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Monday, February 25, 2008

Annan Mediation Now Hits Brick Wall


The much anticipated success of the Annan peace mission run into a cropper this afternoon when mediation teams emerged from the talks and declared that they were unable to reach a compromise and were now handing over the crux of the matter to their bosses (Kibaki and Raila) to decide for themselves how they wish to share power.

This is to be done through the Chief mediator Koffi Annan, before Wednesday this week when ODM ultimatum for mass action expires.

Following an unexpected statement by the PNU yesterday (Sunday), ODM were early today accusing their rivals of changing their minds about power-sharing.

Annan was said to have confirmed the stalemate but it is unknown if this also means that the so-called Serena talks have been officially wound-up.

A power-sharing deal has been imminent for the last two weeks but it appears the antagonist cannot reach an agreement on the extent of powers of the proposed office of the Prime Minister. ODM has announced it will accept nothing short of an executive prime minister and that whatever deal is agreed upon, it must be entrenched into the constitution.

This blogger will monitor the reactions of Raila and Kibaki regarding the latest development and post updates.

76 comments:

Alan T said...

Its over!
We are asking Kenyans of all ilk and kind to brace themselves for what is to come.
Kaparo was right, neither of the protagonists is willing to budge. Raila was in Nigeria seeking help, Kibaki has been sending feelers all over Africa.
No time for self determination struggle, now is time to brace for what is to come. What the PNU people adumbrated yesterday has come to pass!.
Its tough.
God bless Kenya.

Anonymous said...

THE ONLY ONE NOT WILLING TO BUDGE IS kibaki/pnu!
Raila/ODM are asking for a fair share after an obviously flawed election. Is asking for 50% too much?!?

Do not make it sound that anyone else than Kibaki is responsible for Kenya going down the drain!

Anonymous said...

Kibaki and his PNU hardliners(Read Michuki 7 Karua) do not obviously have Kenya and her ineterests at heart. They think they will be spared when the worst comes to the worst? No one wins, evryone loses. They just make me sick, it is time to put COUNTRY before SELF & SELFISH INTERESTS, or else they will soon realize that there will be no country to govern, or selfish interests to protect.

fave of BG said...

Taabu has been right all along to be so pessimistic.
PNU were and are buying time to recruit militia and other nefarious schemes. Now we head down the drain as a nation. I have said only succession or extreme devolution is going to bring peace to this nation. Without a new constitution (which PNU opposes) and a real government that know what a government is supposed to do. We can not have peace. By the way, what is the role of the government? ask any politician and you will be surprised

Kheng.Fu said...

Whats wrong with the duly elected president! I read what ODM are asking for and it is just soo common sense stuff that it pains me when we even have to negotiate about it!!

Anonymous said...

Like solomon asked the two mamas who had a dispute about a kid, the mama who said the kid be cut into half such that each takes 50% was the illegitimate mother.
Mwizi Raila is the illegitimate one in this case.
DOMs, all the best, Kenya is not smouldering, that is just Phils tiny brain.

Anonymous said...

Anon@7:44 am
you are right
smouldering actually happens after a real inferno (the coming one).
Phil is right just a head of himself

mrembowaodm said...

wait and see.........!

mrembowaodm said...

by the way phil sorry to ask but what happened to your 'impeccable sources wa transitional government ya musalia'?
are they getting medication?

Anonymous said...

Neither Kibaki or Raila will save the sad situation.The Masses will through civil disobedience.

Is this a preview?

Home:Europe/World

Kenyan airport union threatens strike as crisis bites Published: Monday, 25 February, 2008, 07:37 AM Doha Time

