Thursday, 4 December 2014

How Insecurity In Kenya is Partly Linked with Corruption | Waflay Post

How Insecurity In Kenya is Partly Linked with Corruption | Waflay Post

The ‘time to run’ has nothing to do with the circumstances behind the
actual action-running, but is has something to do with what we missed
or a failed action, a warning sign
that we ignored before becoming too hard for us to handle, that is when
we have to run; either to save time, or away from danger.

Likewise, we have other issues that haunt our lives because of
failure to take care of them during there initial stage. We all know
that in every action, there is always a reaction part of it, which we
have to deal with before recording a positive progress.

Sunday, 12 October 2014

Journey Into Earning Easy Money From Th eInternet | Waflay Post

Journey Into Earning Easy Money From Th eInternet | Waflay Post

 When I was still a newbie with online stuff, did so many things
before landing a dollar into my online bank.  I know I am not alone in

We all have landed in scam’s snare in one way or the other… It hurts
to know that the person was using your ability for his or her own gain.
Too late! You have to live with consequences with a lesson well learned.
Oops! Many PTCs fall under this category.

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

What Is Love?

What Is Love? 

Lesson From Love Story

A long time ago, there was a small boy who loved his best friend, a girl from the neighboring homestead.

They were good friends and spent most of their time together…only evening hours separated the two young love birds.

They grew up into maturity, knowing nothing about reality of love
because they were good friends and same goes to love. They ended up

One day an opportunity arose for the man, he got a job in a town… and
this forced them to move in town, away from their rural home.


Friday, 29 March 2013

CJ's Final Word on CORD Petition

Finally, the day is here, just hours before d-day!The greatest ruling in the history of Kenya's presidential election. On Saturday 30th, 2013 the Supreme Court will read the verdict on just concluded presidential petition hearing to determine the way forward for Kenya.

By now, some of the questions lingering in people's minds are: who actually won the March 4th, election? Was the whole exercise free and fair? What will happen just after Chief Justice's final say?

Don't worry, the clock is still ticking towards that hour. Just remember, we did our part, our politicians -leaders- have done their best, and now everything rests within the hand of the six Supreme Court Judges. We have to respect their verdict no matter what!

Life has to continue, we cannot force the impossible to become positive, or a tie in this case.

It is gonna be tough! It's gonna hurt and create life-time memories and agony in many people's heart and mind. Just be ready for anything.

For those who will celebrate the outcome of this petition, do it in respectful manner. Be wise, do not overdo what you can not handle.

Kenya is greater than every Kenyan out there!

Friday, 22 February 2013

Decision March 4th: Choose a Leader not a Politician

Kenya being a country with people from different ethnic backgrounds, it is easy to identify a national leader from the majority- ethnic leaders. 

By Choosing a Leader, We Free Ourselves From Impunity
The first thing that is helpful for you as a voter is to stay a far from the wave of tribalism. Just have some time alone. Think smart and let your mind rest on all the aspirants present for nomination.
Secondly, ask yourself a simple question, should I consider myself first or a Kenyan out there who has no opportunity to make change? If you go by your conscience as a human, a citizen of Kenya, you would make a wiser decision by choosing the best person who would unify all Kenyans. 

Anyway, that was just about preparations.

Now let us focus on aspirants, especially those seeking presidential post. As you have seen, none of them can admit being a failure even though they all have been in public offices performing different duties. We saw them! The first four: one is the Prime minister of Kenya and the other two are his deputies. Only one person is in another ministry, but in the same government.

In all eight aspirants, we have those that are fit and those that we don't know much about. However, for one to be a public national leader, he/she should have certain qualities that distinguish an individual from the rest.

We have a Bukusu saying that when translated goes ‘Sweetness of something is bred from childhood.’ These are clear set of words that draws us back to the person’s background, his/her duties in office, public relations and ability to cope with pressure. 

A good leader should be able control; his/her close allies, then the party and lastly the nationwide support. A leader should also teach his/her followers -by leading as an example- on how to behave against other competitors. A rowdy crowd of supporters is just a reflection of poor leadership!

Social media in Kenya is a battle field for political rivalry. Indirect involvements, intimidation, pointing an accusation fingers on each other, exchange of bitter words in public are a few things that have hit political spot-light recently.  For voter, this should be a platform to determine a leader from pretenders. 

Ethnic politics has taken centre stage and the critical role in Kenyan presidential elections. As the country heads for elections in March 4th, the more we should be vigilant politically about leaders that we want to elect for the top seat. 

Remember, we should not be ladders for someone’s personal ambitions, rather, be a team player for better national development.

I Hate Evil!