population control

Status
Not open for further replies.

Davidee

Village Elder
#1
I think we need to face reallity...a lot of the problems we are facing could be solved if
the population was reduced.Traffic..food..housing...security.The quality of life will improve...now the problem is who deserves to live and who doesnt.Resources are limited...siku hizi kila mahali kunajengwa ploti...how long can this go on before we reach a level which is not sustainable.im not advocating for genocide or such atrocities...what do you think?
 

kijanamrefu

Village Elder
#2
I think we need to face reallity...a lot of the problems we are facing could be solved if
the population was reduced.Traffic..food..housing...security.The quality of life will improve...now the problem is who deserves to live and who doesnt.Resources are limited...siku hizi kila mahali kunajengwa ploti...how long can this go on before we reach a level which is not sustainable.im not advocating for genocide or such atrocities...what do you think?
Unaishi wapi na umetembea wapi? Swali tu.
 
L

Luther12

Guest
#10
Doctor what do you think of culling...
I would neither propose nor support it. Besides, i don't think we have an overpopulation problem. What we have is crowding in a few areas which is made worse by lack of planning and corruption.
 
Last edited by a moderator:

danji1

Village Elder
#11
People should start appreciating ochas and put an effort to improve them, start businesses, agricultural ventures and enjoy the fresh air and water and low cost of living.
 

murangiri

Village Elder
#13
Shida tu ni development en enterpreneurship ventures in ocha. If ocha is better of or closer in terms of opportunities, I wouldn't bother being 500km from home.
 

Mathaais

Village Chief
#14
I thought many people would relocate to the counties but it seems folks are attached too much to some urban areas particularlyNairobi.
 
L

Luther12

Guest
#15
Sometimes I think we should do it like down in S.A. where the Judiciary sits in one city (Bloemfontein & Johannesburg), the legislature in another (Cape Town), the executive in yet another (Pretoria). In our case we could easily have the executive stationed in Isiolo, let Nbi remain the Commercial hub, have the Judiciary in a place like Narok and the legislature in a place like Voi.
 

Davidee

Village Elder
#16
Mhhh i think its correct then to say that only the urban areas are overcrowded...the problem i have with rural areas is infrastructure.
 

aviator

Village Elder
#17
Population is self-regulating. When we overcrowd, a disaster happens and the population reduces. Ever read what happened to the Anunnakis?
 

Davidee

Village Elder
#18
Sometimes I think we should do it like down in S.A. where the Judiciary sits in one city (Bloemfontein & Johannesburg), the legislature in another (Cape Town), the executive in yet another (Pretoria). In our case we could easily have the executive stationed in Isiolo, let Nbi remain the Commercial hub, have the Judiciary in a place like Narok and the legislature in a place like Voi.
I think even the british had that idea in mind initially.
 

Shaka

Village Elder
#20
Mhhh i think its correct then to say that only the urban areas are overcrowded...the problem i have with rural areas is infrastructure.
nowadays infrustructure isn't a problem, majority of rural town have electricity, water, tarmacked roads and internet. the problem to me is lack of opportunities, everything is centered here in nairobi. it would be nice if industries, govt offices and institutions are dispersed all over the country
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

Top