Last week, a Ugandan court convicted seven men, among them four Kenyans, of the 2010 Kampala bombing that killed 74 people. The worrying bit is that these are youth drawn from East Africa’s major nations (Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda) and were indocrinated into destroying their own. This, once again, exposes the vulnerability of the most important segment of any community. From politicians who, for a mere Sh200 will buy exposure of the youths’ bones (or lives) to police battons to drug lords who mint billions by turning them into zombies, society has to re-think how it handles its youths. Otherwise, the future will neither have leaders nor subjects to be led.
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