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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Raise the Bar, Expose Kibaki’s Incompetence

Reverse logic has an uncanny tendency to look rosy and smell sweet yet underneath lies its potent poison. Take Kenya as a country and the dearth of leadership offered by pretenders to leadership as personified by one DECEPTIVE and INCOMPETENT Mwai Kibaki. Supporters of Kibaki can only succeed in offering his spineless apology by hanging on Raila’s every move. Kibaki’s loyalists live in self denial exemplified by their readiness to catch political cold anytime Raila sneezes.

Juvenile pride of comparing your dad’s hypothetical prowess with others is best and safe inside your skull until it is exposed for what it is. Kenyans have a president whose every move smells nothing but INEPTITUDE and incompetence. But tell that to Kibaki's loud-mouthed choir boys and girls and the only magic wand their hand can wave is comparative logic disguised as cleverly-clothed epithets that iss meant to gloss over the DECEPTIVE ways of their sorry face for a human being.

There are leaders and LEANERS. Our THIEF-IN-CHIEF Kibaki definitely belongs to the later category. Emilio’s supporters unwittingly subscribe to what the Germans call schadenfreude - that evil little pleasure you draw from your competitor’s slip (imagined or real) with the prime objective of covering your personal inadequacies. Theirs is akin to American Republicans rejoicing in the raunchy revelations about Bill Clinton and his favourite intern Monica Lewinsky.

Commanding deranged spouse
Often shallow criticisms of Raila among Kibaki’s loyalists amounts to lesser minds reducing a superior competitor to their level and promptly beating her with the primitive experience. Examples abound of schadenfreude among spectators of sport displayed overtly or covertly. Just ask any Chelsea or Arsenal fun what ails Manchester United and your cup will be left overflowing with litany of fictional inadequacies dressed as pseudo facts. The singular reason being poorly clothed envy –comeuppance, the great medicine for our own ills.

No great leader ever led by proxy nor innuendos. Reactionaries are best known for their gaffes and least for their creativity. Being proactive is an alien doctrine in their arsenal of vices. You cannot claim leadership of a country when your backyard is exclusively commanded by a deranged spouse who cannot be rehabilitated by the best doctors at Mathare mental facility.

Give Raila all the Roman Holidays (English version of Schadenfreude) you wish but the truth remains your idol for THEFT extraordinaire won’t smell any fresher. He may hide his LETHAL INADEQUACIES in such catchy buzzwords as delegation but none of that will sanitize his incompetence.

Even from her deathbed, she was determined to snatch away her best friend's husband

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44 comments:

Anonymous said...

Its amazing how we kenyans forget easy , now kibaki strides as though he did nothing.We should forever remember what this man did and thanks for unforgiving people like taabu we will never forget , enyewe this guy is the worst president ever hata afadhali moi , atleast we knew what was in his mind.

Anonymous said...

we need a root cause analysis of why ababu isis becoming a headache , is it true he is a pnu bitch?

Anonymous said...

what has made this man suddenly feel "safe" enough to come to kenya, i.e he is now assured that he will evade all manner of prosecution.

http://www.eastandard.net/news/?id=1143986589&cid=4&PHPSESSID=288684457312da2019064a00ff39bede

what is happening my kenyan brothers and sisters? we are fighting and abusing each others tribes and customs and well documented looters have audacity to return for more mischief. this man Kamani is linked to more scandals than can be tabulated and yet we continue to only hate each other on account of tribe.

kibaki cannot go after any corrupt person and they have now all learnt to hang on just long enough and kenyans will forget,


dick berg - forgotten in 3 months past all africa games
goldenburg - taken a while but patni is almost in the clear 10 years later so are all leaders implicated
mahindra jeep - 6 months after much kelele in mid 90s
anglo leasing - 6 months
stolen election - 4 months

the list goes on

UrXlnc

Sayra said...

UrXlnc

That is the kenyan reality show. We make a lot of noise for a while when things are bad. We get so much into the noise that we even forget why we were making the noise in the first place. And when we are done with the noise we somehow quickly go back to the 'usual' life.

Right now we are all into the hype of contributing for the IDKs (a good thing if you ask me) but i have not forgotten the contributions we made for the disabled in the late 1980s and for the youth in the late 1990s. Where did that money go?

Sayra said...

btw, i had forgotten the mahindra jeep ... lol ... those things were so fake they used to be overtaken by the mkokoteni ya punda ... and ati they were meant for the police to go after criminals.... enyewe tumetoka mbali, and the way ahead is hard.

Anonymous said...