NAIROBI: Kenya’s main airport workers union yesterday threatened to strike in three weeks over working conditions in the east African nation, which is reeling from a political crisis that has badly damaged the economy.
The strike could paralyse air traffic to east Africa’s largest economy, whose critical tourism sector has been hit hard by violence that has killed more than 1,000 people since a disputed December 27 election.
Some 1,600 airport workers from the Kenya Aviation and Allied Workers Union (KAAWU) said they would strike in three weeks over issues of salary, medical coverage and transport. The union includes fire-fighters, security, ground crews and cargo handlers in all eight airports in Kenya.
“This is a warning to future flights into Kenya to reschedule within the next 21 days to avoid any inconveniences,â€‌ said union general secretary Jimi Masege.
Tourism is Kenya’s biggest source of foreign currency. Nairobi is also a regional hub connecting African destinations such as Rwanda, Burundi, Comoros and Seychelles.
Masege accused Kenya’s airport management of going “into hidingâ€‌ and “using the current political crisis as a scapegoat.â€‌
Kenya Airport Authority (KAA) denied the charge. “Those are just allegations by the union,â€‌ said KAA corporate affairs manager Dominic Ngigi.
“We maintain an open-door policy with the union. It is in the interest of both sides to have an amicable agreement that is mutually beneficial.â€‌
In January, Kenya Airways said business had fallen by 15%, hurt mainly by a drop in passenger traffic from Europe due to post-election violence.
In February, the airline suspended its thrice-weekly flights to Paris as travellers from France dried up because of the turbulence in the country. – Reuters

Anonymous said...

When the historians finally start putting pen to paper on Kenya's short but storied history, Kibaki will undoubtedly take his place with the ilk of Idi Amin, Bokasa, Mobutu Sese Seko, Sani Abacha, Robert Mugabe, Charles Taylor etc.
Great company for a man of his stature, what a shame and waste.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 7.44 aka Solomon, you must have misinterpreted the whole thing. If the Solomon case is to be applied here, it's ODM that don't want the child to be split into half. They have made so many concessions but mwize kibaki can't budge. If they wanted the child (read country) to tear apart they simply would have said no presidency no Kenya. It appears the PNU are doing just that. Don't get this thing twisted.

Rebel said...

Read scripts on the wall people. Wear glasses or something. Did you all think Kibaki rigged elections to just give out power two months later? Come on people. Something is wrong with you all. Kumekucha! Keep informing people but as far as I see, there are a million good democratic ideas in this blog but they are all going to a dumpster as long as Kibaki is still alive. The same goes for the godamn negotiations or meditations. As long as this creature is still alive, Kenyan souls should brace themselves for another filthy 5 years under Lucifer’s stinking blouse of jang’aa.

As always, mine advice is a coup.

Anonymous said...

Just wondering, what use is the military when they can't step in to save the country. Are they just a bunch of lifeless action figures?

Anonymous said...

Karua and company are at it again trashing a deal that is just about to be signed. Wow!

By the way, why would Raila agree to a deal where his boss is Kibaki and not the Kenyan people (Parliament) and yet he went into an election with Kibaki for the sole purpose of removing Kibaki?

If this is what he wants to agree to, why bother standing against Kibaki and how is his position different from Kalonzo 'Judas wiper'?

The only deal for the sake of peace that is agreeable to us wanainchi who voted for ODM and the people who lost their lives fighting for the democracy is an executive Prime Minister answerable to parliament and not mwizi Kibaki.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 8.50am, Raila can never accept to be under Kibaki, never.

Anonymous said...

If mwizi Kibaki is allowed to get away with this election travesty, then Kenyans must brace themselves for the worst come 2012.

A preview is Uhuru’s actions last week with the nominations of councilors.

Lionel Messi

Anonymous said...

Why do you think the talks are failing? It's because the PNU jerks want the PM's post to be answerable to Mwizi Kibaki, the ODM can't agree to this OR looked at from another point, the ODM want an executive PM, the PNU can't hear none of it. BTW, the coup thing might be the way out.

Anonymous said...

Our Army is compromised, they are all puppets of the illegitimate government. It will take very courageous fellows to topple mwizi himself.

Anonymous said...

I hope the gova (illegal) is ready for what will follow.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 8:56AM

Then what do you call agreeing to be a PM with supervisory powers over Ministries and any other duties assigned by mwizi Kibaki.

Lionel Messi

David Kamau said...

This is the time for all people to realize that Kibaki is the President of kenya.
Raila is a devil worshipper who went to South Africa to ask for withcraft, then went to Nigeria recently for voodoo and njunju.
We dont want a devil worshipper in kenya, we want righteous christians. Kibaki is president and that is the final.

---David Kamau

Anonymous said...

