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Friday, February 15, 2008

No More Games: Mediation Enters New Phase

Kofi Annan’s press conference today may have not turned into a screaming headline but the import of his speech remained in his unspoken insinuations. The mediation talks have entered a new phase where none of the two principals have ABSOLUTELY any control of the direction or outcome it will take.

Annan’s diplospeak betrayed the underlying toughness ahead. If in doubt then just wait and see the turn of events when Condoleeza Rice jets in Nairobi early next week. The blue-eyed brains behind the throne, the village warlords and warmongers are all in for a rude shock. Their platitudes on sovereignty will be rendered totally irrelevant.

We live in a different era and woe unto those deriving plastic pleasures from cheap nationalism and patriotism clothed in sovereignty. The global community will not sit square as another country melts in their watch. In a matter of days, Kibaki’s gatekeepers and power pushers will bear the full force of unadulterated pressure both from within and without.

Rants about recolonization wont wash. The West is determined and they are coming in full force and no option spared. Forget about the empty noises about them serving multinational interests. Well, that only makes sense in times of peace and not now when things have to be sorted out first and fast. Better learn from Chad on what counts when the stakes are high.

It is crunch time people. No more games nor creating impressions of motions bereft of real movement. Songs laced with colonial hangover lyrics must be exclusively reserved for the birds. The defining week for Kenya begins next Monday. Countdown tick tock...

122 comments:

Rebel said...

If you see it clearly, everyday we are advancing nearer to the Lucifer’s compound. If you see it clearly, the world is turning against retarded Kibaki and his illegal government day in day out. Mediations are now turning to be an Armageddon against the illegal government. Watch this; Raila at this point has not so much to loose anymore. He is pretty much gaining and advancing nearer to what we all see as his right; the justice, the presidency. In the meantime, all you who dwell in the hands of the ungodly, I declare this to you: that we are coming and nothing will stop us. If your grandpa won’t listen and give in, find another Kenya to live in. No peace without justice.

Anonymous said...

Kumekucha,

You are right.See this from an earlier post.

Those who know Kibaki will tell very clearly that he cares less for anybody.He will never die for anybody,until you step on his vindole.Ask Munene Kairu, Matu Wamae,FT Nyamu,Matiba and whole lot of them.Very unacceptable to them, that their "friend" has been in power.
Those who dont follow their mandates like confused Kivuitu, Police comm Ali etc are digging their graves
we will not be surprised when all of them face their music and the insensitive Kibaki survives.
Dont you see how he quotes the existing bad but legal katiba-ati "powers bestowed on me, chpt,sect...."when issuing orders?
The dude thinks of himself.
No wonder PS Murage came back to the House on the hill when many thought he was out.when all goes any way, he will be personally responsible for what he does.
The other thing that is very noticable is how the government is trying to prove to the world that they will "punish" perpetrators of violence.This is a defence line that the ODM has gone to the Hague.trying to show that they are capable and no need for Hague.Thats Kibaki in his true colours.The law is an Ass.
And michuki can get back to Nairobi Hospital.Tell Karua that she is being very stupid.when chicken comes back to roast, only Wamugunda will be around, I guess!

Uhuru knows all this..Without a friendly "Grand coalition, who can lose more than this first House.Not only in Rift valley but also in Central,coast...".They hold land that belongs to Kiambu people, and further on, the Kikuyus.


Whateverthe outcome of and without Annan, Kenya has changed.For good.

It is a class war, but politicians want it to be seen as a tribal thing.
Kenyans are very enlightend these days.Just look at how they turned out for voting.It was revolutionary

Those killing others are simply desperate nd being paid. Mungiki knows it.They dont like Uhuru or Kabogo but their money.What when Kibaki never got them jobs that he promised in 2002?-0.5m an year for 5 years, Kenya would be importing workers.


Let us watch the game

12:00 PM

Dude said...

Right again, Taabu. Next week will be the defining week. Annan had nothing substantial. He's buying time. It's a deadlock, which is why they have called in Rice.

Anonymous said...

I will say this again to our delusional optimisits; The Anan talks are a waste of time. The only thing they will succeed in doing is confirming and grudgingly accepting kibaki as kenya's duly elected president.
Condi rice may come to Kenya all she wants, but she together with her boss know very well that contested election results are all over. The very election that first made bush president was contested in America's supreme court. They know how election disputes are handled. They can pretend they dont, but they do and everybody knows that.
The guys who keep harping on the constitution that kibaki quotes not being worth of reference are being dishonest. Opposition leaders have been in parliament for centuries and they never ammended or overhauled the constitution. Warmongers Raila and Ruto were two consecutive chairmen of the Parliamentary select committee (PSC) on the overhaul of the constitution. All they succeeded in doing was to frustrate the Dr. Oki Ombaka-Mutava Musyimi Ufungano initiative which was genuinely interested in giving Kenyans a truly marvellous constitution. They should not cry foul today. when i listened to lawyer James Orengo giving submission on the disputed Lang'ata election results, he was quoting sections of the kenyan constitution. If it is not worthy of quotes and if it should not guide us, would it not have been better to quote sections of ODM's utopian Kangaroo constitution?????

vipi said...

very true comments, Yani these PNU guys have not read the call signs. I tell you know Rice will want a solution and no hiding under Karua's skirt any more.

mambo Bado Kenya has truely changed, their is no space for the talks to fail.

Anonymous said...

hakuna. Nothing will happen. Wishful thinking ODMers. Think and think and think and think. You are where you are supposed to be in the opposition. You want to tell me that an outsider (a loser) can tell the president to appoint a minister and not be able to sack him. Wacheni uongo. Six posts: Raila, Mudavadi, Ruto, Sally, Balala and a Masai. Tosha.

Steve said...

Anon 12:32, the constitution and the stealing of the elections are two separate issues. Please don't confuse them. And if you are going to resort to labeling, then how about 'thieves' and 'scoundrels.'

Anonymous said...

Anon@12:32 Maybe you think Condi Rice is coming for "tea" with the "duly elected" or perhaps on a Safari....read boy, read. Learn how to brainstorm and therein will lie an answer.

Anonymous said...

ODMers the President of the republic of Kenya is Emilio Stanely Mwai wa Kibaki and not Raila Ujinga.

oh wait a minute, are you guyz thinking that Condi (as Bush refers to Rice) will land into Kenya and name Raila as President? poleni sana jamaa. mtangoja!

As Adam Timber put it, the United Kingdom does not recognize the Government of Kenya as currently constituted. the UK recognizes States. So using that analogy, The Head of State is Emilio Stanely Mwai wa Kibaki. repeat after me ODMers...Emilio Stanely Mwai wa Kibaki.

Kumbafu nyinyi wote ni binadamu ya mavi ya kuku!

Anonymous said...

As one Derek would say "Kibaki the skunk" has been backed into a corner.

The writing is on the wall.

AFRICA IS CLEANSING HERSELF OF ITS DICTATORS ONE BY ONE.

Anonymous said...

SEAT .Think.KENYA

Tgo ahead and post.All comes back around. Be honest to SELF

ODMER or PANUER

JUSt think.about Kenya before posting

It is not about Raila.It is not about Kibaki
It is about Kenya nad Kenyans- by the way, based on age, Kibaki is past tense. Maybe Raila is , some say healthwise.

