Good things are happening in
I do not think Kimunya can sell such a landmark hotel like Grand Regency alone and my hope is that other big and small figures who might have participated even in the least way will come tumbling down soon. That’s the new
Recent happenings on the political scene have really sharpened the Kenyan people’s antennae. Young people in the past assumed that politics is uncool and for the elderly. Not any more. Thanks to civil education and campaigns targeting them, they have since realized that what happens in political circles has a direct effect on the destiny of their beloved country. They’re now putting decision makers to task and even vying for political office. That’s another step forward.
We cannot put every misfortune that strikes
Political figures aside, we’re also witnessing the hauling to court of hitherto untouchable rich men. It’s never good manners to laugh at someone else’s misfortune but I rather liked the idea of a forlorn looking Chris Kirubi in court a few weeks back. Makes you wonder just what some of these guys want. Is Kirubi not already super rich? With different streams that will keep the cash flowing his way for God knows how long? Why then would he tarnish his reputation for what must be loose change to him? For some of these people you get the impression that they’re challenging fate. They’ve made it in life, they bored and the next option is to get mischievous. After all mtadoo? Now they’re getting to know what we will do.
I’m loving this!!