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No, Kenya is not all about Ethnicity: There is Idiology

Talking heads filling our airwaves will always cheat everyone that Kenyan politics is devoid of any ideology, a clear choreographed scheme to justify a pre-colonial narrative of dominance. But as this colonial experiment called Kenya stambles and pretends along it becomes clearer by the day that Kenya's so called ethnic differences, rivalry and/or hatred is, in fact, a strong ideological separation between a civilization that believes in intelligence, justice, integrity, hard work and vision anchored on principles of social democracy and another that is anchored on the Western (particularly US) cold-hearted capitalism where the end justifies the means. In the latter, intellectualism is not rewarded, hardwork doesn't pay and corruption is celebrated. I know for a fact that while both are capitalism, the Scandinavian social capitalism is far removed from the American capitalism. Those strands have been clear in project Kenya right from 1962-3 as the country readied itself for independence.
No, Kenya is not all about Ethnicity: There is Idiology No, Kenya is not all about Ethnicity: There is Idiology Reviewed by Ibrahim Magara on August 14, 2017 Rating: 5

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