CAPTION: The identities of the two men still remains unknown as Foreign Affairs CS and her grossly-incompetent foreign envoys are busy wasting our Taxpayers money on holidays, instead of working for Kenyans
The get rich quick mentality, peddled by mainstream media rodents and church leaders, who worship and glorify money and individuals of questionable backgrounds, is beginning to take a toll on the country.
Mainstream media rats have made it their preoccupation to accord unlimited airtime to people, not on the basic of content and character, but purely on the fact that they’ve been involved in scandals.
For instance, retiree Jeff Koinange was elevating NYS thief Ben Gethi, whose only claim to fame was bagging tenders and stealing from the Taxpayers. Julie Gichuru the MCheza bitch also launched “Who Owns Kenya” in a bid to sanitise historical thefts by prominent families in the country, including land grabbers like the Kenyatta’s, Goldenberg architects like the Ndegwa’s and the likes.
Then came the latter-day new money thieves like William Kabogo and Mike Sonko, who excited juvenile journalists with their spectacular show of wealth, accrued from illegal business like drug-trafficking, tax evasion, extortion, racketeering and the likes.
The same thieves were then guaranteed unlimited publicity by Church leaders, who have made it their core-business to accomodate thieves and even provide them with a chance to “address the congregants” with corrupt pastors trading their flock for cash.
The craze to be the next overnight millionaire is real, as feminists have programmed women to ensure that sex is done with financial incentives.
Reports reaching us indicate that two Kenyans were arrested yesterday, trying to smuggle alcohol in Saudi Arabia.
According to a Saudi website, the two men confessed that they had been paid about 7,000 SAR (about Sh 190, 000) to deliver the alcoholic drinks from Riyah to Jeddah province.
The two were transporting the whiskey in a biscuit and cooking oil company truck. They were arrested when police officers stopped them at security a check and ordered them to open up the truck.
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s first assignment in 2013 was reinstating the “Alcoblow” project, despite the glaring fact that he faces an alcoholism problem, to the extent of addressing press conferences and meetings with blood-shot eyes.
Such contradictory and hypocritical characters are very dangerous, just like members of the Saudi Royal Family, who drink and abuse drugs, while still enforcing alcohol bans in the country. The country has even banned women from driving or showing their hair, yet the Royal Princess dresses in designer outfits (without the hijab) and drives when she is in Europe.
Isn’t it a contradiction that an alcoholic-president’s first objective is to enforce a retrogressive “alcoblow” rule, whose main objective is to extort from drivers? Be wary of such characters who seek to control our lives.
Would you like to get published on this Popular Blog? You can now email Cyprian Nyakundi any breaking news, Exposes, story ideas, human interest articles or interesting videos on: [email protected] Videos and pictures can be sent to +254 710 280 973 on WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram.