“Niaje msupa”. We all are familiar with this kind of greeting. It’s only in campus where you encounter men from all walks of life till you begin questioning their morals and perhaps whoever taught them how to tie their shoe laces.
I meant Colleges and university students are huge consumers of drugs. That is between the age brackets of 18-24 years, most of them are in rehab as a result of addiction.
Mary Atieno had a sit down with Buya Mukonzo from Maseno University and had a chat on her leadership, initiative and personal life. Be inspired….
He is the sugar my mum talked about
The saturation in the next roundabout
He gave me that look my mum described
It swept my feet like an easy bribe
A prodigal son gone protocol
I’m not looking for a guy with the nicest smile,dread locks or with the cutest pick up line which has become of most campus dudes. I think they long lost their manhood.
Lots of free time, freedom, lots of handsome guys asking you out, weekend out with girlfriends and so on.
find tips on how to be a ‘Billionaire while still in Campus’ in this read. It is on the record that University can teach you skill and give you opportunity, but it can’t teach you sense, nor give you understanding.
Cynthia Birir talks about her life on Campus and more about the “Wonder Mum Kenya” initiative for Single Mothers on Campus
Introduction of sex and drug abuse talks may reduce the practice of the vices through educating the students about their consequences. This enables them to know what they are getting themselves into.
We all crave for certain social needs. We need someone who long to meet us after that long day walking from lecture hall to lecture hall and keep checking on us every time. Isn’t that sweet?