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Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Arrest Warrant: Bashir's Cheap Kenyan Tricks


Busing in supporters to central Khartoum chanting WE LOVE PRESIDENT BASHIR was a movie scripted and premiered in Kenya. After butchering nearly 300,000 of his own subjects in Darfur, Bashir outdid Kenyan politicians in running home to drum support when cornered.

Luis Moreno is a tough cookie. He terrorized dictators and murderers in his native Argentina and Bashir must have underestimated his resolve to indict him even if only for sentimental reasons. The heat is on and fellow strongmen in Africa are not sitting pretty any more as evident in their opposition to Bashir’s arrest warrant.

Not that they love General Al-Bashir any bit but they are alive to the fact that their necks may be next on Moreno’s chopping block. Bashir’s copy of our own Mutua was predictable as the sun rising in the east with that tired line of neo-colonialism. And Mustafa Othman Ismail is in good company with many here who will wax patriotic when convenient in support of their own political tin gods.

Security in numbers
Bashir will not present himself to The Hague but Moreno has cut the ice. The precedent ans symbolism will sent a cold chill on the spines of scoundrels hell bent of exterminating their opponents and voters whom they consider a challenge to their dictatorship and plunder. No amount of plastic patriotism will buy immunity from indictment.

And just as our IDPs continue to pay the price of unholy trinity perpetrated by our own king, Sudanese refugees are the end losers with six foreign aid agencies having their registrations revoked already. Speak of painful security in numbers amongst insensitive murders who will stop at nothing in the process of feathering their nests at national expense.


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89 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was listening to NPR today and they were talking about sending war criminals in the USA to the Hague. These would be fellows who commited war crimes under the Bush administration.

Quess what the concensus was?

A majority of congressmen disagreed with having an outside party investigate and prosecute American citizens especially since the American legal system was fully functional and capable.

I wonder if the same can really be said for Africa inspite of Mutua's staunch support in our judicial system.

(I will laugh my ass off if Mutua and Kivuitu are ever to find themselves at the mercy of our judicial system)

Anonymous said...

This furkin arabu arse..period. Kenyans beware,and watch sudan carefully.Cos these pple do not see you as pple if you ain't "one of them" -so chungeni kabisa saaaana.
Ukweli mtupu.

Vikii said...

Mutua and kivuitu have nothing to do with a judicial system you consider imperfect. Neither of them is Kenya's Arttoney General or chief justice. If you have issues with how the syatem is run, please raise it up with the relevant persons. And if you are convinced they have engaged in criminal activities by not tickling your fancies, you know, by not doing that which makes you happy (and we all know what it is, don't we?), then you can "take them to the Hague" since that appears to be the new discovery.

Regarding the main post, I have no comment expect to reinforce the argument that dictators SHOULD NOT "exterminate those they consider a challenge to their dictatorship and plunder" by adding that, power hungry muttonheads on the other hand, should not exterminate those who refuse to buy their concocted shortcut to power. Those who perpetuate the extermination of people who refuse to vote for them are no different from Bashir. perhaps the only difference is that Bashir will die having been a President, at least.

Anonymous said...

Molasses Raila aka 'Taabu's Lord' presided over the massacre of 1500 kikuyu's and displacement of over 1 million Kenyans just to get a foot into power. He like Bashir will one day face the full force of the Law but io guess Taabu can only see the speck in Bashir's eye...typical ODM moronic syndrome.
Once Molasses Raila is disposed off with, we have killers like Ruto, Ntimama, Balala...ODM guns for hire and their silly followers who burnt business premises of their employers

Anonymous said...

SCANDAL, FRAUD, DECEPTON;

RAILA OWNS SETTLEMENT LAND IN MALINDI

Raila told to give his ILLEGALLY acquired land at the Coast to squatters


Updated 7 hr(s) 40 min(s) ago

Prime Minister Raila Odinga has been asked to give his land at the Coast to the landless.

Squatters in Malindi’s Chembe-Kibabamche Settlement Scheme have urged Raila to surrender seventy acres he owns there.

They also called on other senior Government officials who own land in Malindi and other parts of Coast Province to donate it to squatters.

The squatters, led by Malindi politician Nixon Charo Mramba, urged Raila to "display his statesmanship and surrender the land for the resettlement of squatters, the main reason the scheme Government set up the scheme in the 1970s".

Private land

Last week, four suspects, including former Malindi Mayor Fredrick Kazungu Diwani and retired District Lands Registrar Elizabeth Thoya, were charged with forging a title deed for the Prime Minister’s land.

They are out on bond.

"While we do not want to comment on the court case, we would like the Prime Minister to donate the land to the landless," said Mr Mramba.

He said senior people in Government own land in the scheme and other places along the coastal strip, and they should surrender it.

"We want leaders who will address the plight of the downtrodden," said Mramba.

Meanwhile, Malindi DC Arthur Mugira has declared war on squatters who invade and allocate themselves private land.

He said the Provincial Administration and the police would crack down on invaders and prosecute them.

Speaking to the Press yesterday, the DC said people had a right to own property anywhere and the Government had a duty to protect them.

"We want to create an environment in which investors will buy property in and develop Malindi. People invading land for the misplaced reason that it belongs to their ancestors are fooling themselves," he said.

Anonymous said...

Vikii,

Kibaki has blood on his thieving hands. He invited Mungiki to State House to effectively perpetuate the murder and extermination of all those who were against his stealing of the election. Kibaki’s murderous scheme was assisted by Kivuitu and Kalonzo.

I’m on your side when you say muttonheads like Kibaki and Bashir belong in jail.

Kibaki and Bashir are twins. They are also both presidents.

Anonymous said...

Raila flies out to Germany for health test


Prime Minister Raila Odinga was scheduled to leave the country last evening for Germany for a medical check-up.

According to an official who requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue, the PM is to meet his doctors "for a routine check-up following circumcision operation he underwent last year".

Last May, Raila underwent what his aides termed a 'minor surgery' in Germany. His spokesman then described the operation as successful.

However, the official disclosed that to avoid embarassment, the PM had requested an official word to go out that he was undergoing a routine eye check.

Anonymous said...

wa wa wa.....kwani Raila's 4 inch ninio was bitten of by Ruto???

Anonymous said...

You mean even Raila can steal from coast people after voting for his presidential candidature so convincingly??? kwani what happened to our liberator who promised us haki yetu and maisha bora. surely stealing land while the owners are landless is ashaming for our PM...now i know that just like molasses plant he may have acquired this land through under hand deals...why is Chris not shedding more light on this????

Chris stop burying your head when our leader is misbehaving.

Concerned

Anonymous said...

Nation page 40 - 'we're not ready for fresh talks on peace accrord, leaders tell ODM.'

Question, leaders in this case are who? PNU and ODMK? is it MPs and ministers? we have more ODM MPs in parliament than any other party. The ministers are 5050. Who is Nation refering to when they say leaders? And isn't this serious bias in journalism? Where did proffessionalism go to? Please somebody explain because I may not be understanding what this means.

Anonymous said...

Chris:

Before finishing swallowing the maize his son stole, Molasses Raila is at it again in Malindi. He has stolen seven acres from the squatters. Now the squatters want his makende. That is why he talking of renegotiation of NARA as a diversion. It won't work this time.

What drives a PM to steal from the most vulnerable of our citizens? What makes a multiple-billionaire grab from the poor half-dressed Digos/Giriamas the only land they have for burial? Is it a learned behaviour or an in-born characteristic?

Either way you slice it, this must be a contemptuous thieving thug.

Anonymous said...

Anon 11.32pm. If you can use a computer, you can understand what is meant. But I think KTN and the Standard reported it better. Odm needs to take wetangula's words seriously: there was a gava before the coalition and there will be a gava after the coalition. But orengo has said they will not leave, so nyongos outbursts can be ignored. One question you need to ask yourself is: how many mps who are in bunge courtesy of odm are loyal?

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

Dr Watson, a world renowned geneticist and a Nobel Prize winner concluded black people are intellectually inferior to any other race. He said he was "inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa" because "all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours - whereas all the testing says not really.". He said he hoped that everyone was equal, but countered that "people who have to deal with black employees find this not true".

One Wife Man (formerly joe the choma man) said...

Taabu aka Problems,
I am in a foul mood ala Emilio today...-how dare Ocampo do his job and issue an arrest warrant?against who? and who is Moreno anyway?

Image and perception is everything in politics and every government on the face of this planet has its spin "make-up" doctors Alfie is not the least in that club-remember "chemical Ali" give the man credit at least he was a journalist before NARC

Bashir is within his "rights" to scramble support from his dumb followers-they've got the leader they deserve and let them keep him forever-in fact change their constitution and make him president for life. i'm through with these stupid voters and electorates who are their own worst enemies and will slaughter themselves at the drop of a hat for their dictators

Simon Makonde said...

taabu,

Kenyan people are intellectually inferior. When we have a Prime Minister suggesting we should hire a foreigner to head the electoral commission, is he not saying the problem solving ability of indigenous population is not as good as 'white expatriates'?

Anonymous said...

Taabu
Mutula said ODM’s political top brass was a letdown to the masses.
"The party has in the past engaged in unnecessary political games and threats that are not healthy for the coalition," said Mutula.
A tough-talking Mutula dared ODM to make their threat real and quit the coalition instead of engaging in "political hot air" and demanding the renegotiation of the National Accord.

