Whether Jubilee wins this coming election or not, there's one thing that needs to go: Vision2030. It has caused us so much grief, except for the business community and tenderpreneurs who are singing their way to the bank.
Vision 2030 was a boardroom document that did not involve broad consultation, especially with people outside the business sector. Four years after it was launched, Kenyans ratified a new constitution through a popular referendum. That Constitution should have overtaken Vision 2030 as the guiding document for Kenya's freedom and socio-economic growth. Instead, Vision 2030 remained in the drivers' seat, and seven years into the new dispensation, we have ended up with a list of sorrows.