Unity is possible if we join hands

Negative ethnicity, parochial cultural attitudes deeply entrenched in Kenya.

In Summary
  • For a long time, Kenyans have struggled with cohesion and integration.
  • Our post-colonial narrative as a nation is replete with tales that threaten our oneness as a people despite the strides we have made as a country.

Thomas Sankara, a military captain, Marxist revolutionary and pan-Africanist who led Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987, said ‘Africa must dare to invent the future’. This meant Africa’s unity and ...

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