Friday, May 31, 2013

How Relevant Is Swahili??

When speakers of English, particularly native speakers, refer to English as a global language, they often do so with a sense of pride and comfort. They do so because there is a lot of encouragement from political circles as well as the media that expresses the idea that English is the preferred communication tool across national boundaries. Let me also point out that not all native speakers of English are thrilled with the idea of making English a universal (global) language. Their main concern is the loss of the cherished English cultural

There is no doubt that Kiswahili has gained ground as a language of choice by millions of people in East Africa and its neighbors. It has been transported to different parts of Africa and the West due to migration, both voluntary and as a consequence of ethnic wars, including the fight against colonialism and apartheid. Refugees from neighboring countries learn Kiswahili during their short stay in Kenya or Tanzania and keep the language when they finally immigrate to England, the United States, or other western countries. This is evident in the increase in demand for Kiswahili translators for agencies like the American based Language Line Incorporated and Pacific Interpreters Inc. that offer services to law enforcement, hospitals, legal services, immigration services, airline companies, and schools.

Those who have had the opportunity to travel to East Africa recently would agree with me that Swahili hip-hop is gaining much popularity among the young people. That global dimension of hip-hop plays a role in attracting non-Swahili speakers to the lyrics and the associated performances even when the language used is not fully understood. Hip-hop offers a new avenue for learning the language through soft emersion and away to share indigenous knowledge and cultural values that are not easily accessible through print media. The attraction of Kiswahili hip-hop music to non-native speakers of Kiswahili is evident in the number of foreigners, particularly students and tourists, who buy hip-hop CDs and audio cassettes of this music and their keen interest in learning both the lyrics and the accompanying dance moves. The poetic nature of the lyrics makes it relatively easy for Kiswahili learners to learn the language and the dance moves. Interest in attaining fluency and high proficiency levels of the language also seems to be on the rise both at institutions in the West and at language centers in both Kenya and Tanzania. Such example demonstrate that Kiswahili is attaining a prominent status.

Kiswahili shares some similarities with English in its effect of enhancing social interaction between different groups, breaking down ethnic loyalties and identities. People from different groups intermingle with ease creating a decline in ethnic customs. This, however, does not mean that these groups have abandoned their core cultures. Like in the case of today’s English speakers, members of an ethnic group do organize themselves to meet their ethnic socialization needs, an aspect that explains the acceptability of different varieties that reflect the ethnic background of the speaker. In such interactions (includes wedding rituals, burial rituals, and other community festivities), ethnic languages are used interchangeably with Kiswahili, perpetuating code switching and code-mixing (Scotton1979). Scholars should not take part in undermining the power of Kiswahili. When a language is trivialized, its power is also diminished. We should not allow a global language to be trivialized by inaccuracies that are correctable by scholars who maintain an activist role in  promoting and perfecting a language. English, French, German, or other global language users do not trivialization their language. Kiswahili users should likewise take an active role in protecting and promoting it as accurately as possible. Using the word ‘possible’ here allows us to draw a distinction between standard and colloquial Kiswahili. A non-standard use of the language is acceptable while an inaccurate use of the language should be discouraged


 Olaoba F. Arasanyin
and Michael A. Pemberton

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Big Brother Africa Vs My Good African Culture

Big Brother Africa is a reality television show created by John de Mol. The show is all about a group of persons from different countries of Africa living together in a large house,isolated from the outside world and continuously monitored by television cameras. As the name implies,"Big Brother Africa" was suppose to portray and preserve African "Culture and Heritage". But, ironically,the show is now used for sexual immorality, unnecessary mimicking of western culture, indecent dressing and for pretense purposes among others. The contestants are not in any way, showing respect for African culture and tradition.

In Big Brother Africa, no African culture is allowed in the house. Whenever the African culture is portrayed, it is linked with the catastrophe of HIV/AIDS, war and violence. our local dialects are not recognized, they are regarded as non-official languages and therefore not worth to be used in the house. Immorality in big brother Africa is at it peak, the African culture is exploited and taken for granted. the big brother Africa show is of no value to the African culture because each season the African woman losses her pride and respect in the reality show.There, in the big brother Africa, they only imitate the western world.

The Show has preserved the Western culture than the African tradition. The mode of dressing, their food, even their conversations portray more of the Western culture. For instance, it is unafrican to go all nude in public, engage in immoral acts with the opposite sex without a formal marital rites.

The reality show attracts a lot of criticism all over African for not showing positive values to younger people.The organizers are not interested in morals and values. BBA in recent times looks like a terrible experiment in on air pornography with the girls behaving like sex starved animals in a zoo and the men like bunch of barracudas with uncontrollable third legs

Wole Soyinka, according to a Nigerian newspaper, called the show ‘banal, lacking anything to offer to the continent’ (Daily Independent,21 July 2003). Nigeria, he noted in a widely reported speech, would do just as well to put on its own reality television show: ‘All we need is just get some prostitutes on the streets and lunatics. They will go naked for nothing’(International Herald Tribune, 10 September 2003). Personally, he added, he would prefer to watch the crude productions of the Nigerian video industry than Big Brother Africa……."

 In another development, Kenyan political scientist Stephen Ndegwa, a Senior Public Sector Governance Specialist with the World Bank and a mainstream democratic theorist, shared Soyinka’s disdain for the programme. He asked in an opinion article published by the Daily Nation (Nairobi) cited in Sean Jacobs (2007, pg. 856):

 Why are we so fast in accepting trash provided it comes from the West? Why are we not as aggressive in promoting our own lifestyles and values to the outside world? I support the leaders of Malawi and Namibia, and the religious community in Uganda for censoring the Big Brother Africa reality TV show. What do our children learn from this show apart from watching housemates bathing in the nude and throwing up after hours of indulgence?  To this end, the fact stands that the Big Brother Africa reality television show is not helping to promote African culture.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Finally!! I Have Watched Fast & Furious 6

Well, I know i am probably among the last movie enthusiast to watch Fast & Furious 6...down here we have only two movie cinemas..mmh you can see where i am coming from...Plus, It took me awhile to get a proper date...Tell me, whats the sense of watching a movie which will push your adrenaline limits without a hot chick besides you??

So, I am pretty sure this is best movie in Fast And The Furious series. Best in all 6 movies. Like always movie goes on series of events, whose solution could only be fast cars and action. Laws of physics do not apply to Fast Movies, because following laws of physics is something Hollywood has given responsibility to Christopher Nolan. The "Fast and Furious" is one of those surprisingly long lasting pulp B- series that alongside "Underworld" "Resident Evil", "Mission Impossible" and "Scary Movie" are now into their second decade and umpteenth installment.  

This is one of those rare occasions when a franchise goes from being okay to being absolutely awesome. 12 years ago, I would have never expected this series to make it this far and not only that, to evolve into what it is today. Furious 6 does not pretend to be anything else but a high octane summer action movie and it does it better than any other movie this year so far.

