Former presidential candidate Mwalimu Abduba Dida, has called on Kenyan communities to form their own governments, install their own Kings and run their own governments system due to lack of democracy in Kenya.
Mwalimu Dida argues that with the current system of governments, both the national and the devolved units, individuals have hijacked the operations and they are being run as private companies.
"Until that time when we shall decide to fix our democracy, every community better establish their own government system. Install a king if you must. Run all your projects independently. Both devolved and national governments are private companies." Dida posted on his Twitter handle.
Kenyans have always complained of underperformance, corruption, tribalism, nepotism and even dictatorship in different government sectors. State jobs are being given considering tribes, development projects not equally distributed, theft of public funds is the order of the day. All these make it hard for Kenyans to stay satisfied.
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