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Friday, February 22, 2008

ODM Issues Mass Action Notice

Raila's Trip: PNU Intelligence Caught Napping

After intentionally delaying this morning's mediation talks for about 5 hours, the government/PNU side were this morning thrown into disarray when news reached them that Raila Odinga had abruptly left the country. Was he in prison?

This incident shows Kenyans just how organised ODM is. Firstly, unlike the duly elected President Kibaki who made several secret trips out of Kenya and to Mombasa immediately after the elections, ODM, through its deputy captain Musalia Mudavadi was open and clear: Yes, the captain is abroad for a day, but he is definitely available at all times for consultation while out there. Which means, (much to PNU's disappointment) mediation talks will not be delayed because Raila is out of reach.

Secondly, ODM supporters are not left with any anxiety as a results of their leader's absence. PNU have continuously been playing delaying tactics with Annan for three weeks now, and they have been desperate for an excuse to lay blame on ODM for any reason that would delay the talks or show lack of seriousness.

Hopes that a deal would be announced today appear to be premature. It is emerging that the protagonist are still deeply divided over the powers of the prime minister. The PNU side do not want to agree to a PM with executive powers, while the ODM side insist that the state and government must be divided with the PM only answerable to parliament and leading the government while the president leads the state. PNU have even tried to suggest the PM's role be crafted along the lines of some chief minister with some functions attached, but the ODM side would hear none of it.

In order to show their seriousness, this afternoon, a second ODM PG meeting in as many days issued an ultimatum reconfirming its earlier threat that there would be countrywide mass protest within a week that is; as from Wednesday 27th February, if the PNU side failed to agree to their demands. ODM spokesperson Ababu Namwamba said that the huge amount of concessions their party had made in the search for peace was far much more than what the PNU side had made, if any at all. ODM accused the PNU of buying time so as to consolidate its illegitimacy.

ODM's statement also appeared to emphasize the right to self-determination, and it will be interesting to see how players react to this. ODM had earlier requested that parliament be recalled to address issues of insecurity in the country, but it seems the man in whose hands the power to re-call parliament rests (PNU's Mwai Kibaki) is in no hurry.

Insiders in ODM are insisting that Kibaki must be made to sign a peace agreement that shares executive power, and that the agreement must be legalised by way of constitutional amendment. Only then will ODM take up its duties. After all they ask; which pledge/promise has Kibaki ever fulfilled in his 40 years stint as a public figure/ MP / president? None.

35 comments:

Anonymous said...

"ODM's statement also appeared to emphasize the right to self-determination, and it will be interesting to see how players react to this" - of course as usual they will demonize ODM and call them TRIBAL. Trust me that talk is soon gaining momemtum and within a few weeks it will have a life of it own. CNN even sheds more light to it..."If there is any community in Kenya unwilling to co-exist with other Kenyans in a manner that reflects the popular will of Kenyans; then that community is at liberty to exercise the principle of self-determination as is well-enunciated in the U.N. Charter and other international legal instruments," Wow, intresting times are here...looks like Kosovo was an eye opener.

Oda

Taabu said...

Phil just curious are you a new convert to PESSIMISM and a nihilist to boot?

deroo said...

Phil, PM with Executive powers mtangoja...SANA.

Secondly, flying out of the country is no big deal. Going to Nigeria to meet the BENEFACTORS of the Opposition Daima Milele is not a great deal. Moses Wetangula flew all the way to Ghana to have audience and convince John Kuffour to come to kenya without many people in the country knowing. Wetangula arrived in Addis Ababa for the AU meeting before masquaraders from ODM crept there without many people knowing.

That is no great deal. It has been written here this year that Moi and sons fled to Germany, Kibaki is in Uganda and by no means these have remained unfounded and only resident of DOMO chatter.