Rising the bar in Kenya, will not help. Especially when Kibaki is still in Stolen Government.

My advice, the best thing is to keep moving the goal posts. Period.!

The man is so smart and sorrounded by the so called Mungiki, he will always go over the Bars if it`s necessary.

But changing the goal posts all the time, then I quote..

"Vision Microscope Exam.
Mungiki are listed in the encyclopedia of anthropology as direct descendants of Muturapithicus, a tobacco chewing, tree-dwelling species that roamed the forests of Mt. Kenya more than 20,000 years ago. The species is characterized by a sloping forehead, an overhanging brow, discoloured teeth, laboured intelligence and deep-seated hatred for anything female.

This guys are illitrate and will never realise the goal posts have been moved.

They will go jumping over the bars that will not be there. AND then it will be "Catch it, pants down.

Kazi iendelee.

It`s just a suggestion.

Anonymous said...

Mitisamba Masinde aka Woud Nyar Boro Rateng Ogengo.

Dhura, Ngima teri nade edala maduing ma DC?

Anonymous said...

anon5:11

sources say ababu has some good history with Martha karua- so get the drift??? what does that tell you? the rest of the ODM MP's have no idea of this past strong relationship between ababu and Karua- they are following blindly

Why don't they ask him?? the answer is in red!!

Anonymous said...

anon7:00 PM

ARE YOU SERIOUS?? I HAD RUMORS ON GROUND BUT DISCOUNTED THEM- I ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT TUJU WAS THE ONLY SOLD BIATCH!!! WHAT A PITY HE SEEMED TO BE AN UPCOMING SERIOUS MP - IF THE BADALANGI PEOPLE KNOW HE HAS SO;D THEM TO CENTRAL - HE WILL NOT MAKE A COME BACK IN 2012 - THAT IS THE REASON TUJU SAW HIS WAY OUT- EATING GITHERI WITH KIBAKI:)

I GUESS MARTHA KARUA MUST HAVE PROMISED HIM SOMETHING BIG- I HOPE NOT TO TAKE OVER FATHER WAMAGONDU'S POSITION::)
ABABU SHOULD KNOW THINK AGAIN- AFTER WHAT HIS PEOPLE WENT THROUGH???THEY WILL NOT BE FORGIVING TO KNOW HE IS LAYING IN BED WITH THE MOST DISLIKED MEMBER OF PNU-
MARTHA KARUA!!!

NO WONDER HE ABABU SEEMS TO BE SO SURE OF HIMSELF WHEN TALKING ON THE MEDIA- IT IS LIKE HE KNOWS MARTHA KARUA IS THERE TO GIVE HIM A POSITION IN PNU- SO WHY CAN'T HE DEFECT NOW?????

Anonymous said...

When i think abouth the Mungiki`s, i liken them with the British Mercenaries who wer were being sent all ll over India,China and then Africa to go and kill and maime innocent citizens so that the British people could steal their wealt for the the benefit of the King and the monarch.

According to history, all the white british Men and Women who were dispatched to the colonies were ex-prisoners, criminals who had had no value for human life. All they were out there to do is colonise, steal everything as much as possibble, die on the field if you survive good luck.

That`s what Kenya is dealing with as we speak. Jamaica and all the latin went past that already, they took care of them guys.

Anonymous said...

anon8:30 PM


????did you wake up dreaming of mungiki's^^^ hey did you see Saitoti said no discussions with mungiki?? wait for the mayhem in central province - trust me they are going to shut down everything again- i think central deserves it to since they having all that wealth?? why can't they help or share with this mungiki youths or look for a way to engage them in proper business practices??

if i were mungiki i would put pressure on those central elite goons!!


anon 8:03 PM

i was surprised when Raila said that Ababu should drop out of odm and seek a new mandate from his constituency on his own party ticket not odm!! now i understand why- normally Raila with intelligence he is good!! remember the Artur brothers?? he had it on them to the "T"- so if Ababu is in bed of roses with Martha Karua meaning he has been making deal then that is a sure way of trying to derail ODM!! and Raila should surely send him packing!!

no wonder JIRONGO IS SNIFFING AROUND?? DOES HE STILL HAVE A CASE TO ANSWER?? i WONDER BUT WITH KARUA ON HIS SIDE?? WHO KNOWS!!

Phil said...

"Kenyans have a president whose every move smells nothing but INEPTITUDE and incompetence. But tell that to Kibaki's loud-mouthed choir boys and girls and the only magic wand their hand can wave is comparative logic based cleverly-clothed epithets meant to gloss over the DECEPTIVE ways of their sorry face for a human being."

