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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Made in Libya: Gaddafi Call Kibaki's Bluff

Kibaki must have seen it coming. Leader Gaddafi knows his turf and with the hindsight that there is NO MONEY to refund he is shamelessly reading a sitting president riot act in his own backyard. This must be the ultimate price for serial DECEPTION and FRAUD. Boy, and the bravado with which it is delivered beggars no remorse.

Diplomatic etiquette has been tossed out of the window. The head of Libyan delegation, a Mr Bashir, didn't even have to wait for the PPS to release a briefing. He went ahead to address, nay warn, Kenyans that the GR deal is a done deal and we can do nothing about it, file closed. Vintage Muamar Gaddafi is turning the knife deep inside where it hurts most. And his delegation couldn’t have come at a worse time just when the Cockar commission is starting to stage-manage an enquiry whose outcome is already typed and proof read. Okemo and his team can breathe all the fire under their belly but the the lever rest with Kibaki and and with embarrassment starring him right in the face, Parliamentary committees can go to hell on a one way ticket.

Mr Bashir couldn't have mastered his script so well. His brand of brinkmanship with which he delivered is akin to paying Kibaki with his own coin. The CBK boss will soon see his lid blown off after LYING to Okemo’s committee that the money paid for Grand Regency is there. Never mind the fact that the same good professor previously denied sell of the same. Gaddafi must be feeling vindicated in his LOW opinion of black African leaders. He has turned our marionette inside out and now he is airing him out to dry in shame.

Expoiting fraudulent leadership
The present drama is an act performed in arrears to complete the bloody script of ELECTION THEFT. Those who have been gleefully asking for proof of the same don’t have to ask any more. We haven’t see anything yet. The Libyans have proved to be smart economic mercenaries and they are out for a BIG KILL. With the CEO right in the mix, there is no escaping and they are surely having their way. Only in Kenya do we get a foreign country trashing on going investigations and commissions. Bashir has categorically dismissed outcome of any of these probes in advance by declaring that Libya is not bound by any such niceties. With the CEO under AUTO life, the looting and auctioning of property Kenya is guaranteed to gain momentum in earnest. Kazi na uporaji iendelee.

34 comments:

UrXlnc said...
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UrXlnc said...

wow

taabu that is a rather frightening and/or shameful piece of news ever. I would only hope that the EAS exaggerates the story

http://www.eastandard.net/InsidePage.php?id=1143991254&cid=4&

this is when we need those "kenya is a sovereign state" fellows (wetangula and karua). yes we should respect business deals but these cannot override govt ability to step in to protect kenyan wealth and property.

am also trying very hard to imagine or picture wetangula going to Libya and issuing a similar claim/threat? if yes, then sawa, if not, then this is beyond shameful

it is a serious denigration of our self esteem.

what a mess. Have we no more dignity? reminds me of the Artur business when he issued similar remarks.

I bet Jomo or Moi would have responded the same Jomo did way back in the 70's when Amin made an attempt to bulldoze his way

this is in kibaki's court.

Anonymous said...

Nothing can describe the sickening feeling am wrestling with right now. Does this feeling remind anyone of the electoral theft?

Let Kibaki carry his own cross.

kalamari said...

urxInc,
Well, if Wetangula attempted the same in Libya, he would be put in a jail where the bottom of his feet would be lashed for days. In Kenya, we accord these arrogant Libyan idiots VIP status. Instead of embarrassing us like this, si Gaddaffi should have just made a personal call to Kibaki.

Taabu,
The winner in this new development is Kimunya. I say this because; whether we like it or not, the various investigative commissions really have no choice now but to produce clean bills of health. You are about to see the greatest event in backtracking. Even Orengo will soon start singing of Kimunya’s incorruptible ways.

As far as pride, well, we must be reminded about how small we really are in terms of international clout. Just because we win the Boston marathon and have a few lions in Tsavo does not mean we have big marbles. In the international landscape, we really are hapless villagers…and Kibaki is our village elder.

The good out of this: Kenyans can unite against this Libyan arrogance whether we loose the hotel or not. At this point, any Kenyan unity is good for our healing process.

Anonymous said...

