[SIZE=6]Let’s just compare and contrast Nairobi in 1960 and Nairobi today… show me one thing that Africans have added to the city.
The streets are the same. The buildings are the very same buildings!
Even Uhuru park is the very same landscaping and layout left by British architects!
The railway station is the same… same buildings, same HQ, same rails :
Parliament building below is the very same parliament that the mkoloni built in 1954 a full 9 years before independence.
Most of the African workers seen in the footage are Mau Mau slaves/detainees as well as willing njaruo and mbaruhia collaborators who were happy and proud to work for the white man for FREE!
That is why the Luo and Luhya descendants get so angry that their man has never lead Kenya and lived in State House yet their grandfathers built that house and bunge for FREE. :D:D:D
And yes these Western Kenya workers who built the State House as well as Bunge lived in rented mabati shacks in Kibera and Majengo slums . These shacks were and are still owned by Sudnese Nubians to this day. You can call it the curse of the collaborator if you wish.
You can also see a few njaruo, luhya and kalenjin collaborator bonobos below invited to the opening of bunge shaking hands happily imagining all these wealth will soon be theirs.:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
Nyamakima/river road or Grogan road still looks the same. The same Indian dukas built by the Indians considered “second class” citizens and supervised by the British army or Devonshire something.
Construction of housing is still done the very same way. These are mzungu govt houses being put up but the fake news media lied to the British people back home in England that this was modern Kikuyu housing being put up. [/SIZE]
[SIZE=6]I think this fake news pathe later became the guardian or BBC. Still spewing fake news to this very day :
So have Africans really changed or improved their city after 58 years of independence??? Nah.[/SIZE]