Stop tribalism before whining about racism in US
Donald Trump defied the world’s opinion and won the presidential election to become the 45th US President. This is despite him sparking fear in both immigrants and minorities. Most people, especially Kenyans, are against his position on immigration reforms, terming it racist. Yet here in Kenya, tribalism is widespread and in every election period, some communities have to move from their homes fearing attacks. Some organisations have been accused of discriminating against Black staff. Before we attack Trump, let’s fix our country.
JANE KENDI Tharaka Nithi