“Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things”. Philippians 4:8 (KJV)
That is not what happened recently. I have decided to walk with the poor, the destitute and, if I may use the political classification “the mahaslers and the masufferers’. To do this, we must leave our Toyotas, Range Rovers, Mercedes, and Peugeots (yes Peugeot is still popular with Kenyans) home and take the mart! It is hear you sit together in some Sacco transportation breathing hot dusty air, spreading all kinds of diseases! I mean how do you know the person next to you has TB? How!?
Any way, in most of the buses, the talk radio is classic 105 with Maina Kageni and Kingangi. I have, the few times I have taken these uncomfortable mettle boxes forced to listen to these idle talkers discussing with the callers, stuff. I feel sorry for the children and the Christian community who have to listen to this filth!
What shocked me was that in a conversation of the Divine Principles, my pastor friend who takes the SACCO boxes to identify with the M&Ms used Maina and Kingangi as reference to make a case! Maina and Kingangi? These are the guys who are being used by Kenyan Gays and Lesbians and all other vises to indoctrinate the populars so that Kenyans may move from the conservative cultural and religious tradition to the depraved minds of Californians! Maina and Kingangi? These are the characters that in their discussions disqualify Kenyans as religious hypocrites! These guys are not there to help the young adopt moral and virtues living, rather, these are, in my opinion, mouth pieces of the Devil himself! These are the characters who promote alcoholism by talking about the shots of whisky they drink. These are dangerous people whose show should be avoided at all costs!
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You see, although the Divine I AM is permissive, allowing for the freedom of speech, he does present an exclusive conversational principle that is divinely sanctioned. We, who believe, part from the Mainas and Kingangis, we must think on these things, and shut off these kinds of filthy mouths!
OP-ED -Teddy Njoroge Kamau (PhD) in Kijabe.