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  1. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    You are a very wise guy! Already, in developed economies, it has become harder to scale a business to a major company due to the presence of large corporations that can undercut your company out of existence. Africa offers opportunities for growth, though I fear once the African continental free...
  2. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    In your diaper
  3. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    I am liaising with the government. We are drafting investment policies that will even incorporate African-Americans who descended from slaves since they are also among the wealthiest African diaspora apart from foreign-born Africans. We cannot have the Chinese alone being the sole investors. A...
  4. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    We have laws. We did deport the one who tried to bring nyef nyef! A sign of a civilized country is the one that has laws and we deport or jail those that break them. Like the Iranians in jail. So your claims don't wash. Remember Chinese people are coming to terms with the rapid development in...
  5. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    Wacha paragraphs mingi, and especially kunipea links from Western propaganda outlets such as CNN. As for dumping, it happens everywhere. You asked for free market economics, deal with it. We can produce things more cheaply than China due to lower labor costs. However, we must also work on...
  6. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    Wacha wakwuom. Our generation is the one supposed to be building our country in the years to come as we have no colonial hangovers. Those who stand in the way must be thrown into the epicenter of the current earth tremors watingishwe vichwa wakome upumbavu
  7. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    My point is that we as diasporans should stop labelling Kenya as an inferior country just because we are abroad. If it was inferior, why the rush to invest there, and why do some people still suffer abroad? And yet they have the audacity to mock Kenyans in Kenya as second-class vumbistanis...
  8. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    Nimesema uachane na mizinga ya Black and White hapo UK and learn to always say things in black and white as they are. :D:D:D:D.
  9. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Diaspora and their Hypocrisy

    I have been hanging out with fellow diasporans and virtually most of them have invested in real estate and business ventures in Kenya. Apart from sentimental reasons of "Huko ni home", it is mainly because returns in the fast-growing African economies are very high as it is developing. It also...
  10. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Stolen: Good Times Ahead.

    Mimi na @spear watu tofauti sana. I actually don't like some of the things he posts because it is propaganda. But I like the development updates
  11. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Stolen: Good Times Ahead.

    Yes. China welcomes investors if they have the MONEY to invest. And are willing to abide by the local laws. Have you even tried doing so, or you are just plain ignorant?
  12. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Stolen: Good Times Ahead.

    So when young men get jobs in factories that investors build as they seek to tap into the growing economy, hao ni rent-seekers? Or the ripple-effect of their spending from salaries earned on the local economy is insignificant?
  13. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Stolen: Good Times Ahead.

    How do you think China learnt how to build stuff? Apple invested a lot in China for example and from there we know what happened. The same will be replicated here. Hizo maneno ya colonialism inakusumbua aje. Barclays and Stanchart are here and we learnt from them how to operate banks and we now...
  14. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Stolen: Good Times Ahead.

    Do you even know how much BAT, a British firm, pays the government in taxes? or even Safaricom? Unless you have money to finance all these projects, you have no authority to dictate who should invest in our countries. Only when we build capacity shall we invest in our own indigenous firms just...
  15. MjamaaPittsburgh

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    Frankly speaking, you have no problems with Unilever, BAT, GM, Bayer and a host of other western investors coming to set up factories in Kenya. But when a Chinese, who are the world's emerging superpower, try to invest here unawika? To each their own. But I prefer all investors set up shop and...
  16. MjamaaPittsburgh

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    The youths will get jobs, and the government will improve its tax base. Actually, China has invested more in Latin America and Europe than in Africa. Then, you should also know that the infrastructure will improve and raise our standards of living. Wacha hii racist drivel ya "Africans having no...
  17. MjamaaPittsburgh

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    Wacha niende it is hard to educate a person who wants to stick to their feelings rather than objectively analyze. Chambueni na other resident economists wanaelewa the trajectory/phases of a country's economic development. If you bother to analyze the East African Railway Masterplan, that is what...
  18. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Stolen: Good Times Ahead.

    And they re-negotiated the funding agreements with their creditors and things are improving. The near outbreak of civil war last year was what almost hurt its economy. Halafu wewe umeelewa what I have just said. In public finance, capital improvement projects, since they are long-term in nature...
  19. MjamaaPittsburgh

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    Wewe wakati USA rolled out the Marshall plan to develop Europe ulikuwa wapi? So if China rolls out funding to close Africa's infrastructure gap tukatae? Tuendelee kuitwa shithole? Ongea vitu unaelewa
  20. MjamaaPittsburgh

    Stolen: Good Times Ahead.

    Leo please I hope you will keep your responses short. Okay, your theory is wrong. Here is why: 1. LAPSSET involves several elements of infrastructure. Are you saying the proposed Isiolo city will benefit mzito Jinping? And since South African Development Bank recently released Kshs 60 Billion...
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