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Saturday, August 09, 2008

A Regime Oozing Corruption From All Orifices

One may be forgiven for imagining that Kibaki’s administration is jinxed to serial economic frauds. In the last three months, fraudulent deals hitherto cemented before last year’s elections are continuously being exposed. From the bar-talk-never-sold-actually-sold-above-board Grand Regency to the stinking Rift Valley Railways. The RVR is promising to be GRANDER than Goldenberg and Anglo Leasing before it. Leaves you wondering whether any asset sitting on asset Kenya will be left standing by 2012.

With enterprising Libyans shamelessly reading riot act at DULY ELECTED in his own backyard, we may as well consider ourselves collective squatters in our own country. The breakneck speed at which everything Kenyan is being nationalized (nay auctioned) smells everything except honest privatization. The players are so smart in taking advantage of the imperial presidency and state law offices such that no legal lose end is left. Any administration in the future trying to recover or retrace any of these mega scams will be permanently entangled in legal webs with all manner of serial constitutional references.

The rate at which fraud is popping at every crevice in Kibaki’s administration is proof enough of how elaborate the scheme to auction Kenya has been. But trust fraud and deception to hit back in vengeance as evident in the turmoil in Safaricom shares. While pedestrian economists gloated about their acumen to make a killing during the IPO, they will remain blind to the dead end of the path they chose. But again those asking pesky question in a room full of the smell of money have been derided as the epitome of lazy bones. Let industrious Kenyans reap the maggots hatching from the eggs they zealously bought and protected.

Wages of economic sin
So how many fires can a regime start and fan in a single term of office? It appears while Moi was ruining Kenya, the present vultures were salivating, scheming and bidding their time. It took Moi more than two decades to bring us to our knees. Contrast that with the monstrous looting in less than six years and you get DECEPTIVE INDUSTRY redefined. The Grand Coalition must be the Achilles heels to the smooth looting highway that has seen elite looters cruising at formula one speed in the last five years.

The present power elite have economics as their stock in trade and Kenya as the collateral. But despite this mad rush to primitive wealth accumulation at the expense of the rest of Kenyans, the evil schemes will come back to haunt their perpetrators. They may rape Kenya to her bare bones but the sins will definitely catch up with them in the long run. They will be made to pay for the numerous crimes they committed as collateral in pursuit of economic might. This may take time in years but as sure as the sun rises in the east these scoundrels will pay big time in the fullness of time.

32 comments:

Anonymous said...

There seems to have been a mad rush to nyakua as much as possible before the expiry of Kibaki's term.

Mzee Moi once said - umepatiwa ng'ombe na unakamua na gigombe.

These people seems to have taken a cue from this statement which explains why everyone is out with a bucket and not a kikombe. Unfortunately for them, the cow has kicked and spilled whatever little they had in the bucket.

Serves them right. we want to see more milk spilling.

Anonymous said...

Taabu after a very good patriotic article the other day, today you are back to soiling Kibaki's tenure. Shows how difficult it is to 'detribalise' our ways of thinking, isnt it Taabu?
First you seem only to select issues which have been sexed up by the partisan media and quoting them like the gospel truth. a quality of a gossip journalist that you have well depicted in this article. second, you want to paint a picture that corruption under 24 years of Moi's misrule is surpussed by the 'Corruption' under Kibaki. a concept coined from a well lubricated ODM campaign machinery. reminds me of the children of Israel on the way to the promised land. they in many ways than one told Moses that Egypt was better for they would eat and drink. by the time they got to the promised land, God had wiped the ungrateful generation from the sojourners.
Moral of the story, be careful what you wish for for it might come true...



Kumekucha Prefect

Anonymous said...

Why is Chris? and where is his weekend exclusive.
If he is dead let someone inform us, we have the right to know.

Anonymous said...

Hey thisss usually ODM blogs + akiina jukwaa have totally ignored the KNHRC report on PEV kwanini?...Kris si utoboe nimeharakisha kuja hapa for the names of the ministers na wengineo ama saa hii utaki kusema ..bure kabisa

Tembo said...

During the forthcoming snap elections please vote with your brains.Do not flock like sheep.

Vikii said...

Taabu, uko fiti lakini? Are you O.K, bro? Seriously? If something is wrong, please let me know, sawa?