TELL THEM TAABU, TELL THEM!

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

Again you miss the boat. Frankly - why do you bring Lucy Kibaki into all this? Its not Kibakis wish that the lady is sick? Frankly Taabu - Why do you wish others what you cannot wish yourself? The other day you argued kyuks dying does not in any shame you - Why do you not have pain when is put on others. Hit Kibaki as muc as you can, but do not celebrate some ones illness. Its unafrican. Taabu why dont you move with the times? If we have 1000 of Taabus in this Kenya and God forbid - we would all be in our graves.

Taabu we are all unique in our own way. Wrong sometimes, and right sometimes.

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

You do not have to like Kibaki, but its important your realise he had 4 million votes just like rao - respect the voters who made their democratic choices even if you have no respect for the guy

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

That was a nice post, but you muddle it by celebrating lucy's illi health. Yawa, this was wrong?

Anonymous said...

Mbona Abaabu,

I have no time for the young proud man. He shall realise politics is a differnt ball game all together - All the same his crusade on official opposition makes sense. Rao and Kibaki should be checked, otherwise corruption will hit hard.

Move on Namwamba, Am on odmer myself and you are right. No one ncluding rao and bloggers here have given us any good reason why what you are doing is wrong.

Anonymous said...

Taabu and Phil,

Rao is calling for development and people to take loans and to learn to live in government. You are no longer in teh oposition. You his astitute disciples are calling for politics. Soon, he is going to drop you all. Phil - remember you are yet to become the ps. Teread easily on opposing Rao.

Knoppix! said...

Taabu as Ugandans might say,Welokamu Backa.I hope you still remember about our trip to Moscow,so make sure you have your ticket ready!I will buy the Vodoski that is if it intrests you!

The sentiments you have expressed are as valid as far as valid can get.Actually those are the words on many lips across Kenya right now.

Am even flabbergasted by the sudden return of one Deepak Kamani and his brother.This is the kind of impunity that we are seeing day in day out.Despite the protests from the public,everything in goverment goes on as if nothing is wrong.Now Kamani can sleep and dine in comfort having greased afew palms here and there with our very own money.What a shame!He sounds like he is likely to get immunity like Pattni!

We thought we could get a better governance but Like Taabu has said we have a pretender in the name of a president.What whoever elected him to do has taken a back seat and his energies are directed elsewhere in the name of reconciliation!

Am a sad man this morning!I hope RAO can sidestep and read Kibz the Riot Act 2008!

Anonymous said...

Taabu, you remember last year December 12th 2007 after Kibaki had given his campaign speech instead of giving us a jamuhuri day speech, did i not tell you that was PR exercise and you told me to go soft on Kibaki.
Kibaki was sleeping on the job, he reappeared again seeked our votes then he went back to slumberland. And you know what he not only slept but left his buddies and tribesmen milk us dry.
There was nothing new that Kibaki was going to offer us or were you expecting anything new from him? I wasn't !!!

Kibaki is a spent force the only place he will fit in is othaya telling his grandchildren bedtime stories.

Ivy

Anonymous said...

To argue with TAABU is to argue with a kindergarterner. Simply because some people criticised RAO he rushes to post something critical about Kibaki just to even scores. The post has nothing new besides the usual TAABU's laughter about others misfortunes - this time he is busy laughing about the alleged Lucy's mental illness. I will repeat what I have said before: TAABU is a trully troubled soul. When he is not preaching armageddon, he is spewing tribal diatribes, or laughing about deaths and illnesses of other fellow Kenyans. Those are not characteristics associated with normal people. Those who know and love him should help him seek some mental evaluation. And the earlier the better before we lose an otherwise promising Kenyan!!

Anonymous said...

Ababu's connection is Amos Wako who personally helped him opening the Chambers of Justice on December 4, 2002. Ababu was then only 29 years old.

He was born on December 23, 1973, to Kenyan peasants parents in the eastern Ugandan town of Jinja. His early years were marked by the chaotic aftermaths of Dictator Idi Amin's 1971 violent take over of power in Uganda. This is what subsequently forced his shaken parents to scamper back to the safety of their Kenyan motherland in 1977. Back in Kenya, he grew up in the little township of Port Victora......

While in High School, his friends and teachers joked that 'ambition' should have been his middle name. This arose from his virtual obsession with the 'think big' philosophy. As a School Captain and later as the Chairman of the Kenya Law Students Society (KLSS) he never missed the opportunity to stress the line that 'you are as big as your dreams'....