Recent HIV statistics in Kenya by province;

The survey indicates HIV prevalence in Nyanza at 15.3, Nairobi 9.0, Coast 7.9 per cent, Rift Valley 7.0, Western 5.1, Eastern 4.7 per cent, Central 3.8 per cent and North Eastern 1.0 per cent.

hope molasses Raila does something about his brothers in Nyanza...the thing abt omena for sex is not working well...

hope the likes of Taabu won't call this a PNU thing...read ua standard for more

Anonymous said...

kalamari you raise an interesting point which is confusing me to no end

was it an inter govt. arrangement (which i read to mean president to president) or a private bid with a favored libyan investor accorded elevated privileges (contrary to expectations of the privatization act)

what is clear is that the deal was cashed out in May so by June guys were wiping or had wiped their mouths while denying or cooking up stories that a deal was in the works.

wonders never cease. but the distaste of being spat on in your own country, aaiisshh.

papa plus said...

What is the big hollabaloo? It's only freaking Grand Regency Hotel. It's not part of the ocean, or Lake victoria or even one of our marathon runners or any of our natural assets. It's just a hotel.

The world is changing into a village where anyone can own anything anywhere as long as they have the money.

We only have ourselves to blame for bungling yet another straight forward exercise. This is nothing new. If Kimunya and his cohorts could not get a simple selling and buying venture straight, then that is their fault.

Anonymous said...

anon 6:22,

thanx for the info. seems nyanza tops yet again for the wrong reasons. do luo's really have to be that sexually illiterate as to engage in unprotected sex?
raila (ooh, molasses raila) was in that occasion and he should have led by example by taking a HIV test in public......

hope he did't infect passaris when they had a fling as reported in Chris's raw notes.

Anonymous said...

OMIGOD!! I am seething with anger after reading this article. How can this be...this is unbelievable! This guy has just come into our house and defecated right in the middle of our living room!! The Kenyan people must show him that this is there property and not the for the hacks that sold it to them fraudulently! Jeez we have sank so low as a country. I sense the 'these black monkey's" mentality from them...

coldtusker said...

well... now we know who the real mdoss is... it ain't kibz or raila...

Vikii said...

And what is it the Libyans did wrong?

What is wrong with buying a hotel in another country?

What is wrong with letting the seller know that you do not entertain bad press about a property you legally and properly own?

I do not have any opinion on this,man. Just asking questions.

Anonymous said...

ODM script, chase away investors from the east and invite the west. thats why raila molasses is a western stooge.....even heard him luring investors from the east? i din't think so. the west failed Kenya during Moi's era, we dont want them now!!!!

of course we dont expect shallow minded taabu to see things in another angle than what the press feeds him.

Anonymous said...

And MAMBO BADO ON THE OTHER SIDE KIBAKI IS IN A MARRIAGE WITH MUSEVENI WHO IS PLANNING A CHEMICAL WAR-FARE ON KENYANS AND HIS OWN UGANDANS( SADDAM HUSEIN USED IT ON THE KARDIS)

KIBAKI SHOULD TELL KENYANS IF THIS IS PART OF THE DEAL HE HAS WITH MUSEVENI?? ON ONE SIDE GADDAFFI AND ON THE OTHER SIDE A MAD MAN CALLED MUSEVENI BUYING CHEMICAL WARFARE???

KENYANS DO NOT OWE GADDAFFI OR MUSEVENI A CENT- LET KIBAKI AND CRONIES CARRY THEIR OWN CROSS

KENYAN CITIZEN WILL GO INTO GRAND REGENCY HOTEL AND LIVE THERE- WHAT WILL GADDAFFI DO??? SHOOT ALL OF THEM????
LET HIM TRY!!!
July 29, 2008
Museveni aide 'bought chemical, bio weapons'



Monitor correspondent


London

A Danish national appeared before a London court on Monday on charges
of transferring chemical and biological weapons to Mr Ananias
Tumukunde, an aide to President Museveni who has been in the custody
of British authorities for several weeks on charges of money
laundering.

Mr Niels Jørgen Tobiasen, 55, who appeared before the Southwark Crown
Court for a pre-trial hearing, is a director in a Copenhagen-based
firm that supplies sophisticated software and hardware to armed forces
in the United States, Great Britain, Nato, and to more than 20 other
countries.

He is suspected of having dealings with Mr Tumukunde, a Ugandan
diplomatic passport holder, who was arrested in the UK on April 3,
charged with five money laundering-related offences, and remanded at
Hamondsworth Prison. Mr Tobiasen was arrested on July 17 in London
after a two-month investigation, and three months after Mr Tumukunde
first appeared in court.

Mr Tumukunde was not in court on Monday when Mr Tobiasen appeared
before Southwark Crown Court but prosecutor David Levy asked Justice
Martin Beddoe to have the two suspects appear in court together when
trial starts on August 22.

