I wonder if her parents and other family members watched her interview. If you were to meet this young lady today, what advice would you give her?
We waste so much time in traffic in Nairobi and I think you’re most likely to meet your significant other in traffic more than ever before: sitting next to them in a mat, bus or your slow moving cars alongside each other on the road. This site has been featured on a number of credible online and mainstream media.
This news piece is not in vain, for there are lots of lessons that parents can learn from Catherine and the expert who was interviewed.
What are your thoughts on this campus diva and her choices in life?
The habit is becoming popular among lower-middle-class estates in Eastlands - mainly Embakasi area - and Kibera slums.
As a journalist, I know that many such interviewees prefer to remain anonymous. Before sending messages, think hard whether if the messages are exposed if it would bring you more harm than good.This is probably what a lady going by the name Sharon Mulonji is thinking about at this moment.I don’t know whether to call Catherine brave or what.Anyway, have a look at her talking about her lifesyle here.On this site, it’s free to register, search and view other members, live chat and email them.