Either Kibaki must have been religiously reading Kumekucha or thinking on the same wavelength as his apologists here. This may be the only way to reconcile his attempts to give national wings to the MOVE ON mantra. He started it over the weekend in Nakuru telling the IDPs to forgive and promptly made it the central plank of his Kenyatta day speech.
Ours is a country raped of any future and crying for direction from scoundrels with no BALLS to take challenges head on. Instead they perfect DECEPTIVE maneuvers to bandage national wounds that will surely consign us collectively to septic trauma. But you cannot blame nor envy Kibaki given the fact that Waki and Kriegler report both point fingers at two institutions at the heart of his fraudulent presidency. Before you shout stuck record please tell that Waki who has also chosen to address the cause and not cherry pick symptoms.
The heads of ECK and the police force are human and would not go down with a fight. The cupboard is full of skunks whose order is guaranteed to intoxicate all and sundry. The stinking details are too scary to imagine and faint hearts would better do with amnesty which they have been all hitherto opposing before the mask was removed from close buddies who schemed and financed murder of fellow Kenyans within the hallowed precincts of State House.
Kriegler may have been too cautious only sticking his neck on ECK. But not Waki who went the whole hog and looked the horse in the mouth and called it bluff in three apt words, IMPUNITY, IMPUNITY and more IMPUNITY. Expecting the same person who personifies impunity extraordinaire is not only naive at best but akin to recommending self-amputation of your very limbs at worst.
Unbreakable Hague noose
Poor Kenyans, we are stuck in a rut as we remain collectively hostage to poor, deceptive and fraudulent leadership whose singular agenda is to auction every facet of our country to the highest bidder. The supporting acts of Libyans have had their paycheck and so do Ugandans. Meanwhile Kibaki only remains comfortable with tried and tested fear of the unknown by selfishly cautioning that implementing Waki and Kriegler recommendations will plunge Kenyan into further into acrimony. For Pete’s sake we are at the bottom of the pit and we cannot fal any deeper.
Even Kofi Annan concurs that our problems are all rolled up in IMPUNITY and preaching forgiveness will only succeed in entrenching the same beast. We cannot afford the luxury of Moi-like hollow slogans of peace, love and unity. But thank God for small mercies. Waki must have foreseen the dithering and playing dice with Kenyans’ lives.
Waki's Hague option is not only LETHAL but a masterstroke and timeless too. Kibaki is better advised to act now when he can use incumbency to manipulate things in his favour. Gerrymandering will only see him plucked from Othaya to the Hague Charles Taylor style. Time is priceless and Emilio cannot buy in this case.
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