Hakujakucha said...

have i read this post before? I like the post because it doesn't try to sanitize any of the three major goons wrecking economic havoc in Kenya. For that I must say kudos. Hope the 'god' worshippers are able to objectively respond to the post.

Hakujakucha said...

For those wondering about Chris' whereabouts, just wanted to let you know that there is a small problem. Some jack seems to have reported his Nigerian scam tactics to the authorities. He is supposed to be out on bond on monday.

Any of you who may have fallen for his 'Raw Notes' scam should just let it be. I do understand that he promised they will be free in public but as soon as you send your email, he hit you with a request for $20. Well, he also started selling imaginary Kumekucha shares ... idiots who fall for any of these two scams should just shut up and sing.

Anonymous said...

I hate taabu!

Anonymous said...

Hakujakucha,

Are you the same one trying to woo people to your site?

I foresee that as another of the many Okuyu/Pnu sites. While still waiting for clientele, you might want to take refuge in other okuyu sites like mashada, misterseed etc.

SAWA?

Onyango Oloo said...

Anon 5:20
Much as I despise this hakujakucha guy, i don't think he is okuyo... i read a stupid post on his site... he hates Kibaki, hates Raila, hates Kalonzo... he simply hates everyone.

He is a sick bastard. Nobody should visit his website.

OO

Anonymous said...

OO @ 6.48, he has even moderated his site so we cannot visit the site without his permission. I think there is something fishy about this Hakujakucha guy.

Anonymous said...

anon 1:48, Chris found a new love in US so he is being pampered by his new lady. Allow him to enjoy new love after all you got Taabu, Shaddy, Ritch, Phil and Kalamari so let him enjoy the goodies.

Anonymous said...

anon 7:01
u must be talking about a diff. site. i was just there. the loser has a post for personals! i agree with OO.

Anonymous said...

ati a certain community works hard? wapi. ni waizi tu.


http://kbc.co.ke/story.asp?ID=51751
Grand Regency Valuation took only three hours, commission told
Written By:Judy Maina , Posted: Fri, Aug 08, 2008

The chief government valuer in the ministry of lands Antony Itui was on
Friday put to task to explain how he arrived at the 2-billion shillings
figure as the going price for the Grand Regency hotel.
Itui told the Justice Majid Cockar Commission into the saga that being under
pressure from the commissioner of lands, he opted for the contractors method
which involved inspecting the cost of the building and its surroundings, a
process that took only three hours.
He said the inspection took place on the June 23 2008.
He said the following day the compiled report inclusive of the value of the
stamp duty for the hotel was issued.
Itui said they also assessed the value of other plots within town for
comparison.
Meanwhile Senior Land Registrar Zipporah Mule said the wrong entry in the
land transfer document was realized after a media outcry.
She however said a correction done later was within the Land's Act.
Yesterday the commission was told that there was a mistake in the entry of
the hotel transfer fee where 2.5 billion shillings was quoted instead of
1.85 billion shillings, being the said actual value of the hotel.
The commission was however told that at no time was the then Finance
Minister under investigation Amos Kimunya in contact with the lands
ministry.

Anonymous said...

Kumekucha Prefect

8:25 PM

Oh do Shut up... corruption is corruption whichever colour of skin or tribe commits it- when will you thugs learn to be kenyans and condone even your own tribesmen who are corrupt- do shut up and move on KIBAKI's GOVERNMENT FROM 2002-2007 WAS CORRUPT period -

it is not a matter of soiling anyone's name !!!!!it is facts !! grow up and stop your childish whinnying for your kikuyu tribesmen who are corrupt...

Anonymous said...

The truth does get bloggers "KIKUYU" on kumekucha really rattled - why do they get offended when corruption is mentioned in kibaki's regime???

kwani they are uneducated?? or they can't read reports on
1.Anglo Leasing
2. Grand Regency
3. Safaricom
4. Transcentury
5. Charterhouse

and many more other companies that have been looted by Kibaki and his cronies please add family wakina David, Judy Kibaki are know to be Multi Millionaires since 2002-2007 we all have seen what they acquired even abroad!!


Kenyans should stop looking at tribe and let each thieving individual carry their won looting, thieving cross!!

why not?? they might ask??

well I ask myself -why should anyone stand up for a thieve????? unless you stole together!!
explain that......