HOW KOFFI RETURNED RAILA FROM NIGERIA.

Apparently, the real reason that Raila was denied audience with the Nigerian President was not exactly what the ‘Nation’ carried yesterday on it’s front page. Stories from Abuja now indicate that the matter went much deeper than that.
With pressure building on both sides to finalize a deal, and minus any additional support from the US or UK, Raila has panicked at the Government’s insistence that reforms be within the current Constitution. Raila, the astute politician, is aware that Yar’ Adua of Nigeria enjoys a close friendship with Koffi Annan. This was the reason behind Raila’s hurried chartered flight.
When Raila sought audience with Yar’ Adua, the Nigerian President, well aware about the situation in Kenya, asked for a written brief about what Raila wanted to discuss. Raila unwisely mentioned his unhappiness with the way Koffi was handling some of the issues in the talks. In particular, Raila wanted Yar’ Adua to tell Koffi to be firm with the Government on the matter of an Executive Premiership and sharing cabinet slots equally.
Yar’Adua quickly made a call to Koffi in Nairobi before he could agree to see Raila. It is understood that Koffi was livid at Raila’s efforts behind his back.
After some 20 minutes on the phone with Koffi, the Nigerian President sent word that the timing of Raila’s visit was ‘inappropriate in the circumstances’, but that Raila would be very welcome at a future date to visit and stay in Nigeria.
Raila thereafter hurried back to Nairobi in his chartered flight.

Anonymous said...

I think the best thing is for the two parties to be brought face to face under Annan to discuss. Thief Kibaki is so gutless, he projects the image of a statesman in written/barked speeches but silently sends his troops to tramp any sensible concessions. Also, he probably invites the likes of Michuki to those Harambee house gigs.

If he were to be face to face with Annan and Raila, I don't think he has the balls to keep spewing all this bullcrap. I don't think he has any balls.

My advice to Annan is, bring the two parties face to face and lead them to an agreement. When you get an agreement, let it be signed there and then and call a press conference to make it public.

How long shall we wait to move on with our lives?

Ole Seki

Anonymous said...

Hey Kamau, stop vomiting on our shoes. Ati NjuNJU???

Anonymous said...

@Kamau

Lol

Kweli Mkikuyu ni Mkikuyu, shrubbing even in writing.

Domnic Ondipo said...

It has finally emerged that for the second time in less than a month, Raila has been declared persona non grata at a key international function. Apparently, on the night of 16th Feb, Raila sent Oburu as an emissary to Tanzania to ask that he be allowed to join the tour of George Bush in Tanzania. Somehow, Oburu received a confirmation of sorts from a member of the steering committee for the visit. However, this was a middle level officer, one Mwisheshe, attached to the trade department. It was agreed that Raila was to have no official role, nor to make any speech. For Raila, it was enough to make an appearance and be photographed with George Bush, with the photo to be used in a scoop by a local daily, headlining how Bush ‘invited Raila to discuss the Kenyan situation.’ (Never mind that Bush does not know Raila’s name, leave alone his face)
The entire plan became a cropper when Raila, who travelled by road to avoid alerting the Kenya Government, arrived at the Namanga checkpoint. An alert Tanzanian Immigration official quickly called his bosses in Dar. Questions were asked as to the reason for his visit. After some delay in which even the Kenyan Ambassador in Dar was called, Raila was informed that while he would not be denied entry into Tanzania, he ‘should return next week, or any other time thereafter.’ Raila quietly returned to Nairobi a dejected man.

Anonymous said...

Hehehehe!

Demonic ondipo!!

What is it with Kikuyus and shrubbing when speaking and writing?

Ochieng Odero said...

Maybe he did not shrub.
Dominic viz a viz Demonic. COuld be he thinks Dominic is demonic or DOMOnic?
Ondipo as in, Ndipo sasa, or Ndiposa!

"Language is a tool to be misused by all and sundry, to be mimicked, language is a tool to flattery, language at its best is flowery, singing rhymes as in a nursery, language, the vehicle of culture-"Poem by Willima Wadsworthy.

Abass said...

