Things Kenya Would Be Better Without; Socialites

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(Last Updated On: March 11, 2016)

Kenyans have a lot of opinions pertaining to many topics, however to the things that Kenya needs, there seems to be middle ground. Here are the most common things  people think Kenya would be better without:

 

  • Selfishness
  • Violence against women
  • Corruption
  • Tribalism
  • Lack of good morals

 

Apart from the above issues, a new trend has also emerged in Kenya that is not painting a good picture of the country.

The rise of the socialite 

 

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Corazon Kwamboka

Being a socialite has brought out a completely different meaning of the word. Young girls now have the mentality that if they want to be rich and famous all they can do is be socialites. Socialites in Kenya have defined the real meaning of immorality and they apply a lot of make up and perfume to make it attract the rest of the world.

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Vanessa Chettle

The word socialite was not even in the African vocabulary, until a few Kenyans lost their sense of direction and decided to buy everything whether good or bad from the west. Some of the worlds’ known socialites include Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. They both became famous through uncouth behaviors. One spends a lot of money that is not hers and the other came to the lime light out of a sex tape.

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Vera Sidika

Is this the direction Kenya wants to take with its young women? Are we going to burry our heads and pretend that everything is A- Okay? We need to wake up and show our young ladies that being a so-called socialite is not the way. If they want fame and money then they should venture into investing in their talents, skills and education instead of selling and showing out their sacred bodies.

Risper Faith
Risper Faith

Kenya would be better without the influence and perhaps girls wouldnt be so eager to attend the Project X sort . If we start eliminating the little things that are pulling us down then we will be able to deal with the elephants we have had for a long time.

What do you think Kenya would be better without? Tell us below.

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