But what about our children

I see many being silly just because of Kibaki or Raila. The fact is, that they dont think about YOU or your children.THINK and stop being silly!

Anonymous said...

anon@1:15pm, I second that, well said.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 1.15 and 1.17: I agree with both of you.

However, note that Kibaki has become the focus of much attack because he represents those who are holding Kenya back and preventing her from reaching her true economic and political potential.

Anonymous said...

KIBAKI APENDE ASIPENDE - TEMBE ATAMEZA.

Anonymous said...

ODM'ers, i told mtameza wembe.lol...na kweli mnameza kumeza. You reme,ber, NO PEACE, NO JUSTICE. NO RAILA, NO PEACE....LMAO....my friends, kupayuka kwenyu and you stupid blog is my joy lol.
the clock is still ticking tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock

Stay on tune, tutawafundisha not to be primitive....this is not kisumu by all means!

KAZI IENDELE!!!!!!111!

Anonymous said...

I must grudgingly agree with you Taabu. Our nakedness as a Kenyan people has been exposed and consequently, we have been reduced to international court jesters. Hearing the pronouncements of one Martha Karua manifests the ideology that Kenyans are indeed being led by donkeys. Can you imagine Kimunya stating that Raila lost by two million votes.

It is indeed sad that we have to resort to stealing votes, cutting heads and now offering our fat asses for an international whipping. You must however give credit to the millions of Kenyans who turned out into the streets to vent their anger at a stolen election. These are the people who made the world take notice.

That said, Rice will not deliver much either.

Andy Capp

Anonymous said...

Above all ladies and gentlemen, I pity Condi Rice because she may never know Lucifer aka lucy so well. She will need to act right while meeting retarded retarded gefaki. I see a situation where gefaki turns to Lucifer and tells her, “mamii, si uachilie uyu kubavu kofi moja?”

Anonymous said...

PNUers like @ 1.36; there will be change and Kenya's executive will never function in the same way it has for decades.

Negotiations are meant to be difficult.

There has and there will continue to be compromise on BOTH sides.

Kibaki will not get away with this one. Change is coming...

Anonymous said...

Naysayers and the weak at heart; give the negotiations time.

They will yield positive results.

They are negotiations not tea parties. THEY ARE MEANT TO BE DIFFICULT.

Anonymous said...

Enyewe, these ODM'ers really have perfected the art of kupayuka. Some of them have really gone ahead as predict condi rice agenda in kenya, whether she will succeed or whether she is coming to help them with their so called justice.

Some of them have even thought that OBAMA will assist them in the quest for their so called justice if he wins the election. The other day they payukad that even OBAMA is related to RAILA.

This kupayuka is what that is making them even fall deeper in the pits. They will go to the dogs as they deserve to be.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHY DID KIBAKI must and I repeat MUST GO-LET ME REMIND pnu GOONS ON HERE!!

- thought they claim kenyans should use the Court of law??did they use the court of law when they killed more than 500 Kenyans without trails execution style??


Does the End Justify the Means?



42. KNCHR

acknowledges that incidents of crime especially violent crime associated
with the Mungiki have waned in the same period that these killings have occurred.
But reported executions of about 500 people that we know about cannot be an
acceptable way to fight crime. The Police cannot be the investigator, judge and
executioner in the country especially as we have a judiciary set up for this very
purpose. At this point, we have no way of knowing just how many of the dead
were actually criminals and how many were innocent people targeted either
deliberately or accidentally.





Statistical Summary
Source of Figures Number of Bodies
City Mortuary Police Register on shootings
(7th June -22nd October 2007)
454
Number of bodies counted and verified by
KNCHR (7th June -19th October 2007
229
Machakos Mortuary (Yatta) 8
Naivasha District Mortuary 11
Collected from Ngong/ Kiserian (Police
figures)
13
Collected from Ngong/ Kiserian
(provincial administration figures)
21
Bodies booked from Ngong /Kiserian (city
mortuary)
16
Petitions received at KNCHR of persons
who have disappeared since June 2007

Anonymous said...

annon@ 1.47, easy bana! don't spill your guts out yet. Take your statistics to riftvalley heading west to kisumu. Hand them over the the karamojong G unit and they will laugh at you.

Anonymous said...

Kazi itaendelea either you like it or not. Economic boycott kitu gani!!, take it to kisumu where it is more effective.

Anonymous said...

AGAIN PNU GOONS- KENYANS WANT THEIR MONEY BACK- THE SWISS WILL GIVE US BACK- THEY HAVE GIVEN NOTICE!!!!

KIBAKI WILL HAVE NO POWERS TO STEAL WITH HIS CRONIES!!



the Kenya Prisons Security Telecommunications Project Phase II (January 2002) worth Euro 29.7 million (Ksh 2.6 billion plus); and the National Early Warning and Security System for the Meteorological Department (June 2002) worth USD 35 million (Ksh 2.6 billion plus).





Fax instruction RC Kamani to Investec April 13th 2004 transfer 2.848 miliion Euros to numbered Swiss Bank Account at HSBC Geneva (beneficiary Midland Finance & Securities Limited)

Globotel Admin Police Telcom Network contract
 LBA Systems Ltd - 102005 Telegraphic transfer instructions of USD 218,496 to Swiss bank for Yugoslavian arms, and UK£ 45,614 to UK arms dealer

 Assistant Manager File note on fax instruction from Mr. R. C. Kamani of Nairobi “informing us that we were about to accept US$3,158,750 and requesting we transfer US$3,136,250 to Apex Finance Corporation in Zurich



 Fax instructions Rashmi Kamani to Ian Burns of Investec 9th February 2004 Transfer US$2,960,180 to Shroders Bank Zurich Switzerland

 Fax instruction from Rashmi Kamani to Ian Burns of Investec instructing him to transfer US$3,118,281 from LBA’s No. 2 account with HSBC to Schroders & Co Bank in Zurich, Switzerland. Apparently he was a signatory to LBA’s No. 2 account


KENYANS WHY SHOULD WE ALLOW KIBAKI AND HIS CRONIES TO CONTINUE STEALING FROM POOR KENYANS LIKE US-
WHY?? why?? are we all that foolish to let it continue happening- I say NO!!NO!!NO!!NO!!

Anonymous said...

anon@1:40, I second you. Remember in the 80s when people had to whisper if you had to criticize the government. Moi was hell bent on a single party state. Then came the 90s, the Saba Saba and eventually he had to cave in to the pressure. If for one minute these PANUAs think that Kibaki will rule for 5 years, it will be a GRUELLING five years.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

annon@ 1.47, easy bana! don't spill your guts out yet. Take your statistics to riftvalley heading west to kisumu. Hand them over the the karamojong G unit and they will laugh at you.

1:49 PM

KIKUYU FOOL THE PEOPLE KILLED WERE FROM MURANGA -NYERI-KIAMBU-TIGONI =
AAAH!!so kibaki doesn't even care killing his own tribe???

and you support him to kill his own tribe- I call it blind love made in HELL!!!!!

Anonymous said...

annon@1.53, aren't we driving this economy smoothly this very moment in the midst of a bunch of all this nonsense that you and ur chaps are proposing. Look around you, reforms, policies- reforms , policies they will continue for 5more years you can mark my words.

