The words in the following article are the thoughts of Blogger Cyprian Nyakundi. The inserted tweets are meant to help the reader get up to speed on the genesis of the issue with Radion Africa’s Homeboyz Radio presenters Shaffie Weru, Dj Joe Mfalme (real name Joseph Munoru), and Neville Muysa.
The talk show
I have spent the better part of the last 7 years profiling corporate fraud and corruption, which in most cases is worse than government corruption.
I DARE any other corporate to jump on this HBR story and I’ll remove receipts.
If we are to have a fruitful and beneficial conversation, there has to be less antagonism and more awareness and civic education.
You cannot profile one section of the conversation by sowing the seed of hate. Two wrongs don’t make a right.
Shaffie and Joe Mfalme are products of privilege. They spoke on their own behalf. They spoke as celebs who have immense attention from over-available fans and followers.
That’s not the case with the rest of us.
This matter has escalated in a manner that suggests that Uhuru’s propaganda machinery is using it to deflect from the illegality of the curfew imposed, and the scams surrounding the vaccine.
The vaccine arrived on 2nd March and was only released on 22nd March. Why the delay?
When you see Ezekiel Mutua and the main CAK Twitter handle addressing a minor matter like this, then you know that Uhuru’s propaganda machinery has hijacked the conversation.
We keep raising matters of Safaricom stealing data, etc to CAK and they never respond. Why now?
To those being tooled by Statehouse to deflect attention from corruption using this HBR crisis, know that Lorna Irungu and Robin Njogu were on the payroll of the Jubilee regime, to conceal and obfuscate government misdeeds.
Lorna Irungu as an employee of Gina Din and Robin Njogu as the cordinator of all RMS social media handles, would regurgitate Uhuru’s propaganda, enabling him extend the curfews and deflect attention from him not buying beds with the billions of dollars he got from donors.
It would have only costed 7.5B to buy 1500 fully equipped ICU beds in the country. What did Uhuru do with 500B? Such questions rarely get airtime due to the bombardment of side-shows, thanks to the media strategies of the likes of Lorna Irungu and Robin Njogu. They’re dead now.
What makes you as think that just because Statehouse is using you, either directly or subconsciously, you are somehow immune or insulated from the adverse effects of bad governance? Do you believe in Karma? This is it!