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Sunday, December 30, 2007

ODM Refuses to Endorse Kibaki's Presidency

Kenya's leading opposition candidate, ODM's Raila Odinga, has this evening declared that he will not recognise the purported re-election of President Kibaki.

Instead, Raila has announced that his party has called a public rally scheduled for Uhuru Park at 2pm tomorrow 31st December 2007. This was annouced in a press conference at the ODM Presidential Campaign Centre in Upper Hill Nairobi where Raila also indicated that the rally was meant to show the world "who really was elected as Kenya's president" in the concluded polls.

It is instructive to note that Raila has on several occasions warned Kibaki and the PNU that the ODM shall not accept any poll rigging and should the PNU resort to manipulating the electoral process, it shall be met with greater and sustained resistance.

EU and AU observers, who were earlier manhandled and thrown out of KICC by armed paramilitary personnel, have already cast serious aspersions on the Kenyan electoral process, moreso because of Kivuitu's suspicious mode of declaring Kibaki as president and Kibaki's hurriedly arranged swearing-in ceremony. The election observer team, reputed to be the largest to be dispatched anywhere around the globe, fell short of endorsing the Raila presidency and it is suspected some of them may find their way to Uhuru Park tomorrow afternoon.

Without a (sworn) cabinet in place, Kibaki may be tempted to declare a state of emergency in order to bring the country to manageable level but this will paralyze social, economic and political activities. This will certainly not argur well for government parliamentary business for his fragile and battered coalition.

74 comments:

Anonymous said...

The US and UK have congratulated Kibaki and asked all to accept the 'election' of KIbaki.

Vikii said...

And everybody with a brain has.Only hooligans are being economical with the truth

Anonymous said...

A statement from the US embassy said: “We ask all candidates to accept the Commission’s final results and to urge their supporters to reject violence and respect the rule of law. Regardless of the eventual winners of this election, we call on Kenyans across the political spectrum to work together to advance democracy and national development.’’

It praised Kenyans for conducting peaceful elections and condemned the cases of violence.
According to the statement, the ECK did a perfect job and will give Kenyans the president they want.

A US Embassy official, Mr Thomas J. Dowling, called for patience until the commission announces the results and said any concerns about the elections should be addressed to the Electoral Commission.

The US government released another statement from New York, urging Kenyans to accept the final election results calmly, saying it had “great confidence” in the ECK and its chairman, Samuel Kivuitu.
State Department spokesman Tom Casey hailed Kenyans for the “largely peaceful and orderly voting.”

“But,” he added, “we share the Commission’s concerns about reporting delays that have slowed tabulation of final election results.”

A statement by British Foreign Secretary Mr David Milliban and Secretary of State for International Development Mr Douglas Alexander said: “We are disturbed at the violence surrounding the elections. The British government calls for an end to the violence, respect for the democratic process and for all Kenya’s political leaders to act responsibly.

“This is a pivotal moment for Kenya. It is vital that the entire election process meets the expectations of the Kenyan electorate.”

Meanwhile, the National Convention Executive Council, NCEC expressed shock over the incidents of violence and looting that took place in Kisumu, Eldoret, Kericho, Mombasa and Nairobi.

NCEC admonished ECK for incompetence and being sources of delay in releasing elections results.
“NCEC finds it irresponsible, reckless and tantamount to incitement for the top leadership of both ODM and PNU to purport to announce their individual results.

“It is an unfortunate and embarrassing for this country that leaders can be that greedy and hungry for political power to the extent of gambling with people’s lives.

It said that all electoral irregularities and complaints lodged with the ECK by the aggrieved parties must be thoroughly investigated within the shortest time possible and justice done satisfactorily.

“Since the electoral laws do not give a defined limit for the hearing of petitions, there should not be a situation where a case goes on in court for years before it is determined.”

Anonymous said...

One thing was clear before the results were published. Both sides indicated that if the other was pronounced the winner by the ECK, they would concede, but it seems to be quite the contrary. If ODM disapproves the ECK results, they should contest them through the judicial system. Inciting violence is not the way forward!

Anonymous said...

