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Please tell a story about a time when a person or organization tried to help someone or change something in your community:

Tribalism/nepotism

In kenya the government has allowed tribalism.the people in kibera like tribalism so much.The people in Kibera like if you are not the one of her language is not very easy to buy something from him.Therefore they like their tribe. But very many ate Kikuyu in kenya because the kikuyu are corrupt people.It is not very for kikuyu to employ someone.Because they like there tribe.Kikuyu in Kenya are the once who have alot of business everywhere you go you will find them.And they like to have a big job or advance to a manager at the work.Thats why people hate the kikuyu very much.We have to stop corruption, we have to love each other and live as one.We should obey and respect others.

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Story Attributes/Tags

  • This was an important story that I will remember for a long time
  • I saw what happened in the story

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About This Story

  • Gender of storyteller: Male
  • Age of storyteller: 22-30 years old
  • This story took place 7-12 months ago
  • Location: Kibera Kisumu Dogo, Nairobi, Kenya
 
This story describes a...
a need
a problem
a solution
The story is about...
social
relations
economic
opportunity
physical
well-being
 
 
Who benefited from what happened in the story...
the right people
nobody
the wrong
people
This story describes a...
good idea that failed
bad idea
good idea that
succeeded
 
 
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