And the Nation gets it right (and so wrong).
Elite schools, it appears, are moulding intelligent Kenyans who would steer the country to higher economic growth rates.
Of course students at “elite schools” think about the bottom line. It’s their class destiny. To see it as a mark of hope for the future of the country, however, is to buy into the absurd trickle-down theory being peddled by leaders and, to my chagrin, bloggers.