Wednesday, December 29, 2010
My person of the year is none other than Martha Wangari wa Karua. Bold. Decisive. Intelligent. Patriotic. We ought to think deeply about a woman prezzo calling the shots from the big house on the hill. Who has bigger 'balls' than Martha. Of course she's not perfect, she's not a saint, but she has proved many times she has guts and stamina. Male politicians and presidents in Kenya have brought nothing but tears, mass murder, corruption and tribalism. I urge all Kenyan women who are indeed the majority to back one of their own. They should stop the jealousy and envy amongst themselves and back Ms Karua. I believe she would make an excellent CEO of this once great nation. Keep up the momentum Madam Iron Lady!
Monday, November 22, 2010
Of course the police want to be 'seen to be doing something' in regard to recent waves of corruption and soar away crime in good old Kenya. So they go for Sonko, the newly elected Makadara MP. This is after they had given him a certificate of good conduct to vie for the said seat! The police even comically took him to court today, late in the evening knowing very well that the court was closed for the day and the good judge possibly sipping cold tusker somewhere away from the madness of criminals.
Why can't the bungling and inept police, voted continuously for over 5 years as the most corrupt institution, go for the real big fish? If indeed they wanted, they would be spoilt for choice. From Goldenberg scumbags, Triton thieves, Anglo Leasing bandits and Grand Regency looters? Hell, they could even opt to look into Passat deal, De la Rue, Free primary education, IDP funds, Maize scam etc. These are the biggest thieves, liars, crooks and cheats ruining our economy and lives of innocent Kenyans who continue dying due to lack of medicare, bad roads, lack of relief food and books for kids in schools. What about the land grabbers and cocaine smugglers lurking inside the Govt that were recently named by the American ambassador?
I'm not saying that Sonko is innocent or guilty, that's not for me to judge. Most people view him as a modern day Robin Hood who just wants to help the poor by any means necessary. What I'm saying is this, there are many past files on big thieves waiting to be acted upon. Why be so so choosy when meting out justice? Pounce on them and lock the biggest criminals first and fast. They are the biggest threat we have as a nation! Sonko will then come in later....
Monday, October 25, 2010
1. Michael Joseph- Safaricom...Ksh 3.1M Per Month
2. James Mwangi- Equity Bank...Ksh 2.8M P/M
3. Sani Adetu- East African Breweries...Ksh 2.7M P/M
4. Adan Mohamed- Barclays Bank.....Ksh 2.5M P/M
5. Linus Gitahi- Nation Media Group....Ksh 2.4M P/M
6. Martin Oduor Otieno- KCB....Ksh 2.2M P/M
7. Titus Naikuni- Kenya Airways....Ksh 2.1M P/M
8. Les Baillie- Safaricom CFO....Ksh 2M P/M
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
These young men and women are mostly drunk and hit the road like Kamikaze pilots ready for a suicide mission. As it's always too common, they are always dead on time. And what for at such tender age of 25? Even if you are one careful driver who happens to obey all the known traffic rules, be careful since a mad man may plough right into you any time here in Nairobi!
Another menace comes from Matatu madness who flout even the simplest of known road courtesy. The brains of matatu drivers are usually fuming and filled with stress to the brim. The hot head that is matatu driver is constantly thinking about saving the next minute or two and making an extra shilling here and there before he ends the shift. As it's always too common, he ends up banging right into an innocent driver or mowing a innocent pedestrian. This ultimately ends up draining all that he has worked for so hard for the last one year or so.
And where are the notoriously lazy and inefficient traffic cops as all the madness is going on? Of course, they are busy out there milking our pockets dry in tiniest of bribes. One should basically be able to enjoy his ride without much worry. But in Kenya, a vehicles is best described as a gift that became a curse. You are on your own when it comes to driving on Kenyan roads.
Friday, October 1, 2010
The said ex, name withheld for obvious reasons is yapping all over to anyone who cares to listen that when she was 'pushing' with man Sonko several years ago, he was "an animal" when it comes exercising his waist in the bedroom department. The lady, with her eyes beaming told us how Sonko would bump and grind like a love struck teenager till the wee hours of the morning just before the birds could start humming. "He's the greatest lover of them all!" She whined in our office as scores gathered to listen to her not knowing whether to believe, laugh, cry or roll down and die.