Foreign Affairs minister Moses Wetangula said the Kibaki administration would not collapse if ODM pulled out of the grand coalition.
"There will be a government even if there is no grand coalition," he said. Mr Wetangula said ODM joined a functioning government and that a pullout would not bring the Government to its knees."

Meanwhile, PNU Vice-Chairman and Cabinet Minister Noah Wekesa in a Press statement said ODM was bent on rocking the Grand Coalition Government in pursuit of raw political power.
"ODM have embarked on a pursuit of raw power, where their only quest is getting positions for themselves," said Dr Wekesa.

Hannah said...

The right to uphold humanity and the interference of a third nation has resulted in bloody mess (Iraq). Does this mean we should turn a blind eye on crimes on humanity happening in other nations? Make your stance on the situation of arrest warrant for Omar al-Bashir at
www.allvoices.com/journalism
.

Anonymous said...

Again, people are getting excited about the Hague.

Bashir wont be caught anytime soon, he will keep changing the constitution so he can continue to be in power until he dies or is too sick to face the Hague. He will then die in peace, whether in a jail cell, or in exile. Or, there will have to be a coup or revolution to bring his regime down, at the cost of another war potentially.

At the same time, the ICC is a relatively new prosecuting body, so there will be many delays, and as Sudan is one of the biggest oil producers and has a big capacity to produce more, the ICC wil face alot of heat from the UN Securiy Council (China- one of the biggest consumers of oil, USA - Has a vested interest in Sudan - Al Qaeda and oil in the south) which will just delay things more. Lets give it 5-10 years and see, things may change.

Its funny anon 7.10 that you mention the US, if they do not even want to try their own people at the Hague, why are we so quick to run there? Yes our judicial system sucks, but at what point will reform start? 30 years from now? What is the difficulty in setting up a local tribunal that is monitored by foreigners, and has some of the judges from outside Kenya, but is still a locally driven process with the sentences working towards building our community? The Hague will not bring us what we need, a good judicial system, it will do a good job of trying and convicting people, but even that is not certain considering they are trying suspects who were involved in murders in the 100's of thousands.

John Maina said...

I hail the ICC decision and would cast my vote for the senile president to be paraded at the Hague though I dont think he has long to go judging by his incoherence jana.

There is overwhelming evidence that through the senile president commission/omission he has committed atrocities.

But the ICC must also not forget Moi another thug still free.

Anonymous said...

I wish someone could donate some maize meal and fish to John maina, (a jaluo who likes using a Mt kenya name). I have sensed that the fellow is led more by hunger than anger. From his foul language one can tell that he is probably jobless and with no hope of getting gainful employment in the Kenyan economy. Let him know that the Nairobi city council has benches all over the city for idlers like him.

Anonymous said...

Chris:
Today Mungiki was out in full force. At the Globe Cinema I saw some Luos who were heading toward Mathare run helter-skelter back to city center when they saw just four mungiki youth.

Are the Luo bloggers at kk still supporting Mungiki and Prof Alston. And you Chris, what do you have to say from your leafy neighbourhood about the Mungiki chaos.

If the police don't take any action, the Kikuyus will take matters into their hands and kill these thugs.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:20 AM,
John Maina is a school drop-out Mungiki adherent, upset by Kibaki's police clampdown on the sect.

Anonymous said...

So Mungiki has struck again. Since the Kikuyu people hate the rest of Kenyans so much, why don’t we designate areas in Nairobi and other cities and towns where only they are allowed to live together with their Mungiki brethren? Why do the rest of Kenyans have to suffer the consequences of the greed and thievery in the house of Mumbi? I don’t have any problem with Mungiki striking in Central province because it is the very people in those areas that support them. I think that disturbing other Kenyan tribes every time is very discourteous.

Anonymous said...

honestly people what has this blog become? this thread is about Bashir (the Arab dictator) who has just discovered he is 'African'. Let him carry his own cross. Mugabe next please...

Anonymous said...

KIBAKI GOVERNMENT KILLER OF INNOCENT KENYANS .... KENYANS SHOULD RISE UP IN ARMS TO REMOVE THIS FORMER NARC ROGUE GOVERNMENT WITH THE THIEVING MURDERER KIBAKI TIME IS NOW NOT TOMORROW NOW... MUNGIKI AND ALL KENYANS MUST RISE UP... BEFORE MORE INNOCENT BLOOD IS SPILLED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Video Confession from Executioner Cop

http://marsgroupkenya.org/pages/stories/UN_Report/index.php

Anonymous said...

WATCH KENYANS WATCH ... YOU THINK YOUR OWN FAMILIES ARE SAFE FROM THIS KIBAKI(PNU) GOVERNMENT??? YOU ARE MISTAKEN!!!! WAKE UP AND RISE ....

http://marsgroupkenya.org/pages/stories/UN_Report/index.php

Anonymous said...

Anon 3.01 am, ebu shut up about Kibaki first of all, kweni he is supposed to carry the cross for everyone?

I can bet you 100% there are extra names you need to add, pls, either you are ignorant or are deliberately ignoring all the rest of those politicians who funded the murder of innocent people. You better not be someone hired to do propaganda.

Anonymous said...

anon 8.15 am, ati kyuks hate other kenyans so much! kweni where did you hear that or see that? stop saying lies, infact you would be surprised at how many intermarriages kyuks have, and you would then eat your words.

I think the first step to clean up this blog is to stop this kind of talk. It sounds very cliche' but if each tribe found something good to say about the other then at least we would be building from something. We cannot keep fighting forever. We dont have 600 years like Europe to fight and sort out our mess. It starts now/

Anonymous said...

I have stopped myself from indulging in silly name caaling and uncivilised posts. But I find it ansolutely infuriating to note that Raila should NOT have 7 acres land in any part of Kenya!
Is it only the Kikuyus who should own land in Kenya? Kenyatta has more that 500,000 Hectares of land throughout Kenya. Kibaki has a 700,000 acres of Land in Bahati Nakuru called Gangilli Farm, 300,000 acres in Rumuruti yet no one talks about this!
So what is 7 acres of land? And more so if he bought it at market price? Shame on you people who think that only Kikuyus have a right to own land in Kenya and allover the world.

Anonymous said...

Anon 3/5/09; @2:02PM

Not that Raila should not own even the whole of Kenya, but that he should do so legally. The land he is purported to have "bought" was set aside for squatters. He "bought" it from a non-existent company - i.e., he stole it from the squatters, the most vulnerable people in our society. He campaigned on a platform of stopping such behavior, yet since he joined the govt he has excelled in thuggish theft which he learned from Moi; remember the molasses factory and the energy contracts when he was minister of energy under Moi? Raila is just another thieving thug like Kenyatta, Kibaki, Moi, and the lest of the scum.


By the way seven acres is a lot of land to a squatter!!!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 2:02 PM you said:

Kibaki has a 700,000 acres of Land in Bahati Nakuru called Gangilli Farm, 300,000 acres in Rumuruti yet no one talks about this!


Dont peddle lies. There is absolutely no-one in Laikipia who owns 300,000 acres of land. I happen to have been in surveying and developing GIS mapping in that district. The largest parcel of land in Laikipia is approximately 110,000 acres Laikipia Nature conservancy owned by Italian Kuki Gallman (www.gallmannkenya.org) Even Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a large ranch by any standard is only 97,000 acres.The only ranch associated with Kibakis is 8000 acreas Lombala ranch owned by his nephew George

Regarding Gingalili (1968) Ltd, it is apparent you have never been near Maili Saba where the farm is. .Do you have any idea 700,000 acres is how many square kilometers? You are just full of muchene, rafiki yangu.

That said, does it mean if Kibaki, Moi and others stole, then naturally Raila can steal and its is okay. That sort of "me too" mentality is a sickness that Kenyans need to be cured of, and urgently!

Raila can, and indeed he does, own land in many places and there is no crime in that but to insinuate that kikuyus stole land so it is okay for him to steal is self-defeating.If he is a god as likes of Taabu and Phil want us to beleive he should stay in that pedestal they have raised him and leave the kikuyus as you ignorantly deduce to steal.

Anonymous said...

Just so you know, 700,000 acres is equivalent to 2,832.7995 KM2. Show me any farm near that size in Bahati!!!!

Vikii said...

Someone is finally teaching the morons AND that should be good news to all of us.

Anonymous said...

KIBAKI GOVERNMENT KILLER OF INNOCENT KENYANS .... KENYANS SHOULD RISE UP IN ARMS TO REMOVE THIS FORMER NARC ROGUE GOVERNMENT WITH THE THIEVING MURDERER KIBAKI TIME IS NOW NOT TOMORROW NOW... MUNGIKI AND ALL KENYANS MUST RISE UP... BEFORE MORE INNOCENT BLOOD IS SPILLED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Video Confession from Executioner Cop

http://marsgroupkenya.org/pages/stories/UN_Report/index.php


WHO GIVES THE RIGHT TO KIBAKI AND HIS GOONS TO SLAUGHTER INNOCENT KENYANS FOR DEMONSTRATING AGAINST EXECUTION OF MUNGIKI OR ANY KENYAN YOUTH??

