Why the fight when you know you have nothing to win? In the system characterized by unfair ways of dealing with things, it is jut so hard to compete well. Not that you are not capable to turn the wheel of justice around but because lawlessness has all necessary means to make a fool out of you.
It is beyond funny because while we were united against corrupt leaders in Kenya, we had all the time to sing along the tune of triumph, we forgot that the opposing force was way far from reach.
With Kenyan media so willing to host controversial leaders to talk themselves out of any ‘unconfirmed’ accusations, who is clean? This is the tool that all suspected corrupt leaders take because they know that Kenyans are easily driven from a doubt to a clean personality, resulting into giving support to undeserving people.
Sometimes I wonder why we have time to listen to someone implicated in corruption scandals and later sympathize with him of her. It is obvious that a suspected thief will deny any involvement in things that leads the society through a back door.
We already know that without good evidence everything said about someone is zero. However, sometimes it is up to us to say No! It is up to us to control what we want hear…, what we need to listen to and why we should set aside time for such material in our life.
We have already los a fortune because we are so naïve about corruption in Kenya. We may pretend that we do know better, but what we do is far from what we dream to accomplish in future. Kenya is run on high level of impunity because the citizens of Kenya are so curious about something they do not need to know. I guess it is time to be serious in fighting this war or just step aside and watch as fate take its course.
There is always a reason why someone implicated in corrupt deals would opt to appear on a national TV to clean up the mess. So unless you know this reason, better stay with what you already believe.