The Nyali porn expose – Where we are going wrong.

The expose on the female College students who were nabbed producing pornography using a dog as their sex partner is slowly settling from a scary media revelation to a private court affair.

I watched on TV daily as the ladies were paraded on the accused stand in court with the media busy trying to get as much as they could of their embarrassed faces.

My question however, from a sociological perspective is the Why of their actions. However much the clergy, the government and every other individuals or organized bodies may be keen on condemning the ladies together with their actions as evident from the public reaction following the media release, they are evading the fact that these are the daughters of poor Kenyans who may be trying to make ends meet the best way they know how. The fact that so many college going students struggle to meet their basic needs,leave alone their college fees should be challenged.

The numerous outflows of the free primary and free secondary education are left academically stranded after completing their O levels. Even though the Higher Educations Loans Board has really tried to alleviate these uncertainties by funding University Education for the bright but needy students, many more continue to ponder over ways to pursue their academic ambitions so as to attain their lives goals. In these publicly convicted ladies are the answers to what needs to be done to save the youth from perishing in their dreams of the future through the wayward avenues that they decide to pursue to meet their objectives.

Also to blame is the failing parental influence over the youth. Parents have of late become deeply engrossed in their careers at the expense of their children. The young have become the business of hired house helps! Our Africanism is fading and with it goes our societal morals and controls.

I am certain that many more continue to ply this type of trade not out of self will, but as a result of desperation in making easy money and hence quick success. It’s time that all stakeholders played their roles in safeguarding societal norms and fully playing our roles as parents, educationists, religious  groups and government departments in ensuring that the young are continually supported in their lives’ endeavors.

At the moment, the comic story shall be told and forgotten. However, the root of it all shall remain firmly on the ground. Unless someone does something;not by tribalising the entire issue on Social Media based on which tribes had a representation in the group and which ones didn’t. Neither is the solution in condemning the residents of Nyali or the entire female population from the Coast region. The human mind which we all have can do much better than the petty finger pointing that is the order of the moment!

I have played my part by provoking this alternative line of thinking. It is now your turn.

Ooko Victor – @VictorMkubwa

Ookoscope, the way it is!

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25 thoughts on “The Nyali porn expose – Where we are going wrong.

  1. Everything in Kenya of late is about women, women this, women that, what the hell is going on? thank you for give another writer an oppotunity to go and find the root couse for all this and more about there family backgrounds, it might help you fight for women in Kenya.You people talk too much about women and give them everything ensure, they have all it takes and at the end of the day developing crime like in Bungoma in men. ok. go on and lets build Kenya,through that. KEEP FORGETING THE BOY CHILD AND LETS SEE WHAT HAPPENS IN THE GENERATION TO COME IN MEN!

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    • @Will,you sound very angry in your response. My post tries to address the entire college going population. I agree with you that the boy child has of late been a back seat passenger in the pursuant of gender equality. However, that doesn’t mean that speaking against what I believe to be wrong deep inside me is improper. Male or female, we are all humans and should take care of each other.

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  2. I agree with you. Fact is we have all heard what goes on not only at the Coast but even at the hallways and student quarters of some of our best universities. We have done nothing to remedy the situation. It may be a beastly act but we need to give these young people proper alternatives. This sounds like it’s just a tip of the iceberg and taking them to court might not even stop them unless it’s followed up by some tangible positive action.

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  3. Ok times are tough and probably willl get tougher.I dont agree with what you say about having no option.Next you shall say armed robbing rapists were pushed by poverty. You are just justifing them.What they did is their own choice (unless they we forced).

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    • Thanks for stopping by @David.You have a point in your response, however I am a student leader in a leading local University and my line of thought is from the troubles facing my students. Funds happens to be one of the reasons.

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  4. great post mister. I totally believe that many college girls are forced into such and other shameful behaviors by their genuine need for the ever elusive shilling. Our campus girls need money, if the parent doesn’t provide, the sugar daddy will – if he doesn’t, the nearest strip club will – worse even some lecturers are also up for her young beauty…

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