Form 34 Fed up!

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. …



Tribal/Political Quagmire!!

Election fever is back yo! 😂. Finally we all get to listen to the “tialala ” tunes in the streets But on a serious note, many Kenyans are still in shock over the Friday Supreme Court ruling by Maraga. Well, some say that it’s a plot twist by the current acting regime, I don’t know about you but I commend the court for at least correcting a misconception Kenyans had against the Judicial system. I too commend the defendants for their calm nature and showing mature politics in light of the petition . Do not bash me ..

This however comes with alot of bitter words and the tribal wars from a section of political fans. I mean, it’s always been there since time before I was born but only gotten worse as age goes by. We see people bashing each other because of their last name. Like if your name is from this and this tribe you don’t deserve that because you and your tribesmen are this and that. This is a very big issue we have here and if not addressed has potential of going wrong in so many ways .

This is just that level of insanity and hatred. Like what did she do other than have the name to deserve such kind of utterances? I still don’t understand why people fight for battles none of them understand or know the root causes. As in what’s the political connection between a blood donation plea and the name the individual holds? Government portal really ? How low and evil can one get to defend their political affiliation ?

These two gentlemen represent two big political families. Clearly it’s only power play that we choose to see and turn a blind eye on their friendship. We need to outgrow the animosity we hold against each other and show a united front if we’re to better our beautiful country ,Kenya .

As we go back to the polls in two months, remember that our country needs us to perform our duty in peace and solidarity. Preach peace always.




After watching 13 reasons why, I came to see the light on this overlooked problem, cyberbullying. It’s a simple thing as enjoying someone on social media. It’s fun till it’s not. We all have, no matter how small or funny it is. 
Truth be told, the person on the receiving end bears all the burden and pain of feeling unloved and above all, imagine the Low self-esteem issues s/he gets not forgetting the suicidal thoughts in mind. 

An example closer to us is the famous Gait trolls. KOT or rather Kenyans on social media broke him to pieces. Ninja cried on national Tv lamenting how bad it felt and how much of a joke he has been made to look.  

With the Meme trend on the rise, no one is safe… Kids, parents, artists  politicians, Joshuas. Sarcastic truth though, some of the victims like trolls because it’s publicity but question is what of the non celebrity peeps facing bullying? 

Cyberbullying is when a person uses digital technology to deliberately and repeatedly harass, humiliate, embarrass, torment, threaten, pick on or intimidate another person.Cyberbullying happens in lots of different ways – by mobile phone, text messages and email, in online games, and through social media sites like Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, Snapchat and Instagram.

Going on social media to talk about politics too is a pretty example of self bullying. You ask how? You wake up browse through the platforms and see some ninja tarnishing your favorite politician’s name online. What do you do? Join conversation and start arguments and hurling insults. What do you gain apart from getting angry? 

The popular Telegram. Yes you know where I’m going with this. As youths yes we get to have fun and I don’t think there’s a problem but the issue is the consequences of it. The expose channels for instance are part of the bullying. 

That’s how they make money and you fuelling the business by providing them with the material are one and the same. 

Are you part of this wave or do you want to be the change? 



Generation Invasion!

There’s this emerging trend from our female friends of classifying men or boys in relation to their pockets.  Yes, that sponsor trend. We as the ‘small ‘ boys are pushed to a corner by girls of our age since we have nothing to give them financially.  Consequentially, as our father figures are out chasing our beautiful born partners, the mother figures have also risen from their so called slumber and are all over the internet and entertainment spots eyeing the broke jobless ninjas of our generation.

 This change of culture is evidently been embraced in our day to day lives as now the older women are marrying young guys and young girls are being married off to the older men. 

Love has become an extinct word in our millenials’ dictionary. -Cera. 

A few days ago we saw a 70yr old man marry an 18yr old girl in Nigeria.  I don’t know about you but I don’t see any love in it. 