I also take note that our team has been frustrating the talks. Your team, Odinga Dictatorial Movement has been armtwisting people and making dictatorial pronouncements with threats of anarchy and mayhem over the last two weeks and it is a loud whisper 'NGOJENI ANNAN AENDE' so, we are not being sincere to each side. WAswahili walisema, ndovu wawili wakipigana, nyasi huumia. In Mathare, Kibera and Eldoret, nyasi zinaumia.

This morning, the DEVELOPMENT Party had a meeting with one Mwai Kibaki and it is normal for them to have such a meeting ahead of such a momentous event, like succumbing to threats to donate a PM post (not president, not retallying, not re-run).

Finally Phil, is Kibaki not gentleman enough to engage in talks and even concede so much to someone he beat during an election.

There is a 1940s Western movie in which the starring asks a desparado Mexican to take what he has offered him after a deal. The man refuses and the tough bloke tells him to take what he has offered him or leave. The poor Indian walks away only to find that the deal has been halved. He meekly accepts the half deal, which he remarks is better than nothing!

Does ODM want to be in that situation? Meanwhile, it is past three days, past two weeks and next week it will be two months and 58 months to go for MAENDELEO.

Na je RENT???

-Derek-

deroo said...

Taabu, LOL, LOL. Taabu with a new ID. I think that Jack bloke has an agenda with himself.

-Derek-

Phil said...

No I am not, but then again, deep inside, I know PNU will let this country down.

We've been on standby since 4pm. Actually since tuesday.

We are expecting an announcement (either of postponement - read failure, or adjournment for consultation - read buying time).

Kofi Annan is surely a patient man.

Anonymous said...

ODM needs to grow up so does this blogger whom seems to be always pessimistic and always searching for the negative.you need prayers...special prayers.

Anonymous said...

Phil,

Thanks for your updates, much appreciated.

Taabu: you are funny! BTW, I appreciate your unflinching defense of your valid perspectives in the face of criticism that you are eternally pessimistic.

Peace!

Kheng.Fu said...

I am just passed by these antics how do you keep people waiting for 5 hours jesus!

Kheng.Fu said...

I thought there was a suggestion to limit comments?what happened?!

Kali said...

WHAT HAPPEN i THINK PNU TOOK OVER KUMEKUCHA- BUT IT WON'T STOP US ODMERS- LIKE THE COVER-UP OF THE KILLING OF WERE THAT COMMISSIONER ALI IS WORKING HARD ON- YES WE ALREADY HAVE AN EYE WITNESS INFORMATION ALREADY IN- ALI IS INDEED A LAUGHING STOP- LET US SEE HOW FOR HE TIES A ROPE AROUND HIS NECK!!
2; ODM IS NOT BURNED FROM TRAVELING- KIBAKI WENT TO MUSEVENI IN UGANDA TO LOOK FOR HELP TO STAY IN POWER- RAILA WAS CALLED WITH OTHER AFRICAN NATIONS TO MEET IN HIM IN NIGERIA TO SEE WHAT HELP HE WILL REQUIRE- JUST IN CASE MUSEVENI DECIDES TO SEND HIS TROUPES IN TO SLAUGHTER INNOCENT KENYANS - HEY RAILA IS OUR PRESIDENT HE HAS TO PROTECT HIS PEOPLE-!! WHY IS PNU SCARED!! DO THEY EXPECT ODM TO SEAT STILL WHILE THEIR PEOPLE ARE SHOT AND KILLED BY ORDERS OF THE STATE???

vipi said...

PNU wanacheza with this thing......

Self determination is a principle, often seen as a moral and legal right, that "all peoples have the right [to] freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development."

more hapa
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-determination

Anonymous said...

PNU have been cornered and they wish there was a way out. The other day their claim was, the prime ministers post will not be created since it is not in the constitution.

Now they are saying the president should not share powers with the prime minister since he has been sworn in.

Are they taking us for granted or what? May be they think all Kenyans are like the people they represent in parliament.

They will be proven wrong soon.

