Charles nyanchori on KTN

Yes that dude who wrote an excellent piece, fiction of course, about and encounter with a mentally disturbed soldier.
So far he has been approached by publishers and film producers.
@mabenda4 , @Meria Mata, @guka, @Bangaiza Salinga and @ka_buda not forgetting @introvert, @nairobilay and @Uwesmakei, @Ghetto …and majority of fellow villagers here, I believe your narratives standards fall in this category. Just keep writing coz you never know…
Hekaya foreva.
Ahsanteni.

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hiyo piece ni TOPDRAWER

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Vile lazima tufikishe threshold kwa hekaya zetu unaona kaa tunawesmake?

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Huko kuchanganya kwake kwa tamthilia na riwaya katika huo usimulizi wake ulikuwa wa kusisimua. Nilipomaliza kusoma ndipo nilipong’amua kuwa hakikuwa kisa cha ukweli!

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Huwezi jua la kesho. Labda kuna mhariri wa filamu na vitabu kwenye hichi kijiji.

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@ES, you have what it takes…just a bit of polishing and voila, you’re there!

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Sandi sana boss, kesho Niko freere town kukagua mradi

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Kesho navuka ferry. Kuna report inayohitajika by Monday. But even, huwa niko Island. Hizo sides huwa natembea kunyosha miguu.

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wenye hawakuwako wakati wa hiyo hekaya wawekewe rink tafathali

Fixt.

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Huko ni wapi boss?

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Macho safi 24/7!

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Ongea na Mambo Mbotela!

Although slave trade officially ended in 1807, its ugly scars remain in parts of Mombasa.
At Kisimani along the Mombasa-
Malindi highway, is Freretown
settlement, which was established for freed slaves. It is named after Sir Bartle Frere, who played a significant role in ending the trade.
People in Freretown have no tribe; they are all called Freretowners, the descendants of freed slaves. At Kengelini within the area is a huge bell symbolising bells that were rung
to warn people whenever Arab slave ships were sighted.
Among the descendants include
radio personality Leonard Mambo Mbotela and his uncle Walter Mbotela, the late Francis Khamisi father of former Bahari MP Joe Khamisi, Mombasa deputy mayor John Mcharo and Bango music maestro Joseph Ngala.
https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/mobile/article/2000006362/freretown-a-town-without-a-tribe

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Ni hio area Ya sportsclub ama kisimani? Kesho vile nko bila shugli I’ll get a better giriama damsel to walk me thru the place,

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Wueh… I really need to work on my Swahili

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its famed that damsels of free area remain married but still do not live in the matrimonial home. kwao kila saa

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Fiction??? I bought the whole story damnnnn!!!

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Toa huyo kidudu mtu anajiita introvert kwa hio orodha. Bure kabisa.

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Vile huyo jamaa ameiandika inakaa ukweli

Ulipita voi na hilo carol lako?