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Saturday, April 05, 2008

Back To Square 1

ONLY BRAND NEW LEADERSHIP AND BRAND NEW IDEAS CAN SAVE KENYA

It may have taken a while but message "2012" has finally begun to sink in. it has become stark-glaring clear and alarmingly so to a growing number of concerned and right thinking Kenyans that the current grand coalition government featuring the as yet to be unveiled fully expanded political hybrid cabinet represents no real change at all whatsoever to the immediate future of Kenya and most importantly to the common mwananchi's day to day welfare

As we shall see tomorrow when the revealed line up of the coalition cabinet will be announced, the line-up will certainly not herald the much anticipated and desired break from the past old dinousaur faces with their tired brand of old school thinking. I bet you integrity will still be the missing option.

I've already begun wondering just exactly what major scam will it be this time that will trip-up the new cabinet and make it become exactly like its previous predecessor that saw anglo-leasing ghosts share the same breathing space with kroll report mentioned celebrities? Kenya's number one economic growth buster corruption is always lurking around the corner waiting for a chance to bite where it hurts the most-our collective public conscience

Inevitably in-between now and 2012 we will get distracted and thrown off our course and end up looking even worse than our politicians in whose names we are only too quick to sweat, swear and hack one another to death-but what is it we want to happen in 2012?brand new leadership and brand new ideas with the interests of the country at heart.
In looking ahead to 2012 and the future leaders of Kenya, we must not allow them to falsely believe that they can avoid the consequences of dodging responsiblity. Then will not be the time for a hands off, eyes off and ears off type of leadership in the passive running of the government.
The responsibility of governing a country justly must not become more of a burden than the job of massaging self-inflated egos filled with importance that comes from being made minister of something or the other
Lets wait and see shall we?
"BPONE" WANTS TO KNOW-WHO WILL BELL THE CAT? CATCH HIM IN DOMO CHAT ROOM ANYTIME NEXT WEEK-JUST ENTER USERNAME AND START CHATTING

42 comments:

Anonymous said...

Patience wil pay this time. Come 2012 we need a revolution n kick out all 210.

Kimi Raikkonen said...

What patience? Don't make us laugh! As soon as the next heckler suffering from full blown tribalism comes along, you will all react true to form and lap up all his incendiary and immoral verbiage, as long as he promises a place at the table.

Taabu said...

Pray, pray very hard that we live to find ourselef in one single peace come 2012. We know what we want but are we ready to sacrifice for it? Having a vision (2012) is good but not if it is premised on procrastination ala VISION 2030. It is less than 2000 days to 2012 and the cat is roaming in the wild, who will bell it?

luke said...

who will bell the cat?someone please answer BPONE and Taabu lest they sleep tonight dreaming Kenya is UTOPIA

Anonymous said...

The naming of the cabinet has been delayed once more. As at this afternoon, the presuident was yet to recieve the names of the ODM Nominees. No CABINET WILL BE NAMED TOMORROW

I think Salim Lone owes me an explanation as to why he was naming a cabinet in the media without getting it from the horse's mouth. He is a media practitioner and he knows better thay yapping.

-Derek-

Wanjiku Unlimited said...

There's a brand new row over the portfolio balance. I doubt whether there'll be a cabinet named tomorrow. If indeed it is named though, I fear for Kenya's fragile peace.

luke said...

ladies and gentlemen....KIBAKI via our brother DEREK has belled the cat....BREAKING NEWS....the cracks begin to emerge...
goodnight!

deroo said...

DOMO, DOMO, DOMO, the ODM speciality has been caught napping once again. This time, at the eleventh hour, they are the ones running around to save face.

After serving Kenyans with half-baked ministerial appointments in the last two days in a wish-list that defies dreams, their chest-thumping has been dealt the worst blow since Raila Odinga accepted the PM to stop the tribal cleansing.

This afternoon, Isaiah Kabira issued a statement that the naming of the cabinet has been delayed, because Raila Odinga aka Ayatollah, the political Mullah, the prophet, has not submitted his list of hangers-on to join Kibaki in the cabinet.

