Protests mount against US president Donald Trump‘s immigration order which are set to ban Muslims from countries affected by terror attacks entering the US.
The ban is likely to affect even those who acquired green cards legally leaving many under imminent threat from this action which is said to bring more hatred and loss of allies rather than more safe according to Reed Hastings~CEO Netflix.
“We are a nation of immigrants, and we all benefit when the best and brightest from around the world can live, work and contribute here. ” Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg said.
President Trump should be focusing on togetherness to protect American values of freedom and opportunity rather than building hate and unnecessary threats to the thousands of innocent people living in the US.
Already seven countries have been affected by the Muslim ban which include Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, Iran, Iraq and Libya.
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Lebanon are excluded from the list despite the fact that they are said to have been involved in various attacks on Americans.
The late Muhammad Ali once said that terrorists are not following Islam. Killing people and blowing up people and dropping bombs in places and all this is not the way to spread the word of Islam. So people realize now that all Muslims are not terrorists.
The executive order bans all refugees for four months. No citizen of the seven Muslim countries allowed into US.
Multiple rulings block Trump’s executive order on travel and immigration temporarily and an emergency stay granted for those already in the US.
The world is reacting on Trump’s order on immigration with thousands protesting on the streets of US saying ” This is not who we are”.
Top Republicans including Senator John McCain have raised concerns on travel ban saying there were no consultations with the state.
23- year old Mercy Mokeira has been in the limelight after she clinched Miss Nyamira County title. Kenyans on social media criticised her after she took a photo with prisoners whom they said were beautiful than her.
She has been ill since December having complained of neck pains and taken to Kijabe Mission Hospital where she was treated and later discharged.
Mokeira who was to graduate this year with a Degree in Law at Kenyatta University was admitted at North Kinangop Hospital later this month after developing muscle pains where she died while undergoing treatment.
You may wonder how “people of God” can get that rich and live The Fabulous Life of the Filthy Rich Millionaires but Rev Kathy Kiuna and Bishop Allan Kiuna are proving.
Apparently, The Kiunas are said to have bought a jet. Yes, a jet for their Dad to celebrate his 50th Birthday in style. Oh yeah.
Kenyans took it to social media platforms to bash him with some praising him.
No chills at all. Check out this post
Why not, with a huge congregation and tithes.
Now look,Bishop David Oyedepo of Winners Chappel, Nigeria added another jet to his hanger, for a whooping $30M bringing the number of his private jets to four.
I wonder about Mega Churches and their need to own private jets after all. Is it that many souls will be lost when the Pastor /Bishop wastes time traveling in commercial airline? You’ll realize that as a church member, you’ll pay for the fuel. Why not when you need “them prayers”
Oh, by the way, how did Jesus reach the multitudes?
40 feared dead as a tanker carrying combustible materials rammed into 13 cars before bursting into flames. The number is likely to go higher.
Most of the victims died on the spot, some burnt beyond recognition, after the Ugandan registered tanker carrying an allegedly illegal substance burst into flames on impact. A number of questions have been asked concerning that tragic accident with Kenyans taking it to social media platforms on the matter.
Here are some of the views on Twitter
@JamesLast:Normally a fuel tanker is supposed to use the Mai Mahiu-Naivasha route but someone somewhere allowed it to use the Kijabe-Naivasha route.
@Atanasi_ :Eldoret – Nakuru – Naivasha – Nairobi road is one of the Deadliest Highways in Africa, Lives lost along this Road should worry our govt.
@Matundura78 :So sad about the Naivasha accident. I complained couple of months ago about illegally erected humps on Naivasha NRB highway to @KeNHAKenya
Deputy President William Ruto has sent heartfelt condolences to the families who lost their loved ones in the tragic accident in Naivasha. He said : “Heartfelt condolences to the families that have lost loved ones following the tragic accident at Karai, Naivasha. May the departed souls rest in peace. I urge motorists to be cautious and adhere to traffic rules to avoid deaths, pain and suffering.”
Kenyans have been urged to be careful on the roads this festive season to avoid accidents.