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Tuesday, September 09, 2008

The Dilemma of a Political Dog in Dental Brace

The perils of living a political lie must be taking its heavy toll on Kibaki. With the political bills knocking, the opportunity wouldn’t have been more favourable to flex political muscles in managing own succession-autopolitisiasis. But alas! Kenyan political birds have discovered the feathers on the owl’s head and no amount of threat and misinformation that they are horns will wash.

As Mungatana aptly put it PNU ran its course and the vehicle delivered its goods. It may be time to seek fresh business but not so fast when the passenger has just discovered the beauty and benefits of owning the car. Now that the wheels are claimed by everybody with eyes singularly trained in 2012 when Kibaki will be past his sell-by date, whom do you turn to for negotiation? Well, Kibaki has the power instruments of an incumbent and whether he wields that to beat everybody in line is proving to be politically very elusive.

With DP throwing political tantrums at any available microphone, Kibaki finds himself with many political foes than friends. Mark you some of these people know him better than all of us put together and his penchant to ride on people’s back may prove to be his Achilles heels this time round. With Martha and co pissing from inside and daring both perceived and real political foes awaiting the President’s hand, the political road ahead can be anything but not smooth.

Toothless political dog
Four years is a lifetime in politics and Kibaki needs all his political associates lest he is left holding the leaking bath tub with the baby gone. The Gema votes are central to his political schemes and the same commodity pushes Kibaki between the hard rock and the political dark blue sea. The political concoction of Jomo Junior and Prof Kiarie Kinuthia complicates matters for the present heir presumptive. While the hand is crying to be exposed, the law and benefits of loyalty demands otherwise and in the process tension boils.

So how do you rediscover your political teeth when the law of disuse have dispensed of the same? Well, the perils of living a political lie shrouded in deception is not sustainable and the facade may just be about to explode. The DP brigade knows better and with them lies some of the finest strategies to expose the King’s nudity. The time of political reckoning is here and the faint-hearted are in for the shock of their lives. Welcome to realpolitik made in Kenya as practiced by political scoundrels. Simply put PNU was a political fraud and the monster is coming back for its dues.

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31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Taabu,for how long are you going to keep on harping on this tired old topic.Its like keeping on listening to yesterday's news which isnt of much value as news.As someone put it we have since moved on and are in the process of thinking about other development(like the construction of a rail link from Lamu to Juba in Sudan-exciting thoughts). Otherwise its only a fool who thinks life has stopped cause their spouse has left them.

Kimi Raikkonen said...

Taabu, why the hypocrisy? You have previously made the following comments directed at me:

"...But what makes you stand from a crowd is your input to change the course. Or are you resigned to the rot?..."

So why don't you practice what you preach by telling the truth? Or is dishonesty an ODM disease that won't go away, given that most ODM positive people practice the same?
Why do you keep hoping, wishfully thinking and harping on the lie that DP or Narc-k have clout within the PNU bedrock?

Vikii said...

So according to Taabu, Joseph Munyao has some clout that outmatches Kibaki's? Taabu, as much as you like Karua (and I do too), you will have to understand that she is new to national politics. Flawless as a leader, yes BUT still a political greenhorn.

Taabu, it is indeed the ODM (the party you so religiously support) that was, is and will cntinue to be a big fraud. It is FRAUD when a party so verociously preys on the ignorance of its membership. It is fraud when a party tells Kenyans that they are poor not because its top leaders have been STEALING from state coffers and GRABBING public land for decades, but because some "enemy" community has unfairly taken up their jobs. It is fraud, actually big fraud, when all three top leaders of a political party are implicated by all the country's most authoritative corruption enquiry reports. It is fraud, Taabu, when a party leader is so prominently mentioned by a credible commission like the Ndung'u commission and refuses to take himself to court. And it is fraud when a party loses elections and refuses to honour the will the people. It is FRAUD when a political party sells its soul and agrees to be used as a puppet by foreign governments to fight its country's legitimate government.

And Taabu, it is fraudulent when a good and informed man like you agrees to be lied to. When you choose to play in the Kibera league where they live in delusion and denial, I cry. A river. For a dear friend. And a brother.

b-carotene said...

I am surprised at these responses to Taabu's post. It was utterly and completely unintelligible to me. And for a moment I thought you had a brain in your head....Just take the day off.

Anonymous said...

