Boniface Mwangi: We need better leadership representation

By Elkanah Nyauma


Your voice is your weapon. Use it wisely. Do not keep quiet

Did you know your voice for justice matters? It does not matter wherever you are, whoever you are. You have the right to say what you think is right. Express your opinions, hopes, expectations, and wishes, and demand for a better Kenya, a better world.


You have the right to agree or disagree with others even those in power and to peacefully protest if you have to. We have the right to hold our leaders accountable. We have the right to demand better hospitals, infrastructure, service delivery, and better representation by our leaders.

We have the right to expose and condemn corruption and all other forms of evils in society.

It is relentless people, those who oppose the suffering of people that can make Kenya a better country, a better place to live.

It is crucial  that Kenyans raise their voices to speak against societal evil

If we want “change” in our country and are prepared for it, then we need to believe that it is there and it is possible. Answers to our problems are always waiting for us to take action.

For us to experience change, we have to know that it all begins with the understanding that something is wrong. We have to know what is wrong and rebuke it with the truth.

Change is our commitment, our responsibility.

Many different fights for human rights, civil rights, and minority rights have been fought over and over again and have been won. You can and will have a great impact if you make the first step against the bad that is happening in the country.

We can join hands with other groups, societies and organizations, and companies among other stakeholders, from across the world to combat injustice in the world.

We live in an ever-changing world that demands new strategies…