So there you go for more juicy gossip about man like Sonko which is not too harsh unlike the ones about Kamiti and bad cheques. And with that bit of harmless gossip, Sonko is bound to get himself more fans in the name of bored housewives whose obsession is watching cheap day time soap operas from Mexico and lots of predictable Nigerian "movies" if we can call them that. I hope next time Sonko rides for his campaigns the bored housewives won't hurl their panties as missiles to the greatest lover of them all!
Thursday, September 23, 2010
2. Do you know with Sonko's victory (a very dodgy character indeed to some) Martha Karua may have scored an own goal?
3. Do you know PNU was shell shocked after the defeat since they were so confident of winning to an extent that PNU's chairman George Kinuthia Muthengi wa Saitoti didn't even bother to campaign for his buddies?
4. Did you know after Saitoti learnt of the defeat, his skin crawled in anger and his hair stood straight. A very close insider told me an angry Saitoti banged the table with his fist and screamed, "I want a file of that Makanga Sonko opened immediately!" Saitoti wants the KRA, KACC, CID et all trawling Sonko's life history, his wealth, girlfriends, wives, vehicles, telephone numbers which are already bugged, his bank accounts etc.
5. Do you know Sonko's win will be used to tarnish Iron Lady in the coming weeks? Already NSIS under the command of Major General Gichangi is working very hard on it to an extent of posting in various blogs including here allegations that Sonko is a drugs baron who is financing Narc-Kenya?
Watch this space. Someone has rattled the snake which will soon bite back. PNU thugs will not take the defeat lying down. Some PNU big shots who are so powerful to an extent they decide who breathes and who goes six feet under are busy doing what they do best- SCHEMING!!!!!!!
Sonko who is so politically naive should stop yapping around that he has 200 bank accounts and a ship. This man is over excited and his handlers are clearly letting him down. He should lay low, probably take a well deserved holiday until things cool down. Politics, he will learn very fast can be very dirty. He's dancing himself lame even before the music has begun!
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
He will forever be remembered for his "weka tyre" speech urging his supporters to set ablaze Kikuyu opponents. He's still under investigations by KACC for misuse of CDF cash back in the day when he was MP. It's good riddance to bad rubbish!
I said here 2 months ago Sonko Mbuvi was the man to watch in Makadara. The guy has done lots of good job in the slums like paying for driving licenses for all the makangas on that route, starting car wash biz for the youth, employing lots of youth in his matatus, bars and construction biz etc. When the young folks looked at him they saw one of their own, even in dressing sense. I still don't know his real name, is it George/Gideon/Michael?
As for George Thuo the elitist snob is concerned, now we know now he indeed stole the elections in 2007. You will always find Kabogo eating mandazi or drinking beer in one of those dingy and sweaty places in Thika or Nairobi together with the common folks.
But not the elitist Thuo whose buddies are rich and famous land barons like Uhuru. Thuo can now go back and concentrate in managing his run down Citi Hoppas which are famed for ripping off customers especialy travelling short distances. He has been left with a huge bill but lucky guy it won't dent his big bank balance. You can check in my blog an article I did long ago called "hopeless city hoppas!"
Maina Kamanda the former hawker and councillor was arrogant to say the least to a point of not appearing in any talk show on TV. Even PNU mandarins foolishly thought the trophy was in the bag that they avoided campaigning for him. This arrogance floored him and you will never hear him again in politics after being rejected twice. He has a huge tab to pick for the petition and by election campaign.
As for madam Bishop, well she had to sweat it out on her own after being kind of isolated by her own party who thought Kamanda would win. Wanjiru fought tough campaigns and could be seen criss crossing from one TV studio to the next never mind she had campaigned against the new constitution. People looked at her and voted for her as a person and her party never played any significance. This woman, like her or hate her fought a good fight and deserved the win! She's emerged as a tough nut to crack and hopefully she will go for the Guvnor of Nai. Who know?
Kabogo was a bitter man from the start coz he always believed he had won in 2007 and rightly so and thus proved his point with a well deserved landslide. I have met Kabogo twice in recent months and believe me his sight is set on higher things like being Guvnor of Kiambu county. This man has magnetic appeal and is very likeable.
He has the deep pockets to go for the county Guvnor and huge popularity. Those who know his humble abode in Nyali Mombasa which is the size of state house know what I mean when I say he's the real sonko- a man of means. Only the son of Jomo can match that as far as Kiambu is concerned but Jomo Jnr has his eyes trained on bigger offices of the land if the Hague doesn't do him.
