A little known evil has been happening as the society looks on. People wonder why our youths are no longer dependable as far a tomorrows national building is concerned, but here it the main reason why we have lost this generation because we do not have time for them anyway!
There is a party that is bound to happen on 12 March in Kileleshwa, one of the Nairobi’s leafy suburbs, that has drawn mixed reaction from the public.
The party, dubbed, Project X is slated to happen this Saturday by no one knows where the venue is. The mode of communication is ‘Tell a friend to tell a friend’. Those interested are supposed to pay Kh500 advance or pay Ksh1000 at the gate. As expected, ‘No one will go home a virgin.’
The police have already banned the so called ‘No Rules’ party saying they would not allow immoral people to cash in in our youths. And have launched an investigation against the people behind Project X and have promised to crackdown such parties in the country.
Today this morning, in one radio show, the presenter asked the public how they feel and think about Project X
Amazingly, the youths who are in college, universities and those in High schools in Nairobi do this almost everyday.
There are those who said that Project X is just a tip of the ugly society that youths are fond of. It is not a wonder why people, especially, employers have been complaining about lack of proper education in Kenyan Universities. And that Kenyan Universities are producing half-baked graduates.
Apparently, university students have all the time they need to go out in wild parties but they never step in class.
According to one student, these youths who engage in such lifestyles rarely attend classes and the only mode of doing exams is copying directly from the books.
Should we blame parents for all these?
Majority of people who participated in that radio show said that parents do not even know if nudity parties are part of life in higher learning institutions.
The society is to carry the cost of wayward youths who now pose a threat to smooth running of Kenya in future.