Pigs and the bile of religious hypocrisy
Unemployed youths constitute a time bomb ticking towards disaster
A former media consultancy client and friend of mine, whom I met at the University of Nairobi in early 1970s, the former president of East African Court of Justice, Moijo Mataiyia ole Keuiwa, (God rest his soul in peace) revealed to me that in his early school days he was growing to be a devout Roman Catholic but was driven away by the hypocrisy of his Italian father-cum-teacher.
Like many other students, ole Keuiwa was an innocent believer that Catholic fathers never married because their oath of celibacy prohibited them from engaging in affairs that would lead then astray towards sexual activities. That was until one late Sunday afternoon when he wandered into some bushy scrubland and heard some female giggling that captured his curiosity.