Vikii, can you deal with those bad losers. I am going for a celebration party. Some blokes from Central Kenya have called me for the 'Mother of All Celebrations'. ALL ARE INVITED

-Derek-

Agwambo damu said...

I'm a Kikuyu and i voted for Raila because I wanted change. It's just unfortunate that we shall not be able to watch the swearing in of Raila's parallel government tomorrow because I doubt whether Michuki will have lifted the Ban on the media.

Clinton once wanted to meet the new president of kenya who abolished school fees? maybe he should come and see the same president steal power so shamelessly and ban media broadcasts.

Guys out there reading please tell me what the swearing in of Raila will mean? There's something i don't understand. How does a parallel government run?

Agwambo damu.

Anonymous said...

http://africa.reuters.com/wire/news/usnN30537088.html
Both the US and UK government have accepted the results and congratulated President Kibaki as he starts his 2nd term.

Anonymous said...

New York Times:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/30/world/africa/30cnd-kenya.html?_r=2&ref=africa&oref=slogin&oref=slogin

Reuters:

http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSL277107920071230?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=0

Proud Kikuyu Woman said...

Gosh, who will swear in RAO as president.


Where is Taabu?

Anonymous said...

Vikii, do you visit mashada. It was this hot a few days ago. You go there with a doctor and make sure you are not close to a window and the dial the emergency line. Just in case. It was hot. When Raila was leading, I thought it was the second coming. You need courgae to go there anyway. they are not backl yet.

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

The president is only sworn by the Chief Justice and the AG witnesses and the Head of Military and all Disciplined Forces are usually present. It is not a 'Kanagroo' event. It is something with value and pride.

Kazi iendeleee

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

"Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death
"

Anonymous said...

Take Death

Anonymous said...

Mimi Mwai Kibaki naapa ya kwamba... nitailinda Kenya...eh Mungu nisaidie

Anonymous said...

Mimi Mwai Kibaki naapa ya kwamba... nitailinda Kenya...eh Mungu nisaidie

Anonymous said...

For those of you who say that Raila should respect the result and contest it in courts, do you think the Judicial system will be fair in these kinds of hearings? If Kibaki was willing to rig the elections at such great expense of throwing Kenya into a police state/state of chaos, do you think he will allow the courts to overturn the elections results in an amicable way? Think again. The only way out is civil unrest. It might result in casualties but sometimes that is the price a nation will have to pay to ensure democracy and fairness!

Anonymous said...

Derek... something with 'value and pride' you say? I suppoce that is what happened when 200 year old Kibaki was sworn in surrounded by his other wazees, losers and cowards at statehouse...no?

Anonymous said...

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Sam Okello said...

I see you guys have been having a field day since I went to dinner. I'm back, my friends Vikii and Derek. If you guys are trully fine with the way this election was decided, I can only hope people who think like you are a minority in Kenya. In just five years we elect another president. will you be okay with another theft?

Proud Kikuyu Woman said...

Is it a requirement for the losing party to endorse the winner for the winner's govt to be valid?I'm in need of some education.

Anonymous said...

Sam Okello,

4.5 million Kenyans cannot be wrong. Kibaki was elected by the majority. Mwai Kibaki...The Better Option. Wait for TALLYING in 2012

-Derek-

Sam Okello said...

Yes it is, PKW.

Anonymous said...

Politikal wankstaz cannot accept even after being caught with cum on their pants. Waaaaaaaashiiiiiiindwe... buree kabisa Deiya & clan......shiiiiiindwe

Anonymous said...

The UK *hasn't* endorsed the results of the election, quite the opposite.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/7164890.stm

Sam Okello said...

Derek,

You'll take back your words. The new Kibaki presidency won't last a week.

Anonymous said...

