HOW TO JOIN KUMEKUCHA'S CLUB1999 TODAY

HOW TO JOIN KUMEKUCHA'S CLUB1999 TODAY
Click on the image for all the information YOU need!

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Selling Kenya to Terrorists for 9 Pieces of Silver

It is 10 years since that dark Friday when death and destruction landed on Kenya. Kenya was devastated by terrorists who brought their trail of destruction to our shores. Since then Kenya has never been the same again. But what have we learned as a country since that fateful Friday?
What a paradox that while many maimed Kenyans are still trying to come to terms with their shuttered lives, the mastermind of that heinous act one Fazul Mohamed from Comoros is right within our borders possibly planning an anniversary to obliterate Kenya. Fazul is around shopping for a doctor at the right price to attend to his ailing kidneys. And for the fifth time in as many years he has escaped the police dragnet.

Fazul’s operation since 1998 has proved that in Kenya everything has a price and nothing is sacrosanct. Forget about the hollow chorus of najivunia kuwa Mkenya which was a visionary slogan manufactured by sightless scoundrels principally for political expediency. Here we have one fugitive with the police force at his beck and call and at the right price he is tipped off of an impending raid leaving all his belongings but escaping with his most murderous soul.

Deception and fraud is our forte both at individual and institution level. The corrupt policeman doesn’t a care in the wilderness what is actions in tipping Fazul portents for a whole country. By the way, why would he care when doing so would make him rich and respectable Kenyan? It has been said that eradicating corruption starts with taking personal responsibility towards the same. But where would one get the motivation in matters he has no control over and will the potential to decimate him and others around him?

Damn the consequences
Two wrong never made a right and past ruinous governments is no justification to outdo those grand frauds. While Kibaki regime is having auctioning Kenya though a myriad cleverly crafted avenues like government-to-government Grand Regency sale, individual Kenyans will do anything within their powers to pursue our national pastime of primitive wealth accumulation. The ingenious fraudsters seldom fail to craft high-sounding programs like v2030 which are designed to keep Kenyans busy mauling over abstracts as the looting spree acquires breakneck speed.

Our is a culture singularly defined by the vices of deception and fraud only succeeds in mutating to a monster that ends up eating herself. By working hard, we are unwittingly nourishing terrorists who will help us achieve the ultimate objective of obliteration faster. Here have Fazul from Comoros possessing two Kenyan passports with the new one acquired in February 2008 at the height of near-meltdown in the post-election violence. No wonder we lost the UK visa privilege in 1997 when we chose to sell our birthright to Somalis at the right price. Well, we have been propping skunks under the guise of fraudulent industriousness and we have to live with the resulting stench. No amount of deodorizing will ameliorate sickening smell as we steadily and surely hurtle towards self-destruction on our own and aiding others to accelerate it.

73 comments:

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

Hate rules the world!
Wake up to this reality.

Anonymous said...

Now, did Kajwang backdate the issuance of the passport to this thug? How did he even get a kenyan pp and where were all these 'experts' who have been giving press conferences left right back and front?

When I applied for a pp, I remember getting a surprise visit from a CID officer who was interested in knowing why I wanted to travel out of kenya etc.

The useless idiots harass ordinary folks while terrorists boss us around. Now that they have acquired a hideout in GR we are in deeper trouble.

Anonymous said...

i believe the police are not entirely to blame. you do not expect a force of less than a million guys to know everything about 35 million fellows, who they host and the rest.the force is overstreched with domestic problems to be able to counter terrorist networks around. by the way,who said fugitives need a genuine pass? even in developed countries like the US, with all the phone taps and technology, they have alqaeda rings and terrorists. so its fool hardy to expect our ill equiped force to do miracles. let encourage them and criticize them softly. after all, we have corrupt elements all over not just in the force.


Ivy

Anonymous said...

Fazul is an innocent man who was captured and killed by anti-terror squads. He completely disapeared off the face of the earth because he was killed and his body parts were completely destroyed. There was no one to blame for the embassy bombings so they chose a dead man, "Fazul" to be the face of al qaeda in East Africa.

The US embassy was bombed by the Americans themselves so as to create fear and stop the spread of islam

Anonymous said...

Fazul is an innocent man who was captured and killed by anti-terror squads. He completely disapeared off the face of the earth because he was killed and his body parts were completely destroyed. There was no one to blame for the embassy bombings so they chose a dead man, "Fazul" to be the face of al qaeda in East Africa.

The US embassy was bombed by the Americans themselves so as to create fear and stop the spread of islam

Anonymous said...

Fazul is an innocent man who was captured and killed by anti-terror squads. He completely disapeared off the face of the earth because he was killed and his body parts were completely destroyed. There was no one to blame for the embassy bombings so they chose a dead man, "Fazul" to be the face of al qaeda in East Africa.

The US embassy was bombed by the Americans themselves so as to create fear and stop the spread of islam

Vikii said...

I think terrorism is a problem bigger than we think.

I repeat; Our anger should be directed to the bullying antics of the world's biggest brother, the United States of America. Phil believes terrorism in East Africa is bred, nourished and harboured by one Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka (He has amazing abilities, doesn't he?). And Phil is entitled to that view.

Fazul, if that is the name of the guy, is a puppet--the type you should ignore. There will always be little Fazuls cropping up(in every country, mark you) if the United States doesn't change its attitude as far as global politics goes and I think that is a good enough reason for us to hope for the election of Barack Obama. You will not get away with bossying people around, you will not get away with lording it over folks. The United States, the world's biggest terror nation, will have to change their approach to diplomacy. Radical islamism is a reactionary phenomenon. These are folks trying to preserve themselves. My Std 5 Science teacher told me that the number one priority of every living creature is self perpetuation. That is what little Fazuls are trying to do.

About our culture of "deception and fraud", this is something that is deep rooted. Getting rid of this stupid culture will take a lot of time and, more importantly,an enormous amount of effort. I don't really know how it plays into the context of world terror, but I acknowledge its existence.

About G2G transactions, what was wrong with the sale of the Grand Regency again? This is something I have honestly struggled to understand. It's been a pain in the ass getting this. But then again, there are so many things I don't get-ama vipi?

Ivy said...

Taabu your comments "Fazul is around shopping for a doctor at the right price to attend to his ailing kidneys"

If Fazul is who they say he is then, did he ever consider or just imagine that maybe...just maybe that one of the people he bombed and killed was gonna save his ailing kidney?