(excerpts of his own CV as presented to the US Embassy to second his scholarship to do a leadership and justice training programme in the US in 2005)....

Anonymous said...

anon12:28 AM

pnu domo we can post here and criticize kibaki all we want and Taabu well done- see this mouth piece that does not understand democracy!!kibaki controls even where they pee! i hear he sends saitoti to say no dialog with mungiki and behind the senses he is busy negotiating with them - what a coward!! i guess that is the best material kikuyu's can present in a impostor president we already know he failed in 2002-2007 and now he is in office by force doing more damage!! Taabu give us more!! facts and truth is the motto and central province can't stand it - just look at them when Raila farts they jump to smell it all over then they use daily nation and all blogs to describe the smell!! what a pity!!

Anonymous said...

12:59 AM

Ababu's connection is Amos Wako who personally helped him opening the Chambers of Justice on December 4, 2002. Ababu was then only 29 years

the above smells to me like pnu connections through Amos Wako!!like someone on here mentioned ambitions Ababu has a long standing relationship with Martha karua and now Wako?? it is getting more fishy as we move along to see where this ababu has become so arrogant in his position ?? doesn't he remind you of martha karua?? they even kind off look alike

is he kenyan or ugandan?? does Museveni have a hand in this??
this days you never know some uganda's at the borders normally calim being luo's just to get kenyan ID's and education opportunities!!!I wouldn't put it past this ababu guy being Ugandan- i'm going to dig deeper!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 12:28, then why read Taabu's post. Iam thinking Si you just ignore them and it will save you alot of time!!!!


Ivy

Daniel Waweru said...

Chaps (and chapesses),

Apologies for mentioning the AIDS statistics thing, and especially AIDS statistics by ethnicity. It was wrong and uncalled for. As Ivy said, it's a Kenyan problem, not an ethnic one.

M-Pesa said...

As if Raila and ODM never stole votes in Nyanza and murdered two innocent policemen in December..Duh! It's well documented by international observers that both political heavyweights stuffed their boxes, sorry but the better thief just did it slightly better, go hang!

Despite Arap Moi pumping trillions in his homeland for 25 years, the place still looks like a dump, wasteland and backwater..combined!

He went further and tried to obliterate key economic activities in the areas of his perceived enemies in Central etc, yet these areas flourished by re-inventing their sources of incomes because that's precisely what a savvy investor does, diversifying risks!

Despite Moi stealing elections a million times, his perceived enemies never burnt their own factories, shops, hospitals and homes. They just looked through patient eyes and went back to the drawing board before finally kicking his ass in 2002.

Now, that's the difference between US AND THEM...Some hot heads just never learn!


And they said the "Thief in Chief" won't last seven days. 5 months and still counting guys, don't hold your breathe. And just like river Kamene in 'The River Between,' we are never hurrying and never hesitating......

Anonymous said...

10:36 "You do not have to like Kibaki, but its important your realise he had 4 million votes just like rao - respect the voters who made their democratic choices even if you have no respect for the guy"

I guess you've been deep asleep since Dec 30th so, I shall do the honor of dropping knowledge aka enlightening you;
MWAI, THIEF IN CHIEF DID NOT GET 4 MILLION VOTES, THATS PNU DOMO!! C'MON HE BARELY MANAGED HALF THAT FIGURE...WHICH MAKES HIS ELECTION THEFT WORSE!!
WAKE UP CHILD!!!

Anonymous said...

M-Pesa you are so irrelevant!!!!!!
Do you get it?

Knoppix! said...

Ababu who was not in anyway connected to this post is to me what Koigi became after the 2002 elections.Actually the exact opposite of the later.

As it turned out his efforts were rewarded and he became an assistant minister.It was said here in one of the posts that his gimmicks had the full support of RAO how fat that goes is something we can wait and see.

But as for now he just remains parochial,just like his columns sounded in the standard.His theatrics are not new if the JAZZ we hear about his days at UoN are anything to go by.So i think the boy is proud and i suspect that is his way of celebrating.So no homecoming in his vocabulary coz he is already having one.Go Ababu go!!!!We are watching you.Dont step on RAO while you cruise.

Anonymous said...

Should anyone doubt Taabu's clarity on the matter, check out the folly & stupidity of one M-pesa!!!
Amazing how they, pnu rats manage to justify that shameless theft!
I guess M-pesa must have edited or "topped up" the obseervers reports, because other than "doubtful high voter turn out" which does not count for election theft, there is NO MENTION OF STUFFING OF BALLOTS OR ELECTORAL FLAWS IN ODM ZONES. M-pesa refund your primary school teachers...with your level of resoning, there's no way you got past that!

