The Boss (part 1)

Frankie couldn’t wait to reach at his house. They had agreed that morning that she would go there straight after finishing with her Sunday service. Following the location he sent her few minutes passed and she was at the gate.

“Am here. Where next?” She said into her mobile phone.

“I can see you. Come straight up I’ll be waiting by the door way. You’ll see me.” The voice answered.

Walking slowly through the stair wall she reached house 10D and he was at the door as he had said. They embraced for a few minutes neither of them wanting to let go.He had only a robe on and she could feel his manhood growing pushing against the robe.

“You smell so nice yet you are naked.”

“Ha ha, I have this on” he said gesturing to the robe. 

“Am sorry” she said curtly burrying her face into her hands. 

“Come on take a seat anywhere you want to” ushering her into the living room. 

“So how have you been its been a minute.”

“Great, I travelled a lot in this short vacation I had. You should give me more of that. ” 

“We’ll see about that.”

“Forgive my manners.What do you want to drink? I have water, milk and some soft drink.”

“Water will do just fine.” 

He disappeared into the next room and she presumed that to be the kitchen. She stared at the ceiling thinking if it can figure out what she’s thinking and expecting. Her parents brought her up well and if they even had a hint that she was seeing his boss who was not only his senior but also so many years apart from what they expected, they will be mortified, but she didn’t think of this much as most of what was on her mind was what she felt at the door, their previous conversations and what she wanted most, feeling him. First day at work with Nancy her coworker who was giving her a tour around the place, she warned her of seeing The boss claiming he is a womanizer and leaves after sighting a new younger female at work, not the best option. But this attracted her more, she liked challenges and proving herself. The next few weeks at work she spent most of it not balancing sheets but rather creating ways for the boss to notice her. She even camped at his corridor once what a sorcerer ­čÖé

Footsteps approaching drew her from her thoughts and she smiled at this man who has been the centre of her thoughts for a while now. “Here you go”

“Thanks” she said picking the glass of water. 

“What were you thinking about, you seemed really busy building something in your mind Miss. Toll” He liked calling people by their second name to remind them he still had all the powers.

“Work mostly’ she lied.

” C’mon relax a little bit. Its your free day, we’ll worry about that tomorrow. ”

“Okay sir” 

“Please, don’t call me that here, you seem so official.’

” am sorry” she said. 

“Can I get you something, a T-shirt or a robe too? Maybe that will loosen you up a bit. Or let me just check what I have.” 

He disappeared again.

Few minutes passed and he was back with a white cotton T-shirt.

“Go on Darling, be free.”

That name took her by a surprise. She didn’t expect this from him. Or was he just saying that to let her remove her clothes? She wondered. Either way it was working so well for her. She removed her tight White dress and set it by the couch’s hand. She then picked the T-shirt but saw him looking at her matching underwear and knew it meant she remove them but she ignored this and still went on to wear the T-shirt on top of them. She took a seat and looked at him. He seemed impressed seeing her body, after all, the curves were visible even with her clothes on but without she looked magical, his eyes seemed to say.

“Come sit next to me, am gonna be cold soon, you just made me remove my dress”

“With all pleasure my Darling.” There was that name a gain this time sounding so sincere. 

He sat next to her and drew her to his chest covering her legs with the extra robe.

“I hope that’s better.”

“This is perfect.” She replied. “I’ve wanted this for so long I must confess, from the day I first started working in your company.

“Why didn’t you say something. You should have.”

“I tried a few times in my head but failed when I saw you. Being away made it easier… 


The way to graduation

Dennis K. Kazungu

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Being in the university is everyone’s dream. The four-year journey is filled up with a lot of stuff. Sometimes the monotonous academic routine is breaked by fun activities which gives the undergraduate an opportunity to refresh their mind. the lecture business is usually not so intense during the first academic year but keeps on increasing.

With different students in the campus, you will across all manners of sayings, behaviors and habits. In the pursuit of their respective degrees, students have coined a Swahili saying that ‘degree ni harambee’ loosely translated to a degree comes with cooperation. You will also learn and hear crazy slogans and translations of various famous abbreviations. Students especially those doing science courses will joke that the students doing Bachelor of Arts(BA) are doing Bachelor of Anything.