Anonymous said...

whenever I see any comment from DErek, am sickened to my stomach. Perhaps those are the exact feelings that the mediators have to go through.

vipi said...

The UN Charter
..........
Self-determination is often invoked in national liberation struggles, secession of territories, and constitutional disputes about how this right can be expressed to the satisfaction of opposing interest groups.

...................

PANUA mna cheza with this thing...

Anonymous said...

DEROO,

Your comments are jazzing me.

ati ODM Calling for mass protests again? hata watoi wa kenya watakwambia hiyo stori ya mass protests ilishaa isha fashion!!

Seriuosly, ODM, why not take up the offer of Raila being the Fisheries Minister ? that'll siut him

Anonymous said...

Power-sharing is a wrong word. ACCOUNTABILITY is what Kenyans need. It can only be reached if the majority in Parliament gets an executive representation in the name of Prime Minister.

All public appointments must be ratified by the parliament and the pm. There will be no tribalism now experienced in Education, Justice, Finance, OP ministries where 99.9% staff is from CentralProvince.

The best person for this post is Raila. There will be no nonsense. No Mungiki, No Arturs, no slappings, No chai na kitu kidogo. We want people who are accountable for what is going on and not golf players who just day dream and think that Kenya hakuna matata.

Stealing and killing has been a normal game in Kenya. JM, Ouko,Mbai,Mboya died like that and the President was not accountable for these ill deeds. The PM has to resign, if his gov can not find the killer. He has to resign, if his gov can not sue the corrupt leaders. That is sanity in the gov which only RAILA is capable of achieving in Kenya today.

kalamari said...

Derek- Ukiona simba amenyeshewa, usidhani paka. What you must realize is that ODM knew all along that Kibaki, in concert with his consorts, will do everything to scuttle any type of political settlement. Si even you know that very many violent thieves match to the gallows professing their innocence. PNU ni majambazi and believe me, they do not have the will of the people at heart.

If coalition does not work then what? Do you imagine that Kibaki and PNU have the capacity or political will to pursue a new constitution? Do you believe that Kibaki's eventual cabinet has the zeal to eradicate corruption? If Kibaki forcefully resettles those who were forcefully evicted, do you think his next agenda will be overseeing the creation of a truly impartial land commission to solve these land issues once and for all? Can Kibaki and PNU achieve that? Derek, hata wewe umekubali the ECK has lost credibility, yes? Sasa do you imagine even in your wildest dreams that PNU is capable of dismantling Kivuitu's group solely for the purposes of establishing a new electoral commission of great repute and impartiality? Kibaki anaweza kweli? Derek, a fanatic of democracy, such as yourself, do you envision Kibaki washing clean the judiciary? Who's Gicheru and who's Ringera and what do they do? Can Kibaki fix that? About security, can a man who remained holed up in state house as Mungiki cut heads in the ghetto, be trusted to provide security for 'everybody'? If his police force is shooting people in places where the sun never shines, will the same security apparatus be received as a protective unit or an occupying force?

How about respect? Hooligans burnt houses right next to where Kibaki was delivering a speech, can this man travel anywhere outside of Central? Is he still a great statesman? Hasn't the man lost respect even through his wife? What about respect for Kenyans? If we allow a stolen presidency to preside for a full term, have we not just proved to the entire world that we are some nasty breed of 'jerk-off-agus".

As we speak, non-Kikuyus cannot rent houses in estates, kikuyus cannot live in some provinces… Kibaki's team of peace include Karua, Saitoti, Uhuru and a few more idiots, can these people truly form a national truth and reconciliation commission? Derek, bado upo?

The way I see it, PNU must stop grabbing their nuts and realize that there's indeed a crisis. Executive Premier is a tool of peace.

If not PNU must further their divide and rule tactics. I've been told some Mungiki folk are killing non-Kalenjin folk while pretending to be Kalenjin.

Kali said...

