The MYTH created by Kenyan media and business people in preaching peace has been exposed for what it truly is: SELFISHNESS. Seeing the so-called private sector and businessmen trooping to State House to preach peace betrays their thirst for profit in 'missed opportunities'.
And predictably Kibaki never disappointed the chaps. Emilio knows who oils his political wheels when he sets eyes on those who paid one million shillings for a plate of fish and chips or mokimo to finance the elections that he ended up STEALING anyway. Confined to the walls and lawns of State House after selective visits to the internally displaced, Emilio looked all academic in taking notes. In truth he may have been reconciling and prioritizing which accounts (election debts) to settle first.
The truism that image is everything particularly in the service industry has no exception. Contrast that fact with the sight of Equity bank chairman sojourning to London in a PNU delegation. The chap then gets embroiled in partisan escapades rubbishing ODM whose supporters sustain his bank.
So after roasting their geese, it defeats even basic tenets of imagination to see these economic mercenaries shamelessly start asking where the rain started drenching them wet. They dug the hole which they must enter. All we have are scoundrels in all shades who only speak of the 'wider good' in jest while the real motivation are grandiosely selfish.
Until and unless HONESTY reigns in Kenya, the business community will remain blinded by profit in their singular HELL FOR LEATHER pursuits. Their hollow proclamations of the wider good will remain a shell as Kenya continues to bleed profusely from all her orifices. These so-called industrialists are nothing but dogs of war in disguise. Pepo mbaya, washindwe.