Kenyans React To Top Trending Topic of The Week: #InequalityInKenya
#Inequalityinkenya was the trending topic of the week after a report was released on Tuesday showing how the gap between the rich and the poor of this country seems go grow wide and wider each day.
So who is to blame for this menace which seems to be eating away our society day in day out? Ourselves? The kind of leaders we keep electing year in year out?
And while you are thinking about it….it’s important to ask yourself, how come that some counties are wealthier than others?
Here are some of your sentiments:
Anne Kiguta, News Anchor
@AnneKiguta;The uneducated in #Kenya are 1.7 times more likely to be unemployed than those with secondary education & above #InequalityInKenya
@VinieO;The Irony #Celebrating50Years while #InequalityInKenya results are appalling and well need i add/ say, trending
@WanjikuRevolt: If you want to be a straight person in Kenya, you will suffer. If you’re a thug, you will succeed.” Mwaimu Dida on #InequalityInKenya
@Uongozi254;The cost of living is going up and th chance of living is going down #InequalityinKenya
@Katindisivi;#InequalityInKenya: Tana River, Kwale, Kilifi and Lamu, all in Coast region are the most unequal counties in Kenya
@IreneNM: inequalityKenya is a time bomb. we ought to plan better now