King'ang'i - How set books helped spark Gen Z protests

"I read Shamba la Wanyama, which said all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others," Mondo added.

In today's morning show, Mike Mondo and Mwalimu King'ang'i discussed how high school set books sparked protests among Gen Zs.

Mwalimu King'ang'i stressed, "Mstahiki Meya by Timothy Arege, Kigogo by Pauline Keya, and Kidagaa Kimemwozea by Ken Walibora. These books weren't just set books; they make you reflect."

Mike Mondo also shared his thoughts on a set book he read, elaborating, "These books used to impart moral lessons. I read Shamba la Wanyama, which said all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others."

They noted that these set books provided Gen Zs with knowledge of geopolitics and their rights.

Mike and King'ang'i highlighted how this empowered Gen Zs to confront the government and question the president's accountability.

Some listeners chimed in. Read some of the comments below:

Peter_thylion commented, "A hungry stomach doesn't wait; that's Ruto and his government because he thinks we'll wait until menopause like Moi, but we're starting here and now."

Waithira_kamunyu added, "A hungry stomach doesn't wait is definitely referring to Zakayo, Murkomen, Sudi, Ichungwa, and those other MPs who voted yes!"