The Mungiki menace couldn't have come at worse time for Kibaki. The only thing going for Mwai Kibaki since he became Kenya’s president in 2002 is serial jumps from one crisis to another. You don’t have to be superstitious to see the jinx starting from being sworn in at Uhuru Park on a wheel chair to the tumultuous 2003/4 following his trashing of the MOU. The referendum in 2005 was the icing of the crisis cake. Kibaki’s deceptive ways have made him a magnet of bad lack.
Nature truly pays handsomely and promptly in kind. You don’t sup with the devil only to turn around and disown the master of hell. The present Mungiki outrage is chicken coming home to roast. The murder of Mrs Njenga was the much-needed spark to vent anger on a deal gone sour. The poor folks cannot allow themselves to be flashed down the toilet loyally playing MACHETE men in the post election violence.
Fraud props jinxes
Nobody can trust the Kenyan police force anymore given their selective pumping of live bullets in particular sections of the country. Their penchant to execute is well documented. But your guess is as good as mine who between the police and Mungiki would rape and behead a woman. Mrs Njenga’ slaying bears all the hallmark of Mungiki’s grotesque and nefarious murderous orgies.
Calamities, jinxes and bad omen often have higher affinity to visit willing souls weaned on deception and indecision. Mungiki is no ragtag militia as Kibaki would want us to believe. The recent clandestine move by the government to recruit them into the police force is akin to sharpening the very knife whose blades will soon severe the veins of your throat. But this is Kenya where Maina Kiai can only be a hero if he keeps quiet at the sight of electoral theft.
Leaders worth their name lead from the front anf by example. Following institutionalized impunity by none other than the president himself who outrightly raped Kenyans via ELECTORAL THEFT, you cannot expect any justice from any law enforcement arm. The policemen would resort to illegal shortcuts to save themselves time and resources. One thing if for sure: the kidnapping of Mrs Njenga was too complex for ordinary thugs.
Mungiki couldn't have asked for a weighty, dependable and moneyed patronage than a whole deputy prime minister. We haven’t seen the last fangs and bloodletting from Mungiki. The monster is already mutating to maul her own. They can cool their heels through extortion when prudent and calm but remain on the ready to be called to political duty when necessary. It is called scratch my back and I scratch yours. Today’s extra-judicial killing must be the collateral damage in this evil scheme of Kenyan politics.
PS: We blaze trail, others follow, BUT DO WE SAY?(http://www.eastandard.net/news/?id=1143984861&cid=159)