Kerry Martin and Kwambox

On today's morning show with Kwambox and Kerry, the two discussed how different generations are opposing and fighting against the Finance Bill.

"You know, at this rate, let's say this was 1963, right? Millennials and Gen Z are here fighting for our rights, we achieved freedom until the Europeans left. Then fast forward to 1999, you take your child to school, and you were there, then you hear the child say, 'Me, I love Gen Z, they fought for freedom,'" remarked Kwambox.

"And you know you're a millennial and you were there. Why does it seem like it's only Gen Z?" Kerry asked, trying to explain to Kwambox by using an example of the Mau Mau fighters in the forest versus those who supported from their homes.

He likened Gen Z to the Mau Mau in the forest and Millennials to those who supported from their homes.

"And then you hear that freedom was fought by the Mau Mau, and maybe you were one of those people taking tea to the Mau Mau, all light and all jokes," Kwambox added.

Kwambox then mentioned to Kerry that she had seen a newspaper with people protesting, and there was a woman on the frontline who didn't quite look like a Gen Z, but the headline claimed they were Gen Z.

"Imagine that lady seeing herself in the newspaper today and thinking, 'I've seen you in the newspaper, are you Gen Z?' This lady isn't Gen Z, but it's okay," Kwambox chuckled.

"As I was saying, the wife of Dedan Kimathi doesn't belong in a semi-permanent house; she should be given a Statehouse," Kerry commented.