Yep.He said it.
And of course,we have parties throwing stones,while other shield him.
Last year,during the election campaigns my friend was really annoyed.
A politician,had bodly declared that her&all her fellow tribesmen &women supported
a particular candidate.
All of them.
She was seething.
And this tyranny of numbers things seems to be supporting what the politicians would have us believe.
The pro Musyokas are arguing that we are tribal and ethnicity plays a role in our actions.
Which is true.
And also not true
Within those tribes/institutions/groups,we have pockets of 'opposition'
Those who don't conform and tow the line.
But in a typical majority wins fashion,we don't even acknowledge their existence.
We,as Kenyans are experts at ignoring anyone who doesn't think like most of us.
And our default mechanism is to demonise.
Look at how we're peddling myths,half truths and lies about Muslims,Somalis,LGBTIs, persons living with disabilities,Mungiki,the Ogiek, divorcees,single mothers,sex workers.....