Raila or Ruto(who claims that RV will go where he goes) will dream about it for many years to come. Kenyans are not facing any stress my guy, and if you want to payuka, take it to the streets where it will more rewarding.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kazi itaendelea either you like it or not. Economic boycott kitu gani!!, take it to kisumu where it is more effective.
-----------------------------

Oh boy don't you wish!! that is why the government is bailing out the kikuyu broker- what the name again Nyaga something?? Kenyans taught PNU a small lession - you haven't seen all yet!

Coffee farmers and tea farmers are crying- some won't be able to service their loans- i even know some who haven't send money to their children abroad!! NO SELLS NO MONEY-

MAMBO BADO - ECONOMIC STRIKE IS WORKING FOOL!! ASK THE FARMERS IN nYERI-kIAMBU AND MURANGA- DON'T EVEN GO THAT FAR TRY THIKA!!

Anonymous said...

ODM'ers, kwani i have touched a soft spot. I thought you chaps gave Kiabki 7 days to resign. Kibaki is doing a very good job my friend. If you don't like it, i suggest umeze wembe my friend. Now kenyans are looking at access to higher education and prospects of investments flowing back into the country. which means more job for a lot of people.

Kazi iendele!!!!

Anonymous said...

annon 2.01.....go on and convince urself plus ur fellow ODM chaps. You can continue to hold kisumu for a ransom but machungwa ya eastern will still sell, coffee and will still move, and everything else ofcourse. Pole my guy.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

""" annon@1.53, aren't we driving this economy smoothly this very moment in the midst of a bunch of all this nonsense that you and ur chaps are proposing. Look around you, reforms, policies- reforms , policies they will continue for 5more years you can mark my words.

Raila or Ruto(who claims that RV will go where he goes) will dream about it for many years to come. Kenyans are not facing any stress my guy, and if you want to payuka, take it to the streets where it will more rewarding.''''''''


THIS PNU PERSON MUST BE IN DREAM LAND?? WHICH ECONOMY WHEN GOODS ARE NOT MOVING IN THE MARKET?? where are your kikuyu traders selling their goods?? and how long do you think they can hold on their coffee or tea?? without exporting it?? and where I pray will it pass through?? you mean Masia Land??
What Banks?? who are you going to sale your insurances to?? start even from car insurances?? with your Kikuyu thieving insurance companies--
Kenyan's will shut you down lets see where you will be paukaring your mouth begging for relief from Red-cross- you can't even fit the kikuyu's in the camps in Central?? are you going to turn the MUNgiki gangs on them to reduce the numbers?? like killing the more than 500 last year??

Anonymous said...

annon 2.01...since when did kisumu become a target market for tea and coffee? Since when did RV become a target market for tea and coffee? Those are secondary markets my friend? Broaden your mind my friend, wacha kuwa too shallow

Anonymous said...

PANUA delusion is an asset to ODM. These guys think that they have it locked up and they've thrown away the key. If PANUA wasn't feeling the heat Karua wouldn't be looking as tore up as she did yesterday. What good is it for Kibaki to rule if you have to finyana in central and south of Eastern Province. With you guys propensity to steal it will be a matter of time before you start hacking each other for food and other scarce resources.

Anonymous said...

annon@ 2.09....hey i won't even bother aswering that question for you bana. Do your homework? The problem with you ODM'ers is that you either too good at kupayuka or you have been limited by you mental capacity to see things only within the realms of your domain. come on, we are kenyans, you can do better then that, look at what is happening now and don't deny yourself.

Kazi iendele!!!!

Anonymous said...

THE PROBLEM WITH YOU PNU'S YOU HAVE BEEN THIEVES AND MURDERER'S FOR TOO LONG THAT YOU CAN'T EVEN TELL THE DIFFERENCE-

Mungiki killing innocent Kenyans
and the police order given by kibaki SHOT TO KILL is one and the same thing; add
Anglo leasing and land issues-
Stolen money from Kenyans money in swiss and offshore accounts-then on top of that sharing with Moi the Billions that he stole from Kenyans
waaow!! where can I stop- and you say kazi eandelee!! weshi!! lets us PNU - Steal- Murder and that is the order of the day!!

NOPE- IT WON'T HAPPEN ON KENYANS WATCH- !!!WATCH AND LEARN FROM US WHAT DEMOCRACY IS ALL ABOUT FOOLS!!
MAVI YA KUKU MBICHI!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

annon 2.01.....go on and convince urself plus ur fellow ODM chaps. You can continue to hold kisumu for a ransom but machungwa ya eastern will still sell, coffee and will still move, and everything else ofcourse. Pole my guy.

2:07 PM

HEY START MOVING FROM NAIROBI- MASAI'S WANT TO GRAZE THEIR CATTLE STARTING FROM STATE HOUSE-PNU;s will bite the dust!!

EASTERN?? UNLESS YOU TAKE TO KILONZO MUSYOKA A WHITE SHE GOAT AFTER MAMA LUCY SLAPPED HIM- YOU HAVE NO PASSAGE THROUGH THAT ROUTE I HEAR-you messed now he wants presidency (KIBAKI OUT)

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:45, it is bigots such as yourself who have brought this country to its knees. This time though, the world understands. Kazi iendele isn't going to fly anymore.

Anonymous said...

annon@ 2.25, who are these KENYANS you are reffering to? Are they the ones that agree with your ideology? I guess so.
MAVI YA KUKU MBIICH!!! LMAO....kwani, umeshidwa na dialogue, what do I say? This is proof that your mental capacity is limiting to participate in constructive basic dialogue. You see what I mean, when everything does not go well, what do ODM'ers do? they payuka, they thro stones and call for stupid economic boycots while bargain hunting in the streets of nairobi.

My friend, i could call Mavi ya Samaki but I will not and you are not Mavi of any kind at all. You are a kenyan and i should expect a lot of sense coming from a kenya like you.

Anonymous said...

kazi iendele, ofcourse!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

ODM'ers, kwani i have touched a soft spot. I thought you chaps gave Kiabki 7 days to resign. Kibaki is doing a very good job my friend. If you don't like it, i suggest umeze wembe my friend. Now kenyans are looking at access to higher education and prospects of investments flowing back into the country. which means more job for a lot of people.

Kazi iendele!!!!

PNU- YOU TOUCHED A GOOD SPOT! REMINDED US THAT WE HAVE TO REMOVE THE THIEVING THUG! MUSEVENI IS BUSY MAKING HIS BED FOR HIM-
ON HIS MARKS!! GET SET!! GOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!kibaki kimbia- mwizi-kimbia - kibaki kimbia toroka Uganda- wakenya hawakutaki!!toka toka Kenya wewe!! Mwizi shetani!

Anonymous said...

annon@2.34 join the club at annon@2.25. Kenyans I present primitive behaviour in action.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

annon 2.01...since when did kisumu become a target market for tea and coffee? Since when did RV become a target market for tea and coffee? Those are secondary markets my friend? Broaden your mind my friend, wacha kuwa too shallow

2:09 PM

Oh may think minds are tough to talk to?? now I can confirm PNU are so think no wonder Kenyans want you out!!please read to your hearts desire-nest time keep up with local news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mr Etienne Delbar, the general manager at Socfinaf Limited, and other players in the coffee industry are a worried lot as they handle export orders.