Questions will also be raised after Jomo jnr lost in Juja his own turf since it's part of Kiambu where Iron Lady Karua triumphed, mind you she's from far away Kirinyaga. It was a big triumph for the Iron Lady as far as influence in Central politics is concerned.
My 2 cents worth.
Monday, September 6, 2010
Then the sham census results that cost the tax payer over 12 billion shillings were announced after months and months of doctoring the figures and dithering. They came as fraudulent as expected. Nothing is adding up, whether you text for the figures using the special number given or checked the 'official' figures that were released by minister Oparanya. So much wasted time and money in the shambolic exercise. We never seem to get anything right in Africa. And yet, the minister in charge of the whole bogus exercise is still in office collecting a whooping 1 million plus- per month in salary and allowances. What a joke this nation is!
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
NAIROBI, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Kenya's Prime Minister Raila Odinga headed for a break in Italy as he recovers from an operation last month to relieve pressure on his brain, his office said late on Tuesday.
The usually indefatigable Odinga, who was advised by doctors to slow his pace of work as he convalesces, is expected to return to east Africa's largest economy before the Aug. 27 promulgation of a new constitution.
"The prime minister leaves the country later tonight for a brief holiday outside the country for a few days rest. The PM will be in Italy for about a week," Dennis Onyango, the prime minister's spokesman, said in an emailed statement.
Odinga's illness forced him to break off campaigning for the new charter, which Kenyans endorsed in a peaceful referendum on Aug. 4. On Monday, Odinga hosted a lavish cocktail party at his home to celebrate the "yes" vote.
The revised basic law is aimed at ending the ethnic rivalries that have plagued Kenyan politics since independence from Britain in 1963. Political analysts say the referendum win boosted 65-year-old Odinga's prospects in 2012 presidential elections. (Reporting by Richard Lough; Editing by Charles Dick) news ## for search indexer, do not remove -->
Friday, August 13, 2010
Over the last two years, I have been a very harsh critic of Rt Hon Prime Minister Raila Odinga AKA "Fabregas, Tinga, Captain, Agwambo, Arap Mibei, Jamba etc". But I'm now seriously considering endorsing him for the highest office in Kenya come 2012. I'm beginning to like lots of actions he's taking and words he's talking because he's striking all the right tones. I know he can do better and that's why I'm holding my endorsement for a few more weeks. But compared to other presidential contenders/pretenders/wannabees, Raila seems to be way ahead of the pack. This is because the said pretenders are bogged down in legal cases that involve fraud, election violence and land grabbing. Others like Ruto are busy living a big fat lie while they build castles in the air as far as patriotism is concerned. True, Raila is not a saint and no one is perfect. But most of us can relate to his vision, hope and aspirations for mother Kenya. I think Raila would make a great President assisted by Martha Karua or what do you think? Of course a week in politics is like eternity and lots of stuff can happen in between. We still have about 2 years to go to the ballot and the vote will separate the wheat from the chuff. Yet so far although I hate his party, I like the leader!
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Monday, July 12, 2010
Kenya/Somali borders is long and porous. Terrorists can sneak in and leave at will and they do as in the case several bombings in Kenya over the last 12 years. Kikambala Paradise Hotel bombing is still fresh in our minds. Those who are foolish enough to get caught can obviously pay their way out of trouble. Those illegally living here have bribed their way to our pathetic, corrupt and shambolic immigration department for ID cards as long as they can grease the palms of the staff.
More criminals from Somalia are using their piracy money to invest here, no questions asked since we seem to be too busy entrenched in our ethnic hate! The fact is that we have so many illegal aliens and no one seems to have the slightest clue who they are and their actual figures. I have no problem with legal asylum seekers who have fled terror and anarchy. We have a moral obligation to assist them especially women and children. They are legal since they have followed the right screening procedures.
It would not be too far fetched to imagine some sleeper cells that exist in Kenya as terrorists wait to strike our land.Can we surely rely on our police force which is historically lazy and corrupt with nothing much to show for? Absolutely never, especially not one when they are reported to be on a go slow strike. What about our lawmakers? They are just too busy lining their pockets from our taxes while they demand more pay without any shame or remorse.
I really don't think Somalis are doing enough to fix their country which has been in turmoil for the last 15 years. Their MPs can be seen in Nairobi driving top of the range SUVs or lazing around in big hotels. It's time they were prodded to return back and fix their nation. A stable and prosperous Somalia will definitely result in a more stable East Africa. We wish them well!
