Kenyans Told Why They Will Have to Either Adapt or Perish Under Ruto’s Govt

Kenyans Told Why They Will Have to Either Adapt or Perish Under Ruto's Govt
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Political analyst Prof Mutahi Ngunyi on July 12 emphasized the importance of adaptation in the face of a new era under President William Ruto.

Using a quote from George Bernard Shaw, Prof Ngunyi highlighted the dichotomy between the reasonable man who adapts to the world and the unreasonable man who insists on the world adapting to him.

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He concluded that Ruto embodies the unreasonable man, and Kenyans must choose to adapt or perish under his government.

“There are 2 types of men. “…The reasonable man ADAPTS himself to the world; the unreasonable man INSISTS that the world adapts to him. In the END, all progress depends on the unreasonable man” (Bernard Shaw). Ruto is the unreasonable man. Adapt or PERISH,” he said.33cab3cadfc847b89fe99a92a739ca60?quality=uhq&resize=720

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According to him, those waiting for President Ruto to change are in for a rude shock, adding that Kenyans should learn to adapt to this new regime of the Kenya Kwanza government.

It should be noted that Ruto’s presidency signifies a break from powerful political ‘dynasties’ that have long dominated Kenyan politics.

His campaign appealed to marginalized Kenyans, positioning himself as a champion of the “hustlers” against the entrenched political elites.

Prof Mutahi Ngunyi opined that Kenyans are now faced with a critical choice: adapt to the new era under Ruto’s leadership or risk being left behind.

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Ruto’s presidency brings with it a unique set of priorities and perspectives that demand a willingness to embrace change.3bb2ab4a5c8b4f1999ce2fdee6b17f4f?quality=uhq&resize=720

As the country navigates these uncharted waters, it is crucial for individuals, communities, and institutions to adapt and find common ground.

The call to adapt or perish extends beyond the political and social realms.

President Ruto’s tenure represents a pivotal moment in Kenya’s history. His presidency calls for a collective effort to adapt to the changing political, social, and environmental landscape.

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