SHAME ON KIKUYU'S FOR NOT STANDING UP FOR THEIR SONS... I GUESS MONEY TO A KIKUYU IS MORE THAN A CHILD...

WHAT BLOOD THIRSTY ANIMALS ARE THIS KIKUYU TRIBE??

Anonymous said...

KIBAKI GOVERNMENT KILLER OF INNOCENT KENYANS .... KENYANS SHOULD RISE UP IN ARMS TO REMOVE THIS FORMER NARC ROGUE GOVERNMENT WITH THE THIEVING MURDERER KIBAKI TIME IS NOW NOT TOMORROW NOW... MUNGIKI AND ALL KENYANS MUST RISE UP... BEFORE MORE INNOCENT BLOOD IS SPILLED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Video Confession from Executioner Cop

http://marsgroupkenya.org/pages/stories/UN_Report/index.php


WHO GIVES THE RIGHT TO KIBAKI AND HIS GOONS TO SLAUGHTER INNOCENT KENYANS FOR DEMONSTRATING AGAINST EXECUTION OF MUNGIKI OR ANY KENYAN YOUTH??

SHAME ON KIKUYU'S FOR NOT STANDING UP FOR THEIR SONS... I GUESS MONEY TO A KIKUYU IS MORE THAN A CHILD...

WHAT BLOOD THIRSTY ANIMALS ARE THIS KIKUYU TRIBE??

Anonymous said...

Vikii,

Your mungiki chickens are coming home to roost, sio? And caught right smack in the middle of it is your good quack Dr. Mutua Alfred...

Anonymous said...

My name is Onyango Oloo and I am writing from Montreal to DENOUNCE you for once again denying that a woman who has been part of your life since 1972,

Wi Mwega Wambui wa Mwai, Nyina wa Winnie!!

a woman who has given birth to a daughter she conceived with you is not your wife.

At a time when many Kenyan men are evading their parental responsibilities by simply denying that their spouses and their children exist, one would have expected a prominent father and husband such as yourself to show a better example.

How do you think your daughter,

Winnie Wangui Mwai is feeling right now after seeing front page headlines where her own biological father is brazenly denying her very existence?

President Mwai Kibaki wa Wambui:

Do you remember this story that was carried in the Sunday Standard of December 14, 2003:

She may not sit next to the President at public functions, and is not in the limelight much but within the Kibaki family and among friends and relations, Mary Wambui is no secret.

She is highly regarded as the President’s second wife, and is accorded all the privileges due to a presidential spouse. She has been photographed with First Lady Lucy Kibaki and daughter Judy in London, and with Kibaki’s sons Jimmy and David, as well as with the President’s father, Kibaki Githinji who died in 1983.

On every national holiday, the President’s second wife who prefers to be called Mrs Wambui Kibaki arrives dutifully on time in the company of her bodyguards and quietly takes her seat on the dais, a few rows behind the President and First Lady. She is well known to the Presidential security and State House protocol staff.

On Friday, during the 40th anniversary independence celebrations, it was no different. She arrived without pomp or ceremony, in the company of her three bodyguards, and went straight to her unmarked seat on the dais.

Ever since President Kibaki won last year’s election, Wambui’s Nyeri house on Ring Road, near Green Hills Hotel, has been guarded by administration police officers. She also has been assigned two bodyguards to escort her wherever she goes in her Peugeot 504 car.

The Sunday Standard has been compiling a profile of the President’s retiring and publicity-shy second wife, and can now reveal that in Nyeri and Othaya towns, she is a well known and respected figure. Nobody there holds it as a secret that she is the president’s second wife.

In constructing her profile, the Sunday Standard interviewed her, together with members of the President's family several months back.

Wambui took charge of Kibaki's election campaign in Othaya Constituency, and Nyeri District, last year as he campaigned for the presidency countrywide.

Not that President Kibaki needed to campaign in Othaya but she handled all official elections business as his chief campaign agent, she revealed in an exclusive interview.

On the day Candidate Kibaki cast his vote in Othaya, Wambui was by his side, assisting him to vote.

At one time during the campaigns, she escaped unhurt when the aircraft she was traveling in crash-landed at Nyaribu airstrip near Nanyuki town.

Although Wambui was not with Candidate Kibaki when his car crashed into a ditch while returning from a rally in Machakos last year, she drove straight to the hospital when she heard news of the crash, and was among the first family members to arrive.

Wambui granted the Sunday Standard the first interview at her house, a palatial maisonette which she said had been bought by her husband.

She lives in the house with her daughter, Winnie Wangui Mwai, a Masters degree student and the only child she has with the President.

Leafing through the family album, she regaled our writers with memories attached to the numerous pictures she had taken with the President’s family.
Why is so little known about her outside Nyeri?

Before Kibaki became President, says Wambui, even First Lady Lucy was not well known to Kenyans, as the President has never been one to involve his family in his political life.

She had assumed that on becoming President, she too, like Lucy, would be introduced openly, but it is an eventuality she is still waiting for. She thinks it might be that something to do with State protocol necessitated that there be seen to be only one First Lady.

Wambui says that at one time during the campaigns, before Kibaki’s accident, she asked him whether she should go public as his wife. The President, she claims, told her that she was not a secret, which she understood to mean that she would become part of his public life if he won the elections.

However, she says she is not bitter at not being introduced, and understands that maybe she should remain in the family and among Kibaki’s friends where she is known but not try to become part of his national image.

Wambui adds that she is consoled by the fact that even for President Jomo Kenyatta, Mama Ngina was the only First Lady even though his other two wives, Wahu and the late Edna, were officially recognised.

For a second interview we found her at Kibaki's expansive Naromoru ranch, which she manages on behalf of the family.

Despite her not being well known in public, she is part and parcel of the Kibaki family.

"I do not feel restricted, I have my time with him just as before he became President. I go to State House when I want and I can't complain. I am his wife and not being made public does not bother me," Wambui said in one of the interviews.

On the day President Kibaki officially opened the Ninth Parliament, Wambui was there but was kept company by the wife of State House Comptroller Matere Keriri, who is her long-time friend.

We had a short interview with her as we returned the pictures we had borrowed from her family album. She looked at ease as she mingled with dignitaries, several Cabinet ministers stopping to shake her hand as she joined the garden party at Parliament Buildings. But she did not go to sit under the official tent where the President sat with the First Lady to receive guests.

In the earlier interviews, Wambui said she had no problem at all with the First Lady. She has been increasingly operating from her Nyeri home while Lucy remains at the Muthaiga home.

Sources now indicate that Wambui has recently acquired a Nairobi home as she is in capital most of the time.

She said that in the earlier days, in the 1970s, she and Lucy often travelled together, even abroad, for shopping and other functions.

She says she is close to all the President's children, and makes it clear that she would not like to cause tension in the family or embarrass the President.

President Mwai Kibaki met Wambui in 1972 when she was a primary school teacher. Kibaki was at the time a Minister in the Kenyatta government. He was already married to Lucy, who had also been a primary school teacher in the early 1960s.

Wambui, who comes from Mahiga in President Kibaki's Othaya Constituency, says that she was introduced to her father-in-law, Githinji Kibaki, and to her brothers-in-law.
Some of Kibaki’s relatives have corroborated Wambui’s statements from the interviews, such as the fact that she came into Kibaki’s life in the early 1970s.
Early in the 1980s, Kibaki formalised the marriage in a customary arrangement by visiting her parents at Mahiga and paying dowry.

One of Kibaki’s first cousins, Michael Kibaki, who grew up with the President, remembers the occasion when Kibaki met the customary requirement to marry Wambui.
"She is officially his wife and the family knows that," said the President’s cousin.
In Othaya town, nearly everyone you would ask knows Wambui wa Kibaki as she is known in the President's village.

Soon after the General Election, she hosted a big party for all the Kibaki election agents while the President was still recuperating at State House.

Curiously, there are several media articles about her official functions in Nyeri, especially during the campaigns, but she is always only referred to by her maiden name, Mary Wambui.

She says that perhaps the media chose not to refer to her as Kibaki’s wife because it has never been stated officially.

"But take it from me, I am officially married to President Mwai Kibaki," said Wambui in another interview at Naromoru River Lodge.

Smart, tall, and articulate in English and Kiswahili, Wambui is of jovial mien even as she speaks of her life away from the limelight.

She talks extensively about Kibaki's private life and politics.

"I have known him for long, she says. Personally, he is a very humble man. The gentle manner you see him adopt while in public is the same manner he displays at home," she adds.

"He is a good husband and a good father to my daughter Winnie. He never quarrels even if you push him with words."

She says that when Kibaki left his former Bahati (now Makadara) constituency to vie in Othaya, she and Lucy worked with him in his first campaign there.

She says that she and Lucy took part in building Kibaki’s Othaya house in 1974 so that he could have a political base at home.

Later in the 1980s, Wambui became a Kanu official in Nyeri. She was often quoted in the media as a powerful Kanu official in the Nyeri office during the days when Kibaki was branch chairman.

She is a board member of several schools in Othaya and heads several women’s organisations there.

Wambui could not divulge details about how she meets with the President because of state security concerns.

Apart from the Naromoru ranch, she is the manager of several other farming enterprises owned by the Kibaki family.

