In the Diaspora especially, we should be a sister’s keeper not destroyer. Jealousy, rivalry, greed and fast bulk are
among the reasons why it has become apparent that we cannot run a powerful society. There are many societies, formed with great visions, aims and objectives but they are going down at a faster speed than they form, while the
trend in Kenyan is that societies are the one building the nation.
Let’s just say, the rotten fruits can still be recycled as nutrient, so let’s sort them out, throw them in the garden, where the worms and germs will feed on them. They will come out as shining example of improved quality through experience.
UKENTV and African Acts has had a share of the negative publicity, but if you believe in your product and services,
negative publicity can be good publicity as people who did not know about you will find about you. So, for all those that are trying to rise, amidst critics and dream killers, push yourself harder, smarter and faster! 2012 is the year to
throw away rotten fruits. Do you have a rotten fruit in your bag? Tell us about it!