They are not sure about supplies of the commodity to the weekly Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) as the effects of the ongoing political crisis begin to infiltrate the industry.


For several days now labour services in most key coffee growing areas, especially around Central province, have been interrupted because of suspicion and animosity among various communities who interestingly have for decades worked hand-in-hand to ensure the success of the industry. Plantation farms remain the hardest threatened by the latest twist of events.

"There has been a problem following alarmist leaflets around Ruiru, Kiambu and Thika...but we hope things get better soon. There have been interruptions in terms of labour provision with workers citing security concerns," Mr Delbar told Business Daily.

There is also another reason for players in the industry to have sleepless nights. The uncertainty has also affected the movement of coffee to the auction, especially from western parts of the country because transporters arenot sure about the safety of their vehicles. This week alone large fleets of trucks laden with coffee have had to be held back on security concerns

Sources in the industry however, said there is already panic among several traders who are now cautious about moving their consignments even within central Kenya. They claimed several exporters had slowed the shipment of the commodity from processing factories to warehouses in Nairobi.

Anonymous said...

PNU fool thought that coffee and tea was being transported for sale in Kisumu and Western-Rift Valley- the Kikuyu fool has no idea that this regions grow coffee and tee too!!

Anonymous said...

This is funny! Who are these kenyans that ODM'ers are reffering to? hmmm.....Continue to convince yourselves and that the real Kenyans who really are kenyans at heart have wisened up. Kenyans will not be allowed to be misled by people who claim 'justice' was taken away from them. Kenyans will not close their eyes and watch their country dragged to the dods like they did in kisumu. Kenyans will not let their brothers in kisumu suffer because some babies are still crying over spilt milk.

Kenyans my friends have decided to move on regardless of what ODM'ers have in their timid minds. The kids are getting an education in school and do not want to trapped into the illiterate world of deception that Raila/Ruto have managed to cocoon this poor ODM'ers.

My friends, i cannot help you or recommend where to get help from. BUT, stay on tune, tutawafundiisha not to be primitive, this is not kisumu by all means.

abd by the way, Business is returning back to kisumu as normal and the Lake authority has resumed business as normal.

Kazi iendele!!!

Anonymous said...

ODMers, and all other Economic Saboteurs, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) met its target for January by 100.11%. To add salt to injury Equity bank that you so much detest is about to record mind boggling profits. The last time I heard that this was one of the targeted banks for boycott (yet Oburu Odinga had so much faith in the bank to borrow some 900M for the People's President) No wonder they want this bank to go under. poleni. As for City Hoppa, are Nairobian ODMers still walking home, because for what I've seen so far, this buses as so packed that its so difficult to get a seat during rush hours. How about Brookside? The other day the company donated thousand of litres of milk to IDPs in Naivasha and Nakuru. I was even shocked to learn that the senior director flagging off the supplies is a man of honor from the lakeside.

So much for this economic boycott. The next step I guess is for you to quit your jobs simply because an MKM is your boss!

By the way for the beasts who killed the innocent in the Kiambaa church in Eldoret and the family that died in Naivasha, ole wenu, Kwani siku ya Kiama inakaribia. The Lord says vengeance is His.

Anonymous said...

ODMers, and all other Economic Saboteurs, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) met its target for January by 100.11%. To add salt to injury Equity bank that you so much detest is about to record mind boggling profits. The last time I heard that this was one of the targeted banks for boycott (yet Oburu Odinga had so much faith in the bank to borrow some 900M for the People's President) No wonder they want this bank to go under. poleni. As for City Hoppa, are Nairobian ODMers still walking home, because for what I've seen so far, this buses as so packed that its so difficult to get a seat during rush hours. How about Brookside? The other day the company donated thousand of litres of milk to IDPs in Naivasha and Nakuru. I was even shocked to learn that the senior director flagging off the supplies is a man of honor from the lakeside.

So much for this economic boycott. The next step I guess is for you to quit your jobs simply because an MKM is your boss!

By the way for the beasts who killed the innocent in the Kiambaa church in Eldoret and the family that died in Naivasha, ole wenu, Kwani siku ya Kiama inakaribia. The Lord says vengeance is His.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

annon@ 2.25, who are these KENYANS you are reffering to? Are they the ones that agree with your ideology? I guess so.
MAVI YA KUKU MBIICH!!! LMAO....kwani, umeshidwa na dialogue, what do I say? This is proof that your mental capacity is limiting to participate in constructive basic dialogue.

PNU - YOU ARE THE ONES I'M CALLING MAVI YA KUKU AND NOW I WILL ADD MPUMPAVU!!NYINYI-
go preach to your kibaki to have manners and learn how to respect Kenyans!!!! maybe when he was using such abusive language on Kenyans !! he was referring to his PNU blind followers!! I was just repeating his abusive name to his PNU blind lovers of Kibaki's ugly thieving face,,,,,,,,,,,

Anonymous said...

annon@2.55, I won't even bother responding to that. I am in a higher level my friend, until you wisen-up, you can then have the priveledge of holding a constructive dialogue with me.

Anonymous said...

PNU MURDERER'S OF INNOCENT KENYA'S
You can shout here all you want- killers of innocent kenyans with your mungiki gangs!!they will come for you too!!




The state-funded Kenya National Commission on Human Rights says strong "circumstantial evidence" links the police to more than 450 execution-style murders of young men last year during a crackdown on the Mungiki.

"Mungiki is the unofficial arm of the government. They are the ones who are being brought here because the government wants it to appear as if it was a civilian thing. So the police provide the cover." The Mungiki recruiter interviewed by The Associated Press spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of police or gang reprisals. Several members said rich businessmen were offering about $15 a day to protect their property. Politicians offered cash to buy guns, the gang members said.


"They (the politicians) are coming to search for us so we can fight," said a male Mungiki member. Fake Mungiki gangs were being set up, he complained, to get the politicians' money. That echoed allegations from human rights and other groups that politicians were organizing the postelection violence, citing the long history of orchestrated political violence in Kenya."Police demand money to protect you, but Mungiki just want you to join."Gang membership comes with a price. As part of the initiation, the Mungiki demand that female members undergo ritual genital cutting.

Anonymous said...

annon@3.03, go narrate your story to the karamajong Grls and they will surely have a report to take back to the 'so-called' pentagon for analysis.

Anonymous said...

Uhuru's and other flower farms owned by Kikuyu's:):) How long will they be able to charter flights to deliver their flowers for export?? Kazii iendelee=you mean na mavi ya kuku- !!!!PNU you must be blind or foolish!! I forgive you!


NAIVASHA& Nakuru Kenya - In a country strangled by anger and fear, it is taking armed escorts and emergency airlifts to make sure that Kenya's most warmhearted export -- the rose -- arrives in time for Valentine's Day.

They've chartered planes to embattled western cities, enlisted police to protect flower-truck convoys and made pleading cell phone calls to frightened workers urging them to return.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

annon@3.03, go narrate your story to the karamajong Grls and they will surely have a report to take back to the 'so-called' pentagon for analysis

PNU PNU!! WHY WHY!! GOING BACK TO THE ROOTS!using mungiki mad gangs

WHY KARAMAJONG?? I thought it was the kikuyu women who are being circumcised by force by the mungiki's? singing 'BACK TO THE ROOTS FACING MT KENYA""
You go tell Martha Karua to go analyze that and should she need help from her boyfriend kibaki the better!! those circumcised women will need stitches!!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

annon@2.55, I won't even bother responding to that. I am in a higher level my friend, until you wisen-up, you can then have the priveledge of holding a constructive dialogue with me.

