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Video: Kenya’s state of tribalism

Posted by Administrator on April 17, 2012

The Cafe is in Nairobi this week to discuss what Kenyans and their prime minister have to say about unity and identity after an election in 2007 that sparked violence along ethnic lines.

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5 Responses to “Video: Kenya’s state of tribalism”

  1. cnimm said

    To admit on Camera that Kenya is run by a few and the grand coalition is just an outfit was brave. The presidency, including the civil service, is responsible for the social injustices and ethnic exclusion that exist in Kenya today. What we probably needed to ask the PM is whether he feels frustrated by the powerlessness of his office. What we also needed to ask him is whether he would show up in a cafe on the invitation of Al Jazeera had he been the President of the Republic of Kenya. Power gets into the heads of people very quickly. The PM is no exception; the ethnic block in ODM is doing him no good. PNU and all its affiliates all are tribal outfits. When shall we have a Kenyan Outfit? I look forward to the corruption debate and I do hope Githongo will be in attendance.

  2. cnimm said

    Just forgot to say that I enjoyed this more than Jeff Koinange’s bench

  3. Johana Wanjikru Thuku said

    This is all crap crap crap crap and more crap!! i luv the cafe appearance but all the rest was bull crap all the way

  4. POKO said

    why is this woman dressed in “kitchen clothes” and talking of such heavy matters….bure kabisa.

  5. cnimm said

    Interesting this debate has not attracted detailed responses. Michael Joseph was right about Kenyans and their queer calling and
    response habits

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