The smell of cooking was thick in the air; native soup with ‘okogolo’ and ‘opakipaki’ mixed with the firewood smoke.
I could see the men, young energetic men with their bare bodies....This is the concluding part of the excerpt of my book En
"WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE" The Green Family decides to take time off to go into memory lane to their ancestral home. The story is of love, sadness and joy and, and full of unexpected dangerous twist, Pt.1 an extract of my book 'Enyumu-ama'
I could see the image of my mother paddling across those big rivers, battling against the current and the element as companions; rain, storm and mosquitoes – especially sand flies; these were really very naughty insects, swamping all over you in t
NATION is bigger then a father. I did it for my country. don't call me patriot I haven't any issue but I am not a terrorist either. I am Nathuram Vinayak Godse. When India was partitioned in 1947, there was very much of suffering and confusion....
When you think about Mahatma Gandhi the first thought that comes to your mind is Ahimsa. Mahatma Gandhi was known as the father of the nation and his ideology and hard work earned is the Indian independence. Mahatma is the word given to a revered...
This is the 2nd part of the story, "But he was a a perfect gentleman." I don't know how Loundah will extricate herself from the whirlpool she'd got her self in. Let's see how this will turn out in the next episode. I will see you there.