HOW CAN I WHEN YOU ARE SO THICK IT PAINS ME TRYING TO HAMMER SOME SENSE INTO YOUR THICK PNU SKULL!!

I give up!! My dear Kenyans I really tried to hammer some sense into this PNU blind follower of Kibaki, Martha Karua, Michuki, Saitoti, and and let's see ..all their thieving cronies- but I m sincerely defeated! I wish this PNU member Luck soon to be behind bars in KAMITI prison!!

Anonymous said...

A Reminder to PNU


Kibaki has always stolen votes

How could people have misread a man who has been in government since independence, regarded as the gentleman of Kenyan politics?

A brilliant student at the London School of Economics, Kibaki entered Kenya's first post-independence government in 1963. Six years later he stood in Nairobi's Bahati constituency against Jael Mbogo, the popular head of Kenya's biggest women's association. He won by a wafer-thin margin in remarkably similar circumstances to December's election; behind in the early tallying, the verdict was delayed for days and a crack squad of police officers swarmed around the vote-counting centre when the result was announced.


'I was so far ahead in early vote counting that even the BBC even reported that a young woman had felled a government minister,' Mbogo, now a civil society activist in Nairobi, told The Observer. 'Kibaki stalled the result, and then robbed me of victory. Because he looks so holy, people are still asking if he really was capable of stealing this election. What I say is "Of course, he has done it before".'

'I honestly believe he is the man driving the whole operation; the ineptly rigged election and the aftermath,' said David Ndii, a Nairobi-based analyst. 'Kibaki very much knows what is happening, and must be held responsible.'

Anonymous said...

KENYANS WILL NEVER ACCEPT THIS MURDERERS-I guess they should rule central only-and continue circumcising their women.


Ndura Waruinge and Maina Njenga are still Mungiki

Christian convert and PNU politician Ndura Waruinge and imprisoned mungiki chief Maina Njenga have not "properly deserted mungiki", we can now report. A leader of the gang in Central Nairobi, a Mathenge (Mnyama) was asked by a reporter why his dreaded gang had not beheaded the duo. His answer was curt, "They are alive because we know they have not moved, there are clear structures on how resignations of top leaders are handled, look they were once Muslims remember that conversion? Now they are Christians, maybe tomorrow they will be Hindu but the bottom line is that they are still part of us".

Anonymous said...

NATION NEWSPAPER BACK AT ITS GAME OF REPORTING DOUBLE AGED DANGEROUS STORIES TO KENYAN- CHECK HOW THEY REPORTED THE DIPLOMATIC WAR BETWEEN THE MARTHA KARUA THUG AND OTHER RESPECTIVE DIPLOMATICS !!

MY FELLOW KENYANS DO NOT BUY THE NATION!! ONE CAN SEE WHAT THEY ARE TRYING TO DO WITH THEIR REPORTING WHILE COVERING UP FACTS-

READ ON SEE WHO RUNS IT?? KIKUYU MAFIA ALIGNED TO KIBAKI AND HIS CRONIES!!!DO NOT BUY NATION NEWSPAPER !!



Gitahi has never hidden his deliberate and systematic intentions to ensure only news content that was music to President Kibaki’s inner circles was churned out by NMG products since he arrived in Nation Centre slightly over a year ago.

He often turned up in the meetings to ensure President Kibaki got better coverage over his rivals Raila Odinga of ODM and Kalonzo Musyoka of ODM-K.

However, Gitahi’s camp carried the day in pushing its agenda for President Kibaki. NMG’s Editorial Department, and most other departments within the group, suffers from imbalance in key appointments. Key posts within the Editorial Department are headed by the Gema.

Look at this: Editorial Director - Wangethi Mwangi (Murang'a), Managing Editor (Daily Nation) - Bernard Nderitu ( Kiambu), Managing Editor, (Sunday Nation) - Mutuma Mathiu (Meru), Managing Editor (Business Daily) - Nick Wachira (Nyeri), Managing Editor (Daily Metro) - Julius Maina (Central province) and Managing Editor (Taifa) - Wainaina Kiganya (Kangemi). NMG's only publication not headed by GEMA is The EastAfrican. With a strong tribal army like this behind him, Gitahi’s wishes flooded NMG publications.


The consequences are clear – the Circulation Department has been reporting a marked drastic drop in sales of newspapers. Daily Nation’s rival, the Standard, has taken advantage in the tribal infighting within NMG and gained a big market share in Nairobi, Rift Valley, Coast, Nyanza and Western provinces. Readers predominantly ODM regions prefer buying the Standard rather than the Daily Nation.

The worst manipulation of news by the Gitahi-Wangethi axis has taken a dangerous precedent in the post-election period. Gitahi and Wangethi have taken it upon themselves to go through stories before they are published to ensure President Kibaki’s interests were taken care off. We have seen a deliberate and shameless campaign to misinform the public by doctoring the real truth on the ground or the number of ODM supporters and other innocent people shot dead by the police.


SHAME SHAME NATION NEWSPAPER- WHO EVER SAID A LEOPARD CAN CHANGE SPOTS MUST OVER NIGHT HAVE BEEN ......
DO NOT BUY NATION- THEY HAVE A KIBAKI & MARTHA KARUA AGENDA!!

Anonymous said...

PNUers can make noise.

The truth is that Kenya will never be the same again.

In the end, Executive will lose much of its powers.

Steve said...

If the person who keeps saying "tutawafundiisha not to be primitive" is representative of panua, then Kibaki is on his way out. He or she clearly illustrates who indeed is primitive.

As has been observed, Kenya will never be the same. These hate-mongerers do not have the interests of Kenya at heart - just their own parochial self-interests.

They have been stuck in denial so long they have forgotten how to think critically. Puking all over this blog is simply their way of coming to terms with the new realities.

A new day is dawning.

Anonymous said...

Anon@3:41 - Now we can see why Lucy is so troubled. She probably has an abusive husband. It is clear as day.

Anonymous said...

The negotiation process has been drawn out and difficult.

We have however, reached a point of no return.

Democracy has and continues to roll out in Kenya. Join the train along with other Kenyans before it leaves the station.

Anonymous said...

Kibaki is finished. It will be slow and painful but gradually he will be kicked off

Anonymous said...

See REported Stories From Nation Newspaper- Kibaki supporters on the Attack................it won't work

This professor should shut up!!
Who gave him a right to talk for Kenyans- there is no government in Kenya only Illegal crooks-known as Kibaki- KaruA AND THEIR CRONIES!
Foreign diplomatics who live in Kenya can not close their eyes to thuggery- and Kibaki's mercenaries called Mungiki- killings Kenyans!! they speak for Kenyans who don't have the power in high offices to fight crooks!! Down with Munene kibaki's hatch man!!



Prof Macharia Munene, the dean of History and International Relations at the United States International University in Nairobi




Diplomatic rows blow to economy, experts warn

Story by OLIVER MATHENGE
Publication Date: 2/16/2008

The heightening diplomatic row between Kenya and some foreign countries is likely to deal a severe blow to the country’s economic growth, experts are now warning.

