You may not have been single all your life and we all need love but I realized there comes certain advantages that comes with not having a lover. Look at the reasons below and tell me if am right.

1. You can sleep well.

2.You can save time and money.

3. No worries about how you look.

4.No miss calls in the midnight.

5.No need to recharge more than twice a day.

we all need someone.

6. You can talk to all boys/girls.

7. You can eat well.

8. No scoldings from parents/guardians.

9. Can eat in any restaurant.

10. You can visit any body.

11. Can pick any call, any time without being

12. Don’t worry about missed calls.

13. You can do whatever u want.

14. You don’t need to displease yourself to
please anyone.

Remember we all need someone to love and affection. And I know you have kept some hope to somebody. Relax take it easy and be the judge. 



A real woman is a treasure if treated right. When you take care of something good, that something
good takes care of you.

A real woman adds value to everything in your
life. She turns good into great, she inspires

A real woman is a teacher. She isn’t perfect,
she’s just worth the effort. Even her flaws will
inspire you to love her more.

A real woman is incomparable. Few things are
more valuable in this world than the love of a
loyal woman.

A real woman balances things out. She knows
when to push, when to pull, or when to just pray.

A real woman understands that patience is a
virtue. She won’t rush things, she appreciates
when things happen naturally.

A real woman will challenge you. She won’t
settle for anything but yourself and she’ll prove
that’s what she deserves.

A real woman won’t distract you from your
dreams, she’ll inspire you to be more determined
to reach them.


A real woman isn’t concerned with the
unnecessary, she only addresses what matters.
Her focus keeps you focused.

A real woman believes in balance. Her heart will
build you up and her words will keep you humble.
She’s a true friend….
Don’t Forget To Share With Your Lovelace.

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The CityGirl Uncovered.

By Nicholas Maingi

Getting the right girl is always determined by your ability to read and analyze them. Girls, I have come to realize are very  complicated creatures who just like finer things in life, to be  loved and have a strong sense of fashion. Today I will teach you how to profile a citygirl, right from the shoe she wears, to how she talks, and even where you can find her.

The Straight From Shags Girls: This are types of girls are very humble, innocent, naive, naturally beautiful  and sometimes ‘pure’. They wear no make ups and nor shoes and can embarrass you once in a while  (sorry for the truth). They are very simple the maximum money they can ask from you is just 50bob which you can guess the use and some few ngumu and dusura (famous snacks in shags) And nothing less than that. You will them in the outcast of those rural places that you have no idea of.

The City-Shag girl: This ones are pretenders, they try to chip in the city life and compete with citygirl but she comes from those only God places judging from her look that she has uneven skin tone because she does not know which make up to  use and also her body shes looks like a punching bag because she is trying a dress she saw worn by size eight and thought she looked the same.She is very aggressive and nagging and asks for too much to keep up the trend which she can never make. I don’t have much for her.

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The GhettoGirl: A ghetto girl is understanding. She knows almost about everything and every situation in life.She wears cheap plastics shoes and some tops from Gikomba market but still looks good. She massages your ego.She is respectful but when you close her line you will see fire! She only ask when  there is need be. You will find her relaxing at her hood in those congested gated communities I will not name.

The Real CityGirl: A city girl is so proud.I don’t understand why most of them have a light skin with cute faces painted with make ups and  coca cola body shape. They wore expensive tight transparent skirts and dresses. Most of them are social media big-wins and hashtag princess with a complicated lifestyle. They also have sponsors and several boyfriends so if they ask you for something and you don’t have it they go to the next. She loves to party and takes beer and smoking  shisha. She also talks in an unknown ascent and you will find her whining along  the few known estates.Be the judge.


What To Do When Caught By a Kenyan police.

It is about 1:09 am as I write this. Few minutes out from Industrial area police station after an hour of arguing with drunk prison guards who thinks knows it all but they didn’t knew who they are dealing with. How can you arrest someone just because you don’t speak Swahili… I think we are over those days when you would run away after seeing an AP.

Some of this vices we saw in the 80’s should end. They think we still don’t know our rights yet? But well  I found something that can help you to deal with the situation without calling a lawyer.

  1. When you are in one of those “talks” make sure that you don’t look scared, humiliated, regretful, or intimidated. Instead, try to keep your head up. When asked a question, turn away from what you’re looking at (if you’re not looking at the person already) as though you’re reluctant to look at the person’s face. Not a “I’m scared of talking to you” reluctance but a “your face is not worth looking at” reluctance. Answer the question firmly, no “ums” or “uh…”. Don’t let your voice crack or shake, and keep your body firm. If you can’t, then simply explain why you did what you did.
  2. If you get off the hook with just a suspension or grounding, don’t take it further. Taking it further is not fun. Take it far enough for your respect to be questioned, but not for your sanity or mental health to be uncertain. If you are expelled or your parents disown you, you are screwed.

