Be proud of your curves

A number of years ago I was standing in a pub with a friend, having a girly chat and a laugh, when I felt someone tap me on my shoulder. I turned ‘round to be greeted by an extremely drunk lad, whom I would estimate was in his late teens…

The Kenyans are coming

By Angela Ndambuki The UK, a growing market helped a handful of Kenyan artistes stake their name with International performance. In the recent past we have hosted Giddi Giddi- Maji Maji, Nameless, Redsan, Wahu, Prezzo, the former group Sema, Nonini among others. 2016 will see yet another half dozen artiste’s…

Some great women

By Tim Kamuzu Banda As Kenyans in the UK joined hands to raise almost £27,000 for the famine relief fund, there was no failing to recognize the people who went three steps further to give something back to the community. Here are a few. Mabel Mark We decided to call…

Liberia’s first lady

The people of Liberia made history by accepting to choose a woman to their top position making it the first African country to have a female president. Kenyan Society-UK writer Angela Ndambuki visits the world of a woman she lists as one of her heroines even long before she entered…