Being citizens of a country topping the premier league table of political absurdity we hereby demand a full cabinet minister in charge on NATIONAL DOMO. Readers and bloggers of Kumekucha would better have their last days before their lips and fingers are restrained. We also demand that this innovative venture be actualized with equal portfolio weight in split upper and lower lips.
Before we get distracted to discussing less important sideshows like infrastructure, we must dispense with more weighty matters that appertains to personal growth. We don't eat roads. We must have our national eyes singularly trained on ventures that guarantee speedy returns. The Saficom IPO is upon us and such luck never smiles at your national door twice. The noise makers demanding fidelity to Kenya's privatization act have nothing better to do and they would be better off making hand-written copied of the bible or dictionary.
Equal and equitable representation is the spice with with democracy is eaten. We demand 210 ministries that will see a minister for every 160,000 Kenyans. We can afford folks. Kenyans are hard working people who have unrivalled knack for results. The collective selective amnesia serves us just right. All the textbook slogans of staying the course never brings food to any table. We must not be denied the beauty and rewards of shortermism.
We have the experience and reputation to milk ourselves dry. There is no need to import a FOREIGN hand to help manufacturer our local cabinet. The fire was extinguished exactly a month a go today and we have no smell of heat anywhere within our borders. Kwani huyo Annan ni nani? Let him enjoy his retirement in peace in Geneva. Please don't disturb Kenya's present serenity and national peace. We top-up generously and all you need is the right tongue. Na kazi iendelee..