Interesting Personal Blogs That Talk about the Good and Bad Side Of Moi University
If you are bored somewhere and you are tired with the further notice posts every time you check in to the 3rd eye or legacy page then visit these blogs and get to know the true picture of Moi. The blogs belong to Moi university students, alumni and visiting professors talking about their experience in Moi University.
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- Shiku Ngigi’s blog
Have you read shiku’s blog? If no then you are missing out very interesting stories about Moi. Shiku is one of the best writers who completed his undergraduate studies some few months ago. I am not sure what made Shiku to open her blog but I guess she might have been dumped and decide to open the blog to tell the world the ups and down of dating while in campus. It is such nice blog.
2. Dean Sinclair’s blog
Dean Sinclair was a visiting professor to Moi University. In his blog, he writes about the beautiful sceneries in Moi University. He has not also forgotten to mention about the scarcity of books in the beautiful , large Margaret Thatcher library.
3. Gloria Mutheu’s blog
Gloria’s blog does not talk mostly about Moi University but her posts reflect the life of a Moi University student. Gloria mostly writes poems with life teaching lessons. If you love poems then I will recommend you to visit this blog.
4. Dikembe’s blog
He is perhaps one of the best young writers. His blog mostly focuses on politics. In his blog, Dikembe writes about student politics particularly in Moi and national politics. If you love campus politics then this is the blog to visit.
5. Titus Kisangau’s blog
Titus’ blog “riseup Kenya” talks about leadership and youth. However, the blog has very few posts that talk about Moi.
6. Gitungo Wamere’s blog
Gitungo’s blog the voice of revolutionary talks about the good and bad side of politics. It reveals why Moi University students time and again elect leaders after every academic year and months later begin cursing them.
7. Enos Ambani’s blog
Enos’s blog ‘ambanienos’s blog’ mostly talks about entertainment in Moi University.
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