SUSAN WONG

Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • Mazzdark

    It’s going to be VERY VERY HARD for people from Central Kenya to realise that the rest of the Country basically thinks they  have had it to easy up to now, with access to State largesse from two Administrations, an almost choking hold on Nairobi’s commerce and key State levers eg Finance, Security etc. Unfortunately for Jeanne Kamau, it is IMPOSSIBLE to not see her as a Kikuyu (we can argue about this till the cows come home but its true). A good African mother would tell her elder child “you’ve had enough, let others also try”, again we can argue about this till tomorrow, but its true.

    • Maclizholding

      So what are this kikuyus suppose to do to earn a living I suggest they should form their own country. We are watching n the wall is getting closer

      • Mazzdark

        Who will that country trade with……….The trick is to understand that there is enough for everybody’s needs, but not enough for tribal greed and exclusion – as has been practised so far

        • Maclizholding

          They can export I admire the kikuyus hard work they are out there looking for oportunities while us guys wait n whining serikali isaidie the farm, they are now doing their own tilapia in ponds and feeding the nation, they trade like tomorrow is not there even at night they just amaze me what pushes them. Let’s hope they keep giving that morale so the lazy bones can wakeup as u n I are starting now.

          • Mazzdark

            Its called benefitiing from State largesse, eg point out to me any indigenous bank that does not have Central Province roots……….thought so! Every one works hard, merit was not born in one place only.

  • Melvinchibole

    The questions raised by the commission are very pertinent as far as regional balance is concerned but merit must count for something – as the police service embarks on a raft of reforms, the regional balance will be observed but the reforms have to be led by a reformer, a leader who has demonstrated leadership skills in every sense and in my personal view I think Jean Kamau fits the bill, we cant be too quick to conclude that the IG and the deputies who are the the administrative officers will be Kikuyu

    • Mazzdark

      You must ask how is this merit acquired? By means of access to a lopsided education system that favours the rich, and who dominates the rich class in Kenya? Your guess must be as good as mine because it’s obvious

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