Ms Obama first expressed her disappointment with Prof Wajackoya who while on an interview at KTN said that he was ‘ashamed to be a Kenyan citizen.’
The Professor cited the election amendment laws that were passed by the National Assembly on Wednesday. He said that they (amendments) made Kenya ‘a laughing stock internationally.’
A number of Kenyans shared the Professor’s sentiments.
If you aren't ashamed then you have a problem, perhaps you have enough to eat and merry
— frank (@frankjakolando) October 12, 2017
But the ‘And Then Life Happens’ author rebuked their thinking saying that ‘you hate your country? Change it! Cos there is nowhere else to go! And fighting each other won’t gain you that space!’
Some blamed the former US President for their woes because he ‘endorsed impunity’ during his visit to Kenya in 2015.
Auma asked the people to rise above being Luo, Kikuyu, Kamba and do something about what ails Kenya.
We must each blame ourselves as Kenyans for not takng a stand AS A UNITED NATION. Don't blame look at what u can do! https://t.co/Xdt3MHW63e
— Auma Obama (@AumaObama) October 12, 2017
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