If I was Raila:
I’d accept the fact that I’ll never be the president of Kenya & so I’ll just calm the fuck down. I’ll eat the eyes of 2 big fish to give me insight of what to do & sip some tea to escort it down my throat. I’ll think things through on why great opposition leaders need not to be president. Read the rest of this entry
Thank you for granting me this opportunity to express my views on the issues affecting our country today. To begin with, my name is Excellency, Hon. Mp. EGH.SGH.CDF.YDF (and other tittles I am yet to get) Pat Rock*. I am the MP of Shimoni in Northwest Nyanza Rift Central province, having held this position for now five terms and still counting. Read the rest of this entry
Before i get branded as a hater of the TNA party let me just clarify that, that doesn’t make me an ODM fanatic. In fact, am not ashamed of saying who i voted for. Am one of the minority who will keep talking and hoping one day we will have it our way and our way turns right. Well, i voted for Peter Kenneth [who after losing, i have never heard from him- maybe till election time again], & Jimnah Mbaru for governor [still vocal in twitter]. Also, it was my first time to vote, which makes it important for me being a youth in this country. Read the rest of this entry
In the beginning;
A few years ago, the greater Sudan used to be a country of conflict. Since 1956, they have always been in a civil war having peace for only a period of 10 years between 1972 to 1983 after which, another civil war begun. The end of the war saw the breaking of Sudan into two countries, Republic of Sudan and the new country South Sudan coming to birth in 2011. Just 3 yrs ago. After this, Kenya as a neighbour thought it was all over. The international community saw light at the end of the tunnel and UN saw a free country. Well, there is the ICC issue where Albashir, the president of Sudan is wanted for crimes against humanity but that’s another thing.