We shall form a clean cabinet and run Kenya with meticulous precision. Wait till the defections start. Kalonzo, akiwa tayari,...Kazi ATAPATA

-Derek-

Chris O said...

don't tell us about the US and UK endorsing a kikuyu gov'nt; they understand the least about the dynamics of politics with thurgery. There is nothing to celebrate my dear brothers and sisters, for you stand to suffer the worst of losses than anyone else; as of now, innocent kikuyus anywhere else other than Central and Eastern, I regret to say, is facing the sword. Why celebrate the sacrifice of your brothers and sisters at the alter of avariciousness! Besides, thurgery will never last. mtakula kama wezi na hamtakaa hapo, and like any other thug wherever, your days are numbered and Kibaki and co.'s days are waning. They will impose themselves on the throne, but believe you me, the day of reckoning is here and they will live to remember. Finally, don't you say I never told you this: ONE WHO LAUGHS LAST LAUGHS LONGEST!

Anonymous said...

Anon,

The judicial system will not be fair. Kibaki and his cronies, will see to it, that what they say goes. His way or no way, as we have witnessed today.

Freedom and democracy, my big fat ass.

Anonymous said...

Sam,

Kibaki will rule, not just run Kenya, for the next FIVE years. He is the Commender in Chief of the Armed Forces and you and me are witnesses. In short, Kazi itaendelea for 5 years

People said Moi cannot run the country without the Luo and Kikuyu. But he did it for 24 years.

-Derek-

Ms Truthseeker said...

The Uk have expressed concerns about the process.

http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5i8yFjNakDSuB5d6G5KlH0ZU9IW9A

Anonymous said...

JUDICIAL ROUTE, NO THANKS. REMEMBER KIBAKI RECENTLY MADE CHANGES ON THE APPEALS JUDGES. THAT AINT GONNA HAPPEN THEY WILL SIMPLY THROW THE CASE OUT

Hellen Okello said...

Now Derek, if your father is running for president in 2012, will you accept if Kibaki stays on for another five years or at that point will the theft be clearer to you?

Ms Truthseeker said...

Anon,

You are right, Kibaki is the same person who appoints the judges.

Will they challenge him?

Corruption is rife in our country, as we can see today.

Even my big fat ass knows that.

Anonymous said...

truthseeker. you are a nut. read the second post. CNN has just said that the State Department has congratulated KIbaki. CUNT

Anonymous said...

The dubious conclusion of one of the most fiercely-fought elections in Kenya's history has pitched the country into chaos. Western observers said that Kenya's election commission ignored clear evidence of vote rigging to keep the government in power.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/30/world/africa/30cnd-kenya.html?_r=3&ref=africa&oref=&oref=slogin

Anonymous said...

There is no theft in Kenya Helen. The only thiueves that people know are William Ruto and Henry Kosgey and Musalia Mudavadi. MY father, sorry to say, will have to convince himself. Like me, I will support anything right for Kenya, but not when people make alot of lies about Kibaki.

The stealing that Kibaki is being accused of were all made by Moi.

By the way Helen and Sam, you have lovely kids...can you accept them going to Uhuru Park tomorrow?

-Derek

Hellen Okello said...

Derek, we're fighting for something bigger than just an Odinga presidency. Think about it. Why would an 84yr old grandmother come out in 2012 to vote when she knows her vote won't count? This is about the sanctity of an electoral process. If we lose it now, we'll never get this back. This is why RAILA must be sworn in tomorrow.

Ms Truthseeker said...

Anon,

The link I posted was not from CNN, but a message from David Milliband in London. I am pointing out a different view.

It seems that you may have a problem with that.

It is unfortunate that you may only be willing to look at one perspective.

Anonymous said...

Derek said:
People said Moi cannot run the country without the Luo and Kikuyu. But he did it for 24 years.

-Derek-


True Derek, but look where he ran it!

Anonymous said...

Where is Chris. Please exercise some moderation in this blog.

KM

Hellen Okello said...

Derek,
My sisters, brothers, dad, mamma, uncles, nephews, nieces, in-laws...the whole clan will be there. They cannot miss this swearing in ceremony.

Anonymous said...

Not that way. There is someting called system and justice. Is ECK constituted legally? Yes. Is ECK the only authority that runs national elections ? Yes, Did the ECK cahirman name Kibaki as president yes. Did 4.5 million people vote for Kibaki? yes.

