What a day!
atmosphere, a weather like a blast furnace, you would think someone left the
portals of hell open as hot airs oozed out and swirled around.
As I stood under
the sweltering air waiting to
be attended, my patient snapped, face puffed up with anger, I raised my voice
at the fish seller. “Madam, please hurry up now or do you want me to sleep in
this market?” “Aunty me, a beg no vex I dey come.” With
both hands up in supplication, she appealed to me.
These market women
could be irritating, once they collect your money, they left you standing to
attend to a new customer.
The harshness in my voice and my unsmiling
face made her stopped haggling with the next customer, and with a plea for her
to wait, she took the fish I paid for,
cut it, wrapped it and gave to me with a smile meant to thaw my anger.
I took it and ignored her smile. I didn’t
need it; she had kept me more than necessary under a boiling sun. Once I stowed
the fish i…
For 35 years.he lived an empty life filled with shame and guilt as a result of his condition, coming to terms with the fact he was a hermaphrodite (person with both the male and female sex organs) was too much for Apostle Darlan Rukih Moses to contend with.
When he got married, it was difficult for the wife to come to term with his dual personality initially, however he said his wife has since accepted him the way he is,
The father of three adopted children (with the same condition) says he’s now ready to come out of the closet. Speaking to The Nairobian, Moses says he is proud of being a man and a woman and going public will help create awareness and is advocating against discrimination of people suffering from his condition.
"I underwent a medical examination and the doctors confirmed I have a normal uterus, ovaries and I can bear children,’ he said.
Moses, a gospel musician who even sings Taarab gospel, was born in Bondo where his mother was shocked after the doctors anno…
The author It is really heart-warming seeing a young man striving to excel in every aspect of his life, when someone this young discovers his purpose early in life and follows it through with tangible achievement, the sky is not even the limit.
In this day of social media crush by the youths, a young man has decided to add value to his life and that of others. Not only did he write a book, The force of positive thinking, that will impart and motivate his generation but that the proceedings from the sale of the book would go into assisting other youths in the funding of their education – what a commendable achievement and sacrifice.
This humble, talented and generous young man is Ekere Goodluck Ebimobowei, author of, The force of positive thinking. He is a speaker, writer and a young entrepreneur and an undergraduate, presently studying Business Administration in Covenant University.
About the book:
The force of positive thinking is a book written to inform, impart, reform and transform yo…