Arise to Glory Oh Kenya
I wish i would scribe a letter to the founding fathers of my nation,men and women who staked their life for the prosperity of this beautiful country,having in mind a generation that would come after theyre long gone,but still mindful of their well stay.[autoad]
However,their dream may remain a dream,unless a great wind of change comes and scrubbs off the great magnitude of mercilesness and selfishness painted all over the land.
No man would watch a dream,even in their most horrific nights of whats happening today,worst of it all is that its not a dream but a reality.
How bad does it feel,or well satisfied do the men and women engaged in the business of poisoning innocent citizens,children full of valour and dreams of a great life have?
It gives lose grip for pride, a sense of misplacement to hear of the ill practice being played on a basic commodity,consumed by almost every household,day in day out.Why poison us?
The sugar saga is just but a fruit of the long sang song of corruption.
There are so many questions in the mind of the citizen that time will prove how less attended he is.
Who thought of such an idea,where was his or her conciousness,who does such an act?
To any man and office that would stand in the watch of this nation and claim their love and loyalty to Kenya,move and get the people engaged in this saga.Get them brought into records and take measures that match the risk that they have exposed innocent Kenyans to.
It is time for the country to pause and think about tommorrow.Especially to the honored men and women in power.Who shall vote you in if we allow hooligans to bring down a whole generation for the interests of their bellies?
To the authorities put in place and vested power by the constitution of the republic of Kenya,make your claws sharper than they ever were,go the servants way as it should be to safeguard the interest of that poor kenyan in the countryside grinding so hard to make ends meet.
If we stay watching as her peple go down,what shall we answer to the next generation,if there be a chance of their being?
I ask,where is the safe place for Wanjiku?
The well being of this favoured nation is in the hands of every citizen,regardless of their position and economic class.
Everyones eyes should serve to see that no evil man or woman finds a place to thrive in iniquity.
No one should claim to be loyal and patriotic if he or she can sit so comfortable in the sight of people planning and moving boldly into such ill practices of violation of human rights and misuse of public finance.
For the persons,actively or inactively engaged,in not only ‘sweetening’ sugar with heavy metals with full knowledge of the risk of very dangerous diseases and complications,but also misuse of public resources,slow down and take a pause.
Think of a time when the same move you do to innocent people will come in search for you.We wish you no ill,but we say that you cant do such a practice and go free,even in the case that the law and the watchmen close their eyes on you.
To the bodies entrusted in safeguarding the commodities taken in by citizens,keep your both feet on the ground,and your mace lifted up high to crush any man or woman that minds less of his or her country people.
A big thankyou to the M.D of KeBS Charles Ongwae and the Director of criminal investigations just to mention a few players.If the efforts and reports that give hope to the citizens are true,be sure to receive your reward.In the same vein,give your eyes no sleep until the safety of wananchi is guaranteed.
To my fellow citizens all over the country,lets not lose our faith yet,the coals might be hotter than our torn shoes could bear,but hope will keep us moving.
I look foward for a morning that the sun shall rise on the East,but the disheartening news of embezzlement of funds and contraband products shall be long forgotten in the darkness of the night.
When that Kenyan in the ghetto shall rise up with new strength to pick up his hustle and place food on the table,with no fear that the shilling paid to the king shall be moved by his servants to a far land and be left with nothing in his country for his and childrens generation.
When that scholar in the school shall feel the push to work smart and bring positive change in the corporate world,knowing that he or she will not be closed out for having lean pockets.
When our doctors shall find a renewal of strength and morale every morning to attend to the sick in well stocked and furnished hospitals.
When the streets shall be free from strikes,and left for a walk after a day’s hustle to wonder at the beauty of the sunset in the praise of hygiene.
When Kenya shall live up to her glory,and the sleeping giants shall turn,with full assurance that their blood was not tread upon in mockery.
The Kenya that her praise will rise in all the world,and all nations parade to see her flourish.