Anonymous said...

anon 7:51 is Mr. Molasses a Kikuyu, is Ruto a Kikuyu, and so is
Dalamas Otieno
Sally Kosgey
Henry Kosgey
Musalia Mudavadi
Charity Ngilu
and many more

They have ALL been tainted with graft, so stop nonsense kenyan polticians are greedy and corrupted. It's nothing to do with the tribe.

enyambu said...

i found this a completely new way of looking at the escapedes of last year

http://hakujakucha.blogspot.com/2008/08/of-githong-and-pelican-briefs.html

Anonymous said...

TO KENYAN Bloggers IN KENYA AND ALL OVER THE WORLD..........

anyone interested??

We are in the process of registering a new party ready for the next elections in Kenya according to the new party laws - only members I'm interested in is age 45 downward no old bones or those who have already been handed down the corruption mantel..

I need
1. Doctors/nurses
2. lawyers
3. engineers
4. social workers(in community )
5.Teachers both from primary/secondary/ college/university
6.Architects
7. Youth members who are involved in community services(18-23)

One must be at least specialized in certain area- That can benefit if one chooses to be Member of Parliament(MP)and councilor(yes we are competing for this too)

IF WE ARE GOING TO CHANGE HOW HOW GOVERNMENT WORKS THEN WE ALL HAVE TO BE COMMITTED AND BE EDUCATED AND HAVE SPECIAL INTERESTS IN THE TASKS THAT WE DO....


KENYANS DO YOU THINK IT IS IMPOSSIBLE OR DIFFICULT TO HAVE NEW FACES AND CHANGE THE GOVERNMENT WAY OF THINKING?? THAT CERTAIN PEOPLE HAVE TO BE VOTED OR ELECTED IN FOR KENYA TO WORk??

then think again- we have already recruited 800,000 kenyans between ages of 18-45 - high school certificates, diploma's, degrees, Masters degrees and PHD's-
we are aiming for 5 -10 Million kenyans and from this lot we will chose who will represent our party in the next elections.

while Karua, Uhuru, Kalanzo are fighting we are busy recruiting and while ODM thinks they have bagged the next elections we are still recruiting-

KENYA PARLIAMENT NEEDS A WHOLE OVERHAUL SEEING THAT CORRUPTION HAS NOT CHANGED EVEN WITH THE COALITION IN PLACE....

WE MAY SEEM TO BE UNDER-DOGS IN THE BEGINNING BUT WE AIM TO CHANGE KENYA POLITICS FOR EVER.....

WATCH US...

AND ONE INTERESTED ASK FOR MORE INFORMATION BY EMAIL then give us your email we will send your the membership forms and information- through our secured email-
I bet you are asking why we don't post an email up-

good guess - we received at one time 3000 same email, looks like someone trying to flood our mailing box- in order to stop our recruitment drive.....


Kenyans we have seen (new generation in Kenya and kenyans abroad are yarning for a big change(overhaul) and they are ready to be part of the process..

We have tooo many intelligent kenyans in many different ways and forms who can manage our country and economy without corruption and that my friends is what we hope to accomplish ( in a bloodless take over through votes or kenyans to have new vibrant faces in the next parliament)with no connection to corruption HISTORY!!

SLOW AND SURE WE ARE GETTING THERE....

UrXlnc said...

this story shows how pathetic our institutions are.

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/454040/-/tjn10v/-/index.html

no need for an adult to sit in these positions after all, the decisions are based on what the executive decides

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

Two points just to straighten out your armaggedon worldview:

First, no administration now and in the future can ever equal Moi's corruption. I know you will never agree because, as Moi's tribemate you benefitted enourmously including being admitted to (you know where) without competative qualifications. The RV mafia were so ruinous that they ran out of options and started grabbing public toilets (that is how low those illiterates went).

Second, you keep deluding yourself that if you write your tribal-slanted rants here at Kumekucha, some mega-thieves will be punished. Look at Raila (molasses), Ruto (govt land & houses), Jirongo (NSSF), Cheruiyot (Internal Security tenders & Kabuga's genocide money) - have they been punished? No! Instead they are heroes where they come from. Even those who are not in politics like Moi, Gedion, Biwott, etc - where have they been take? Nowhere!

Why? Because you and others keep on viewing national corruption through myopic tribal lenses!! It is time we called every thieve, even from Mogotio, by their names!!!!

