Kenyan Mentality

kah tony

Village Sponsor
#21
No no no khatony the guy is right. A d*ck should be called a d*ck not a reproductive organ.

Btw iv always wanted to ask you do you like Sonko? Usi-dodge like you always do... waiting
Sonko, Babu Owino, Jaguar, Steve Mbogo, Joho and all other scum bags are all that is wrong with this country. From the beginning I was hoping they would nominate Philip Kisia.

Comprehensive response.
 
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Yunomi

Guest
#22
The Nairobi you're talking about had less than 200,000 people.
The Nairobi you're talking about required non white people to get a permit to even be in it.
The Nairobi you're talking about was 1/10 the size of what it is today.
I would rather Nairobi be a sh*thole and we are free to live how the f*ck we want. Kaburu akwende na asiwahi rudi.
 

kah tony

Village Sponsor
#25
The Nairobi you're talking about had less than 200,000 people.
The Nairobi you're talking about required non white people to get a permit to even be in it.
The Nairobi you're talking about was 1/10 the size of what it is today.
I would rather Nairobi be a sh*thole and we are free to live how the f*ck we want. Kaburu akwende na asiwahi rudi.
I saw you on another thread saying poor people are happy.
 

Circledot

Village Elder
#28
I am hard pressed to ask to ask myself questions I cannot answer. Why are Africans (especially Kenyans) careless, disorganized and show lack of forethought. We must call a spade a spade and a shithole a shithole. The whites left a clean, well organized Nairobi City which was run by laws but Kenyans collapsed the city and now we have a huge unplanned city full of chokora, garbage, crime, foul smell and very bad thing name it sprawling up. Even the tea estates which the whites used to manage at home but handed over to blacks soon collapsed and people became jobless. What is the reason behind this behaviour among the majority of Africans. Should they be recolonized. It seems education is not bringing about civilization amongst Africans. It is disgusting to walk across the capital city to find someone relieving himself just across the city. Just have a look at the video of Nairobi City of 1960s and now and see how we are fast losing direction and focus. From a beautiful well organized and manicured lawns in the city to a disorganized city full of lawless people who litter anywhere they can find, bodabodas who cross the road anywhere any time and have taken over sidewalks meant for pedestrians..kweli waafrika. Tufanye nini jameni

Here the city was small and not at equilibrium, it is grown and at equilibrium, that's the difference
 
#29
When people came up with conveniences like kiosks, that's when lack of planning stepped in, growing into an informal market place accommodating a large number of operators together with their customers but no sanitation or garbage disposal means multiply this by the number of Councillors in Nairobi and you get us where we are.
 

Abba

Busaa Catalytica
#30
Stop complaining umefanya nini kusaidia hii nchi...”be the change you wanna see in this world”
try tell the well known cartels that you will put them on notice.... uliza Jacob Juma what happened to his fellow cartels when he was exposing them one by one on twitter. atakuambia . There are some countries you can be the change you want to see in the world and Kenya is the least of them ..... what remains is online rant tu
 
#32
stupid comment there about our country and people, so if you have attained the so called civilization what have you done to try and help this unorganized shitholes???? that's the hard question I got for you nigga or you are just running in the same streets asking for kienyeji to eat dry fry stupid idiot.
by the way we came from somewhere and we are not yet there but we will be there. you got a scholarship and when you come back you talk to us about civilization??????
 
#36
One of my lecturers was Nairobi city engineer somewhere between 1960-70. When they were designing Jogoo Road there was only one regular car going that route, the DC's. Not even in their wildest dreams did they imagine we would have the kind of traffic we have now on that route.

Essentially, for a very long time projects in Kenya were planned for in a period of 5 years. Vission 2030 was the first time Kenya plans for the country's projects & resources surpassed the 5-year cycle & transcended different govt administrations. This is after decades of shooting in the dark which dragged us into this mess.

Nonetheless, we are on the right path as far as planning for the future is concerned hence our grandchildren will live in a better city.
 
#37
One of my lecturers was Nairobi city engineer somewhere between 1960-70. When they were designing Jogoo Road there was only one regular car going that route, the DC's. Not even in their wildest dreams did they imagine we would have the kind of traffic we have now on that route.

Essentially, for a very long time projects in Kenya were planned for in a period of 5 years. Vission 2030 was the first time Kenya plans for the country's projects & resources surpassed the 5-year cycle & transcended different govt administrations. This is after decades of shooting in the dark which dragged us into this mess.

Nonetheless, we are on the right path as far as planning for the future is concerned hence our grandchildren will live in a better city.
My uni professor said he feels the same about Rongai. In their time, it was a bush full of goat tracks. It grew by itself without a plan and the result is what we have today.

On this I think planners wamelala. Before a developer ajenge anywhere they know and should plan for it.
 
#39
My uni professor said he feels the same about Rongai. In their time, it was a bush full of goat tracks. It grew by itself without a plan and the result is what we have today.

On this I think planners wamelala. Before a developer ajenge anywhere they know and should plan for it.
Very true. Same case with Zimmerman-Roy Sambu. Developers began putting up highrise structures before the government constructed a sewer line. A water supply line designed for a Max of like 20k people suddenly has to cater for a population of almost 100k, which explains the perennial water shortages and overflowing septic tanks.
 

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