Jubilee government is still strong

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On the Lap-tops, MP Aden Duale, stated that within its first 100 days the Jubilee government through the Ministry of Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has put in place a strategy for the implementation of the project which includes development of the technical specifications for the computers to be procured for schools and testing the machines to ensure they actually work (important after the BVR kit debacle which cost the country billions). The government has also put in place a steering technical committee to deal with the development of infrastructure and electricity for power provision, creation digital content, capacity building and, the procurement process around laptops.
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If you can lie to kids shameless monkeys
 
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by Aimee on 4th July 2013

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Jubilee forgot to mention that in the first 100 days; The DP hired a private jet worth 100million, the ex- president needs an office worth 700 million, now 250 million, the MPs got their perks in car allowances and the County Reps Salaries were hiked from 79,000 to 200,000/= and the DP's house needs renovations worth 100million!!!! the first 100 days have been marked by extravagant spending in counties and shameless expressions of grandieuse by the the national and county governments! The selective amnesia diplayed in the above report is just baffling
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This was a response regarding the govts expenditure during the first 100 days
Would like to hear this chaps opinion now
 

klevgit

Village Elder
#71
When you blame government or whatever structures of governance kud you warm the seat you are on and ask yourself, 'how helpful is your insight,input and effort ( if any) helping / propelling towards your wish/ dream'. Otherwise pana kuwa mtoto utafutiwe kisha ulishwe. Do something and be proud you make a difference vinginevyo tulia yakufanyikie ufanyiwayo.
 

kush yule mnono

Retired Hekaya Master
#73
Because I support my government?So being a patriot is being a puppet? I think I'm better than those supporting Cordshabaab.
Hapa napo @Owuadn umetubeba upus, why should you pretend to be patriotic thinking that is your only way of showing your support for your government? Yes I don't deny the government of the day has brought some positive changes but again their short comings are also a handful. Lets give credit where its due and criticize whenever its necessary. Don't use Cryila as a measuring unit on the performance of the government. At the end of the day kabila ni mbili Kenya, masonko na ma hustler with hao wote belonging to the former. My advice is fanya yako uwaachie yao, asande
 

kush yule mnono

Retired Hekaya Master
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And my point is that this is not the government to blame for it. There were many past governments in the past that didn't plan. :confused:
Mudu wa nyumba kuja srore, what you are trying to tell wananichi here is that since the past governments did not do their job its okay for Jubilee to take everyone for a ride ama what is your argument coz for the first time sikuelewi elewi
 
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Owuadn

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Mudu wa nyumba kuja srore, what you are trying to tell wananichi here is that since the past governments did not do their job its okay for Jubilee to take everyone for a ride ama what is your argument coz for the first time sikuelewi elewi
This is my point.
There are many people foaming at the sides of their mouths heaping all the blames in Kenya at the Jubilee government. I reject that Cord fantasy. I really don't think you can put blame on a government that got elected about 2 years ago for the floods of Nairobi. Same thing for all those silly little things I'm seeing them try.
Corruption was there since Kenya became a Republic. Blaming Jubilee government on corruption is laughable. I don't know any politician who is not corrupted. In fact the only person who has not been implicated in a corruption scandal is President Uhuru. I don't need to remind us of the maize scandal
 

gashwin

Village Chief
#77
This is my point.
There are many people foaming at the sides of their mouths heaping all the blames in Kenya at the Jubilee government. I reject that Cord fantasy. I really don't think you can put blame on a government that got elected about 2 years ago for the floods of Nairobi. Same thing for all those silly little things I'm seeing them try.
Corruption was there since Kenya became a Republic. Blaming Jubilee government on corruption is laughable. I don't know any politician who is not corrupted. In fact the only person who has not been implicated in a corruption scandal is President Uhuru. I don't need to remind us of the maize scandal
and the MTRH "refurbishment", Klinix,
 
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Owuadn

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So you supported Moi?
I didn't support President Moi back then because I was being lied to by outsiders and locals who worked for foreigners benefits that he was bad. I later read the history, politics and economics of Africa since independence and found out that Kenya was a stable country when coup de tats were wiping out whole nations in the 80's and 90's.
President Moi was a good leader.
Satisfied?
 

kush yule mnono

Retired Hekaya Master
#79
This is my point.
There are many people foaming at the sides of their mouths heaping all the blames in Kenya at the Jubilee government. I reject that Cord fantasy. I really don't think you can put blame on a government that got elected about 2 years ago for the floods of Nairobi. Same thing for all those silly little things I'm seeing them try.
Corruption was there since Kenya became a Republic. Blaming Jubilee government on corruption is laughable. I don't know any politician who is not corrupted. In fact the only person who has not been implicated in a corruption scandal is President Uhuru. I don't need to remind us of the maize scandal
I agree with you a 100% we can never fight nature but talking from a common mwananichi point of view, the government of the day has not done enough to convince me of its superiority over the previous regimes. Am still a disappointed Kenyan who is feeling let down by a government I voted for kwa roho moja. Crazy enough I'll still vote for it come 2017 for lack of a better presidential contender.
 

lucasl80

Village Elder
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politics is food for the rich but poison for the poor when this nigga posting these as thread jubilee is strong grow up , even if you 1000% support people who benefit are from rich family let mambo ya maendeleo . rich people discuss business and team work poor people discuss politics and tribalism
 
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