Anyway we have this stupid notion of I and Now that is i will amass as much as i would want for now you dont ever sit down to think about tomorrow. Do they ever think about the future of their children and their children's children. Practical example Kenya Refineries being sold to the libyans today it just means that one day if Kenyans are going to discover oil in whatever part of this country, it will never belong to us, it will be the Libyans after all they gave you the few bucks (9 silvers)that you needed at that time. By the time they discover that they erred like Judas (i mean the one and only Judas Iscariot) it will be too late and the only option they will have is suicide.

A wrong decision is costly at any time and it will haunt you for the rest of your life. For example a one night stand, damages you completely, you contract STD or even AIDS or better still unwanted pregnancy...Then? How i hope that even as our leaders are busy auctioning us to the highest bidder they will think before signing on the dotted line. They will auction us and the bomb the remaining for what? 9 silvers

Phil said...

Thats right Vikii, shambolic foreign affairs policy by your hero and long serving foreign affairs minister Kalonzo Musyoka.

How come the terrorists didnt bomb Mozambique, Ghana, Angola, Ethiopia or the tens of other African nations? Why Kenya?

As I said before Kalonzo's MFA CV reads like who's who in global terrorism....

As a matter of fact, Kalonzo's tenure in about each ministerial docket he has served has been total failure:

Education: Doomed....KNUT were constantly on strike or go-slow
Environment: Disastrous and Corrupt....Practically gave away the Karura Forest to political friends then went ahead and licenced Nuclear/radioactive waste plants in Kajiado in total disregard to health and environmental concerns
Home Affairs: Complete Failure.....Terrorist FAZUL got his two Kenyan passports when Kalonzo was in-charge at Immigration earlier this year. Again, national security was seriously undermined when Prison guards went on strike
Works&Housing: Pathetic....No single public housing estate developed. Kibera/Carlifonia Highrise flats developed for slum dwellers before his tenure were instead sold to politically correct.

Vikii, Unless you have a better record of Kalonzo as an organising secretary to the autocratic KANU regime and his personal actions which consigned a healthy & vibrant Kenneth Matiba into a helpless disabled human being, I am afraid I hold Kalonzo directly responsible for the setting and sustainment of Al-Qaieda cells in Kenya.

Quite similar to was has made fugitive Felicien Kabuga evade capture for the last 10 years!

Ivy said...

Taabu

is it nine pieces of silvers or nine silvers ...Anyone?

Ajwang' said...

I was once in Addis Ababa attending a Jamhuri day party at the Kenyan Embassy. We ran out of Tusker and decided to ration, preserving the remaining Tusker for Kenyans only. When an Ethiopian gate-crasher was told this by theClub treasurer, the Ethiopian really laughed. Then he said 'Ati Tusker reserved for Kenyans! I can become a Kenyan even tomorrow by paying Birr 3000 (Sh 30K). It feels very bad sometimes to be Kenyan. That is why Mamlukis can come and bang' the first daughter and .....Very sad.

Vikii said...

My friend, Phil, your worldview is hilarious. I am not sure what to make of it, but it is trully a must-read. It makes me laugh.

"No single public housing estate developed".
When was the Raila-instigated warders strike again? It was sometimes in April, right? Some three months after Kalonzo's appointment as Home Affairs minister, right? Well, the construction of a housing estate for these fellows in three months would have taken one helluva minister there, not even one with supervisory and coordination powers. BTW, has it not been 6 months since Raila's appointment? How many estates do they have now in Kibera and Highrise (it has been a while you know?)

About this "shambolic" Foreign Service policy; I am not in the habit of taking it upon my place to decide who the best minister for whatever ministry was. But I have read several comments from you telling us how Kalonzo was not the best Foreign Affairs Minister. I dont who said he was. You keep publicly denying something nobody (except you) has alleged. You have made some fervent attempts to make us instead regard Robert Ouko as the legitimate owner of that crown. BTW, did we have a foreign service policy during Ouko's time before Kalonzo came to the ministry. If yes, did the latter just trash it or what happened? I'm just asking, you know?

As far as you are concerned Al-Qaeda bombs those nation and states with the worst Foreign service ministers. That is why the United States has been so repeatedly bombed, it is why Spain, the UK and Turkey have been bombed. On the other hand, the countries with the best ministers serving in these offices like Ethiopia, Rwanda and Somalia have been spared--courtesy of some sound foreign affairs policy in these countries. Well, that is an interesting perspective on terrorism. As predictably risible as they come.

I don't envy you, brother, I don't.

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

With Ka-mwizi Kajwang' dishing out our national document to foreigners with the flair of a K-street commercial sex work, I would be surprised if our streets are not populated by many more Fazuls. Remember Ka-mwizi Kajwang' told us that he has a soft heart for people who pray? I guess Fazul is a good candidate for issuance of such documents because he prays five times a day. Kazi imeanza ODM style complete with off-shore accounts to facilitate the needful!!

Anonymous said...

winning, cynism and negativity will kill you

Anonymous said...

As IVY has said before, Kajwang' is going nowhere mupende muzipende. After all, he is being supervised and coordinated from somewhere, and ODM needs money to fight the 2012 elections. And PNUers should understand that it doesn't matter whether campaign money comes from angels, devils, or terrorists.

Anonymous said...

i wish to remind you as u comment that we avoid tribal references. remember yesterdays article on `detribalising` kenya. please lets comment without having to think of our dialects..


Ivy

Anonymous said...

Kenya security forces have no capacity to forestall a terrorist attack. We are just leaving at the mercy of God! Or is it at the pleasure of terrorists?

Dont be fooled that motion is action. Its very sickening to note that our police are not pro-active but reactionary. The reason to this sad affairs is because the force lacks professionals and equally the tools of trade. Throw in the elements of nepotism and sleaze and you get the complete picture.

If these Osama scouts wanted to torch the KICC, our security guys will not stand in their way unless they get intelligence and logistical support from the big boys:US UK et all..

enyambu said...

In Kenya, president Kibaki himself would personally plant bombs where and when ordered if the terrorists paid him the right price. That is how low we have sunk. I think Kalooser would do the same. Not sure about Molasses... methinks once he has taken the taken, he will scream 'terrorists' from the mountain tops. Remember how he sold Moi NDP and jumped ship just at the right moment?

