Soon, we will be importing 'experts' from Britain

Kicharo

Village Elder
#1
Soon, we will be importing 'experts' from Britain. As used to be the case in the 60s, 70 and early 80s. With the current onslaught on higher education, soon we will not be having experts in anything. We will be just another African banana republic, like those former French colonies where you find that the Air Force pilots are while French folks. Oh the blunder we made, to put homeguard back in power. And how long it will take for us to realize that all the good initiatives put in place by kibaki and moi are being rolled back.

If Uhuru Kenyatta (operating through matiang'i and magoha) is allowed to have his way, Kenya will ultimately be like Equatorial Guinea. Where you find that, yes, the GDP per capita is $9850 (almost 10k), but it is only enjoyed by a tiny elite, with the remaining majority being shoeless peasants. [that gdp per capita is by the way higher than China and South Africa and at par with Brazil].

See, Kibaki and Moi, sons of peasants, put in place a 'massification' system: where masses were to get 'higher education' (of some kind) and stakes in the economy -- however small. Hence things like the massification of university education to emphasis on road transport, which employs millions and has a multiplier effect as opposed to railway which is an elite thing.
That is now being changed, in favor of 'elitisation'. So, thanks to the interest rates caps, only the elite with huge collateral can access credit. Thanks to planned university reforms, only the elite will be able to enjoy higher education, by sending their kids abroad (as used to be the case in the jommo kenyatta era). That is a pity because even the folks with degrees from place like rongo university, kibabii university, embu university, etc have some value. The simple fact that they have degrees makes them pull their socks: hence the traffic jams we are starting to see in rural towns, as such individuals hustle hard to buy cars, build proper businesses... and so on (in the process helping many other individuals with jobs).

Even lower education is to be fvcked up through the CBC, where kids will mainly only be going to school to play. [As is the case with uganda and tz]. In those nations, it is only the elite who get to enjoy proper basic education. You deal with the average tanzanian or ugandan, and you soon realize that you are dealing with a basically illiterate person (thankfully, they retained their traditional education systems, as they were not settler colonies. Our situation will be worse). So in those nations, only the elite are able to send their kids to proper private schools and university abroad. The ocassioal super-talented peasant may get a place at makerere or dar es salaam university, but that is just about it. That is where we are being taken. And it is now clear.
If only people would open their eyes and see what is being done to us.
 

Kicharo

Village Elder
#3
If, according to you, Moi put in any good initiatives, then you are as useless as the ones you are blaming.
You cow. Isn't it under moi that moi university, egerton university and maseno university were set up? Isn't it under moi that KU became a full-fledged university? Isn't it under moi that thousands of high schools and technical training institutes were established? [Do you know if the homeguard system left by kenyatta remained in place/if it wasn't for moi, you would probably be an illiterate std 7 drop out working in some farm?]. Yes, moi made some blunders. But on a balance, he would probably rate better than uhuru. The fact that you swallow the 'Moi was bad' propaganda wholly shows that your intelligence is wanting, to put it politely.
 

Use Less

Village Elder
#4
But on a balance, he would probably rate better than uhuru. The fact that you swallow the 'Moi was bad' propaganda wholly shows that your intelligence is wanting, to put it politely.
How old are you btw? Am not sure you know what you are talking about. No need to engage with you. Moi left us on our deathbed and Uhuru is determined to take us back there. Moi better than Uhuru? - Yack!
 
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mwania

Guest
#5
Soon, we will be importing 'experts' from Britain. As used to be the case in the 60s, 70 and early 80s. With the current onslaught on higher education, soon we will not be having experts in anything. We will be just another African banana republic, like those former French colonies where you find that the Air Force pilots are while French folks. Oh the blunder we made, to put homeguard back in power. And how long it will take for us to realize that all the good initiatives put in place by kibaki and moi are being rolled back.

If Uhuru Kenyatta (operating through matiang'i and magoha) is allowed to have his way, Kenya will ultimately be like Equatorial Guinea. Where you find that, yes, the GDP per capita is $9850 (almost 10k), but it is only enjoyed by a tiny elite, with the remaining majority being shoeless peasants. [that gdp per capita is by the way higher than China and South Africa and at par with Brazil].

