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Sunday, October 07, 2012

Embodiment of virtues

The entire Kumekucha bloggers and loyal abiding readership wish to extend heartfelt "Hongera" to Water and Immigration Minister Charity Ngilu on the happy occasion of her successful B.A. L.M. graduation


The single virtue defining us as Kenyans is the power to read letters as exemplified by our own economical African Teacher and the high priced Ivy League Education Graduates.

Critics rhetoric not withstanding, a degree remains a necessary qualification for sufficient leadership of any nation and holding a degree immediately improves the company of ones association as portrayed by the guest list during the Water Minister's celebration party.

Thankfully the power of the new constitution is already at work sweeping away the rot of functionally illiterate leaders who have been laughing all the way to the bank leading an equally functionally illiterate populace NA BADO

3 comments:

Taabu said...

Luka,

Why are you throwing MUD at uncle Dan? He led us to PROSPERITY for a whole 24 years bila degree. Kwani degree ni ..............

Mwarang'ethe said...

Congratulations to Mrs Ngilu.

xxx

Now, a couple of points on this thing called education. As we have noted before, there is a difference between being LITERATE ( ability to READ and WRITE) and being EDUCATED.

When they mention education, bear in mind at least the following:

(a) Education should have its main objective to train students how to handle power and responsibility.

Since the oppressors have never educated the oppressed on how to handle power, without picking on Ngilu, did she as an example, we emphasize, receive such an education?

(b) Education given to the oppressed is meant to control them.

Did she (again, as an example) receive education to free her mind and her people's mind, or, to control her and her people's mind?

(c) Education should train a student on how to live in the world he finds himself in, and more crucially, how to change it when the need arises.

It is from this inability to understand how to change the African mess, we often refer to ILLUSIONS, DELUSIONS and CHILDISH FANTASIES of the so called reformers and their sycophants.

If you want to see the truth of this, just check the new constitution in Kenya, or travel to South Africa or South Sudan.

(d) Education should teach the student the following:

(I) where they have been, i.e. his people,

(II) what they have been,

(III) where they are,

(IV) what they are and the significance of what they are,

(V) where they must go, and

(VI) what they must still be.

In a nutshell, if you find that your education does not measure up to these OBJECTIVES, just know you have been a VICTIM of "education", i.e. LITERACY PROGRAMME for the HIGH LEVEL SERVANTS and SLAVES as provided by the IVY LEAGUE of FOOLS.

With that, we leave to enjoy:

Building church and university,

Deceiving the people continually,

Me say them GRADUATIN' THIEVES and MURDERERS;

Look out now: they SUCKIN' the blood of the sufferers THROUGH ENDLESS TAXES:

http://is.gd/rKJiRS

Anonymous said...

Education is to acquire the ability to think through issues. And not to sound like a procken record only
1)ILLUSIONS
2)DELUSIONS
3)CHILDISH FANTASIES
4)IVY LEAGUE OF FOOLS

Your brain cells may just die out of monotony and boredom.

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