Anonymous said...

Lets take a minute to remember the departed souls since the tragic bomb blast 10 years ago.

we should also remember kenyan (self created) bigger tragedy early this year where over 100o lives were lost.

lets us (as Kumekucha individuals) never allow the two events to happen again.


Prefect

Anonymous said...

This Security operation was done to give us a sense that the govt is trying to fight terror. Remember, there was a similar operation done last year at around the same time.i think its a yearly operation thats last no more than 4 days

Anonymous said...

Why condemn Fazul when we have our own breed of homegrown terrorists who receive red carpet treatment from State-house to homecomings parties? Step forward Gen Ruto and the murderous Kalenjin warriors! We also have Mungiki scum who our dear old PM is trying to rehabilitate. Good grief, doesn't he surely know these animals are uncivilized and want to send us back to stone age? Fazul is only trying to emulate our celebrity terrorists who stride our parlianent with IMPUNITY thanks to a president who is in his sunset years and doesn't give a hoot to what Kenyans think. You can't have your cake and eat it.

Nimesema.

M-Pesa

Nbi Kenya.

Kwale said...

Sometimes I wonder how old Phil is. No hate or malice but I just wonder.

Look at his statement;
"…How come the terrorists didnt bomb Mozambique, Ghana, Angola, Ethiopia or the tens of other African nations? Why Kenya?..."

May I ask you, why did the terrorist bomb New York twin-tower, London Underground, Madrid Rail, Bali Nightclub? Why did they not bomb Germany, France, Italy, Canada, Singapore, Japan or ten other countries in Europe or developed world?

You like the blame game don't you? Do you know wherever there is blame there is no progress. Sometimes you have to say yes, that person made a mistake but lets find a way forward or a way to remedy that situation.
We must be willing to take risks and accept responsibility for mistakes without fear of criticism or prosecution but at the same time we cannot afford to keep dwelling in the past - what could have been or what might have happened.

Anonymous said...

hallo fellows, do we want our kids to be brought up in this atmosphere of hatred?
can the mature, reasonable and God fearing Kumekucha'ns stand up!!

we have to change our attitude and move forward. no need of crying over spilt milk. lets cultivate an atmosphere where everyone is a kenyan and lets address issues in a sober and mature way.


but we have to remain focused even when once in a while the mad man in the market pops in.


Prefect

Anonymous said...

Ladies and gentlemen, passports are made by machines. Kenyan passport can be printed anywhere in the world. Alqaeda has a factory for pp complete with in /exit stamps. do you blames with some brain! Fazul(not his real name) is a creation of the police. how can one man whose place of residence is known escape the 1 million police and the CIA, FBI ETC? THINK, THINK!!!jAMES NJUGUNA

Anonymous said...

True, even dollars are printed by these people.tena origi. not fake. na kwa uwingi!

Anonymous said...

....Raila was speaking at the 10th anniversary of the August 7, 1998 bombing at the Memorial Park in Nairobi, Prime Minister Raila Odinga said the Government will pursue and apprehend suspected terrorists within the country.

Why is Raila doing things that Kalonzo flower girl should be doing.

Two lazy bums in the president and veep are wearing out the PM.

One sleeping as usual and the other relaxing in Beijing ....useless idiots.

Anonymous said...

okey anon 4:24,

we forgive your outburst and insults. just direct your anger to a more responsive stimuli. its not working here

Fazul said...

I keep praying each day for the death of Kibaki the thief, Kalooser and Mr Molasses. Kenya will be a better place without these goons... oh, should I add that Moi's expiry date was a decade ago? God, why can't these thiefs just drop dead so Kenya could move ahead?

Phil said...

In-case you didn't realize, Mr. know-it-all Kwale, my remarks were directed at Vikii. Believe you me I have no interest in engaging into one of those fruitless debates with you now or ever. I respect your right to opinion.

By the way Vikii, I still stand by my comments.

Kalonzo, by then working as Moi's puppet, completely destroyed Kenya's foreign affairs policy. It is one of the reasons why terrorists targeted American interests here.

Talking of who is the best minister we have had so far, Kalonzo trailing his fellow KANU hawk Dr. Bonaya Godana, he is also far behind Dr. Munyua Waiyaki and he is yet to grasp the diplomatic acumen of one Dr. Robert Ouko....Incidentally, the latter was murdered in cold blood while serving in a cabinet conspiracy in which also Kalonzo served. This Kalonzo man is the worst president Kenya will NEVER have. I can only compare Kalonzo to one Chirau Ali Mwakwere (already messing the transport sector) and maybe Moses Wetangula.

b-carotene said...

Fazul:
Wishing death to some of these people just doesnt work--strangely they even live longer. Even if they do die, they will be replaced by others just as bad, knowing what humans are and what drives them. As an aside--i dont think Emilio Kibaki is a bad fellow. I can see the blows a-comin!Wooiii! Go easy.

What we should be thinking about is how to CONSTRAIN their behvaior through rules, and failing that how to punish them, severely, so that there are consequences to their behavior. So how do we do that?

Now, Mo Ibrahim's prestigious scheme of feting and rewarding past presidents is thought a good incentive to streamline/align the behavior of these guys with society's values and goals, but we're yet to see its value for Kenya's leaders. Our own retirement scheme is a dismal failure--just look at Moi, payukaring all over the place

Kwale said...

Phil,

I am not Mr Know-it-all like you want to dub me here; rather I am quick and analytical thinker. One who is able to abstract erudite ideas and theories with capacity to reason, plan, and solve problems. You don't have to be educated to do that, anyone can do it.

You see, when you write a comment here it is visible for all to see whether directed to a particular person or to the general viewing public, and you should expect criticism, applause or it to be totally ignored. Like you said, everyone here is entitled to their own opinion and that means if you see something off the rail, you have the right to challenge it. So don't shy away, feel free to challenge me.

And like I said before, no hate

Anonymous said...

Kwale,

Some of the people you try to respond to will never change. They were breast-fed hate and a sense of victimhood; so try as you may, but they will never appreciate your wisdom or goodwill. Whenever they see the name Kwale, they instictively go into hate-mode. I guess only a word from their Messianic Molasses can modernize their prehistoric state of mind!!

Knoppix!® said...

