WHEN THEY SAY HAPPY JAMHURI DAY… WHAT DO THEY MEAN? IS THIS THE RIGHT TIME TO WISH KENYANS HAPPY?

Jamhuri Day is ironic.

It is trueToday we are celebrating a day when Kenya became a republic. That is a,good thing. But I have seen all over politicians and government bodies sending posters written HAPPY JAMHURI DAY… what do they mean??

This is notthe time to tell Kenyans to be happy

Times when our medics are on strike and patients are succumbing to covid – 19, and all hospitals are not functional.

Times when the covid billionaires are scot free, enjoying the loot. Someone walks past KEMSA AND WINS a tender worth billions.

Times when politicians are imposing the change of the Constitution that mainly suit their interests.

Times when Kenyans have been warned of high taxation ahead,

Times When teachers hardship allowances in some gazetted zones have been scrapped and pension scheme to be deducted from their salaries.

Times when schools are not safe and most learners out of schools, when private school teachers have lost it all.

Times when a politician from Kigumo can boast of how she is able to influence recruiting of teachers via corruption yet millions of Kenyan youth are jobless.

Times when every Kenyan is on his own with no money in their pockets.

This is Jamhuri day of regrets. Regrets of our political choices. There is nothing to be happy about.

AmungaPeter

Published by MWALIMU Amunga Akhanyalabandu

Passionate about Advocacy on the REAWAKENING teachers in Kenya and reporting on the MULEMBE Nation. Having worked at the Kenya National Union OF TEACHERS in the advocacy department, I will be able to detail and explain about the welfare of teachers and their point of view on socio economic and political matters. Luhyia are the 2nd most populous ethnic group in Kenya. They are blessed with great land, topography, climate, resources and human Resource. We are also keen on Luhya Renaissance is about making the Mulembe People aware of their blessings, appreciating those blessings, defending them and putting them to proper use for the current and future generations.

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