By the way, we wont hang, we'll continue to rub the stolen vote & useless "president" in your shrek like faces, then we will await your kinda responses, only then will we know for sure we hit where it hurts most...;):)

Anonymous said...

M-Pesa you know the difference between Moi and Kibaki? It is just plain simple....Kibaki stole from the wrong generation.Leta ingine

Can you really compare my old man's generation, in that these guys were finishing high school and the next day day they were sitting in some office and working....This one we have jamaas who maliza upto masters and they continue idling around... So what did you expect that Kibs snatch their only hope then they cheer him on? Amka
Goodness why am i doing these? just forgot

Ivy

Anonymous said...

Hey Anon 2:59 ....Relax on M-Pesa man that was too much...Be soft on him...You will end up touching a soft spot.
You know today he has removed the photo of Malcolm X beside his comments. You know it was an insult. I guess Malcolm was turning in his grave.....M-Pesa realx i was just joking

Ivy

Anonymous said...

Ivy lemme say I'm utterly intolerable to thieves...& a supporter of a thief, is also a thief, both deserve the very same punishment!!
I shall continue to bruise whenever I can..why the concern My dear & for M-pesa of all pple???

Anonymous said...

P.s Ivy, I forgot to add...I pray yours was plain sarcasm;)

HLumiti said...

While you are in the business of exposing Kibaki’s incompetence, do not forget to mention that the man who has joyously taken up the duty of propping him up again is none other than Raila. The supposedly ‘superior competitor’ has been out-foxed for the second time by the inept ‘pretender’ but, of course for the sake of peace, love and unity, we prefer to describe the under achievement as tactical retreat or enigmatic strategy or even statesmanship! We are therefore not offering enlightened support but engaging in sheer idolatry. So that even when our infallible hero is booed and heckled in his hometown for attempting to sanitize the Grand Kibaki Deception, we see it as his clever, crowd manipulation skills!

The way I see it, Raila in his ‘Principal’ wisdom, has taken on a fancy official title in a near impossible working environment. This calls for loads of ingenuity, but so far his actions are neither proactive nor creative, as symbolized by his half-a-loaf appointments. His passionate lambasting of Ababu Namwamba is a wee bit bizarre and, unfortunately, depicts him as a desperate status quo factotum. It demonstrates that he does not quite have even a general appreciation of the disparate individual motivations of his troops. He has not even presented any business for the house to transact/pass and is already roaring himself hoarse about ‘disgruntled people out to frustrate us’!

Kibaki has indeed found himself an indefatigable deck-hand.

Mcheku said...

Anonymous 5:10, where have you been? Every one knows Kibaki cannot lead if he was himself shepherded with a stick!

Anonymous 10.40 and Hlumiti, I have to say I agree with both of you, the Ababu thing is losing RAO a lot of points, if he's not aware.

Anonymous said...

Anon 3:17: precisely what else? I choose them wisely you know

Ivy

Thanks for Grwoing Up said...

Waweru, thanks for apologizing- apologies accepted.The earlier we stop trading tribal and personal jabs, the better. Even better, it'd be great when people realize their mistakes and say they are sorry.That's priceless. I strongly feel you are the reason Taabu made this post today. I hear he is a prof and you have a away of hurting his intellectual pride with you intellectualism. (That, I don't care about). Let's grow up, chaps and chapeses!

M-Pesa said...

5 years....5 months and still counting....

Go look yourself in the mirror and ask your sorry self..."Uta Do?".......

[Pstttt: Absolutely nuthin!]


Ndio maana tunasema.....


Kazi iendelee!


Leta ingine and stop sounding soooo yesterday yawa!

Taabu said...

@4:19 AM,
Thanks but no thanks. Ati Prof Taabu? Well, thanks for the elevation but I don't need to reinvent myself into a KITE. So have the capacity to visualize a HURT EGO? That must be a first one and would you please PATENT it. I DREAD being beaten by YOUR EXPERINCE, sorry for letting you down mate.

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

Then who are you? We know high high you are in ODM just like your friend potential permanent secretary. By the way advise Phil to be nationalistic, then i will make sure he is appointed.

Anonymous said...

4:33 am...hehehe, was that a PRIMARY SCHOOL RHYME???

p.s 2:59 am..spot on, that was classic!!!!!

Anonymous said...

daniel waweru and "thanks for grwoing?? up"

great display of maturity. this is what will lift us out of the mess.

UrXlnc

Anonymous said...

You need not expose the obvious

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