Of late we have been treated to a cacophony of corruption cases. This got me thinking of the back and forth we keep on going on issues pertaining to corruption. My opinion is until we the educated class/the middle class with all our suits, I-pads,classy shoes etc set up a date(s) and descend on the streets and demand a corruption free government and prosecution of the corrupt that are destroying the whole society,nothing will change. The government only uses the marginalized folk for votes but doesn't listen to their cries since they don't have the financial clout that remits income tax,vat and all the monies the govt needs to run the country. However, the middle class puts the government afloat but most of us are too aloof to take part in demos etc since our lives are comfortable. On the other hand, we complain of high insecurity which is an indirect result of corruption and misgovernance. Until the middle class of Kenya rise from their chairs, and drop their hashtags and descend on the streets demanding for accountability, the government will always be reluctant when it comes to tackling corruption just like the US government was reluctant to deal with racism until the likes of MLK led men and women of all walks of life to demand for their rights. In short, the future of Kenya should be influenced by the middle class since their clout and position in society means that the government cannot afford to ignore them anything short of that is asking for a benevolent dictator in the mould of Kagame to shape us.