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wezi kama kawaida.Back to the Moi days in full swing....Unless the masses rise up and say enough is enough.....Going to court in Kenya has never solved any political issue and I don't think it will start doing that now.....May GOD have mercy on Kibaki for taking us down this slippery path to doom.....
Kibaki has won but not in a glorious way. That is to me. I would have loved it to be announced two days before but not after the rumpus that pre-empted the whole thing.Kivuitu was not in control of things at all. It is his press cpnference, he is making an announcement and then James Orengo stops him, then today, William Ruto sits on his chair to complain about the same thing Kivuitu was supposed to be preciding.It looks shambolic to me but the bottom line is Kibaki won as a popular candidate but not in the party popular with the Kenyans.To all, I just wish to state that it does not look sweet to me and for my buddy Phil, please stay put. I will send my personal email through Chris for us to exchange experiences not on elections, but on other things. Absolutely not elections. Something very academic. More than that...I will email Chris an email to forward to you as an attachment.-Derek-
Congratulations to Mwai Kibaki and all PNU members. We in ODMK respect the will of the people and we will fight another day (Five years from now). Kibaki has a duty this time round to fix the country's two biggest concerns;insecurity and corruption.
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