KENYANS SHOULD READ THIS STORY IF ONE HAS NOT READ IT YET- IT DOES SEND CHILLS UP MY SPINE- IT IS LIKE WE ARE RESTRUCTURING THE SAME SCENARIO IN KENYA!!


STATE OF THE NATION: Blind with power and ambition, they cannot see the fires

Story by ALI MUFURUKI
Publication Date: 2/22/2008
The seeming reluctance by the Kenyan parties to the Kofi Annan-led mediation to make the concessions to stabilise the country after the post-election violence (at least the first round of it), the insistence by the government side that its position is right and the opposition’s adamance on getting the biggest prize are all too familiar. We saw them all and their consequences catching the players totally by surprise in Cote d’Ivoire.

One sad story that comes to mind is particularly relevant to what is happening in Kenya today.

I visited Cote d’Ivoire in late 1999, only months before the flare-up that forever changed that country. The country was in election mood and political temperatures were soaring. The issues dividing the country were no different from the ones causing problems in Kenya — poverty fuelled by tribalism, religious sectarianism (a cheap excuse for even more violent tribalism) and the citizenship status of thousands and thousands of immigrants who had came to Cote d’Ivoire during the colonial era to work in the cocoa and coffee plantations and were accepted as citizens only later to be suddenly told they weren’t Ivorians as fears that they were likely to vote for the “wrong person” mounted.

To remind ourselves, the main presidential election contestants were, on the one side the incumbent Conan Bedie, a fiercely proud “indigenous” Ivorian, and the opposition led by Allasane Ouatarra, a former Prime Minister who was now branded an illegal immigrant with suspected parental roots in neighbouring Burkina Faso. In addition to that, Ouatarra was a Muslim in a country where the ruling class was Catholic.

My host (she was a relative of President Bedie and a deputy minister in his government) told me they saw no reason to negotiate with the opposition. Their rule, she insisted, had brought prosperity and peace to the country and, in any event, they (the Catholics) had everything, including the military under their control. Like many elites in that country, she was convinced that an opposition win would ruin the country’s economy and reputation “because these people are incompetent, lazy and irresponsible by nature.”

I cautioned her that she was mistaken about the popularity of her party; that the people were tired of corruption and the arrogance of the rich which was rampant in Cote d’Ivoire then, but she dismissed me with a wave of her hand, saying: “Ali, what do you know about this country? I live here, I know my people,. The residents of Trechville (slum) will riot and loot and burn a few tyres and after a few days life will get back to normal for us, I know my people!” We know what happened.

As fate would have it, I was watching TV in a hotel room in another country a few months later when I saw her running barefoot with her baby on her back to scramble into a French military helicopter that was evacuating the first rich people to leave Abidjan. I could not believe my eyes.

The country was on fire and remained aflame for eight, long years. Many people died, coffee and cocoa production stopped and development all but ground to a halt. A little known General Robert Guei stormed the palace and took power in a bloodless coup followed by general elections a few months later.

The General tried and failed to steal the election from Laurent Gbagbo who was later installed in the State House by protesting mobs. But the peace was short-lived.

And, to me, what followed is the most interesting part of the story.

Gbagbo, the people’s president, having come from the elite crowd himself, knew no better than to continue the rogue ways of his predecessors in office. He became arrogant, and refused to address the plight of the people who brought him to power. Another rebellion broke out. Out of the chaos, a former student leader— not Allasane Ouatarra, not Conan Bedie (they are irrelevant old men)— emerged as the real leader and spokesman of the rebellion that had split the country into two.

While the north was controlled by gun-toting youthful rebels hardly in their twenties, the southern half, including the capital Abidjan, was in the hands of old men and the regular military and police who responded to every protest in the capital city with the kind of brute force that we have seen so often in Nairobi, Kisumu and Eldoret. The plan was to throw a lid on the violence in the country and put on a pretence of normalcy.