Ambassador Muthaura has no Parliamentary Authority or powers to give Pauline Musyoka Ksh 400,000 per month (4.8 million per year) for her charities. Kenya’s Controller and Auditor General must exercise her constitutional powers to disallow the Muthaura gift and put an end to political patronage.


Illegal Charity: at public expense


A debate rages on in the Kenyan press with split opinion about whether Pauline Musyoka, wife of Kenya’s Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka, should have kept the Ksh 400,000 a month she was “offered” by the Head of the Public Service, Ambassador Muthaura as compensation for “wise counsel and guidance which contribute to the public good in the course of nation building activities, besides playing hostess during national and other official public engagements.”


Mrs. Musyoka has said she will after all accept the offer but give it away to several charities, unlike Mrs. Ida Odinga who sensibly refused a similar offer last week.


It’s not really about the amount of money involved. The problem Mrs. Musyoka will have, going forward, is that Ambassador Muthaura’s “offer” is, ipso facto, illegal and unconstitutional regardless of her charitable intentions. This illegality will remain unless and until a supplementary revised national budget is approved by Parliament. It is doubtful that Parliament would approve such expenditure if it was asked. This exposes her to surcharge and other embarrassment if the Controller and Auditor General reports adversely.


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Patronage system:

Ambassador Muthaura’s gift unwittingly exposes a secret and longstanding practice in Government of discretionary and arbitrary spending on the personal comfort of the families of high-ranking officials. Under Kenyan law, Mrs. Musyoka is not actually entitled to public funds as the Vice President’s wife per se. To complicate matters further, apparently Mrs. Musyoka already has a job at the Central Bank of Kenya.


Mrs. Musyoka is certainly not the only current beneficiary of such relational largesse. What is different this time around is purely a question of bad timing. If Kenyan taxpayers were not already so overburdened by the economic hardships resulting from the political crisis following the 2007 elections, the debate might have been far more muted as was the case last year when Ambassador Muthaura announced a pre-election gift of Ksh 500,000 per month to President Kibaki’s wife, Lucy Kibaki.


However, and unfortunately for Ambassador Muthaura, the implicit corruption in such glaring bureaucratic manipulations of public spending choices is clear. Over time, Kenya has developed a patronage system which transfers money from ordinary taxpayers to high income individuals ostensibly so that they can act as intermediaries in assisting the poor. The patronage gravy train culture is well engrained amongst Kenyan officialdom. The logic of spousal allowances of the type offered to Mrs. Musyoka is after all really no different from the argument Kenyan parliamentarians advanced last year when they voted themselves “severance pay” from public coffers. The worry is that the political patronage system has run wild – whether it can be stopped before the bank is completely bust is the only question yet to be answered.


Legal Position: Ambassador Muthaura is subject to the Law

No matter the justification (charitable purposes included) Kenyan law requires all Government of Kenya expenditure to be authorized by Parliament and to be specified in the National Budget. Mrs. Musyoka’s charity is not so authorized or specified – and certainly is not exempt from existing legal strictures. Ambassador Muthaura presumably knows all this but for whatever reason has decided to quietly ride out the storm rather then correct a most obvious error of judgement of public opinion.


Legally, Ambassador Muthaura is skating on thin ice. It would not be going too far to say that in fact Ambassador Muthaura’s actions are illegal, unconstitutional and punishable by Kenyan laws. The Constitution is clear – Ambassador Muthaura the highest ranked civil servant is under a duty to ensure that he does not assume powers which are reserved to Parliament by rewriting the National Budget to insert unapproved expenditure into Government operations. If Parliament last June had wanted to give Mrs. Musyoka an allowance it would surely have done so. As far as the Government Financial Management Act of 2004 goes, Mr. Muthaura may find himself personally liable for any losses occasioned by his recent gift-giving.


Scrutiny of the entire 1517 pages of 2008/2009 Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure of the Government of Kenya for the Year ending 20th June 2009, and specifically the details of personal emoluments and other allowances, will not reveal any budget line item for allowances to the Vice President’s wife for any purpose. When the budget was tabled on June 12th 2008, the Minister of Finance did not ask Parliament for authority to withdraw from the Consolidated Fund an allowance for the spouse of the Vice President. If no parliamentary approval was sought, and no parliamentary approval was given, then many argue that it surely follows the pay offer by Mr. Muthaura is extra budgetary and illegal.