I haven't always had a love affair with the F&F series. I thought the first one was pretty dumb, hated the second, and never saw the third. The fourth drew me in - I rented it at some point and found it really entertaining. Then, they brought in The Rock for the fifth, and I knew I had to see it. Justin Lin made a near perfect action movie with Fast Five, including one of the best action movie sequences (as unbelievable as it may be) of all time with the safe steal. That really heightened my expectations for Fast & Furious 6.

This is a very you-get-what-you-paid for film, as it doesn't quite take the franchise to the next level, but maintains delivering what you've come to expect out of these films. The beautiful women will be here, as well as the buff men, the tough-as-nails action, the beautiful cars, the good soundtrack, and a pace that matches that of a car---once the engines are running it truly takes off. While there is no evolution, there is plenty of entertainment to go around for everybody willing to watch.

And do stay tuned for the credits. Just when you think that eventual next installment might be overkill, you will leave the theater excited.




A fact about tattoos that you might not have been aware of while you were getting yours done is that the tattoo machine punctured your skin anywhere from 50-3,000 times per minute! One solid needle is pricking your skin while depositing an insoluble ink in your skin with every perforation. It sounds painful and I'm sure it all depends on where you're getting it done but I've been told it's a relaxing experience to some!


This next tattoo fact tells us that when we look at a person's tattoo, it appears as if it's on the outermost layer of skin or the epidermis. Looks can be deceiving because the ink is actually in the dermis or second layer of skin. You would never think the tattoo is underneath a layer of skin because the colors are so vibrant but this is also the same reason why tattoos are so hard to remove.


Ready for some tattoo trivia? The tattoo machines used today were invented in what year and remain rather unchanged for the most part? Give up? The first tattoo machine was invented in the late 1800s by Samuel O'Reilly and was based on an engraving machine by Thomas Edison. You can be pretty confident in the machinery if it's lasted the test of time!


Even though pain is nothing fun, this list of tattoo facts wouldn't be complete without mentioning pain. If you have a tattoo that was pretty pain-free and you're itching to get another, there are some things to keep in mind before you commit. The skill of the tattoo artist and location of the tattoo both make huge differences in the level of pain you will feel. So when you're planning your next piece of body art, the most important thing is to find a good tattoo artist. Find one by recommendations, watching them work and looking at their portfolio!


Another one of the facts about tattoos you might want to remember is that a tat can be your key to discounted food! The next time you're in the Ohio area, look for one of the four Melt Bar & Grilled locations and get a tattoo with the Melt logo for 25% off any purchase for life! Melt specializes in gourmet grilled cheese sammies, so if you're serious about getting your grilled cheese fixes and you don't mind bearing a logo on ya, go for it!


A really cool fact about tattoos is that they were once used to transport secret messages across enemy lines during times of war. Histiaeus of Miletus was being held against his will, so he shaved a slave's head and tattooed it with a secret message telling his son-in-law Aristagorus to start a rebellion. I doubt that even today anyone would think to shave someone's head and tattoo a top secret memo there! Now that's thinking outside the box!


The last fact about tattoos is about tattoo removal. Removing a tattoo can cost much more than getting the tattoo itself, so make sure it's something you can live with. In addition to having to shell out money, removing a tattoo takes time. Since you'll go through multiple sessions of laser treatment, which are usually short but must be done over a period of time, it's no easy fix and can be quite painful. Make sure you think long and hard before you tattoo your lover's name or even a grilled cheese sandwich on yourself!

YOLO is for Fools!!


Note:The above heading is not to provoke anybody,am trying to express my feelings for the so called YOLO community..

I wasn't much aware of the abridged term YOLO,until it was popularized by the 2011 song "The Motto" by Canadian rapper Drake.YOLO is an acronym for "you only live once"..this term is much used by youth this days implying that one should enjoy life, even if that entails taking risks..

YOLO is an acronym that managed to pick many allies in youth culture,almost every youth uses it in social networks and it is among the common hash tag used ,the nutshell word has then invaded fashion and its properly  used in merchandise worn by teenagers such as hats and t-shirts..

Why lie the acronym has managed to cause million of disasters,the YOLO attitude has slaughtered many youngsters,pretending they careless ,they party all night ,unsafe sex and heavy drugs taking..we have all seen what YOLO attitude can get you to...The word has been criticized for its use in conjunction with reckless behavior, most notably in a Twitter post by aspiring rapper Ervin McKinness just prior to his death that described driving drunk at 120 mph (193 km/h): "Drunk af going 120 drifting corners #F***It YOLO." 

YOLO attitude has made teenagers drop out school claiming there's nothing good with it,many of them have an aspiration to look like their favorite rappers,may it be Lil Wayne,Drake or Rick Ross who are well known of popularizing the acronym ,who they planned to release a joint mixtape entitled YOLO.

We all remember of a young witty Tanzania teenager from Arusha who lost his life after taking some heavy amount of Syrup admittedly claimed he was trying to imitate his role model Lil Wayne..its not the only case we have had of,recently teens /musicians have lost their lives.

A study was made and it was said that many teens/youths don't reach their goals due to the acronym YOLO.. Many would just make all they want their needs,having unwanted affairs ,having friends that have no value to their life's,trying to be who they are not...being number one pretenders,chasing women and sex ..some become disrespectful to parents and valuable people..Others will want to try heavy drugs which in the end they get addicted or get killed.

One thing we don't understand is YOLO is just a bitchy abbreviation ,or in other hand i can say its a deceiving acronym,if you think am tripping you are wrong ,i have seen this from friends some that thought they have it all, better they live now and not later,they lost the meaning of living and now they are all regretting..some had to leave school to babysit kids that their fathers are unknown ,some are serving time in prison and few have lost souls....

Today’s young purveyors of YOLO,all i have to say is choices...your choice can either build you to a strong successful lad or can make you inevitably sit on your ass..

"In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility."  Eleanor Roosevelt....


Monday, May 27, 2013

Government VS Mtwara


Tanzania, once known as the haven of peace, is slowly but steadily sliding into a culture of violence.
Once upon a time, we read or heard of loss of life and damage to roads and property in other countries.

These days, it takes very little to set off a bout of vicious violence here.
We are just a fledgling economy and a donor-dependent nation. We should know that it will take time and money to rebuild what we are destroying today. It is we who will have to dig deep into our pockets.

These bouts of violence amount to cutting off our noses to spite our faces. On Wednesday, violent demonstrations broke out in Mtwara town, leaving one person dead and several others wounded.
They were apparently set off by a leaflet campaign inciting Mtwara and Lindi residents to protest should the

Energy and Minerals’ budget include piping natural gas from Mtwara to Dar es Salaam.
At the end of the budget speech, crowds of youth ran amok in the streets. They burnt tyres and placed heavy stones and logs on the road to obstruct vehicles. They also torched some private houses and CCM offices. Business came to a standstill.

We support freedom of expression. But using violence as a means to achieve an end does not fall in that category.
We would rather resort to dialogue and peaceful demonstrations if other means fail.  It would be good, though, if the government were to listen to legitimate grievances and act on them.

