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Nahashon Kimemia
Nyati
Kenya is adopting socialist policies at an increasing rate. Is Socialism Killing Kenya?

• Why is it that Kenyans started from a position of poverty 50 years ago and we are still poor today?
• Why is it that only a class of people have always been at the top? Why do we have constant dynasties?
• What if the problem is not who is in power, but the system that we use to govern ourselves?
• What if corruption is not the issue, but socialist tendencies has always been the problem?
• What would happen if we fought these tendencies instead of fighting each other or individuals in power?
• What if the problem and solution has always been in plain sight.
• What would you do if you discovered that socialism was the problem?

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  1. In spite of the 50 year toll of independence, Kenya still remains in shambles economically because the few resources in the country are in the hands of few individuals who continually enrich themselves at the stake of the weak in society. I think if there is equality in resource and employment allocRead more

    In spite of the 50 year toll of independence, Kenya still remains in shambles economically because the few resources in the country are in the hands of few individuals who continually enrich themselves at the stake of the weak in society. I think if there is equality in resource and employment allocation, we would soar much far and attain economic sufficiency

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