The Acting Minister of Finance, John Michuki, says he is unaware of how these payments are to be made. Given that Section 6(1) of the Government Financial Management Act 2004 says “no expenditure involving a charge on the Consolidated Fund shall be incurred without the general or specific Authority of the treasury” on what authority or with whose permission is Ambassador Muthaura directing these payments should be made? Few will argue that Kenyans are not entitled to an answer to this question; after all it is their tax money which is being used.


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Whether he likes it or not Ambassador Muthaura is subject to Kenyan law. He is an accounting officer and therefore responsible to the Treasury to ensure that no expenditure is made unless it is “lawful, authorized, effective, efficient, economical and transparent.” So says Section 18 of the Government Financial Management Act.


Under the law, Ambassador Muthaura bears personal responsibility (or liability) for public funds misallocated under his charge. Section 33 of the Government Financial Management Act says that Government officers (which applies to Ambassador Muthaura) are “personally liable to the Government for any losses or damages occasioned” by their handling of public money.


Unless some assurance has been given that no consequences shall ensue, Ambassador Muthaura should pause and reconsider his decisions. The fact is that for what he has done, each year public officers are named and shamed by the Controller and Auditor General’s reports on the accounts of Government. Every year, some offending officers are surcharged for losses, disciplined and occasionally prosecuted. However, no-one of his rank has fallen foul of the law, yet.



Advice for Kalonzo Musyoka:

For the Vice President this affair has its own perils. The Vice President is a man of the law who recently campaigned for the Presidency as ‘Mr. Clean’. It is bad political judgement on his part not to understand that the way this affair is going, he looks like the real beneficiary of the Muthaura offer.


The wags would say to him: ‘Yes, indeed Pauline will give away the money to charity, but whose political career benefits out of her charitable work? What happened to your charitable foundation? And what about your wife’s much commented on job at the Central Bank of Kenya?’


Friends might say more to him: ‘You are already extremely well taken care off – remember many don’t even want you to live in the new Karen mansion that is being built for you at great public expense. You don’t want to look as if you are taking advantage of your position in this time of economic hardship – the charity should be done by the Government not you.’


A reading of the National Budget (as contained in the 2008/2009 Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure of the Government of Kenya for the Year ending 20th June 2009) reveals the extent of the taxpayers’ investment in the personal comfort of the Vice-President and his household. Objective persons might conclude that it appears that the Kalonzo Musyoka household is more than adequately provided for by the taxpayers of Kenya – perhaps even more than generously.



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What does the Vice President get?

The total cost of the Vice-President’s household and the press service which follows him at home and abroad is Ksh 230.7 million this year alone. The VP’s house allowance is Ksh 2.4 million (Ksh 200,000 per month). You will find this expenditure at page 234 of the 2008/2009 Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure of the Government of Kenya for the Year ending 20th June 2009. Look for Vote R05 Office of the Vice President and Ministry of Home Affairs, under vote head No. 240 - Vice President Press unit and Household Services.


The Vice President’s household has an annual budget of Ksh 4.3 million for hospitality – about Ksh 358,000 per month. Just over Ksh 30 million is budgeted for rent under the VP’s Household budget line. The household can consume Ksh 14 million per year on fuel and stay within budget, while also spending Ksh 11 million on routine maintenance of vehicles, and a further Ksh 6.5 million on maintenance of other assets in the households. This year, over Ksh 75 million has been allocated to the VP’s household for domestic and foreign travel. Last year the Vice President’s official household comprised of 57 staff and there were 12 cars.


Clearly, the elevated political status of the Kalonzo Musyoka family is already well taken care of. Taking any more from poor Kenyans appears churlish and inconsiderate.


To those responsible for correcting the situation:

When all is said and done, certain institutions should have stepped in to speak and act for Kenyans, but they haven’t. The Controller and Auditor General being just one of them. Perhaps the Controller and Auditor General might exercise her constitutional powers under section 100 of the Constitution to disallow the Muthaura gift, and put an end to the patronage he is dispensing.


Certainly, Parliament must put its foot down and stop Ambassador Muthaura from running amok with public funds. They should remind him that it is illegal to do what he has done, and punish him if he is recalcitrant. Parliament should also urgently review the proposed expenditure on the households and personal comfort (e.g. limousines) of the top national leadership. Where waste can be trimmed the savings should be directed to development expenditure for the real benefit of the public. Billions can be saved.



One also expects Kenya’s voluble civil society to join the debate pro bono publico, but sadly only the much oppressed Bunge La Mwananchi stands out in keeping the flame of accountability alive on this issue. Better funded and organized groups are silent on this important but seemingly sensitive issue. We have in mind for example the recently formed National Taxpayers’ Association which needs to urgently start speaking out on the misuse of public funds for political patronage in Kenya.