Sasa Helena, shida iko wapi. MY grandmother, unfortunately is 80 years old, voted fro Raila at ST Mary's Yala High School polling station and wasted her vote.

Pooor lovely nanny. I told her and she told me that I am lost. Now, who has the last laugh.

That is part of democarycy, the way people were being stopped from voting in some ODM strongholds, or being woekn uup in the dead of the night to go to the polling station

-Derek-

Vikii said...

Sam Okello, sobre up bro. Your president is called Mwai Kibaki. I had said here that if Raila wins, that damn passport will be in ashes. I can never accept to be under him. Likewise I challenge you and others who feel Kibaki should not be president to burn theirs and relinguish the damn citizenship. Like Derek tells you Kibaki will be president for hundreds of weeks to come.

Chris O said...

do not be fools; for those in this forum to play mockery, I want you to think deep and sober and re-do the same till you come to your senses and act fair with your conscience. The whole world witnessed the irregular process that installed kibaki in power and I agree with you "kazi itaendelea" lakini jiulize "kazi gani?" Do you want to feast on a fat calf in a house of turmoil and acrimony or do you want to settle to a humble meal of herbs in a house of peace? Jiulize hiyo swali tena mara kadhaa!! you may have the opportunity and the excitement to laugh at the feeling that you have floored your opponent regardless of the process, fair or unfair, and you may think you have gotten away with that. You have 40days brothers and sisters like thieves because you are worse. The hour of reckoning is here and you shall mourn longer than those who perhaps do it now. You need to stop acting fools; seek and embrace peace because it will be for your own good. I want to remind you all that Kikuyus stand to lose worse than any other kenyan perhaps worse than even the ruling clique. Let it not be lost on you that the Kikuyu has the widest spread investment across the country. Do you think you can trade alone in central? you have more illegal land allocations outside central; you have businesses all over; you own fleets of vehicles that ply the upcountry routes outside central, etc. I mean you deserve it all because whether through wizi or otherwise, you have grabbed it across the years, but I want you to think long and hard when the country becomes ungovernable or u end up not being able to do business elsewhere other than central and innocent parents and children lose their lives coz mof reckless politics. CElebrate and think. You stand to lose more than anyone else; 'matter of fact as am doing this comment I reports pouring in indicate that life has become nightmarish for the ordinary kikuyu outside central; they are slaughtered like chicken and that makes me sick coz I hate to see the country degenerate to that extent. I mean we could contain all this mess by following due political process. Kwa hivo nyinyi wakikuyu fikirieni saaana kabla muanze kucheka cheka juu mnajichekelea kwa ujinga na ni nyinyi mnajuta. why are u excited when a kin loses his/her life just for you to rule.

Better a meal of herbs in a house of peace than that of a fattened calf in a house of turmoil. Make peace, Not war! we are one, and the kikuyu in your head is just that; it is a tribal tag, raw in us and down to our souls, we are just but souls. Think, think then think and then talk. preach love, seek and be an agent of justice and fairness, for anything otherwise ends prematurely. We all want to blossom to the most we can be.

Chrisogonas

Anonymous said...

Helen, ask a friend who lives in Kisumu what happened in Kisumu jana. KISUMU CALM...Kikosi balaa are there right now. UHURU PARK is a NO GO ZONE. You know those people who called the meeting are not MPS yet. they have not been sworn in a campaigns eneded last Monday.

sasa...kaa chonjo.

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

Mr. Sam Okello
I have always respected you as an important kenyan figure. I was also thinking about sending my book, which is an anthropological study of the street children in kenya, to you so that you may consider it for publishing. But now I guess I will let my university publish it as was planned.
You have totally dissapointed me by condoning violence.
In as much as i hate this rigging and its perpetrators, I would like to condemn violence in all its forms, especially based on ethnic chauvinism.
Mr. Okello, why don't you leave your cosy sofa in the us and go to the kenyan streets and protest? Will you be there at what will come to be known as the uhuru park bloodbath tomorrow?
Please let us hold peaceful demos without calling parallel govts.
We are one people, divide and rule will only harm us while the politicians we are fighting for will reap the fruits and we will struggle the same way. Whether Kibaki or Raila is president on the 1st of january we should all be alive and kicking to tend for our families.

