A porn clip involving two staffers of the Royal Media Services Group that went viral in 2011, showed exactly what sex-for-jobs means in corporate Nairobi.
Back at the time, Davie was a full-time employee while the lady in question was an intern. Ironically, the lady was promptly dismissed but Davie Pornstar was retained.
From the lowest cadre to the highest levels of jobs, women are forced to part their legs (or in this case, bend over) so as to attain professional or financial progression.
The same “kept” ladies then go to flaunt on Instagram or on Twitter how God has “blessed” them, yet we all know the concessions they’ve made to be where they are.
The productivity and output has been grossly compromised, with Kenya no longer a viable provider of human resource and manpower in the highly-competitive globalised world.
Kenya performs poorly in development of future skills and know-how, says a new assessment on human capital, throwing a huge challenge on policy making to the government. The report ranks Kenya 78 out of 130 countries surveyed, with an overall score of 59.48.
When you create a Government and Corporate environment that consciously stifles genuine talent and opts to elevate based on cronyism, nepotism and any other isms, then the net-effect on national output will be catastrophic.
Why we want Uhuru to vacate Statehouse is because he has entrenched myopia, transferred from his illiterate mother’s thinking into national policy.
In the corporate world, women who sleep with directors or bosses always have their way. Men who have the skills and ability to deliver are consciously suppressed. A sad state of affairs.
Despite the rather obvious fact that bloggers like myself have influence and audiences, there is an active narrative by corporate operatives to belittle this, because I pose a risk to their jobs and ultimately their relevance.
The net-effect of conspiratorial suppression is diminished productivity. When Caroline Mutoko goes door-to-door to various corporate offices on an anti-Nyakundi campaign, she ultimately puts the country on a path of destruction, because the void will be filled by incompetence and mediocrity.
It’s a pity that Kenya cannot be like America. Instagram bloggers who use unconventional marketing campaigns are extremely successful because the country is not controlled from the prism of suppressing talent.
In Kenya, it is mistakenly assumed that by blocking someone, the supposed benefit to him will by default, spread to you. Far from it.
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