Mwalimu Mati


Mars Group Kenya



The Relevant Law:


The Constitution of the Republic of Kenya

Section 99. Consolidated Fund and other funds of the Government of Kenya.

(1) Subject to subsection (2), all revenues or other moneys raised or received for the purposes of the Government of Kenya shall be paid into and form a Consolidated Fund from which no moneys shall be withdrawn except as may be authorized by this Constitution or by an Act of Parliament (including an Appropriation Act) or by a vote on account passed by the National Assembly under section 101.


(2) Provision may be made by or under an Act of Parliament for any revenues or other moneys received for the purposes of the Government of Kenya to be paid into some public fund (other than the Consolidated Fund) established for a specific purpose, or to be retained by the authority that received them for the purpose of defraying the expenses of that authority, but no moneys shall be withdrawn from any such public fund unless the issue of those moneys has been authorized by or under a law.


(3) Where any moneys are charged by this Constitution or any Act of Parliament upon the Consolidated Fund or any other public fund of the Government of Kenya, they shall be paid out of that fund by the Government of Kenya to the person or authority to whom payment is due.


(4) Parliament may prescribe the manner in which withdrawals may be made from the Consolidated Fund or any other fund of the Government of Kenya.


Section 100. Authorization of expenditure from Consolidated Fund by appropriation.

(1) The Minister for the time being responsible for finance shall cause to be prepared and laid before the National Assembly in each financial year estimates of the revenues and expenditure of the Government of Kenya for the next following financial year.


(2) When the estimates of expenditure (other than expenditure charged upon the Consolidated Fund by this Constitution or by any Act of Parliament) have been approved by the National Assembly, a Bill, to be known as an Appropriation Bill, shall be introduced into the Assembly, providing for the issue from the Consolidated Fund of the sums necessary to meet that expenditure and the appropriation of those sums, under separate votes for the several services required, to the purposes specified therein.


Section 101. Authorization of expenditure in advance of appropriation.

If the Appropriation Act for a financial year has not come into operation, or is not likely to come into operation, by the beginning of that financial year, the National Assembly may, by a vote on account, authorize the withdrawal from the Consolidated Fund of moneys (not exceeding in total one-half of the sums included in the estimates of expenditure for that year that have been laid before the Assembly) for the purpose of meeting expenditure necessary to carry on the services of the Government of Kenya during that year until such time as the Appropriation Act comes into operation, but any moneys so withdrawn shall be included, under separate votes for the several services in respect of which they were withdrawn, in the Appropriation Act.


Section 104. Remuneration of certain officers.

(1) There shall be paid to the holders of the offices to which this section applies such salary and such allowances as may be prescribed by or under an Act of Parliament. [FN: 13 of 1977, s. 4]


(2) The salaries and any allowances payable to the holders of the offices to which this section applies shall be charged upon the Consolidated Fund.


Section 105. Controller and Auditor-General.

(1) There shall be a Controller and Auditor-General whose office shall be an office in the public service.


(2) It shall be the duty of the Controller and Auditor-General—


(a) to satisfy himself that any proposed withdrawal from the Consolidated Fund is authorized by law, and, if so satisfied, to approve the withdrawal;


(b) to satisfy himself that all moneys that have been appropriated by Parliament and disbursed have been applied to the purposes to which they were so appropriated and that the expenditure conforms to the authority that governs it;


(5) In the exercise of his functions under subsections (2), (3) and (4), the Controller and Auditor-General shall not be subject to the direction or control of any other person or authority.

Kimi Raikkonen said...

B-carotene, please shed some light on your point. You are not clear. How can something surprise you if it is completely unintelligible?

Anonymous said...

The perils of living a political lie must be taking its heavy toll on Molasses raila. With the political bills knocking, the opportunity wouldn’t have been more favourable to flex political muscles in managing own coronation-autopolitisiasis. But alas! Kenyan political birds have discovered the feathers on the owl’s head and no amount of threat and misinformation that they are horns will wash.

As Ababu aptly put it ODM ran its course and the vehicle delivered its goods. It may be time to seek fresh business but not so fast when the passenger has just discovered the beauty and benefits of owning the car. Now that the wheels are claimed by everybody with eyes singularly trained in 2012 when Molasses will be past his sell-by date, whom do you turn to for negotiation? Well, molasses has the power instruments of a toothless PM and whether he wields that to beat everybody in line is proving to be politically very elusive.

