I take this rare opportunity to invite readers to the blog, "BIRD'S EYE VIEW". This blog provides a platform for discussing topical issues that affect our society on a day to day basis. These may be social, economic, political or religious issues; only that we intend to take this a notch higher by scrutinising the... Continue Reading →
I take this rare opportunity to invite readers to the blog, “BIRD’S EYE VIEW”. This blog provides a platform for discussing topical issues that affect our society on a day to day basis. These may be social, economic, political or religious issues; only that we intend to take this a notch higher by scrutinising the story behind the story and encouraging people to not only think outside the box but discard the box altogether.
This way, we will allow our minds to freely soar to greater heights, up to a point where we start seeing things from a clearer point of view – a Bird’s Eye View. To achieve this, we must rise together to a higher pedestal and deliberately allow ourselves to become free thinkers.
Besides political opinion, I will also be providing exquisite pieces on a wide range of areas including sports, lifestyle, health…
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After his triumphant entry into Parliament in 1992, Hon.Obwocha teamed up with other young and smart opposition politicians, in Jaramogi Oginga Odinga's Ford Kenya, such as Raila Odinga, the late Kijana Wamalwa, Jim Orengo, Mukhisa Kituyi and Prof. Anyang' Nyong'o, just to name but a few, to give dictator Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi sleepless nights.
Listen guys, the law is totally blind to physical attributes of any culprit and too much sentimentalism. Whether ugly or angelically beautiful, they all get treated equally before the law. The courts will only analyze facts surrounding the crime in question, in order to establish the motive of the suspect beyond reasonable doubt. Stabbing a person once might be an accident but 25 times, NO! That's premeditated murder. Kitchen knives are not kept in the bedroom. She knew exactly what she wanted to do when she went for that knife.
When will Kenyans wake to the reality that there is no messianic figure, who will come from outside, to change the status quo in this country? After every five years, we wake up at dawn to elect known thieves, drug barons and incorrigibly corrupt individuals to high office, just because they come from our tribes, then we expect people from outside the country to help us! How?
I rushed back to the hospital and sat by her bedside. As I nervously held the feeble poor little thing in my hands, too many thoughts raced through my mind. Tears stung my eyes, but I fought them back. Where I come from, men don't cry in public since It's considered a sign of weakness - a taboo. At least, that's what we grew up knowing.