communication, communication, communication

So  I am a bit frustrated this morning. I am frustrated because after about fifteen minutes of searching, I cannot find any contact information for the offices of the Prime Minister and several other ministries of the Kenyan government. How hard can it be to put these up? How hard can it be to have someone check the mail and/or the email and at least respond to inquiries and all – I am sure there are lots of Kenyans who can do this as a part time job with almost as much pay as the clowns running our government spend on mineral water whenever they attend their many conferences and workshops.

Speaking of workshops. Do we really need all of them? Can’t government be run by competent people who don’t need training in expensive hotels every two days? My hypothesis is that the only reason we have so many workshops is because we have way too many people from villages in Vihiga, Karachuonyo or Maragua in high places. The Kenyan government need not be as expensive and complex as we’ve (or more accurately they’ve) made it.  In reality, it ought to be a team of experienced and knowledgeable technocrats focused on delivery of services and the betterment of Kenyan lives and not the hordes of half-illiterates who invariably betray their ignorance whenever they open their mouths on tv – my latest favorite being that prisons guy who said the buck never stops (I am not sure he understands what this means).

But I digress. All I wanted to know is the contact information of the vice president and prime minister of the Republic of Kenya. Anyone with this information?

PS: The Kenyan Olympic team did me really proud. Hongera!!!

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