However, they say the foreign governments are over stepping their mandate.

The crisis occasioned by the disputed presidential election has attracted widespread concern with some donors suspending funding.

Prof Macharia Munene, the dean of History and International Relations at the United States International University in Nairobi said the warning by the UK was nothing new in the diplomatic circles as London has always been critical of President Kibaki’s Government.

He, however, noted that envoys should not be used by their countries to dictate how the country should solve the current political crisis.

Britain has maintained that it does not recognise the re-election of President Kibaki with its high commissioner Adam Wood saying the Kenyan Government did not reflect the democratic will of the people.

In his reaction, Foreign Affairs minister Moses Wetangula said Mr Wood’s comments had shown “total disregard” for diplomatic etiquette and threatened to take unspecified action.

Karua’s reaction

The Justice and Constitutional Affairs minister, Ms Martha Karua, has also lashed at the foreign governments arguing that Kenya was not a colony of any other country.

“The fact that some of the foreign countries have said they do not recognise the Kenyan government may adversely affect bilateral relations between us and them,” Dr Ben Sihanya, a lecturer at the University of Nairobi Law school said.

Dr Sihanya added that the “no business as usual” tag placed on Kenya was likely persist until a viable government is put in place.

Anonymous said...

Chris
Well written , Raila is nobody's fool he knows well that PNU will never cede an inch and that is exactly what he wants , that way he will have the intl community backing him once the PNU still birth's the so calld anan talks.As soon as post talks violence begin trust me you will see some blue berets in kenya and the kenya army know better than to attack peace keepers , this way Raila will get what he wants a free and fair election monitored by un and the rest will be dark history.

Anonymous said...

Kenyans have themselves to blame.
How could you trust a Kikuyu to rule the country?
We know very well that kleptomania runs in this guy’s blood and stealing is subconscious. I am dam sure kibiki, karua and core genuinely believe they did not steal, but at conscious level they know they must have stolen to win. Lets not be naive to hire a wolf for a Shepard dog, and get angry at wolf when we notice the flock number is dwindling.

Anonymous said...

In a study of Dictator in Africa four things have been instrumental in their success. They have an ignorant support at home, some support internationally, make one superpower the scapegoat of their countries problems and a justifying factor for their actions. This was typical of Mugabe, Gadaffi, Mobutu, Moi etc. looking at Kibaki he has one of the most enlightened and independent minded citizenry, the whole world againist him except china who are pimps, the whole world to blame, and "legally" swone as his justifying factor. No African support least should they enter bad books and many are siezing Kenya opportunities eg TZ and SA advertising themselves as alternatives, Ethiopia creating better conditions for flower investors. Let us look at this situation as a country and as business it makes no sence holding on to this CEO regardless of tribe. We will go under.

Anonymous said...

TIME AND TIDE WAIT FOR NO MAN.

DEMOCRACY IS A-COMING.

Anonymous said...

I found this Blog posted on another Blog!!from an enlightened Kikuyu like myself and I know many of my family and friends feel the same! I thank this writer for saying what many of us want to say but dare not!!!


Kikuyus Must Tell Kibaki He's Naked - Today, 12:31 AM

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The 'Emperor' is naked and his people are quiet! The kikuyus must now rise up and tell Kibaki, Michuki and Karua that they are hurting an entire community. Kikuyus are now being made to pay for the deeds of these characters.

Other tribes that have been evicted from Central and Eastern have ancestral homes to go to. Look at the number of those displaced from other tribes compared to the almost 500,000 Kikuyus displaced! Other tribes have lost their jobs but Kikuyus displaced have lost their jobs, businesses, land and livelihood. They have nowhere to go, no land to return to and the very leaders who got them into this mess by rigging the elections can not solve their problems either. Has uhuru kenyatta offered any part of his large Yatta farm to accomodate the displaced people? No, he hasn't and he won't! Do you guys think they care? Rise up my brothers and sisters from the highlands! Do not allow yourselves to be isolated from the rest of Kenyans like in the 2005 referendum by a bunch of selfish, thieving and murderous clique of leaders.

I am not absolving O.D.M. Of some blame either but you must read the public mood among other tribes and ask yourselves if other tribes would ever allow you to co-exist peacefully among them and if they would ever want to set foot in Central or Eastern again!

Kenya is for Kenyans and we must all make it so. Everyone has a right to vote for whoever they choose (even Ngonya Wa Gakonya got votes in 1992) but we must all re-examine our voting patterns and reasons we vote. We must all expose our leaders to thorough vetting! Remember the revelations of John Githongo? They were spun into sentiments of a 'Traitor' when he exposed the very reason our society has such a big gap between the rich and poor, CORRUPTION!

We need a new Constitution (the Bomas draft needs to be fine-tuned and enacted). We need freshly constituted institutions especially the Electoral Commission of Kenya, Judiciary, Civil (public) Service, Financial Institutions and Police Force as well as the Provincial and District Commissions. We need to remove the excessive executive powers from the Presidency to make it less attractive and spread the powers throught the other institutions. It will encourage accountability and equal distribution of resourses. God bless Kenya.

Anonymous said...

look at kibaki's friends China being isolated even for the 2008 Olympics games- because of their relationship with Sudan and letting Sudan Government to continue with the Genocide in DURFOR!!! is Kibaki a man Kenyans want to Identify with NO!!NO!!NO!!


By the numbers, Beijing's preparations for the Summer Olympics are formidable. With less than six months to go before the August 8 opening ceremonies, 30 of the 31 competition sites and 44 of the 45 training venues have been completed. Organizers hold regular press conferences trumpeting progress on everything from sewage treatment to cloud seeding. But no amount of preparation has readied Beijing for the protest and criticism the Games are attracting.
That was made clear this week when director Steven Spielberg announced he was quitting his role as a creative consultant for the Games' opening and closing ceremonies. The Hollywood filmmaker cited Beijing's failure to press its ally and trading partner Sudan to end the fighting in Darfur, where as many as 400,000 people have died and 2.5 million displaced in fighting between rebel groups, the government and government-backed militias. Spielberg, the director of such films as Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan, had written letters to Chinese President Hu Jintao urging him to take more action to encourage Sudan to resolve the conflict. Despite what he called "some progress," the movie mogul said the continuing bloodshed meant he couldn't continue his work for the Games. "Sudan's government bears the bulk of the responsibility for these on-going crimes," he wrote, "but the international community, and particularly China, should be doing more to end the continuing human suffering there."
Spielberg's departure is bad news for China. "They are trying to have a perfect Games and present a picture of unmitigated success to the world," says Nicholas Bequelin of New York-based Human Rights Watch. "And here is something that is not a success

Anonymous said...

Kibaki should rfetire now and go enjoy his retirement with his friend Moi, and give Lucy a chance to be slapping his workers in Othaya.

The man has been in politics since 1960 and he still does not want to let it go? What`s wrong with these OLD KANU Crooks? He joinred politics when he was 31 years old and he never want to give other Kenyans a chance.Kikuyu should tell him openly that enough is enough and what he is doing now is destroying himself. Someone should be honest with him.

God bless kenya

Jeff Koinange Answers Marianne Brinner and said...

