How ‘football shirts' left at football grounds during ‘match days' ended up in Kenya. Those were the words of BBC news reporter this morning. The BBC followed the announcement with moving images of mainly teens kicking football wearing those ‘tops', whilst the purportedly humanitarians who brought those T-shirts smiling and cheering at the game. When the focus shifted back to the studio the reporter could not contain her sarcastic smile after she spoke of those words on BBC live TV ‘this morning', aimed at internal audience. Question that came into my mind? What was the intention of this information in the western media early Sunday morning, if not to humiliate us and portray Kenya (or Africa for that matter) of being in need of clothing. I mean was there a necessity to tell the whole country on what happened to their unwanted ‘football shirts'. To me this was absurd reporting aimed at cooking propaganda as if Africa needs that kind of trash inside its perimeters. It's not as if people walk around naked and are worried of what to wear. This type of reporting aims to mislead their society of our lovely continent and its people. Why don't they report on issues such as ‘Salaula' and shyt, were the so called charities of theirs collect clothing in the name of charity. Only to turn them as commodities in African markets as ‘mitumbas', and still make profit out that. Or why don't they film aid taken in places such as Nepal, Bangladesh and other third world countries outside Africa and show them to their audience. Honestly I'm loosing patience with Mr.Mzungu.