Welcome Home POTUS

Obeezy is coming home!! Yeap that didn’t sound right.. rephrase.. The President of The United States of America, Mr Barack Obama is coming home.
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Its a milked topic i know. But the excitement of the fact that he is a sitting US president who is coming with the full force of his protocol and safety just makes it abundantly milkable.

From the marine 1 to the massive helicopter escorts of the marine 1 to the beast and the subsequent massive SUV escorts of the beast. It is indeed a spectacle to behold.

Now onto the grass, sorry, i meant the supposedly-nonexistent-butwillbeabletogrowintime-grass. The grass will probably not be able to handle the pressure being piled upon it and even after Obama is gone, it will be immediately forgotten and all the love it is getting at the moment, the constant watering, the constant addition of fertilizer will disappear.

We all know this. As soon the US president gets back in Airforce 1 and departs JKIA, all the street families will be spilled back onto the streets from where they being detained.
It is a sad statement, but it is the reality.

Now to those complaining about traffic jams in the CBD and Thika road on the three days of his excellency’s visit should grow some patriotic apples in their front lawn.

Calm your pumpkins down for just 3 days, it will not be the end of the world if you get late. And I am quite confident in daring to say that even if you are late the directors will most likely understand the situation. And if not, then your bosses are prinkles, and that you should quit.

Forgive me for the random food analogies, I’m just hungry and it’s approaching lunchtime over here.

Onto merrier matters. Kenyatta University will host POTUS and not UON. That must have been a bitter and large pill to swallow for mzee Babu. The better for us at KU though, bragging rights for decades.

Welcome home, POTUS. Usituletee ujaluo yako lakini 😀

The ‘Serikali Saidia’ Menace.

HELP YOURSELVES! And yes, the Capital letters mean I am angrily shouting at you right now.

Focus on You.
Focus on You.

We as a nation have been, for years, taken for a ride by politicians as they, since independence, have been strategically blinding us with political storms and propaganda to capture our attention and only focus on them and not our own individual growth.

And the media has been very effective in propagating this menace.

Why have we been duped so easily? That every time something goes wrong we have to ask the government to do this, oh government do that. We have to wake up! In the fundamental philosophy of a democracy, we as the citizens of this country are the government. What are we doing then asking the government for this and for that and for every other resource that we as a people have mandate upon?

I want to pose a test for us. This is a test that i want every Kenyan to take on. This is not an election year, there are no significant elections to be held. So do this.

At the very mention of politics, i just want you to block it out or change the subject. Block all political news, propaganda, or talks and focus entirely on family and finance. Specifically your family and your finance.

Accept this test and do it and I assure you 110% that your life and that of your family will have experienced significant change in the way you live and the position of financial stability in your home will definitely improve.

Just block the politics out. Its not that hard now is it? We have to realise that we do not have time for petty political talks that end up culminating into nothingness! It is a waste of precious time for us as a nation. Time that could have been used to develop businesses, to develop trade relations, to develop family finance values.

Let them talk to themselves. We pay them millions of shillings to talk politics. That is their job. Let them not drag us into it. We have no time or patience for political rallies and their campaigning all the time. Let them wait for the election period. Let them leave us in peace so that we can work and be able to fend for ourselves and improve our livelihoods too.

Time is money my fellow Kenyans. Please use it wisely.