Okay, the expectation and the verisimilitude that has been whetting the throats of a section of the population have been HURT once again.

In actual sense, the game that ODM has been playing in the last few days has just been scuttled.

If two people met and decided that they will have 40 ministries, where was Salim Lone to start dishing the ministerial post in the press to the applause of a section of the country’s political spectators?

Yes, he is Odinga Dictatorial Movement spokesman, meaning that what he says comes from the man himself. But when did they ever meet to agree on who takes defence, foreign affairs and local government.

Two weeks ago, I argued here that some ministries had a umbilical attachment to the presidency. Like ODM demanding Provincial Administration, Defence and Internal Security, the money-guzzling arms of the government, it was a pipe-dream so to say.

Sasa, everything will go back to Square One and what ODM had intended to do (hijack the ceremony tomorrow) will not take place. Obviously, Raila Odinga wanted to walk in with his list of nominees and start making the announcement on national TV, I believe that is what they wanted. All has been rewound three weeks back and…let the haggling continue….

Vita vya panzi….

-Derek-

deroo said...

NO Luke, Kibaki has not made the announcement through me… This are the latest alerts that I got at work. Less than an hour ago and I had to confirm it…


DUBLIN - Finance Minister Brian Cowen is set to become Ireland's next prime minister after he was the sole candidate to lead the governing Fianna Fail party when nominations for the post closed on Saturday.
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PARIS - The French navy is closely tracking a luxury yacht seized by pirates off the Somali coast but has not tried to intercept the boat, a French military spokesman said on Saturday.
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NAIROBI - Kenya's opposition said on Saturday that the naming of a power-sharing cabinet would be delayed, after it and President Mwai Kibaki's side disagreed over the division of ministries.
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LONDON - London Heathrow's showpiece terminal 5, beset by baggage chaos since its opening last month, hit more problems on Saturday as a luggage software glitch forced British Airways to cancel seven flights.

-Derek-

Mrembo said...

sasa luke? nice article- i will definitely be around domo next week to see bpone-bp mambo?

ivy, please show up in domo and give us your radical views on who will bell the cat!! we shall be waiting for you my dear.

sasa siasa, i hope u people are not shocked!!

as soon as odm announced that cabinet portfolio list...mutua in characteristic fashion came out to deny...that should have told you guys something right there!! some bloggers were so quick to disregard him as usual....but as i have learnt in recent past, mutua as foolish and idiotic as he is and as irrelevant as he sounds...he does not speak for himself....and what mutua says is what goes...unfortunately. the guy is doing exactly what he is paid to do......a true reflection of his master....idiocy and all!!

i hear, no pnu mp showed up at ruto's dad's burial-hata hakuna cha kupretend!! that should tell you something right there!! and ati they were supposed to work together from tomorrow? dont make me laugh!!

Anonymous said...

NO SWEARING IN TOMORROW?? SO WHAT IS NEXT? AS USUAL PNU TRIED TO PULL A FIRST ONE!! BUT IT WAS CAUGHT!! WRONG MINISTRIES THEY STILL WANT ALL! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH - TOO MANY KENYANS DYING WHILE THIS GOONS PLAY POLITICS!!

Anonymous said...

I have said it before and i will say it again and will keep saying it come 2012, the common mwananchi's day to day welfare, is not a priority in today`s Politicians mind, UNTIL SUCH A TIME THAT THERE WILL BE BRAND NEW LEADERSHIP AND BRAND NEW IDEAS.

ALL Kenya need is a REVOLUTION PERIOD.

NEW LEADERS, NEW GENERATION, NEW KENYA AS A COUNTRY NOT TRIBES.


TIME WILL TELL.

RAILA AND KIBAKI ARE BROTHERS "BIRDS" OF THE SAME FEATHER.

Anonymous said...

Mrembo said...

sasa luke? nice article- i will definitely be around domo next week to see bpone-bp mambo?

GO PEDDLE YOUR PROPAGANDA SOMEWHERE CHEAP YOU ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT TO KUKMEKUCHA BLOGGERS SO WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR NEW REGARDING RUTO'S FATHERS FUNERAL ATTENDANCE?? GO GET THE TRUTH YOU FOOL!!


