In the current doctors strike, it does not matter who the President is: Kikuyus, Luos, and kalenjin patients all suffer. They are all not attended to. This is why we must rise up as Kenyans of goodwill and faith to rise up against bad leadership.
Imagine this. In our funeral committees, we only select the best. It doesn't matter which tribe they belong to. In our medical committees, we only select the most righteous to lead it, since we don't want anyone to steal the money.
In our school and fundraising we select only the best that are dedicated to the progress of that school. If someone has a history of stealing, we would not dare select them to head the school committee, because the school will not progress.
In the same vein, we would not dare select people that are lazy and don't know how to manage to head it.
If we can do this for our village committees, why don't we ignore it in selecting leaders for Kenya. Why do we ignore it in selecting leaders for Africa? Imagine if someone who led the building of a school and it flourished was elected the MCA, then the MP, then the Governor?
Imagine if we applied the same to Africa, wouldn't Africa have progressed? Wouldn't we be happy and more satisfied? Wouldn't Africa have been an ideal place? Think about it the next time you head to cast your vote at the polling station?