Currently, the young rebel Guillaume Zoro is serving as prime minister after a negotiated peace settlement.

By now, it is obvious that Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire share similar fault lines. The two states have tribes, religion, culture (circumcision is sometimes an issue of national importance) but more importantly, a stark divide between the social classes as part of the way of life.

Like the Ivorian old men, the ruling class in Kenya fails to understand that it lost its relevance long before the disputed election. The disputed results only released the old genie from the bottle. Another fact of life is that the ruling elite doesn’t act in its own best interest it messes with or is perceived as messing around with democracy, which democracy is its best protection from the mobs.

Democracy demands that every now and then you need to let the people vent their anger by voting out non-performing politicians through the ballot box. And, those who control state power most of the time need to be humble during the election season and accept the people’s verdict.

The nature of democracy is so flexible so that today’s losers can always make a political comeback because they have both the motivation and the resources to do so. The mobs forget quickly and if you behave yourself, they will vote you in again.

However, what you cannot do (and expect to survive their wrath) is to take away the only power they have — the power of their ballot. Vote stealing is suicidal because the voters are not stupid. They know when the wrong guy is announced the winner. (I am still talking about Cote d’Ivoire for, we might never know who exactly won the Kenyan election). That notwithstanding, the parallels between Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire are obvious.

*The author is the Chairman of the Africa Leadership Initiative who travels widely around the continent, and Chair of the Board of Directors of Mwananchi Communications in Tanzania, a Nation Media Group company.

kalamari said...

Huyu mzee alikalia Ndungu report for years. He actually fought 'anti-corruption'. With his friends he tried to dilute the bomas draft. He let mercenaries and gun/drug traffickers roam the country shooting up our airports. He killed the opposition by sleeping with Uhuru. Nepotism is his modus. Lastly he stole and got caught but since he already owns the courts, mta do?

Derek, is this the man who can bring changes to Kenya…..without an Executive PM?

Kali said...

KUMEKUCHA WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH OUR POSTS?? HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE YOU TO APPROVE?? LETS NOT BECOME LIKE THE MOU MUSEUM AS YOU CALL IT? ON KUMEKUCHA- WE NEED TO FAIRLY ANSWERS TO POSTS FROM PNU!!! SEEMS THEY HAVE MORE POSTS ON HERE LATELY!!!

Anonymous said...

God piece in todays financial times; spells it out pretty clearly that things on the ground are very different than at the Serena where supplies of thin air seems to be anew way of writing agreements - or is it the only ink Kibaki knows how to use on agreements. Oh sorry, I apologise; he seems a man of his word (which is why he never speaks out or takes open leadership or what!?).

Anonymous said...

Kalamari, Keep the sermons coming.

Anonymous said...

The following was very clear last night.That PNU are sticking on a non-executive PM. Now confirmed by Nation today!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

"We reject Non-Executive PM position and will go ahead with protests. we want those PM powers that Kenyatta had after independence"-Nyang Nong,Aljazeera,0930 pm Tv news

Whats the real truth? Just been watching news



and what news are those?? and who announced the offer of NON-Executive PM Position?? I didn't see on Aljazeer and non of the other services have carried any offers made to the opposition on Thursday??BBC CNN has nothing??

Can you be specific and confirm when who announced the offer and when??

5:17 PM

luke said...

Bw.Kalamari,indeed you are right, PNU do not have the will of the people at heart-fortunately the same can be said of ODM
Right now ODM are in a position of doing whatever it takes for them to get a foot into the corridors of political power and they want this for themselves-no party is thinking beyond power for themselves to giving power to the people and all the pushing is nothing more than for their own agendas to go through once a toothless parliament re-opens next month
Let us watch and see what the immediate concerns to be addressed will be once the fourth highest decision making organ in the land resumes its official duties (fourth after the president, the prime-minister and then Michuki)
The real motion with accompaning movement will begin when parliament is handed powers to determine its own agenda as well as to supervise both president and prime monster as they inevitably lock horns in a power-outdoing displaying spree that will begin where there is lack of sincerity and integrity in making roles

Anonymous said...

