The biggest contradiction of our time is that women are the most empowered, have the most jobs in corporate Nairobi, but still expect men to fund their bills and buy them drinks. Men who are struggling to survive in this imbalanced economy.
These are the final days. The men have been effeminized, turned into gay socialist fruit-cakes. The men look like women, the women look like men. Westernised women are whores, unrestricted by biased divorce laws enabled by second and third wave feminism. This Marxist filth has come to Kenya.
Bob Collymore who has been pandering to the feminist cause, took their bait and elevated activism at the expense of merit. It’s the reason why Safaricom’s productivity has been constantly compromised, and other than unfair practices and Government protectionist measures, Safaricom would have been dead by now.
It’s the reason why instead of well-thought-out marketing strategies, Safaricom has been reduced to sponsoring Jazz festivals. Because women are genetically wired to be short-sighted. Rarely see the big picture.
But women who surround Bob Collymore have a genetic deficiency of insight and vision. They’re just for the here and now.
Bob Collymore married someone’s wife. That’s a feminist construct right there. It’s not African. In a country where there no shortage of beautiful females, to resort to wife-stealing just shows how mind-fucked these westerners who want to come and manipulate our local agenda.
It has been two decades of emasculation and pro-feminist agenda hawking, which has seen the systematic undermining of men. Yet the same women are the first ones to shout how Kenyan men fall short of expectations, yet have conspired with the held of activists, to “steal” their opportunities.
It is this fixation with affirmative-action which has seen Kenya’s productivity diminish. Our competitiveness as an economy is slowly fading away and we are being overtaken by countries like Ethiopia.
The biggest company in Kenya, sponsor’s niche events like Jazz, setting the marketing agenda.
All Business Functions at Safaricom are now under women
The three Safaricom business functions are now headed by women.
1. Sylvia Mulinge- the Chief Customer Officer (Consumer Business, Sales Operations, Brand Marketing & Experience, Digital Marketing, Market Development and Customer Service)
2.Deborah Mallowah- the Chief Business Development Officer (Innovation & Business Opportunities, Geographical Expansion, Knowledge Management, Research, Insights & Big Data),
3.Rita Okuthe the Chief Enterprise Business Officer ( Corporates, SMES, Government, Farmers and E-commerce). There is the Chief Financial Services Officer, a man who is charge of Mpesa but that is mainly concerned with Product Management & Development.