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  3. Do not resort to violence. Most police officers will respond harshly to this. You might think that police are not allowed to hurt you if you ran away because you are innocent, but this is not the case. It is often best just to come clean with the police when you have been caught in the act or on tape.

If you did something that has you going to court or trial, for your own sake do not follow this article; it will ruin you.

  • Don’t do stuff you absolutely know is wrong in the first place.
  • Do not blame it on someone else. Being cool is different from being a spineless coward.
  • Don’t overdo it. If someone talks to you and you look over at them with a slight shake of the head, that’s overdoing it.
  • Read the whole article from top to bottom before following through.


  • Try not to exaggerate, this looks really bad if the other person has access to proof or already knows exactly what happened.
  • If you have an excuse that is liable, logical and true, use it. Don’t say something like, “My dog …” or “The wind…” These kinds of excuses are overlooked.
  • If you’re normally the cute, innocent, or naive type this is something you should gradually slip into. Do not dive right in.
  • Don’t use foul language– It could get you into more trouble
  • Do not lie. However, you can sometimes use pieces of the truth to help you. As long as everything you say is technically true, usually people cannot beat you.

Things You’ll Need

  • Confidence
  • Courage
  • Determination
  • A straight face
  • And that is how I managed to get out thanks to Wikipedia.


Dear Future Girlfriend…an article to my future girlfriend.

By Nicholas Maingi

Dear Future girlfriend if you want to get along with a journalist, a blogger and all that stuff here are few things you might want to keep in mind.

You may not like my articles, but just pretend to read along. I will write some articles how beautiful I think you are and when I am in the studio please stop blowing my phone and so many please call me. Give me some room and I will be home very soon.

I love when you are part of my audience, recording a reality TV show and I  see you seated at the very third raw but after the show you see me talking to this chiq not because I’m a player but it is because I just trying to create some fans and followers on my website and social media as well as they support me in my work so don’t overreact am not getting their pants, we shall go home together.

If you can get over the past that am always busy and going places, our chats will never be boring and I can serenade you every night and watch our favorite series I guess Empire 9… and keep up with my horror movies.


just hoping she looks like this.


There you will get a lot of backstage passes because of me but I promise you one day you will meet my mentor Johnson Mwakazi. I swear I am moving up, but when it is getting rough there will be a time when I think my articles don’t make sense just tell me you are my biggest fan and you might need to hold my hand.

I know some day I will be cashing in some dollars but if that is what you are after darling, it is probably best ujikate  (you move along). This article can be of help to those want to date people like us but you should reconsider if you are out of your mind.

Dear, if you can ignore my job description I can still be home and cook you dinner every once in a while. You might get bored of me talking to myself while trying to compose something in my mind but I can get down one knee and give you flowers or maybe chocolates a dozen roses.

If you are not sick of my voice yet dear, I know am not perfect but I know how to treat you right whoa! Lastly honey I might not have a trust fund at Faulu Bank or an investment at Murata Sacco but I swear I will always keep you warm at night plus I write love poems for a living that means am so romantic as…




 By Nicholas Maingi


I am writing this after three days ago when I passed by a nursery school in South B and heard the teacher teaching out loud, “There are seven days in a week…Monday…Tuesday…Wednesday…Thursday…Friday…Saturday and SUNDAY!!!” And the melody and innocent rhythm would continue in an undefined pattern. The teacher would gradually coax each one of them according to their pronunciation of the days.

What confounded me is not the energy in those little angels but the naivety in them. This did not only took me back in the days when i was in Child Welfare but made me think what will my children’s generation tempo will be like if not like those of Dufla or King kaka, only God knows.

I am speculating that everybody or most of the people including our digital children roughly knows what every single day of the week means but if you are still in the analogue system which is obsolete am going strike-through them very fast.

Photo courtesy of Irene Mwaragu

Man Crush Monday

Hip-Hop Tuesday

Woman Crush Wednesday

Throw Back Thursday

Members Day Friday

Going Out Saturday

Thanks Giving Sunday

There you have it folks, my only worry is if our children will grow up with this kind of information where will they be heading? Keep your answer. Would you like see your child posting different his or her WCW or MCM in either case in their social media? That one I need an answer. Do we need a solution, yes we do. Where do we find a solution to curb this phenomena…I have some few.

First you have to keep all the smartphones away from your child before the age of 18.

Second, remind your child of your old memories and how you were taught in those days.

Take time your time to teach your own child, don’t leave all the parenting to the teacher.

If you have to bought your child a phone make sure it does not access to the internet or a qwerty keypad

Am not saying that the new rap of the week is bad but my idea is to try and minimize the level of immorality in our future children. Am not dedicating article to our parents but those parents who were born in the nineties, so do me a favor please. Think about it.