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Havi Reveals That In Kenya Those Who Have Higher Education Shy Away To Vie For Elective Leadership

Nelson Havi who is among the allies of deputy president William Ruto and UDA party today tweeted on his twitter page that The problem with Third World Countries in Africa, Kenya included, is that those with specialized higher learning shy away from offering themselves for elective leadership. This false mindset ought to change. I plead with all professionals to vie and vote. Be the change you want.

Dan tweeted, "Imagine you are a well educated man but chooses to support a presidential candidate Who gives fresh graduates wheelbarrows after failing to deliver laptops to primary and secondary school students. And you are talking about the problem of Kenya being a third World country."

Tess tweeted, "Our collective, elected leadership is full of professionals who haven't brought any change but have instead settled down to dine and wine at the expense of the wananchi they purportedly went to represent. You all have good intentions until you taste power and money."

Kenya tweeted, "The problem isn't about professionalism SC the problem stems from our values. We lack principles and a value system. We have had many professors, doctors, lawyers, engineers, economists et al in govt but we still have rampant corruption, incompetence and inefficiencies in our govt."

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