Experts say that the basic needs for human survival are food, water, clothing, and shelter.
In our country, however, it is easier to live without some of these provisions than to live without hope.
This is because the people we look up to to cement our foundation as a country, the government, are experts in dishing out promises that most of the time sound unrealistic.
Therefore, if one doesn’t have a strong spirit to hold on to the hope that the said promises will come to pass, then desperation kicks in alongside a myriad of related problems.
Yesterday, for example, our President delivered updates on the coronavirus situation in the country.
Among his remarks was the promise that the entire Kenyan adult population would eventually be vaccinated by the end of the year 2022.
At the risk of sounding like a bunch of complainers, we feel that given the upcoming political calendar, that is set to be characterized by public gatherings, as we head towards the General Election, December 2022 is a too-far-away vaccination goal.
How about we first put a halt to the political sideshows, and channel our resources towards getting as many available vaccines as possible, to ensure that the government actually has living people to rule over in future?
Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:
IG Hillary Mutyambai Responds as Details Emerge Why Uhuru, Ruto’s Security Guards Were Separated
Inspector-General of Police Hillary Mutyambai has responded to the report that Uhuru-Ruto’s guards have been separated as the truth is revealed.
In a report via the Star, the Inspector General of Police after been reached out for a comment to explain why Elite Security detail guarding President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and their families have been separated from their central command.
Hillary Mutyambai has declined from answering such a question informing that he cannot discuss President Uhuru’s and his Deputy’s security details in the public adding that even for other Very Important Person’s(VIPs) it should remain a secret.
I see Fear in Judges’ Eyes so They’ll Reject BBI Appeal, Defend Constitution
The appellants have presented their case. Their arguments are very solid because the other parties have not started their arguments.
A case has two sides. They have gone to the question of basic structure and the jurisprudence behind the decision of the High Court.
Appellants have equally attacked the credibility of the High Court.
Jamal Roho Safi’s Wives Amira, Amber Ray Engage in Heated War of Words in Syokimau
Residents of a popular estate in Syokimau were treated to a free drama on Tuesday night after Jamal Roho Safi’s wives Amira and Amber Ray got involved in a heated catfight.
The drama started at around 9.40 pm, attracting tens of their neighbors from the estate.
Amber Ray went live on Instagram, filming the whole incident attracting around 15.2k viewers, among them former Nairobi govenor Mike Sonko.
Do you think the continued night curfew is really necessary?