Wonders never cease especially in Kenya. Eti Uhuru to 'arbitrate' mayoral election in Nairobi(http://www.nationmedia.com/dailynation/nmgcontententry.asp?category_id=1&newsid=117648). From a minister to a judge to an arbitrator... and if they get away with this, another coup in 2012 will make him the 'president'

Anonymous said...

@Ochieng

I am the one who labelled our friend ondipo 'Demonic' his signature is actually 'Domnic Ondipo'

Clearly his was a case of shrubbing in haste to post that story of Raila's purported snub just like our 'njunju' friend earlier.

fave of BG said...

And some of you have any hope for Kenya? I say if you can not see what is coming, Then you hear it. if you can not hear it then you can smell it. If none of the above applies to you then you might be in PNU
I do not want to be pessimistic but is not Uhuru the same guy who was advocating for a grand coalition? Didn't one other side disappear during the elections?
Then why should elections be repeated when the other candidate threw in the towel?.
But in a patented Kenya way of making mistakes that last for posterity...
'Uhuru to 'arbitrate' mayoral election in Nairobi (DN)
So, he is a politician, and arbitrator. So, Uhuru chooses who is nominated, and who becomes Mayor
Welcome to the new Kenya. By the way folks, I would like to remind you that you are living in a dictatorship. Your votes do not count. Yes, folks you are living in a dictatorship.Let me let you on a little secret Peaceful negotiations have never gotten a dictator out of office. No one gives a position of advantage without fight and pain.

Anonymous said...

ok,

why do we sound surprised?, were we really expecting anything different?

thief=liar=scoundrel=...etc

Anonymous said...

@Fave

I have always known that the only way Kibaki is going to be made to gave up or even remotely share power is by the gun.

Ironically what people do not understand is that Kibaki has a hold on power because he has possesion on the instruments of violence represented by what? The gun!

So i am under no illusions but war is the only way to remove Kibaki.

Lionel Messi

Anonymous said...

Uhuru cited a conflict of interest when he declined to nominate Pasaris. Now assuming we looked into a conflict of interest as regards every PNU Minister', you will be astounded not only by the conflict of interest but wanton pillage.

As for Raila this or that, to Nigeria or Tanzania, the issue is not Raila, the issue is Kibaki's civil coup. lets not forget that!

Anonymous said...

David Kamau-First and foremost, you need to learn how to communicate your thoughts in a more coherent, well thought out manner. Second, do not invoke "devil worshipping, njunju (as you call it)" when we have an illegitimate "duly elected" that stole a nation's will(Read democracy). Last but not least, as your kinsman Dedan Kimathi once stipuluated, "I'd rather die on my feet standing, than live on my knees."

David Kamau said...

Raila is a devil worshiper, just because I said njunju instead of junju does not make it null and avoid that he is a devil worshiping man. This is why kenya has been plunged in the current political tarmoil.
Fact:
He went to SouthAfrica for withdoctoral powers
He went to Nigeria for junju.
Blood is been shed because of sacfrifices he made to the devil.

--David Kamau

Kenyan Son said...

I read sentences here from rotten minds. We are throwing words at each other with thieves and their clan members. What tribe is renowned for stealing in Kenya? If you know it, then stop blaming Kibaki.

I’m only telling those able to prepare for a coup. Those with Pangas and spears to sharpen them. It has appeared to me that we cannot emancipate our country through negotiation or meditation or coalition. It appears that if half of Kenya cannot live with Kibaki for another 5 years, then they need to topple this sucker out and put any other soul whether Raila or any.

Anonymous said...

Lol @ kamau

Ati junju! You still can't get it right just like PNU which still can't get the gravity of what is facing them.

Sample this statement by Kilonzo to the AP today,

"This is not correct at all," Kilonzo told The Associated Press, adding: "They thought this was a picnic where they would walk in and take over the government."

And to ODM, this is indeed not a picnic. Kibaki will not give up power without the force of the gun.

Time to make hard decisions and stop this nonsense of street demos.

Lionel Messi

fave of BG said...