These developments tell us that the government ignores people’s voices at great cost. One way of managing the situation would be to give the people a hearing at all stages of plans that concern their welfare.
If people feel ignored and taken for a ride, we can expect more ugly incidents. But we do not want to get to that stage. We do not need that kind of chaos.

There are lessons here for both the government and the people of Tanzania. The question is: Do we have what it takes to rise above our personal needs and wants and focus on the greater good?

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Burry me!! No Mourning!!


Over the weekend i went to pass my condolence to a friend who lost somebody special in her life... one thing one should know i don't like funerals ,they give me goosebumps ,and not because i hate paying sympathy but i always have cold feet when i attend them..

After we arrived at the site,we had to go and show some compassion to the family members and especially the ladies who were sitting in a certain room,i have this apprehensive manner when it comes to greeting a large number of people..

As we entered inside my third eye spotted a lot of things,one being the eye's slaughter from the touched ladies,i surely didn't know what i was to say..i thought of greeting them but i felt they wouldn't reply ,at the same time i thought of not greeting them and also felt they will conclude how pervert i was..

We passed through and i did it the African way knelt on my knees and embraced half of the touched women hands we finished we all went outside to join other guys ,and that's when i noticed someone who made me raise millions of questions what is the real meaning of a funeral..

I understand in some other culture funerals are not worthy,people don't even cry ,some they just do the burial and go back home to continue with other issue's,but unlike where i come from..let me paint some scenes for your appraisal ..

 5 feet gentleman ,with brunet hairs and a thorny mustache wearing his denim jeans and uneven green t-shirt,perhaps the busiest man at the funeral..he made me wonder how closely is he related to the lost soul..he was always holding a book which in the end i noticed it was a contribution book ..he was also the most famous guy  ,that i knew because everyone was calling his name..

After sometime there was a tantalizing smell of  mandazi and nyama from the kitchen,i decided to go and help the kitchen staff ,being honest i didn't go to help because i was feeling sorry for the staff but it's because of the inevitable force of the amoebas that were intensely chewing my gastrointestinal...

But unluckily the 5 feet gentleman called Iddi came and asked me to leave the staff alone ,so i left the kitchen with abashment,as i was heading outside i noticed there was a big obese lady  who was wiping away tears with creased corner of her tattered kanga ..i understood how touched she was..

As i went further i found teenagers smoking and others drinking,others chewing miraa..i got startled and asked myself more questions..but at the far end i found some group of old man who were busy complaining that food was late ,and the kitchen staff was delaying the mandazi...

I tried to paint some scenes for your appraisal ,my major point is people are seriously loosing the true meaning of a funeral this days..most of what mourners do at funerals ...

  • I came to understand most mourners go to funerals to get some large portion of food,no wonder most of them complain when they get less..according to my religion it is said that the lamenters should carry food from home and bring some portion to the misfortune family,but that's something that is ignored..some will even carry plastic bags with them to carry the remaining to their homes..
  • Some just go to funerals to turn them into pubs...they will gather around and start drinking..
  • Some just go to sleep..
  • some go to make friends 
  • Some go to get husbands and wives
  • Some go to make babies
  • Some really go to embrace the misfortune family
  • Some go to steal from others
  • some go so that they can lie to their bosses next day that somebody very very close from the family passed away.
  • Over all things only 10 % of the mourners go for the real cause..
whats the use then ,i lost somebody i truly love ,i have to concentrate on the pain but also i have to concentrate contributing money and feeding you..why not show sympathy and bring me the food... ??

Note:where am from it takes almost 2 weeks for burial...(no sense in that)

Burry me!! and no Mourning!!

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Parents, It's time to watch porn with the kids...

 Courtesy:Andrew Onyango..
One word...
So many opinions...
10 to 14 BILLION dollars a year...
The time has come for parents to take responsibility and stop pointing fingers at the smut makers. With the rapid growth of the digital porn industry, it may be time for that "birds and bees" conversation to be updated to something a little more hardcore. I think it's time parents start considering watching porn with their kids.
"IT'S HAPPENED! Andrew Onyango has FINALLY lost his mind for real..." Not even close. Stay with me on this train of thought. You might learn something interesting.
When I was a kid we (the young boys in the "hood") used to meet at a friend’s house to watch pornographic videos when his parents were at work. Before the age of fourteen I already knew that “Juggs” was a very popular porn genre. Back then, porn came in form of VHS tapes (yes, I am very AGED and unhappy about it). 
The Hef hangin at the mansion with his flock. That's 
one lucky bastard.
Then came the era of DVDs and internet. It did not take long for Hugh Hefner and his friends to pour into cyberspace. A friend of mine tells me that she read a statistic indicating that the youth (especially males) today between the ages of 11-21 spend at least two hours interacting with pornography online every day. That is an unconfirmed number but thinking about it, it sounds about right. The BRILLIANT effect this has on a child’s psyche is that they grow up idolizing bodies and “positions” so much that their sexual experiences are scared by the inability to live up to the porn set expectations.
Hokage Sama!.... Anime is pretty messed up too if you think about it....

In real life, women do not have “Double D’s” which defy gravity like superman to stay perfectly perky into their “MILF” years without the aid of a surgeon. In addition, men are not anatomically incorrect to be carrying things which only donkeys should be swinging in between their legs. I have asked my female friends and relatives about this and they tell me it is not a concern as much as men think it is. And THERE in lies the problem...
There is another false fantasy in this picture. If you can see it, 
you KNOW there is a problem.
REALITY is not going to stop your teenage daughter from spending all day daydreaming about a boob job. After all, the boys WILL like her better, won't they? That's what society has taught them is "good". JUGGS! Your son will be the toast of the female community for being “hung”. What was that term I heard used in a TV show once? Oh yeah! "TRIPOD"...

Ever watch a James Bond movie and wonder at which point
HE decided he was going to bed the bond girl? Because we 
ALL know it is usually up to HIM!
It is not just porn. Any James Bond fan can tell you that the sexual standards were being pre-set long before “The Hef” had a mansion. Television, movies and music were creating weird sexual illusions long before the internet. Way back when MTV meant "Music" Television. But today the reach of the media is much further than it has ever been. Almost every middle class to wealthy background child has access to adult material on their cell phones. Furthermore, what they can’t see, they make. Sex tapes and nude pictures have found a new avenue of transmission here in Kenya. Most of my female friends have raunchy pictures of themselves on their cell phones. It is mostly for personal consumption, but like all things digital usually do, they get out. I only know about it because for some reason my female friends think I am asexual. Don't ask, I have spent a decade trying to figure that one out...
Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, your "good" daughter who would 
NEVER do such a thing... It's always someone else until it's you, 
isn't it?
Your daughters are wearing what can only be described as “handkerchiefs with sleeves” and “going out”. Where they are going, they are secretive about but apparently “nothing is going to happen” and you are "overreacting". Sound familiar? But it is not your daughter’s fault she wants to hang her bust out for the world to see and judge. To her, THAT IS WHAT IS SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN. If men do not react to you as a sex object as prescribed by the media then there is something very wrong with you as a woman, isn't there? 
Empress Huddah and Vera Sidika... Yeah.... So.... Yeah....

