A WAR WITHIN
Politics have turned friends into foes and neighbors to strangers. Yes! We are not fighting a physical war but this social war cuts deeper than a sword or a 'panga' could.
One group believes that one community cannot lead a nation every time while the other group declares they are the majority and if they are the only group capable of bring up leaders they will not settle for less.
Our children are caught in the cross fire, they cannot understand why they are not allowed to play with their friends from 'that' community.
A divided nation will fall, inevitably, but i choose to see beyond tribe and look at Kenyans as individuals each with their own strengths and weaknesses.