Phil:

Come on, you are better than that! Outside the ODM cult membership, Raila's wanderings in-and-out of the country are like a drop of a leaf in a forest - not even the ants notice it. But within the ODM cult, the members have a reason to worry. Foreigh masters who footed Raila's delusional presidential bid have summoned him to say when he is to start delivering on his MOUs with them. No free lunch buddies. His debts to the foreign mafia are due. And those mafia do not care about his kabuki dance or his pesa nane parables he is used to hypnotizing his followers with. They don't want to hear of a "people's presidency," they want the real deal. The question is: can he deliver what he promised these mobsters using the type of PM Kenyans are willing to donate to him? I doubt. Stay tuned for this is getting worse than Raila's now famous nightly wails.

Anonymous said...

I love the typing error 'prime monster' - intentionally or by mistake it is quite fitting if you see it from the PNU side since it must be a nightmare for them to have that position created.

Anonymous said...

ODM must be shrewd. They are dealing with a sly and treachrous party.

Anonymous said...

ODM MUST HOLD ITS GROUND.

If PNU is not willing to cede ground on the executive prime minister matter, then they are NOT being serious about constitutional change which has that provision too.

Who is to say that PNU will agree to other reforms that further dilute the power of the executive e.g. majimboism?

ODM KAENI NGUMU.

Anonymous said...

Kenyans want:

a) Constitutional reforms as soon as possible...prime minister, majimboism - the works.

b) Peace and sustainable economic growth.

PNU is dragging its feet on the exec. premier issue and I doubt that they are interested in constitutional reforms in general.

WE MUST HAVE AN EXEC. PREMIER. IT IS THE FIRST TEST OF CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM.

Anonymous said...

ore ODM domo domo domo....

KUMEKUCHA, Will u heed your "master"s call to go to the streets and protest or will you sheepishly type incitements from the back of a screen?

kalamari said...

Luke. The question is what to do with power to bring TRUE peace, new constitution, new institutions, land reform and all other types of changes. Given Kibaki's past and current performance, I cannot imagine him having the ability to heal this nation single-handedly …with more than a hedex tablet. I mean who will listen to Kibaki alone? Who will listen to Raila alone?
With the way shit went down, the only way out is a true coalition/transitional govt. I sincerely do not see any other way out. If Kibaki bulldozes his way until 2012, what he will have done is simply postpone 'violent Rwandese style massacre'. Kwani you have not heard the latest. As I've told chaps before, if there's no real deal, then it is the responsibility of every Kikuyu to finance Mungiki, it is the responsibility of every Luo to finance the Taliban, it is the responsibility of every Kisii to finance Chinkororo, it is the responsibility of every Muslim to finance the 'real' Taliban. This is not an option.

Every tribe will have to protect itself in preparation for the event that will shame the Rwandese. If you think I'm taking this too far, think of the hate that you have seen these past weeks and let me know if things will be the same again. Do you honestly think that Kibaki with all powers and a cabinet of PNU and ODM-K can address the HATE??? Please do not underestimate the situation.

Kenyans will only be led by a legitimate president. Tumegutuka. It's actually a three-way cross road. Either we find peace now, Either we fight now, Either we fight later…when all sides have better weapons and resources.

Anonymous said...

Let assume/predict some things about 5 years from now.

Assume that an Executive PM is entrenched into the current constitution and both Raila and Ruto are alive.

Lets also assume that Raila goes for prezi and Ruto for PM. Will it be the same issue or will some cry that the executive PM will be too strong than a ceremonial prezi?

Somehow, I dont see Mudavadi going for presidency in 2012 but I have a strong feeling that Raila might do so. Will he be able to tame Ruto or will it be another story again?

