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Gaitho got it wrong

In response to today's article in the daily nation on gay marriages and the consequent denouncement of the prime ministers move to arrest gays, I beg to disagree with Macharia Gaitho's view on the same. 

 To the argument of Gaitho you are termimng the vice imaginary and no one can be liable for any action related or associated to it.Am sure at the time you were writing this article with the expertise and the experience you have in journalism you did not ascertained the fact that the number of gays and lesbins in kenya is othe rise.Already, for your information a body is in place to fight for the rights of the gays and lesbians living in kenya dubbed the gay and lesbian coalition of kenya.

Mr gaitho you would better listen to your conscience and learn to know that gaysm is not an imaginary act and its an of fence to practice it in Kenya.

Mr odinga could as well have succumbed to pressure from the clergy to stress the fact the new constitution do not  legitimize gaysm and the affiliate practices to speed up the snail -pace constitutional implementation process.

sex against the order of the nature is currently punishable according to the new constitution to a jail term of up to 14 years.

Instead of being the first to denounce the prime minister's utterances i bet you would have been the first to invent ways of handling the western vice that is already marauding the African culture with speed.                                                                              

( macharia Gaitho is are reknownn journalist and a columnist with the nation media group in kenya)

Monday, November 29, 2010

an article based on the no allies during the campaign on the new constitution mid this year 2010

Listening to the deluge of complaints the no faction is unceasingly leveling against the proposed law one finds
most of the argument unreasonable.what one manages at least to gather is their collective motive and object of standing in the way of reform.

The factions are basically two and the reasons why they are objected to the enactment of the document are different.yet they have united tentatively since their goal is one..what depresses a  patriotic citizen is their arguments which are hardly based on truth.

As we speak ,the clergy an d the political allies in the no camp are out stoutly confusing citizens through lies .A priest in Kisii for instance  shamelessly told the flock recently that the proposed constitution would  see the  arrest of all aged men if the installment come to pass.It is odd that such fallacy still exist in the church.

In the other hand ,politicians who are without doubt out to protect their selfish interest are at work crusading that the constitution would be the citizens  greatest undoing which i bet is not true.

In all, they have resorted to propaganda under the guise of the altruism.if one wants to oppose something let him do son with a clear conscience or reform will end up in as an   abstraction.
                                                                                          Konyango Odhiambo Henry,Kenya Poly Varsity

news item on the day of graduation of kenya poly university college 2010

 
 
Degree
By Henry Onyango
 
 
 
    Diploma graduands from other technical training institutes  (TTIs) shall soon be offered a chance for admission of Bachelor of Technology programmes in the Kenya Polytechnic University College.The principal,Professor Francis Aduol has said.
 
The  degree programme is in line with the five year strategic plan to  guide in the operations of the college in the period 2010-2015.
 
It also provides  the university college to be  a fully fledged university of technology with a firm polytechnical character.
 
Prof.Aduol said that the  students who have diplomas from the institution may now be admitted for programmes that may lead to a 4-year degree programme in the third year of study.
 
He was speaking in this year's graduation ceremony that was marked at the polytechnic grounds and was presided over by the chancellor,University of Nairobi Dr.Joseph Wanjui.
 
With the security kept vigil due to the last year's stampede,the ceremony was marked with pomp and colour.More than 2000 students graduated from the institution.
 
 

Saturday, November 20, 2010

THE ECO SYSTEM

Dear God,
to some they call u mighty and everlasting father but to me i cal u an ever existing and a caring father u have done very wonderful things to many people around the world and even besides where am standing to chant this prayer .However  lord you would forgive me first before i ask this question that has so far been so much to me wherever i go.
 what happened lord that we are never equal ,either materially or otherwise.my second question is addressed to you directly not even through your wonderful and unique son Jesus Christ.In all your creations as the holly book says was done in the most organized ways and  at last  chose man to be the head of all these beautiful  creations not knowing that man would turn against them .To the mankind am talking about the Eco system..what in your capacity have you done to ,save the environment that is now at the brink of collapse?please tell me now.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Gaitho got it wrong

In response to today's article in the daily nation on gay marriages and the consequent denouncement of the prime ministers move to arrest gays, I beg to disagree with Macharia Gaitho's view on the same. 

 To the argument of Gaitho you are termimng the vice imaginary and no one can be liable for any action related or associated to it.Am sure at the time you were writing this article with the expertise and the experience you have in journalism you did not ascertained the fact that the number of gays and lesbins in kenya is othe rise.Already, for your information a body is in place to fight for the rights of the gays and lesbians living in kenya dubbed the gay and lesbian coalition of kenya.

Mr gaitho you would better listen to your conscience and learn to know that gaysm is not an imaginary act and its an of fence to practice it in Kenya.

Mr odinga could as well have succumbed to pressure from the clergy to stress the fact the new constitution do not  legitimize gaysm and the affiliate practices to speed up the snail -pace constitutional implementation process.

sex against the order of the nature is currently punishable according to the new constitution to a jail term of up to 14 years.

Instead of being the first to denounce the prime minister's utterances i bet you would have been the first to invent ways of handling the western vice that is already marauding the African culture with speed.                                                                              

( macharia Gaitho is are reknownn journalist and a columnist with the nation media group in kenya)

Monday, November 29, 2010

an article based on the no allies during the campaign on the new constitution mid this year 2010

Listening to the deluge of complaints the no faction is unceasingly leveling against the proposed law one finds
most of the argument unreasonable.what one manages at least to gather is their collective motive and object of standing in the way of reform.

