Gone are the days when growing people wanted to grow to be professionals, of the present everyone (youth) is working hard to get himself a place in any agency so as to earn a living and some extra cash to cater for his luxurious cars and house, drinking and also to maintain his daytime friends and nighttime lovers. Though jobless majority are not thinking of creating anything out of their knowledge instead they are waiting to get a place “banyakoriera”. Not even one person thinks of rendering service to humanity because it is expensive, tedious and the recent/current professionals have brought up a cheaper way of getting to greatness; make it out of school buy some job vacancy, siphon cash out of the agency, step out start pet business the join politics to guard all you have fetched.
Those who think they can’t make anything good have become antiestablishment, why? The society, where they are included is rotten. He dares not to give out more details on how rotten neither he provide any solution nor try to move out himself – all that he does is showing the rottenness in a crude way. For instance, this young man Clifford “not his real name” left campus 1 year ago because nobody was meeting his extra expenses. Now he is pot friendly, dirt with long hair and those who knows him not say he is mad something he isn’t But if you take time with the man all he can tell ‘ the society is rotten, masikinihanachake…’ From my own understanding I only see laziness and lack of information of what one should be doing on earth. Back in the village people say Clifford “alisaidiwakumalza form 4” as the reason why he left campus in fact they say “alishindwanamasomo” I guess that is the reason why the villagers and majority Kenyans celebrated Matiang’i implementations on National Examination paper.
Though such implementations have proved positive, we are missing some point no we lost and still are missing some point… no person is their or has come up to change mind and focus of the Kenyan youth and won’t be that easier at all. Just think of this; a good number of working class deserves it not but because they bought it now they deserve, those in the village who had some g*dfather in the county are now stinking riches just 6years when a teacher who has been working for 30years is still poor. Now convince us on the importance of hard work, ethics, professionalism and good practice then you will see Kenyans growing all round.