Kenyans on social media thinks that the hashtags are enough.
After so many job losses, Kenyans on Twitter are running the #SaveMyJob hashtag on Twitter instead of petitioning to remove the Jubilee Government.
It is a toll order but social media strategy is dead on arrival.
The thing is, Kenyans chose to live on their knees instead of dying on their feet.
There’s no way a government that has continuously flouted various court orders understands the language of social media. It would’ve been better if social media is used to organize petitions, peaceful assemblies, picketing rallies and demonstrations that are peaceful in order to call out the government for neglect, lack of jobs, mismanagement and idolatry.
Leaders worship money and it is a free for all moment where even a department head is such useless ministry as that of Tourism will steal from the budget allocated in his or her department without much care.
Love has departed the hearts of many in this Kenya, especially the leaders.
In the end then, only the poor suffer more because it is easier to get mugged anywhere no matter your status in this Nairobi, as youths think stealing and gambling is an economic activity.
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.
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