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Nahashon Kimemia
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Brian Bera, the JKUAT student who wanted to attack Uhuru at State House. Is he a madman, hero, or villain?

Some people say that a psychiatric should examine him. Is he mad?

Others say that he is one among many frustrated youths. Is he a hero?

The GSU guards at State House shot him to immobilize him. Is he a villain?

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  1. The student was clearly out of it when he wanted to take that step and attack the president of a nation. Evidently, he feels obliged to step up in that way because he doesn't feel taken care of as a student and as a citizen too. There is alot he would want to say and would be easier if someone wouldRead more

    The student was clearly out of it when he wanted to take that step and attack the president of a nation. Evidently, he feels obliged to step up in that way because he doesn’t feel taken care of as a student and as a citizen too. There is alot he would want to say and would be easier if someone would air out the matters eating him up rather than lashing him out. He might have had a bad approach but he ought to be listened to and things acted upon instead if condemning him. I don’t think it’s right to term him as mad. I’m neither in support of his approach to the matter nor against it. I just think he needs to be listened to. A softer approach can be used besides violence. At least, I believe that.

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  1. I think the student was not in his right mind, there was something that was going through his mind. There is no way that a sober person can try to invade a well protected area.

    I think the student was not in his right mind, there was something that was going through his mind. There is no way that a sober person can try to invade a well protected area.

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  2. The student was clearly out of it when he wanted to take that step and attack the president of a nation. Evidently, he feels obliged to step up in that way because he doesn't feel taken care of as a student and as a citizen too. There is alot he would want to say and would be easier if someone wouldRead more

    The student was clearly out of it when he wanted to take that step and attack the president of a nation. Evidently, he feels obliged to step up in that way because he doesn’t feel taken care of as a student and as a citizen too. There is alot he would want to say and would be easier if someone would air out the matters eating him up rather than lashing him out. He might have had a bad approach but he ought to be listened to and things acted upon instead if condemning him. I don’t think it’s right to term him as mad. I’m neither in support of his approach to the matter nor against it. I just think he needs to be listened to. A softer approach can be used besides violence. At least, I believe that.

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  3. When the madness of an entire nation disturbs a solitary mind, it is not enough to say the man is mad. - Francis Imbuga

    When the madness of an entire nation disturbs a solitary mind, it is not enough to say the man is mad. – Francis Imbuga

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  1. Brian fully represents what the majority of the people are going through.Young Kenyan youths feel like there future has been stolen and the people who are suppose to protect them aren't addressing the key issues affecting them. Unemployment is a looming pandemic. We have graduates but unemployed.

    Brian fully represents what the majority of the people are going through.Young Kenyan youths feel like there future has been stolen and the people who are suppose to protect them aren’t addressing the key issues affecting them.
    Unemployment is a looming pandemic. We have graduates but unemployed.

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  1. He is all the three in one. It only depends on the angle from which you look at it.

    He is all the three in one. It only depends on the angle from which you look at it.

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  2. He is neither a mad man, a villain, or a hero. Many young people are frustrated with life and he just had the courage to act it out. That's why he was never detained. The political class know that such acts are a sign that their control over people is working.

    He is neither a mad man, a villain, or a hero. Many young people are frustrated with life and he just had the courage to act it out. That’s why he was never detained. The political class know that such acts are a sign that their control over people is working.

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