Time moves in a straight line, even if this is in a cyclic manner like a clock or the changing seasons. The past is behind, the future is in front, and the present is somewhere in the middle. This linear arrangement should always hold true. But a bold Kenyan media outlet wants us to believe in twisted timelines.
For any engagement with the audience to be meaningful, the information distributed by the media must be logical.
In the above newspaper article, either:
- the examination is set to last from November 7 to September 4 the following year
- or it begins November and miraculously ends in September of the same year.
Using this standard, one can throw a stone today, and kill a bird yesterday!