Monday, June 04, 2012

Worrying Developments

That we are fast approaching the general elections is not anybodies guess. The stakes are really high and for a country like ours where most people focus on the distribution of the cake as opposed to creation of that cake, the stakes could even be higher. Its truly understandable. what worries me though is this obsession with excluding one Mr. Raila in the equation and by extension his supporters. It started with the creation of a G7 alliance which was basically bringing 7 provinces together and leaving out 1. For what reason really? What benefit will the rest get by excluding one province? And why should that be allowed to happen? Is anyone seeing this creating chaos and instability to everyone else. The  NCIC's mandate is to facilitate equality of opportunity, good relations, harmony and peaceful co-existence in Kenya according to their website. Why are they allowing this open discrimination to happen?  What kind of impression and emotion is being created in the minds and hearts of simpletons who look upto politicians for direction and leadership? Are we really creating a better country? 


  1. At this stage, I am very open to considering outlawing ethnic intolerance in Kenya - just simply write it into the laws of the land. I'm sick & tired of hearing statements like Jaluo this, Kikuyu that, etc.We have turned a blind eye to tribalism for too long, sweeping this under the carpet simply does not work! It is such issues that keep the country under-performing.

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  3. that kind of impact and feelings is being designed in the thoughts and hearts and thoughts of simpletons who look up to political figures for route and authority At this level, I am very start to considering suspending cultural intolerance in South africa - just simply create it into the regulations of the land

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