Controversial image of the apparent wedding in Nigeria
Convenience is key nowadays and the youths of today don’t really care about the path they take, as long as they pop those ‘botis’in those big boy clubs and splash it all over social media. I mean this is a combination of mid life crisis participants and peer influenced high life perception on the youth of my generation meaning NO LOVE

Big boy Club 

Both parties in my opinion are users and invaders of the general cycle of life. Like the young ladies and guys are leaving people of their age bracket for older guys who have the financial capacity to fuel their fun, ratchet lives and the older guys are there for fun. I don’t know but before I generalize everything and you bash me, I know that there’s the ‘age is just but a number‘ battalion who actually have genuine love for each other. 

I believe that there’s love out there and it doesn’t matter who you love,broke or rich. What matters is what one gets from the relationship they are in. Hey! That’s my opinion again so question is ,do y’all think there can be pure love in a relationship without the money aspect coming in? 



Blue uniform shenanigans. 

Let’s talk about police brutality today. We all have for different reasons been victims to our men in blue and their unrealistic behavior. We all know that they are there to serve and protect but do they really? 

Police beating up an activist.

I for one would love to meet a cop at those hours of the night, who would just stop me, ask me if I’m okay and tell me to stay safe.  That’s a long shot I know but is it possible? Nowadays people see cops or that cop car ‘mariamu ‘ and their instincts just tell them to run. Why? 
Once you get nabbed by those arrogant, stone faced ninjas all you can afford to think of is bail money.  It doesn’t matter the level of PR skills you have, that cop will rough you up in the name of security and public safety. Confidently flex their muscle and blatantly threaten to write all kinds of offences on your charge sheet just to show who is boss. 

Borrowed traumatizing picture

What’s your name? Who is your father? What are you doing out at night? Unataka kulala ndani gi-chana? Wapi kitambulisho? Nyinyi ndio mnahangaisha watu usiku kwa makona? Whether you are in that expensive suit or not, these questions will hit you. 

Away from the wee hour sagas, look at the way they handle people in peaceful riots. We all remember the case of that young man who got roughed up by our so called security. 

Police beating up a non responsive guy

I mean, if I come to you for a permit to go and rant about an issue in the streets, the Kenyan way, why beat me up for it? I believe that we as citizens have the freedom of expression and since your job description is security, stick to it or rather join the tae kwon do or kick boxing team if you can’t resist the urge to throw punches and kicks. 
I love our men in blue alright but should they be violent for respect?  Is that a requirement in your training? Please enlighten us who to look up to for safety. We need to feel safe around you guys but it’s the other way around. 



Archaical standards?

We all have witnessed the drama brought by the ‘men in green’  manning roadblocks at night ordering grown people to blow into a beeping incriminating device. Drivers jumping off moving cars or driving over spikes to avoid that hefty 100,000Ksh fine. 

By citizen tv

Last week revellers got relieved when the courts revoked the use of breathalysers,alcoblow by NTSA sighting it a violation of the traffic act. This  relief wouldn’t last though as the authority stood its ground despite the ruling,typical Kenyan style. 

NTSA has arrogantly defied the court ruling and increased vigilance on the roads as witnessed during the weekend against these, rogue drunk drivers. 

Is bullying of drivers on our highways civil? I believe that not everyone on the road at 3am in the morning is stupid drunk.  Where does all the money from the fines they drop on ‘offenders ‘ go? My opinion, I feel like its another pyramid scheme collecting in broad daylight. Where are NTSA awareness boards?  Where are your advertisements on tv, radio? 

Personally, I have been a recipient and not a victim  of drunk driving on a near personal level and I believe that NTSA  is a step closer to making our roads safer,but my concern is the way they handle people. We all know and have our rights and instead of harassing a section of people for cash and example setting, why not  crank up on awareness? 

I feel that for an institution like the National Transport and Safety Authority, I feel like the fact that it chose not to adhere to the court ruling too is a wanting image for the course they are fighting for. Like why should I appear to a court hearing to get my fine and you on the other hand brush off the court’s decision? 



Extrajudicial justice???

A few days ago there was a video of police officers killing some kids on the road. They were apparently suspected thugs who terrorized the life out of Eastleigh residents. They were on a robbery mission the police say. Personally I’m still disturbed by the broad daylight killings and the out right show of force by the flying squad police. The mixed reactions to this video show the different stands we all take on this matter.

