Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Negative Ethnicity and North-Eastern Province

Once the tribe became the symbol in elections and employment, discrimination and subjugation of minorities followed; and so completely eclipsed have they been that their plight remains unheard.

Negative ethnicity is still alive in North-Eastern Kenya: it is perpetuated by criminal yet tolerated practices that turn individual grievances into clan conflict, guaranteeing constant tension in the region.
Xudayi returns with a long and comprehensive look at the NEP variety of our national pastime.