Faded Dreams, a mirage or just politics

“Kenyans Most Optimistic People On Earth, Says Survey” announced a headline sometimes back in 2003. Twelve years later, the same people are overly expressing their disappointment with the way things are taking a route they didn’t expect while going for the vote to put the current administration into the office. In recent pasts, conversations by people in social places, offices, churches and in public areas, has been characterized with a piercing feeling of let-down, doom and gloom. Even in the circles of those thought to be in the well-to-do league.

The runaway graft allegations against some ministers and public officials has severely eroded the trust and hope that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen chanting in jubilation after their team UhuRuto (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto) were announced the winner in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen chanting in jubilation after their team UhuRuto (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto) were announced the winner in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen chanting in jubilation after their team UhuRuto (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto) were announced the winner in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen chanting in jubilation after their team UhuRuto (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto) were announced the winner in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen chanting in jubilation after their team UhuRuto (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto) were announced the winner in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen chanting in jubilation after their team UhuRuto (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto) were announced the winner in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen in front a filming journalist holding a copy of the manifesto used by the Alliance team led by “UhuRuto” (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto). The team were announced the winners in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. A lot of things promised in that manifesto remains unfulfilled, 2 years later. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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In this photo taken on 9th March, 2013 The National Alliance party supporters are seen holding posters in jubilation after their team UhuRuto (Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto) were announced the winner in the presidential elections. The jubilation has since been replaced with despair, gloom and uncertainty among the majority Kenyans. Runway corruption has severely eroded the optimism that Kenyans had.

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