Well, well,Taabu that could be one way of looking at the whole debacle that is terrorism.

Just a thought also,can we take a glimpse of the Irish Republican Army (IRA).Those are whites and terrorism is compared or construed to be a preserve of Muslims.The IRA had some point to make to the holders of the echelons of power in the UK.

They used the most crude methods to make themselves heard and indeed talks were called and even though i have lost the names,some of the IRA leaders went on to hold goverment office.I could also agree that indeed all is not yet settled in Ireland but the process is progressive in a good manner when compared to our own Serena shenanigans.

My point is this and excuse me if i am wrong,i dont remember hearing any vocabulary being pasted on the conduct and person of the IRA operatives.In essence they were not terrorists but something that i cannot or do not have a name for.

Fast track to Osama and cohorts,they are magaidi,mamluki name it.I dont know what cause they are pursuing but certainly they have one.Theirs is a lack of podium to sit with the percieved aggressor to iron out their grievances if any.In 1998 i remember hearing something to the effect that Osama was upset after the Amerry-cans reneged on promises made on or before the war against Russia in Afghanistan.Beats me why most wars are fought on Muslim territories!

In other words am trying to say,the death aside,can't we shift the blame to the percieved aggressors and sort out the mess?My friend asked me yesterday about what i would do if i met Fazul face to face.I was unable to answer him.Can't we surely lool elsewhere for the cause of this menace and square it clean and clear.For instance is Guantanamo going to achieve a thing?Doesn't it ignite the motivation to carry out more attacks?Such small time injustices ,percieved or committed are the recipe for the terror that is meted out on innocent fellas.

Then the issue of our very own abbetting and nesting the suspects!I think it all boils down to economic mismanagement.If a Kenyan police is well paid and lives in a sane and clean enviroment,i dont think he can accept a bribe of any nature to keep giving security and intelligence briefs to terror suspects,neither will the official at immigration.

Only my thoughts!

Knoppix!® said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Anonymous said...

How do you fancy working with Raila Molasses, here is your chance;


VACANCIES IN THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER:

INSPECTORATE OF STATE CORPORATIONS

SENIOR ASSISTANT INSPECTOR GENERAL(CO-OPERATIONS) - TWO (2) POSTS (INSPECTORATE OF STATE CORPORATIONS)
V/No.183/2008

Salary scale: Ksh.94,235- Kshs. 120,270 p.m (job Group "R")

for appointment to this grade, candidates must have:

Served satisfactorily in the grade of assistant inspector general job group Q or in comparable position relevant ot the functions of the inspectorate for a minimum period of two (2) years;
A masters degree in a relevant field:
Demonstrated professional competence in supervision and conducting specialized assignments relating to operational, financial and personnel function of various state corporations.

DUTIES AND RESPONSBILITIES

An officer at this level will coordinate a division grouping several activities of state corporations. This duties will involve

Ensuring that all the assigned state corporations comply with general of specific directives and guidelines from time to time.
Participating in joint review exercises on specific state corporations with parent ministries and outside agenices;
Attending meetings of boards and committees of state corporations, in order to acquire insight inot their decision making processes;
Ensuring that physical inspection of establishments, installations and works is done as required.
Evaluating existing procurement arrangements and parocedures and report where proper tender procedures are not followed
Constantly reviewing work programmes for officers under him/her.

Completed application forms should be addressed and sent to:

The Secretary
Public Service Commission Of Kenya
P.O Box 30095 - 00100
NAIROBI

so as to reach the commission on or before Friday 22nd August 2008

Vikii said...

Phil, I am here to solve your knowledge woes. This is what you said and I quote: 'Incidentally, the latter was murdered in cold blood while serving in a cabinet conspiracy in which also Kalonzo served.'
Now how in the world would Kalonzo serve in a cabinet conspiracy when he was not a minister. He became minister a cool three years after Ouko's death. Next time you will be telling me Kalonzo killed Pinto, JM and Mboya. He is omnipotent as far as you are concerned.

Ivy said...

Anon 8:29 i fancy very much it has always been my dream except that, it is not my line....Any more vacant ones pls sambaza and kwachua them as they come otherwise my dream might not just be fulfilled.

Knoppix for the first my brother oh i want to disagree with you on the last paragraph "Economic mismanagement" It is not like you are paid a million bucks per month... but do you stop working, start bribing or engaging in corrupt deals? Yes they are not paid well but who gives them rights to aangaisha wananchi. Think of that man who works in inda and is just earning less than a dollar a day, how do you think them they survive? Please note: I am not saying that they should not be economically empowered, just that it should not be their justification not to give work their best shot.But enyewe their salo is just too little and this govt must look into ways of sorting them out or just borrow some dollars from libyans then they can continue auctioning us... I hear Gaddafi gives you money with no strings attached...LOL

kalamari said...

People, the US is NOT a terrorist nation. Do not confuse their pride and absolute dedication to protect their interests, wherever they may be, for terrorism. This is a country whose administration truly serves and does what it thinks is right for their citizens. If it means killing Iraqis for oil, so be it. America MOBIMBA.

These are people who are willing to send their sons to die in Iraq so as to sustain the American way of life. Which Kenyan man or woman is ready to die for our country today? You can search the whole planet.

Some will say that the US foreign policy is clandestine at best. Nonsense. Why should bright people like Condoleezza Rice develop a policy to benefit Kenyan babies or retard death in Rwanda? Kwani where are the Kenyan or Rwandan counterparts? You cannot give someone like Wetangula such a docket then complain about hurting from the policies of other foreign governments. The US foregin policy should serve only Americans……no matter how pissed off Osama gets.

And yes you are right, they rule by dangling foreign aid, IMF loans and other trinkets. That is why Kenya is trapped and thus languishing. BS. There's no resaon why Kenya cannot sustain itself. And yes, if we had balls, we would default on those loans.

Anonymous said...

The Americans bombed their own embassy. Ask yourself, who is that Man in that Fazul, take a good look @ that pic (sic).

Fazul was arrested and killed in 1998. his body was disposed and all evidence was covered up.

They intend to use his picture and name for the rest of this fight against terror because they has no one to arrest or blame for the bombing. Fazul was their sacrificial lamb !! How sad

Anonymous said...

read about fazul on wikipedia his bio is too good to be true http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fazul_Abdullah_Mohammed

Anonymous said...

