But I think they had a point. Including @langatkipro who is hell bent on that ideology. The founding fathers f**ked this country to the core and changing tribal allegiance of an individual Kenyan is almost impossible. Wait until that period near election ndio utajua the true colors of Kenyans.
Nope! It only manifest itself once the kids learn about their differences. In Kenyan case, such differences are largely from politics. Otherwise, a kid is oblivious of his or her tribe until the line between us vs them arises.
I was living in Shabaab. As I had said, I am speaking of what I saw not what I heard. In fact, parts like Githima somewhere never recovered. There were still many burnt and left houses as late as 2015.
I was in Nakuru on Jan 2008... The first weeks of Jan it was relatively peaceful...Until around 25th hapo when some shiny eyes decided to chop the head of certain Kalenjin businessman pale town. Kalenjins decided to avenge. They came from deep RV huko. The next few days were HELL on Earth...