I want all Kenyans to know that I did not have sex with Marianne Brinner. I am not a serial rapper, and I dont use cocaine. I have a successfully bsuiness in Journalist. I am not a serial rappist that I am purported to be without further support!.

--Jeff Koinange's Brief statement

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:49, it is enlightened people form both sides that will see this country to safety.

Kibaki should cede executive power not because it's expedient but because it is the right thing to do.

Anon 10:49, PNU probably think they know what's good for the country. If that's the case, why has there been uneven development. Whatever the merits of their argument for holding on, the class war has begun.


11:02 - do you know the difference between rapper and rapist?

Anonymous said...

JEFF GO TO YOUR WIFE?? WHY DO YOU CONTINUE EMBARRASING YOURSELF ON HERE?? THERE IS NO NEED FOR YOU TO KEEP POSTING YOUR REMARKS ON HERE? YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE AS A PERSON- YOU RESPECT YOURSELF AND YOUR WIFE!!KEEP IT THAT WAY-WHY DO YOU CARE ABOUT PEOPLE THINK OF YOU OWN HERE? THEY DON'T FEED YOU OR YOUR FAMILY!! SO GO CONCENTRATE ON FAMILY ~ AND

ON THE OTHER HAND IF YOU ARE PRETENDING TO BE JEFF!!!! then you are a poor excuse of a human being born on this earth- you are a miserable skunk - get a life!!
Kumekucha topics are too serious about what is happening to Kenyans for you to use this post for your nonsense! go get some PROZAC from your doctor-you need help!!



Anonymous Jeff Koinange Answers Marianne Brinner and said...

I want all Kenyans to know that I did not have sex with Marianne Brinner. I am not a serial rapper, and I dont use cocaine. I have a successfully bsuiness in Journalist. I am not a serial rappist that I am purported to be without further support!.

--Jeff Koinange's Brief statement

Anonymous said...

hey thanks- i was wondering which rap songs he sang for this Marianne??)))
this PNU people can be very confusing when they sniff mbake!!



Anonymous said...

11:02 - do you know the difference between rapper and rapist?

Anonymous said...

to the fake jeff koinange of 11:02 -

The real Jeff would at least spell Marianne's last name right: it is Briner and not Brinner. So do your homework better next time.

I just read her blog at http:// mariannebriner-distantlover.blogspot.com - and know that she is not a liar.

Just wait to read what Jeff wrote to her confessing his 'sins' since the blog will continue telling the whole sad story up to the bitter end (Jeff's dismissal by CNN).

Regarding Jeff being a cocain-addict: this was and is known since a long time, only that we Kenyans like to close our eyes and ears when it comes to the faults and weaknesses of our 'esteemed sons' - why else do you think Kenya has reached the point of near devastation?

Anonymous said...

To Phil, Taabu, Kalamari and all the other serious contributors to this blog ........

Please do me a favour:

A friend of mine wants to write a serious political analysis about Kenya - its real owners dating back from colonial times and still connected to the leading class now ......

I know some Media (also here in Kumekucha) have published something in the past ...... but would you please help me in bringing this up to date ?

This is really important - if you can assist, send the information to Chris.

Thanks - and God bless Kenya.

Anonymous said...

Im done with this blog.....MB and the likes can go on with their nonsense.

Chris....it's a pity!

Phil said...

ANON at 12.28am

Please send an e-mail to Chris: umissedthis(at)yahoo.com and for your friend's analysis to be considered for publishing as a main post.

Anonymous said...

KENYA, A DEMOCRACY WITHOUT DEMOCRATS?

Kenyan people are democracts, but the so called leaders are NOT. Evidences: The Kenyan uses his democ right to vote and casts his vote peacefully. The politicians are corrupt, steal votes, go against the constituition by illegally swearing themselves in. And then sends those complaining to the Kenyan corrupt courts. Respect Law! They keep on repeating. They themselves didnt respect law while stealing votes.

There are very view democrats, even in the opposition. A aparliament where people earn millions without working can not be seen to be a democratic house. The MPs earn over 700,000/=Ksh a month without rendering a single service to their subjects. They get 1.5 million Ksh after the 5yrs on top of other lucrative allowances and tax free, interest free incentives.

Kenyan voted ODM and Raila to tackle these undemocratic injustices and to promote democracy.

KENYANS will repeat this dream in the next general elections and Kenyans be aware: We shall achieve tis goal without the corrupt elements who are afraid of changes. WE SHALL OVERCOME!!

Marianne Briner said...

Since this blog is about shaping the future of Kenya - or at least that's what I once understood it was about and that's why I started to send write - exposing and risking myself to attacks and hate comments - let me still go back to this first intention of mine.

From what I understand - and I am sure the intelligent and most dedicated ones amongst you will agree - the 'game' is lost for the moment since none of these old power-used politicians (on the PNU as well as on the ODM-K or ODM side) will give up.

Even if Kenya goes under and its people continue suffering, will they ever learn or change.

As sad as it is, that's the truth.

So it will need another breed of people to bring changes - maybe in 2012 or even only in 2017 - people like Chris, Phil, Taabu and also Vivkii, Kalamari, Luke and Sayra .... (forgive me if I left out one or two names - you are still counting)....

But - please - forget about the Kenyattas, the Kibakis, the Odingas and also the Koinanges (I say the last name because Jeff once said he wants to fulfill his grandfather's dream that a Koinange should lead Kenya and he wants to step into this becoming MP in 2012 and President in 2017 - but don't forget that his Uncle was one of the most notorious Ministers and known to have been behind the killings of his opponents - first under Kenyatta and than also under Moi until he died in 1982) .....

Rely on the 'new breed' - the decent and honest new ones - people who have the destiny and fate of their people in mind and not how to increase their own personal bank accounts (abroad) .....

I hope, the Kenyan people have learned this lesson for the next generations ...

And then - maybe - a future Head of State of Kenya will be able to visit the graves of those who have died now - the known and the unknown graves - and will have the strength to bow down and pray for the souls of those who have given their lives for a better Kenya - and then make the promise to them and to their children that their sacrifice was not in vain.

That's what I am praying for - and I beg you to forgive me that I am shedding some tears right now because I remember also Robert Ouko who died 18 years ago -

What would he have told Annan if he would be here right now?

Maybe we should also keep him in mind during these decisive days ....... when we all wait and pray.

MB

P.S. I told Chris that I would not send another post because I did not want to risk the future of Kumekucha - but I felt that I had to say the above ..... so please, Chris, forgive me.

Anonymous said...

I want to reluctantly agree with the numerous PNUers on here.

Kibaki at the end of this charade that is a mediation process will still be the president with alot of powers.

ODM will end up sharing some key ministries but this is all they will get in this charade.

The only viable option for ODM is to arm itself for war Ivory coast style and then we can negotiate with Kibaki on an equal footing.

Why? because you only have to look at what has come out of the mediation so far vis a vis what Kibaki is doing in the meantime. Recruitment of police from NYS is one good example.

People who quote China and the Sudan fail to realize that the genocide in Darfur was going on unabetted for sometime while the internatioanl community did nothing. Infact the locals in Darfur had to arm themselves without much help from the international community to fight the Jinjaweed.

Rabet Maatari.

Anonymous said...

