Friday, May 27, 2016

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

The recent opinion polls by info- track got me asking questions’ concerning the Kenyan environment as far as politics is concerned. This is due to the fact that the results announced by Angela Ambitho were completely opposite to what at- least most Kenyans would have expected. The results not only did it get dismissal from those it didn’t favor like the CORD and ANC coalitions but it also got dismissal from JUBILEE coalition whom it favored with Uhuru saying Angela Ambitho was spreading propaganda. Angela on the other end was supporting her organization results of the 2017 opinion polls by saying that the results were not biased especially due to the fact that there were complaints from every political party involved. With that infotrak excuse, does it make the results right, of-course not, we don’t know which methods they used in their statistics to achieve representation and we don’t know their marginal of error and how do we know if the organization itself is not a subject of influence by who is who as far as social, economic and political factors are at stake.
 We all know politics is about perspective of the people and it won’t be the first time that the media and organization have failed to ask the right questions and think about the masses instead of their selfish interest. The thing is this, organizations such as info trak and media houses can influence a political environment as far as political culture, political behavior, ideology, interest grouping, attitude and partisanship is concerned. They can demonize, propagate and propel an individual or a political party into power. Why is it that the results came at this time, What did the organization tend to achieve, What are the attitudes of Kenyans towards the government as far as security, economy, infrastructures and other factors are concerned. I think there are important factors that info trak should have done opinion polls on ,such as social- economic issues and not on 2017 elections predictions.

The results not only create anxiety and anticipation but I think they tend to influence the future results. We all know how African regimes always cling to power and they never want to let it go and with polls like this, it is obvious that they tend to create a negative mindset on the supporters of a political party that was not favored and they would think the organization involved might be working with the government in power. This is not good especially now that we are heading towards elections and the country itself is polarized along tribal lines.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Our environment will always respond in accordance to our doings. If we have a positive impact on it, it will have the same on us and vise versa in case of a negative impact. It is in that sense that some factors in life will still affect us like a passive smoker even if we don’t participate in them.

Political pressure is being felt all over our sovereign state though it isn’t yet 2017. The question to most Kenyans, at-least those living in towns is whether we will experience peace come the big day. There is that demonic fear crawling down our spines of what might be our fate this time, given that historically ethnic clashes have been associated with each exercise of voting regimes into power as in 1992, 1993, 1997 and in 2007 election sceneries.

Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. It is no wonder those who stepped into our colonizers shoes did nothing to make it right. Our leaders haven’t been able to rise above their prejudice and build the nation in unity; the process of democracy has been undermined as voting a president is seen as voting an ethnic community into power.

Politics in Kenya has had a negative impact because of the elite undoings. It should bring about order by ensuring equal distribution of resources but this hasn’t been case and in fact quite the opposite, ever since the incorporation of KADU into KANU hence the rising of the imperialistic presidency. Even though we now have a new constitution encompassing devolution structures, nothing much has changed due to  lack of integrity.

`It’s our turn to eat’ as John Githongo puts it in his book while speaking on corruption during the  NARC regime has been the phrase associated with all the risen regimes in Kenya. The Presidential office has failed to be a unifying factor. Corruption and inequitable distribution of resources among the regions have also thrived at their best.

Neighbors have turned against their neighbors as Party politics is being polarized along ethnic lines and voting pattern follow ethnic affiliation. Politicians have been using ethnicity as a way to ascend into power and also to mobilize political support. Corruption and lack of accountability cases have been turned into `we against them’ .Leaders have become slaves to their own community and their loyalty tends to be with their community and not the Nation.

We have been blinded by negative ethnicity and we have failed to see beyond its curtains. For how long dear Kenyans will we turn a blind eye to what is right and even though we don’t see it, we are still slaves labeled free.
                                                                      writer:J. T. Odari 

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Father's dream as a tittle of this rap song, I came up with it because I believe that music is a part of my life that I can not be separated from.It is what keeps me going,my purpose my dream.My late father was in this world of music and genetically I found myself in it.It is what I love doing and whether it gives me income or not, I'm gonna keep on doing music cause I love it,It makes me happy. 
                                     Welcome to my dream,my father's dream


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Father's dream- rap song  lyrics

Laughter,yeah! Manze, kuna watu hu-bonga sana yani,watu hubonga sana,
na hata hatusaidiani  unajua,wacha wabonge I'll be busy doing my thing, and you know ni IGNNO,Motif on the beat

Verse 1.
Akili ni nywele wanataka kuninyoa,pia my wings wanataka kuning'oa,
Nawacheki kwa umbali, wanafuata yangu dira ,kila mimi niki fly wanashikwa na hasira,
Mziki riziki, si kitambo walisema kuwa mimi nimechizi,
nikiwa busy mikiki,angalia saa hizi,
nawazika mazishi ,mahasimu mashizi, wala mimi si fichi,
misitari ni zebra,hii muziki ni wera,
mazingira ni terror, na kunoa ni error,
macho yangu ni radar, usidhani ni vela,
mwanaume ni chedar, mtoto mzuri ni Vera, but I can't bleach my skin cause I like my kiwi shine,
f* you motherfucker kwenye giza nina shine,
shorty nina buy, wale pale wanalie wanalie na maisha na enjoy kabla mimi sija die

Welcome to my dream, to my father's dream,
music is my castle, music is my hustle ,
I'm burning every muscle, they never know my struggle,
you suckers talk a lot, you suckers talk a lot*2

Verse 2
Hallo hallo fellows, bado mimi nina pedal,
nyuma sitazami unaweza soma lebo,
nani kama mimi, na bambisha hivi,
flow yangu heavy mashabiki wanachizi,
kufikia hapa mnajua sio easy,
 na mbona nisicheke marafiki ivi ivi,
mafuns nashukuru kila siku tena sana,
nakama yamepangwa ni wangapi watakana,
nazidi shinikiza kama ubani kanisani
hata pia wapinzani hawatoshi kwa mizani,
nakama vile funza bado mimi nachibuwa,
utadhani ni mafua vile mimi nasumbua,
masela nime tuwa kama jua na macheo,
 na bado mwanisoma kama vile taifa leo,
sipotezi mwelekeo, iwe kesho iwe leo ,
iwe shorty na vileo, nina kita kwa uteo

Welcome to my dream, to my father's dream,
music is my castle, music is my hustle ,
I'm burning every muscle, they never know my struggle,
you suckers talk a lot, you suckers talk a lot*2

Verse 3
Machungu ya maisha yana dunga kama knife,
akianani imekuwa si rahisi kusurvive,
 nanimetoka mbali saa hizi nina rise,
maboys kwa mitaa, wanauliza kwani how?
kote nina vuma cheki tree zina bow, wow!
IGNNO kwenye nare over here mpaka devil yuakimbia
niko deep, in the dream, kila siku nasinzia,
mahaters wana-wish, ninge stagger like this,
kama mlevi kwenye bia nisiweze kufiki-ye ama nivile wana fear,
pesa natafuta nikifoka kwenye snare,
uvivu siezi leya niliacha kuotea,
maisha yako fair and I'm happy doing this
nina fanya fanya this, kama vile do-biz,
the haters wanataka kuninyonga kama tie
nikishoot kama star wana-wish ninge die

Welcome to my dream, to my father's dream,
music is my castle, music is my hustle ,
I'm burning every muscle, they never know my struggle,
you suckers talk a lot, you suckers talk a lot*2