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THIS IS AN SOS. DO SOMETHING ABOUT CORRUPTION AT TSC
1. PROTECTION OF CORRUPT HEAD TEACHERS WHO MISMANAGE INSTITUTIONS
2. INTERDICTING, SUSPENDING, EVEN DISMISSING PERFORMING BUT NON-COMPROMISING HEAD TEACHERS ON MADE-UP ALLEGATIONS
3. OUTRIGHT DEMAND FOR BRIBES AND OTHER FAVOURS FOR PROTECTION OF HEAD TEACHERS.
4. BLACKMAILING HEAD TEACHERS TO COOPERATE IN FRUSTRATING TARGETED DEPUTIES, HEADS OF DEPARTMENT AND TEACHERS
INVESTIGATE THE CEO AND HEADS OF HUMAN RESOURCE, STAFFING AND DISCIPLINE BEFORE THE SYNDICATE BRINGS THE SCHOOL SYSTEM TO A HALT.
ASK VICTIMS TO SPEAK OUT AND YOU WILL BE SHOCKED.
ACT NOW OR IT WILL BE TOO LATE.

 
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Posted by on January 31, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Should the tax payer meet the legal charges of “Ocampo 6”

Unconfirmed sources indicate that The Attorney-General, Amos Wako, has written to the Treasury seeking for legal financial assistance of two of the suspects under investigation by The Hague.

Would you support a move by the government using taxpayers’ money as legal charges for the civil savant? Taking into account that the court is seeking their individual capacities and not their offices. Won’t this be impunity at its highest?

The IDPs are still in the camps, poverty is biting hard and the youth are crying for jobs.

 
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Posted by on January 14, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Are the so-called “Big Fish” under siege?

“For the corrupt individuals, they are now becoming an endangered species” These are the words of the man at the helm of KACC, Dr. PLO Lumumba. It was during a media briefing at his offices when he announced that there was a plus one minister under investigation by his team.

We also know that KACC is also investigating a number of Parastatal heads. This is something that was not in line with political practices. The so-called “Big Fish” were the “untouchables” of society.

So, are the so-called “Big Fish” under siege? Will they become extinct?

 
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Posted by on January 12, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Nyeri Police

Nyeri central police station is one big mess. this especially is with the patrol car(RAV 4)that normally patrols the area. these boys-in-blue are doing no work but only collecting tithes from matatus pikipikis and bicycles sometimes. come to our rescue.

 
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Posted by on January 12, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Corrupt CEOs

Chief Executive officers of private organizations especially NGO’s and CBO’s should be investigated for corruption and impunity.A good example is the CEO of a certain farmers organization who practices nepotism and tribalism without any shame. Almost 90% of the organization’s employees hail from his Meru community and extended family. Students being attached for internship are also from his community or extended family. The key posts that deal with money ie senior finance office and the accounts and their assistants are part of his family. The CEO’s salary is also way beyond what the organization can afford because he arbitrarily decides it. Any staff deemed not to cooperate are summarily dismissed. All consultancies are done by his private consultancy firm. The payroll also consists of ghost staff who work in his personal consultancy and his businesses. The office vehicles and equipment are used for personal activities eg picking and dropping his wife and children. How can such a CEO be investigated?

 
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Posted by on January 10, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Is it a scheme in a mask?

Kenyans are being lured into instant cash by simply sending text messages. But, could this be a scheme in a different costume? Why do I say so, you may ask?

You might have noticed that some of those winners are the same persons. They claim to be giving a particular amount each day, then why is it that we do not see new winners each day? Why is it that some of the said competitions do not post winners in the local dailies?

So, what does one get with the repeats? That there were was no winner that day. Meaning, they save on what they were to give that day and if you consider 1 million people sending a text each at 60 or 69 shillings, that is approximately 60 to 69 million daily. Mind you, out of this one million people, others will send more than one text. So the organizers are all smiles to the bank.

But for the poor Kenyan, it’s all about fleecing them their hard-earned cash.

 
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Posted by on January 5, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Mobile phones users

There is a theft going on on the Mobile phones. A message has been coming to me from 4884 after every 3 days and each time I get deducted Ksh 30. This is a service which I have never subscribed to. The owners need to be investigated. I know that so many Kenyans are suffering silently. Imagine if it happens to 1 million people

 
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Posted by on January 4, 2011 in Uncategorized