When people had jobs in kenya very nostalgic.

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When people had jobs in kenya very nostalgic.

Unread post by okoths72 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:17 am

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U5PzcbOkDMo

I remember as a kid Nairobi was very clean tourist were all over the place, shops were not barricaded with grills like today.

Thieves were very few coz Patrick Shaw decimated the few that showed up in town.
Ukabila was minimal and very citizen was viewed as a proper kenyan not second class.

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Unread post by RV Heavy hitter! » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:10 pm

okoths72 wrote:
Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:17 am
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U5PzcbOkDMo

I remember as a kid Nairobi was very clean tourist were all over the place, shops were not barricaded with grills like today.

Thieves were very few coz Patrick Shaw decimated the few that showed up in town.
Ukabila was minimal and very citizen was viewed as a proper kenyan not second class.
Are you saying Moi was the best President?
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Unread post by okoths72 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:40 pm

GEMA media and GEMA NGOs and preachers like njoya made lots of Kenyans to believe that moi was the worst.
Uhuru is a total flop.

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Unread post by RV Heavy hitter! » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:44 pm

okoths72 wrote:
Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:40 pm
GEMA media and GEMA NGOs and preachers like njoya made lots of Kenyans to believe that moi was the worst.
Uhuru is a total flop.
Are you implying that President Moi was the best?
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Unread post by pj wa njambi » Fri Jan 05, 2018 3:33 pm

Okoth, we still have jobs and Nairobi is still a great city. Iĺl hook you up if you are jobless...lakini uache uzembe na kunung´unika. Happy new yr bro. 8-)

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U5PzcbOkDMo

I remember as a kid Nairobi was very clean tourist were all over the place, shops were not barricaded with grills like today.

Thieves were very few coz Patrick Shaw decimated the few that showed up in town.
Ukabila was minimal and very citizen was viewed as a proper kenyan not second class.
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Unread post by Jackal » Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:27 am

Okoths indeed there was a time before your ilk started to flood the city after escaping Ojinga induced poverty in luo Nyanza and western Kenya. Since then Nairobi is dirty over crowded and full of lazy shiftless people. But some of us still work hard and make the city run that is why you are still here.
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Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:17 am
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U5PzcbOkDMo

I remember as a kid Nairobi was very clean tourist were all over the place, shops were not barricaded with grills like today.

Thieves were very few coz Patrick Shaw decimated the few that showed up in town.
Ukabila was minimal and very citizen was viewed as a proper kenyan not second class.
Faith, like a jackal, feeds among the tombs, and even from these dead doubts she gathers her most vital hope.

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Unread post by Hummer » Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:07 pm

After Raila led attempted coup and looting that followed that’s when heavy grills and barricades started appearing to protect the stores from looting. It all gets back to Raila violence.
okoths72 wrote:
Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:17 am
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U5PzcbOkDMo

I remember as a kid Nairobi was very clean tourist were all over the place, shops were not barricaded with grills like today.

Thieves were very few coz Patrick Shaw decimated the few that showed up in town.
Ukabila was minimal and very citizen was viewed as a proper kenyan not second class.

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Unread post by walahu » Sun Jan 07, 2018 3:04 pm

okoths72 wrote:
Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:17 am
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U5PzcbOkDMo

I remember as a kid Nairobi was very clean tourist were all over the place, shops were not barricaded with grills like today.

Thieves were very few coz Patrick Shaw decimated the few that showed up in town.
Ukabila was minimal and very citizen was viewed as a proper kenyan not second class.
I remember this njaruo kid that joined our class in standard 5. His name was Okoth, an orphan, could not even speak Kiswahili or English. Was apparently sent over by relatives in njaruo lands to go live with his uncle in Naii-rRobii (Parklands Railway quarters).
There was this sad but an embarrassing incident that occurred during his very first days at our school, when he was asked to stand up and come infront of the class and explain why he had relieved himself (kojoa) in the school yard as opposed to using the toilet facilities in the school. This was very insensitive of our kyukuyo teacher, but also very embarrassing for all that witnessed, more so to Okoth, who struggled constructing simple expressions in either Kiswahili or English. This of course promoted the teacher to ask Omondi, a fellow nairobians of njaruo decent, to come forth and translate.. it's then and there it dawned upon us that these people are very different from the rest of Kenyans💩
I remember Omondi telling Okoth, "kikirae kiwanja".."usikojoe kiwanjani"🙊🙊🙊
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Unread post by okoths72 » Mon Jan 08, 2018 3:43 am