The end result of letting the media take the wheel like this is that a lot of parents have great difficulty convincing their children that they are attractive. It does not matter how many times mom says things like, “you are beautiful on the inside”, when you want to look like Vera Sidika on the outside! Right? See Vera Sidika be "Bogi Benda" below...
Now, some things need to be said. Pornography is something that exists in the world and cannot be removed without the aid of some kind of "Old Testamentish" threat from the sky. Second, the media will continue to set a sexual standard for both men and women. But the silver lining is that parents AND individuals are responsible for what the sexual standard is AT HOME. And it’s not just about understanding the self.
The kids need to be safely exposed to "adult themes" so that they can start building tolerance and self assertion. Otherwise they jump into puberty already somewhat confused and the hormone surge just finishes them off.
This kid was born in an era where he can do this from the privacy of the computer in his bedroom.
So, as radical as it sounds, parents need to talk to their kids about porn AND expose them to it (or mild forms of it like any movie by National Lampoon) at some point (13-18 should do for comfort of BOTH parties). They are GOING TO find it and interact with it at some point. Especially in this digital age! Trust me, you will want to explain some things before the confusion sets in. Food for thought… Vera Sidika, Huddah Monroe, Pendo and all these other women Ghafla calls "socialites" are ACTUALLY famous in Kenya for being "sexy" AND have teen admirers. Think about this. Who is setting the standards of "sexy" in your society?
  1. The U Guy video is NOT pornography. It is just testing the limits of social acceptance.... And winning.
  2. I have nothing against Vera, Huddah or Pendo, they are women trying to get paid.... RESPECT!
  3. I believe individuals (and parents) are responsible for the way they react to the world around them.
  4. I have no 4.... I just don't like odd numbers.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Tanzania under 30 successful names..


  • Patrick Ngowi

Nine years ago, Patrick Ngowi, 28, received a small loan from his mother to start off a business. He started off selling Chinese mobile phones, but when he discovered that a tiny fraction of Tanzanians enjoyed any access to stable and reliable electricity, he knew he had to rectify that problem. Ngowi set up Helvetic Solar Contractors Limited, a company that is a pioneer in the supply, installation and maintenance of solar systems throughout the Northern Circuit of Tanzania. Helvetic Solar Contractors is the first company in the Northern Circuit to cater for Solar needs. The company did about $3 million in revenues last year. Read more about Patrick Ngowi and Helvetic Solar here.


  • Hashim Thabit Manka
Hasheem Thabeet (born Hashim Thabit Manka on February 16, 1987 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) is a Tanzanian professional basketball player who plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder. At 7 ft 3 in (2.21 m), Thabeet is the tallest active player in the NBA.He was drafted as the 2nd pick overall by the Memphis Grizzlies in the 2009 NBA Draft after playing with the Connecticut Huskies. Thabeet was the tallest player ever to play for the Huskies. He did not begin to play basketball until the age of 15, when he began to watch pickup games in Tanzania. When first recruited from Tanzania, Thabeet was fluent in Swahili and French but knew little English..Thabeet is the son of Thabit Manka and Rukia Manka. He has one sister, Sham, and one brother, Akbar.
Thabit has done a lot to the Tanzanian community and he is counted as one of the most paid athletes from Tanzania..


  • Naseeb Abdul / Diamond Platinumz
 Born in Kigoma  as Naseeb Abdul ,25..he is the most paid artist in Tanzania and  he has done most shows.He owns various assets in the country ..Diamond is also the most famous artist in the country since his name appears in almost every magazine and newspapers ..He has shared a stage with some international artists like Rick Ross and Ludacris ..The "mbagala" hit maker works hard and devotes a lot to his music.Being a trendsetter, promoters have pay a lot of chunk to have this guy perform...He is currently the Coca-cola boy...the new ambassador for coca cola zero..  

  • Osse Greca Sinare,22.
 A young Tanzanian photographer ,much known of his creativity and superb portraits ...Osse believes one should do what he loves the most ,he loves photography,art,graphic designing,meeting new people and living life to the fullest..As young as he is he has received different interviews from within the country and out...his name and his work has appeared in some of the most popular websites like Africa-vogue,fashion ,FAS mgazine and Msongo..not only websites,some fashion presenters couldn't let this young innovator pass an interview..Osse achieved the 2012 best fashion photographer (Swahili fashion week)...He has also devoted his time and energy to support different worthy causes in the country e.g..Nipe fagio (i am the change)..

  • Jokate Mwegelo (kidoti)
 This young innovator she is a self made and highly acclaimed local  TV personality ,she was well known after her participation in the miss Tanzania beauty contest in  2006 ,she became the first runner up winning different  titles of the night as the Redds fashion ambassador and The citizen news paper ambassador.

After her success in the fashion industry she recently launched her label known as Kidoti premiere with clothing and hair line ..the clothing line accented by funky feminine coats in vibrant African fabrics and pants,the hairline features bouncy soft curls at varied lengths for the girls.

She has signed different deals ,like the South African Channel (Channel O)..she has also supported different worthy causes empowering women and children.  

  • Flaviana Matata, 25.
 Born in shinyanga...Matata won the first edition of the Miss Universe Tanzania pageant in 2007, and went on to represent her country in the Miss Universe pageant the same year, where she was placed among the Top 15 semifinalists and ended up in 6th place after the evening gown competition. She was the first contestant from Tanzania to compete at Miss Universe 2007, and compete with a shaved head. 

Matata has modelled print advertisements for Sherri Hill. In March 2011 she won the Model of the Year award by Arise Magazine at Lagos Fashion Week; she has also featured in the magazines Dazed & Confused, Glass Magazine, L'Officiel and i-D Magazine. Matata has also done some runway modelling for brands like Mustafa Hassanali, Vivienne Westwood, Tory Burch, Suno, and Louise Gray and has featured in the Alexander McQueen film tribute and Topshop Spring 2011 ad campaign.She was soon featured on the diesel and +edun ads..Flaviana matata who was awarded the "Face of Africa" has touched the lives of many women and young girls through her ongoing campaigns under the Flaviana foundation..
  • Wema Sepetu ,24.
The Bongo Queen as she is titled,the newspapers face..the Miss Tanzania 2006 winner,an Entrepreneur ,actress and self made..Despite her public slaughter by the countries news paper about her private life and her adventures with ex-boyfriend Diamond Platinumz..This beauty queen has it is said she is the most popular celebrity in the country earning a lot from her self made company "Endless fame"that deals with movie production and other lucrative private initiatives..
Recently she signed a sweet deal with one of the largest hair line's company in Tanzania.....The signed deal makes her one of the most expensive and powerful female celebrity in the country..

