Friday, March 5, 2010

Esther Arunga Loosing Her Chaguo la Teeniez Award Nomination: Was it Justified?

Most of us watched closely the recent turn of events involving former KTN News anchor Esther Arunga that were quite complicated. It was marked by her drastic decisions she made, and that’s what left many questions in people’s minds. It is obvious that some decisions we make come at a cost, but could Esther have had too much than she bargained for? For instance, for someone like her, walking near a police cell, let alone being in one, would have been a strange piece. Now she can tell you a thing or two about it.

But her woes are far from over. Having been a darling and a good example to many, she had been nominated for the Chaguo la Teeniez award, which votes on the best role model; almost has a tag on her! But that is no more, and she has been replaced. My nagging question is, was this justified? I believe that one event cannot change who you are. It shouldn’t be fair to entirely rely on it in judging someone.

So who has replaced Esther for the nomination, you must be asking. Well, someone you know very well, that's Michael Joseph, Safaricom's CEO. Could someone educate me more on this award please?

1 comment:

  1. That just shows how kenyans are a bunch of pretenders. If we were to get into the details of those leading the unfounded attack on Esther, we would be surprised. Reminds one of the pharisees who wanted to stone Mary after sleeping with her. Thanks to Christ who read their sins like a book.