BY BOB MWITI,
Nkubu High School is where I ate Sembe occasionally and daily portions of Githeri cooked on some paraffin pints. I still wonder to date why cooks used to add paraffin to Githeri, especially in boys’ schools.
Was it a culture of some sort or something that represented a hidden thing? Maybe, you can drop your take on that in the comment section.
Well, those are the memories that cannot escape your mind when you visit your former high school.
That became part of my experience when I visited my alma mater for a career talk to Form Fours.
For a long time, I have always been fascinated by academic excellence and when I touched into the country, I knew that I had some unfinished business at my former school.
This culminated into a career talk guiding students on the journey ahead as evident in this video.
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