That one quote resonates with me and will hopefully strike a nerve or two in someone else. So the question remains the same my fellow revolutionists...will we ever live in a society where being Kikuyu, being Luo, being Kamba, being this and that will yes be a part of our identity but not on a wholistic level? Will we ever just be Jullie, Omondi, Kerubo...Kenyans trying to better our nation for us, for our children and their children whilst celebrating the diversity that is amongst us and not using it as a source of animosity? Are we willing to set aside these so called traditions that advocate hate, injustice and cover-ups for social, economic and political ills that enslave our country, our continent?
Part 3: The link between poverty and corruption, its consequences in developing countries, and how it affects you and me!
Truthspeak- Kenyan Change seeker!