Things just dont add up, Fazul is married to a kenyan woman. his kenyan wife was arrested, trying to enter kenya from somalia and later deported back to somalia lol.

Fazul has also eluded the FBI in comoros. there is a video is hin @ http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/01/10/world/main2347258.shtml

the man in the video dies not look like fazul

the US/Kenya govt thinks we are fools, dont they?

Anonymous said...

plus they say fazul is good with computers, how is he good with computers yet he never got any formal education, he has always been on the run or in a terror camp with no electricity.

Anonymous said...

Raila is the news. Raila is always in the news. Without agwambo this, agwambo that - kumekauka.

The lame duck.....zzzzzzzzzzz

The clueless wiper...zzzzzzzz

Five years is too long to continue this way.

Phil said...

Vikii,

Ukishapewa ma Obama unakam ukiropoka. No wonder your college went on strike yesterday - as if the rest of kenyans are not feeling the effects of INFLATION.. Yafaa tukutane nikupe brandy ya maana (na ukitaka pia mani ya ki jaka!).....JUST KIDDIN

Which woes? Is an assistant minister not a member of cabinet?

I see you keep selecting lines from my comments - and conveniently ignoring the other STARK facts.

By the way the theme of the thread is about selling Kenya to Terrorists. I have been highlighting those examples to show you how the irresponsible actions of your brethren Kalonzo has messed this country over the years.

Anonymous said...

You mean the 41 year old Vikii is in JKUAT? As a student, a worker or the chancellor in waiting?

Anonymous said...

Correction Vikii is 61. Right mzee vikii?

Anonymous said...

Govt sets priorities for ministries
(with deadlines and all)

It's 'business unusual' - never before seen in Kenya. That's what am talking about.

Go Agwambo!

Vikii said...

Phil, Brandy haibambi. Naeza kunywa kawhiskey lakini, preferably bourbon. Ng'ang'u za kijaka pia naeza jaribu. After all I grew up taking ratish in Kabete and Kaluvu in Kitui. Zikamu zikamu.

I am not a student at the JKUAT. I am not a grounds man there either and of course I am not the VC. About 20 years ago, I took a veterinary course (cert, it took about 6 months) there and that was it. I have some attachment with the college but I hate to be associated with their stupid antics. They are behaving like monkeys now.

10.35, wee unajua wacha kujifanya.

Anyway Phil, your take and mine in some of these issues are irreconcilably different. Let us agree to disagree 99% of the time.

Anonymous said...

Why the hell dont we have an new post. This post has been here since last night. By the way not many of us like commenting on Taabu's post.

Anonymous said...

Kwale
wake up....


we are not in the Molasses state of mind....

We are scratching our heads how to burn the hands of the Anglo leasing looters
Grand Regency thieving thugs
Transcentury thieves
Charter house thieving thugs
Equity bank cover up (start up money stolen from Kenya tax payers

Kwale have a Enjoyable Grand Regency thieving evening.....

Anonymous said...

Kwale

what is this Shiate from your thieving brothers??

Safaricom market share under threat, says CFO


So it come to bare Safaricom shares will decline because pf competition??
that is not what they told the buyers when they were selling the shares:)

oh well the thieves mobitelea mad their billions and poor kenyans will be left holding huge loans that they borrowed to buy share:)

they have to pay back the difference on the loans from their own pockets.......

corruption in kenya as long as the THIEVING KIBAKI AND CRONIES ARE LEFT IN STATEHOUSE- WILL NEVER END.


KIBAKI IS SICK ALZHEIMER - WHY IS HE STILL IN STATEHOUSE????

SNAP ELECTIONS REQUIRED URGENTLY TO REMOVE THIS SENILE THIEF BEFORE HE DESTROYS THE COUNTRY ANY FURTHER................ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

Anonymous said...

The Rift Valley Railways in 2006 won a 25-year concession to run both countries’ railways after it agreed to share 11.1 per cent of its profits. Sheltam Ltd of South Africa is the largest shareholder of RVR, owning 35 per cent of the shares.

Sheltam Ltd"""has kikuyu sharehlders"""

Others are the


1. Transcentury Group,(KENYAN KIKUYU THIEVING CROOKS USED MONEY STOLEN FROM KENYANS PUBLIC??

hAS RAILA BEEN PAID?? OR COMPROMISED??? WHY IS HE NOT QUESTIONING THIS SHAREHOLDER??

RAILA MUST ANSWER TO KENYANS - WHY THEY SHOULD LISTEN TO HIM WHEN HE IS ALLOWING THIEVES OF RIFT VALLEY RAILWAYS """"Transcentury""""GET AWAY WITH LOOTING FROM KENYANS THROUGH THE HELP OF THE GOVERNMENT

2. Prime Fuels
(who are this? check - more kikuyu's) some facts have been found...


3.Mirambo Ltd,(has kikuyu share holders

4 Centum Investment Company Ltd
(has kikuyu shareholders)

5.Babcock

(has kikuyu share holders

6.Brown.(
(has kikuyu shareholders)


Rift valley Railway was stolen and looted by kikuyu's with the help of kibaki government


IS PM RAILA ASLEEP ON HIS JOB??

DOESN'T HE HAVE THE FACTS DOCUMENTED OR DOES HE WANT US TO PROVIDE THE FACTS TO HIM????


LET HIM TELL KENYANS WHY HE CHAIRED THE RVR MEETING AND DID NOT QUESTION THE WINNERS OF THE TENDERS WHEN IT SMELLS CORRUPTION TO IN THE HIGHEST ORDERS???

IS RAILA AFRAID OF MUSEVENI- THE KILLER OF INNOCENT KENYANS??

CORRUPTION IS CORRUPTION

RAILA YOU CAN'T SAY THE SELL OF GRAND REGENCY IS CORRUPT AND YET YOU ALLOW THE RIFT VALLEY RAILWAY TENDER WHICH WAS AWARDED THROUGH CORRUPTION MEANS TO A CONSORTIUM THAT HAS ALREADY MESSED ---

RAILA YOU BETTER STOP IT NOW AND RE-TENDER AGAIN AND FORCE THIS CORRUPT CORPORATION/CONSORTIUM TO PAY UP THE MESS OR

YOU HAVE GIVEN US A CHANCE TO MAKE SURE YOU NEVER ENTER STATEHOUSE EVER AND BELIEVE ME THIS ARE ODM TALKING .......
CORRUPTION IS CORRUPTION ....

