Wednesday, November 14, 2007
ODM Billboards Defaced!
These are the ODM billboards that were brought down by people suspected to be government agents on Monday night hardly six hours after they were mounted by workers of the Adopt-A-Light company on street light poles along Nairobi's Uhuru Highway.
The same billboards were yesterday re-mounted and the advertising firm has had to place a surveillance on them in collaboration with ODM.
Mrs. Esther Passaris, Adopt-A-Light Managing Director, was quoted in the press complaining that her workers (former rehabilitated street boys) are now spending nights in police cells on flimsy grounds, but on reasons she believes are linked to her decision to support the ODM Women's wing.
The police and the ECK are reportedly investigating these election malpractices but it is unlikely anyone will land in court soon going by records on how the ECK has handled recent election malpractices (remember the open attack on ODM leaders by a private army in Kisii?).
Our message today is that unless the government brings down the internet, Kumekucha readers will continue to receive these innovative adverts and even more importantly the message being sent out by the Orange Democratic Movement to Kenyans all over the world. Ukoloni na Ukabila hauta endelea!