Visiting the Ubantu Festival – 2015

On a lazy Saturday Afternoon, my sister and I decided to see what the Ubantu Festival was about.  The festival was held in the now familiar Uhuru Gardens along Langata road.  This time however, no cake to eat, just loads of creativity, and wonderful art.  I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. And that’s that… […]

Blog Giveaway – One Ticket to Storymoja Hay Festival 2014

The Storymoja Hay Festival is 7 Days Away..they’re moving very fast, Speeding I tell you…. It’s been an exciting journey on my end.  Going through the program, working with the other interns as we prepare to be part of the festival.  We now have our jobs and know what our roles will be during the […]

My Nairobi, My City : Bright Kyadiva

Mr. Bright Kyadiva is the the Coordinator of Phanicey Charitable Foundation.  An organization  committed to improving lives of the poor and the vulnerable (particularly women and youth) in social, cultural and political settings by creating an enabling environment for their participation in community development. PCF runs different programs in the community, all of them focused […]

My Nairobi, My City : Maureen Kamari

Our first Interview on the My Nairobi, My City goes to someone I know very well.  Her name is Maureen Kamari and she’s the founder and owner of Amari Bakery in Nairobi.  She was born in Nairobi, grew up in the Waithaka/Riruta area.  Her primary education was in Nairobi Primary School, which she remembers fondly […]