It hurts. It hurts when I see what has been in
I posted that our ethnic groups are first, before our nations, in most of
I want to understand why people would so illogically kill each other. Why a neighbour would turn against another, why presumably logical leaders would turn against one another, because we are different.
On our anniversary, I noticed that we were a very diverse group.
Kuchus are very diverse. From every tribe in
On our anniversary, one of the guys, drunk, made allusions against my tribe. The anger was immediate, and he was shut down. That is what happens amongst kuchus. We are too few, too much persecuted, not to realise that being what we are, we cannot afford the usual divisions of politics and ethnic group.
The Balisa problem just in the last year is a case in point. The Baliisa are traditionally pastoralists. They cannot settle in one place. They are Ugandans, but with the taint that they are related to Rwandese. So when they bought land and settled in another area, when ethnic tensions arose, they were chased out, their cattle killed, the people hurt.