This position was restated by Raila and over 80 party Members of Parliament who were attending the burial of Eldoret MP and Pentagon luminary William Ruto’ father, Samuel Samoei yesterday.

Anonymous said...

Mrembo said...
i hear, no pnu mp showed up at ruto's dad's burial-hata hakuna cha kupretend!! that should tell you something right there!! and ati they were supposed to work together from tomorrow? dont make me laugh!!

Mrembo really !! i used to respect your views on here but i can see you are just as dirty as any politician spreading rumors and propaganda and it is so hurtful when it is about death!! don't stoop that low!!it is unbecoming!!

deroo said...

Anon @12:18

Please dignity pays at times. Wacha hiyo F***

As for Mrembo, do you remember someone called Emmanuel Karisa Maitha? Yes, there are some cabinet ministers (his collegangues in cabinet) who did not give him his last respects when he passed away in Germany. Want names???

-Derek-

Phil said...

2012 Luke?

Welcome to Kenya.

I am telling you this government is now living on borrowed time. I am looking at the 'Lesotho' option being the only solution that will set this country free.

Its obvious that the elections were NOT stolen by Kibaki and chronies. There is a bigger more powerful foe that Kenyans have to fight. The pintos, JMs, Mboyas, Oukos and lately Githongos of this world tried to fight it and failed. Its not about 2012 or 2017 or 2022. Its about unearthing these characters. We know them. I will offer a clue. Kenyatta.....Moi....Kibaki.....etc.

ODM pentagon are just arriving back in town after Ruto's dad funeral. Be ready for a bombshell tomorrow.

Those of us who were in Western Kenya this weekend know there's big tension building up in Kisumu, kakamega, Bungoma, Eldoret and even here in Kibera Nairobi because of the cabinet deadlock (read power sharing). Even diplomats are getting fed up of this GEMA kindergarten game!

deroo said...

sorry for that typo in colleagues. I am sorry

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mrembo said...

i hear, no pnu mp showed up at ruto's dad's burial-hata hakuna cha kupretend!! that should tell you something right there!! and ati they were supposed to work together from tomorrow? dont make me laugh!!

Mrembo PNU MOUTH PIECE- DO YOU KNOW HOW TO READ NEWS??? OR LOOK FOR FACTS BEFORE YOU POST YOUR PROPAGANDA ON KUMEKUCHA?? SHAME ON YOU FOR USING RUTO'S FATHERS FUNERAL TO DISCREDIT HIM- OR WERE YOU TRYING TO SAY ODM IS NOT BEHIND HIM?? YOU ARE VERY CHEAP!!




WHAT NEXT?: Uncertainty looms over today’s unveiling of the 40-member Cabinet as PNU/Government and ODM disagree on portfolio balance even as outrage mounts over the bloated Cabinet
The much anticipated unveiling of the Grand Coalition 40-member Cabinet today was headed for a fiasco as the Party of National Unity/Government and the Orange Democratic Movement were last evening trading accusations and counter-accusations over the portfolio balance.
The ODM issued a statement last night saying it would not be party to the new Cabinet unveiled today if any of the initial agreements are reneged. The party’s Director of Communications Salim Lone said the exercise today will not take place because of emerging misunderstandings contained in a letter sent to the party by the Head of Public Service and Secretary to the Cabinet Francis Muthaura.
And in rejoinder, Government Spokesman Dr Alfred Mutua said the ODM were dragging their feet in presenting the names for appointment. He said the President has been waiting for their list in vain, adding that the President had invite the Prime Minister –designate for a meeting at Harambee House at 10am today. He gave a list of the ministries for the both sides purportedly drawn after length consultations between the two principals. (See full list on page 2).
ODM accused their PNUof trying to shortchange the Movement. The ODM said President Mwai Kibaki’s side was not honest as it was still demanding to hold onto the Local Government and Foreign Affairs ministries after an agreement earlier that the two key portfolios go to the Movement as PNU take Finance, Education, Defence and Internal Security alongside other high profile ministries.
Mohammed Isahakia from the ODM Secretariat wrote to Muthaura last night saying the party was astonished because the agreements between President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister-designate Raila Odinga last Thursday had been reneged in a letter Muthaura sent to ODM yesterday. Isahakia also blamed Muthaura for failing to call a meeting between the two of them to fine tune the details of the proposed Cabinet.
The Movement claimed the PNU side had taken all the key ministries reducing the ODM to mere passengers in a PNU government. “I have therefore been directed to inform you that your request for names for appointment to the cabinet is premature in view of your new position on portfolio balance,” Isahakia letter said. He said the proposed list of ministers due to be presented today had earlier been delivered to Raila by Minister George Saitoti and flatly rejected.
Lone said Raila had termed Muthaura’s list as totally unacceptable widely leaving the fate of the highly publicized exercise this afternoon clearly uncertain.


