MT KENYA POVERTY LEVELS HIGHLIGHTED

#3
Trust a Kenyan bonobo to ape western "trends". We had Kenyan #MeToo, the other day some fools were getting ready to launch Kenyan Yellow vest protests. Now we've latched on to the latest buzzword, white privilege, but actively seeking to localize it. An Asian CAN NEVER accuse any other tribe of being privileged. I can understand such accusations from El molos, Turkanas, or other "historically marginalized communities". Lakini muhindi? Ghaseer.
 
#5
I find Kikuyu haters funny and ridiculous, during elections ,they will weep up emotions of how Kikuyus masses are privileged and are taking advantage of the rest of Kenya...and they will mobilize other tribes against that..

After elections and a Kikuyu happens to be in power they start weeping up emotions of how Kikuyu masses are poor even more than the rest of Kenyan yet proud that they are in power.

Can you stick to one agenda please..
 

mboyshaond

Village Elder
#8
I find Kikuyu haters funny and ridiculous, during elections ,they will weep up emotions of how Kikuyus masses are privileged and are taking advantage of the rest of Kenya...and they will mobilize other tribes against that..

After elections and a Kikuyu happens to be in power they start weeping up emotions of how Kikuyu masses are poor even more than the rest of Kenyan yet proud that they are in power.

Can you stick to one agenda please..
TRUEDAT.it is always about how they will beat the kikuyus and once elections are over they be like "see how they are languishing in poverty and they are the ones in power"...
 
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Yunomi

Guest
#9
Had she wrote this about any other Kenyan tribe she would have been forced to apologise by now. It seems Kikuyu are everybody's whipping boy. Not good
 
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#13
I find Kikuyu haters funny and ridiculous, during elections ,they will weep up emotions of how Kikuyus masses are privileged and are taking advantage of the rest of Kenya...and they will mobilize other tribes against that..

After elections and a Kikuyu happens to be in power they start weeping up emotions of how Kikuyu masses are poor even more than the rest of Kenyan yet proud that they are in power.

Can you stick to one agenda please..
True that but the phrase is whip up emotions. Your weep up emotions changes you meaning sir.
 

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