By Mukurima via Facebook
I found it a bit embarrassing watching the government get called out by a Kenyan in Diaspora, for what many saw as shameful tribalism. During the Diaspora meeting in Los Angeles, Githae was called to speak by Mbugua. Githae then invited Karanja, Ngugi, Kanyi, and Mwaura to speak on behalf of Kenyans in Diaspora. Diaspora must embrace diversity and be a guide to the motherland on what makes up the fabric of Kenya; that indeed, this garment has all the stitches that represent the tribes that make up our great country.
This is how CORD Blogger captured it all after reading Mukurima’s post above::>>>
Even at the launch of Okoa Kenya you could see the face of this Republic. Waking up to news that the Los Angeles Diaspora Conference was such another opportunity where the microphone was moved from Githae to Mbugua to Maina to Mwangi to Kamau to Njeri to Wairimu who finally closed with a prayer to Ngai!
Amazing Republic. â€ª#â€ŽNCICtingzâ€¬