Fake story there is no Luo who could not speak English :lol: :lol: :lol:
Those days even illiterate luos could speak better English than those kikuyu teachers.
walahu wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 3:04 pm
okoths72 wrote:
Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:17 am
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U5PzcbOkDMo

I remember as a kid Nairobi was very clean tourist were all over the place, shops were not barricaded with grills like today.

Thieves were very few coz Patrick Shaw decimated the few that showed up in town.
Ukabila was minimal and very citizen was viewed as a proper kenyan not second class.
I remember this njaruo kid that joined our class in standard 5. His name was Okoth, an orphan, could not even speak Kiswahili or English. Was apparently sent over by relatives in njaruo lands to go live with his uncle in Naii-rRobii (Parklands Railway quarters).
There was this sad but an embarrassing incident that occurred during his very first days at our school, when he was asked to stand up and come infront of the class and explain why he had relieved himself (kojoa) in the school yard as opposed to using the toilet facilities in the school. This was very insensitive of our kyukuyo teacher, but also very embarrassing for all that witnessed, more so to Okoth, who struggled constructing simple expressions in either Kiswahili or English. This of course promoted the teacher to ask Omondi, a fellow nairobians of njaruo decent, to come forth and translate.. it's then and there it dawned upon us that these people are very different from the rest of Kenyans💩
I remember Omondi telling Okoth, "kikirae kiwanja".."usikojoe kiwanjani"🙊🙊🙊

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Unread post by Logan » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:41 am

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Meanwhile, as WSR and The Mois sit on Millions ransacked from Gok Treasury...... :(

More than 10,000 Baringo children may drop out of school due to drought that results in acute water and food shortages.

Another 30,000 residents are facing starvation, the main reason being crop failure due to prolonged droughts. There have also been claims of political interference with the government's response.

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Children of Cheptigit Primary School in Baringo North sub-county, who boycotted learning and were seen trekking miles in the Kerio Valley
to fetch water, January 8, 2017. /Joseph Kangogo


A spot check by the Star on Monday found Baringo North residents grappling with poverty, hunger and water shortage.

Pupils of 30 schools across the county had not reported back. Many spend their time helping their parents with chores which include herding animals, trekking long distances to fetch water from seasonal rivers and collecting wild fruits due to lack of food.

Reuben Aengwo, a parent at Cheptigit Primary school in Kabosgei, Kerio location, said half of the pupils were still at home.

“The school once had class eight pupils but due to harsh drought, learning is only up to class three. All those in the upper classes dropped out."

Aengwo said their crops failed, during the drought from last July, and that thousands of livestock died.

“These are our main sources of livelihood. The worsening situation also makes it difficult for parents to pay their children's secondary school fees."

He appealed to the government for a school feeding programme in arid and semi-arid areas so children can continue learning.

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Kabosgei location Chief Richard Chepcheng said the government promised to intervene but that there had been delays.

Chepcheng urged parents to take their children to school, saying everything will be done to keep them there.

Joshua Cheptarus, who is Baringo executive secretary of the Kenya National Union of Teachers, said tutors should help mobilise pupils who dropped out and encourage those still in school.

“Their future is at risk so leaders should see to it that each one of them remains in school.

Affected schools in Tiaty sub-county and along the Kerio Valley include Maramar, Ayatya, Marigut, Kukui, Turbei, Kinyach, Chesangich, Cheptigit, Kampinyasi, Kombosang, Kapterit, Torlokwonin and Murterit.

Those in Baringo North include Yatya, Chemoe, Kalabata, Kapturo, Chepkesin, Kapkomon, Rondinin, Chepkoi, Chepkwel and Moinonin.

In Baringo South, Arabal, Kapndasum, Nyimbei, Chebinyiny, Kiserian, Sirata and Eldume schools were among those affected.
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