@Lionel Messi
Sadly but true.
Folks, look at dictators and look how they were removed. Idi Amini, Marcos, Taylor, Samuel Doe, any tin pot dictator can only be removed by putting fire to his butt. And, that, ODM nation, is not called negotiations.
I am a pacifist but a realist to remove the wretched ugly thing some more Kinetic energy might be needed.
Have no illusions about Kibaki. If you are Prozac, miss a dose see reality. Remove you rose coloured glasses. An see him for whom he really is
Yes, I have downgraded Kenya to a dictatorship. It was a short journey though.

Anonymous said...

@Fave

My brother that is the sad reality of the situation in Kenya today.

Last week, PNU sent Kalonzo ‘Judas Wiper’ to Rwanda. Do we realize the significance of that visit? The reason is very simple. Rwanda depends on Kenya for it’s economy to survive and Kagame is increasingly restless with the despotic government of Kibaki, a situation that is conducive for Kagame to support any Kenyan rebel outfit that is ready to drive Kibaki out of Kenya. Why on earth no one has seized this opportunity only boggles my mind.

Lionel Messi

Anonymous said...

Just think of it, who is Kagame for PNU to send Kalonzo 'Judas Wiper' to update him on the negotiations and not send a representative to say Burundi, DRC, Sudan or CAR?

Lionel Messi

Anonymous said...

David Kamau-Simply does not get it...ati "junju". Not to cast aspersions your way, FYI there is free education (Primary & Secondary) in Kenya, strike while the iron is hot....LMAO.

fave of BG said...

My view the whole negotiation thing is a space and time buying maneuver by the Dictatorship. Have you not seen the police transfers, the recruitment of new killers (police). As I have said you can see it , you can smell it and you can hear it. And I predict it.
They have no intention of giving up anything. They just have too many scandals and skeletons in the cupboard to let any one in. Simple as that. The government is the scene of crime, they are not going to let anyone there until they falsify, tamper and obfuscate all the dirt they have collected in 5 short but corrupt years as we were blinded by an' economic miracle'
Yes, all the the nations that depend on Kenya for commerce are wary and none more so that Rwanda and we all know who Rwanda supports. And why Judas took his sulphur reeking body there. News from Kigali says the city still reeks of his malodorous sulphur stench. The small devil was in town.
the unfortunate thing is only 2 letters separates bullet and ballot.
To remove a dictator needs one of them. Choose which. After all one method already failed?... Hey, do not get mad, I am only analyzing available evidence and options. Talk won't take us anywhere. If am wrong remind me later. I will apologize

Trebor said...

I hate to be reduced to making this comment but David Kamau simply reminds us of the arrogance that has made the rest of the country uncomfortable with the Kikuyu. Moi with all his monumental flaws was president for 24 years but how come people never felt the need to vent their anger at the Kalenjin? Kibaki is president for just five years and we all want to kill Kikuyus. Ask yourselves why my kikuyu brothers and sisters. Unless you tone down your wanton arrogance and misguided superiority complex, this country will head to the dogs. And do you know who is gonna be the loser? If the mighty Roman empire was brought down...

Anonymous said...

A friend found these words to describe the situation as follows (and since I believe that her words 'hit the nail' - I am sharing them with you) :

' A perfectly wonderful country is being ruined because old men are behaving like little boys in the shoolyard in a pissing contest....'

Anonymous said...

Trebor, dead on point but you have to explain it to them like a 2 year old(Denzel Washington in a certain movie). They need to read and understand the rise and fall of empires, not that Kenya is one. The Ottoman, Roman, Chinese (Considered everyone else babarians), Soviet etc. When it is all said and done, I wonder where they will all run and hide.

Anonymous said...

fact: its not about their status in society, but its a hard truth

no one in kenya can employ a kyuk as a watchman. even a kyuk will not employ a kyuk as a watchie. no one trusts them with any property. that is the problem, they cannot be trusted.

Anonymous said...

The picnic is over DOMers. There is no way anyone is going to get state power through the back door. Elections were never won by heckling, stone throwing or over three course meals at Serena. If Kofi Anan knew the magic of making people President, he would be one himself. Miaka ingine hamsini.

Meanwhile, Kibaki has to serve his five years after which Kalonzo takes over for ten, then uhuru for another 10, Karua for ten, Moses Wetangula ten and finally Mungatana for another ten. After Mungatana's retirement, Kijana Raila Odinga and his Odhiambo Destruction Movement will now be mature enough to be entrusted with the leadership of the country. We will even support him. If he doesn't behave however, Opposition Daima Milele--ODM!