Can you comment on the accuracy of the above account Mr. President?

Is it true that Mary Wambui has been your spouse since 1972?

Do you deny that Winnie Wangui Mwai is your biological daughter? If that is indeed the case are you prepared, Mr. President to submit to a DNA paternity test?

Why, Mr. President Babake Wangui, are you humiliating one of your wives so publicly yet she is the one who was your chief campaigner in Othaya in the last election?

As you know, she almost lost her life in a plane crash while working very hard to ensure that you got elected MP for Othaya and President of Kenya.

Is this how are you repaying her?

What made you do this Mr Presdent, husband of Lucy and Wambui?

People say that your first wife, First Lady Lucy, occasionally beats you up.

Did she slap you around before ordering you to go public denying your relationship with Wambui or did you do this entirely on your own sexist and misogynist self?

If, Mr President wa Wambui na Lucy, you have no ties to "that woman, Mary Wambui" how come she enjoys so much

state security and financial support?


Why does the GSU guard her residence in Lavington?

Why does she have all those official Kenya government body guards when she goes shopping at the Sarit Centre?

Why was she driven to the recent burial ceremony in a vehicle manned by 4 police officers?

Surely, Mr President, the spouse of Mary Wambui, you cannot imagine that Kenyans are so stupid as to believe your bare faced lies denying your relationship with Mary Wambui.

This is more than embarrassing Mr. President.

You are setting a very bad example to millions of Kenyan men like yourself who maintain MULTIPLE relationships with several women on their own terms.

President Kibaki wa Wambui you are aware that in Kenya both customary African laws and Islamic Sharia sanction polygamy all across the country. Many of the men in your government have more than two wives. And we are not counting the several nyumba ndogos(mistresses and concubines) and ndogo ndogos(teenagers and twentysomething young women that they keep for their sexual pleasure). Nor are we factoring in ex-wives and former girlfriends who have their children.

Your message to these Kenyan polygamists, serial monogamists, lechers and johns is that it is OK to play around with the lives of Kenyan women because after all, when push comes to shove, a man can simply deny that they have anything to do with said woman in question by simply producing the current “official” wife and that will be the end of the story.

Anonymous said...

http://demokrasia-kenya.blogspot.com/2005/03/mwai-wa-wambui-why-deny-mke-na-binti.html

Anonymous said...

Some NGO officials have been sleeping around with stray dogs. Today, they were fatally biten by fleas while driving their ill-gotten Mercedes Benz car.

It is sad to lose human life, but sometimes you don't know whether to mourn or just shrug your shoulders and move on. For now, all I can say is that before people go advocating for a deadly militia like Mungiki, they need to write their wills.

Anonymous said...

If only all kenyans could take an action like Mungiki kenya would be a better country..freedom, peace and prosperity are never just handed over you. You have to claim it, you have to fight for it and at least the Mungiki are doing somthing about it. The rest are busy contradicting themselves claiming the police do not have to follow procedure when the threat is 'serious' at the same time condeming the Mungiki when mungiki also decides(using the same argument) that the poverty is sequally serious and hence they will not follow procedure.
You arrogant bustards think you have the right to decide for everyone. I have news for you even Mungiki are kenyans and promise u they are growing in numbers by the day. Soon it will not be just kukuyu who are 'mungiki



Sir Alex

Anonymous said...

THE MUNGIKI RASCALS ARE BACK

Why do the rest of Kenyans have to suffer the consequences of the greed and thievery in and of the house of Mumbi?. They chop off their own fellow tribesmens heads, burglarize all over the place, carjack vehicles, Rob banks .... e.t.c These Kikuyu mongrels and their blind supporters are a big nuisance to the rest of Kenyans

I don’t have any problem with Mungiki striking in Central province because it is the very people in those areas that support them. I think that disturbing other Kenyan tribes every time is very discourteous.

Anonymous said...

Kenya siwesi rudi!

Anonymous said...

Let Police and mungiki finish each other. Isn't police full of mungiki? I cant wait for the day the last two mungikis, from either side of Chania river(you know yourselves) will pump bullets into each other. Kenya will have peace. These guys are so aggressive that killing is just a way of achieving their money. What a pitiful group of people!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

This blog is bloody boring!

Mashada is the place for people with ideas!! Every topic under the sun is discused there!
http://www.mashada.com/forums/search.php?searchid=411755

Anonymous said...

If Prof Magician Alston thinks he is the best thing that ever happened to Kenya, he should think again. He jetted into Nairobi and in ten days he was an expert in extra-judicial killings in Kenya. He gives experts a bad name.

Mungiki have beheaded Kikuyus and mutilated Luo genitals. And these are the people this vagabond of a white man calls victims. The only way to deal with Mungiki menace is to give he police a free hand and enough bullets. The police must be urged to hunt down Mungiki by all means necessary just as the army did in Mt. Elgon with the guarillas.

Anonymous said...

CHEAP KENYAN TRICKS AS PRACTICED BY MWAI "PUMBAVU" KIBAKI

Surely, Mr Mwai "Pumbavu" Kibaki, as the spouse of Mary Wambui, you cannot imagine that Kenyans are so stupid as to believe your bare faced lies, on national TV no less, denying your relationship with Mary Wambui the mother of your daughter Winnie wa Mwai. If you do, then you must be very PUMBAVU.

Anonymous said...

FROM THE HORSE'S (MARY WAMBUI wa MWAI, NYINA wa WINNIE) MOUTH

"He is a good husband and a good father to our daughter Winnie. He never quarrels even if you push him with words.

When Kibaki left his former Bahati (now Makadara) constituency to vie in Othaya, I and Lucy worked with him in his first campaign there.

Lucy and I took part in building Kibaki’s Othaya house in 1974 so that he could have a political base at home.

I can not divulge details about how I meet with Kibaki because of state security concerns.

Apart from the Naromoru ranch, I am the manager of several other farming enterprises owned by the Kibaki family
"

Now, Mr Mwai "Pumbavu" Kibaki, can you comment on the accuracy of the above account?

Is it true that Mary Wambui has been your spouse since 1972?

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:30 AM, you like skrewing kikuyu women, have you come clean to your dear wife?
Be a man like Kibaki and declare to your wife she is the only one and stop cheating on her. wewe bure kabisa!

John Maina said...

With a tried/tested/failed senile president, the count down to kenyas invertible self destruction is underway having reached the threshold in 2007. Unless we change course, the calamity will hit us all before vision 2030 and when many continue to hide their heads under the sand, support their tribes and be dismissive of what the external bodies can clearly see is a nation on its knees.

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:39 AM, The TRUTH has really hurt you. Pole sana.

By the way, who tells you that I have a wife? I am still happily single. Of course I do intend to marry in the next couple of years before I hit 33 years old.

Stop your foolish assumptions, no wonder your type always go off on pumbavu tangents. Soon you'll be calling me a Jaruo which I am not.

Ati be a Man like Kibaki! Bwa, bwa, bwa, ha, ha, ha, ha..... Kibaki is a WIMP, one of the biggest one's alive. Did you see the way Lucy was looking at him during the Press conference? It was as if to say: IF YOU DO NOT SAY WHAT I HAVE TOLD YOU TO SAY, UTAKIONA! MANY MANY SLAPS WILL LAND ON YOUR UNPADDED CHEEKS. Bwa, bwa, bwa, ha, ha, ha, ha..... Ati be a man like Kibaki? You must be nuts.

About me screwing Kikuyu women? That again seems to pain you. Well, I see nothing wrong with being intimate with the Kikuyu girlfriends that I have had. We have enjoyed ourselves immensely.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:24 AM, People should date their own!! Kubafu wewe!

Inter-tribal marriages should be BANNED in Kenya!!!!

Nimesema

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:31 AM,

Sorry to disappoint you big time. you say that "Inter-tribal marriages should be BANNED in Kenya!!!!" PUMBAFF!!

Umesema Kilo Mia moja za Upumbavu.

By the way, this is information for your toxic TRIBAL self: I did not force my Kikuyu girlfriends to date me. I first tuned them, they eventually accepted, after the usual "hard to get games" that ladies play on guys, and the rest is history - we went the whole "nine yards".

Anonymous said...

Why do the rest of Kenyans have to suffer the consequences of the greed and thievery in and of the house of Mumbi?. They chop off their own fellow tribesmens heads, burglarize all over the place, carjack vehicles, Rob banks .... e.t.c

Anonymous said...

Anon 6:04 AM
Stop hiyo madharau, listen to this beautiful meaningful kikuyu song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tju_YFmwW78&feature=related

Anonymous said...

Kenyans be on the watch out. Mungiki has taken all of Central. Gema is running in all directions. They will soon try to reach coast, Lake, Western, NEP, RV to occupy your land.

Stop them and bring them back to where they belong. Let them kill themselves.

CENTRAL IS FOR GEMA ONLY, no way out. CLOSE ALL THE ROADS!!!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Kenyans be on the watch out. Mungiki has taken all of Central. Gema is running in all directions. They will soon try to reach coast, Lake, Western, NEP, RV to occupy your land.

Stop them and bring them back to where they belong. Let them kill themselves.

CENTRAL IS FOR GEMA ONLY, no way out. CLOSE ALL THE ROADS!!!!