With ababu and other young turks tired of 0ld guard throwing political tantrums at any available microphone, molasses finds himself with many political foes than friends. Mark you some of these people know him better than all of us put together and his penchant to ride on people’s ignorance may prove to be his Achilles heels this time round. With William ruto and co pissing from inside and carefully placing themselves on the path to the house on the hill, the political road ahead can be anything but not smooth.

Toothless political dog
Four years is a lifetime in politics and molasses needs all his political associates lest he is left holding the leaking bath tub with the baby gone. The luo, luhya & kalenjin votes are central to his political schemes and the same commodity pushes molasses between the hard rock and the political dark blue sea. The political concoction of william ruto and ababu's grand opposition idea that refuses to go away complicates matters for the present president in waiting. While the hand is crying to be exposed, the law and benefits of loyalty demands otherwise and in the process tension boils.

So how do you rediscover your political teeth when the law of disuse have dispensed of the same? Well, the perils of living a political lie shrouded in deception is not sustainable and the facade may just be about to explode. The william ruto brigade knows better and with them lies some of the finest strategies to expose the Prince’s 'uncut' nudity. The time of political reckoning is here and the faint-hearted are in for the shock of their lives. Welcome to realpolitik made in Kenya as practiced by political scoundrels. Simply put ODM was a political fraud and the monster is coming back for its dues.


Taabu's Mistress

Anonymous said...

Taabu's Mistress,

thats accurately put. surely, you have learnt more from your boyfie.

Anonymous said...

b-carotene,we are not there to make your day.If you had a bad night thats your own problem and if you want to read something to make you laugh I suggest a comic and I believe there are enough articles on rocket science that make intelligent reading.

Anonymous said...

b-carotene,we are not there to make your day.If you had a bad night thats your own problem and if you want to read something to make you laugh I suggest a comic and I believe there are enough articles on rocket science that make intelligent reading.

Anonymous said...

b-carotene,we are not there to make your day.If you had a bad night thats your own problem and if you want to read something to make you laugh I suggest a comic and I believe there are enough articles on rocket science that make intelligent reading.

Anonymous said...

Vikii - today you have put it like you have never done before. Little did i ever imagine the top 3 leaders are implicated. I have done my research and confirmed your assertions. You are spot on.

Well as we talk fraud - another fraud is when they go for a campaign in northern kenya and dismiss the 6% growth - by saying if you had 1 cow it means you should have 6 by now if the economy was growing.

These our politicians are all fraudsters.

Mzee wa kijiji

Vikii said...

Mzee wa Kijiji, they have no idea there is a world of a difference between 6% and 600%, otherwise the cow analogy would have been a little smarter than that.

b-carotene said...

Ooops! I ruffled feathers.
Yes Kimi, the surprise was directed at the responses to Taabu's post, who I suggested can take the day off to rest, recuperate, think even a little, then write.
And yes anon 3:51-3, I didnt have much of a night, let alone a bad one, and am now happily engrossed in a comic book--great advice. Now, if you'd only stop your silly repeat postings. One rant is enough.

Taabu said...

B-Carotene,
I hear you lound and clear and headed to bed straight away. So would you please mind not disturbing? While at INFINITY and BEYOND remember comic is not real and don't do it at home. Wachana na Kimi, he hasn't had lunch break yet.

Taabu said...

Kimi,
Would you please confirm or deny the rumours that you CHOTEAD our own Surinder Thaathi to fix Lewis for you? If so then you owe Kwale an apology and please wake him up from his RAGE at you and FIA.

Anonymous said...