Sam Okello said...

Derek,

Intimidation worked way before Kenyans saw the light. Kibaki and Michuki are in for a rude shock. Once a Makerere elite, he goes down in history as no better than Mugabe and Idi Amin Dada. What a shame!

Anonymous said...

Chris O,

Welcome brother sasa, kazi isaanza. Alreday, Michuki has done the first one by flexing his muscles and censoring the media. I dont support that (please let nobody take me wrong) but that is the first kazi.

Chief Justice Gicheru, pia kazi yake imeanza. Tomorrow, life will be back to normal after all the shops are told to continue with their life as normal after Uhuru Park is cleared of any skirmishes.

Then next week children are back to school and we will pay for their fees in Form One...Form Two...Form Three and Form Four.

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

But he won the elections Helen. Thousands upon thousands of Kenyan came out to vote in historic elections. Kibaki ammased 25% in five provinces, so was raila, the only thing that one required was a win. even a single vote could have saddled him to State House. As we chat along, Kibaki will be spending his first night in State House and tomorrow, he relaxes, then Kazi ianze kuendelea.

-Derek-

Hellen Okello said...

Nothing will be back to normal, Derek. People who delude themselves dance when their house is burning.

Anonymous said...

Mwizi Kibaki epitomises everything that is wrong about our prison system.

RG said...

Kivuitu said there was suspicious activity coming From both ODM and PNU. Why are people only talking about PNU rigging. In Alego the winning MP got 99.3%, in another Western constituency one candidate got 0 votes ( didn't even vote For himselF? Unlikely!)
both PNU and ODM are all recycled crooks, hooligans and thieves. they all with very Few exceptions have been corrupt. IF one crook steals From another one I don't care because belive me those ODM holier than thou twerps were not going to to nada diFFerent. Many oF them are where they are because they had a connection with another crook.
There is no change these people would have brought do not be deceived!
I am also concerned at what would have happened to kikuyus when the Luo/Kalengin rich ODM takes over. these are two tribes that HATE kikuyus bitterly. No one has addressed that concern. Already the casualties who are standing out as reported in this blog are....Kikuyus.
Imagine a situation where ODM Formed a govt with only kikuyus in the opposition. SCARY!
however LET THERE BE PEACE!

SOSI said...

Gentlemen, Ladies ... let's attempt to transcend the petty bickering back and forth. Helen Okello has a good point. Certain facts observed at this election are quite un-characteristic conclusions of free and fair elections:

1. Credible observers are casting doubts,
2. Tallied results are not Tallying,
3. Loser is not conceding,
4. Recall the colorful mid-morning swearing ceremonies?

I insist that a a free-and-fair election must not only be free-and fair, but must also be see to be so.

So, let's all quit the bickering and address the facts that are blazingly glaring at us. Let's try to objective.

Hellen Okello said...

Derek, Kibaki stole the election. That's a fact. Kibaki cannot govern Kenya. That's a fact. There're too many disenfranchised voters out there who will not accept a Kibaki presidency. That's a fact.

He stole in broad daylight. He manufactured 500,000 votes. This is a sad day for Kenya. I'm crying for my country.

God bless her.

Chris O said...

Derek fikiria bana; tumia akili, juu intimidation has no room in a politically enlightened country like kenya today. I tell you that the whole mess created by Michuki and fellow homeguards is gonna boomerang right on their face in a matter of days. The thing is, the country is settling to absorb the magnitude of the echoes of downright mischief and blackmail. Time is ticking for a time bomb. we cannot slide back several light years ago just withing the blink of an eye.

watch this space, you may laugh now, but some will do it last and do it longest!

Much peace brother.

Anonymous said...

It will be back to normal. Tomorrow, the landlord will knock the door asking for rent. Next week kids are back to school and a new year start at work. Will you go to the ODM rallies or what?

It will back to normal. Maybe TRUST among the communities Helen, but the real thing is that naturally, Kenyans are not a fighting society. Kenyans witness bloood and run many miles away.