Anonymous said...

The Rift Valley Railways in 2006 won a 25-year concession to run both countries’ railways after it agreed to share 11.1 per cent of its profits. Sheltam Ltd of South Africa is the largest shareholder of RVR, owning 35 per cent of the shares.

Sheltam Ltd"""has kikuyu sharehlders"""

Others are the


1. Transcentury Group,(KENYAN KIKUYU THIEVING CROOKS USED MONEY STOLEN FROM KENYANS PUBLIC??

hAS RAILA BEEN PAID?? OR COMPROMISED??? WHY IS HE NOT QUESTIONING THIS SHAREHOLDER??

RAILA MUST ANSWER TO KENYANS - WHY THEY SHOULD LISTEN TO HIM WHEN HE IS ALLOWING THIEVES OF RIFT VALLEY RAILWAYS """"Transcentury""""GET AWAY WITH LOOTING FROM KENYANS THROUGH THE HELP OF THE GOVERNMENT

2. Prime Fuels
(who are this? check - more kikuyu's) some facts have been found...


3.Mirambo Ltd,(has kikuyu share holders

4 Centum Investment Company Ltd
(has kikuyu shareholders)

5.Babcock

(has kikuyu share holders

6.Brown.(
(has kikuyu shareholders)


Rift valley Railway was stolen and looted by kikuyu's with the help of kibaki government


IS PM RAILA ASLEEP ON HIS JOB??

DOESN'T HE HAVE THE FACTS DOCUMENTED OR DOES HE WANT US TO PROVIDE THE FACTS TO HIM????


LET HIM TELL KENYANS WHY HE CHAIRED THE RVR MEETING AND DID NOT QUESTION THE WINNERS OF THE TENDERS WHEN IT SMELLS CORRUPTION TO IN THE HIGHEST ORDERS???

IS RAILA AFRAID OF MUSEVENI- THE KILLER OF INNOCENT KENYANS??

CORRUPTION IS CORRUPTION

RAILA YOU CAN'T SAY THE SELL OF GRAND REGENCY IS CORRUPT AND YET YOU ALLOW THE RIFT VALLEY RAILWAY TENDER WHICH WAS AWARDED THROUGH CORRUPTION MEANS TO A CONSORTIUM THAT HAS ALREADY MESSED ---

RAILA YOU BETTER STOP IT NOW AND RE-TENDER AGAIN AND FORCE THIS CORRUPT CORPORATION/CONSORTIUM TO PAY UP THE MESS OR

YOU HAVE GIVEN US A CHANCE TO MAKE SURE YOU NEVER ENTER STATEHOUSE EVER AND BELIEVE ME THIS ARE ODM TALKING .......
CORRUPTION IS CORRUPTION ....

Anonymous said...

The Rift Valley Railways in 2006 won a 25-year concession to run both countries’ railways after it agreed to share 11.1 per cent of its profits. Sheltam Ltd of South Africa is the largest shareholder of RVR, owning 35 per cent of the shares.

Sheltam Ltd"""has kikuyu sharehlders"""

Others are the


1. Transcentury Group,(KENYAN KIKUYU THIEVING CROOKS USED MONEY STOLEN FROM KENYANS PUBLIC??

hAS RAILA BEEN PAID?? OR COMPROMISED??? WHY IS HE NOT QUESTIONING THIS SHAREHOLDER??

RAILA MUST ANSWER TO KENYANS - WHY THEY SHOULD LISTEN TO HIM WHEN HE IS ALLOWING THIEVES OF RIFT VALLEY RAILWAYS """"Transcentury""""GET AWAY WITH LOOTING FROM KENYANS THROUGH THE HELP OF THE GOVERNMENT

2. Prime Fuels
(who are this? check - more kikuyu's) some facts have been found...


3.Mirambo Ltd,(has kikuyu share holders

4 Centum Investment Company Ltd
(has kikuyu shareholders)

5.Babcock

(has kikuyu share holders

6.Brown.(
(has kikuyu shareholders)


Rift valley Railway was stolen and looted by kikuyu's with the help of kibaki government


IS PM RAILA ASLEEP ON HIS JOB??

DOESN'T HE HAVE THE FACTS DOCUMENTED OR DOES HE WANT US TO PROVIDE THE FACTS TO HIM????


LET HIM TELL KENYANS WHY HE CHAIRED THE RVR MEETING AND DID NOT QUESTION THE WINNERS OF THE TENDERS WHEN IT SMELLS CORRUPTION TO IN THE HIGHEST ORDERS???

IS RAILA AFRAID OF MUSEVENI- THE KILLER OF INNOCENT KENYANS??

CORRUPTION IS CORRUPTION

RAILA YOU CAN'T SAY THE SELL OF GRAND REGENCY IS CORRUPT AND YET YOU ALLOW THE RIFT VALLEY RAILWAY TENDER WHICH WAS AWARDED THROUGH CORRUPTION MEANS TO A CONSORTIUM THAT HAS ALREADY MESSED ---

RAILA YOU BETTER STOP IT NOW AND RE-TENDER AGAIN AND FORCE THIS CORRUPT CORPORATION/CONSORTIUM TO PAY UP THE MESS OR

YOU HAVE GIVEN US A CHANCE TO MAKE SURE YOU NEVER ENTER STATEHOUSE EVER AND BELIEVE ME THIS ARE ODM TALKING .......
CORRUPTION IS CORRUPTION ....

Anonymous said...

I think it is inappropriate and in bad taste that Osama is so prominently featured in the foreground of the memorial painting.

http://www.pixcetera.com/news/latest-news-photos/577

check pic#8

Kwale said...

Anon 11:55

I must have heard your call to wake up because I don’t usually log into Kumekucha at this time of the day, but I tell you what, your call must have been very loud and I cannot ignore it. I don’t get people to challenge me here, and so I am grateful you have done so.

Now back to your challenge, first, let me clarify to you, I do not have thieving brothers and second, I don't understand Kenya politics that well- I find Kenya politics too murky and too ruthless for me. Everyone claim to be squeaky-clean but that's just lip service. Unfortunately in our nation we have allowed politicians to loot and plunder our national resources unchallenged for a very long time. So now the politicians feels like a norm to loot public funds because they expect to get away with it. Every single politicians we have today is in someway tainted with sleaze and lies. Even your messiah Raila Molasses Odinga! If you look at the "party for change-ODM" most of them have been in fact implicated with corruption at the highest level, from the Pentagon members right down to the councillors.