In the meanwhile as far as our security as a nation is concerned, it's everybody for himself and God for us all. You are on your own buddy!
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Here are some intriguing facts:
1. Kibaki has never been a reformer for the 50 years he has been in politics!
2. All Central province MPs are also singing YES during the day but holding secret NO meetings at night.
3. Kibaki is a staunch Catholic and we know the Catholics are singing a loud NO to the new constitution.
4. How comes no one has been arrested two months after the words "National Security" were criminally sneaked in the draft yet AG Amos Wako blamed the NSIS? (National Security Intelligence Service)
5. The secretive NSIS which is headed by Major Gichangi who is also from Othaya takes it's orders from only one person, the president of the Republic of Kenya!
6. How comes after a whole 48 hours since the Uhuru Park bombing, no one has been arrested or interrogated?
7.How comes Ruto who is in NO was not arrested and taken to court yet he's on record as saying there will be a big war between Christians and Muslims if the draft constitution is passed?
8. How comes Kibaki's biggest friends and advisers like Michuki, Karume, Joe Wanjui etc have not been heard during this debate and they appear to have gone into hiding?
9. If YES wins, Raila's political fortunes will dramatically rise and may catapult him into state house. Do you think Kibaki can be happy with a Raila's presidency?
10. How comes the vocal Jimmy Kibaki, Judy Kibaki and Lucy Kibaki are also very silent?
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
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Sunday, February 28, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
I looked into her eyes and saw a troubled lady who has been brainwashed by some dark forces out there. She tried in vain to smile but clever minds and those who know her saw a forced laughter. Esther has become a shadow of her former self. How such a well educated and beautiful lady let her "mentor".. "pastor" and "business partner" dictate who she can sleep with or marry? Funny enough, Esther broke up with her fiance one Mr Maloba because in her own words "he was flirting around with other girls who are members of the church!"
How can Esther be so naive to think there's a perfect man out there! When Hell-on was asked by journalists about the core foundation and beliefs of his church or cult as some call it, he totally refused to answer such a simple and straight forward question and many people are asking what this man is hiding. He only admitted church members are allowed to dance to secular music and drink alcohol..as long as one doesn't get drunk!
What we know so far is that Hell-on is facing a criminal charge at Kibera magistrate's court for sending threatening and abusive text messages to Mr Maloba. We also now know He and Esther want to plunge into the murky world of Kenyan politics and foolishly delude themselves they stand a chance. We also know that Esther still refuses to go to her parent's home or talk to them on the phone causing pain and anguish to her whole family.
She has also threatened to sue "all the media" for libel and one wonders where she will get millions of shillings to execute such costly exercises that can drag on for ages. And in case she loses the suits, she stands to pay more millions to the media houses in form of court charges. She naively thinks she can take on and win the high powered and famous lawyers who represent media giants like Nation Group.
By calling for a news conference, yelling about at journalists, making a fool of herself and threatening her imaginary enemies, Esther Arunga is clearly playing in the hands of the media, especially the tabloids and FM stations. And that's exactly what they want! Talk about a good gal gone bad....
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Crooked employees at the port are causing a nightmare to hard working taxpayers by stealing containers and goods with mind boggling impunity. If you import a vehicle, high chances are that the tyres will be changed with some worn out ones, the jack, indicators and the stereo will be missing. The crooks also love vandalising cars just for their own kicks. All this madness is executed at the expense of those decent and hard working Kenyans who risk their millions when they import goods through the port of Mombasa. In a recent report published in the Daily Nation, it shows how cartels also fleece the Govt when containers are released without any payment of duty. In some other cases, the containers are just out rightly stolen in broad daylight.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Saturday, February 6, 2010
"Kenya's most hated minister the always under-performing Chirau Ali Mwakwere, the Matuga MP and Transport minister. This guy has become a complete joke and an embarrassment to the Govt and all decent Kenyans."
That's many days ago when Mwakwere was wasting millions of our taxes paid as his salary for doing zero work. The good news to the resilient people of this great country is that Mwakwere is out through a poll petition he lost yesterday, call it a blessing in disguise! It's goodbye and good riddance to a very arrogant and self-important nobody.