See, Kibaki and Moi, sons of peasants, put in place a 'massification' system: where masses were to get 'higher education' (of some kind) and stakes in the economy -- however small. Hence things like the massification of university education to emphasis on road transport, which employs millions and has a multiplier effect as opposed to railway which is an elite thing.
That is now being changed, in favor of 'elitisation'. So, thanks to the interest rates caps, only the elite with huge collateral can access credit. Thanks to planned university reforms, only the elite will be able to enjoy higher education, by sending their kids abroad (as used to be the case in the jommo kenyatta era). That is a pity because even the folks with degrees from place like rongo university, kibabii university, embu university, etc have some value. The simple fact that they have degrees makes them pull their socks: hence the traffic jams we are starting to see in rural towns, as such individuals hustle hard to buy cars, build proper businesses... and so on (in the process helping many other individuals with jobs).

Even lower education is to be fvcked up through the CBC, where kids will mainly only be going to school to play. [As is the case with uganda and tz]. In those nations, it is only the elite who get to enjoy proper basic education. You deal with the average tanzanian or ugandan, and you soon realize that you are dealing with a basically illiterate person (thankfully, they retained their traditional education systems, as they were not settler colonies. Our situation will be worse). So in those nations, only the elite are able to send their kids to proper private schools and university abroad. The ocassioal super-talented peasant may get a place at makerere or dar es salaam university, but that is just about it. That is where we are being taken. And it is now clear.
If only people would open their eyes and see what is being done to us.
Where are you, genius! Get yourself as many as you can take tonight, al foot the bill! You got it right on! But we are hopeless and our kids are bing messed up all the more..!!
 

Kicharo

Village Elder
#7
Kibaki alipeana charters kila pahali fuaa kama njugu!!
But that was the right thing to do. If our nation is to develop, we need masses upon masses of highly educated people. The degrees may be of dubious quality, but they are degrees all the same. In the process of studying for them, you get to learn something, by and by. We may look down upon Kibabii or Rongo university, yet you can't equate someone who has been to rongo or kibabii to someone who has been to no university. [If you have read mao zedong's autobiography, you will see the type of universities they had in china at that time. they were dubious universities, but they laid the foundation for today's prosperous china]. And the universities are major economic drivers, wherever they are. They employ hundreds and sustain dozens of businesses.
 

Kicharo

Village Elder
#10
How old are you btw? Am not sure you know what you are talking about. No need to engage with you. Moi left us on our deathbed and Uhuru is determined to take us back there. Moi better than Uhuru? - Yack!
I am old enough to remember the Moi era. Life wasn't as bad as youngsters are cheated. I went to public schools during the moi era, and got what was a reasonably good education. I used to go to public hospitials, and save for a few challenges here and there, I would get treated. I used to travel using (real) public transport: kenya bus and nyayo bus. I used to get three square meals, save for the famine of 1984. We used to live in a public housing estate. And it was generally so safe that there was a facility known as 'waving bay' at JKIA were folks would view aircraft closeup (today, because of what appears to be state-sponsored terrorism, you can't go up there). Of course, the police then were brutal, but today is only slightly better. Today, you have people moving around in proboxes, who just kidnap you and your corpse is discovered somewhere in a thicket. At least moi would take you to Nyayo house, where there was a chance of coming out alive.
Bottomline: You ought to know the difference between truth and propaganda.
 

Use Less

Village Elder
#11
I am old enough to remember the Moi era. Life wasn't as bad as youngsters are cheated. I went to public schools during the moi era, and got what was a reasonably good education. I used to go to public hospitials, and save for a few challenges here and there, I would get treated. I used to travel using (real) public transport: kenya bus and nyayo bus. I used to get three square meals, save for the famine of 1984. We used to live in a public housing estate.
If you had functioning dispensaries during Moi era in your area, you must be a Kalenjin. The rest of us Kenyans had absolutely nothing functional - Not schools, hospitals, dispensaries, don't even talk about roads ... Moi was a total disaster!
 
