They say politics is a dirty game. But how dirty can it get in Kenya? I might not know but maybe there’s something in relation to that, that I’d probably have in mind. Just like love, there are trust issues most of the times. Same case applies with politics. At one point, two high ranking… Continue reading VOTE, DON’T GAMBLE!
It has not even been 10 years since we Kenyans behaved like animals in an insecure zoo. We let our animosity towards each other take it’s course, we even didn’t recognize our neighbors, whom we had lived together with for years, in cohesion. But it’s all nonsense. All about tribalism. Influenced by politics. Politics itself… Continue reading KENYANS EASILY FORGET
I didn’t think there would come a time that I’d have to get bored with my fellow Kenyans. But it has been too much with this group of guys we call the Kenya Police. During the recent CORD DEMOS, these men in blue execute their duties as though citizens are animals. I know we (human… Continue reading POLICE BRUTALITY, KENYA
Kenya, unlike the United States of America has not had 44 presidents as at 2016. It is not applicable though to compare Kenya to USA because the latter attained independence in 1776 yet we Kenyans got our freedom, say independence in 1963. The only similar thing between the 2 mentioned countries is that both were… Continue reading KENYAS ‘KINGS’
Over and over, it may seem as though I’ve made the phrase “politics is a dirty game” a cliché. It’s no big deal given that in current Kenya, we inhale and exhale politics each and every day. Do I care? Yes. Because am a Kenyan citizen…nothing personal. Just over sighting what and how politics is… Continue reading MEANWHILE, KENYAS POLITICS.
There’s a fast growing population in the country as well as the world and most people want to be famous or rich if not both. Let me take Kenya as an example. There are a number of groups, or categories of people who are taking over the country from being famous to being rich, vice… Continue reading 21ST CENTURY KENYANS (Pt 1)
Chapter One of the Kenyan Constitution 2010 begins with – “All sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution” Sovereign power, in layman’s language means supreme power or ultimate power. With such a simple explanation, it is very ironical how it is written in the… Continue reading KENYAN’S ‘SOVEREIGNTY’