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Taking of Illegal Narcotics in Kenya has reached alarming proportions. People take Illegal Narcotics in Kenya for various reasons. Some just started as a joke with their peers, others out of mischief or boredom, frustrations especially in these harsh economic times, others started on them as prescription drugs and others because they have graduated to harder narcotics to have the desired effect.
A bigger chunk of our preconditioned mindsets, loves the idea of watching a particular kind of game in the World of Sports. When we are lazy to participate in the eSports, we are ardent supporters of a particular football team, say Arsenal or a fun of the Red devils. It’s really amazing and shocking in equal measures how the World of Sports can turn most of us extremely crazy and taken away with stupor.
Ceremonial thinkers without an execution plan are as good as disaster itself. Many a times word has been renting around the air in formal and informal pronouncement, that disaster is looming right at our doorsteps, what shocks, is the way each one of us casually is responsive or non responsive. It obviously appears that none of us is seriously willing or ready to embrace Disaster Preparedness. As mentioned elsewhere in this site, people in this amazing country should not continue suffering.
His life had virtually screeched to a halt when he lost all his earthly possessions to the Post Election Violence associated with the elections of 2007, but a miraculous encounter with a church organization in Nakuru slums led to a turnaround in David Kamaus fortunes. What had gone wrong with our amazing country?, its the hope of all that a repeat of the Post Election Violence should not be experience again.
The Post Election Violence that rocked the country in the year 2007 and the resultant wanton destruction of life and property is a phenomenon Kenyans, indeed the entire world would love to completely erase from their memories. Victim like David Kamau the vivid memories and images of the insane attacks meted out to them and their property, as the turmoil thickened, keep haunting their minds unbidden, the Post Election Violence was a horror that should never be repeated.
Prior to the Post Election Violence, Kamau, 29 had already curved the right niche for himself as a shrewd potato trader in Kuresoi. Twice a week he would hire a lorry to transport dozens of sacks of potatoes to Nairobi for sale.