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  1. Avatar Gujubah January 6th, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    A campaign that we should mobilise across all of Kenya’s societal spectra and that will deliver an improvement of 94.79% success rate of all public services like transport, health, education, statutory, security, etc is to require that all public servants consume public goods. If this was made law, Kenya would get to the middle income status in slightly more than half the alloted time. Why many Kenyans remain to be hewers of wood and drawers of water is because our public servants are legally and almost statutorily exempt from the services that they legislate, organise, establisg and arrange for the Kenyan citizens. So Kenyans can make do with horrendous services like health while their leaders of many shades and ranks have their needs for these services paid for by Kenyan taxpayers, who many times cannot afford the same services. True, many of these services that the leaders and officials (indeed public servants) are essential, and critical. But for those Kenyans who cannot afford them but who are taxed heavily, they may be forgiven for thinking that the leaders are provided for to wax luxuriant in these essential services that al Kenyans- rich and poor alike need.


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