Flipping through TV channels this evening was fascinating for those Kenyans who are in Kenya or able to gain access to Kenyan TV stations.
On NTV constitutional law guru Prof Yash Pal Ghai praised the Waki report (as a lawyer and expert). While on KTN Budalangi legislator, Ababu Namwamba who is also a lawyer defended the ODM position in joining PNU in rubbishing the Waki report.
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The most fascinating thing here is the reaction of the majority of Kenyans mainly as could easily be gauged from sampling those who called in. It was clear that there is great anger against those who are rejecting the Waki report and by extension saying YES to impunity and its’ survival in the country’s political landscape. One caller put it very clearly when they said that it was unfair for the political class to reject the Waki report to protect their own when many ordinary Kenyans are still languishing in jail as suspected participators in the post election mayhem. So is this the justice that the political class are promoting in rejecting the Waki report?
Take note fellow Kenyans in all this sordid affair of the reaction of the political class to the Waki report, something has happened. A clear shift has taken place in the political stratosphere. This is the beginning of the end of old politics in Kenya. This is the end of ODM. This is the end of PNU. And most of all this is the end of impunity. Let us wait and see what will happen.
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