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I am with Passaris although I don't know the whole context. Kenyans, like Michael Joseph said, are very peculiar. They see their leaders as messiahs. People, for example, expect an MP to be a bottomless ATM for funerals, school fees, roads, cattle dips, whatever, as if he has the keys to CBK. Shouldn't they try to fix some of these things themselves eg by having less children?

Unapata every little fool in every corner of the country calling on the president to solve every little problem (evictions, diverted rivers, potholes etc etc). Is the president omnipresent?

Unugu tuu............................
 
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#20
I am with Passaris although I don't know the whole context. Kenyans, like Michael Joseph said, are very peculiar. They see their leaders as messiahs. People, for example, expect an MP to be a bottomless ATM for funerals, school fees, roads, cattle dips, whatever, as if he has the keys to CBK. Shouldn't they try to fix some of these things themselves eg by having less children?

Unapata every little fool in every corner of the country calling on the president to solve every little problem (evictions, diverted rivers, potholes etc etc). Is the president omnipresent?

Unugu tuu............................
tumia akili for once. Ameulizwa how has she changed the system so that Kenyans don't have those problems in the first place?

it is not the work of citizens to repair those things you have mentioned yet they pay taxes for their maintenance and construction. kenyans also have a right to call out their leaders to fix shit. Kwani kazi ya President ni kunyamba statehouse?
 

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