  • Nancy Sumari ,27.   
Nancy Abraham Sumari is a former Miss World Finalist turned model, and is now Managing Partner at Frontline Management Limited,an Events and Corporate Communication firm, and also a co-founder of The Tanzania Women of Achievement Awards. She was selected as Miss Tanzania 2005, later competed at Miss World 2005 where she placed in the top 6, and won the title Continental Queen of Africa for 2005. Sumari was born in Arusha, Tanzania, in 1986 to Abraham Simango Sumari. She is one of five children...She owns her own website specially dedicated to Mom's..  recently she decided to put her feelings into papers and successful she launched her new book titled "NYOTA YAKO" Celebrating the strong women of Tanzania...after having her own child it inspired Nancy and she decided to support much on the mothers and children causes..

  • Millard Ayo
Mentioned as one of the most powerful and highly acclaimed local radio personality ,perhaps because of his powerful voice and the talent he has..this ladies lover has signed different deals in the country ...his journey started as a presenter at a local TV station ITV...right now he is conducting among the most famous radio program known as "amplifier" under Clouds FM...Millard recently got a super deal from Multichoice DSTV as a reporter ...and this deal makes him one solid kid in the country...
His radio show is listed among the most listened radios shows of all time,among presenters in the country he leads with the most followers on social networks..This kid keeps it low profile but different sources say he owns some few assets...

  • Doreen Noni,23..
Many knew her after seeing her work during the epic Bongo star search after she dressed the contestants to kill...Doreen Noni a powerful young innovator ,a fashion designer and a business lady ..she is the head of designer at the ESKIDO BIRDS..a company that she runs..her inspiration came from her mother who owned a boutique in she decided to continue her mothers legacy 2008 that's when she caught our attention doing some unique kitenge fabrics 2011 swahili fashion week she won two awards ..the best upcoming designer of the year and most impressive stands..Noni was one of the 70 carefully selected global shapers from 36 countries to attend the first ever global shapers delegation in Switzerland hosted by the world economic forum,representing her ESKADO bird. 

****to be continued**** 

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Top Ten Richest African Musicians

African Music has evolved over the years. With the influx of the exciting Western entertainment culture into the African music terrain, and the media explosion being experienced worldwide, it’s only consequential that the earnings of our illustrious headlining musicians should take an upward curve. Smiling to the banks is a sure given, and according to Answers Africa, the top earners in our ever-growing entertainment scene are:

10. Jose Chameleone
Jose Chameleone
Popularly known by his stage name as Joe Chameleon or Jose Chameleone, Joseph Mayanjawas is a popular reggae musician from Uganda born in 1979 . Singing mostly in Luganda, English and Swahili, Jose career kicked off in the early 1990s as disco MC at Maganjo Mizuri night club while he was still a student at the Progressive Secondary School, Kampala Uganda. Eventually, he struck up a deal with Kenya’s Ogopa DJs record label. With a compelling style of music that is a perfect combination of Ugandan folk music, Central African rumba, zouk on a background of reggae, Jose Chameleone is quite the real deal. He is credited with one of the most popular songs in the East Africa: VAlu Valu and has popularized some of the phrases he uses in his songs to become regular and everyday words such as Basiima Ogenze, Nekolera Maali, Shida Za Dunia among others. He is regarded as a music star who restructured the popular local music in Uganda at the wake of the 21st century.
Jose Chameleone earns the top bucks in Eastern Africa and has acquired a range of 4 wheels as his “testament” which include; Cadillac escalade, Mercedes Benz ml 200 super custom convertible and a Premio. He also owns a big mansion among the elites of Uganda in Seguka hills located at the outskirts of Kampala.
9. Banky W
Banky W
Olubankole Wellington (aka Banky W) was born on March 27, 1981 in the United States. He  is a rocking Nigerian R&B artist and who is generally regarded as the smashing  King of African R&B. Growing up in Lagos, he honed his singing skills at the choir of his local church, and upon completion of secondary school, moved to New York to study Engineering. A natural at music, he won and featured in a plethora of musical contests. His unique talent in music and his eye for a good deal has propelled him into being one of the richest African musicians. He has been a brand ambassador for Estisalat mobile in Nigeria and is currently the face for Samsung products in the west African nation. And Banky W ain’t keeping all the goody-cash to himself, he runs Mr capable foundation; an education charity organization with the aim to aid in the education of children from poor families.
8. Hugh Masekela
Hugh Masekela
Born on April 4, 1939, Hugh Ramopolo Masekela who is a South African singer and trumpeter, flugelhornist, cornetist and composer, is one of the Jazz artists of incredible talent in Africa. In 1968, he got a Grammy Award nomination in the “Best Contemporary Pop Performance – Instrumental” music category . In 2010, President Zuma honoured him with the highest order in South Africa: The Order of Ikhamanga, and 2011 saw Masekela receive a Lifetime Achievement award at the WOMEX World Music Expo in Copenhagen. He also has a day dedicated in his honour. The US Virgin Islands proclaimed ‘Hugh Masekela Day’ in March 2011, not long after Hugh joined U2 on stage during the Johannesburg leg of their 360 World Tour. A man of distinction, his award cache includes: 27 April 2010, Ghana Music Awards: 2007 African Music Legend award, 2005 Channel O Music Video Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award, 2002 BBC Radio Jazz Awards: International Award of the Year, nominated for Broadway’s 1988 Tony Award as Best Score (Musical), with music and lyrics collaborator Mbongeni Ngema, for “Sarafina!”. Masekela owns a professional studio in Botswana, and makes top dough on invitations to major festivals across the world and the sales of his albums.
7. 2 Face Idibia
2 Face Idibia
Innocent Ujah Idibia who is more popularly known by his stage name as 2 Face Idibia, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter, actor and record producer. Born in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria, 2face commenced singing as a member of the defunct Nigerian R&B/hip hop group Plantashun Boyz. He has 5 Albums  to his name and has received 46 numerous nominations for which he won 40 of the Awards. The ‘African queen’ singer ranks high as one of the kings of African music. He has a vast investment in real estate across Nigeria, earns around $50k to $80k per show and owns a night club in Nigeria just to name a few.

6. Fally Ipupa
Fally Ipupa is a singer and songwriter hailing from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In the early days of his musical career between 1999 and 2006, he was an understudy in Koffi Olomidé’s, Quartier Latin International band, after which he went solo with his career. His released his first album: Droit chemin in 2006, and his second album Arsenal de Belles Melodies (A2BM) in 2009. Fally Ipupa won the Kora Awards for Best Artist or Group from Central Africa in 2007 and 3 years after, he won the MTV Africa Music Awards 2010 for Best Video (for Sexy Dance) and Best Francophone. Fally Ipupa has the credit for modernizing the Lingala music. He is a poster boy for a number of clothing brands in Paris, where he also performs at sold out shows, and rakes in the money bags.
5. Salif Keita
Salif Keita
Salif Keïta of Mali was born on the 25th of August, 1949. He has been around for a considerable while, witnessing the transition of African music through the ages.  Keita does afro-pop and songwriting, and his unique musical delivery has earned him the title and reputation as the “Golden Voice of Africa”. He is a direct descendant of the founder of the Mali Empire, Sundiata Keita. While this sounds interesting, it means that given his royal heritage, he should never have become a singer under the Malian caste system, which was deemed to be the role of a griot. A man of great humility despite his immense wealth. He owns his private island and a number of real estates in France.