Kibaki should have seized the opportunity long before yesterday and sacked this disgraceful minister, but of course he did not. The good judge did. And rightly so! I rarely drink by Mwakwere's sweet humiliation calls for a pint of beer!
Monday, February 1, 2010
But if true that he has fathered a love child, it clearly shows old habits die hard, sleeping again without any form of protection. It should be noted that both the young victims of Zuma's restless waist are daughters of his best friends! Talk about leaving the wolf to tend the sheep. This man can clearly pounce on women who are not his despite having 3 wives and he's rumored to be hunting a fourth and fifth for marital bliss. We can laugh and joke about this man who loves singing "bring my machine gun" in political rallies, but one thing is very certain. Zuma does make the legendary Nelson Mandela look very, very dull and painfully boring!
Africa has had it's share of colourful big men before, but the last time we had such a divisive and scandalous leaders was decades ago when the likes of Iddi Amin and Mobutu Seseko reigned supreme. South Africa is hosting the world cup this June. Will the media concentrate on the beautiful game or on the scandals, some on the way I believe, of Jacob Zuma? With a leader like this, South Africa is definitely living in the past.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
The Bunyala Road/Uhuru Highway junction is fast becoming a gangsters' paradise never mind that the Nyayo Stadium police station is just 200 metres away. This is the roundabout just before you reach Nakumatt Mega from the city centre. Criminals are having a field day mugging and even killing innocent Kenyans from mid-night to as early as 5.30 am. These crooks seem to take cover in the nearby cemetery before unleashing terror on Innocent motorist.
The murderous crooks are known to hurl stones at an oncoming vehicle, smashing it's windscreen and many drivers end up crashing due to shock and confusion before being beaten senselessly and getting robbed. A young pilot is said to have been mugged and killed in less than 10 minutes when his vehicle broke down. When his colleagues who he had phoned arrived, they found the victim lying down severely wounded by the merciless thugs.
What is even more annoying and shocking is that there's a police station very near to this dangerous junction which is just a stone throw away. Why the police have not acted despite many complaints including one that was published in Daily Nation's Watchman column remains a mystery. The same police are always quick to erect roadblocks on the nearby Langa'ta Road almost daily without fail and menacingly demand bribes from motorists. The same police particularly enjoy harassing matatu drivers who always have ready cash with them and if they refuse to part with the cash, they risk having their driving licences or stereo's face confiscated!
Something needs to be done urgently to arrest this menace to society and restore confidence in the police force. The first thing to be done should be to transfer all the Nyayo Stadium cops far away from this area. After that the police must move in fast and flush the gang from their hideouts in the cemetery, railway tunnel and nearby golf course. This must be done urgently with great speed before another innocent motorist is killed by these callous animals. If the Kenya police didn't know that this was a dangerous killing field, now they do!
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Huka said the plane's two occupants were headed to Nkorinkori in Narok South District to spray wheat at their farm.
He said the two occupants, a father, Marco Bunn who was the pilot and his son Toby Bunn, sustained various chest injuries and were flown to Nairobi for treatment.
Investigators from the Civil Aviation Industry from Nairobi, rushed to the scene to ascertain the cause of the accident."
Friday, January 15, 2010
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Ha! ha! ha! ha! Even cartoonists are having a field day at the expense of Kenya's most hated minister the always under-performing Chirau Ali Mwakwere, the Matuga MP and Transport minister. This guy has become a complete joke and an embarrassment to the Govt and all decent Kenyans. You know that common stereotype about the Coastal people lazing around all day? He just sadly makes it stick.
As his docket hits rock-bottom in rot, the guy who loves belting Lingala tunes in press conferences just snoozes as we all suffer and tourists swear never to return to Kenya. Oh how we miss Michuki when he was the boss at the Transport Dept! Mwakere blames the whole mess on everyone else but himself. He's at pains to explain why things were orderly when Michuki was boss unlike today. This sickening comedy can only happen in Kenya. Wapi Kibaki when you need him, or should we talk about the composition of his family members so he can come out of his warm cocoon?
Thursday, January 7, 2010
The wind howls, the trees sway
The loose housetop sheets clatter and clang
The open window shuts with a bang
And the sky makes night of day.
Helter skelter the parents run
Pressed with a thousand minor cares
Hey you there! Pack the house wares!
And where on earth is my son?
