By Justus Atuti
I have never seen a man so naive. So barbaric. So proud, like he is the Alfa and the Omega like the boy named Itumbi ( whatever that name means). Is the name Itumbi, Matumbi or Motumbi? He is as confused as his name. I want to assume it is Motumbi, as a matter of correction, and I stand corrected.
Motumbi is one of the famous men who owned a kipanda in Kisii town at the old central bus park( and I guess he can’t be your dad, for he is more mannered than that). He was known east, west, north and south of Kisii highlands and he was a point of reference, Mwamotumbi Hotel, the cheapest Kibanda in town. That is not my story though.
Assuming it is Itumbi. If you are a role model of youths in Jubilee, then we as parents are all dead alive! Dead because the future of the same youths is oblique. If we have future less youths, what tomorrow are we left with?
Boy, stop being Mr Know-It-All. Learn from history. Life does not start from Government Inspector and end at Government Inspector. Do you call yourselves digital? Wise boys take their time to respond to issues affecting the society. Youths don’t involve themselves in wrong deals that affect their community where they come from, for you create enemies within yourselves and your family.
The issue of land started long before you were born. The issue of land has left your king naked. Instead of covering him up, you are actually laughing at him. Uhuru, your king is naked. His family is the chief land grabber in our nation. You know not about this because bado unanuka maziwa ya mama.
On issues affecting our motherland, you would have been a real youth, a hero, if you championed nationalism rather than tribalism. This farther exposes your naked king to public ridicule. Do you know Kenyatta is the most ridiculed president( if he is one) in the world today, the most hated by his own countrymen? The likes of you are the reason.
Please, young Itumbi, ( did I get it right this time round?) punguza midomo yako buggy. For you will not have a place to lay them tomorrow. Don’t be number one to open your stinky mouth on issues you understand little. The saying is very clear…AS YOU GO UP THE LADDER, REMEMBER THOSE YOU ARE LOOKING DOWN ON. THEY MAY BE YOUR SAVIOURS TOMORROW WHEN YOU COME DOWN TUMBLING.
Ajidhaniye amesimama, aangalie asianguke. Learn that Mr Government Inspector. For your day to come down is coming…..siku ya watenzi wote. When you tumble down, who will you meet?