I understood the reason for giving the good ladies 400 thao monthly was to assist them to sit pretty besides their husbands (i.e be smartly dressed and not repeat clothes often, have radiant faces that are well smeared with mascara and eyelids that have been shaved and repainted to the correct shape and size, and to attend classes for giving coherent speeches and putting on persistent and fake smiles etc ad nauseum). I ask myself...can the Muthaura who is Raila-phobic do anything good to Ida his wife? The money was actually meant to go to Pauline but because Muthaura knows Raila and his wife cannot stoop so low to accept the money, he put in Ida's name as a smokescreen (i.e kutufunika macho). I have a feeling if Ida accepted the money, it would have been withdrawn altogther "due to public pressure" and she would have been painted as unpopular and greedy for money ( and by extension, her husband). If the money was meant to prop up the good ladies, then Pauline has missed the point and it amounts to misuse (or is it mis-allocation)of funds. If she knew she didn't need the money for propping she should have had the wisdom to refuse the money, or request that it be re-allocated to the Department of Children. Having received the money, she is now a public servant and according to policy, she should sign performance contract. The expected targets would among others be "be well propped up to project a good image of your husband and Kenya", but the actual targets achieved at the end of the year will be " Educated, clothed and fed 20 orphaned children". It is not too late for Pauline to channel that money to the Children's home in the right way. Pauline will sign 2 performance contracts with the Government, one as an employee of Central Bank and the other as the VPs wife. Has it ever happened anywhere in the world? To me this payment of money to prominent wives is not sustainable. What will happen if the next PM will have 10 wives ( 4 million shillings paid per month!!)? And what will happen if the next VP is a married woman? Will the husband get the money for"propping up for his wife?" This will be so un-African. That's how I see it.

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papa plus said...

Following Kenyan politics is very similar to watching sponge bob cartoons. Nothing new and serious ever gets discussed. Our ministers who double up as MPs are busy jostling for positions for the next election.

How about getting down to work?

Anonymous said...

papa plus, why not be specific and say: central kenyan politicians are solely responsible for the endless politiking , aren't they the ones already shamelessly campaigning when IDPs are suffering? Karua leads the pack - kwani does she think people have forgotten so quickly when she was the visibly defending all the theft that was going on at KICC.

Anonymous said...

the state of PNU today

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/469130/-/tkd29m/-/index.html

hehehe, ati MoUs are not honored

papa plus said...

Anon 1:24
I could say that central Kenyan MPs are engaged in politiking 24/7 but that would be a cop out in my view. They are all engaged in it. Ask yourself what was the main agenda of last weekend's ODM retreat? Was it not to smooth feathers and control the natives so that they don't stray too far off the reservation?

Why can't anyone sit down on tv or radio and enumerate exactly what the GK is accomplishing towards IDPs, infrastructure, constitution, and other important issues so far on a weekly or monthly basis? What is the subject of our times? is it political personalities and egos or is it issues of governance? I sometimes wonder if these guys ever go to their offices unless there is a scandal brewing in relation to their office. Remember Kimunya playing around with the car alarm in his briefcase? How about him playing musical chairs in his office? Shows how familiar he is with his surrounding and gadgets, no?

It'd be a welcome relieve to see a minister argue about issues on telly rather than watching them offer pronouncements, threats and sarcasm about such and such meeting.

Anonymous said...

Karua knows Kibaki darkest secrets we all know that!!Kibaki can not and will not open his mouth against Martha Karua and why is that??

1. Nyeri bigwigs wakina Ndegwa(former governor of central bank and his nyeri golf millionaire cronies are behind martha Karua 100% sources have confirmed and so what is not looking fishy thi the picture of Karua and Uhuru exchanging insults?? this is all managed politics from yours truly central lesotho province to deceive kenyans..

The truth of the matter is
1.Martha Karua(for president)

2.Uhuru (Uhuru Prime Minister and

3.Kibaki(party chairman for life)

si he is in his seventies not to long to kick the buckets and nobody cares anymore..

Kenyans watch out...don't be cheated that as one inside sources says is the central province line up of 2012... na nime tambua!!

Anonymous said...

War of the Roses- Narc-K and PNU watch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6E3SbUDZBA&feature=user

Anonymous said...

molasses raila dictatorial traits emerged over the weekend trying to silence young turks gunning for grand opposition. ole wake, he forgot he was not addressing a baraza of dimwits like taabi and phil and they rubbished his silly talk.
he better continue making his tailor made 'get a cut, get a life ad' chants to the likes of Okello in new slum kisumu!!!!


Taabu's Mistress

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:37, you mean your Taabu is a dimwit? How low can you stoop? ole wako

Anonymous said...

Anons 11.22pm and 8.06am,

Pauline could not and will not decline this payment. As a gava employee she knows that turning it down would be interpreted as extreme rudeness. In gava you cant know better than your superiors.

Anonymous said...

Is Kenya suffering from blindly coping from the white man hata we can right our own law how pathetic is it to kenyan no wonder my kiuk friends are changing nationality in droves.

Anonymous said...

You forgot to mention that they change nationality and crime rates go up wherever they settle.

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with you. It is common sense that wherever Mungikis change nationalities, crime rates sore!!!!

Anonymous said...

Very true. Wherever they settle, crime rate is always high.

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