Stop the Idiocy and Using Citizens as Pawns. A Call for Peace and Unity in Kenya

Politicians are expected to be role models and representatives for the people they serve. It is no secret, however, that many of these leaders engage in behavior unbecoming of their position. This behavior ranges from corruption and deception to verbal abuse and physical violence. It is high time for political leaders to stop this idiocy and begin acting in accordance with their positions.

One of the most disturbing aspects of this behavior is how some political leaders use citizens to fight their battles. Many political leaders use this tactic to manipulate and control their followers. They use citizens to further their own interests and gain power, often at the expense of the citizens.

It is not uncommon for some political leaders to use their followers to intimidate their opponents. This includes protests, threats, and even physical violence. These are not only unethical but also illegal actions, and they have no place in a democratic society.

Additionally, many political leaders frequently exploit the populace to further their own interests. Even when it is not in the best interest of the citizens, they manipulate the populace into supporting their own interests. This can range from enacting legislation that serves their commercial interests to misusing public resources for private gain.

Political leaders need to put an end to this nonsense and start thinking about what is best for the constituents they represent. They must begin acting in a way that is consistent with their position and begin serving the interests of the populace.

This can be accomplished by increasing transparency and accountability. Political leaders must be held accountable for their actions and must be open about their decisions and the reasons for them. They must also begin listening to citizens and taking their concerns into account.

Citizens must understand that they have a role to play in putting an end to political leaders’ despicable behavior. They must refuse to be used as pawns in the political game and hold their leaders accountable. Citizens must hold their leaders accountable and send a strong message that they will not be used for the political elite’s benefit. Citizens can help to create a more just and equitable society by standing up for themselves and demanding transparency and accountability.

What are you doing as an individual to stop the idiocy? Will you stand up for yourself? And now let us pray for our country.

We come to you with heavy hearts, Lord, asking for your mercy and grace on our beloved Kenya. We respectfully request that you view the ongoing protests and demonstrations with compassion and understanding. We pray for peace and calm to reign, as well as an end to the violence and devastation that has engulfed our country.

Lord, we ask that you guide our leaders and give them wisdom and discernment so that they can address citizens’ concerns in a just and fair manner. We pray for those affected by the unrest, asking that you comfort and strengthen them during this difficult time.

We admit that as a country, we have strayed from your ways and failed to love one another as you have commanded. We beg your forgiveness, as well as your healing hand, to touch our land and restore it to a state of harmony and unity.

May your mercy shine upon Kenya, and may we as a people turn our hearts to you and seek your will in everything we do. In the name of your son, Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.

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