Some people may say its justice served since one way or the other they have fallen victim to these gang related violent acts. Some feel that it is an example set for the gangs out there that it’s what they get for the evil deeds they have done. Activists on the other hand are of the opinion of Human Rights and alternative measures on situation. 

 I think that there’s a better and civil way to go about this though. 

According to the Amnesty International Report released in October 2016, Kenya was ranked top in Africa. Top in Extra judicial killings. It had a crazy figure of 122 killings in Kenya alone,out of 177 cases in Africa. 

Looking at the statistics, it’s really worrying. Mind you that was in 2016. I feel that it’s more worrying that these killings are perpetrated by the very people the public depends on. Yes, I agree that the gangs are a menace but these members are human beings like all of us. We don’t know what made them get into this life but I still feel that there’s a way they can be helped out of it. 

Human Rights ought to be protected no matter the situation. Looking at it from a cops perspective, the gang members might have retaliated and they felt safer by showing force. Okay but what next? 

The Eastleigh gang,  super power   will want to revenge their loss and that would mean that the people are not yet out of the woods. Just proving a point that instead of the public execution style of justice, why shouldn’t the authorities take a different rehabilitation approach?

But once again that’s my own opinion. What do you think? 

Do you  believe that justice delayed is justice denied or an opportunity for sound and reasonable handling of a societal problem? 




Superiority complex kicks in… 

struggle evident in the flag
2017. A very significant year in Kenya. It’s 5am queueing time…. Election year. As expected everyone is now a political analyst to their clueless friends, including me. We criticize every aspirant running for any democratic elected seat but that’s because we want the best leaders for us. I guess…. 

Kenyan elections have been known for their history making no doubt marred with ups and downs. No Kenyan can forget the most darkest time of all not excluding the Coup, terrorist attacks that spilled innocent blood….  The 2007-2008 Post Election Violence. A tough time for everyone who witnessed or fell victim of it. 

That’s the time we all witnessed the darkness TRIBALISM carries. Friends, neighbors, Kenyans turning on each other just because of a mere excuse.. TRIBE and the dangerous SUPERIORITY COMPLEX.  No need of going into details of what really transpired.. It’s a painful memory to forget. 

The 42tribes in Kenya live in harmony with each other but I never get the change when it comes to elections.  The superiority complex kicks in.  Leaders we trust feel that they are better than their opponents and they in the end decide to carry with them in wars, ‘ their people ‘    This my good people isn’t the way to go anymore don’t you agree? 

After election dust settles we again in unison decide that we should never again go back to such practices. Good decision right there and I applaud each and everyone of us for that. Slogans come up and we live by those slogans until….. The next elections.  Again what we had fought so hard to extinguish is back.  Verbal tribal wars, incitement and the complex. It’s election year so what?  That doesn’t mean we have the right to once again refer to each other by our tribes. 

Just the other day I passed through the famous Tom Mboya statue in Nairobi and I was shocked.  I find a crowd gathered listening to some guy talking about our Riftvalley brothers and sisters. I detest tribe classification so I didn’t sit and listen to what the delusional guy was saying but I was shocked.  The guts of this to stand in the middle of town and talk about how bad a certain tribe is and more shocking is the number of the audience.  These guys are taking us back to Egypt.  That land we as Kenyans never want to go back to.  

As in why can’t we all practice our political enthusiasm and affiliations at the ballot? Support whichever side that tickles your fancy politically and keep to yourself about it?  I stand as a proud Kenyan and detest what these paid goons out there are trying to do. We have had alot of bloodshed and suffering and some of our friends, neighbors are still going through the trauma and pain of what happened.  Why return us? 

Let’s all take a chill 💊 pill and practice our National Anthem  and sobriety..  Remember that  Kenya Ni Wewe Na Mimi!!! 



On to serious matters now. For a while I’ve been doing a follow up on these NGOs that are constantly popping up in every corner of this country. I believe that each and every one of those organizations have a mission to accomplish and their work is clearly positive no complaints.  

