“Kenyans in Lund don’t have the tribal problem so much because of education,” Omondi told Radio Sweden. “But you still find it here and there.”
Omondi is currently in Nairobi and working for Odinga’s campaign. But his best Kenyan friend in Sweden is a Kikuyu who supports the incumbent, President Uhuru Kenyatta.
This election was not fought on overt ethnic divides like the election of 2007 with its violent aftermath, Omondi claims. He said that the central issues such as corruption and a high cost of living have also featured heavily.