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Sunday, December 30, 2007

A Time For True Kenyans To Stand Up And Be Counted

It would seem that part of the reason for the long delay in announcing the presidential elections is Samuel Kivuitu's refusal to announce the results because of certain issues his conscience will not allow him to go along with. He is reported to have been under intense pressure from fellow commissioners.

If it is true that these elections were rigged then there were Kenyans who were involved.

My advice to anybody involved in any way with the current events is;

DO THE RIGHT THING.

This Christmas I took time to reflect together with my dad on the life of a neighbor who did not DO the right thing during a long career with the Special Branch in the 70s and early 80s. Finally he could not live with his conscience and drunk himself to death.

Do the right thing. Say NO. RESIGN. That way you will be able to live with your conscience later.

It is clear that President Kibaki is not prepared to do the right thing. But this does not stop anybody in PNU from saying "NO" and doing the right thing.

This is a time to stand up and be counted as a true Kenyan.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

INCITEMENTS. PLEASE STOP IT YOU HAVE DONE ENOUGH OF IT SO FAR. JUST LET IT HAPPEN. THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE IN THE DIASPORA FOLLOWING YOUR REPORT. PLEASE, MR EDITOR, JUST ALLOW THE PROCESS TO TAKE PLACE. RIGHT NOW, CALLING KENYA IS A PROBLEM.

WE ARE IN DENVER AND THE PHONE TRAFFIC TO KENYA IS SO HIGH AND THERE IS A GENERAL PANIC SINCE SKIRMISHES YESTERDAY. PLEASE CALL FOR CALM THAT IS WHAT WE WANT NOW. STOP MAKING DECISIONS HERE. THERE IS REAL PANIC ABROAD

Anonymous said...

Chris, the sense of injustice and disillusionment at the presidential election results runs deep. There's not a corner of Kenya that believes Kibaki won the presidential elections. In Mombasa where I come from, there's deep anger at what is happening. We should be looking forward to 2008 with a sense of joy and optimism yet we are glued to our tellys, gloomily wondering where our country is headed. It's not right.

This will take some healing.

Anonymous said...

The BBC is saying that there was a huge sense of disquiet amongst the international community and observers following the results scrutiny last night, and they strongly urged Kibaki to concede.

Anonymous said...

Oh dear, what's wrong?
Has your candidate started shitting himself over the counting of ALL votes and not just the early results?

KIBAKI TENA. 5 MORE YEARS!!!!!!!!

Vikii said...

True Kenyan? You seem to have an awkward mentality that all Kenyans should endorse thuggery like you. What makes you think people will concede the leadership of the country to criminals who are fresh from an electoral defeat?

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