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(From The Nation (Kenya) - AAGM)
Byline: Oyunga Pala
Each year, this column throws barbs and bouquets at certain Kenyans for their deeds and misdeeds
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the second edition of the self-funded/self titled Oyunga awards of distinction. These special mentions are reserved for Kenyans from all walks of life who contributed in some way or the other to the disturbing but sometimes refreshing nature of our national character.
In this year's time capsule, you will find some public gestures that were worthy of note, others you may even consider inspirational but the majority I can safely say, were shenanigans. The range moves from displays of excellence to what some might term as odd behaviour. The selection of nominees was random and the lessons are of national relevance. You will be pleased to note they are not bogged down by gender as alleged by critics. The cash prizes promised last year are absent as the anticipated lucrative sponsorship from organisations that support struggling publicity stunts wasn't forthcoming.
Without further ado, rolling drums, lights and the list of 42...
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