Do you see what happened in Molo the other day, even after assurances by the government, nobody want to go back. They will not startve for long. and the drought season is just around the corner.

-Derek-

John Maina said...

my last comment to vikii. I didnt know you are 25 yrs old. Now i understand. Its definately your parents you have directly benefitted from corruption and for you indirectly but you are directly intelluctually corrupted.

You do come across as educated but obviously through your parents corrupt money thats why you will vigourously defend the status quo, kibaki and kalonzo, moi, biwott etc.

But remember if you dont already know this deep down in your heart, that your parents ill-gotten wealth will haunt you guys and will be paid back regardless how long it takes.

John Maina said...

my last comment to vikii. I didnt know you are 25 yrs old. Now i understand. Its definately your parents you have directly benefitted from corruption and for you indirectly but you are directly intelluctually corrupted.

You do come across as educated but obviously through your parents corrupt money thats why you will vigourously defend the status quo, kibaki and kalonzo, moi, biwott etc.

But remember if you dont already know this deep down in your heart, that your parents ill-gotten wealth will haunt you guys and will be paid back regardless how long it takes.

Anonymous said...

Fact 4.5 million Kenyans voted for Kibaki. Fact, Raila said he will accept the people's decision. Close to Kibaki's figures were raila's figures and our Kalonzo is not even complaining at all. That is why we want people like Kalonzo.

Yeye, job atapata. Atajichagulia job anataka.

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

Chriso,

Mazee, mimi na wewe tunajua Kenya. Jamaa wata riot siku tatu. hawana food, Mtoi ajaenda chuo na Mhindi anakutaka job. Uta DO.

-Derek-

anaweza said...

Derek:

If you seriously believe that things will be back to normal tomorrow, then I want what you are smoking. And if you are not smoking anything then you must be living in a cocoon (or somewhere very safe).

Anonymous said...

John Maina, language. Please, Chunga hiyo maneno. We are in a celebration mood and dont want a fight today.

The highest turnout in election has given us a new administration and we want to start kazi. Tomorrow is holiday. Then on Wednesday, Kazi iendelee

-Derek-

Vikii said...

John Maina that is what I talked about. You choose to drag my family in the mud and I choose to call your promiscuos mother a whore because that is what she is.

makwaka said...

ok kids, I think its time for you two to go to bed. This is a zone for mature debate. who cares whose mom is a whore

TR said...

There is a lot of to-and-fro bickering here that does not help the very serios situation on the ground. Each of us has an opinion of what happened with the just concluded electoral process in Kenya. Any non-partisan view would agree that the process was not seen to be concluded fairly. This especially in a situaton where the difference in votes between RAO and MK was very small. While the letter of law states that the winner by whatever margin should be declared, the ECK failed to recognize that by hastily announcing the results, over 4.5m Kenyans felt cheated. It is the delicateness of this process that required that all concerned parties bend over backwards to ensure that the process is seen to be fair. This did not happen.

Now to the future, yes, MK may rule Kenya for the next five years. It should be remembered that in the next 5 years more millions of kenyas will be of votting age. These past few days they witnessed what happened and will remember this next time. While it is possible to massage results where the difference is small, it will not be possible to do so where the difference is in the millions. Kenya will get its hero whether Derek, Vikii, Deroo or anyone in this blog likes it or not. I dare say that there are even more people of Gema who today decided that they will not again vote the way they did, on tribal basis. They will not want to align themselves to a party known to grab power through un-democratic means. As one blogger here said, let us all take a deep breath and think. We must all arise from tribal politics that some peopole here preach.

TR

Anonymous said...

As I write this many innocent lives and hard earned property are being lost in the Rift Valley while the Kibaki and his allies prepare to enjoy the powers of state. This is not right! He should talk to the opposition or else many people will lose their lives and property and this will lead to many dire consequences never seen before due to ripple effect and cause- reaction scenarios. Guns cannot pacify a people who think that votes were topped up to ensure legitimacy of a prefered canditate!
God bless our country and save us from self-destruction!
Bwana Kibaki show us the democracy we fought for.You cannot wish this away sir!

