The Duty of Youth is to challenge Corruption by clean Idealistic approach from the Ballot.

If it’s truly the injustice of corruption which upsets Kenyans, then perhaps we might have been so passionately moved to act before electing the same old leaders. We are as dark as the hands of those who use us. 

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For far too long leaders have failed to recognize their own hypocrisy. They ignore their own cowardice, conveniently hiding behind a position of political compromise. and for what? To retain the meager wealth and rank that men desire. It would be prudent to examine if this is simply a matter of pride because it’s a question of dignity.

Corruption within the country is nothing strange, when top officers in government demand for bribe out in the open, with no fear of recourse, we are headed for dangerous times. Oh! you think I hold on to an idealism {Corruption free Nation} that no longer exists? But its only idealism that can see us through all this to a country we want for us. A country where leadership will be earned not inherited or endorsed.

Integrity centre Nairobi Each one of us has been subjected to this extortion, but my words are not in judging our leaders, they are a warning, urging us to consider what we are doing, for we are helping these leaders to forge the very chains that bind us. We pay tax that supply the armies, build the roads, employ the nation, but still, we remain silent while our coffers are emptied and our freedoms eroded. There will be times where we are powerless to injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.

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Finally there are the heroes whose virtues made our country great, virtues once exemplified by all leaders, now hardly found in any. If a leader can be noble then we will treat them with respect befitting them.

As a new Generation lets flip this to a whole new level of idealism and never should we be filled with pride that Humility lacks room.  To our leaders: “The Wounds of Honor are Self-Inflicted”.

Jeez! I had this Mandela-feeling while writing this.

Kelley Boss!

Kenya-Anti-Corruption-Commission

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Faith says:

    Wise words there Kelly but what’s your take on alleged young people manipulating & extorting companies based on their influence on social media? What should be termed as social media? What is the future of social media? Answer me these questions and you might just save me a great deal of thoughts…

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    1. kelleyboss says:

      Faith its simple, young pple are basically
      hitting back because normally when
      they need these companies during
      employment they are chased in the
      name of experience, so if young pple
      find an upper hand over the companies
      in social media they too utilize it fully its like a hit back

      Like

  2. Racheal Wendy says:

    Very deep and wise mr kelley

    Liked by 1 person

    1. kelleyboss says:

      Thanks my Lady am humbled. .

      Like

  3. kelleyboss says:

    Faith its simple, young pple are basically hitting back because normally when they need these companies during employment they are chased in the name of experience, so if young pple find an upper hand over the companies in social media they too utilize it fully

    Like

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