The surprise I had when I first heard ‘boy child’ is as equal as when a friend mentioned ‘slay queen’.
Had been narrating to a brother about a pretty, bubbly and short daughter of Kenya I had met; girl so fine had me contemplating how I’d embark on ruining her life with nothings like
“Heading to work, mko na jam kwenu?”,
“Goodnight 🙁 umelala?”
The video footage of two, young suspected gangsters in Eastleigh being shot dead in broad daylight has sparked, or rather, sparked huge debate on the state of insecurity in Kenya and the rising number of extra-judicial killings.
It’s often said that blood is thicker than water. What about political allegiance? Is that the substance that transcends the value of blood? That at times drives all rationality and humanity from some of us? Does its value exceed that of a life, or lives for that matter? I am going to tell you a fictional story based on some events that happened about 10 years ago.
“Okay, in groups of three I want you to identify a social issue and come up with an idea of how to solve it. The group that wins will be given access to our vast knowledge of leadership experience and tools.”
We’ve all come across numerous “Top 100 resources for startups”-type posts at least once as we Google our way to entrepreneurial success.
The other day I came across the NativeScript framework.
NativeScript enables developers to build native apps for iOS, Android and Windows Universal while sharing the application code across the platforms. When building the application UI, developers use our libraries, which abstract the differences between the native platforms.
I have tried out and it’s quite nice.
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