Matthew 20:28, “…just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Dear reader, I know the title of today’s blog is service and the first paragraph is a Bible reference….but no, we are not having a choir presenting next […]


Fahari IREIT Analysis

Hey there dear reader 😊, I hope you are well. Today’s blog is a little bit different; it’s an analysis I did on the Stanlib Fahari I-REIT listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange. It’s an addition to the blog series on REAL ESTATE INVESTING that I have written in the most recent blogs (you can […]

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Hey there dear reader 😊, It would be a disservice to you if I didn’t at the very least share part two of the real estate blog; as I researched on this topic in the Kenyan context, I came across some formidable companies that do remarkable research. Thus, for this second part, I instead decided […]


Real Estate Investing (I)

When we were young, we would use mud or plasticine to model artificial houses and then destroy them a few seconds later to create other pieces of art; maybe, just maybe, we should have kept on sculpting the beautiful masterpieces and then years later we would have giant homes that we would call our own. […]

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I’m paid to borrow?

Negative interest rates…hmm? The unending corona virus pandemic is affecting economies in grand ways. Stock markets are crashing, central banks are issuing record stimulus to support citizens, a large pool of work force is now unemployed, and this gloomy wave does not seem to be subsiding any time soon. To help prevent a significant financial […]

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Starting to Invest

Hey there dear reader😊, I hope you’ve had a blessed and joyful week! Welcome to today’s blog topic on investing in government bonds, specifically, M-akiba. Shout out to my friend Rachael for suggesting this particular topic😊. One of the many questions my classmates and I will receive from our friends is how to start investing […]

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“Write 1,000 words every day. At the beginning, you’ll write them for practice and to better your craft. With time, you would have gotten so good at the craft that you’ll write 1,000 words everyday, for publish.” – Bett A friend of mine, Bett, shared with me the above advice on writing. It’s been a […]


Sweet Old Days👵👴

Your mind closes window to any distractions as he speaks, his raspy voice filling this very moment with silence, deafening silence i must say. In fact, every one at the dinner table is glued to the TV set as this man, 94 years of age, speaks to the audience at that fund raising event. It’s […]

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Hey there dear reader😊, You’ve always wanted to buy that dream house that gives you a breathtaking view of your children playing chako chako from the balcony, with a sizeable parking area for your spouse’s car, your car, the family car and the visitor’s car. You do your research and observe that the price of […]

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Hey there dear reader!😃 The sweet sour habit of us Kenyans yearning for the last minute adrenaline is a trait that unites us all. Actually, nothing accurately describes a majority of us Kenyans than the words, “tutafanya tu kesho”. Assignments, “tutafanya tu kesho”, washing the re-used utensils (bachelors and bachelorettes), “kesho asubuhi ntaziosha”…important things we […]