SOSI said...

Found this inspring from the Standard Editorial:

"...But for now for winners and losers on the one hand, and the electorate on the other, Kenya must come first. Despite the fact that this General Election may now rival the massively rigged 1988 poll in notoriety and infamy and despite the fact that millions will feel cheated, the protagonists must not cause the country to burn.

Kenya is bigger than all of us."

-SOSI

Abdi said...

Although I am no longer proud to be a Kenyan, I totally agree with the standard statement.

That Kibaki stole the elections is obvious. That Kibaki will find it hard to be welcomed anywhere except Central and Eastern is another fact. That Raila is the legitimate president of Kenyan is also a fact.

But now what? Burn the country? No. Please pray for peace. Look at Somalia, Rwanda, Ivory coast and the likes. We don't want to be like that. Lets protest but only peacefully. Let peace prevail. Kenya is bigger than any individual.

Nyatty-ET said...

All sed n done, can I av the last say? Thank You1!!
Guyz love ur neighbour do this n all will fall into place. Am in Timor-leste and the destruction the loss that they r xperiencing now is more than 20 yrs' work. We suffered 24 gd yrs whats 5?
Dont send inflammatory msgs hiding behind the pc. Can you guys say this face to face?

The Rendezvous said...

The ONLY way is to organize a Ukranian version of Kenya ORANGE revolution.

This is what is supposed to HAPPEN today at UHURU park rally.

Can u kill one million kenyans who come out to Uhuru park?

Anonymous said...

Go to Google News
David Miliband says he has 'real concerns' over the election


AFP - 18 hours ago
Full coverage »
Miliband concerned over Kenya vote
18 hours ago

Britain has appealed to Kenyan politicians to avoid further bloodshed after its president was re-elected in a poll marred by violence over accusations of vote rigging on both sides.

Foreign Secretary David Miliband said he had "real concerns" about reported irregularities which have sparked violent protests that have left at least 15 people dead.

Mwai Kibaki was sworn in after being declared the victor over rival Raila Odinga who immediately rejected the result, leading to further clashes.

In a joint statement with International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander, Mr Miliband said: "This is a pivotal moment for Kenya, a time when the democratic process and election outcome has to be seen to be fair in the eyes of the Kenyan people.

"We congratulate Kenyan voters for conducting their vote in an orderly and dignified manner. But we have real concerns at the irregularities reported by the EU observers and others.

"We call on all Kenya's political leaders and democratic institutions to work together to address those concerns, seriously, in a spirit of unity, and in a way which will bring the respect and support of the Kenyan people.

"Those leaders must also ensure the safety of Kenya's people - the tragic deaths this weekend have marred an otherwise peaceful election.

"That violence must not be repeated. We urge all sides to pursue their disputes peacefully through dialogue and the appeals process."

They went on: "Britain looks forward to working with a legitimately elected government of Kenya, which commands the support of the Kenyan people and which wants to advance the economic, social and democratic interests of the people of Kenya.

"We will be discussing ways forward with our European and other partners in the coming weeks."
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Taifa said...

The day Kenyan people will wake up one morning and think they are Kenyans, will be the day they will start thinking what neo-colonialsm is doing in Kenya at the moment.
As my friend from the Caribbean told me, black people suffers from the effects of slavery, colonialism and it high time "21st century" that we address this issues and stop thinking Jaluo, Kikuyu, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kisii the list goes on to Ibo`s and Zulus etc.
Election only took a day, and the stupidness of uneducated in Kenya sorry to say and Intelectuals abroad have been compromised by two people. Kibaki and Raila "millionaires" They are now spilling poor peoples blood for their own selfihness, greed and power hunger. What do you think they want to accomplish? Protect their ill gotten wealth some of which have been stashed in foreign banks (safe deposits) while poor Kibera voters slaughter one another and others in Eldoret and nyanza burn their loved neighbours houses because they are from different tribes. And as we speak, kibaki and Raila are tossing champagne and shouting loud "cheers". They all go to bed together. These guys are crooks, i quote John Kerry when Bush was declared the USA President the second time. After rigging Florida votes where his brother was Governor.

