Through Her Lens
Previously in Njambi & Kagwe’s World… There is nothing like a falling out to remind you that Nairobi can be both a big and small town at the same time. On the bad days, when you’ve g...
Nairobi National Park at Dawn
  Wild cows against the backdrop of Lang’ata housing and UAP Towers. I’m not a big fan of Whatsapp groups, but the photography ones I am in come in handy. A suggestion to visit the park for a...
If in Doubt, Call Mom
Previously in Njambi & Kagwe’s world… Every now and then, in chasing life’s summits, I come upon some loose rocks and find myself on unsure footing. During such times, it’s comfort...
Poetry by Wanjiru: Refining Fires
Feed these fires in me, Fan the flames in the coal. Turn my heart into a furnace. Unshroud the affection I hold for him. Rouse the love that resides there. Smelt it, forge it, refine it. If it is endu...
Melee
Previously in Njambi & Kagwe’s World… Sometimes, life hands you a gift when you’re not looking for anything. You’re just going about your business, worried about the same old things. Am I ...
The Envelope
Previously in Njambi & Kagwe’s world… As told by Kagwe . The gust of wind blowing through the J.K.I.A parking lot feels like that pop and fizz of a beer being opened. I’ve just lande...
Vacay
Previously in Njambi & Kagwe’s world… The smell of gasoline so soon after breakfast makes my stomach roil. We are at a gas station off Waiyaki way filling up for a trip over the long w...
Elementaita: Pink Lake Man Treehouse
Synchronised feeding: the African Spoonbill. A while back, Nature Kenya had organised an overnight camping trip to Aberdares. I’m not a fan of extreme cold but I was ready to try it out. A few days ...
Jezebel
Previously in Njambi & Kagwe’s World… We’re seated in a small ballroom in Kilimani quaffing glasses of box wine before the open bar closes. Nancy and I forked up a ton of cash for th...
Barefoot
Previously in Njambi & Kagwe’s world… Daisy and I are running around in the backyard playing fetch. I was washing the cars when I noticed that her fur was matted, so I turned the hose ...