RABET MAATARI; The coalition is a temporary body of government to oversee genuine constitutional reforms.

In the end, the executive will cease to be the colossus it has been since independence.

Kenyans are routing for the dilution of its powers.

Anonymous said...

The OLD KANU Crooks and corrupt liars that ruled Kenya for 24 years are back to finish the Job of running Kenya`s economy to the ground are back.

Ruto=OLD KANU=MOI
Kosgey=OLD KANU=MOI
Dr.Sally Kosgei=OLD KANU=MOI
Mudavadi=OLD KANU=MOI
Riala party`s tout= opportunist
Kibaki=OlD KANU=MOI=THIEF

Are there no other leaders in kenya?
These people have been in politics for so long and it`s time kenyan`s bring in new leadership and new brains.

Kibaki joined politics when he was 31 years old.

he should be ashamed to still be running for office. What idea does he have? he is almost brain dead and senile.

Anonymous said...

KIBAKI MUST ACCEPT COALITION GOVERNMENT OR LEAVE KENYA FOR GOOD
Kenyans have spoken- they voted him out- he stole elections !! in fact we are just being accommodating at the moment for the sake of kenya-

but if PNU do not accept a coalition government then they should be pushed out- ODM can have a coalition government with KANU - FORD K AND OTHER SMALLER PARTIES and Kenya will run smoothly?

Who is PNU to hold kenya hostage!!

All Kenya's should now call in and write letter to Kofi Annan

Coalition Government: is possible with
KANU
FORD
FORD-k
SAFINA

and all the other smaller parties that won seats in the in parliament!!

PNU will not be able to fight again.

KENYAN KENYAN START CALLING IN ALL NEWS ROOMS INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL
WRITE LETTERS - CALL YOUR LOCAL MP
INSIST ID PNU OUT OTHER PARTIES IN TO FORM COALITION GOVERNMENT

Anonymous said...

Ha!!ha!!Look at this PNU fool trying to post ODM names here for being in KANU - ati
Lets begin the list

KIBAKI- FORMER kanu thief now PNU
SAITOTI-former kanu thief now-PNU
MUSYOKA KILONZO- former-kanu thief
KARUME-FORMER KANU Now PNU thief
mutula Kilonzo -former kanu now PNU thief
Karume- former kanu thief now PNU


I could go on and on why botherater all they are all thieves!! Kenya economy down 5 years in Kibaki government more looting in all the departments of government! Anglo leasing just the tip of the ice!!

Kenyans know they rigged elections to protect prosecution of what they stole from Kenyans and to protect Moi's(former presidents) stolen Billions abroad)!!!

KIBAKI MUST GO KIBAKI IS A THUG!!






Anonymous said...

The OLD KANU Crooks and corrupt liars that ruled Kenya for 24 years are back to finish the Job of running Kenya`s economy to the ground are back.

Ruto=OLD KANU=MOI
Kosgey=OLD KANU=MOI
Dr.Sally Kosgei=OLD KANU=MOI
Mudavadi=OLD KANU=MOI
Riala party`s tout= opportunist
Kibaki=OlD KANU=MOI=THIEF

Are there no other leaders in kenya?
These people have been in politics for so long and it`s time kenyan`s bring in new leadership and new brains.

Kibaki joined politics when he was 31 years old.

he should be ashamed to still be running for office. What idea does he have? he is almost brain dead and senile.

Anonymous said...

This HARIDDAN called Marrianne should top play mind games on us. Please, please, please. The country is bleeding.

Anonymous said...

HOW MUCH DID KIBAKI STEAL FOR HIMSELF AND HIS FAMILY????? kenyans wake up- this guy is a major crock!!

The President’s brother, George Mwai, has two separate ranches in Laikipia West

adjacent to the Agricultural Development Corporation’s Mutara ranch.

The first ranch is about 4,000 acres which is in two pieces (L/R Nos.: 2532 and 3264).

The other ranch is registered under his name and Lucy Wanjiru. Its L/R Nos. are 2515

and 3250.

The President’s younger brother uses the ranches for beef farming.

jason said...

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Anonymous said...

Kenyans !!Kenyans please watch must watch USA house committee on foreign Affairs- endorse a ban on Visa's and freeze on accounts and a slap on all properties owned by any Kenyan MP- from both PNU and ODM who disrupts negotiations on a coalition Government!!
Now we know why UHURU KENYATTA IS IN SUPPORT OF A COALITION GOVERNMENT!!

Kenyans thank the USA for all their efforts and we demand they also freeze all offshore accounts regardless which countries the accounts are!!!

http://www.c-spanarchives.org/library/index.php?main_page=product_video_info&products_id=203939-1

Anonymous said...

NO NEGOTIATIONS WITH LOSERS.

ANNAN GO HOME.

NIGATEMANWO

Anonymous said...

US says final deal not likely on Rice Kenya visit 17 Feb 2008 14:52:35 GMT
Source: Reuters
(incorporates KENYA-CRISIS/BUSH, adds details)

By Deborah Charles

DAR ES SALAAM, Feb 17 (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice does not expect her visit to Nairobi on Monday to forge a deal to end Kenya's political crisis, the White House said on Sunday.

"Secretary Rice doesn't expect, I don't think, to come away with a final deal," White House spokeswoman Dana Perino said. "But I do think ... they are inching their ways closer and they need a little bit of help to get there."

President George W. Bush is sending Rice to Nairobi to help push along mediation led by former U.N. chief Kofi Annan.

Bush, who is in Tanzania on the second day of a five-nation African tour, said earlier he did not want to dictate how to bring an end to Kenya's political violence but wanted to help Annan.

Bush said he and Rice had discussed with Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete "how best we can help the process. Not what we should do to dictate the process but what America can do to help the process move along".

The U.S. president has thrown his weight behind a power-sharing deal in Kenya to end a standoff over President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election which triggered a wave of ethnic killings.

One thousand people have been killed and 300,000 left homeless in the crisis, one of the bloodiest chapters in Kenya's post-independence history.

Annan has said considerable progress was made in talks this week, including agreement for an independent review of the polls. Experts say an agreement on power-sharing terms is the major sticking point.

In an effort to shore up Annan's mediation, U.S. officials said the United States was ready to sanction any individuals who sought to obstruct Kenyan peace moves.

Perino said Rice would not be bringing any incentives with her to Nairobi to encourage the two sides to reach a deal.

She said in talks on Sunday Kikwete told Bush he appreciated that the United States was willing to support Annan's mediation efforts.

"President Kikwete said there is sometimes a belief that Africans can't solve African problems and that somebody from the West has to come and try to solve it for them," Perino said. (Reporting by Deborah Charles; editing by Robert Woodward)

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Anonymous said...

I agree with marianne briner that kenya needs a new breed, fresh leaders who have clean hands and not sycophants like Orengo, mostly Young men and women in their early thities. If Kibaki jioned politics when he was 31 years old, so we can Kenyans and the youth is the majority. We should reclaim our country, our future and to be honest we are not tribalists like these old men.
About Jeff having sex with marianne briner, i don`t give a damn, that has nothing to do with Kenya and the innocent lives lost for no reason at all rather than two old Men taking kenyans for a ride.Marianne briner and Jeff should sort this outside this blog. They know each other better.
Why don`t they meet and sort it out in a secret place.

- Maina

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