4. Koffi Olomide
Koffi Olomide
Antoine Christophe Agbepa Mumba was born on Friday, July 13, 1956. The DR Congolese music star blends a soukous singing, with dancing, producing, composing and has up to 7 albums up his sleeves which are profoundly patronized in the market. It is reported that Koffi Olomide charges up to 100,000 euros per show. His album Haut de Gamme: Koweït, Rive Gauche is among the listed 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Koffi Olomide is widely accepted as one of Africa’s most successful musicians today.
3. D’banj
Koko Master
Popularly known as D’banj, Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo was born June 9, 1980, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and harmonica player. A man for the people, D’banj has won myriads of awards including the MTV Europe Music Awards for Best African Act 2007, MTV Africa Music Awards 2009 Artist of the Year. BET Awards of 2011 for Best International Act; Africa. In 2012 D’banj released an internatonal hit song  “Oliver Twist” which has broadened his horizons. Oliver Twist topped the African charts in 2011 and was a top 10 hit in the UK singles chart in 2012 reaching No. 2 on the UK R&B chart.
D banj is the first African artist signed to Kanye west’s GOOD music label. He has a series of koko Lounges; a high end club in Nigeria and other investments including Koko Water. D banj also made $1 million dollars when he was paid by a T.V station to star on his own reality show called the Koko Mansion. He has a crib in Atlanta worth of $1.5 million and reportedly charges on the upside of $100000 per show currently.
2. P-|Square
The Nigerian R&B duo are among the wealthiest musicians in Africa. Peter and Paul Okoye produce and release their albums through Square Records. In December 2011, they joined Akon’s Konvict Muzik label and in the upper year, also signed with Universal Music South Africa in a record distribution deal. The duo currently bill in excess of $150,000 per show. Square ville, P-Square’s crib which is  located at Ikeja is worth $3 million and as part of their brand support, they also have a 3-year deal with Globacom; a Nigerian telecommunication company as brand ambassadors where they are paid a million dollars a year.
1. Youssou N’dour
Youssou N'dour
Youssou N’Dour is a Senegalese singer born on the 1st of October, 1959. He is a talented composer, percussionist, songwriter, actor, businessman and a politician. He was once described as “perhaps the most famous singer alive” in Senegal. Youssou N’Dour was among those that reshaped a style of  music known in the Serer language as mbalax, a popular Senegalese music genre. He is the richest musician in Africa. He owns the biggest media house in Senegal with radio and TV stations with a lot of investments in real estate. He once also served as a Senegalese cultural ambassador. In April 2012, N’dour was appointed the tourism and culture minister in the cabinet of new Prime Minister Abdoul Mbaye.

Why i want to be Rich..

Yes the heading says it well,of course any one would want to be wealthy..i have been saying this since i was a kid,used to admire people with fancy cars good women and how they wore their suits and tie.
After all the trouble in my school time i would definitely need some things to ease down the academic mockery and that would probably be richness..happiness and wealth...

  • Eat whatever i want.
Yes,i am trying to express my love for food ,i hope am not awkward at some point..and if you think i am forgive me for that but its one thing why i want to be rich...i can choose to eat any type of food ,especially the foreign cuisine..Turkish and Ethiopian mostly..

  • I hate being told what to do.
Oh the pride i have sure makes me hate to be told what to do,i sure hate the fact that  my Boss  scolds at me and plans what i should do the entire week..

  • I hate dependency
You don’t begin a new job expecting to be laid off. But it happens, and today with more frequency. Too often we may not even realize just how dependent we are until we’re faced with our personal wake-up call. As long as i can make money i will never be depending..i will be that independent guy that wont ask you for a ride or will give me what i want and i wont depend on any one..

  • Explore the world
I would love to go trekking around my home continent Africa,also places like Asia,and even South America..traveling to different places learning their culture eat their foods and try to speak their language.

  • Create opportunities for others
they say richness/wealth makes you selfish ,might be true but all i know it is also a point of building opportunities to others,by creating jobs to the one 's in need ,Rich people create wealth ,which from it we all benefit,may it be the employee ,investors or customers we all benefit..a good example is Patrick Ngowi one of  successful names in Tanzania through him many have become rich..

  • I can own my time
There is that say .."time is money"...sure it is..time can only define it..I hate selling my time. I hate that there are things in life that I need and currently, the only way I can get them is by selling my time in exchange for money.You might be wondering how?? In my College time i had to sacrifice each day 2 hours to work in a Restaurant and after i would be paid for my time..isn't that slavery really??

  •  Being Famous..
Fame can be good ,but also can get you to where you don't wish..but all i love is that fame you have because of your money..the world will always know about you ..everyone will know who you are and you really dont have to care who they are and its well okay...

  • Give my family great opportunities..
If you always thought of me being a pervert you are wrong, i love my family and i thank them for the descent me and the integrity  ,being rich will make me give a better future and great opportunities to my Kids ,Parents ,wife...and good people..

  • Supporting worthy causes
I was told by my Dad one who gives away on worthy causes get even more..and yes thats what i am to do...there many NGO's that are trying to change the world,and they all need support from donors...if am rich i have more i can give away to worthy causes..

  • Master myself
  Ryan Waggoner had the same final thing that i was thinking of,so i decided to share it..
Finally, one of the best things about getting rich, I’ve heard, is not the destination, but the journey. Becoming a millionaire is something that most people can technically do, but statistically, few of them will. It’s just too hard. Controlling your finances, investing, starting a company, and other paths to wealth are all difficult and require a lot of personal growth and development for most people. One of the best lessons in John’s blog post is the first one: “I can get rich.” Once you’ve done it, it’s much easier to do it again, because you believe in yourself, and because you’ve mastered yourself, at least to some degree.

If there is any reasons that will make me work hard to attain richness..the above are ..i want to have it all..but moreover anything that is too much is not good..But i still want to be rich,and well i understand there is no shortcut to it..all i can say to myself is good luck to my endeavours..

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Stress Management...

An ebony queen i call her,she is such a mesmerizing creature...she is always wearing a good fragrance that always trap my nostrils.. she is always smart ,sexy and always wearing tops to show her half concealed breasts..

Intelligent i would name her,always thinking of success ,calm and social to some point,she is understanding and loving,when we are together in public people can name us Jay and B,the powerful love that we have..we always put smile on our faces but yet are they real smiles? Or are we just trying to act that we are one happy couple??

She is malikia of mood swings and nagging,pretty irritating at times,i sometimes loose it ,i can also call her my number one catalyst of stress,i try to control the stress she gives me .let me give you some tricks and elaborate how to Reduce, Prevent, and Cope with Stress...

Managing stress is all about taking charge: of your thoughts, emotions, schedule, and the way you deal with problems.

Josh once asked me whats my number one weapon of overcoming my stress ,i had a simple and plain answer "identifying the sources of stress in my life"..

Yes!! first thing one has to do is to identify whats disturbing him,after knowing the main stress catalyst then its very easy for one to overcome it..