This position was restated by Raila and over 80 party Members of Parliament who were attending the burial of Eldoret MP and Pentagon luminary William Ruto’ father, Samuel Samoei yesterday.

Mrembo said...

anonymous 12.18, are you saying pnu mps attended martin samoei's burial? where is your evidence coz i heard my info from kenyan radio my dear, ati rumours and propaganda!! (tsk)

Anonymous said...

OH Boy now we know which side of the Mrembo's bread is butter!! martha karua didn't do her homework well for you this time:):)

i hate it when people try to use death to discredit others- when Mwenje died- did we scream at him for killing MP Were?? even though most Kenyans knew he was behind it!! and was asked by PNU he was dying and he could only appear in the courts of hell where ever he is now!!! do be careful we didn't have proof "yet" that is why we did not piga domo!! so careful on what propaganda you post here Mrembo you are disgusting!!

Mrembo said...

okay, you crazy people hold your horses!! breathe in.....out!!!! in......out!!

if you read my statement you will understand i said PNU mps did not show up for ruto's dad's funeral...which means something bad especially considering they were supposed to start working side by side from tomorrow.

only ODM mps went for that funeral that is what i meant...please re-read it, stop reacting childishly!!

deroo, no i dont want names....i was just pointing out the obvious!! but since i have to spell things out here...the obvious is that...pnu did not even have the decency to attend their 'colleague's' dad's burial!!

Anonymous said...

Mrembo said...

anonymous 12.18, are you saying pnu mps attended martin samoei's burial? where is your evidence coz i heard my info from kenyan radio my dear, ati rumours and propaganda!! (tsk)

fools like you need some reading lessons read the whole article you will see Ruto's fathers funeral mentioned and the attendance- caught with pants down and still trying to wiggle through just like PNU- they taught you well!!


