In the last 24 hours before penning this piece, I have found myself in the spirit of soul searching after I came to the knowledge that a 35-year-old man was hacked to death in Kisii, by his brother, after he was found engaging in sexual activity with his mother.
What pulled a shocker is the fact that the neighbouring families were privy to the abomination, to say the least, that is said to have happened not for the first time.
That aside, in February this year, a woman identified as Grace shocked the nation after he revealed that her husband married their daughter, who is a university graduate, as a co-wife.
In all these two separate instances, their respective societies were well aware but could not do anything.
These acts were impermissible in our ancient communities. Actors of this insane vices met cruel punishment that also rendered them excommunicated from society.
Our religious foundation, cultural beliefs and our human mentality form the basis of our moral fabric.
If our cultures are seemingly out of date, what about our religious foundations and humanity in us?
My optimism abandons me when our societies allow such vices to continue rocking our homes.
What went wrong!? Where did the rain start beating us? Where does the backstops?
It is time to rise and tame this meteoric rise of immorality. We must reclaim our heritage. We must defend humanity. We must mobilize and organize ourselves for this course. We must restore discipline!
That aside, here our top stories today:
Will 2022 be Ruto vs Mudavadi
President Uhuru Kenyatta rarely attends football matches.
But last Sunday he showed up at Moi International Sports Centre to watch a lacklustre Mashemeji derby between arch-rivals AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia FC.
What has fueled speculation is the company Uhuru kept on Sunday.
Haji Rushes to Stop Sonko’s Witness Tampering Plot
Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji on Tuesday, March 10, launched fresh accusations against embattled Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko.
In the petition filed by the DPP challenging Sonko’s nomination of Anne Kananu Mwenda as deputy governor, arguing that she would be under the governor’s direct control and would have unlimited access to City Hall, is key to the graft case.
Prisoners at Mtangani GK Prison ask govt to allow them enjoy conjugal rights
Inmates at the Mtangani GK Prison, Kilifi county have pleaded the government to pass a law that will allow them to enjoy conjugal rights with their visiting spouses.
The female prisoners said their visiting partners and relatives were only allowed an extremely short time with them and not enough for relations.
Speaking to K24, one of the prisoners, Sofia Swaleh, said the government should introduce a bill that permits women serving life imprisonment or even lengthy sentences time for intimacy with their spouses.
Despite numerous onslaught against the BBI, Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has announced that the Nakuru rally will be one of a kind. Was he wrong to castigate the initiative at Kinoru Stadium in Meru County, where Mt Kenya region presented their views, yet he declares his utmost support when it is in his region?