Then there are the organizations that are 100% fighting for the rights of our girl child. They’re vigorous in their activities be it CSR or peaceful protests for girls and women.  Everywhere and everyone is fighting for the girls. Where do we as the Boy Child come in? 

If you would allow me to go back in the days, a family getting male children was a joy  in a community. The presence of a boy symbolized the continuation of a legacy, family name, a generation.  A male child was also added security in a family.  With the fathers away in the forest hunting, the boys are left to take care of the homestead, herding cattle, taking their younger sisters to the market and the stream. Boys were very important to a family as you can see. 

Well as they say, things do evolve. Here I not only limit imagination to technology.  I mean, the once pride of the family slowly became a burden to the same people who hailed them. How you may ask. It’s simple..  That strong boy turned man comes of age and decides that he too wants to get himself a family.  Marriage.  As a norm in many communities, the boy or man pays dowry to the girl’s family. This means that the bigger the number of boys, the more cows and goats the family needs to give out as dowry.. 

Boys were now viewed as a loss and people started embracing the girls that were fixed to the kitchen, house chores and children and they became a source of income for the family. True?  Girls got prepped and pampered by their mothers for the eventual result. Look good and educated for the husband. 

That was back then. Now the current situation is that NGOs are all armed guns blazing fighting for the human, social, economical rights of the girls and women. All out condemning early marriages for the sake of their education, condemning FGM acts countrywide. Before you decide to rule that I support FGM lemme make it clear.  I DON’T SUPPORT IT. 

My only question is where did our Boy Child go wrong? The community we live in now has abandoned the boys in all ways and ages. You disagree?  Well okay lemme explain. There has always been statistics that are released in the education sector during major examinations.  Current situation is that the girls have risen in number and  performance against the dropping status of the boys. 

We are happy that the girls are rising and doing better in class but where are the boys going? Going to families that have a humble struggling background for instance. This will mean that there’s the uncertainty of school fees. This will mean that the boys drop out of school and go back to the farm and livestock.  Worse still, humble background and let’s say four kids, two boys and two girls. Here the boys will have to sacrifice their education for the sake of their younger sisters in the name of securing a bright future. 

We see people contributing large sums of money to provide exercise books, pens and sanitary towels for girl schools. I mean let’s be serious here.. Does that mean that the boys in poor schools don’t use exercise books or the ball points? Well they don’t use sanitary towels alright but they use soap and towels right? The boy child is fighting alot of neglect issues but no one lifts a finger to right the wrong. The only thing they get is pressure from the parents with phrases like; ‘SOMA, PALE NJE HAKUNA HURUMA AMA CHA BURE ‘ <READ, OUT THERE THERE’S NO MERCY OR CHARITY ‘

The girls that are empowered, educated and employed will someday want to have their own families.  So in this situation who do they meet?  Remember those boys that dropped out of school for their sisters and are hustling out there doing odd jobs due to the only basic vowels they learnt in school ? Maybe she’ll be sympathetic towards the guy and decide to settle down with him but not because of what he can offer reasoning wise and financially but maybe the looks and masculinity to help out in the house heavy lifting. These are the same men out there that face husband battering from the original source no edits. To whom will he run to?  Left right women empowerment programs. The only place he can go is the ‘maendeleo ya wanaume ‘ programme which again is all shadowed by the other million and one women empowerment organizations. 

With all this neglect, the Boy Child is vulnerable and out on his own. This even with the constant presence of the parents who’ll by far pressure this young man oftenly leads to drugs. All eyes on him to be someone of value to the community pushes them to depression which is a crude ingredient for crime, drug abuse and final straw, SUICIDE. The ladies have received this attention from all over to an extent that the guys have to now work for them since they are the BOSSES 

I don’t know. I might have my own displaced school of thought but I’m sure that this will relate to someone or even help the birth of a Boy Child empowerment program too. So many boys and men out there are going through alot and due to our EGOS would not admit or even talk about it but imagine it for a second that there was someone who you as a guy would go to with your problem and they rehabilitate you and boost your confidence.  Just imagine how equal rights would apply right there.. They say life is a collage but BLACK AND WHITE is all we get…