Uncertainty looms over today’s unveiling of the 40-member Cabinet as PNU/Government and ODM disagree on portfolio balance even as outrage mounts over the bloated Cabinet
The much anticipated unveiling of the Grand Coalition 40-member Cabinet today was headed for a fiasco as the Party of National Unity/Government and the Orange Democratic Movement were last evening trading accusations and counter-accusations over the portfolio balance.
The ODM issued a statement last night saying it would not be party to the new Cabinet unveiled today if any of the initial agreements are reneged. The party’s Director of Communications Salim Lone said the exercise today will not take place because of emerging misunderstandings contained in a letter sent to the party by the Head of Public Service and Secretary to the Cabinet Francis Muthaura.
And in rejoinder, Government Spokesman Dr Alfred Mutua said the ODM were dragging their feet in presenting the names for appointment. He said the President has been waiting for their list in vain, adding that the President had invite the Prime Minister –designate for a meeting at Harambee House at 10am today. He gave a list of the ministries for the both sides purportedly drawn after length consultations between the two principals. (See full list on page 2).
ODM accused their PNUof trying to shortchange the Movement. The ODM said President Mwai Kibaki’s side was not honest as it was still demanding to hold onto the Local Government and Foreign Affairs ministries after an agreement earlier that the two key portfolios go to the Movement as PNU take Finance, Education, Defence and Internal Security alongside other high profile ministries.
Mohammed Isahakia from the ODM Secretariat wrote to Muthaura last night saying the party was astonished because the agreements between President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister-designate Raila Odinga last Thursday had been reneged in a letter Muthaura sent to ODM yesterday. Isahakia also blamed Muthaura for failing to call a meeting between the two of them to fine tune the details of the proposed Cabinet.
The Movement claimed the PNU side had taken all the key ministries reducing the ODM to mere passengers in a PNU government. “I have therefore been directed to inform you that your request for names for appointment to the cabinet is premature in view of your new position on portfolio balance,” Isahakia letter said. He said the proposed list of ministers due to be presented today had earlier been delivered to Raila by Minister George Saitoti and flatly rejected.
Lone said Raila had termed Muthaura’s list as totally unacceptable widely leaving the fate of the highly publicized exercise this afternoon clearly uncertain. This position was restated by Raila and over 80 party Members of Parliament who were attending the burial of Eldoret MP and Pentagon luminary William Ruto’ father, Samuel Samoei yesterday.
And across the country Kenyans were yesterday waiting anxiety for President Kibaki to name the men and women who will make it to the Cabinet and end weeks of speculation and political bickering that has gripped the country in the past few weeks since the enactment into law of the Peace Accord. The pact that halted the mayhem that engulfed the country over the disputed December 2007 presidential poll was brokered by former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
The naming of the Cabinet was set be a culmination of consultations between President Kibaki and Raila. The naming was expected to put the country on the new path to progress after literally stalling for three months following the violence sparked by the disputed polls on December 27 last year.
The anticipated 40-member Cabinet and unknown number of Assistant Ministers – the largest since the country’s independence has attracted the ire of civil society groups, churches, professional bodies and the private sector who feel that the already overburdened taxpayer will have to fork out more to sustain the politicians flying flags on state owned limousines. Critics have argued that the bloated Cabinet is aimed at assuaging the political elite at the expense of the Kenyan taxpayer.
The civil society yesterday insisted on a 24-member Cabinet and threatened to scuttle the swearing-in of the proposed Cabinet next Saturday. It would have been interesting to watch some of the politicians who have been shouting themselves hoarse over the need for “a cleaner and leaner” who may have been named ministers.
Amidst the public outcry, Kenyans must equally see the bloated Cabinet as the only reality towards inclusiveness and tackling the interests of the country’s ethnic divide.
It is not lost on many that the main grouse with the Kibaki Government as been that it wasn’t inclusive enough of all Kenyan ethnicities, gender and youth. Members of the yet to be named Cabinet will have to fend off brickbats directed at them by the citizenry and accusations that by agreeing to take up their ministerial positions, they will have turned a blind eye to the plight of the majority voters who are languishing in abject poverty.
Members of Parliament have not shied away from openly portraying themselves as unscrupulous, arrogant, insensitive, treacherous, and cruel tribal kings in canvassing for Cabinet appointments.
Few, if any of the country’s leaders and political parties can claim to have championed for national interests particularly while laying claim to the two deputy Premiers’ slots There has been no apparent systematic and deliberate encouragement to divorce tribal sentiments and regional interests even against the background that emerged from post-election.
A significant proportion of those aspiring for Cabinet slots have deliberately shielded the country from ideology based and issue oriented politics resulting in a highly ethicized and polarized nation.
The two principals will have to grapple with regional balance in cobbling up the new look Cabinet if they intend to retain loyalties they enjoyed in the run up to last year’s General Election. The Party of National Unity brigade is said to favour Prof Saitoti, Local Authorities Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Martha Karua for its allotted slot of Deputy Prime Minister.
President Kibaki is most likely going to retain those from PNU that he had appointed in the 17 member Cabinet in January with a possible inclusion of ODM-K members including Mutula Kilonzo and David Musila.
However, President Kibaki has to grapple with the growing dissent within his party ranks that have touted the name of Special Programmes Minister Noami Shabaan and Matuga Member of Parliament Chirau Ali Mwakwere for the post.
Their argument is premised on the convincing ground that since President Kibaki hails from central Kenya it would be an act of selfishness for a deputy prime minister to come from the same region.
Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi appeared to lend the assertion some credence when he argued that those canvassing for the deputy premier’s slot should consider other regions but swiftly back tracked when a deluge of criticism was directed at him by none other than legislators from his Meru ethnic background.
On his part, it will be inconceivable and political thoughtlessness for Raila to leave out William Ruto and the Rift Valley brigade from the so called prominent ministries portfolios. Having voted almost to a man for Raila in last year’s poll, Rift Valley MPs and the electorate will be keenly watching where they will be placed with a particular regard to their de facto kingpin Ruto.
However, Raila appears to have smooth sailing after virtually all regions that supported Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) agreed in consensus to have his running mate and Sabatia MP Musalia Mudavadi named to the Deputy Premier’s slot. Other ODM Pentagon members including Najib Balala, Joseph Nyagah must also be in the Cabinet.
Others names touted from ODM to the cabinet include Dr Sally Kosgei, William ole Ntimama, Professor Margaret Kamar, Orwa Ojode, Chris Okemo, Professor Anyang Nyong’o and Dalmas Otieno.