Anonymous said...

Anon@ 12:25PM

As my physics teacher used to say, time will tell whether Kibaki will indeed have his 'miaka tano tu' let alone Kalonzo'Judas Wiper'have his 10 or uhuru 'Muingiki'have another 10.

And you can take that to the bank. Twende kazi!

Lionel Messi

Trebor said...

Annon @ 12:25 you should read my comment above then you will know what is ailing this nation. Its a pity we have people like you, there no excuse

mrembowaodm said...

people are still deluded here!!


is this really a time for chest thumping?!! and spreading propaganda za devil worshipper?

aii......have no words for you people as i said.....wait and see!!

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 12:52, Be ready to inhabit or become part of the publica of the Repuclic of Kibakistan/Kikuyustan/Mt. Kenyastan whatever Karua and Michuki will come up with.

Anonymous said...

To all of you responding to anon@12:25 PM, I expect better. As a former PNU supporter, I realized that I was supporting a dictatorship.
If you support a dictatorship, do not cry when they come for you.
Such comments as his should be ignored. It worries me sometimes when we jump on to silly comments and avoid the serious issues like getting the rascal out of state house and into which ever section of hell he is accepted

Abass said...

anon 12:57, agreed. Every comment one makes in reaction to the likes of anon 12:25's comments could have being devoted to a more meaningful message. Remember, he gets strength from our replies.

Anonymous said...

Kenya is being run as a dictatorship - it has been for ages.

We need to persist in our efforts to end this situation.

The international community needs to step up pressure once again.

Anonymous said...

The current crisis will only truly end once we have a weaker executive and three arms of government that are INDEPENDENT of each other.

Abass said...

I have a suggestion. Expectedly, PNU has done the one thing that they know best: trashing agreements. But since it wasn't reported that they didn't reject the part that says if one party pulls out, the coalition is over and a new general election should be held, what if ODM takes advantage of that, and pulls out later (as soon as possible) to have a fresh mandate?

Anonymous said...

kar-Ua,Kill-onzo and as their names imply are the author and finisher of the second wave of violence. Ongeri and Wetangula are the blind cohorts together with Brother Emilio who's wife is allegedly in Mathare.

Abass said...

BREAKING NEWS: Annan threaten to quit as mediator.
http://edition.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/africa/02/25/kenya.talks/index.html
NAIROBI, Kenya (CNN) -- Kofi Annan has threatened to leave as mediator in the tense Kenyan power-sharing talks if a quick agreement is not reached, a senior aide to former U.N. chief said Monday.
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Former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan is the chief mediator in talks aimed at defusing Kenya's crisis.

Negotiating teams for Kenya's government and opposition left the talks after only half a day Monday. Sources close to the negotiations said the talks had reached a standstill

Annan, the former U.N. secretary-general and chief mediator in the process, expressed displeasure.

"After four hours of intense negotiation this morning, the team made almost no progress on reaching an agreement on government," Annan said in a statement. "I had to conclude that they were not capable of resolving the outstanding issues."

Annan met with leaders of both sides Monday to implore them to come to an agreement.

A senior aide said that Annan "believes that if genuine political will had prevailed, the problems could have been resolved a week or two ago. He has suspended a lot of important activities to help Kenya. And if this foot-dragging continues it is unlikely that he will be able to hang on."

Annan on Friday asked for both President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga to "give their negotiators clear instructions so that we can more swiftly to a conclusion," sources with Annan's team said. But sources close to the negotiations said there remained definite sticking points to finding a solution.
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It was not immediately clear what those sticking points were.

Anonymous said...

IT ISN'T OVER UNTIL IT'S OVER.

Annan has taken the ball straight to Kibaki and Odinga.

Everybody knows that the ball is actually on Kibaki's court.

Will he save Kenya from another round of violence...?

Anonymous said...

