Many students improve their language skills by regularly reading newspapers. And this has led some Kenyan print media outlets to seek financial support to facilitate the delivery of newspapers to schools for free. Such a noble scheme could be jeopardised by the same media houses' penchant to kill grammar. How do you does!
Well, all editors of English publications in this part of the world, arguably, are not native speakers of the queen's language.
So, should such reckless editorial eyesores be excused?
I doesn't think so!
Again, we are constantly being reminded that language is dynamic.
But caution nevertheless, is prudent, for those inclined to be inventive in their language use.
Of what use is it to gain the crown of innovative language use and lose the sole purpose of communication?