Mr Speaker Sir, I now want to turn my attention to issues of law and order, which account for significant portion of the national budget. There is no reason spears should not replace guns and grenades, for if such armoury worked in the past, it should work in the future. In relation to that, we must empower elders’ place in the administration of justice, and elevate animal fines and sacrifice as a core component of the justice system. Needless to say, children would be home educated, invalidating the need for budgetary allocations to schools.
Mr Speaker Sir, all these activities will no doubt draw attention from far and wide, and naturally trigger a tide of tourists, with their dollars and euros, to come see Kenyans go about their lives in their most natural form.
Thank God for your column. I have always thought The Standard was pro-ODM and pro-Raila. But there’s nothing like biased, unbalanced or prejudiced reporting in your column. Just for the record, I thought other leaders also visited Moi Avenue scene of recent terror attack.
I want to comment on Musalia Mudavadi’s reported eloquence in your last week’s column. I wish to point out that presidency is more than just fluency or being a good usher. At best, Musalia will emerge third in the presidential race. He should consider running for county governor or senator’s seats.
I always enjoy your articles, but you are turning to an area that will drive many of your loyal readers away – politics. How could you castigate two presidential aspirants (Raila and Kalonzo) in your last week’s column?
I enjoyed your last week’s column on the toll that alcohol is taking on Central Province. I think you’re very talented. I especially love how you blend the truth with humour that leaves us informed and entertained at the same time. Keep up the good work.