TO:all political aspirants in Matsangoni
THIS ARTICLE IS MEANT TO CATALYZE THE REGISTRATION OF THE MATSANGONI ANS AS VOTERS AND SUBSEQUENTLY VOTING IN THE 2017 GENERAL ELECTION
TRIBAL,LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVISION, MASS ILLITERACY STANDS IN THE WAY OF THE UNITY OF THE MATSANGONIANS AND IMPEND THE GROWTH OF OUR LOCATION.
It is by embracing an attitude of ‘believing in our own products’ in MATSANGONI that the political class can best contribute positively towards improving the general welfare of their poorly informed population
Democracy has tended to elevate public opinion to a position which has distinct dangers to development and freedom its self.”The of the people”, as they put it.
The extrema democracy “is in fact the voice of God”. But what is the voice of the people?
It is the opinion of the majority, and if so,does this mean the majorities are always right whether informed or not informed ? And minorities always wrong regardless.
Clearly if public opinion is to have any value in the Democratic process of any civil community in this case Matsangoni, it must be rational opinion and nit based on dogma,emotion or ethnicity and harbuored family or childhood grudges.
We constantly reminded of the importance of education as the key to good life, through making informed decision and m,ore so wise and hard political ones , here at KIMACAPRODA, we undertake to continuous inform our followers and give them direction if need be on the kind of leadership they should put in the policy maker’s board room.
This is the time for people of Matsangoni to balance the political equation of this this Ward by using the strength of numbers as we all know politics is about numbers, and the population of Matsangoni location is twice that of Roka and Chumani combined, extensively we are the most populated location in the entire Kilifi North.
As an initiative, KIMACAPRODA will put it’s entire weight behind a unifying candidature and not a divisive one .
‘Let us do it right this time, let us use our numerical strength to stamp authority.”
Yours at service
NOTE: “No serious Army prepares for war in the day of attack”