NATION AND STANDARD NEWSPAPERS PUT ON NOTICE

Why are the two daily newspapers in kenya anti government? Since the Kibaki administration took power they have been peddling lies and propagada all through. Time has come for the pro-kibaki people in all urban and rural areas to start boycotting the Daily Nation and East African Standard. If these papers they think this is a jok wait and see the compaign we shall launch against their based reporting. They should realize who are their customers first.

6 comments:

Mugambi, BG. said...

I support the widespread boycot of the Nation Newspaper, Nation TV and the East African. I also support the widespread boycot of the Standard Newspaper and all its affiliates. These editors are no better than our polititians because they choose to write untruthful and damaging stories about our beloved country and president. They are liars and money mongers. We do not need these kind of people in our society. We need people who see things in their true perspective and NOT self seekers. They write their sugar-coated stories of No-news in their newspapers so that they can sell them to the same people they lie to and make money for themselves. They are selfish and unpatriotic. Let them print those papers and sell to themselves! KENYA JUU. KIBAKI JUU. KIBAKI ABAKI (KI-BA-KI). Long Life Kenya. Long Life Kibaki. Long Life Lucy.

kwamungai said...

It is indeed a shame that we have the two major newspapers only interested in horror stories and negative stories about the government. They print what they think will sell the paper, regardless of whether it plants negative seeds in the mind of the electorate. The electorate, unfortunately depends very much on the daily papers to know what is going on around them, and thus end up maiking wrong decissions come voting time.

You are right, Kibaki has done a great job - especially in comparison with the former president Moi. There is still a lot of work that has to be done to get Kenya where it should be. However, we must understand that there no one single person in Kenya, or for that matter in the whole world who holds a magic wad that he can just swipe andcreate the utopia that we dream of, or bring about the Kenya we yearn for. It will take time and hard work, and Kibaki is on the right track. Let us give him another five years, then we can talk.

kwamungai said...

It is indeed a shame that we have the two major newspapers only interested in horror stories and negative stories about the government. They print what they think will sell the paper, regardless of whether it plants negative seeds in the mind of the electorate. The electorate, unfortunately depends very much on the daily papers to know what is going on around them, and thus end up maiking wrong decissions come voting time.

You are right, Kibaki has done a great job - especially in comparison with the former president Moi. There is still a lot of work that has to be done to get Kenya where it should be. However, we must understand that there no one single person in Kenya, or for that matter in the whole world who holds a magic wad that he can just swipe andcreate the utopia that we dream of, or bring about the Kenya we yearn for. It will take time and hard work, and Kibaki is on the right track. Let us give him another five years, then we can talk.

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