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"We're Our Own Enemies" Ledama Ole Kina Reveals Painful Reality Amid Succeeding

We are our own worst enemies, tweeted Ledama Olekina, the senator for Narok County and the head of the minority in the Senate, today on his Twitter page. Somalis despise other Somalis, especially the successful ones. The narrative continues with Maasai looking down on prosperous Maasais. In Kajiado, land disputes between Maasai in the northeastern Somali region and Somalis over trade are important. When are we going to learn.

The successful lot is the issue. They constantly despise individuals who are suffering from poverty and abuse or take advantage of them in some way. The wealthy should cease considering themselves to be gods in their society and start treating the poor with respect.

For the first time, I concur with you. It appears that you have recovered from the drama surrounding your brother, and you are correct in saying that no one wants to see someone else succeed. I have no idea why it feels like witch hunting, and I suspect that others enjoy making fun of others.

The appropriate query. Are the'successful people' real, or are they taking advantage of their own people? Sometimes, local leaders and wealthy individuals are only middlemen who trade the rights and future of their constituents for their own advantages and interests, counting on the neighborhood to remain silent.

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