Sunday, February 27, 2011

#Kenya28Feb: Stand for Kenyan girls!

Stand for Kenya!
Stand For Kenya(n girls)!
We are extremely proud to be Kenyan!
We are proud of our beautiful country!
We are proud of our diversity, cultures and traditions!

We are proud of our heroes! (we have Akuku Danger)
We are proud of our high achievers! (yes, I am referring to Rafiki Kenya)

We are proud of being hustlers! (even the blog The Kenyan Hustler never really took off)
We are proud of our hoods! (Buru Buru being one of the best hoods, with only one problem: there are too many lesbians!)

We are proud of our tribes and twengs! (yes we are, and thank you Lord in particular for Kamba ladies, they are hot and cute)
We are proud of our kanges and our mats! (free porn included on our matatus)

We are proud of our artists and musicians! (thank you Kaz (the $10,000 for a kiss on the lips girl) and Avril for your nice pictures)
We are proud of our industries and farms! (yes, we do have a variety of industries; some of them on Koinange Street in Nairobi)
We are proud of our sports teams! (Janet Wanja for example likes playing with (volley)balls)

Oh yes, and apparently, Kenya has the most beautiful girls.

On the 28th of February 2011 at 1pm, wherever you are, at work, in the supermarket, in traffic, in school, on campus, in hospitals, in churches, in mosques, in temples, in synagogues, on sports pitches, in court, on your farm, at police stations, at armed forces barracks, in matatus, in buses, on the beach, in the game parks, at the airport, in parliament, in State House, in your homes, ...

On the 28th of February 2011 at 1pm, we stand
On the 28th of February 2011 at 1pm, we unite
On the 28th of February 2011 at 1pm, we shall speak in one voice.

On the 28th of February 2011 at 1pm, let’s sing our beautiful and powerful National Anthem, all three verses.
On the 28th February 2011 the world will watch as Kenyans stand UNITED;
1pm, 1 nation, 1 people, 1 anthem, united in 1 prayer for 1 Kenya
We are Kenya!

Monday, February 21, 2011

How did hot Ugandan girls vote?

How did she vote?
I never managed to find one political line among the hottest Kenyan girls. In our last Presidential elections for instance, some of them voted for Raila Odinga, others for Mwai Kibaki, and still others for Kalonzo Musyoka. I must admit my two favorite gals voted for Kalonzo Musyoka, but I can't generalize at all.

But the situation in Uganda seems to be different. I just did a small survey of the 5 hottest girls I know in Uganda. And guess what? All five of them voted for Kizza Besigye!

So today we are asking: "Is there a link between hotness and voting patterns in Uganda?"

I really don't know. I have always been told there are a lot of hot girls in Uganda. And now, if they all voted for Kizza Besigye, how come Yoweri Museveni still 'won' the elections? Of course my sample size is very small and maybe not reliable, so I need your help here.

  • Do you have any hot female friends in Uganda? How did they vote?
  • Or are you a hot Ugandan girl yourself? If yes, how did you vote? (and what's your number?)

Please use the comment section below to give me your views on this.