WHY DON'T YOU USE SOME SHIT TO WIPE YOUR LYING MOUTH- I HATE GROWN LIKE YOU POSTING LIES ON HERE!! HOW DO YOU THINK THIS WILL HELP YOU?? BY MORE KENYANS DYING - I WORK CLOSE WITH MR. OBURU AND NOTHING LIKE THIS EVER HAPPENED- I HOPE YOU DON'T HAVE KIDS TO SET AN EXAMPLE TO BECAUSE YOU ARE A POOR EXCUSE OF A HUMAN BEING- DO SHUT UP!!

Domnic Ondipo said...

It has finally emerged that for the second time in less than a month, Raila has been declared persona non grata at a key international function. Apparently, on the night of 16th Feb, Raila sent Oburu as an emissary to Tanzania to ask that he be allowed to join the tour of George Bush in Tanzania. Somehow, Oburu received a confirmation of sorts from a member of the steering committee for the visit. However, this was a middle level officer, one

mrembowaodm said...

does anybody honestly expect kibaki to solve anything?

he chased away bishop tutu, kuffuor, condie.....who else are you waiting for? mambo imeisha!

even if annan got on his knees that man will not do anything!! sad truth!! sad truth!!

kazi ianze sasa!!

Anonymous said...

OH MY MARTHA KARUA MUST BE PAYING YOU LOTS OF MONEY TO POST LIES ON HERE!!IS IT WORTH IT?? LISTEN SHIT HEAD- RAILA IS NOT KIBAKI I REPEAT HE IS NOT KIBAKI WHO TRAVELED
TO UGANDA IN JANUARY TO MEET WITH MUSEVENI AND SIGNED A CONTRACT FOR THE DEATH OF KENYANS WITH MUSEVENI'S SECRET POLICE?? THIS ARE FACTS FROM UGANDAN OPPOSITION PARTY AND THEY COME ACROSS THE BORDER ON A KILLING SPREE AND KILLED PEOPLE IN NYANZA, WESTERN AND ELDORET -EVEN DARED TO GO TO THE ELDORET HOSPITAL TO KILL THE SICK!!

GUESS WHAT - NO ONE KNOWS WHERE RAILA WENT AND WHO HE MET!!ASK ANYONE IN NIGERIA WHO SAW RAILA?? PNU IS VERY FRUSTRATED POSTING DISCREDITING STORIES IN THE NATION NEWSPAPER ABOUT NIGERIA MEETINGS:):) we are laughing and I will hint!!Raila met presidents and some super power!!do your calculations who was in Africa at that same period fool!!

RAILA HAS ENOUGH SUPPORT- WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD FOR THURSDAY - YOU WATCH THIS SPACE!!!

by the way MUSEVENI IS FURIOUS WITH KIBAKI- FOR SENDING KILONZO TO RWANDA TO SEE KAGAME AND UNDERMINING HIM!!KAGAME AND MUSEVENI ARE SWORN ENEMIES!! NO SUPPORT IS COMING FROM UGANDA FOR KIBAKI OR EVEN RWANDA(info-from a close source of museveni)

So maybe Somalia and Ethiopia will help him!! :):) Kibaki is playing a chess game that he will never win!! no king for him!!watch and see!!




Anonymous Anonymous said...

HOW KOFFI RETURNED RAILA FROM NIGERIA.

Anonymous said...

When Annan was invited by the AU to help mediate the Kenyan crisis, PNU through Michuki a.k.a Rattlesnake, said he was not welcome while ODM rushed to embrace his mission knowing well that he would fail. ODM’s position was informed by five years of having witnessed Kibaki’s treachery.

Now that the whole World has seen what Kibaki is made of even after being told by Condi Rice that “power sharing has to be real and not an illusion”
it’s time to kick Kibaki’s butt.

Annan should leave ASAP!

Lionel Messi

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Anonymous said...

Kenyans, come out in large numbers and fight for your rights. Fight, fight, fight. Kibaki and his mt. Kenya mafia must not get away with us.

mrembowaodm said...

i said it along time ago!!

what is annan still doing in kenya?

there are wendawazimu there!! you cannot reason with them....

annan arudi nyumbani akaone bibi na watoto....wendawazimu will be dealt with in the appropriate manner!!

Anonymous said...

