Corruption is arguably in the DNA of the Kenyan cultural fabric. The term TKK was coined as an acronym for bribery and corruption. It is my belief that erasing bribery will help in healing a nation whose values are quickly eroding.
The cry to stop corruption is not exclusive to the youth, even the old feel this way.
I must confess that I do not have a plan in place to stop this disease but I do know that the ending of corruption can begin if YOU decide to become intolerant of it.
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What is your dream? Have you ever had a secret dream? What are you doing to make your dream come true?
My secret dream was to start a clothing line called “genge.wear”
What is genge? I am so glad you asked!
Genge is a musical genre from east Africa that incorporates hip- hop, reggae, dancehall, and local musical genres to create an afro-centric hypnotic beat. The music is sang in English, Sheng (slang), Swahili and other tribal languages.
The word genge has many meanings some of which are group, and rebel. Genge music is a vehicle that the East African youth have used to express their hopes, dreams, thoughts and frustrations.
Is genge.wear the beginning of a revolution? I hope so. My encouragement to you is; Dare 2 Dream!
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