According to the indictment seen by Daily Monitor, it is alleged that
between April 1, 2007 and April 4, 2008, Mr Tobiasen "conspired
together with Ananias Tumukunde and Lt. Col. Rusoke Tagaswire to
transfer, acquire, use or have possession of criminal property" in
contravention of Britain's Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. Prosecution
says Mr Tobiasen "on the 15th day of January 2008 transferred criminal
property, namely Chemical and Biological weapons".

Lt. Col. Tagaswire, a Uganda People's Defence Force officer, is still
at large. A bio-chemist with a degree in toxicology, Lt. Col.
Tagaswire was part of the team appointed by President Museveni last
year to investigate the suspicious death of Brig. Noble Mayombo who
died after a sudden and intense illness that aroused suspicion of
poisoning. The report of their findings has not been made public.

During Mr Tumukunde's last appearance at Southwark Crown Court, the
prosecutor, Mr David Whitaker, alleged that Uganda's diplomatic
mission in London was not cooperating in the case against President
Museveni's adviser. Uganda's High Commissioner to London Joan
Rwabyomere denied the claim in an interview with Daily Monitor.

"Yes, we received the questionnaire from [the Crown Prosecution
Service]. I forwarded the questionnaire to the Attorney General in
Kampala but we haven't received the response," Ms Rwabyomere said.

Deputy Attorney General Freddie Ruhindi claimed the office had not
received the questionnaire and referred inquiries about the two
Ugandan officials back to the high commission in London. The High
Commissioner and her deputy, Ms Mumtaz Kassam, were not available for
comment.

The army and the government yesterday denied any wrongdoing but
pledged to cooperate with the investigators. The Presidential Guard
Brigade Spokesman, Capt. Edson Kwesiga, said; "It's true Lt. Tagaswire
is one of us but it's not right to say he has connections with Mr
Tumukunde. We are more than willing to help the investigators in this
case with any information they may require."

The Minister of Information, Mr Kirunda Kivejinja, said yesterday: "We
want to identify the actual mission he (Tumukunde) had gone for, but
as government we don't do clandestine work. We will assist in giving
any information they (investigators) want…."

Ms Kassam and President Museveni's legal aide Fox Odoi have been seen
outside the London courthouse where Mr Tumukunde is being tried.
Lawyers working for the Kampala government have separately asked court
to either drop the charges against Mr Tumukunde or have him released
on bail but on both occasions, the judges have concurred with
prosecutors; Mr David Levy and Mr David Whitaker that Mr Tumukunde
should remain in custody as investigations continue. Each count
against Mr Tumukunde carries a maximum sentence of 14 years in jail.

Chemical and biological weapons are considered weapons of mass
destruction. The release of nerve agent sarin in a Tokyo subway in
1995 was a rare terrorist chemical attack while the mailing of anthrax
bacteria to government and news media offices in the United States in
2001 is one of the most recent examples.

Uganda is a signatory to both the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention
and the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention which prohibit the use of
these types of weapons due, in part, to the indiscriminate nature of
their lethal effects.

Adam

Anonymous said...

ANON6:22 PM
WEWE MPUMBAVU SANA AND NOW YOU WANT US TO GIVE YOU STATISTICS OF HOW MANY KIKUYU'S HANG THEMSELVES WHEN THEY FIND THEY ARE HIV POSITIVE??

LET US GO COUNT THE GRAVES IN THE LANGATA CEMETERY- THERE ARE MORE THAN 20% kikuyu's buried all over kenya death by hanging and drinking poison- like we all don't know the treatment for HIV in central?? =poison=death

now go tell kibaki to carry his on cross you skunk!!

Anonymous said...

anon7:36 PM

You are another of the theives in kenya- ati just a hotel??? you fool do you know where the money to build it come from??
let me remind you it was stolen from us the ordinary kenyans- not your father the thief called kibaki- to us it is not just a hotel- go tell that thief called kibaki to return the money gaddaffi gave him for elections-

Libya will not play with ordinary kenyans -Gaddaffi can threaten kibaki bit not kenyans- we will go and sit and drink and sleep in Grand Regency - let him try to remove 30,0000 ordinary kenyans from the grand regency wait and see - he has not felt the wrath of kenyans who's tax money was stolen to build this hotel- kibaki should step down with immediate effect
he belongs in kamiti - how dare he sell a property that belongs to the kenyan tax payers without permission-
those days are gone and Libya should get out of kenya now- close their embassy now- who the f.....k do they think they are ???

out out out!!

