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Leaders, stop the rhetoric, unite Kenyans - 31 Dec 2017 23:51

By: Elias Mokua

God must be favourably looking at Kenya. We somehow manage to hold together amid political storms of our own making. We are a little bit like spoilt children. How is this? We lack political conscience. On political processes, most of us have killed individual and collective conscience. We make questionable decisions and take morally unsound actions on matters that affect our lives. Quick examples: People who die on our roads every year without sustainable mitigation initiatives, elected leaders with questionable backgrounds and the rate at which we destroy our environment without worrying about our children’s future. Human beings are moral beings. We make decisions based on the choices we make in our everyday life. No one makes decisions that are self-destructing. Even the person who commits suicide mistakenly chooses that self-extermination is for self-good. FULFILMENT In other words, every being wants the best for personal fulfilment. But what and who ...
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