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On a study tour in faraway Estonia, veteran Kenyan journalist Wycliffe Muga finds familiar parallels between the Eastern European country’s mythical hero “Kalevipoeg” and “Gor Mahia”, the larger-than-life figure from Luo mythology.
Ahead of a gathering of (grey) heads of state later this month at the first African Union Summit for 2017, Levi Kabwato remembers Mohamed Bouazizi, reflects on the impact of the Arab Spring and considers the shortcomings of the AU and its supposedly youth-focused theme for 2017.South Africa mourns the death of a musical icon and tributes continue to pour in.President Adama Barrow has finally returned from Senegal where he was sworn in as the new leader at The Gambian embassy in Dakar.Many want more from their lives than staying at home and bearing children while they enjoy the comforts their husbands provide for them.Love is no longer enough; women now desire to preserve their space as individuals, in spite of being in a committed relationship.Out of irritation, feeling used and manipulated, and sometimes a false sense of empowerment, women in turn growing more audacious about their sexual endeavours.
Phrases such as ‘do it like a man’ or ‘I don’t need a man’ are becoming dangerously popular among the younger generation.A primary factor was that elders had a stake in deciding on a suitable partner for their child, whereas now, a couple first makes the decision themselves.As for our parents’ generation, too many of them subjected their children to witnessing loveless cohabitation simply for the sake of saving face or ‘for the kids’., young girls were usually married off by the time they were 13 or 14.It was considered a disgrace to their families if they were still unwed by their 25th birthday.To the woman’s relief, her interlocutor, let’s call her Auntie Ama, responded “No.” “Good, because we do not want her kind here,” the woman said.