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Destroying public utilities does no harm to government

Kenyans, when protesting a government move, should take care of public property

In Summary

• When you move across the country you will realise that private property is well taken care of whereas public property is misused.

• Destroying public property is primitive on the part of Kenyans.  

The remainder of a vandalised road sign in Chuka town, Tharaka Nithi
VANDALISM: The remainder of a vandalised road sign in Chuka town, Tharaka Nithi
Image: COURTESY

Public property has been seen a non-necessity or misused in the name of ‘ni mali ya serikali’ (state’s property).

Bridges, road signs, roads, public toilets and any other public property, however expensive, is vandalised by the same citizens whose benefit they were built for. Destroying public property is primitive on the part of Kenyans.

They should wake up and realise the importance of these facilities as well as the need to have them since they were placed there for them.

Destroying them will only do them harm; not the government.

 

Communication student, UoN