Think about it.... the current marriage is one of convinience. There are bound to be major fallouts in the next 5 years.

FYI. Kalonzo and Uhuru will have no chance but if they are able to get Najib (and I hear they have plenty of business deals together then at that time you can put the trio to give Raila/Ruto & Mudavadi some serious challenge).

deroo said...

Kalamari, with all due respect I have for you and other regulars (the right thinking ones, less the loons and reefrums that Chris has sorted) of this blog, I MUST admit that deep down in my heart, there is nothing that will change with the current constitution. I have told you that, I told you guys so even before the elections and I was rebuked for unleashing a rigging details that came to pass. I am not soothsayer, but a REALIST (Taabu got a new name yesterday).

Kalamari and Luke, we all want change. I want change. My family wants change and Kenya wants and needs change.

Luke, even as things stand now, four weeks and 12 people cannot agree on the creation of a midwifery PM's post, then it will be a higher mountain to climb when the real thing comes in one year. I foresee Raila Odinga serving as PM till the next elections.

Kalamari, there are people out there who do not care. Parliament which is supposed to work on such finer details is close to 50-50 (forget the PNU/ODM figures - there are MPs who can be bought for a song).

Kalamari, it is not Kibaki who is stopping the discussion or pussyfooting, it is the CONSTITUTION. Everything that you might want to do in the country has to follow the laid down procedure provided by the constitution. Even KIbaki, signing it next week to allow Raila work for him as the INSPECTOR OF MINISTRIES needs to be done along the existing constitution. Whoever said that the LAW IS AN ASS!

Kalamari, with the current constitution, even Raila Odinga (WHO INSERTED PRESIDENT WILL BE ABOVE THE LAW? Oginga Odinga and TJ Mboya) will not, as the president allow for some of the clauses to change. Not to reduce his powers and that is why Kibaki used the same to remain president albeit complaints that have come from far and wide.

On ECK Kalamari, the thing is that they are using the current constitution, the constitution that has shoot to kill, shoot on sight, the chief's act, the president is above the law, the president can appoint and dismiss at any time, the president is the C-in-C, the president authorises all upward mobility of soldiers from the rank of major, the president can terminate a criminal case, the president can claw you out of the gallows and many more. The curent constitution like the ROMAN LAW is the cause of the problem in Kenya and that is where Mwai Kibaki thrives.

You have talked of Ringera, Gicheru and Kivuitu. All of their appointments draw their legality from Mwai Kibaki and the constitution. If is was easy to resign, the GEMA brothers, Gicheru, Kivuitu and Ringera could have succumbed to the barrage of barbs they have taken in the last two months.

As for the numbskulls called Mungiki, I will not comment and I reserve my commments about them. I am an open speaker on many things and until the day a Mungiki adherent will s[eak openly that Njenga (WANANICHI) paid him or Muhia paid him, I will not point and accusing finger.

As for the rest, including police shooting rioters, I think they were all done within the law and anyone, whoever shot his girlfriend's boyfriend will be brought to book.

In the meantime Kalamari, me and you should keep watching things happening around Times Towers, the Port of Mombasa and the rebuilding that is expected to engage a throttle gear in the coming months.

NB: Was Kibaki the one who barbecued those women and children in Eldoret? NO. Then why take him to The Hague and why not arrest Prof Peter Anyang Nyongo for incitement? Kazi kwako Kalamari. Adhanie ndiye, kumbe mwishowe huwa siye! Na Kelele za chura hazizuii ngombe kunya maji. Na mwishowe, Mgaagaa upwani hali wali mkavu, ... mvuvi humpa samaki asiyehitaji!!! Jijazie

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

Raila will never be president just the way KUMEKUCHA will never have credibility!

Pimpala said...

All I want to know is if PNU in all seriousness thinks the country will accept a solution that doesn't favor majority will?

I can't believe kibaki wants to leave such a tarnished legacy.

Listen all you mofo's get your passports ready.

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