The founder of the Kenya Revolutionary Front Dr. Miguna Miguna wrote a book about the 2017 elections titled Treason: The Case Against Tyrants and Renegades which was released early 2019.
This book was banned for sometime in Kenya and when it was allowed by the rogue Jubilee regime, it spent alot of time at the port of Mombasa where the warehousing charges made them non-profitable to the author, however, the resilient Miguna chose to sell them at Kshs. 3000 each.
One of the books sellers was Nuria Online Store, a erudite start-up along Nairobi’s Moi Avenue.
Recently, Miguna Shared the link (nuria.co.ke) where Kenyans can buy the book and immediately thereafter, the website suffered downtimes and even pulled offline. Cnyakundi.com has learnt that attempts to have it restored have been futile.
Was this the work of the State? It looks like it.
The link went down for most parts of this week after that (Miguna sharing). This has prompted the owner of the online store to change the domain.
Being a client of Nuria online store, we are concerned by the local hosting companies collusion with government to kill creativity and to sabotage websites.
Government should let creativity reign.
Let the youths make money without harassment.
For all its worth, they don’t have access to the public coffers like most of people in power, everything has been sabotaged including the youth funds.
Can’t the youth just make money the way they are struggling to make it lawfully, they don’t primitively accumulate like the ones sabotaging their efforts.
Desist from interfering with youths way of life.
There’s nothing illegal in selling a story.