Are Kenyans “free” as they celebrate Madaraka Day Tomorrow?

56 years ago Kenyans were free. Free from hardship lifestyle endured during colonial time. People celebrated the end of British regime with smiles . Neo-colonialism came to play in the name of blacks ruling blacks.

As Kenyans step into another commemoration, majority are still heart-broken. With the promise of alleviating poverty  turning to  a song. Corruption cases have continued to thrive at the expense of the poor. Who will save Kenyans?

A big percentage of Kenyans are still hoping for a new dawn. Whether it will take a millenium to bare fruits, they keep their hopes alive. Power hungry leaders  are groomed day in, day out in the country.

Do you feel your freedom as a Kenyan? Are you politically free? Are you economically empowered? Many queries lingers in the mind of citizens even as they approach Vision 2030.

 

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