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Unethical Behaviors Committed By Kenyans

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Courtesy is a good virtue when it comes to matters pertaining life. However, the fact has been misused and majority of Kenyans have abused the freedom given to them. There are a lot of unethical behaviors that have been witnessed to be growing among a huge Kenyan population. The following provides some of the topmost unethical behaviors venture in.

Poor Phone Etiquette

Many Kenyans have poor response when it comes to responding to calls. Lot will often abuse the person calling or give rude answers more especially when the person is a stranger. The trend is largely growing making many people lose important things in life such as contacts or promotions by not responding well to phone calls.

Response to natural calls

There has been a continuous growth of trend in a number of Kenyans that can pee at any place. Most of them will not look for latrines or public toilets to have as a place of attending to such issues. It is therefore important for offenders to be taught how to go about with some crucial matters such as those ones.

Overloading in Public Vehicles

A lot of Kenyan conductors have the problem of overloading passengers and when they are addressed they often ignore the respondent and can even end up engaging in fights. The trend is growing and the number of accidents being witnessed to grow has continually risen over the years. Buses should only carry the number of people required and not overload passengers.

Failure to Pay Debts and Money

Many Kenyans will borrow money with very sweet words but the number that will be responsible to pay will be greatly diminished. The problem continues to grow even in the housing sector in which individuals will end up refusing to pay deposits given to them by their tenants. The habit is growing and should be condemned.


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Emerging from the scenic landscapes of Kericho, with its verdant tea fields, James Ndetto's roots may seem a world apart from the bustling urban centers where communication theories are fervently discussed. Yet, it was here, amidst community gatherings and local stories, that James first understood the power of effective communication.

His curiosity took him to one of Kenya's premier universities, where he pursued a degree in Communication Studies. James' academic journey was marked by a desire to merge traditional African communication methods with modern theories and technologies, aiming to bridge the past with the present.

Post-graduation, James channeled his passion and expertise into writing. He began penning articles that provided deep insights into the evolving world of communication, especially as it pertained to the Kenyan context. His work touched upon diverse themes, from interpersonal communication in Kenyan communities to the transformative power of digital platforms in Africa.

James Ndetto's writings quickly resonated with readers across the continent. His unique perspective, which balanced academic rigor with relatable anecdotes, made him a favored voice in the realm of communication studies.

Beyond his written endeavors, James has taken on roles in academia, teaching courses on communication at notable Kenyan institutions. He has also been an active participant in international conferences, representing Kenya and contributing to global dialogues on the future of communication.

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