Anonymous said...

The fight against corruption Kenya is partisan, that is why it will be hard to win. The thing any corrupt individual needs to do today is to join ODM, and will get protection from the ODM-controlled parliament. For example, just look at Kajwang' - he is being exonerated instead of censure. Kazi imeanza ODM style as KANU before them.

Anonymous said...

Speaking at Kitui High School, the President......

What do you call a president who when not sleeping at SH only feels safe visiting central and parts of ukambani?

a. tribal leader
b. lame duck
c. guilty thief
d. lazy bum

Kimi Raikkonen said...

"A Regime Oozing Corruption From All Orifices..."

mmmh. Does this include the corruption that oozes from Raila's mouth, his most prominent orifice(never mind the other that comes immediately to mind)?

Anonymous said...

The wedding of Ivy and Knoppix was held today, so that explains where Chris is missing here. The happy couple met here in Kumekucha.

Wish them well!

Anonymous said...

We Kenyan in Diaspora rescued the falling shilling. Between January -June 08, Kenyans living abroad sent back home Sh22 billion in the first half of 2008, as remittances from the diaspora blunted the effects of falling foreign exchange inflows from tourism and horticulture exports. Central Bank of Kenya data shows that inflows from Kenyans living abroad increased by 28 per cent to $329 million up to June this year, compared to the same period last year.

Kenya now ranks as the second biggest destination for remittances in Africa behind Nigeria, which attracts Sh205 billion ($3.3 billion) from its citizens working abroad and ahead of Sudan ($1.2 billion), Senegal and Uganda ($0.9 million each) and South Africa ($0.7 million).

Anonymous said...

anon10:35 AM

shut up and stuff Kimunya- we still have a tornado under our belt- and if kimunya thinks he will get away with serving his masters on Grand regency and pocketing some money while at it!!!!!!he is dreaming

sources say some correspondence and documents handed over by a Junior clerk in the finance department to some MP's will blow the Grand Regency lead right off......Kibaki might stall but it is too late now..... his name is all over the documents...........

we wait for Parliament to hear what he kibaki will say as his defense ..... na mambo bado.... Karua is also implicated in Kimunya's own hand-writing....Karua better have a good defense or else we expect her to be sacked too.....

Anonymous said...

shut up and stuff Kimunya- we still have a tornado under our belt- and if kimunya thinks he will get away with serving his masters on Grand regency and pocketing some money while at it!!!!!!he is dreaming

sources say some correspondence and documents handed over by a Junior clerk in the finance department to some MP's will blow the Grand Regency lead right off......Kibaki might stall but it is too late now..... his name is all over the documents...........

we wait for Parliament to hear what he kibaki will say as his defense ..... na mambo bado.... Karua is also implicated in Kimunya's own hand-writing....Karua better have a good defense or else we expect her to be sacked too.....

Anonymous said...

Kimi Raikkonen

You Loik like KIBAKI IS YOUR GRAND FATHER so let me be straight with you- go and advise the old geezer


KIBAKI=HIGHEST CORRUPTION IN KENYA HISTORY.......mmmmmm lets start 2002-2008

1. Anglo leasing
2. Grand Regency
3. Transcentury(rift valley railway
4. Charter house
5. Printing Press(kenya shillings)

Kibaki has received money from all this corrupt deals channeled through his son David and Daughter Judy....

NOW GO TELL YOUR ALZHEIMER SENILE GRANDFATHER KIBAKI TO RETURN ALL THE MONEY HE HAS LOOTED FROM THE PEOPLE OF KENYA THROUGH HOLDING OFFICE-

EVEN SADDAM HUSSEIN OF IRAQ ,IDD AMIN AND MENGISTU ALL PAID BACK AND KIBAKI WILL PAY BACK TOO THE SENILE GOON.... THIEF AND THUG OF THE HIGHEST ORDER CALLED EMILIO KIBAKI..

Anonymous said...

Kimi as you continue choking with envy, Raila whom you loathe matches on sweeping all in his path...watch out you might be next.

hahhahaheeeeee....see, the haters ochestra has stopped singing. Why not spare yourself further agony HATER!

Anonymous said...

