Today marks the office day that campaigns are to start in Kenya and we are aware that there are those that started doing politics as early as 2018. Maybe they have a reason as to why they started that early.
If Kenya was fully democratic, those that started campaigning early, had to face the law but we are all aware that Kenya is less than 60 years old which means we are not mature enough as a country.
On the latest tweet by Kenyans.co.ke, they have posted the deputy president saying that once he is in office, he will buy the ranch that is 75000 acres that is privately owned and distribute it to the public.
This is the heading of the same tweet, "The ranch is privately owned and has been linked to some members of the Kenyatta family who are reported to be among the 23 shareholders."
That will be a good way to do for the idle land that is owned by a small group of people; to benefit the public as one of the citizens commented on the same tweet. This is the comment, "This is good. We cannot have a few people owning thousands of IDLE LAND while landlessness is a problem in Kenya.
The government is allowed by the Constitution to nationalize that land and distribute it to people who will utilize it to grow crops."
What do you think about the ideas of the deputy president? Please comment here below.
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