3/6/09 7:42 AM








I mean, what is this nonsense? How did you reach that conclusion? So land will be stolen eh? Just shut you mouth, you are full of verbal diarrhoea, you dont seem to get the point of this blog. If you hate GEMA's say it out and loud, dont create things out of thin .air

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:42 AM,

Kikuyophobia is NOT ALLOWED in this site!

Anonymous said...

PRIME MINISTER RT HON RAILA ODINGA’S STATEMENT ON THE MURDER OF OSCAR FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:



MARCH 6, 2009.

Over the years, dating back to the pre-independence days and after, civil society activists have contributed tremendously to the liberation of Kenya, whether that liberation was from the colonial rule or the dark terror of one party state that was to engulf this country years later.

In fact, when politics got confined to those who supported the status quo and the academia was silenced through reprisals and detention in the 1970s all the way to the 1980s, civil society activists became the last standing soldiers in the battle to create a Kenya where human rights; including freedom of speech and freedom of association are respected.

Today, Kenyans owe the freedom they have to the activists who risked their lives and stood up to demand freedom of speech, movement and association at a time those supportive of the status quo wanted everyone to be silent.

It is in recognition of this historical role, and my belief in the sanctity of life, the freedom of thought and freedom of expression that I wish to condemn unreservedly the cold-blooded murder of the Oscar Foundation Executive Director Mr Kamau King’ara and the Foundation’s Programmes Co-coordinator Mr Paul Oulu, last evening.

This act of heartlessness and lawlessness, murder most foul, came only hours after Dr Alfred Mutua, in the name of the government, accused the Oscar Foundation of fundraising abroad to support Mungiki activities locally.

I wish to state to the people of Kenya that Dr Mutua does not speak for the Grand Coalition Government.
The Grand Coalition Government was founded on the principle of consultation. Whatever goes out as a government position must have been discussed by the parties and agreed on before it is announced.

There is no such agreement that the Oscar Foundation was raising money for Mungiki. It gets even more bizarre when that announcement is followed by murder.

I extend great sympathies to the families and friends of these murdered officials and all the civil society fraternity. Life is sacred and whatever the crime one has committed, no one deserves to die unless a credible court process decides so.

Since police are suspects in these killings, it is necessary to have an independent agency to carry out investigations into this murder.

We therefore want to appeal to friends of Kenya locally and abroad to help in unraveling this murder and help bring perpetrators to justice. Kenya has too many of unaccounted for murders that we are still struggling to unravel.

We do not want to add to that growing list. This murder comes only days after the UN rappoteur unearthed disturbing incidents of extra-judicial killing in the country.

It is worrying and I fear that we are flirting with lawlessness in the name of keeping law and order. In the process, we are hurtling towards failure as a state.

I appeal to the UN, the US and EU and all other friends of Kenya to help unravel this murder. In the meantime, I appeal to Kenyans, all Kenyans to remain calm as we seek to unravel this.


Rt. Hon Raila A. Odinga.
Prime Minister.

Anonymous said...

PRESS STATEMENT BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND FRIENDS OF G.P.O


We, friends and colleagues of George Paul Oulu who was yesterday slain in cold blood gather here today with deep sorrow to mourn the passing of a national hero. Oulu, who was fondly referred to by all as G.P.O was a young man who lived and breathed with a fierce passion for his country. G.P.O tirelessly defended the rights of those denied justice, gave a voice to the voiceless and had big dreams and great plans for the future of this country. His life rhythm moved to the same heartbeat and pulse as that of the continent’s.

His death cannot be looked at as a random act of lawlessness, we have reason to believe his life was taken to silence him from speaking out on the lawless extra-judicial killings that have occurred and still occur in the country. We take issue with the spin that has been taken, portraying him as a mungiki operative as a means to justify his death. His death too cannot be seen in isolation from the events that have been taking place in the country. It is part of the general impunity that has blanketed the country that has seen lives taken without recourse to justice and that has seen the police assault and harass patriotic citizens coming out to speak on vital issues of governance.

We are now putting the government on notice. We have watched the trends that it slowly sliding to, leading the country down the slippery slope as it desperately clings on to a fragile power that it will go to evil lengths to maintain. We demand that investigations be conducted immediately and the perpetrators be brought conclusively to book, whether they be state operators or not. This government must realize that fear will never keep those striving for a better Kenya down and the collective will of the people will always prevail. It is such notorious practices as these that spark off revolutions against oppressive powers.

If nothing else, we hope G.P.O’s death serves as a wake up call to the citizens of this great nation. We cannot afford to keep our noses out of our governance and act as if we are living in islands of peace and bliss when in truth, we are surrounded by fear, misery, impunity, insecurity and hunger of whose walls we are enchained within. Let us all speak out with one voice and condemn the death of Oulu and Kingara. Let us realize that if we remain silent, we are only barricading ourselves into walls where we can be easily reached and done away with similarly, one by one. As in Nazi Germany, they came for people group by group, first the Catholics, then the Protestants, then the trade unionists until there was no one left to speak out for the Jews. Let us not get to the point here where eventually there will be no one left to stand up for us when push comes to shove.

G.P.O, may your heart rest in eternal peace, you will be avenged.

Anonymous said...

PRESS RELEASE

NEW YORK, 5 March 2009, 6.30 pm:

The shocking assassination in Nairobi today of two prominent Kenyan human
rights defenders must be independently investigated, according to the UN’s
Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Professor Philip Alston.

At approximately 6.00 pm in Nairobi on 5 March, gunmen killed two members of
the Oscar Foundation Free Legal Aid Clinic, a human rights organisation
providing free legal aid services to the poor. Those killed were the Founder and
CEO of the Oscar Foundation, Mr Oscar Kamau Kingara, and the Communications and
Advocacy Director, Mr John Paul Oulu. The two human rights defenders were on
their way to a meeting with a senior human rights officer of the Kenya National
Commission on Human Rights when they were shot at point-blank range, sitting in
their car in heavy traffic near Nairobi
University.


Alston said that he had met with both men during his February 2009 UN
fact-finding mission to Kenya and that they had provided him with testimony on
the issue of police killings in Nairobi and Central Province.

“It is extremely troubling when those working to defend human rights in Kenya
can be assassinated in broad daylight in the middle of Nairobi”, said Alston.

Read full press release at http://blog.marsgroupkenya.org/?p=629


THE ASSASSINATION OF TWO LEADING CIVIL RIGHTS DEFENDERS STATEMENT RELEASED BY
THE KENYA CIVIL SOCIETY 5TH MARCH 2009

This evening, two leading human rights defenders, Mr. Oscar Kamau King’ara
and Mr. John Paul Oulu (also known as GPO), both of Oscar Foundation, were
executed in cold blood by a group of men in two vehicles. The two were driving
to meet Mr. Kamanda Mucheke of the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights at
his office. Eyewitnesses have said that the assassins were policemen. In fact,
the minibus driver was in police uniform.

An eyewitness at the scene was also shot in the leg and was later taken away
from the scene by policemen. We are calling upon the police to reveal the
whereabouts of this man since he might be the only one who can positively
identify both the assassins and their vehicles. Therefore, we fear for his
life.

Oscar was a trained lawyer and a human rights advocate who was the Chief
Executive Officer of Oscar Foundation. He was a member of the Law Society of
Kenya.

Mr. GPO Oulu was a former student leader, and an educationist who has worked
for many human rights organizations, including the Youth Agenda. He left the
Youth Agenda recently to join the Oscar Foundation as the Communications and
Advocacy Officer.

Anonymous said...

THE ASSASSINATION OF TWO LEADING CIVIL RIGHTS DEFENDERS

This evening, two leading human rights defenders, Mr. Oscar Kamau King’ara and Mr. John Paul Oulu (also known as GPO), both of Oscar Foundation, were executed in cold blood by a group of men in two vehicles. The two were driving to meet Mr. Kamanda Mucheke of the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights at his office. Eyewitnesses have said that the assassins were policemen. In fact, the minibus driver was in police uniform.

An eyewitness at the scene was also shot in the leg and was later taken away from the scene by policemen. We are calling upon the police to reveal the whereabouts of this man since he might be the only one who can positively identify both the assassins and their vehicles. Therefore, we fear for his life.

Oscar was a trained lawyer and a human rights advocate who was the Chief Executive Officer of Oscar Foundation. He was a member of the Law Society of Kenya.

Mr. GPO Oulu was a former student leader, and an educationist who has worked for many human rights organizations, including the Youth Agenda. He left the Youth Agenda recently to join the Oscar Foundation as the Communications and Advocacy Officer.

Oscar Foundation is a registered charitable organization that offers free legal services to the poor. Some of its major projects include organizing caravans to offer free legal aid to the poor around the country. They have a strong track record researching corruption in the police force, the prisons, and police brutality against the urban poor. The latest activity was researching and documenting cases of enforced disappearances and extra-judicial killings.

The Oscar Foundation has been a major source of information to Parliament on atrocities playing out against the poor in the country. On February 18, 2009, before Parliament debated the motion on extra-Judicial killings, he presented Oscar Foundation’s findings on ongoing extra judicial killings to Hon. Peter Mwathi, the motion’s mover. Their last engagement with Parliament was a presentation to the Kioni Committee investigating organized gangs a couple of days ago.