Anonymous said...

LIBYA EMBASSY SHOULD BE CLOSED DOWN IMMEDIATELY AND THE PRESIDENT AND THE PM SHOULD STEP DOWN!

HOW DARE THEY ALLOW LIBYA TO GRAND STAND ON THE GRAND REGENCY AND ABUSE THE KENYA SYSTEM WHICH HAS BEEN FORMED TO FOLLOW ON THE CASE.

ALL THIS PEOPLE ARE BEING PAID BY THE KENYAN TAX PAYERS HUGE SALARIES-

WHY ARE WE PAYING THEM ?? KIBAKI AND RAILA IF LIBYA CAN RUBBISH THEM LIKE THIS??

THIS IS UN ACCEPTABLE- BOTH KIBAKI AND RAILA SHOULD STEP DOWN

THEY ARE NOT DOING THE JOB THE KENYAN PEOPLE ASKED THEM TO DO AS A COALITION GOVERNMENT.

1. REMOVE CORRUPTION AND DEAL WITH ALL PENDING CASES

WHAT ARE OUT TWO LEADERS TELLING US??

DOES LIBYA CONTROL KENYA??

HAS KIBAKI SOLD KENYA TO LIBYA??


KENYANS SHOULD GO ON STRIKE AND DEMONSTRATE - AGAINST THE LIBYAN EMBASSY BEING IN KENYA

FORMER PRESIDENT MOI CHASED THEM OT BEFORE AND THEY SHOULD BE CHASED OUT AGAIN.

WE KENYANS DO NOT NEED LIBYA IN KENYA-
KWANI THEIR MONEY IS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER INVESTORS????

TIME OUT LIBYA GET OUT OF KENYA
NOW WE US ORDINARY KENYANS CITIZENS ARE VERY PISSED OFF-

IF YOUR BEEF IS WITH KIBAKI- GO DEAL WITH HIM AS AN INDIVIDUAL BUT YOU CAN NOT TAKE THE GRAND REGENCY HOTEL BY FORCE- IT IS NOT YOURS TO TAKE- IT BELONGS TO THE KENYAN PEOPLE-
WHY??

BECAUSE IT WAS BUILD WITH MONEY STOLEN FROM THE KENYANS PEOPLE SO IT BELONGS TO THEM PERIOD!!

Ivy said...

Na bado, and the quest has just began.

A new commission of inquiry should be formed ASAP to investigate why Gaddafi anakaa ngumu..

So Kibaki agreed that the Libyans can come and invest in Kenya, can i also go and invest in Libya? Just wondering

Anonymous said...

9:53 PM
Vikii
only a thief like kibaki can see nothing wrong - i guess vikii you are so used to doing shoddy business and stealing from other kenyans that of course you can't see or smell looting or a thief right in front of your nose -why is that??because you are a thief too...

Grand Regency is not and does not belong to KIBAKI or his daughters Judy and Winnie or his son David-
grand Regency Hotel was build with money stolen from Kenyans and legally it belongs to the kenyan people- the government was only a trustee and seems to be a trustee that failed to protect the interests of the kenyan people and decided by the order of kibaki the thief to sell the Grand Regency to his buddy Gaddaffi- for some election funds
i repeat kibaki had no right to sell Grand Regency!!it was not his to sell

The hotel must be returned to the kenyan public and as for Gaddaffi and Libya they are not welcome in Kenya- like the other blogger said on here- the Libya embassy must be shut down immediately.

Libya kitu gani??? kwani who do they think they are??
Kenya is not Uganda!! where Museveni has sold all Uganda heritage to Libya
go check all that Libya owns in Uganda and as for kibaki- he better start packing his bags- Libya is waiting for him and Vikii you can join him there since you can smell each other and share the same trade as "thieves".

Anonymous said...

LIBYA EMBASSY MUST BE SHUT DOWN- WE DON'T NEED LIBYA IN KENYA!!
KENYA IS NOT UGANDA.....

GRAND REGENCY BELONGS TO THE ORDINARY KENYANS - SINCE IT WAS BUILD WITH MONEY STOLEN FROM THE KENYAN PEOPLE.

