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.

  • mamayo

    a little too late…..Area leaders should be behind the bars for fanning this animosity

  • littl_hiti

    …Where is the president, minister, prime minister. 10 people die in TZ, president intervenes to send Military. 50 people die in Coast Province…sends clueless police commissioner, does not say a word. I guess the victims don’t belong to the right ‘community’

    • Akhenaten

      Oh come on! Once again GEMA are the favored people because helicopters weren’t sent to Tana River? Grow the F up! President has intervened that’s why we have the police commissioner and military on the ground. How is Iteere clueless? Are you a police officer? Such talk is dangerous

      • littl_hiti

        ….Always love the way Gema nationalist take offence at everything … including the imagined. Such talk is dangerous ??? are moi or jeshi la Mzee ?? or Special Branch ??. The reason I said the Police commissioner is without a clue is because … when a bunch of ‘Youth’ want to meet in Kiambu to hold a meeting …as guaranteed in the constitution, all over sudden, the police intelligence works, well, informing the police about imaginary crimes the youths are going to commit…so it does not take place. When 60 people get killed, police intelligence does not work…really ? You suppose we all morons ? …by the way …am Gema …not that it makes any difference. And The Grow The F up …hiyo ni watoto wa primary school, don’t clog the internet with your ‘small thoughts’.

  • REVENGE IS NO SOLUTION.IT SHOWS BACKWARD PRACTICES.EVEN RELIGION DOES NOT ALLOW THIS.POLITICS IS KILLING OUR PEOPLE.THEY CA NOT BALANCE POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENT

  • segen

    This has to be curtailed early. What are the leaders saying? They seem to be the ones fanning all this violence. They have not learned from the 2008 clashes. Let us not assume that Pokomo and Orma people are very far away from us. this can very easily spill over to other communities. Also let us not forget that the local MPS have turned a “blind eye” with regard to the myriads of somalis who have settled in the land and been absorbed in the communities.

    The other factor is that ministers and Kenyans at large continue to encourage poisonous tribalistic trash talking. We are tribally sensitive but there need to be pretty harsh laws to clamp down any animosity between tribes people, and any vitriol between tribes. There is need to use media to stop this tribal hatred and show its consequence in other nations. We have only one Kenya and we must do everythin to preserve it.

    One of the places to target is the social media where people baring their deeply rooted tribal hatred in vicious comments. if people will not use their language to empower their people and help them to become appreciative of unity in diversity, they should automatically be heavily fined.

  • ABSALOM KAMAU

    PEOPLE OF KENYA SHOULD EMBRACE HARMONY,PEACE AND LOVE IN THIS COUNTRY AND LEADERS IS RESPONSIBILITY TO MAINTAIN IT IN OUR COUNTRY.LETS BE WENYE NCHI NOT WANANCHI

  • DENIS NGUGI MUTHONI

    The government should take action to those trying to bring conflict among communities in the country.Leaders should be in first position to bring unity among Kenyan but not to be the source of war in the country.

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