To identify your true sources of stress, look closely at your habits, attitude, and excuses:

  • What caused your stress (make a guess if you’re unsure)
  • How you felt, both physically and emotionally
  • How you acted in response
  • What you did to make yourself feel better
You might have questions on how do i tolerate my ebony miss ,how do i cope with the stress she gives me ...its not simple really but i use the four A's formula as instructed by Melinda Smith, M.A. and Robert Segal, M.A.

Change the situation:
  • Avoid the stressor
  • Alter the stressor
Change your reaction:
  • Adapt to the stressor
  • Accept the stressor
 Am trying to avoid unhealthy ways of dealing with stress ,unhealthy ways of dealing with stress might be helpful but they cause more damage in the long run:

 some of common unhealthy ways of dealing with stress are;
  • Using pills or drugs to relax
  • Sleeping too much
  • Procrastinating
  • Filling up every minute of the day to avoid facing problems
  • Taking out your stress on others (lashing out, angry outbursts, physical violence)
 The following are strategies that will help one manage his/her stress issues..

Stress management strategy #1: Avoid unnecessary stress

Not all stress can be avoided, and it’s not healthy to avoid a situation that needs to be addressed. You may be surprised, however, by the number of stressors in your life that you can eliminate.
  • Learn how to say “no” – Know your limits and stick to them. Whether in your personal or professional life, refuse to accept added responsibilities when you’re close to reaching them. Taking on more than you can handle is a surefire recipe for stress.
  • Avoid people who stress you out – If someone consistently causes stress in your life and you can’t turn the relationship around, limit the amount of time you spend with that person or end the relationship entirely.
  • Take control of your environment – If the evening news makes you anxious, turn the TV off. If traffic’s got you tense, take a longer but less-traveled route. If going to the market is an unpleasant chore, do your grocery shopping online.
  • Avoid hot-button topics – If you get upset over religion or politics, cross them off your conversation list. If you repeatedly argue about the same subject with the same people, stop bringing it up or excuse yourself when it’s the topic of discussion.
  • Pare down your to-do list – Analyze your schedule, responsibilities, and daily tasks. If you’ve got too much on your plate, distinguish between the “shoulds” and the “musts.” Drop tasks that aren’t truly necessary to the bottom of the list or eliminate them entirely.

Stress management strategy #2: Alter the situation

If you can’t avoid a stressful situation, try to alter it. Figure out what you can do to change things so the problem doesn’t present itself in the future. Often, this involves changing the way you communicate and operate in your daily life.
  • Express your feelings instead of bottling them up. If something or someone is bothering you, communicate your concerns in an open and respectful way. If you don’t voice your feelings, resentment will build and the situation will likely remain the same.
  • Be willing to compromise. When you ask someone to change their behavior, be willing to do the same. If you both are willing to bend at least a little, you’ll have a good chance of finding a happy middle ground.
  • Be more assertive. Don’t take a backseat in your own life. Deal with problems head on, doing your best to anticipate and prevent them. If you’ve got an exam to study for and your chatty roommate just got home, say up front that you only have five minutes to talk.
  • Manage your time better. Poor time management can cause a lot of stress. When you’re stretched too thin and running behind, it’s hard to stay calm and focused. But if you plan ahead and make sure you don’t overextend yourself, you can alter the amount of stress you’re under.

Stress management strategy #3: Adapt to the stressor

If you can’t change the stressor, change yourself. You can adapt to stressful situations and regain your sense of control by changing your expectations and attitude.
  • Reframe problems. Try to view stressful situations from a more positive perspective. Rather than fuming about a traffic jam, look at it as an opportunity to pause and regroup, listen to your favorite radio station, or enjoy some alone time.
  • Look at the big picture. Take perspective of the stressful situation. Ask yourself how important it will be in the long run. Will it matter in a month? A year? Is it really worth getting upset over? If the answer is no, focus your time and energy elsewhere.
  • Adjust your standards. Perfectionism is a major source of avoidable stress. Stop setting yourself up for failure by demanding perfection. Set reasonable standards for yourself and others, and learn to be okay with “good enough.”
  • Focus on the positive. When stress is getting you down, take a moment to reflect on all the things you appreciate in your life, including your own positive qualities and gifts. This simple strategy can help you keep things in perspective.

Stress management strategy #4: Accept the things you can’t change

Some sources of stress are unavoidable. You can’t prevent or change stressors such as the death of a loved one, a serious illness, or a national recession. In such cases, the best way to cope with stress is to accept things as they are. Acceptance may be difficult, but in the long run, it’s easier than railing against a situation you can’t change.
  • Don’t try to control the uncontrollable. Many things in life are beyond our control— particularly the behavior of other people. Rather than stressing out over them, focus on the things you can control such as the way you choose to react to problems.
  • Look for the upside. As the saying goes, “What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.” When facing major challenges, try to look at them as opportunities for personal growth. If your own poor choices contributed to a stressful situation, reflect on them and learn from your mistakes.
  • Share your feelings. Talk to a trusted friend or make an appointment with a therapist. Expressing what you’re going through can be very cathartic, even if there’s nothing you can do to alter the stressful situation.
  • Learn to forgive. Accept the fact that we live in an imperfect world and that people make mistakes. Let go of anger and resentments. Free yourself from negative energy by forgiving and moving on.

Stress management strategy #5: Make time for fun and relaxation

Beyond a take-charge approach and a positive attitude, you can reduce stress in your life by nurturing yourself. If you regularly make time for fun and relaxation, you’ll be in a better place to handle life’s stressors when they inevitably come.

Healthy ways to relax and recharge

  • Go for a walk.
  • Spend time in nature.
  • Call a good friend.
  • Sweat out tension with a good workout.
  • Write in your journal.
  • Take a long bath.
  • Light scented candles.
  • Savor a warm cup of coffee or tea.
  • Play with a pet.
  • Work in your garden.
  • Get a massage.
  • Curl up with a good book.
  • Listen to music.
  • Watch a comedy.
Don’t get so caught up in the hustle and bustle of life that you forget to take care of your own needs. Nurturing yourself is a necessity, not a luxury.
  • Set aside relaxation time. Include rest and relaxation in your daily schedule. Don’t allow other obligations to encroach. This is your time to take a break from all responsibilities and recharge your batteries.
  • Connect with others. Spend time with positive people who enhance your life. A strong support system will buffer you from the negative effects of stress.
  • Do something you enjoy every day. Make time for leisure activities that bring you joy, whether it be stargazing, playing the piano, or working on your bike.
  • Keep your sense of humor. This includes the ability to laugh at yourself. The act of laughing helps your body fight stress in a number of ways.