So, what is the solution for Kenya endemic corruption problem? And its definitely not Raila Odinga. I don't have time to go through some of them now so next time I blog here lets...

Sleep well don't have nightmares.

Anonymous said...

august, 1998 bombings had nothing to do we kenya but we only ended up as collateral damage in an idealogical war that was waged by a group of religious zealots.

otherwise, kikulacho ki nguoni mwako. we are our own worst enemy number one.

how many kenyans can afford to forfeit the opportunity of selling their own passports whenever offered a mere two thousand euros or dollars and then turn around and claim it was lost or stolen?

and let's not forget the corrupt and greedy civil servants who have been selling kenyan passports, entry visas, work permits, naturalization papers, import and export ceritificates. construction permits to outsiders (economic/political/cultural/religious/educational terrorists) for the last fourty five years.

thousands and thousands of tanzanians, ugandans, sudanese, ethiopians, rwandans, burudians, congomanis, non-kenyan born somali, and non-kenyan born indians have managed to immigrate to the west using kenyan passports.

where and how did they manage to get them? we all know they got them from those selling kenya to outsiders 24/7. and of course they purchased them from insiders (kenya's worst enemy number one) based at the passport control office - immigration.

these days, one can't dare trust kenyan pastors or even kenyan catholic priests working for a monthly salary in canada, usa or britain.

we have no sense of home grown loyalty, pride, national conviction, belonging and what have you. we are so ready to trample on anything kenyan or speak ill of our country and people whenever we are pomised a sliver of thirty pieces of silver.

there is a fool who always displays his acquired foreign passport whenver he returns to kenya for three two weeks vacation. i wonder why people like him can afford a longer vacation given their new found wealth status in the west.

these days the so called "men of the cloth" aka "undercover economic opportunists/prophets for profit" working in the west, are so busy stabbing each other in the back so that they can gain crumbs of comfort from their wazugu masters.

they have cultivating the art of speaking ill of their country and people so they can get some funds to nigerian type of 411 school busary programmes for the poor and other projects that never see the light of day.

why not speak of the good and no so good about kenya to their paymasters? is it so hard to do?

who remembers the the well known man of the cloth who was given sixty thousand euros over a ten year period for the reconstruction of a local school in his home area but used the money to purchase house plots in sukari or the coast region?

luckly, the donors are now seeking their monies (funds) back or he will bee taken to court. (update will follow soon).

what about the senior immigration officer who sold sixty-two passports to non-kenyan born somali after the fall of the government of mohamed siad barre in 1991?

he now lives on his farm without wondering how much damage he did to his country and the degree to which he compromised the kenyan immigration system.

we are our own worst enemy number one. kikulacho ki nguoni mwako.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Phil has noted that;

And yes, if we had balls, we would default on those loans.

Our comment:

No doubt, this is an easy statement to make. However, it does not make right, nor practical.

Why so?

(a) Article VIII of the IMF Treaty does not allow us this cause of action. In this sense, we cannot RESTRICT without the approval of the IMF the making of payments and transfers of current international transactions. So, to the extent that we are members of the IMF, then, your course of action is not available to us.

We are aware of the cheap arguments that IMF is a tool of USA and the West. However, a critical analysis of the origins of the IMF and its functions, will disabuse many of this notion. Any one interested, ought to read what happened between 1914 - 1945, as regards debts and international payments.

The law governing money in international law is complex even to the lawyers who are aware of these issues. Thus, we seek not to explain these issues further than this. This blog is not the best forum for this.

All we will say is this, the IMF has a very important role to play in the stability of international economic system. In fact, if u remove IMF today, there will be unprecedented chaos in the international trade system and eventual wars.

Why so?

(a) Without the IMF's supervision, any nation can wake tomorrow and restrict international payments. The consequence of this will be that Kenyans and any other nation, will not receive proceeds of their exports. Is that what you want? And, if Kenya cannot get its export proceeds, how do we purchase oil and other stuff?

(b) If we default, we will have effectively removed ourselves from the IMF ambit. Thus, any nation that we trade with, can wake and restrict payments to Kenya. That, will only ruin our economy.

(c) Secondly, a default sends a very bad signal to international investors. One, since we become too risky, everything, including capital becomes expensive. Also, to counter this risk, investors will seek higher and faster returns. This can only drive more kenyans into poverty as we become even more uncompetitive.

(c) Perhaps, to the surprise of many, all our international debts, are governed by New York or English law. Furthermore, all debt contracts have arbitration clauses. Thus, we will be sued in New York and we will definitely lose the cases. As a result, our export proceeds will be attached abroad.

Thus, default of debts in international system, is not a light matter. Well, it may seem so on the face of it, but, a careful analysis of the legal issues involved, counsels us that it is a course of action we cannot advise, even though, we are aware of the debt burden.

UrXlnc said...

anon 2:03 - well said

taabu, good post

hey vikii, steering clear of the SKM bizna, raise some interesting points about the pawns in the vicious hate/war cycle, as indeed some others above.

our concern here should be that whereas we cannot really engage deeply or even understand some of these conflicts, we must remain cognisant to these hostilities and be permanently prepared or on-guard for any eventuality and its impact. the 10 shilling bribe received today may actually turn around to wipe out your entire family next week, which is exactly taabu's point in this post. we are all too aware of this, and i look forward with more hope because we are all slowly but surely beginning to take charge of our destiny.

Anonymous said...

anon1:35 PM

Kwale
add the tag on Kibaki's companies and shareholding that he acquired through corrupt dealings??

KIBAKI/ president Daniel Arap Moi, former Attorney General Charles Njonjo OWN investment company which they named Heri Limited(STILL DO).

UNDER HERI LTD- THYE OWN

1.Norfolk Towers,
2. College House
3.Kolobot Gardens

AND THE SAME company HERI LTD IS also invested heavily in

a. quoted securities at the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE)

b.and was for many years among the top 20 shareholders of ICDC Investments (now Centum Investments)

c. Nation Media Group

d.Jacaranda Hotel

e.Standard Chartered Bank

f.Lonrho Motors East Africa

g. Housing Finance Company

h. The Barclays Bank,

i.Clarkson

j.Southern Ltd

k.Taisho Monarch Insurance Company.

