Cut the 'middle class' some slack, our problem is tribalism

We shouldn't be a country united in suffering and whining on social media

In Summary

• If the middle class do not vote as many would want it to appear, then they shouldn't get the flak for the wrong choices made at the ballot.

• That should squarely be on the "lower class" who campaign fervently, vote overzealously and always willing to harm their respective opponents.

Every time there's a public outcry about a national issue, the much talked about "Kenyan middle class" often come under fire.

The ferocity with which some Kenyans train their guns on this ...

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