KENYANS, I PLEAD WITH YOU. LET US WORK, STUDY AND GO BACK TO KENYA AND DEVELOP OUR NATION. KIBAKI IS 76 YRS come on, RAILA 62 YEARS hihi getting there, PLEASE GIVE ME A BREAK. These people have never experienced poverty and the people dying are hardly 30 years old. ARE WE BUILDING OR DESTROYING OUR FUTURE?
These guys are senile, and the reason i`m saying that is because of the lifestyle they have. Ordinary Kenyans should come together as brothers and sisters and oust these guys out of office and out of our way and take charge of our country.

They have so much money; they can live wherever they want without in this world without working until they die.

Mboro said...

The day Kenyan people will wake up one morning and think they are Kenyans, will be the day they will start thinking what neo-colonialsm is doing in Kenya at the moment.
As my friend from the Caribbean told me, black people suffers from the effects of slavery, colonialism and its the high time "21st century" that we address this issue and stop thinking Jaluo, Kikuyu, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kisii the list goes on to Ibo`s and Zulus etc.
Election only took a day, and the stupidness of uneducated in Kenya sorry to say and Intelectuals abroad have been compromised by two people, Kibaki and Raila "millionaires". They are now spilling poor people’s blood for their own selfishness, greed and power hunger. What do you think they want to accomplish? Protect their ill gotten wealth some of which have been stashed in foreign banks (safe deposits) while poor Kibera voters slaughter one another and others in Eldoret and Nyanza burn their loved neighbours houses, because they are from different tribes. And as we speak, Kibaki and Raila are tossing champagne and shouting loud "cheers". Probably with UK, US and Canadian Ambassadors. They all go to bed together. These guys are crooks, I quote John Kerry when Bush was declared the USA President the second time. After rigging Florida votes where his brother was Governor.

KENYANS, I PLEAD WITH YOU. LET US WORK, STUDY AND GO BACK TO KENYA AND DEVELOP OUR NATION. KIBAKI IS 76 YRS come on, RAILA 62 YEARS hihi getting there, PLEASE GIVE ME A BREAK. These people have never experienced poverty and the people dying are hardly 30 years old. ARE WE BUILDING OR DESTROYING OUR FUTURE?
These guys are senile, and the reason i`m saying that is because of the lifestyle they have. Ordinary Kenyans should come together as brothers and sisters and oust these guys out of office and out of our way and take charge of our country.

They have so much money; they can live wherever they want in this world without working until they die.

Mombasa said...

While Kenya continue to in chaos, this is what some bloggers are writing on jaluo dot com.

It`s a pity...!

THEY ARE NOT IN CONFIRM PLEASE BUT FORCE IS THE WAY NO DIPLOMACY AT THIS TIME 50 ARE DEAD

Wed, 2 Jan 2008 08:05:02 -0500
From: Maurice Nyaware

It’s right to keep each one of us in Diaspora who has access to our beloved web “”jaluo.com’’.As you know we are all astonished with the self declaration of Jaraboun’s win.What I can say is that some of the reliable source back from home says that, the peoples President is not locked in and his fellows like Ruto and Orengo Jimy is also not in,they are all expected to hold THE PEOPLE’S PRESIDENDT INAGURATION at the venue that have not been mentioned at 2pm, so far it is that the deaths fom Dagoreti.Mathare, Kariobangi, Kayole and some other estates in Nairobi may be 50 in number’s there have been fights through out the night since Kibaki imposed him self yesterday .The forces are also devide and this is said to couse more havoc scince the majority of the foces are wakale and this are pro Aguambo. Otherwiase this is the time when force should be implemented to achieve the demand of the people as it is said when diplomacy fails Force should be implied, the reasone why am saying this is for the reason that the Court will not solve this situation and if some body is thinking of international community this still will fail couse Okuche as you know they are nincompups who do not look at this as a national concern but away of making more “”Mbesha”” .this is way I say lets find a way of making use of our forces THIS IS THE ONLY WAY OUT.

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