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Friday, January 18, 2008

Rock for Charity

A rock show to help the victims of the recent post-election violence in Kenya.
Date: 27th January, 2008.
Venue: The Cockpit, Langata Road (Opposite Langata Uchumi Hyper)
Time: 2pm to 8pm
Bands: Murfy's Flaw, Seismic, Edge of Reason, Bob Rambo, The Fumes, gods of mischief
Entry: Dry foods (e.g beans, rice, flour etc), medicine, blankets, clothes, etc.

Friday, January 4, 2008

Kenya Only

"Let my flag remind me
Of my sacred duty
Black for the people
Green for the land
Red for the price of freedom
And white for peace in Kenya
My pride, my strength, my joy
Always peace in Kenya
In pride, in strength, in joy."

-"Kenya Only" by Eric Wainaina. After the August 1998 terrorist attacks in Kenya, the song was adopted as the official song of mourning. And now during this period of political unrest as a result of the December 2007 General Elections, "Kenya Only" is the cry of the majority of Kenyans, who just want peace in Kenya. God bless Kenya.

"O God of all creation /Ee Mungu nguvu yetu
Bless this our land and nation /Ilete baraka kwetu
Justice be our shield and defender /Haki iwe ngao na mlinzi
May we dwell in unity /Natukae na undugu
Peace and liberty /Amani na uhuru
Plenty be found within our borders." /Raha tupate na ustawi

-First verse of the Kenyan national anthem (English and Swahili version)