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Penologist

Village Elder
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I am at a function where a live band has been hired to entertain the guests. What has irritated me is the fact that they sang the national anthem in a tune that would make our freedom fighters roll in their graves.

My question to you talkers, is there a law in Kenya barring one from distorting the tune of the anthem? If there isn't, then there must be enacted one. I am concerned because it isn't the first time I have heard these bands distorting the tune.
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aviator

Village Elder
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If you weren't a new villager, I would have condemned you, but I will advise you instead.

The threshold of evidence required here is quite high- beyond reasonable doubt. Anything falling short of the threshold is called HEKAYA.

As such, could you attach some supporting docs- something like mbisha of the band, a recording of their music, invitation card ya function, their contract ti perform or even the coordinates of the scene of crime.
 

bushido2

Village Elder
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Flags, national anthems, patriotism its all nonsense. Imaginary lines drawn in the sand by some muzungu somewhere to describe this nation and that nation, and you have no say on which divide of the line you fall into

http://www.kenyatalk.com/index.php?threads/jomo-was-not-a-mau-mau.4936/#post-62393
http://www.kenyatalk.com/index.php?threads/the-nonsense-called-life.4947/
Imaginary lines are better than no lines at all, just ask any somali or sudanese and theyll tell you. Kenya has been peaceful for so long we are now taking that peace for granted.
 
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