Black People Are Suffering Because Most of Us Are too Selfish – Says Kenyan Socialite Huddah Monroe

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Kenyan socialite Huddah Monroe has lamented the selfishness of blacks, claiming it is the reason the continent does not progress.

In a rant on Instagram, she said the selfishness of those who are well to do is killing us, not to talk of the incompetence and corruption of governemnts.

She wrote: “Soo many Questions! Why are we as Black people soooo Selfish .
All those who have died , we’ve buried many this year alone , Did they leave with their Billions?

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“I’ve never understood Why one person would have millions , billions in their account , private jets , yachts while someone somewhere is sleeping hungry with no roof over their head????? Why can’t the people stealing money from their own people put it back into the Country And create Employment for their own people ????

“Leave alone taking care of the people, they are selfish to themselves- Why can’t they build hospitals to cater for them when they grow old ? Sick and can’t move a muscle .

“With the BILLIONS you have and u won’t be buried with ,you have to be airlifted for medical services????? SMH!

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“Where did common sense go? That colonial , mental slavery, & mentality honestly needs to DIE with its generation!”

Amazing that the same issues we cry about here are what she’s talking about. What is wrong with African leaders as a whole?

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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