KARUA WATCH OUT WE HEAR UHURU US CLAIMING YOU FUNDED MUNGIKI TO COMMIT GENOCIDE IN NAIVASHA AND NAKURU-HE IS TELLING EVERY OTHER PUNDA THAT CAN HEAR THIS CHILLING STORY-* MARTHA KARUA YOU BETTER COME OUT CLEAN BEFORE UHURU SINKS YOUR PRESIDENTIAL RACE.........


"The kibaki succession is on the mark- uhuru-muyoka kalonzo" line up is kibaki's dream



Wrangles split central leaders

Published on 10/08/2008

By Gakuu Mathenge

"I relished political duels because they summoned up the blood and stiffened the sinews," Francis Urquhart wrote in his political thriller, House of Cards.

The Party of National Unity kingpins have thrust themselves in the ring and started purring at each other as the Kibaki succession gathers steam.

But when push will come to shove, the bravado being displayed by PNU leaders will ‘summon up the blood and stiffen the sinews’.

proxies

Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka, Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, Internal Security Minister George Saitoti, Justice Minister Martha Karua, Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi and their proxies are under pressure to define their new political homes.

For them, their political ground has shifted, and need serious re-organisation to survive a wave of challengers. Their challengers will exploit their failures and promise a leadership based on change.

And it happened last year, when majority of key political point men were swept aside, President Kibaki’s regional appeal notwithstanding.

When Kalonzo visited Mukurwe-ini constituency in Nyeri last month, Laikipia East MP Mwangi Kiunjuri sent the message.

"We (region) are yet to decide which way to go. We are still taking soundings and waiting to see who talks to us. It all depends on who addresses the most pressing needs our people face today, top among them the Internally Displaced Persons," Kiunjuri said.

The significance of his statement was Kalonzo and Karua were present when he spoke.

Both were guests at an education day hosted by local MP and Assistant Minister Kabando wa Kabando.

The VP and Karua have been courting the central Kenya vote, and Kiunjuri was serving them notice. He said the region would not just embrace anyone because they liked his or her face; there were issues to be resolved first.

Unfortunately, none of the key political leaders or parties has captured the imagination of the region like the "Moi Must Go" slogan coined by then Opposition leader Kenneth Matiba in 1992.

Last year, Kibaki’s re-election, and the "Kazi iendelee" slogan was the rallying call for the region, which provided the bulk of his re-election votes. It was not enticing.

In 2012, "Kazi iendelee and Kibaki will not be around hence PNU and its affiliates should find new meaning.

Unlike the Orange Democratic Movement’s support base, that views the Grand Coalition Government as coffee break before resuming the Grand March, the PNU nerve centre is yet to unite central Kenya around any issue. This is the message Kiunjuri was sending to Kalonzo and Karua.

While Kalonzo obviously earned local support when he salvaged Kibaki after the disputed presidential election last year, he needs to do more to woo voters.

One baggage Kalonzo must shed is the perception he may not be in charge of the unity bid. That was merely waiting for Uhuru and Saitoti to craft the boat for him.

Kalonzo has taken to touring the region at the slightest excuse, rekindling the nostalgic Kamba- Kikuyu ties. During the struggle for independence, President Jomo Kenyatta and nationalist Paul Ngei, united the two communities.

Karua’s presidential ambitions have also not been based on any tangible issues, besides haranguing her opponents such as Uhuru and Saitoti.

Since Uhuru was appointed deputy PM, Karua has never hidden her resentment. She feels overlooked despite her defence of Kibaki’s disputed presidency.

Her rivals have now launched a propaganda she is a proxy of ODM leader and Prime Minister Raila Odinga, but which she denies.



perfect weapon

Her rivals know that is a perfect weapon for a region still traumatised by post-election violence, and to whom notions of regional unity, however elusive, are appealing.

And going by the voting patterns last year, the propaganda will have takers even in her Gichugu backyard, where nearly half rejected her Karua got 32, 831 votes (52 per cent) of the vote. Her opponents garnered a combined 30,280 votes.

Like Karua, who complains of having been disinherited by Uhuru, Saitoti has harboured similar grudges dating back to their Kanu and Moi years in the lead-up to 2002.

Saitoti was Moi’s loyal VP for 12 years (1989-2002), and was among the presumed heirs to the throne, until Uhuru appeared on the scene in late 1990s.

By 2002, Moi had placed Uhuru right on the first lane of succession, and Saitoti realised too late he was not on the line-up.

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