KENYANS WE MUST FIGHT FOR WHAT IS OURS- NO LIBYA COUNTRY CAN COME IN KENYA TO SMEAR MAVI ON OUR FACES

HOW DARE THEY-
KIBAKI AND RAILA MUST STEP DOWN,
I AGREE WITH WHAT KENYANS ARE SAYING ON THE GROUND - THAT BOTH KIBAKI AND RAILA HAVE LET KENYANS DOWN-
HOW DARE THEY ALLOW LIBYANS TO DICTATE TO US IN OUR OWN COUNTRY???? HOW DARE THEY!!!
THEY MUST STEP DOWN OR ELSE CLOSE THEY LIBYAN EMBASSY IN KENYA NOW!! HAPANA KESHO ....NOW.

SISI NI WA DUME WA KENYA
WE WILL NOT TAKE THIS LIBYA ABUSE LAYING DOWN -NO WAY..

Anonymous said...

libya out libya get out of kenya
grand regency hotel is not your- take back your stupid money and get out of kenya

where are our MP's?? have they gone to sleep?? Ababu ?? Jirongo?? and the rest where are you to lead kenyan on to take over the grand regency?? hey many kenyans have no food or even clean water to drink.

all you need to say to kenyans is welcome back to your hotel the Grand Regency- build with money stolen from you some years ago-
you will get more than 1,000,000 rush in to get room, food, space to call theirs

Mp's?? what are you waiting for?? call on kenyans citizens to come and take over the hotel- we kenyans are so angry with this saga we are ready to take over- tell the Libyans to get out.

Anonymous said...

The legal position of this sale is quite interesting: The Hotel was never the property of the Kenyan Government, so it also should/could not be sold by the Government. It had been used as a collateral for a loan with the Central Bank. So in reality it is Central Bank of Kenya owning or at least having a legal saying in the hotel. Again, legally also Central Bank did not really own it. Also Pattni was wrong in claiming that he passed it over as part of his deal for amnesty because also did not own the hotel anymore. Orengo knows all this because he was at a certain time involved in some of these proceedings in his capacity as a lawyer. And lasts but not least, also Gaddafi is wrong to say that he bought the hotel legally because he signed the deal with the wrong parties. But knowing Gaddafi, he will give a dam. What is his, is his and will stay his. Just look what he did with the Swiss: Only because his son was accused for having attacked some employees of the hotel he was staying in (by the way, his reason for being in Switzerland was the fact that his wife wanted to give birth to their first child in a Swiss Clinic because she does not trust the medical situation at home), Gaddafi switched off the Oil Supply to Switzerland, threw out several Swiss Businessmen, arrested others and put their companies and properties under receivership and asked the Swiss Ambassador to leave the country. This is Gaddafi at its finest!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:29 PM - leave Ababu out of this. He is not a business lawyer and has zero experience in such matters. He was only involved in some Human Rights cases while working for the Chambers of Justice, a position he gave up when entering politics. Only experienced lawyers like Orengo, Muite and some others of their stature could shed light into the Grand Regency mess. Only they would have the courage to face somebody like Gaddafi.

Mwikali said...

That Gaddafi can send his bag carriers to publicly tell us where to stick our legal niceties shows his absolute contempt for the fat boy from Othaya. Morally this is on the same level as the rapist who tells the court that his victim deserved the assault. We are being punked in our own home and the fat boy is holed-up in State House.

You have to wonder what other corner of our beautiful country the fat boy has flogged-off to the mannerless Libyans.

Ivy said...

Mwikali

Yes we are being punked in our own home by the Libyans, and the fat is not holed up in statehouse. He allowed us to be punked. Si uliambiwa it was a gentleman's agreement

Anonymous said...

Anon 11.48, you are wrong about orengo and muite being good commercial lawyers. These are just politicians. CBK has hired a team of good lawyers (murgor, oraro and gatonye). Same with kimunya who is represented by githu muigai. Fellas, this is a legal issue and the cockar commission will sort it out.

sbacrest said...

It's easy to deal with these Libyans. Let them keep the hotel but revoke and deny any and all licenses required to legally run a hotel in Kenya...simple.

Anonymous said...

sbacrest i think your is the best idea....Gadaffi will be force to employ Kenyan and pay them well or let us just boycott anything from Libya...from Oil to their hotels

Anonymous said...

Reading the comments one, tends to think that the Libyans stole the Grand Regency from Kenyans. alas, was it not our Government that sold it to them, are we barking at the wrong tree. why the hell are we faulting the Libyans rather than blame our elected officials...
Thoh! my dear kenyans are we this stupid!! where is our capacity to see beyond our noses? Kibaki and his team should be held accountable, like they should have been on one too many occasions...