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Mrs Shosho

Guest
#12
Soon, we will be importing 'experts' from Britain. As used to be the case in the 60s, 70 and early 80s. With the current onslaught on higher education, soon we will not be having experts in anything. We will be just another African banana republic, like those former French colonies where you find that the Air Force pilots are while French folks. Oh the blunder we made, to put homeguard back in power. And how long it will take for us to realize that all the good initiatives put in place by kibaki and moi are being rolled back.

If Uhuru Kenyatta (operating through matiang'i and magoha) is allowed to have his way, Kenya will ultimately be like Equatorial Guinea. Where you find that, yes, the GDP per capita is $9850 (almost 10k), but it is only enjoyed by a tiny elite, with the remaining majority being shoeless peasants. [that gdp per capita is by the way higher than China and South Africa and at par with Brazil].

See, Kibaki and Moi, sons of peasants, put in place a 'massification' system: where masses were to get 'higher education' (of some kind) and stakes in the economy -- however small. Hence things like the massification of university education to emphasis on road transport, which employs millions and has a multiplier effect as opposed to railway which is an elite thing.
That is now being changed, in favor of 'elitisation'. So, thanks to the interest rates caps, only the elite with huge collateral can access credit. Thanks to planned university reforms, only the elite will be able to enjoy higher education, by sending their kids abroad (as used to be the case in the jommo kenyatta era). That is a pity because even the folks with degrees from place like rongo university, kibabii university, embu university, etc have some value. The simple fact that they have degrees makes them pull their socks: hence the traffic jams we are starting to see in rural towns, as such individuals hustle hard to buy cars, build proper businesses... and so on (in the process helping many other individuals with jobs).

Even lower education is to be fvcked up through the CBC, where kids will mainly only be going to school to play. [As is the case with uganda and tz]. In those nations, it is only the elite who get to enjoy proper basic education. You deal with the average tanzanian or ugandan, and you soon realize that you are dealing with a basically illiterate person (thankfully, they retained their traditional education systems, as they were not settler colonies. Our situation will be worse). So in those nations, only the elite are able to send their kids to proper private schools and university abroad. The ocassioal super-talented peasant may get a place at makerere or dar es salaam university, but that is just about it. That is where we are being taken. And it is now clear.
If only people would open their eyes and see what is being done to us.
Atsi, don't think they will be importing from the United Kingdom. They are short of Drs and other top skilled professionals. Their poor pampered dears are too lazy to burn the midnight oil and hospitals are staffed by Asian kids. Drs, statisticians, economists are mainly Brits of Asian origin. Scaffolders, electricians, I said our poor dears are lazy so hard work please..... the construction industry in general is staffed by Eastern Europeans. Heck they don't even have enough nurses and teachers. They import nurses and nannies etc from Philipines and soon most African nurses will be eligible to apply again.

Wacha hiyo Brexit ikuje, ndiyo Muingereza wataamini.
 
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Mrs Shosho

Guest
#13
If you had functioning dispensaries during Moi era in your area, you must be a Kalenjin. The rest of us Kenyans had absolutely nothing functional - Not schools, hospitals, dispensaries, don't even talk about roads ... Moi was a total disaster!
24 gaddamn years of emptying the country's coffers....
 
#14
If you had functioning dispensaries during Moi era in your area, you must be a Kalenjin. The rest of us Kenyans had absolutely nothing functional - Not schools, hospitals, dispensaries, don't even talk about roads ... Moi was a total disaster!
Only Nandis really benefitted during moi 's ,24 years full of sh** and theft and corruption ........Tribalism and nepotism kila mahali , most Nandi billionaires waliletwa na moi , most media tv & radio stations ni za wakalenjin ...........Ruto ni mtu wa moi........ sh**
...Moi looted the country soo much that his kids were billionaires , and they still have property and monies stuffed abroad .......... according to wikileaks which i believe 99% .......
 

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