CAPTION: The billboards sponsored by USAID calling out the vice that nobody wants to speak about, which is behind the rising rate of HIV/AIDS in Kenya.
USAID recently sponsored a campaign that highlighted the increasingly-growing aspect of cross-generational sex by Kenyan young women with old men.
There is a growing and disturbing trend of anti-intellectual in Kenyan culture. It’s the dismissal of science, the arts, and humanities and their replacement by entertainment, self-righteousness, ignorance, and deliberate gullibility.
There is a cult of ignorance in Kenya driven by simple minds who dominate the mainstream media, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.
You only need to have a conversation with a normal Jubilee sycophant to realise that intellect will soon become extinct in Kenya.
Mark Bauerlein, in his book, The Dumbest Generation, reveals how a whole generation of youth is being dumbed down by their aversion to reading anything of substance and their addiction to digital “crap” via social media.
The current trend of increasing anti-intellectualism now establishing itself in politics and business leadership, and supported by a declining education system should be a cause for concern for leaders and the general population, one that needs to be addressed now.
We have equally done many write-ups on the vice that’s destroying the moral fabric of the country, and even singled out Kenya Revenue Authority as the institution with the most old men funding campus girls in exchange for sexual intercourse.
We were the only ones who were bold enough to write about the late Jacob Juma’s love for pussy, and linked him to various women like Bob Collymore’s new wife plus another lady named Karen Nyamu.
Consumerism and the strain of anti-intellectualism has precipitated this growing trend, where it is regarded as ok for an old man to liaise with girls the age of their daughters, or worse still like Chris Kirubi, the age of their grand-daughters.
Land conman and Classic 105.2FM Presenter Maina Kageni, together with his misguided co-host Churchill have contributed most to this growing phenomenon, as their show champions this warped model of using “sponsors” for survival.
Calls to the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) to ban the toxic duo from Kenyan airwaves for entrenching anti-social norms and encouraging prostitution by college girls have largely gone unanswered, because of the bribes Radio Africa boss Patrick Quarcoo dishes out.
The voices of reason have been drowned by the loud shouts of feminists and purveyors of immorality in pursuit of cheap ratings like Maina Kageni.
Make-shift churches like Pastor Kyuna’s JCC are busy preaching the “prosperity gospel” largely driving the consumerism agenda and telling their mediocre followers that money, not morals and values matter.
Meanwhile the spread of HIV/AIDS as directly correlated to this vice continues, as everyone seems to be afraid of tackling this menace, or even talking about it.
The truth is that one man of means like the Late Jacob Juma has the capacity to spread HIV to a different campus girl every night. The domino-effect and sheer scale of the catastrophe is largely overlooked by society, who extol men based of finances and not virtue, intellect or principle.
Meaning that even Chris Kirubi is accorded a lot of respect for sleeping with girls the age of his grand-daughter, beginning with the Presidency whereby President Uhuru Kenyatta completely overlooks the old man’s philandering ways, and even goes ahead to reward him with a State appointment to chair a parastatal.
What these old men are doing is to spread HIV to greedy young girls, who in-turn infect a chain of younger men who they liaise with.
Cheryl Kitonga slept with Jacob Juma for cash. Before Daystar graduates begin calling her up for interviews in the mainstream media, we would like her digital-footprint to let this go on record, so that everytime a prospective employer googles her name, he will read of her sexual exploits with men the age of her father.
Reports on social-media allude to the fact that she might have also been dating Scanad’s digital strategist Brian Mbunde, who has been the victim of trolling on social-media.
Beyond the nasty jokes and raw sarcasm is the message behind USAID’s campaign. Cross generational-sex is the Number 1 spreader of HIV/AIDS in Kenya. And it’s time we start naming and shaming ladies who are spotted with old men, as potential “hot-spots” or carriers of the deadly virus.
Prior to the advent of Maina Kageni and his toxic radio shows, cross-generational sex was done in the shadows. Men would hide their young girls far from the limelight and the liaisons would be discrete.
But come Radio Africa and the vice now is mainstreamed and accepted. We need to hit the reset button to revert back to the olden days. And it begins right here. I will allocate space to anyone that provides a photo of any lady having sexual liaisons with an old man. Don’t forget to include the name of the both, and where the old man works.
Well somebody has to do it. It has to be done. And to ladies waiting to graduate from campus and live normal lives, be sure that your digital-footprint as regards to your love for money and old men will forever remain on the Internet.
For instance if you google the name of one of Jacob Juma’s sexual liaisons “Karen Nyamu” you will see what I mean. She is a lawyer, but everyone who now looks her up will even be afraid of doing business with her. Because who wants to be seen in public with a woman who sleeps with old men for money? Surely not me.
Campus girls sleeping with old men should be warned. Big brother Nyaks is watching!
CAPTION: Basic bitch Cheryl Kitonga who slept with Jacob Juma for money.
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