Bunge la mwananchi <--Idleness & Joblessness of life

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Jirani

Village Elder
#1
u wake up in the morning, piga shower..kunywa Break fast then board a matatu going to Tao..alafu u peleka yr matoko jeevanjee ati kupiga politics... e.g Sasa ni nani huyo Obama alitaja wa opposition? Alafu mjadala starts..manze hata kama nikukosa kazi do sumthing ata kama nikuchoma mahindi
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Jirani

Village Elder
#3
We are a free society. People can do what they want. You can't tell people how to live their lives. So long as they are not breaking the law or interfering with other people's lives, i see nothing wrong.
But idleness is not accepted..hii apana tambua
 

Jirani

Village Elder
#6
Naona msee fulani hapo ako mpaka na iPad. Maybe I will never understand why a grown ass man would do that.
most of them are job seekers so hio Ipad unaeza pata ina CV yake which he will print later. Lakini ubaya badala ya kuendelea na shugli ya kutafuta job anakalisha matako Jeevanjee kuskia opinion za ujinga about politis
 

Koolibah

Village Sponsor
#10
wengine wako job bunge la mwananchi is a funded NGO with fathers like Maina Kiai. remember one "mungiki" witness at ICC was sourced from them. mjinga ni wewe unapeleka pang'ang'a huko na hujui how the system works. they entice you to start yapping and write reports and design proposals on human rights and governance na wewe unawachwa hapo mdomo wazi.
 

dabu

Village Elder
#11
No one chooses such a life and I doubt you've walked in any of their shoes, never judge.
Far from it @MaryJane , if you listen to some of the vitriol some of these fellows spew ndio utajua sio misfortune imewapeleka hapo. I guess that's where the likes of Kidero and Khalwale source for goons to flex their political muscle
 

WuTang

Village Chief
#12
Hehehehe. Kuna wengine pale Uchumi house (Wakale sana sana) and outside City hall. Lakini tribalism aside, Luos love this habit sana kwanza huko eastlands in places like Kariobangi, Ngomongo, Baba Dogo etc.
 

Older+

Village Elder
#15
wengine wako job bunge la mwananchi is a funded NGO with fathers like Maina Kiai. remember one "mungiki" witness at ICC was sourced from them. mjinga ni wewe unapeleka pang'ang'a huko na hujui how the system works. they entice you to start yapping and write reports and design proposals on human rights and governance na wewe unawachwa hapo mdomo wazi.
Exactly, fare + lunch + pang'ang'a everyday = someone somewhere is funding the same.
 

PepoPunda

Village Elder
#18
u wake up in the morning, piga shower..kunywa Break fast then board a matatu going to Tao..alafu u peleka yr matoko jeevanjee ati kupiga politics... e.g Sasa ni nani huyo Obama alitaja wa opposition? Alafu mjadala starts..manze hata kama nikukosa kazi do sumthing ata kama nikuchoma mahindi
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sasa, na wewe uko hapo ukipiga picha???? Nani afadhali?
 

rufinus

Village Elder
#19
It's an idlers place indeed,coz i've been there. But there's more than that. Its visited with jobless pple to professors and other intellectuals. I remember in late
2013 one guy who is a lecture in one of the universities came with an idea about Environment, and he gave all members who were available that time FREE UNEP Entry
ticket for the Global South to South conference which was to take place at Gigiri that following week.
It gave us first glimpse into Unep and interacted with world environmentalists and ambassadors for over 1 week.
It was a great experince thnks to jevanjee.
 

Koolibah

Village Sponsor
#20
It's an idlers place indeed,coz i've been there. But there's more than that. Its visited with jobless pple to professors and other intellectuals. I remember in late
2013 one guy who is a lecture in one of the universities came with an idea about Environment, and he gave all members who were available that time FREE UNEP Entry
ticket for the Global South to South conference which was to take place at Gigiri that following week.
It gave us first glimpse into Unep and interacted with world environmentalists and ambassadors for over 1 week.
It was a great experince thnks to jevanjee.
most importantly he achieved his goal and accounted for the budget under Mobilization, awareness creation and empowering. He wrote a good report and apeer reviewed academic journal of his heavy lifting to make a whole bunch of Kenyans interested in the environment and attending a global summit. (See Appendix 1-56)
 
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