By KIAMBA PRESS
When we point to lack of representation in national politics in Lower Eastern Region, we are told ‘Ilii yi musyi iyaa kya kwova, kwaatiiai mwana wenyu’.
When we point to lack of infrastructural development in the region, we are told that we are disrespectful to ‘Mutongoi wa Mbai‘.
When we say we are hungry and we need food security in the region, we are told not to raise our voices and expose the Kingpin to the rest of communities.
When we say we are thirsty, we need water, we are told to buy Roto tanks and wait for the rains, and our leaders wont be happy to hear that we are asking for piped water,
When we ask for connection to national grid, we are told we live in mud houses and Kenya Power can’t give us electricity,
When we point to historical injustices in the community, we are told ‘
Uyo Ni mtu wenu… you must keep quiet.
When we say our that our youth are lacking employment, we are told shhhh dont speak loud, our community leaders will not be happy to hear we are ‘radicalizing’ youth,
When we say Mwingi deserves to be a county and Kitui needs an extra Mp seat in BBI, we are asked don’t you know the community leaders have signed to endorse the document?
When we say, its high time to change Community leadership, we are told, shhh dont change status quo, this was given by Mulu Mutisyà, we will get a curse if we dare,
When we are given wheelbarrows and Mikokos by Hustler clerk to uplift our lives, we are told to ask for Mercedes Benz its a better tool of trade,
AKAMBA, AKAMBA, 30 YEARS OF POLITICAL STATUS QUO IS A LONG TIME. YOU MUST BREAK CHAINS OF POLITICAL SERVITUDE & RUN AS FAST AS U CAN
Think of it.