Guest post by Kinuthia WaMwangi
For almost five years, some leaders have carried on a sustained hate campaign punctuated with vitriol, contempt and fractious politics.
It is not difficult to imagine that this has something to do with breach of trust based on a piece of paper known as the Memorandum of Understanding between individuals who agreed to share power in a certain fashion back in 2002.
It may also be based on a feeling of self-loss after an individual scored an own goal by uttering the phrase "Kibaki Tosha." This quixotic self-deceit that one denied oneself the chance to be in State House undermines the intelligence of voters who overwhelmingly chose the person they wanted to occupy it.
Unfortunately, the deceit was packaged and delivered to Kenyans who swallowed it lock, stock and barrel. It has been used to peddle a regime-change campaign full of vitriol.
FAST BACKWARDS TO EARLY 2003
The media led the way by praising the rational distribution of government posts according to diverse national interests, but...
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