Wagwan fam. Welcome to my blog.

The clock is seconds away from clicking into 11:00 pm this Wednesday night. As I type this I reminisce about 54 years ago as Kenya’s prayers and dreams were coming to pass. For the longest time, our country had been under the oppression of the Brits. Our men were beaten and enslaved; our women raped and mistreated. Children were forced to work in the fields in the scorching heat with little or no food.

June 1, 1963. Madaraka! The battle had been won. Yes, lives had been lost, families had been broken and the economy was bound to fail but there was finally a light at the end of the tunnel. Good riddance Brits!

Kenya was reborn and it became our motherland. However, not enough tributes have been paid to the people who made this dream come to pass. Heroes like Dedan Kimathi, fought as they hoped that one day their kids would call Kenya home. Their kids would be able to go to school, get an education and make a decent future for themselves.

Present day, we have the sole responsibility  to make Kenya a better place. We have the freedom to choose any line of duty to pursue. We have the freedom to start businesses that can be passed down from generation to genration. We have the responsibility to be men and women of integrity and live in peace with each other. We are a big family. This is OUR Kenya.

It is impossible for one to mention patriotism without Home 254 coming into mind. The quality and precision in their clothes is unbelievable. With Home 254, they believe in the process and in the customer to bring you the quality you desire.

I got to rock a black bomber jacket with a long-sleeved white tee specially printed in my name, dare I say :). Talk about great customer service.

Apart from bomber jackets and long-sleeve T-shirts, their products vary into hoodies, regular T-shirts, long-line shirts, caps, vests and even sweatpants. This is local prowess and talent right there. They provide both custom and ready-to-wear services at affordable prices. They cater for all genders.

The featured bomber jacket goes for Ksh 2600 while the T-shirt goes for Ksh 900. For more information, visit

Let’s embrace our Home with style.

Thank you for visting fam.

With that said, by the power vested in me, I command thee to go forth and slay! Cheers!

This is a sponsored post. However, all opinions are solely my own.

Photography by Allingtone Ochanda.

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  1. Susan says:

    Amazing 🔥🔥🔥👌

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