The factions are basically two and the reasons why they are objected to the enactment of the document are different.yet they have united tentatively since their goal is one..what depresses a  patriotic citizen is their arguments which are hardly based on truth.

As we speak ,the clergy an d the political allies in the no camp are out stoutly confusing citizens through lies .A priest in Kisii for instance  shamelessly told the flock recently that the proposed constitution would  see the  arrest of all aged men if the installment come to pass.It is odd that such fallacy still exist in the church.

In the other hand ,politicians who are without doubt out to protect their selfish interest are at work crusading that the constitution would be the citizens  greatest undoing which i bet is not true.

In all, they have resorted to propaganda under the guise of the altruism.if one wants to oppose something let him do son with a clear conscience or reform will end up in as an   abstraction.
                                                                                          Konyango Odhiambo Henry,Kenya Poly Varsity

news item on the day of graduation of kenya poly university college 2010

 
 
Degree
By Henry Onyango
 
 
 
    Diploma graduands from other technical training institutes  (TTIs) shall soon be offered a chance for admission of Bachelor of Technology programmes in the Kenya Polytechnic University College.The principal,Professor Francis Aduol has said.
 
The  degree programme is in line with the five year strategic plan to  guide in the operations of the college in the period 2010-2015.
 
It also provides  the university college to be  a fully fledged university of technology with a firm polytechnical character.
 
Prof.Aduol said that the  students who have diplomas from the institution may now be admitted for programmes that may lead to a 4-year degree programme in the third year of study.
 
He was speaking in this year's graduation ceremony that was marked at the polytechnic grounds and was presided over by the chancellor,University of Nairobi Dr.Joseph Wanjui.
 
With the security kept vigil due to the last year's stampede,the ceremony was marked with pomp and colour.More than 2000 students graduated from the institution.
 
 

Saturday, November 20, 2010

THE ECO SYSTEM

Dear God,
to some they call u mighty and everlasting father but to me i cal u an ever existing and a caring father u have done very wonderful things to many people around the world and even besides where am standing to chant this prayer .However  lord you would forgive me first before i ask this question that has so far been so much to me wherever i go.
 what happened lord that we are never equal ,either materially or otherwise.my second question is addressed to you directly not even through your wonderful and unique son Jesus Christ.In all your creations as the holly book says was done in the most organized ways and  at last  chose man to be the head of all these beautiful  creations not knowing that man would turn against them .To the mankind am talking about the Eco system..what in your capacity have you done to ,save the environment that is now at the brink of collapse?please tell me now.

Monday, November 15, 2010

why kenya may be aplace to make law but none to follow

You might not visit Kenya fearing of colluding with the law or act of parliament  you have heard through the vibrant local and international media who seem to be more interested in the affairs of the Kenyan government more than the government itself this may deny you the opportunity to see the drama in Kenya. To any visitor in Kenya the law may sound so harsh and to the extent of terming Kenyans all law makers.

 Yes it is but the fact is very little is done to enforce the law with both the law makers and the law enforcers so helpless on the way forward.so be cool.and make a visit.


It is in Kenya where many act of parliament are meant to come into effect once an influential member of parliament creates a bill that may protect or grant him or her fame then its put in place without modalities of implementing  it. 

The tobacco control act which was unanimously passed by parliament in 2007 and effected in 2008 in which according to the act tobacco smoking was totally not allowed in public places. A legal framework for controlling the production, manufacture, sale advertising and use tobacco products was put in place.so painful it was for smokers .

The act  was so scary that every one kept talking about in the whole country both smokers and non smokers the one million  dollar question is has the act really regulated the use of tobacco and its products in the county.

At the time it was put in place -strict regulations attached none would think that any one would smoke in the city center or in a public bus and still go scoot free. Try facing any of the men and women in uniform whether tobacco smoking is illegal in public places.I'm quite certain that many would not be quite sure whether such law exist.They may only act especially the city askaris on the grounds that its unethical.

the scenario applies to the National Environmental Management Authority(NE MA)'s
noise and Excessive vibration Pollution Control act of 2008.immediately after the erstwhile Environment minister john  Michuki spearheaded  the process things seemed to be working but soon disintegrated in the way as only few were arrested and that was the end of the story.Today noise pollution is official and the usual shouting touts still louder than ever before .what happened? .what has the government lacked of late in handling  this.


Let the weak trend not derail even the constitutional implementation process and undermine the fruit of our labor and clamor for democracy in this country.

Henry Ericks Onyango.Kenya poly varsity.
place.so painful it was for smokers .

The act  was so scary that every one kept talking about in the whole country both smokers and non smokers the one million  dollar question is has the act really regulated the use of tobacco and its products in the county.

At the time it was put in place -strict regulations attached none would think that any one would smoke in the city center or in a public bus and still go scoot free. Try facing any of the men and women in uniform whether tobacco smoking is illegal in public places.I'm quite certain that many would not be quite sure whether such law exist.They may only act especially the city askaris on the grounds that its unethical.

the scenario applies to the National Environmental Management Authority(NE MA)'s
noise and Excessive vibration Pollution Control act of 2008.immediately after the erstwhile Environment minister john  Michuki spearheaded  the process things seemed to be working but soon disintegrated in the way as only few were arrested and that was the end of the story.Today noise pollution is official and the usual shouting touts still louder than ever before .what happened? .what has the government lacked of late in handling  this.


Let the weak trend not derail even the constitutional implementation process and undermine the fruit of our labor and clamor for democracy in this country.

Henry Ericks Onyango.Kenya poly varsity.

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