KAMAU?? ARE YOU TRYING TO HIDE THE FACT THAT KIBAKI IN A MUNGIKI LIFE MEMBER?? AND THAT HE HELP REBUILD THEIR SHRINE IN MURANGA!! AND HE HAS BEEN TO THEIR MEETINGS- AND THAT HE DONATED MONEY IN NOVEMBER FOR THEM TO SLAUGHTER KIHII'S AS BOTH UHURU AND MUCHIKI AND HIM SAID AT THE MEETING WHICH WAS TAPED BY ONE OF THE MUNGIKI MEMBERS IN SECRET AS A BARGAINING TOOL JUST IN CASE THEY TURNED BACK ON THEM LIKE LAST YEAR WHEN THEY KILLED MORE THEN 50 OF THEIR MEMBERS??

WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO INTO THEIR FREE MASON CLUB TOO? AND THIS ARE FACTS FROM KIBAKI EXTENDED FAMILY EVEN MICHUKI IS A FREE MASON !!KARUA TOO!! NOW SHALL I GO ON KAMAU?? YOU WANT MORE!!! WATCH WHEN YOU SPEW LIES- SOME OF US HAVE FACTS BECAUSE WE ARE KIKUYU'S TOO AND COME FROM WHAT YOU CALL THE ELITE FAMILIES BUT WE DON'T LIKE WHAT IS HAPPENING TO OUR COUNTRY AD WE ARE NOT BLIND NOT TO SEE WHO ARE THE SOURCE OF THIS PROBLEMS (RIGGED ELECTIONS) WE KNOW THIS AS FACTS FROM OUR INSIDE CIRCLES!! SO SHUT UP!!


David Kamau said...

Raila is a devil worshiper, just because I said njunju instead of junju does not make it null and avoid that he is a devil worshiping man. This is why kenya has been plunged in the current political tarmoil.

Anonymous said...

This is great the elite are seeing sense, maybe more people will see through kibaki and the karua's of with world- when you ask for more than you can chew!!in the end you end up with nothing!!i hear the foot soldiers are ready to support kenyans - the NYS police(who are actually mungiki's) source from the army say they will finish them- I pity those young mus-guided souls of mungiki foot soldiers- i tell you they will be cleared in one day i hear!!

DID KENYANS KNOW THIS WERE MUNGIKI'S BEING PASSED ON AS NYS POLICE RECRUITS?? can some one tell me this madness?? and in fact i remember seeing them on T.V and the newspaper being shown training?? all along this are mungiki gang being made legitimate by KIBAKI to attack innocent Kenyans- I guess since they were discovered wearing police uniforms they had to incorporate them and get them ready quickly without suspicions!!

this is madness!! good help Kenya from this evil leaders!!

Anonymous said...

Oh boy !!it seems army will get involved- of course most of the foot soldiers are kalenjin,luhya,luo,kisii,teso, so show down in the army will happen- the officers are less(kikuyu) and I hear the police are divided since the assassination of MP were?? even with the transfers some have not reported on duty? guess which ones??
I think the fight will end up being drawn on the lines of those who haves and have knots!!!and even those who have can't leave the country (VISA BURNS)god bless us!!!

up scale estates are going to be hit heard - with all the abuses that non-kikuyu's have been reading about them being lazy was another insult!! anyway may there be a resolution between the two leaders- or Kenya will be worse than Somalia

people have been shouting that we should not be compared to Somalia or Rwanda - but it is nearly reaching to that exact stage!!The mood on the ground ain't good- I'm not sure whether Kibaki realizes this fact!!I doubt!

Anonymous said...

Mungiki pass as NYS & police in training??? this is a shocker?? is this why kibaki was delaying to have his murdering mungiki foot soldiers in Place!!
where is Maina Kiai!!!! this is serious!!

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mzalendo said...

David Kamau,
keep on speaking from your fecal end and watch what happens. Nothing more than this will guarantee you permanence in that hell hole of a mind you in which you dwell.

Sam Tirop said...

These mediation or peace talks were meant to fail from the beginning. Our hope should lie in the strengthening of institutions such as the legisture, judiciary, and executive. Otherwise, we may find ourselves in this situation after future elections. We have to be a nation clearly governed by laws and not by emotions as is now the case.

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