KENYANS DO NOT NEED THOSE TRIBAL ALLIANCES MR.V.P THINK REFORMS!!!
During a recent fund raising Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka proposed that the three major communities form a political alliance ahead of the 2012 General Elections this has brought him under scathing attack from all walks of life. Surely isn’t he dividing the country by calling for an alliance among Kikuyu, Kalenjin and Kamba communities?
We all hope that leaders should instead try to unite this country and cease forming tribal-based alliances. If these leaders just unite Central, Rift Valley and Eastern provinces, who will be responsible for the other areas which are also part of this country?
Kenyans should also call for a speedy delivery of a new constitution, which should be achieved sooner or later. The Committee of Experts should bring non-contentious issues before the House so that they could be passed, and then handle the contentious areas. I believe that the process should not be delayed since the constitution affects us directly.When Koffi Anna was in the country recently, he purposely wanted to see if any of the reforms under Agenda four (which we discussed earlier on a different article) have been achieved yet. Shockingly very little have been done but our leaders keep saying that they are pushing for changes in the main areas like police force but all we see is increased crimes in almost all parts of the country.
Look at the IDPs who were kicked out of the Eldoret show ground and spent the night in the rains with their families who included young kids. Is this anything to smile about? In as much as the government needs to meet the deadline of relocating these people it would be good to plan where to locate the genuine IDPs because their children are innocent. It is the high time that our leaders stopped wasting time in campaigning for 2012 but instead tackle urgent matters that affect us as Kenyans.