Stress management strategy #6: Adopt a healthy lifestyle

You can increase your resistance to stress by strengthening your physical health.
  • Exercise regularly. Physical activity plays a key role in reducing and preventing the effects of stress. Make time for at least 30 minutes of exercise, three times per week. Nothing beats aerobic exercise for releasing pent-up stress and tension.
  • Eat a healthy diet. Well-nourished bodies are better prepared to cope with stress, so be mindful of what you eat. Start your day right with breakfast, and keep your energy up and your mind clear with balanced, nutritious meals throughout the day.
  • Reduce caffeine and sugar. The temporary "highs" caffeine and sugar provide often end in with a crash in mood and energy. By reducing the amount of coffee, soft drinks, chocolate, and sugar snacks in your diet, you’ll feel more relaxed and you’ll sleep better.
  • Avoid alcohol, cigarettes, and drugs. Self-medicating with alcohol or drugs may provide an easy escape from stress, but the relief is only temporary. Don’t avoid or mask the issue at hand; deal with problems head on and with a clear mind.
  • Get enough sleep. Adequate sleep fuels your mind, as well as your body. Feeling tired will increase your stress because it may cause you to think irrationally. 
written by: Msongo ,with respect and help from Melinda Smith, M.A. and Robert Segal, M.A.(help guide)

Monday, May 20, 2013


"beep,brrrzzzz!! (cell phone vibrating)

I quickly opened the text,the excitement i had was unbearable,i hadn't have this feeling for quite sometime..the text made my mouth salivary ,i caressed my lips with my tongue,my nerves were hot ,wondering what is she to say this time.I felt i was all alone in the entire face creased up like a child who has been hurt...

"i love your muscles,you are so sweet always tense around you!!

She gave me the super star compliments,the one that people like Channing Tatum can get ,i would say that since its the first from such an exquisite lady,i got startled and breathed in ...i answered the compliment with a simple thank you,didn't want to write much since i was trying to be calm ,pretending that it was something that i heard before..the gentlemen style of overcoming a situation.

"You have the looks that any girl will die for,you make love like a Serengeti Simba"

This text cracked me up,i couldn't hold my excitement..i couldn't smile, all i wanted is to jump and show the world how happy i was that there is some girl out there that appreciates my petting ,so i stood up from my desk and started screaming like a psycho...

Everybody in class turned and looked at me,Mwalimu kijanga stopped writing on the board and he turned with shock,he threw a piece of chalk which it hit my face..i felt embarrassed and that's how i lost my cell phone..  


the above short story is to elaborate how cell phones can be destructive at school,i tried to set some scenes so that you can get to see how young girls and boys can easily get confused when having their handsets with them at school..The increase in cell phone usage has expanded into our children’s schools. Many children in today’s society carry a cell phone to school.

I came a cross an article that stated ...

" Many children have found themselves to be victims of cell phone abuse. Students often use cell phones to spread rumors and misinformation. This misinformation can be difficult for the victim to digest and can be quite stressful for a young child to comprehend. This act of misinformation has resulted in the death of several children after their private information and unsubstantiated information had been spread with the use of cell phones. State and local officials have begun to develop laws that establish strong consequences for the spread of personal information. These consequences include fines, jail time and possible sex offender status.

At some point i would say cell phones at school is the best idea if not abused,few of students understand that ..i will try to list down some advantage and disadvantage of having cellphones at school..

  • Distraction
Distraction is a major problem ,like on the scenes i tried to set ,you have probably seen how one can get distracted,cellphones in class can easily be used since it is silent and devices can be concealed under desks. Even if teachers do not allow cell phone use in their classrooms, students can become distracted if they receive incoming calls or messages, and phones ringing or vibrating can disrupt class.

  • Parent Communication  
advantage of  having a cell phone in school it allows children to communicate with parents in case of any emergencies,this is to why this days children don't have trouble contacting their parents if Mr.Kijanga bullies them..

am not sure if cellphones should be banned at schools but even if a school or a certain class does not allow cell phone use, students may ignore the rules, and it can be difficult to catch cell phone users. Even if they are caught, enforcing rules takes time and creates a distraction in and of itself. Some feel it may be better to allow students that want to distract themselves with texting to do so, rather than force the entire class to wait as the texter is reprimanded by the teacher.

So should cellphones be banned at school??

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Brian Busted Juicing himself...

He hated the fact that his friends mocked him,he was always counted as a nerd,the parents and friends also despised him....he was such a loner,and that's how everybody knew him of,at the age of 15 he was trying to get close to friends but with no luck he decided to be anti social..

The fact he was still a virgin surely disturbed him,girls at his school knew about the little secret he had ,so intensely they would  tease him,others even wrote some funny things at the blackboard ,he was surely bullied ,that's how Brian never enjoyed his high school life..

Home also was never sweet,the phrase "home sweet home" to him it was home bitter home,Brian was even bullied by the brothers,he only had three friends that he trusted ,one of his favorite friends was the mom "Agness" ,and two was his invisible friend he named Josh not forgetting his third friend called computer..

Brian spent a lot of time in his room talking to his invisible friend and watching pornography ,but the strange fact is Brian never knew how to juice himself ,he always wondered how it was he concentrated at the screen something strange happen..

A picture of a beautiful ebony queen appeared at the screen,it blinked innumerable times with some word written "click to view" dancing before her eyes.The hotty was half nude ,her nipples were all that Brian concentrated on since he has something for boobies..

Brian got startled since he had never once thought that such a mail could ever come at his screen,he sighed and moved back thinking whether he should open the mail or ignore it,his subconscious mind told him to ignore it but as soon as he wanted to ignore it ,he received more mails with a lot of nude girls..The devil mind easily manipulated him..Brian clicked and opened the email..

The mail was a link to a certain Facebook page known as "Hoes and Asses" ,the page was a PG 18 and Brian was just 15 years old,as he opened the link he got aroused there were many nude girls with big boobies ,suddenly he was interrupted by the mom who knocked the door to wish him good night..he stood up fast and kept his screen into sleep mode and went to open the door wishing the mom goodnight too..   

He had a feeling that the mom saw his erection that got stiff as a wooden Kalahari desert stick ,he then switched back to the Facebook page,the page had a lot of videos and one video was titled "how to juice yourself" without wasting time he played the video and saw some nude girl elaborating .

His "philipe"(d!*k head) was was thrusting hard against his boxers ,his balls ached that his boxers got wet in some seconds and that is a typical sign of arousal,he then pulled his velvet mat that he was given present on his 15th birthday and lied his body down as instructed by "Janet"the video teacher.

He gently unzipped his trousers to reach his philipe under his boxers,he pulled a bottle which had a costarican girl on the label and it was named cocoa butter,he squeezed the bottle and took himself some large portion of oil and gently showered philipe with it as instructed by "Janet"..he moved his hands up and down enjoying the non friction feeling,trying to recall all hot boobies he saw..

Brian was surely enjoying juicing himself,he loved that fact that it was a feeling he never had before,he couldnt stop moaning and producing sounds ,he moved from left to right licking his lips ,it was magic the way he felt ,pure sparks..he felt being a man and ignoring what the world thought of him,the room got very hot for him so he unbuttoned his Denim shirt...

Brian never realized after he said good night to her mom he never locked the door,so as he was purely aroused  ,and reached his fun to the maximum holding his head and licking his lips repeatedly letting his Phillipe shine soon as his to come and call himself a pure man ...

She opened the door

Brian:" Rachel!!!!

Rachel: Brian!!!!!!!!

it was the young sister....