Uhuru, Ruto and their allies are out to show their opponents that the two politicians can, individually and collectively, marshal millions of Kenyans behind them.
I have always wanted to write of how I see the future of my children in Kenya being “unsecure”. But in the simple fear of being branded a “tribalist”, I have shied away from the subject. But recent events have made me question further whether I am “tribal” by expressing my fear that my children will be “demonised” by “Kenyans” for being born to this “tribe” that I never applied to belong to.
My fear that my future children will have a hard time being “Kenyans” is drawn from recent happenings in the country – in the name of equality. Since the enactment of a new Constitution, my “tribe” has been under scrutiny and even discriminated against as appointments are made. The reason is that…
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