Kisasi Hapana! – Ken Walibora
Kisasi Hapana! 8a ni kitabu kinacholenga wanafunzi wa Darasa la Nane katika shule za .msingi ili kuendeleza na kukuza uwezo wao wa kusoma.
*Miongoni mwa sifa za kipekee za kitabu hiki ni: masimulizi rahisi kwa njia ya barua ya kirafiki, utambaji hadithi, hadithi ndani ya hadithi na usimulizi kwa nafsi ya kwanza umoja.
*kuingiza ucheshi katika maandishi kupitia masimulizi, dayolojia, misemo, methali, taharuki, tashbihi, takriri, kejeli, chuku, tanakali za sauti, maswali ya balagha, taswira na picha za rangi zenye kusisimua.
Dear friend… this is for you!
What really happened to the days when friendship was real and true? When friends once cared about one’s ongoing academically, morally, socially, physically… lly? The list is always endless. Is it me who changed? I have always asked myself and if my change was so radical and spontaneous, then why wasn’t I corrected? Why do we have to let this change drive a whole consequence to a wacky end?
Spare me the crap! If it is for the so called ‘relations’ the last time I checked you read a book of that caliber — self-confidence — but seems your style has changed from ‘Think Big’ to ‘300 Things a Girl Should Know About Boys.’ Continue reading
– Former MP Joe Khamisi has authored a thought-provoking book entitled, The Politics of Betrayal in Kenya, aimed at‘exposing the rot in the Kenya political system’. The book illustrates how the electorate has been betrayed their political ‘leaders’.
It mainly centres on the politically shaky period between 2001 and 2008 and particularly on president Kibaki’s first term in office (when the author was himself a member of parliament). It also delves into historical happenings like President Moi’s rule (1978-2002) mentions instances of gov’t repression and grand corruption. Continue reading
The Green Cross of Kafira By Francis D. Imbuga
The Green Cross of Kafira, published posthumously by Bookmark Africa, is the last in a trilogy of Kafira plays that started with Betrayal in the City (1975), followed by Man of Kafira, first staged in 1979.
When the play opens, they are on a spying mission that is supposed to be so covert, it must be carried out in the absence of their personal assistants, drivers and even bodyguards. Continue reading
Prof Ken Walibora
The American dream – being independent and sufficient to be able to do and acheive success in whatever you had set out to do.
America ni mambo yote, most of the people come here talking how it’s hard but they never leave. If you think of all those kdf, police, robbery, corruption, politicians and all that dust in our roads.
Ngozi Ngumo2 Continue reading
Riwaya ya Mkakasi – Geoffrey Mung’ou
Riwaya ya Mkakasi ni Riwaya inayozua hoja tofauti tofauti na kurejelea maudhui si haba k.v Migomo katika vyuo vikuu, virusi vya ukimwi, migogoro, elimu na kadhalika. Continue reading
Riwaya ya Kidagaa Kimemwozea
”. . . kilikuwa kitabu chenye jalada jeusi iliyorembwa kwa picha ya mwanamwali mmoja mzuri aliyekuwa akidondoka machozi.. . riwaya hii ni ya aina yake,inathibitisha kwa usanii wa kupigiwa mfano jinsi ndoto ya uhuru barani Afrika imegeuka kuwa jinamizi.jinamizi inayowafanya wazalendo kulia, ‘kidagaa kimetuozea‘kwa kutamaushwa na usaliti wa viongozi wa baada ya uhuru. . . “
hapa twafahamu kuwa kidagaa kilichooza kiliwaozea wananchi wanyonge haswa,kwa kupitia wahusika kama vile AMANI,IMANI,UHURU WEYE DJ NK….
The story is told using a journey motif of two characters, Imani and Amani. The two leave their homes and set out for Sokomoko town to look for jobs so as to earn a decent living.
However, during their journey, they come across River Kiberenge whose water is avoided by the natives of that region like a plague because they associate it with death. Amani and Imani defy all the odds and decide to partake of the water.
River Kiberenge provides the author with another kernel to continue narrating the story. Using this kernel, the reader learns that it is only those who drink from the river that are able to pursue the liberation struggle.
This comes to pass because, once in Sokomoko Imani and Amani get menial jobs where they work for two brothers – Nasaba Bora and Majisifu who are both oppressors. Continue reading