Saturday, January 12, 2008


1. People are queuing to return looted goods in Mombasa after a Timber Merchant sent out word that a Jinn had put a curse on any one who uses the items.
2. The student who beat his teacher in Eldoret is looking for a new school.
3. The residents of Kisumu have nowhere to shop after they completely ransacked shops, banks and educational institutions along the aptly named Oginga Odinga High Street in the Central Business District which also houses the third British Council offices in the country.
4. Lake shipping traffic has plummeted after Uganda switched the port of entry to Dar es Salaam to the rail head at Mwanza followed by shipping to Entebbe and Jinja.
5. Sony Sugar in Awendo Town has no cane after the nucleus plantations were burnt.
6. The boy who had smoked cannabis and led a gang to torch his mother's house and prevented fire fighters from reaching it is heading for his Aunt's home in Karungu. He is not sure what reception he will get now that Safaricom Mobile is back in the air and word might have reached the Aunt.
7. A Kibera resident is receiving help from Kenya Red Cross after his shack went up in flames minutes after he had burnt his neighbour's property.
8. One would be First Lady is stuck with paint of a certain colour and the one in State House is waiting for the outcome of the peace talks before she starts re-painting.
9. A group of young people who had bought tickets for the cancelled swearing in of the would be President are demanding their fares back.
10. Kenya is losing out on Sports Tourism as the Cricket fixture against Namibia is transferred from Nairobi to Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. It has been reported that 2010 World Cup Finalists have planned direct flights to South Africa without a stop over in Nairobi.

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