Divided By Unknown Fear.

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English: Orthographic projection map of Kenya highlighted in green. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It appeared in Kenya‘s local dailies that foreign diplomats are ‘uncertain’ about the future of this country after the general election on March 4, 2013. They may be right or wrong, but who cares! We have to make it through this forth coming huddle. The country itself is nothing, however, people who live in the land that they call a country -state are ‘something’, and they have certain obligations for the growing nation.

As politics is shaping up the corners of our nation, we should be very careful on how we conduct ourselves,  not to irate one another in public campaigns and on election day.

I do not understand why we seems so divided, yet we work together in times of need. I was amazed the other day when people used a social site #Twitter to get their loved ones home safely when the public transport went on strike. I hope that this kind of togetherness should lead our ways of life.

We have been through a lot, basing our journey in a mist of unforgettable tale. There is one sure way to succeed, be happy once more as proudly Kenyans: True reconciliation.

Unity comes through inter-communal coexistence. We have no space for divisions and hatred. Politics is there to stay, but change comes in when people are ready to adapt another way of playing it. In fact, good politics should unite people, I am afraid to say we lack good politics in Kenya and this is what has been hounding us since the beginning of multiparty in the country.

Uphold peace and everything else will follow.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Divided By Unknown Fear.

    Hopeful For a Better Tomorrow « Waflay Post said:
    December 14, 2012 at 23:53

    […] Divided By Unknown Fear. (waflay.wordpress.com) […]

    mistermaxxx08 said:
    May 12, 2014 at 10:23

    very much on point. thank you

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