President Uhuru Kenyatta has today appointed, nope, regargitated the old folks by giving them jobs at the National Land Commission (NLC).
The youthful president that Kenya has ever had is not moving away from his script. He has done this time and again, without flinching.
He doesn’t care because the youth are always told and have bought the maxim, ‘the future belongs to the youths’.
So the Kenyan youth sits still waiting for things to change.
The lawyer Miguna Miguna has often called on Kenyans to do a million-person-march and see the change that will sweep this nation.
But the tribalists that are Kenyans, better suffer under their own tribesmen. Pity.
Firms have been closing shop, the latest (we don’t support betting) is 400 people from SportPesa have been rendered jobless.
Mediamax has declared all staff redundant, Royal Media Services (RMS) is also planning to send staff home startij with the sales department. Phew!
We’ve covered incidences of bad working conditions in Kenyan firms under Slavery in Kenya series; we’ve also shared job loss stories under the Unemployment Crisis in Kenya series.
NOTHING WILL CHANGE!
Things might change if the entire Jubilee government resigns, a caretaker is appointed in its stead, but only if Kenyans show that they are tired, they are suffering and that it is enough. Without showing that you are suffering, ‘they will kill you and if you don’t protest they will say you enjoyed it’.
The port city of Mombasa is turning into a Ghost city as jobs prospects dwindle due to a railway that we shall never be able to repay. Today a woman was forced to strip naked so as to force the SGR colonialists (chinese) to return her packed foods for her kids. The Chinese are forcing Kenyans to buy foods that benefit the Chinese inside the SGR.
Uhuru Na Kazi
The above was Uhuru Kenyatta’s campaign slogan in the 2002 presidential elections, but what he has delivered after rigging himself in in 2013 has been the opposite. Am Laughing Out Loud (LOL)
Quick fact is that over 2 million small ad medium enterprises (businesses) have closed shop since 2013.
Below are some links to wake Kenyans up:
Thieves everywhere, the Trade Unions have failed to protect workers.
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