We believe they were killed because of the sensitive information they had shared with both the Prof. Philip Alston the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights, and with the MPs.

Where we are in Kenya today is where the Jews were in Nazi Germany shortly before the Holocaust. The Nazis stage-managed a smear campaign that made the public hate the Jews and allow for their extermination.

During the Emergency the colonial government hired collaborators to commit atrocities which they blamed on the Mau Mau to give them a bad name so that they could exterminate them.

We hold the Government Spokesman Dr. Alfred Mutua complicit in the two murders for making wild allegations that the Oscar Foundation was a civil society front for Mungiki, and they were going to deal with it. What does he know about the assassinations? Was this what he meant by dealing with the Oscar Foundation?

As we condole with the families of the deceased, we assure them, and the nation that their deaths are not in vain.

Signed:

Anonymous said...

All,
The Regonal Centre for Stability, Security and Peace (RECESSPA) wishes to add its voice and condemn in the strongest term possible the grisly and macabre assossination of Mr. Oscar Kamau King’ara and Mr. John Paul Oulu by unnamed gunment last evening. A number of things seem apparent: 1) This was not an accidental shooting of criminals. It was premeditated and well planned killing of civil society activists by "hitmen". 2) The killings come after a series of exposures of extra-judicial killings by OSCAR Foundation to Parliament and Prof. Alston. 3) It took place following a major protest activity by Mungiki indicating their resurgence in the political arena. 4) It took place after Government Spokesperson released that unfortunate statement linking Oscar Foundation to Mungiki activities. 5) It took place when the national mood was anxious following the grandstanding of PNU and ODM as well as the spat between top government officials and Paul Muite, media and diplomats.

The lesson is that sections of civil society working on human rights and security and media (through their unrelenting exposes) have touched raw nerves of government and top seccurity officers in this country. In these pages, I argued last week that the system will fight back using all possible ammunition at its disposal, however crude they are. Those in the system who are guilty of astrocities against Kenyans and feel threatened by the work of civil society organizations like OSCAR FOUDATION will not go down without a fight. Like civil society in Central America, the Kenyan body of civil society must be ready to operate without fear or favor to outdo the enemy.

In deed, RECESSPA is concerned at the implication of the killings. 1) The threat against human rights defenders is real and will persist for a while. 2) The deterioration of personal safety and security of ordinary Kenyans who may be killed by criminal gangs due to lack of securty. 3) Apparent lawlessness in the country that threaten our security.

Way forward, civil society to demand an inquest or inquiry to establish the facts surrounding the death of Oscar and Oulu. Demand for witness protectin law and implementation should be one of the key reform issues for all civil society. Civil society actors threatened should make it public to act as deterrence, if at all. Those with sensitive information to be careful not to release such information prematurely thereby jeopardizing their personal security. Police reform especially the establishment of an independent and credible public security oversight that would help the public in such circumstances where allegations of police complicity is high.

RECESSPA does not condone any form of killing of people. We call upon the Minister of Security and Parliamentary Committee on Law, security and administration to act quickly to establish the facts about these killings.

We send out condolences to the family and family; and ask God to to provide sufficient grace to deal with it. Kenyans don't deserve this!

Peter Oriare
RECESSPA

Anonymous said...

Fellow citizens,


Allow me to address you as follows;

That it is unfortunate that most of you are yet to understand the meaning of the words Government and Governance.

That many of you have decided to donate your noble thinking and reasoning to be informed by what you
hear not what you know.

Good people, it is the duty of the government through police force to protect lives and property; to do so to all citizens regardless of their economic, regional, religious or whatsoever affiliation.

It is the duty of the other hand of the Civil Societies to protect all citizens from the excesses of the government. When the government shows that it can not detect and prosecute crime, citizens should not run and blame the Civil Societies.

We pay taxes to the government of
Kenya and not to Civil Societies or KNCHR. A government that can not protect her people has no mandate to be in power.

Let it be known that there is no instance in which KNCHR or any other Civil Society deterred the police or security agents from arresting and arraigning any suspected criminal in court.

There are no instances where any civil society has advocated that criminals be not punished. What they have said is that someone in power, some police somewhere should not take advantage of crime to kill and maim, to rob and extort, to intimidate and torture; that is what should be known to all of you in this forum.

KNCHR is not a Mungiki organization; it serves the
interest of all Kenyans. It is time that we changed our shallow analysis and quick emotional expressions on issues of generational and national significance. The police have heavily invested in Media Strategy whereby they can afford public support as they advance in impunity. Arresting people, extorting them and killing them is not and will never be the primary terms of reference of the police force and when they involve themselves in such offence, it would be in the interest of the public to see beyond a mere inconveniency in transport sector that may after all turn out to be stage managed by the same police force and government.

We need to look beyond what is presented to us; why don’t we wonder that the anti Prof. Alston demonstrations across the country were not
licensed yet they went on undisrupted? Because the govt. wanted to buy your support; and indeed it got it.

The police should tell us of the number of arrests and prosecution that they will make out of today’s mayhem. After all, we employ police to protect us not to complain of an outlawed group. They should therefore show us the efforts they are undertaking to protect us, not pointing fingers and showering blames.

So be informed and transform your thoughts and approach to isuues.

OULU
GPO

Anonymous said...

Dear Kenyans and friends of Kenya,

We are deeply saddened by the demise of George Paul Oulu ( GPO) from the bullets of unknown assailants. GPO died in company of Kamau Kingara, Executive Director of OSCAR Foundation at around 6.30 pm on State House road. Important to note he was shot dead less than 1KM to Kenya's State House where the President of Kenya resides.

Eye witnesses, students from University of Nairobi, who saw the occurrence from the vantage point of their storeyed hostels say the killers were 2 men smartly dressed in suits and who did not seem to be in any hurrry over their mission. "They acosted them in the traffic jam and shot them point blank" said one eye witness.

GPO Oulu is a former University of Nairobi student's leader. Since he left university we have worked with him in grass root mobilization and we have never known him to have any criminal links. Like all of us in grass root mobilization activism, we knew him as a patriotic and law abiding citizen who frowned at social injustices and wished for another Kenya with no impunity.

Kenya has lost its gallant son, the heavens rejoices and he's happy to be in the company of fellow heroes Field Marshal Dedan Kimathi, Pio Gama Pinto and JM Kariuki with whom he shared the spirit of liberation.

Yes, Kenya mourns her son, the world will miss you, GPO OULU we know you are heaven smiling at us; we miss you and even though you are gone we are still a team!

George Nyongesa
Bunge la Mwananchi

Anonymous said...

THE ASSASSINATION OF TWO LEADING CIVIL RIGHTS DEFENDERS STATEMENT RELEASED BY THE KENYA CIVIL SOCIETY 5TH MARCH 2009
PRIME MINISTER RT HON RAILA ODINGA’S STATEMENT ON THE MURDER OF OSCAR FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: »
UN expert on extrajudicial executions calls upon Kenyan Government to establish an independent investigation into the assassination today of two prominent Kenyan human rights defenders

Mar 6th, 2009 by Mars Group

PRESS RELEASE

NEW YORK, 5 March 2009, 6.30 pm:

The shocking assassination in Nairobi today of two prominent Kenyan human rights defenders must be independently investigated, according to the UN’s Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Professor Philip Alston.

At approximately 6.00 pm in Nairobi on 5 March, gunmen killed two members of the Oscar Foundation Free Legal Aid Clinic, a human rights organisation providing free legal aid services to the poor. Those killed were the Founder and CEO of the Oscar Foundation, Mr Oscar Kamau Kingara, and the Communications and Advocacy Director, Mr John Paul Oulu. The two human rights defenders were on their way to a meeting with a senior human rights officer of the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights when they were shot at point-blank range, sitting in their car in heavy traffic near Nairobi University.

Alston said that he had met with both men during his February 2009 UN fact-finding mission to Kenya and that they had provided him with testimony on the issue of police killings in Nairobi and Central Province.

“It is extremely troubling when those working to defend human rights in Kenya can be assassinated in broad daylight in the middle of Nairobi”, said Alston. “This constitutes a major threat to the rule of law, regardless of who might be responsible for the killings”, he added. Alston noted that “there is an especially strong onus on the Kenyan Government to arrange for an independent investigation into these killings given the circumstances surrounding them. Those circumstances include a statement attributed to a Government spokesman, Mr Alfred Mutua, publicly denouncing the Oscar Foundation for its links to the illegal Mungiki sect, and another statement attributed to Police Spokesman, Mr Eric Kiraithe, that a major security operation was ‘definitely going to get’ those responsible for recent demonstrations attributable to the Mungiki.”

In 2007, the Oscar Foundation had published a report titled “License to kill: Extrajudicial execution and police brutality in Kenya”, which documented killings by police in Kenya. The Oscar Foundation also testified before parliamentarians on this issue in February and March 2009.

Alston said that it was inevitable under the circumstances for suspicion to fall upon the police in relation to these killings. “It is imperative, if the Kenyan Police are to be exonerated, for an independent team to be called from somewhere like Scotland Yard or the South African Police to investigate”, he said. He noted that there is no existing independent unit capable of investigating possible police misconduct in Kenya. He
also stated that he had received reports that an eyewitness at the scene was also wounded, and may have been taken away by the police.

