And Finally, the Diaspora Voice
By Joji Muwangi
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Ati Joji 'Muwangi'......seems you've ishid in stato for long, till uka zoea 'Muwangi', which by the way, if you corrected them by semaing it's Mwangi, they'll debate and say no, it's 'Muwangi'....hio article made an interesting read!!!!!
True dat there Kanyiri, and thanks for your positive vibe.
Hate to say that some of those Diaspora so called radio stations are hate mongers and divisive. They really have a long way to go to become bonafide rather than a platform to rant about who those they do not like.
True that Angie, of course the lack of regulation [since they are largely online] is the issue. But in this age of civic journalism, anyone can and should call the bluff of any offending content. Social media is a great weapon if well used.
I like the willingness of Kenyans to at least engage in a debate with one another, and as you pointed out, it maybe a long way, but the Chinese quote offers some solace, "a journey of a thousand miles starts with one step."