Ice Ornaments

Natural beauty. Very rare in my area thanks to photographers like you I have the opportunity to see it. Advertisements

Kenyan voters support women

Contrary to the belief that Kenyan women do not perform well in political elections, the reality is that if they make it through the party primaries they have as a good a chance of being elected to political leadership positions as their male counterparts. It is true that fewer women were elected to parliament this…

Beautiful Maasai ladies

I had a chance to visit Enkorika, Kajiado and I was amazed by the beautiful colours of Maasai .So I fixed myself in between these beautiful ladies and walaaa! I look like them.

Rainy spiderweb

Originally posted on Matt on Not-WordPress:
Beautiful little things that brighten our lives good job Matt I love all your posts. Matt on Not-WordPress View original post

The Only Constant in India is Constancy

Originally posted on Brave New Cities:
People’s attitudes towards change and technology in India are revealing. I was looking at old street scenes of Delhi: I was struck by how the streetscape looks almost the same as in most Indian cities today, except people are dressed differently. So not much ever changes in India except fashion. Which…

Ticking time bomb in Kibera slum

A section of Kibera slum in Nairobi. Below: A boy who cannot come out of the compound because he fears touching the gate as he might be electrocuted. Pictures: Stephane Perrier It is early afternoon and everyone is busy trying to make money in Gatwekera, a part of Kibera slums except for Rose Omollo who…

Museveni must respect Kenyans

I respect African presidents but I think President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda is living in a fallacy. Clearly he does not understand Kenyan politics and maybe his opinion does not even count. But wait a minute, I’m disturbed by the fact that he chose to criticize ICC in my motherland within the boundaries of my…

Himba boy’s swag. The hairstyle indicates that he is single.

The Himba (singular: Omuhimba, plural: Ovahimba) are indigenous peoples of about 20,000 to 50,000 people living in northern Namibia, in the Kunene region (formerly Kaokoland) and on the other side of the Kunene River in Angola. There are also few groups left of the Ovatwa, which also belong to the Himba people, but are hunters and…

Homosexuality is a reality the problem is how to handle it

Many Africans countries Kenya included have not come to terms with homosexuality. Some traditions consider it a curse; against their culture. Religious leaders are also saying it is against Gods will for mankind.  Kenya is one of the countries that boast of being religious with approximately 80% Christians and other religions. The religious leaders have…