#Kenyanism can be defined by all manners of prevalent habits and trends some too enshrined in our overzealous nature to comprehend change.
A master of #Kenyanism can be classified as a person who cannot live away from Kenya given the benefits and trends that make Kenya impossible to be away from.
Only in Kenya a free market state, where price is the sellers business and buying the consumers do we find mutumba being bought even by the classiest of gentlemen and women. Notwithstanding we have the resource to build our own textile industries.
Only in Kenya are we lied to by politicians but still find a way to vote them in as leaders, they remain politicking leaders following some old-school fifty rules of power manual that needs amendments.
Only in Kenya does a governor slap a Women representative and claim infringement on his biological sacred space, remains in office and insist on suing, NKT!
Only in Kenya do we enjoy chapati beans “madondo” at small and big kibanda joints and walk proud tooth picking.
Only in Kenya do we buy Anglo-leasing scandals in exchange of treasury bonds worth billions yet Kenyans remain hungry and unemployed.
Only in Kenya do we have Mpango wa Kandos pushing for equal rights in a family that is not there to requisition.
Only in Kenya do we get great content from superb entities but not limited to Larry Madowo, AM Live and Jeff Koinange for doing it for Kenyans.
Only in Kenya do we share a country of 42 tribes, sharing more during crisis periods yet still forget each other when power hunting. Only in diaspora Kenya do we find peace and unity in being Kenyan yet regain ethnicity once at JKIA.
Only in Kenya are we Kenyans for Kenya. We remain Kenyans, a proud Kenyan Nation, full of vibrant and intellectual peace loving countrymen of old and new hoping that one day Kenya will be for Kenyans.
Healing Blends Global in conjunction with Uzima University Medical School will conduct a Sickle Cell double-blind study in Kisumu, Kenya. The study will evaluate the effectiveness of Even Flo, an all-natural supplement, in reducing the frequency of crises in sickle cell patients. This study will...