Background
The UN Special Rapporteur carried out a fact-finding mission at the invitation of the Government of Kenya from 16-25 February 2009. His preliminary statement found that killings by police were “systematic, widespread, and carefully planned”. The full statement is available at www.extrajudicialexecutions.org.

Professor Alston was appointed Special Rapporteur in 2004 and reports to the UN Human Rights Council and the General Assembly. He has had extensive experience in the human rights field. Further information about the mandate of the Special Rapporteur is available at: http://extrajudicialexecutions.org/about/mandate.html.

Related;

A video confession by a Kenyan Police Officer who witnessed extra-judicial killings of 58 suspects by his colleagues under orders from their superiors. The confession was taken by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights on June 25th 2008. The officer, Bernard Kiriinya was shot dead in Nairobi on October 16th 2008. He was 43 years old.He was killed when he was out to move his family.

Anonymous said...

KIBAKI GOVERNMENT KILLER OF INNOCENT KENYANS .... KENYANS SHOULD RISE UP IN ARMS TO REMOVE THIS FORMER NARC ROGUE GOVERNMENT WITH THE THIEVING MURDERER KIBAKI TIME IS NOW NOT TOMORROW NOW... MUNGIKI AND ALL KENYANS MUST RISE UP... BEFORE MORE INNOCENT BLOOD IS SPILLED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Video Confession from Executioner Cop

http://marsgroupkenya.org/pages/stories/UN_Report/index.php

3/5/09 11:00 AM

Anonymous said...

Was Morgan Tsvangarai an assasination target? His wife was killed in a car accident today.

Anonymous said...

Even the staunchest Kibaki supporter must now agree his time is up.

Chris,

Where in the hell are you? I’m tired of refreshing the page looking for updates. Please post news on the current affairs ASAP.

Anonymous said...

The prime minister has issued a statement. The president is guilty of the killings so he has nothing more to add on what his personal spokesman has already said.

Kalonzo Musyoka is, as usual, very afraid to utter even one word. What a coward.

Anonymous said...

Shooting of activists in Nairobi spurs outcry
By Alan Cowell
Published: March 6, 2009


PARIS: The United States and a senior United Nations official have called for an independent investigation into the slaying of two prominent Kenyan human rights activists, shot and killed at close range Thursday while their car was blocked in heavy traffic in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital.

"The United States is gravely concerned and urges the Kenyan government to launch an immediate, comprehensive and transparent investigation into this crime," the U.S. ambassador to Kenya, Michael Ranneberger, said in a statement Friday. It urged the authorities to "prevent Kenya from becoming a place where human rights defenders can be murdered with impunity."

The slain men, Oscar Kamau Kingara and John Paul Oulu, had been driving to a meeting of human rights activists when unidentified assailants opened fire. There were no reports of arrests.

Last month, the two activists met with Philip Alston, the United Nations special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, and provided him with "testimony on the issue of police killings in Nairobi and Central Province," Alston said in a statement issued in New York on Thursday.

"It is extremely troubling when those working to defend human rights in Kenya can be assassinated in broad daylight in the middle of Nairobi," Alston said. "This constitutes a major threat to the rule of law, regardless of who might be responsible for the killings."
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He said there was "an especially strong onus on the Kenya government to arrange for an independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding" the killings.

Alston visited Kenya last month and said in a previous statement that killings by police had been "systematic, widespread and carefully planned."

In 2007, the organization that Kingara founded and led, the Oscar Foundation, published a report called: "Licensed to Kill: Extrajudicial Execution and Police Brutality in Kenya." Oulu was the Oscar Foundation's communications and advocacy director.

Shortly before the two men died, Alston said, a government official issued a statement linking the Oscar Foundation to the illegal Mungiki sect, and a police officer threatened to take action against those responsible for demonstrations by supporters of the sect.

The Mungiki is a cultlike organization that runs extortion rings across Kenya, and is known for grisly crimes, including beheading its victims.It has claimed to be the successor to the Mau Mau movement that fought British colonial rule, and it seeks recruits among young people in poverty-stricken slums. The Oscar Foundation had supported peaceful protests against what it said was the extrajudicial killing of 1,721 young people and the disappearance of 6,542 others accused of supporting or belonging to the Mungiki, Reuters said.Charles Owino, a police spokesman, said it would be "too cheap" for the police to be involved in killing the activists. "We have no reason whatsoever to kill people, even if they are against us. We consider it either rivalry or thuggery, and we are committed to bringing the perpetrators to book," he said, according to Reuters.The deaths followed violent episodes like the fatal shooting last year of a former police driver who told human rights investigators that he had seen over 50 executions of witnesses by police officers. Last January, a Kenyan journalist who said he had been threatened by officers after writing about police malpractice was found decapitated in a forest, The Associated Press reported.The killings Thursday incited demonstrations by students, who hurled bottles and stones at the police. A student was shot and killed, according to news reports. In his statement, Ranneberger, the U.S. ambassador, urged the authorities to investigate "allegations that police personnel used live ammunition and deadly force against protesters."

Anonymous said...

Two Kenyan rights activists shot dead

• Pair were investigating murders by police
• UN demands immediate inquiry

* guardian.co.uk, Friday 6 March 2009 12.13 GMT


Paul Oulu killed in Nairobi

Locals look at the car in which Paul Oulu and Oscar Kingara were shot dead in Nairobi. Photograph: Karel Prinsloo/AP

Two Kenyan human rights activists who provided evidence to a senior UN investigator over execution-style murders by police were assassinated on a busy Nairobi street yesterday evening.

Oscar Kamau Kingara, the director of the Oscar Foundation, and its programme coordinator, John Paul Oulo, were shot at close range in their car by gunmen less than a mile from the presidential residence.

Only a few hours earlier the government had publicly accused their organisation, which runs free legal aid clinics for the poor, of being a front for a criminal gang.

A coalition of civil society organisations released a statement blaming police for the murders.

"These were very decent men who had done more work than anybody in examining police killings," said Cyprian Nyamwamu, the executive director of the National Convention Executive Council, a non-governmental organisation advocating social and economic reform. "I have no doubt that is why they were killed."

The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) and the UN demanded an immediate investigation into the deaths.

Police have denied any involvement and attributed yesterday's killings to "rivalry or thuggery".

The Oscar Foundation made its name investigating police abuses. Since 2007 it has reported 6,452 "enforced disappearances" by police and 1,721 extrajudicial killings.

Many of those killed were alleged members of the feared Mungiki gang, which runs Mafia-like networks but was also used by members of President Mwai Kibaki's party to launch retaliatory attacks during last year's election violence.

Kingara, a 37-year-old lawyer who founded the organisation in 1998, recently presented his detailed findings on police killings to two parliamentary committees.

He and Oulo, a former student leader, met and briefed Philip Alston, the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, when he was conducting a 10-day investigation in security force abuses in Kenya last month.

Alston's scathing report, which criticised Kibaki and called for the sacking of the police chief and the attorney general, caused uproar in Kenya and deeply angered the authorities.

Alfred Mutua, a Government spokesman, said in his weekly press conference yesterday that the UN report had emboldened Mungiki, which held protests against the extrajudicial killings just hours before the murders.

Mutua accused the Oscar Foundation of raising funds for Mungiki and of planning the protests.

Eric Kiraithe, a police spokesman, had warned that the security forces were "definitely going to get" those behind the demonstrations.

Kingara admitted helping relatives of dead Mungiki members to seek justice but strongly denied any formal relations with the gang. In a radio interview shortly before his death Kingara said he would sue Mutua over the allegations.

"This was a completely false accusation by the police," said Mwalimu Mati, a prominent civil society activist who had worked with Kingara on a project examining illegal land grabs.

Kingara and Oulo had been driving along State House Road to a meeting at the KNCHR at 6pm yesterday when their path was blocked by at least two cars. Two gunmen emerged from a minivan and shot through the driver and passenger windows.

The assailants kept firing into the air to keep any bystanders away until they were sure both men were dead, before escaping in the van.

Police said that students from the nearby University of Nairobi moved Oulo's body into a hostel and one student was shot dead when officers tried to retrieve it.

Three officers who fired live rounds inside the university had been arrested, police said.

In a statement from New York, Alston expressed shock at the news and called for a foreign-led investigation into the murders, suggesting that Scotland Yard or the South African police be involved.

"It is extremely troubling when those working to defend human rights in Kenya can be assassinated in broad daylight in the middle of Nairobi," Alston said.
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Anonymous said...

Rule of law reels in Kenya

By Adam Mynott
BBC World Affairs correspondent

Kenyan students look at the car in which Oscar Kamau Kingara and his colleague were shot dead, 6 March
The two men were shot outside the University of Nairobi

Killings do not come more cold-blooded and calculated.

Oscar Kamau Kingara and John Paul Oulu were shot at close range while their car was standing in traffic during Nairobi's rush hour last night.

The men were killed in State House Road just yards from the heavily guarded residence of Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki. Two men riddled the vehicle with automatic gunfire and then walked away.

Hours earlier, during his weekly media briefing, Dr Alfred Mutua, the Kenyan government spokesman, accused the human rights organisation headed by Mr Kingara of being a front and a fund-raising body for a banned criminal sect called the Mungiki.

