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However, Our story now returns to the recent elections of December 2007. Leaders of the Kalenjin community allied themselves with the coalition set up by Raila Odinga and shared in the anger with what appeared to them like a theft of the election However in the violent protests that followed attention quickly turned away from government institutions and a round attacks began that appeared to outsiders as another example of the kind of ethnic clensing that had already been witnessed in recent decades Slums At this point we might add a comment on land ownership in cities and the existence of slums While President Danial Arap Moi was carefull to attend to the needs of his home Rift Valley he was less concerned for other areas There was an attempted coup in 1982 after which he felt insecure in his political position and used massive land allocations to powerful individuals to secure it In the context of Kenya’s rapidly expanding population this had the effect of pushing people off the land and into the slums of Kenya’s cities This gives Kenyan cities a profile that is evident today Kenya has a higher per capita income than many other Africa countries but also has a wider gap in the distribution of wealth than nearly all of them In fact Kenya is the fourth most unequal country in the world in terms of wealth distribution In the last decade measures of corruption have also placed Kenya in a worse position than most of its African neighbours and predictably Kenyan rates of economic growth have also lagged behind In the cities of Kenya the economic inequality is starkly evident in architecture of the rich and poor areas There is a satellite photograph of Nairobi available on the internet that highlights a remarkable phenomenon Within the city limits there is an equal area occupied by the slums where up to 3 million people live and a series of about six golf courses In these slums an awareness of economic inequality combines with ethnic resentments to produce a potent mix A genie out of the bottle A number of commentators on recent violence in Kenya have expressed the fear that a kind of “genie was let out of the bottle” when violent protests began against election irregularities in January of this year In some respects tensions in Kenya have been waiting to explode and some fear that it will be difficult to control them now that they have begun to do so In this situation we can ask what role have the Churches been playing and what role might they yet play Alas the news here has not been as positive as one would hope Such is the depth of historic and communal resentment in the country that it has not been clear to the population in general that religious leaders were doing other than voicing the concerns and attitudes of their own ethnic communities In this respect I quote from an article written by the current Rector of Hekima College Fr Emmanual Orobator: The complexity of the present crisis reveals the precarious role of religion and religious leaders in Africa’s politics So emotionally powerful and polarizing are the issues that a perception of one’s neutrality even as a religious leader is not guaranteed A few high-profile religious leaders have been discredited on account of their perceived political biases—a charge levelled against them by their own ethnically divided congregations The ability of religious leaders to establish themselves as viable alternative agents and facilitators of peace in a time of crisis remains limited (Emanual Orobator SJ America March 10 2008) Conclusion This article has attempted only a partial explanation of the complex problems of Kenya today In my introduction I mentioned how the causes of this situation include a complex interaction between issues of ethnicity economic inequality and the ambitions of certain politicians This reflection has above all sought to offer a historical perspective on the ethnic dimension of current tensions It has touched on issues of economic inequality but has left many issues untouched including the political and economic events of the last few years One could note for example that that there were a number of achievements made by the government of President Kibaki 2002-2007: a reasonably impressive level of economic growth was attained and a serious increase in investment occurred for formerly marginal areas such as Nyanza Province home of the Luo community In concluding this article one can perhaps note simply how important it is that the peace agreement reached between President Mwai Kibaki and Mr Raila Odinga should succeed We have not spoken about the details of this agreement but it does seem to propose a genuine sharing of power that has a historic significance in Kenya We can hope that this will be a first step toward addressing some historic grievances in the country and building a new and reconciled state where solidarity and a sense of the common good prevails One notes with concern that at time of writing this peace agreement still seems to be a fragile affair Trying to be optimistic one can recall that Kenya has only recently emerged from being a one-party state and is new to the business of coalition building and a genuine transfer of power at election time We can note also that given the demographic make up of Kenya there may always be a tendency for voters of the Central Province to form the nucleus of one potential coalition government and then voters of all the other provinces to tend to ally together to form an alternative viable coalition Let us hope that we are only witnessing the growing pains in Kenya of a process of maturing into a multi-party democracy One insight arising from this article may also be that the road ahead will necessarily be difficult Historic grievances have accumulated and remained unaddressed in Kenya for a long time No one ethnic community or set of political leaders is entirely responsible for this and there will be need for good-will to be shown on all sides for a genuine healing to occur In a sense a new patriotism needs to emerge in Kenya where citizens feel a solidarity with each other that they have not felt before One looks to the Churches to take a lead in this processBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 4 2017 7:17 am ‘Golmaal Again’ is the highest grossing film of 2017 so far Related News After the roaring success of Varun Dhawan-starrer Judwaa 2 Golmaal Again has made a dent at the box-office proving yet again that we as an audience are in love with comedies The Rohit Shetty film released a day after Aamir Khan’s Secret Superstar and while the two films enjoyed some healthy competition at the box-office Golmaal Again has gone miles ahead and charmed the audience by providing them a good time at the cinemas In terms of box-office numbers the opening day collections of Golmaal Again were record breaking for 2017 Opening with Rs 3014 crore in India the film made the maximum out of its first day The Diwali weekend also worked in the film’s favour as it managed to collect Rs 8760 crore in India which is the highest opening weekend collection for this year During the first week when the film was competing with the Zaira Wasim-Aamir Khan starrer Secret Superstar Golmaal Again managed to rake up Rs 13607 crore in India It has been two weeks since the release of the film and uptil now the film has gathered Rs 17970 crore at the domestic box-office which is the highest collection for a Bollywood film in 2017 so far But what is it that worked in Golmaal Again’s favour 2017 has been quite a mediocre year for Bollywood Big ticket films like Tubelight and Jab Harry Met Sejal failed to charm the audience in spite of boasting of A-listers in its star cast So when two comedies Judwaa 2 and Golmaal Again perform well at the box-office it hints at the fact that at the end of the day the audience is just looking to get entertained Of course everyone loves a great story with some nice songs but if the film manages to leave the audience with a smile in the end it has worked its magic It is pretty astounding that a franchise’s fourth film has managed to do wonders at the box-office Constant comparisons to the franchise’s previous films were bound to happen and usually it is quite difficult to compete with nostalgia but the film certainly deserves credit for impressing its audience with a large ensemble cast that also boasts of recurring supporting actors like Sanjai Mishra Mukesh Tiwari and Vrajesh Hirjee Golmaal Again starring Ajay Devgn Parineeti Chopra Tabu Arshad Warsi Kenal Kemmu and Shreyas Talpade released on October 20 and is still going strong at the box-office For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: November 17 2017 4:44 pm Related News Bigg Boss 11 contestant Bandgi Kalra is a self-proclaimed beauty-with-brains Salman Khan hosted Bigg Boss season 11 has a mix of celebrities and commoners But one of its most striking housemate ever since she entered the house is the glamorous Bandgi Kalra A self-proclaimed beauty-with-brains Bandgi is an engineer by education but a model by profession The 25-year-old hails from Delhi and is the perfect amalgamation of good looks and confidence While entering the show this beauty claimed that she will play clever games in the house to survive The padosis at the beginning of the show also felt that she is playing some silent game and even nominated her in the first round of evictions of the season We are sure it is because of her thousands of followers on her Instagram and Twitter who have so far saved her from eliminations every weekend Bandgi’s growing closeness to fellow contestant Puneesh Sharma and their cozying up on cameras has raised many eyebrows and even left her real life boyfriend Dennis Nagpal shocked But all her moves inside the house surely look like a part of a larger plan to survive There are many photos and videos of this Bigg Boss 11 commoner Bandgi Kalra and a few of which we 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