- Pius Oleghe, "A sudden storm
Back in the lift, some dude's phone rings out so loudly belting a weird and crazy tune which nearly explodes your ear drums! To make the matters even worse, the ringtone is an obscene rap tune calling women b*tches or even an x-rated Mugithi or Ohangla lamenting about the current hardships of getting your way into Migingo area which is located slightly south of the belt.
Maybe the loud tune is in some irritating language you don't even understand, so that obviously makes it NOISE. Where is a Nema official to arrest these people polluting our environment with such garbage? So, the owner of such phone obviously takes about 10 minutes to locate the gadget as he shoves everyone aside while frisking his (always a HE) own pockets as he sweats profusely from the self searching exercise.
Once he lays the phone is his hands, the shouting, yelling and screaming begins..always in some vernacular.. while saliva either foams or shoots from his big lips into your face or even worse, your mouth..yuck! These kind of people, if we may call them that, just piss me right off my skin. It's for this single reason that I want to make an application to the National Firearms Bureau. I dare you cross my path next time.
Now, that dude's phone is always a cheap a*s phone, yep always, probably stolen from an innocent passenger and sold in the notorious River Road area of Nairobi. Still on the gadget, let's zoom in and try to spy what is in it's inbox, shall we? Most messages are from creditors demanding their dues which obviously are replied with short texts like, "kid sick".. "in meeting" or "call u later" and such like lies. As Madd AKA Paul Kelemba would put it, bubudiu ya uwongo!
Other texts are mostly from poor innocent girls from the village he has cheated on and a mistress who is demanding rent and salon fees. In short, the guys with loud phones riddled with porn like ring tones are just losers in real life. As Jim Carrey would say in the movie Ace Ventura.."Loohu-sers!"..They probably need to get a life. Bure Kabisa hii watu!
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
"You're so vain, you probably think this song is about you....don't you..don't you....."
Well, nothing new there when it comes to our dodgy coalition Govt which we foolishly had so much faith in only to be disappointed big..big time! Talk about giving someone respect only for them to spit in your face! Of course they may be innocent when they say they never personally pocketed the cash (they all say that don't they?), but ultimately the buck stops with both professors! When things are rosy in that docket, they grab the credit and limelight but what do they do when things go hay-wire? In true Kenyan/African custom, they sing that song by Shaggy that goes like.."It wasn't me..!" What a crying shame we have.
What annoys me and most Kenyans is the fact that despite all the pressure from nearly every sensible person (except they want to finish my tribe brigade), they still cling on to their jobs without any sensitivity or shame. If they are are innocent (yeah right!) as they would like us to believe, why not step aside to facilitate credible investigations then come back when cleared? This is what happens in all serious democracies but looks like we are living in a banana republic where highly paid Govt officials cling on to their jobs despite the public mood on the ground...mta do nini mafala?
So where is the president (don't tell me he's still snoozing for God's sake!) in all this horrible mess that involves stealing education money from the most needy schools kids? Kibaki must wake up and exercise his authority by asking these two men to step aside if indeed their conscience can't let them. Please Baba jimmy, I know asking the two guys to resign may sound like an old wive's tale to your ears but then again just go on and do it for the sake of million of innocent kids out there.
By clinging on to their offices, PS Karega and minister Ongeri are only hurting and eroding the president's and Govt's oh and Kenyan image even further. Why can't these guys see that unless they are blinded by ignorance, arrogance and hypocrisy? Do we have to always kick someone out of office when they are kicking, cursing, yelling and screaming instead of them using their Guts (which the almighty gave them free?) Karega and Ongeri...Bure Kabisa!
I have always wanted to have a blog I can call my own and today marks the blessing of my dream coming real. The main reason why I have often been scared of starting a blog is because I felt time was lacking to manage the blog since I'm often too busy trapped in the daily rat race of this country called Kenya.
But with the new year (only five days into 2010!) I have decided to be a go getter since life is just too short to watch stuff going on as you sit and watch with all sorts of excuses under the sun. So if you have a dream, please dream no longer and go for it!
This blog will be for anything and everything under the sun that I want to get off my chest be it social, political, economic, environmental..etc. But whatever I write will be of great importance to me and my readers..hope to have some following as time goes by. So to all dirty and greedy politicians, selfish drivers, raving loonies, bad hotels, poor services etc..I will dump you in the dust bin!
I will also try to inject some humour into my posts since that is precisely what is lacking in most blogs that I have had the pleasure of visiting. Not that I'm full of humour, well can try to lighten up your day... So help me God!