Kenya: Six Things I’ve Been Thinking

We use humour, religion and alcohol to cope with the madness that is living in this country

Most people in this country stay in relationships that don’t serve them because they fear having to start over.

If we really looked at the statistics on domestic abuse including verbal abuse in this country they would be astronomical.

If we did one small thing, let us stop assigning worth and value to people who have wealth. They aren’t automatically right, their lives don’t matter more just because they are rich. Let’s stop valorising them.

The effects of colonialism continue to affect us in ways that a large percentage of the population does not understand.

We only believe we are good people because we are affiliated with a church. We mostly don’t look at people’s actions or character.

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