Covid-19 cash thieves should not expect any mercy

What you need to know:

  • Anybody who has stolen the funds should be hunted down like a murderer.
  • President Uhuru Kenyatta should call a truce between the warring Jubilee Party factions

Truce • To lower the rising political temperatures, Githuku Mungai wants President Uhuru Kenyatta to call a truce between the warring Jubilee Party factions. The people he wants reined in include Vice-chairperson David Murathe, who has become increasingly belligerent with his “thenge” (goat)-like beard. “Can't the President see anything wrong with what is going on?” His contact is [email protected]

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Grave matter • Lang’ata Cemetery, Nairobi, is unsightly due to lack of maintenance, moans Lara K’Onditi. “Our parents and siblings were buried there and it’s heartbreaking to visit their graves. We have to wade through thorny bushes to get there. I’ve tried to maintain the graves but I have to jump over haphazardly dug fresh ones. The place needs a clean-up.” Her contact is [email protected]

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Missing • A package sent to Emmanuel Waya by EMS from the US on March 7 (tracking number EP863390729US) has neither been delivered nor returned to the sender. Despite several visits to the EMS office, it can’t be traced and yet the tracker shows it arrived at the JKIA, Nairobi, on March 14. “It’s very frustrating!” he laments. His contact is Tel 0720888800 or [email protected]

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Calling Waita • An admirer of State House official Nzioka Waita, Dan Murugu, says he has followed him since his time at Safaricom with his colleagues such as Chris Muthama, Ronny Osumba and Wangari Murugi. However, he’s unhappy that the man, a source of inspiration to youth, is hardly seen in public. “I wish to see him at state functions,” pleads Dan, whose contact is [email protected]

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Cursed • The heartless people who steal the Covid-19 funds should not expect any mercy, says Joe Ngige Mungai. “Covid-19 has devastated the economy. Anybody who has stolen the funds should be hunted down like a murderer. Once arrested, take them to quarantine centres and then to court and prison. This way, they will live to be haunted by the theft.” His contact is [email protected].

 Have a deterrent day, won’t you!