One of the things President Kibaki’s first tem will be remembered for is that for the unprecedented admission of the President into Nairobi Hospital. Even when Presient Jomo Kenyatta’s comas became so frequent, he stil received a treatment including ICU and high dependency care within the precincts of State House. Nairobi, Mombasa and Nakuru State Houses were very well equipped to take care of the elderly president’s treatment.
Indications are that the reason for the president being admitted was to keep him away from his own wife, Lucy whose “harassment” and “pressure” was not helping the president’s recovery.
So who is Lucy? What sort of a person is she? Does she care that the famous slap she delivered on Jamuhuri day may have cost her husband many of the votes she is trying to help him win so that the first couple remain occupants of State House? Interestingly some people feel that the slap may have cost the president as much as a million votes. However what most people agree on is that the first lady’s actions on Jamuhuri day offended women voters much more than it offended the men.
Reading Sam Okello’s Her Excellency sheds a lot more light into this currently hot political topic amongst Kenyans of all walks of life as the general elections rapidly approach. Get more details by contacting Sahel Books directly using the contact info below.
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