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Africa: Bbi Is the Most Expensive Report in Africa

BBI signatures – The cost of compiling the BBI report must have run into billions of shillings, remarks Mohammed Fazal Hussein. He wonders whether this is the most expensive report ever generated in Africa or the world. He also finds the digital format for collecting signatures for the referendum mind-boggling. “I wish the efficiency could be used in running ministries.” His contact is Mohammed78611021@Hotmail.com.

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Covid in church- The biggest joke, James Gakuo says, is the Interfaith Council on Covid-19’s involvement in revising the health rules to reduce the number of people, who should be allowed to attend church services, as one of the means to curb the spread of the pandemic. He poses: “Is the coronavirus spreading only in the churches? Who do these people really represent?” His contact is gakks2002@yahoo.com.

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Covid in church- The biggest joke, James Gakuo says, is the Interfaith Council on Covid-19’s involvement in revising the health rules to reduce the number of people, who should be allowed to attend church services, as one of the means to curb the spread of the pandemic. He poses: “Is the coronavirus spreading only in the churches? Who do these people really represent?” His contact is gakks2002@yahoo.com.

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Safaricom data – Robert Musamali is not amused that whenever his internet bundles are depleted, Safaricom raids his airtime. Says he: “Whenever I buy data bundles, I intend to only use, say 20MB or 50MB. They should disconnect my line from the internet if the data bundles are used up, as they do with airtime. Ironically, my line is only disconnected when airtime runs out.” His contact is rbrtmsml@gmail.com.

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Nairobi Metropolitan – Nairobi Metropolitan Services, Babu Shah notes, is fixing pavements on 1st and 2nd Parklands avenues and recarpeting other roads, which is laudable. However, he is unhappy that rubble is left behind. “It seems the work is of poor quality because it’s not supervised by roads engineers. With the rains, the roads will have bigger potholes. Please stop the wastage.” His contact is auntykash@gmail.com.

Have a prudent day, won’t you!


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