deroo said...

Dont discuss people's deaths. It is sad that politicians never die but are killed. Kuishi ni bahati, kufa ni lazima. Sote tinjiani...

I really wonder how many Kenyan MPs attended Mwenje's burial. Or how many MPs sent messages tio the family, yet on the day that Were died, the man who allegedly killed him was comatose @ Aga Khan.

Honestly, why do we reduce politicals discusssion to cheap wordships. Jesus once said, Let the dead bury the dead! To Ruto's dad and the rest, fare thee well!

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

Blogger Mrembo said...

anonymous 12.18, are you saying pnu mps attended martin samoei's burial? where is your evidence coz i heard my info from kenyan radio my dear, ati rumours and propaganda!! (tsk)

NOW WE KNOW WHATEVER YOU POST HERE IS GIVEN TO YOU BY CURTSY OF PNU HARDLINERS - THANKS FOR BEING CAUGHT WITH YOUR PANTS DOWN!! I HATE PEOPLE THAT ARE USED TO SPREAD LIES AND PROPAGANDA!!!

deroo said...

Mrembo, are you under influence??? What art thou taken in??? I was apologising for the typo in my post. I mispelt COLLEAGUES. Which brand is pushing you hard? Black, Red or Green (Johnie Walker that is)

-Derek-

Mrembo said...

okay anonymous YOU WIN....seriously i dont know how to read....!! am a fool as you said coz honestly i cant see where the article says PNU MPS went!!

Anonymous said...

WHY WOULD PNU MEMBERS BE ATTENDING RUTO'S FATHERS FUNERAL?? WHEN THEY WANT HIM OUT OF BEING NAMED IN CABINET?? DOESN'T MAKE SENSE TO ME??

AND IN ANY CASE WHEN YOU REPLIED?? YOU DIDN'T DIFFERENTIATE WHERE YOU MEANT PNU OR ODM ATTENDANCE?? THAT MEANS YOU WERE BEING CHEEKY!! OR TRYING TO CAUSE TROUBLE!!

Mrembo said...

deroo....sorry!!

the obvious part was for anonymous not you!! again i apologise.

Anonymous said...

who!!what?? pnu MP's attending Ruto's father's funeral?? kikuyus mafia at Ruto's home?? ha!ha!! wacha kunichekesha!! and it is like Ruto driving down the raod in Nyeri!! do you think he would come out alive??
hey get real fox!! Mrembo was asleep when her imagination run wild!! PNU Mafia in Kalejin Land after they have shit and vomited on their Son?? naaah!! it won't happen!!

Anonymous said...

i hear, no pnu mp showed up at ruto's dad's burial-hata hakuna cha kupretend!! that should tell you something right there!! and ati they were supposed to work together from tomorrow? dont make me laugh!!

Hey Mrembo
The fact that they agreed on power-sharing is not a love marriage but a marriage of convenience for both parties- so i don't see them visiting each other or attending each others weddings or funerals?? what made you think that??

deroo said...

