FILE - Members of a Kenyan family of Asian origin stand in line to cast their vote in Nairobi, Kenya, Dec. On July 21, Kenya officially recognized Kenyan nationals of Asian descent as the country's 44th tribe.
(AP Photo/Sayyid Azim) People from South Asian countries have been a part of Kenyan society for more than 100 years. And we expect that we will continue this integration in all spheres of life.” “Part and parcel” means an important part of something.
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Zahid Rajan is a writer and a member of the Kenyan Asian Forum.
He said Kenyans “as a whole have been marginalized.” He said he believes Kenyan society cannot improve or become more inclusive if only one or two ethnic groups are in charge. The Kikuyu and the Luo are Kenya’s two biggest ethnic groups.
Until recently, the government did not officially recognize them. Matiang encouraged the Asian community to participate in all parts of Kenyan society, including “government and government processes.” In 2008, Shakeel Shabbir became Kenya’s first Member of Parliament of Asian descent. Shabbir worked on getting the Kenyan government to recognize the country’s Asian community. But some felt that they were unable to make a big difference in Kenyan politics and society.
But that changed in July, when Asian Kenyans were declared a tribe – just like the Maasai, Luo, Kikuyu and others. Fred Matiang is Kenya’s acting minister of the interior. Shabbir’s father was one of thousands of Indian laborers who helped build the Kenya-Uganda railway over 100 years ago. Now they have a better chance of doing that, Shabbir said. You have been recognized by the system, now we want you to take your role in society.”Biashara Street housed one of Nairobi's first general stores, and was lined with Indian “dukas,” or shops.
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People may receive better work and education opportunities if their tribe is in power.
While some celebrated the move, others criticized Kenyan society’s focus on different tribes.
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