It’s a pity as luhyas we are at crossroads! We have a confused lot of politicians who think by building us toilets, classrooms, grading small roads, cementing water points is development plus a two hundred shillings handout coupled with buying chang’aa to esikuti dancers is development! Very pathetic!
Despite millions and billions poured to our counties and constituencies, there’s nowhere they have invested in human capital to enable our people to competitively face other Kenyans leaving luhyas as underdogs ! Unfortunately they are standing at the door with the same millions to stop those who can and are willing to take the challenge!
They can’t go outside neither are they willing to go inside! It’s because I don’t have that power but am still boiling! One day I together with other Luhya progressive voices will one day invade the Luhya mighty and forcefully eject them from the door and install brilliant sons and not this recycled lot with years of unfulfilled promises! Have a blessed day my fellow kinsmen!