Dead peopla and living MPs/politicians/scoundrels et al. Did Daniel Moi attend Hezekiah Oyugi's burial??? These people are funny. One is either sharpening a spear or using it. Either sharpeing it to kill his mate or using/actually kiling him. they are that bad. So whether they attend or not, it is still the same.

Goodnight!!! Off to the Pub anybody wishing to join me.

Remember I told you, HAMTATULIA FOR FIVE YEARS. HAKUNA KUTULIA. MAMBO ITAENDELEA HIVI FOR FIVE YEARS...

Miamka, swearing-in, miamka... cabinet named; mkiamka...cabinet sworn-in, mkilala muamke...mass action polisi babarani. Mkiamka, PM, hamjakaa vizuri, postponed...Hamtatulia mambo yakiwa hivi for five years

-Derek-

Anonymous said...

hey!! Mrembo:):) at list margret Wanjiru and haron Mwau attended and sh is a kikuyu- I'm glad tribalism was not a factor!! that tells us it is PNU which plays the tribal card!! Central province ordinary kikuyu's are fools to let their leaders continue down that road! where will they take the IDP's?? read on other blogs kikuyu's on there are calling other Tribes "APE'S" NOW!!! VERY VERY SAD!! this is what breeds hate- they may think it is ok to do it on cyber space but all over Kenya people are glued to blogs so imagine non- kikuyu's reading this??

Other leaders in attendance were MPs Margaret Wanjiru,Rachel Shebesh, Chris Obure, Dalmas Otieno, Otieno Kajwang, Eugene Wamanlwa,Lucas Chepkitony, Lornah Laboso, Margaret Kamar, Haruon Mwau, Fred Kapondi, Joshua Kutuny, Ababu Nmanwamba, Lucas Chepkitony, Abdi Noor, Lucas Kigen, Paul Otuoma among others.

Anonymous said...

Blogger deroo said...
give us the pub name we will join you there with Saitoti:) you "Apes" should be malizwad- we haven't finished with Mt. Elgon yet but you my friend is on our list of our unfriendly characters!!

Anonymous said...

hey deroo enjoy your pilsner or tusker and let us wait for the cabinet musicale chairs to end:)

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogger deroo said...
give us the pub name we will join you there with Saitoti:) you "Apes" should be malizwad- we haven't finished with Mt. Elgon yet but you my friend is on our list of our unfriendly characters!!


foolish character on here- Kenyans ain't scared or back to Kenyatta or Moi era we are past being intimidated so push off!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogger deroo said...
give us the pub name we will join you there with Saitoti:) you "Apes" should be malizwad- we haven't finished with Mt. Elgon yet but you my friend is on our list of our unfriendly characters!!


foolish character on here- Kenyans ain't scared or back to Kenyatta or Moi era we are past being intimidated so push off!

Anonymous said...

DOES ANYONE HAS NEWS?? WHETHER THEIRS IS A MEETING BETWEEN KIBAKI AND RAILA ON SUNDAY??? OR IS EVERYTHING DOOMED NOW??

Akala said...

It's Saturday night and some people commenting here are certainly high on something. They might be posting their comments from the pubs!

Wanjiku Unlimited said...

Anon 1.22 Kibaki and Raila are meeting tomorrow Sunday at 10.00 am.

Anonymous said...

odm should never have relented on mass action, civil unrest and disobedience, economic boycott, and continued until new all round acceptable cabinet is formed, institutional reforms and elections held.

truth is ODM have been conned big time, AGAIN, and AGAIN. and they still go back for more. time for ODM to pull out of the coalition is april-6-2008

Anonymous said...

the leader who will give kenya 20 or less member-cabinet will be the right leader, but kenyans have to vote for some one who is young and was not born during the colonial period, a leader who know the past and todays problems of kenya

Anonymous said...

Kenya does not need 40 Ministers and 80 assistant ministers.

Who will be paying them?

Are we first world or a developing country?. What`s our GDP as compared to the developed world?

Our ministers earn three fold the salary of western countries. Who pays them?

Is that the reason we have no electricity, water, good roads and health care.

KENYA NEEDS A REVOLUTION.

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