Lakini come election time, like some really dumb, I mean really really dumb people, we will elect the same thieves again and again and again...questioning our capacity to think is not entirely out of the question!

Ps. watching too much Fox news is not healthy, do not believe everything the western media says about Libya!

Ken ...

papa plus said...

Anon 10:55

You can cry all you want but the milk has already been spilled. It looks to me like the Libyans did not agree to collude with the corrupt Kenyans in the sale of this hotel. They simply paid the asking price.

You are over estimating your importance on the world stage my friend. Libya has money. More so since they mended relations with the US. Kenya has no money. The little that they have they steal in juvinile deals that are paper thin and easy to see through.

My personal opinion is that the Grand Regency has been a curse and a stain on our map. It was always mired in mystery. I would blow it up and erect the office of ethics or something that stands against what is the current culture of corruption in Kenya.

Anonymous said...

This article is not telling any truth about what the Libyan envoy said. I have watched the NTV video clip and the guy just said the deal was clean and the parties concerned were Kenyan government and Libyan Government. He further stressed that the two governments were not above the law and they would return the hotel if proved of any wrong doing after investigation.
Where did Taabu got his story?

papa plus said...

I got my story from reading the EA Standard. The NTV clip was the interview at Grand Regency but Standard was talking about the meetings held between PM and President.

I hate to return to the last elections but am not suprised that such deals happen in Kenya. We are always returning money for deals gone sour. And the Kibaki administration sees nothing wrong if the money is returned. I fail to understand how they can do somethings so right but mess up so much on others. Just like how they added zeros to vote numbers, they tend to have a laisse faire attitude towards corruption.

If you are going to do something underhanded, do it well. These guys always seem to chemusha!

Anonymous said...

PESA ILITUMIKA KWA COMPAIGN, PERIOD. WE HAVE A DULY ELECTED PRESIDENT, GO HANG. REFINERY HAS BEEN SOLD , PIPELINE AND NOW WE WORRY ABOUT GRAND REGENCY.

Anonymous said...

Why are people annoyed at the Libyans? Did they waltz into Kenya and grab the GR? They paid the price that the Govt of Kenya asked for it. Did Kibaki and his minions sign these agreements at gunpoint or with timed explosives in their pants? Let's hold the crooks b.k.a public officials accountable instead of turning this into an issue about sovereignty. It's the Kenya govt's job to safeguard it's interests and those of its citizens. Kibaki didn't think much of it when he decide to give it away for questionable value but somehow Gaddafi is the problem here???? If Kibaki had not tried to act like he had no clue what happened and engaged in a futile public relations exercise, this diplomatic muddle would not have ensued. If someone sold you a house according to the agreed upon terms and then started acting like there was some impropriety to be investigated when they blessed the deal, wouldn't you feel the need to check them as well? The question is, given the public outrage over this, why if the money is sitting at CBK hasn't the government simply rescinded the sale and wired back the money to Tripoli? Isn't that how Kibaki does things? Just give the money back and let's move along?! Of course that can't happen because the money was spent. That's what people should be outraged about not a party to a sale asserting their rights to a property they paid for. And, the Libyans aren't doing anything the govt hasn't shown them they can't do in Kenya.

I agree with the anons who mentioned some Kenyans exaggerated sense of importance on the world stage. From some of these comments one would think Kenya is a member of the G8 and not one of the poorest countries in the world.

Anonymous said...

KIBAKI SOLD GRAND REGENCY TO GADDAFFI FOR FUNDS FOR HIS 2007 ELECTIONS.

MY QUESTION IS WHERE IS THE PROOF OF MONIES DEPOSITED EXCEPT FOR THE 10% DOWN PAYMENT BY LIBYA??


CAN SOMEONE SHOW KENYANS WHERE THAT 2.7 BILLION IS?? IN WHICH ACCOUNT??


AFTER WHICH IT CAN BE HANDED RIGHT BACK TO LIBYA

THEN CLOSE THEIR EMBASSY IN KENYA

KICK THEM OUT

LIKE FORMER PRESIDENT MOI DID

LIBYA IS A THREAT TO KENYA


SEEING LIBYA'S BEST FRIENDS

UGANDA'S MUSEVENI IS GOING AROUND

BUYING CHEMICAL & BIO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION..

WHO WAS MUSEVENI PLANNING TO GAS????

KENYANS ASK YOUR SELVES THOSE QUESTIONS...

LIBYA+ UGANDA= KENYA'S DESTRUCTION


KENYANS WAKE UP!

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