We ought to find humor in these dark times I guess and Kenya never lacks political drama. This week we have seen a back to back series of chaos filled events. We saw this younging, stand infront of a crowd and call H.E the President Kenyatta, mtoto wa mbwa .
I’m still trying to figure out who he was trying to impress by calling someone’s mother a dog. Like seriously dude! Grow a beard or learn some manners! Its politics I understand but getting to that extent of bringing someone’s mom into it was a low play from this member of parliament.
These immature utterances led unfolded alot of bitter feelings from the President’s home ground and the so called sleeping giants awoke. We all saw the stand off that was in the CBD ahead of the Oppositions demonstration against Chilo-bae.
Scenes of grown up mothers running around butt naked in the streets in the name of supporting a ‘Leader ‘ is just traumatizing. Have we as Kenyans stooped that low? Like you left your kids at school and decided to go strip naked and parade yourself for your political preference. ….. Pathetic pathetic pathetic.
We as Kenyans just need sanity on this political arena. Sanity that brings harmony to our streets and lives. This back and forth dragging our country to the dirt is tiring. As my fellow kenyan, aren’t you tired of what our daily bulletins have become? Aren’t you tired of how down our financial situation has taken a nose dive?
How long are we going to sit and watch our country burn in silence? How long are we going to continue preaching hate against each other in the name of political affiliation? Does that politician visit your home to check on your family or to buy you dinner after you burn your amenities?
Think about that for a second. …