Occupy PlayGround


I had to pen this early, in support of Boniface Mwangi. Lang’ata Primary School Playground has been grabbed by some big people, and Kenyans are supposed to stay silent.

Its sad to say the least, that political leaders are not angrier than they should be. A country that wants to move forward cannot let people take advantage of the school going children.

Most schools, in fact, have no playing grounds that the children can have fun at. Its all work and no play, like Kaimenyi asked, “Do you want your child to be dull?” and then the same ruling government goes ahead to grab public land.

On Monday, 19th January, there will be a demonstration at Langata Primary School as from 9am to help secure the land back to the School. See you there!

Follow @bonifacemwangi on Twitter for more details.

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