Sometimes I think our weakest quality as Kenyans is that we forget too quickly. Right now we are forgetting the violence that ripped our country apart by going ahead and doing the same thing. Will we ever learn, will we ever realize that a repeated mistake will generate repeated consequences. Are we ready to bury 1,500 people for nothing, are we ready to have 3,0o0 innocent women raped for nothing. Kenya, my message is simple: LET”S NOT FORGET
Hello again! Taking our journey of patriotism through another leg. Todays message is as simple as cn be. I have noticed that many a time guys just like simple messages reminding them of who they are, well today I make it simple. My Code is +254. And oh… it comes in two colours, Red or Green! Enjoy
The GREEN version
The RED Version
Hi guys. We continue with our series. Todays wallpaper is reminding us to speak about our stand for peace as we head to the election. Its not enough to just sit back, let the speech bubbles remind us that we need to speak for the cause of peace. Download, Enjoy and Share.
Hey guys, its been a busy week, hence the back to back posts, but its all good. Today I borrow a familiar look and tweak it for home. Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) has done a heartwrenching video to remind us of what had happened. I didnt even know that the guy was arrested, the dude is just courageous. Anywhooo, I got so moved with his piece I decided to do a plain 2013 wallpaper reminding us that we only live once and therefore lets vote peacefully.
Greetings Folks. We continue with our series on PeaceMaker, an initiative to campaign for peace as we move closer toward the general election in Kenya. Today is a simple message to count the cost. We paid for violence with our lives, homes, businesses and so much more. Today, lets be reminded that the cost of a peaceful election will always be cheaper, yes, it will cost us, but we will definitely not be paying with our lives.
We continue with our series on Peace as we build up to the general election. Todays message is simple, that if we must fight, lets fight for peace.
You must admit. Kenyans on Twitter aka #KOT are a special bunch. I was privileged to be part of a trending topic #KOTAgainstMPBonus that championed against Kenyan MPs from adding themselves hefty pay packages. This move was so bold that the President followed suit and declined the bill. Today, I decided it would be in order to dedicate this post to them. In it I say something simple.
#KOT, I believe we can make this country a better place to live in!