If Kenyatta was to rise from the dead ...
We celebrate Kenyatta day every 20th October. Now if Kenyatta rose from the dead today, 31 years later, am sure these would be some of the things he would say, do or experience.
>Am sure if he was told to address the country, he would start with 'Nduguzanguni! Nawapenda woo- wote!'
>He would be shocked to realize some of the people who served in his Government are still in government.
>He would appear in an Alvaro advert saying, "Nduguzanguni! Hii pombe haina any alcohol content."
>He would ask why canning in schools was banned. He would then cane the minister who banned it to set a good example!
>If he met Raila Odinga, he would salute him and say, 'Kura waliiba.'
>If he met Moi, he would slap him.
>If he met uhuru, he would have to be restrained!
>If he met Kiraitu Murungi in person, he would roll on the floor laughing.
>If Chirau Ali Makwere appeared just then, the old man would pee on himself.
>If Kalembe Ndile appeared soon after, the poor man would die. Again!
>If he met Kibaki, he would ask him, "Wewe Kinyangarika, upumbavu huu wa kuita watu wengine mavi ya kuku ulifunzwa na nani?"
>Am sure he would take a tour of Koinange street and see the much the country has to offer in terms of human resources.
>He would have a heart attack when he heard how many ministers we have. If he recovered and met their assistants, he would get a coma!
>He would prefer Genge to Kapuka. He would especially fall in love with Nonini's Kiroro, Jua Cali's track Kiasi and Nameless' ni Furahiday. He would then send the request to Kiss to play the songs. The sms would be something like "Kiroro kiasi. Ni furahiday"
Have a great Kenyatta day, wont you