It is also said that Kibaki also has an interest in International House Limited, the company associated with businessman Chris Kirubi and the one that owns the prestigious International House.

It is said that even when Kibaki fell out with Moi and Njonjo their business links remained intact and sustained by the fact that they operated mainly through investing companies. This arrangement meant that the did not have to meet in order to transact business since the firms were run by hired professionals and all that the shareholders did was to wait for their dividend cheques.

Another company associated with Kibaki is:

1. African Liaison & Consultants Services Limited (ALCS).

According to financial analysts, today African Liaison is among the major shareholders in such public quoted companies as:

2.CFC Bank, Barclays Bank of Kenya,

3.CMC Holdings

4.Heritage Insurance Company.

Kibaki together with Joe Wanjui, He is fabulously wealthy and owns a huge stake - together with business magnate Chris Kirubi - in UAP Provincial Insurance, one of the largest Insurance companies in the region.

(BY THE WAY JOE WANJUI I'M TOLD BY A CLOSE SOURCE WAS RECENTLY IN CANADA OTTAWA AND WAS HOSTED BY THE HIGH COMMISSIONER OF KENYA MADAM JUDITH - AND WAS BEING INTRODUCED TO SOME CANADIAN CROOKED COMPANIES IN MONTREAL ( THINK AIR CANADA) SOME CEO'S WHO RUN IT DOWN-

CAN YOU IMAGINE KIBAKI AND JOE WANJUI STILL WORKING HARD TO BRING MORE CROOKS NOW FROM CANADA CURTSY OF THE NEW HIGH COMMISSIONER TO LOOT KENYANS- (PSS- we will post the companies and the directors joe wanjui met while in canada and their companies dirty dealings soon- pass it on to members of parliament to watch out for this particular Canadian corrupt known companies



KWALE
MY ADVISE IS GO TELL KIBAKI TO STOP SENDING PEOPLE LIKE JOE WANJUI ABROAD TO CANADA TO SIGN SHADDY DEALS

WITH THE SUPPORT OF AN INCOMPETENT HIGH COMMISSIONER WITH NO TRAINING OR KNOWLEDGE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS

I HEAR CANADA DOES NOT TOLERATE CORRUPTION AND COMPANIES OR CEO THAT ARE CORRUPT ARE BROUGHT TO BOOK WITH SHAME........

JOE WANJUI WAS IN CANADA WEEK OF 14TH -20TH JULY 2008 IN OTTAWA AND MONTREAL MEETING WITH CORRUPT CEO'S AND DIRECTORS OF COMPANIES WELL KNOWN TO BE CORRUPT.... FIGURE THIS OUT

BY THE WAY MORE DETAILS WE UNDERSTAND JOE WANJUI WAS ACCOMPANIED BY HIS DEAR WIFE.... TRIP PAID FOR BY KENYA TAX PAYERS TO DO KIBAKI'S CORRUPT BUSINESS.....


I MAINTAIN KIBAKI AND JOE WANJUI HAVE A CASE TO ANSWER IN PARLIAMENT..,, OUR BACK BENCHES MEMBERS WILL HAVE A FULL REPORT SEND TO THEM ON WHO JOE WANJUI MET IN MONTREAL AND OTTAWA....... SHOCK SHOCK-

Anonymous said...

hey anon 4:12,

no one is interested anymore. please stick to the topic and drop the caps. asking a little maturity is not asking too much i hope..

Anonymous said...

Where is Chris? Two days now without an new post.

Are you Ok Mr. Kapila?

Anonymous said...

Today is the opening day of Oympics, can we not evalute our chances of winning medals here.

This post is now stale!!

Knoppix!® said...

How about someone doing a post in the comments area?And whom would that be?Ivy I suggest you do the post!

By the way Ivy,the silence of one Unlimited Wanjiku is shouting itself hoarse,dont you think so?
Waiting to read your comment post!Lol

Anonymous said...

New post NOW!!!!!!

Iam tired of opening to the same old post posted 2 days ago.


If Chris is dead, let somone inform his beloved bloggers.

Anonymous said...

OLE NTIMAMA FINALLY ARRESTED?

b-carotene said...

If you must have something to chew on, why not just post something yourself?
Starting to sound like chimpanzees in a zoo.

Ivy said...

Knoppix

Thanks for the vote of confidence, but no thank you ...anyway you know it is a big task and i must go on a fact finding mission at least i have managed to bag some few slangs here and there.

And ebu you hold your tongue unless you want to sound like a chimpanzee in a zoo.

P.s wanjiku unltd has gone missing and i think we should have a comittee of inquiry to investigate the whereabouts of Shiko.

Anyway read an interesting article that students are blaming MPs for the strikes, what nonsense is that? ati the MPs inspired them to strike, that is the biggest upuzi of the year? How come they were not inspired to become presidents or young CEOs?

Knoppix!® said...

Hahahhahahah Ivy i hear young CEO hehehehhee! Ouch imagine a juvenile Aden Mohamed or a deliquent Martin Otieno Oduor!

For sounding like a Chimpanzee in a Zoo, only pedestrians think as much!

How was lunch by the way?

Anonymous said...

Ivy and Knoppix are sleeping together thanks to Kumekucha.
They meet here and the love is blossoming. I heard they are going to get married soon and Chris will be the best man of the groom.

Funny, people meet in all sort of places.

Wish them well!

Anonymous said...

Is anyone watching olympic opening ceremony. Spetactular!!! I am watching it online.

Anonymous said...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/7547148.stm

Anonymous said...

Is 8/08/08, the luckiest day of the year?

You might have not woken up today feeling very lucky. And what with falling house prices, rising food costs and the ever-increasing cost of motoring, you may well consider yourself quite the opposite.

But don't fall into complete and utter despair just yet. For today -in some circles at least - is held to be one of the luckiest days ever.

Its significance is said to lie in the importance of the number eight, which is linked to good fortune by many cultures.

And as this is the eighth day of the eighth month of the eighth year of this millennium, there are three of them in a row - 8/8/08 - which apparently all adds up to a pretty darn cosmically good state of affairs.

Google
 
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...