There is no denying the fact that PNU and ODM CANNOT work together. We can chose to close our eyes to this reality but it will eventually hit us hard mercilessly in the face. PNU has made it clear that surrendering Foreign Affairs and Local Government ministries amounts to cutting the President from the outside world and grassroots respectively. Leaves you wondering who is the boss? Goodwill is a distant rumour in all this charade. Only fraudulent and incompetent managers allow their subordinates to make decisions of the very juniors.
The implied malice couldn’t have come off more openly. The die is cast Kenya is struggling to come up with two government pulling in different directions with no common agenda but only united in their selfish interests. The war of inheriting Kibaki’s presidency is on and PNU can disguise it all the much they care with Kenyans are pawns.
What do you make of a president who goes on air to publicly promise an announcement complete with timing only to renege on the same without bating an eyelid? Kibaki has taken his forte of deception to new heights in the knowledge that his apologists will sanitize any rot from him in equally deceptive efforts to absolve him from blame. Well, you can fool some people some time but not all the people all the time. Even Mugabe with the tight noose on Zimbabweans’ necks didn’t see the power of SMS coming. Kenyans may be down under Kibaki’s weight but definitely not out.