INEQUALITY

How roads behaviours reflect Kenya's problems

We need to redistribute the burden of risk across our system and dismantle the privileges and entitlement

In Summary

• Like the police on our roads, our institutions of accountability simply serve to keep everybody in their proper place.

• They are there to police the citizens, to clear a path for our betters. You can see the same thing at work in the vaccine distribution exercise.

One can learn a lot about the problems of Kenya by observing the behaviour on our roads.

Like the government that built them, they are hideously expensive but rarely in good shape. Everyone is ...

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