Milking A Dying Cow

Punda

Village Elder
#1
Government of Kenya is an entity of thieves and daytime robbers. Instead of pretending they care about housing matters why not build 500,000 classrooms all over Kenya this translates to 500,000 ÷ 47 = 10,638 classrooms for every county after all classrooms are cheaper to construct because they are just halls (Just walls and good roof) and the land already exists in the public schools.

The Kenyan worker is the most heavily taxed living thing on earth. The taxes on the payslip form a paragraph that looks like a column of text in the old KP&TC phone directory only that the phone numbers have been replaced with cash amounts.
 
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mwania

Guest
#3
The truth is that we are not united as Citizens since we always follow our demi-gods and they are now eating from our sweat together. If we united, trust me there would be an uprising here! And then, I expect Moi-style Intelligence officers all over sniffing any dissent from our midst to stop any kind of insurgency. This is the worst leadership we have ever had from independence. Just my view.
 

Kahuni Maisha

Village Sponsor
#4
For the longest time, the earliest I can remember was when Oloo Aringo was the minister of education. Immediately after announcing KCPE results over the years, there is a shameful line that follows, that of , how many students will miss form 1 admission, and these numbers are in several hundred thousands.
this mega projects ? things like clean water and sanitation, early childhood development , nutrition and other basics.
 
#10
SGR ya kisumu alafu SGR ya kiambu .....ya ukambani

Tutalipia tuu hatuna otherwise.
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Just imagine we took that 350b and channeled it towards development of small industries(agriculture, tourism, manufacturing).. Throgh subsidies!! And more subsidies!! ...in ten years we would have made tremendous change in terms of economic improvement and youth employment.
 
#13
Algeria and Sudan showed us the way. It is possible to remove an unpopular president without civil war. I how we do it too in 2019
Its very complex huku we are not united as a country we are divided on tribal and religious lines. We need the majority of the whole nation to be on board la sivyo tutakanyagwa kama siafu.
 
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mwania

Guest
#16
But we are united as tribes . That's our biggest weakness . Let a Luo try demonstrate in kikuyu against over taxation ndio uone mungiki killing that Luo because anaaribu jina la uhuru.
True. But things are changing fast now and the Kikuyus are bitterly complaining especially after demolitions of their temporary road side structures to pave way for flowers and increase in taxation (imports from China, Dubai, Turkey affected seriously and many shops closing down). So anything is possible this time round.
 
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Mine_rva

Guest
#18
revolutions can take months. shida ni mtaona the business community claiming that their businesses are suffering
 

Bottoms

Village Elder
#19
True. But things are changing fast now and the Kikuyus are bitterly complaining especially after demolitions of their temporary road side structures to pave way for flowers and increase in taxation (imports from China, Dubai, Turkey affected seriously and many shops closing down). So anything is possible this time round.
Boss history has always dictated otherwise. If Raila contests against Uhuru 2022, will Greeks vote for Rao despite uhuru messing up the Greeks? Your answer lies in there
 
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mwania

Guest
#20
Boss history has always dictated otherwise. If Raila contests against Uhuru 2022, will Greeks vote for Rao despite uhuru messing up the Greeks? Your answer lies in there
You are right here. They will forget their woes and ignore Raila. Actually any time Raila is on the ballot, Kikuyus forget everything and vote emotioanlly against him. This card might be used in 2022 by propping up RAO against some other person preferred by the dynasties and they will possibly carry the day. But you never know some times things do not work out as systems planned them like in 2002 nobody expected a Kibaki win.
 

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