During the graduation day, everything goes on as planned unless the unexpected happen. It is not surprising to find a class that admitted 256 students having 112 only receiving their degrees. After graduation, the new graduands  normally are accompanied by their family and friends to have fun and celebrate their academic achievement in chosen places.

Take Of Youths In Kenya.

Koech Aldrin

Over years in Kenya especially towards election times, youths seems to be used as tools of mass destruction in that at times they end up in the cells for claims of destructing rallies. According to Onyango Collins, a political science student at the Nairobi University, the main cause of this is unemployment whereby youths have no other sources of income and can accept even a minimal amount given to them to destruct rallies and cause chaos.

It is high time for the Kenyan youths to be independent minded especially during the period whereby Kenya is headed towards the 2017 general election and open their minds not to be lied to in order to prove wrong the take already imposed on them.


Vote Wisely!

Koech Aldrin

poster-finalViolence is as a result of many issues. selection or rather election of leaders who do not lead in a manner expected by the citizens is one of them. Leaders who do not care for the public’s interests and rather concerned about themselves.

Over the past general elections in Kenya, violence have been a factor that have caused many citizens not to feel at home. During these elections, many flee away to seek refuge and security elsewhere yet there is the constitution that provides for everybody who is a Kenyan citizen to enjoy the stay anywhere in the country. Violence makes other people feel that there are those who own the country other than them.

This can only be changed if every Kenyan be it a man or a woman, youth or old, turns out in the 2017 general election and says NO to violence by voting wisely.


USA’s Ironical Elections

Koech Aldrin

United States of America on November decided on who to take the top most precious seat in the world to become the 45th President of the super-power; an election that was termed by most of the world’s leaders as ironical.

Earlier, polls had it that the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was far much ahead of her Republican Counterpart but Tuesday November 8th proved the polls wrong by the announcing of the estate mogul Donald J Trump as the 45th US president. This situation has brought unrest among the many Hillary’s supporters across America not forgetting the foreigners residing illegally┬áin the US which the newly elected president Donald Trump strongly condemn.

US beneficiaries also are not an exception as over his campaigns, Trump strongly stood on the point of cutting off some aids across the world as a way of reviving and further improving the US’s economy.

Over his campaign period, Donald J Trump strongly stood as the People’s president and promised to rule in favor of all the Americans despite his commanding nature and looks strongly criticized by many. His promise to defeat ISIS over the campaign period was brought to record on November after his election as he strongly believed that he will beat his counterpart and protect the sovereignty of the United States.

His victory on the  November 8th posted a challenge to the rest of the world and passed a great irony to many leaders who were prepared to welcome Mrs 45th US President; Hillary Clinton.

Expectations after studies

Dennis K. Kazungu


It is every undergraduate’s expectation to get employed in the field they studied for once the graduate from the university.

Eric Mbaruk, a Diploma in Journalism student at Zetech University College talks to me about about his anticipations once he is done with his studies.

“I expect to get employed in the media industry just like any other graduate would do”. Many students are often optimistic about getting employment in the job market. This forces me to enquire from Mbaruk about how he views his probability of getting into the market soon after his graduation. “It won’t be easy but I believe i have the credentials to be put into considerations by media houses employers”.

He goes on to agree that the field has witnessed recent laying off of workers like the recent retrenchment of journalists by Royal Media Services. “There many challenges. We recently had journalists retrenched from Citizen”

Mbaruk completes the interview with me by telling saying that what he fears most i to be fired.”If there is something I fear most, it is to be fired”.

Campus connect

Dennis K. Kazungu kazz

Campus connect is a joint end of year entertainment event between the students of Multimedia University of Kenya and Catholic University of East Africa.

The two campuses geographically close to each other have decided to organise a joint bash that will see attendees closing the year in style. The common place of the event will be Park Place grounds. The event scheduled to happen on Friday 2nd December 2016 will be graced by performances from Kenyan hip hop act Octopizzo and hitmaker Timmy TDat. Radio Citizen’s Mzazi Willy M. Tuva will emcee the event. Advance tickets are going for Ksh. 300 each while at the gate a ticket goes for Ksh. 500.

The entertainment secretaries of the two institutions have come together to give ‘comrades’ an end of year ‘throw’ as they wind up their September-December semester.