The Oscar Foundation, named after its now-dead founder, has been at the forefront of protests about alleged extra-judicial killings by police.

Oscar Kamau Kingara (image: Oscar Foundation website)
Mr Kingara had given the UN evidence of alleged police abuses

Kenya's security forces have spent the past two years trying to crack down very heavily on Mungiki followers after the sect carried out a series of brutal killings.

Earlier in the day there had been a big protest in Nairobi about police behaviour and claims that hundreds of young Kenyans had been killed by police and other security forces.

The protest followed the publication earlier in the week of a UN report by Professor Philip Alston into police operations in Kenya. It was, by UN standards, highly critical, accusing the police of being a law unto themselves and of killing with impunity.

Professor Alston called for the sacking of Kenya's police chief, Hussein Ali, and the resignation of the Attorney-General, Amos Wako.

No surprise registered when the Kenyan government rejected the report (which they had commissioned) and accused Professor Alston of exceeding his brief, which was to draw up an independent assessment of alleged illegal killings by police.

Murderous reputation

The Mungiki is a murderous organisation that traces its origins to the Mau Mau rebellion against British colonial rule in the 1950s and '60s.

A body is removed after fighting between police and a Mungiki mob in Nairobi, June 2007
Nairobi has seen lethal clashes between police and Mungiki mobs

It gained prominence in the 1980s when it coalesced around attempts to protect land belonging to Kikuyu farmers in the Kenyan highlands north of Nairobi.

It has since spread its tentacles into many other areas of Kenyan life and it turned criminal.

It has raised a lot of money by extorting money from Kenya's ubiquitous matatu buses.

Virtually every matatu operating in Central Province in Kenya has had to pay a "levy" of a few hundred Kenyan shillings (less than $10) a day to operate.

Mungiki has also recruited among the country's large population of disaffected Kikuyu youth. It has been used by some Kenyan politicians to intimidate the electorate and frighten off political opposition.

Mungiki mobs surfaced during Kenya's troubled election in December 2007. More than 1,500 people were killed in an orgy of violence which followed the disputed result.

Warring groups divided down ethnic lines, and while I was covering the violence I saw gangs wearing tell-tale Mungiki emblems (red scarves and bits of scarlet cloth tied around forearms) on the rampage.

Police behaviour, Mungiki violence and now the murder of two human rights activists call into question the rule of law in Kenya. Kenyan society is trying to heal itself after the inter-tribal violence.

It has a coalition government intended to draw together both political and ethnic differences. But the new joint administration is riven by divisions and gives the appearance of being deeply corrupt.

The murder, rape and rioting which threatened to plunge Kenya into civil war a year ago have ended, but Kenya still faces a crisis of huge proportions.

Anonymous said...

Chris?? Kumekucha we the bloggers can see you are hiding and editing some of what bloggers post here to express their anger and frustrations

So why the hell did you remove the post by a blogger saying the Army should take over to end the impunity and innocent killings of kenyans??

What did the bloggers say wrong??

be knowing most kenyans feel that way that the only way forward is the army should take over and the coalition has failed kenyans



KUMEKUCHA aka CHRIS WORKS FOR KIBAKI PERIOD!!!

Mwarang'ethe said...

There has been a lot of noise since Prof. Alston gave his interim report. Unfortunately, most of the noises we have heard, and especially from the so - called Government headed by Kibaki shows pure ignorance of what is afoot. We can only sympathise.

Lets illustrate.

On the question of Crimes within the Jurisdiction of the ICC, it is stated that:

"The jurisdiction of the Court shall be limited to the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole."

What is the import of the above?

When the UN in its wisdom or lack of it, sent Prof. Alston to Kenya to investigate extra - judicial killings by the security agencies, it evidences international community's concern over these crimes.

It gets better. Under the Crimes against humanity, the ICC statute states that crime against humanity means any of the following acts when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack:

(i) Enforced disappearance of persons. This means:

"...the arrest, detention or abduction of persons by, or with the authorization, support or acquiescence of, a State or a political organization, followed by a refusal to acknowledge that deprivation of freedom or to give information on the fate or whereabouts of those persons, with the intention of removing them from the protection of the law for a prolonged period of time."

It is also stated in the ICC statute that: "Attack directed against any civilian population" means a course of conduct involving the multiple commission of acts referred to in paragraph 1 against any civilian population, pursuant to or in furtherance of a State or organizational policy to commit such attack.

It is not a secret that the official policy has been to shoot and kill so called members of Mungiki by the Police as stated clearly by former internal security minister Michuki.

It is impossible to write fully in a blog about such a weighty matter as this.

However, we can state for the benefit of those who are wise that Kibaki, Ali, Michuki et al are in grave danger of being accused and even arrested internationally of having committed crimes against humanity.

Having pursued a state policy of enforced disappearance of persons, i.e. so called Mungiki members, who are civilians, Kibaki is walking a dangerous path.

It is no wonder, Pro. Alston asked him to break his silence on the matter. It was for a good reason. Will he understand?

Mwarang'ethe said...

We wish to add that, the state policy has not only been about outright killing, as state above, but, also making many of these young men disappear not to be seen. And, such policies/acts constitute a crime against humanity which Kibaki et al may have to account soon.

Anonymous said...

Chris:

A UoN student robber was gunned down. He and others had stolen the dead bodies of the human rights activists and hidden then in the Dorms. They had resisted by force the recovery of the bodies by police. Robbery by violence is a crime that attract the death penalty under our Penal Code.

Anonymous said...

Dr Rumourmonger Mwarang'ethe,

Now that you have givenn us your pesa nane interpretation of the Statute governing the ICC tell us whether Prof Magician Alston did what he was sent to do - TO INVESTIGATE. Wouldn't you agree that it would take more than ten days and the magical powers of Alston to conduct a serious investigation across five provinces (Central, Nairobi, RV, Western and Nyanza) and to interviews the numerous witnesses he claims to have done? If that is what they call a UN investigation, I would rather have the Kenya police investigate; at least they pretend to investigate.

The UN should send a more serious investigator if they want to be part of our problem solving instead of coming to sow confusion and discord.

Anonymous said...

Why are the professional political mourners more concerned with the deaths of King'ara and Oulu rather than the deaths of the two Mungiki who were lynched in Thika the day before?

Also, who is mourning the thousands of Kikuyu victims of Mungiki beheadings and Luo forcible circumcisions? Why doesn't the PM call for international investigations into these barbaric beheadings and circumcisions by Mungiki, or aren't the victims Kenyan enough?

Anonymous said...

In order to unravel the mystery of the deaths of King'ara and Oulu the investigators must try to answer the following questions:

1. Who are the Oscar Foundation?

2. What was the nexus between the Foundation and one of the wings of Mungiki?

3. What was the role of succession politics and or rivaly between the two factions in Mungiki in these murders.

4. Who were their international and local funders and were their international funder the same as those who funded ODM during the Post-Election Violence period?

5. Who had seconded Oulu to the Foundation and what was his brief?

6. Was there an unholy trinity developing among the Mungiki, the Oscar Foundation and ODM?

Unless these questions are answered we will be chasing our tails. It appears ownership of the Mungiki has become a high stakes game and will become more so as we near 2012.

Anonymous said...

Only in Kenya "ordinary" human rights activists get to own and drive mercedes Benz cars. We are living in unusual times.

Anonymous said...

anon 2:41, so you agree that kibaki having violently stolen the election should be punished? you panuas never cease to amaze

Anonymous said...

Wsup Chris
You havent posted anything are you Ok ? ama you are a.k.a OSCAR the fallen hero? please say something

Anonymous said...

no, oscar came from a well off family...maybe that is why he had a mercedes....see below...this is what karl marx called class suicide...??

http://nairobichronicle.wordpress.com/


After graduating with a law degree, Oscar joined the family business that was involved manufacturing, meat and fish processing, real estate, import/export and sale of building materials within Kenya.

He planned to marry, have children, then live happily and quietly ever after. However, fate had other plans in store for him.

In 1996, Oscar experienced the injustices perpetuated by the state through a policy of destroying local industries for the benefit of multinationals. The government issued a statement meant to ensure that fish exports from Kenya were stopped. Oscar wrote in his website that the decision was, “aimed at punishing people from Nyanza province who were perceived by the KANU government to be anti-establishment. The policy was (Siasa mbaya maisha mbaya) meaning, “bad politics equals bad life.”

The government suspended fish exports to the European market, forcing Oscar to close down a multi million dollar factory in Kisumu that was processing and exporting fish. This first hand experience of high handed impunity by the state was an eye opener and Oscar realized how justice is hard to get especially for the vulnerable poor.

one day state house road ought to be renamed Oscar Kamau Kingera road
for his good works...

I don't believe he was a front for mungiki

Anonymous said...

kumekucha website is mainained in Kenya??..NSIS watching this website??...that's why comment on military self censored...?

violence begets violence
peace begets peace

Anonymous said...

Kenyan MP’s Version of the National Anthem

Politicians of all persuasions
Strip this our land and nation.
Fortunes motivate us and keep us.
May we steal with impunity
Dodge taxes in unity;
Plenty be sourced within our dockets.

Let all politicians arise
With scams both wily and foolproof.
Eating be our earnest endeavour,
And our cake-stand of Kenya,
Heritage of plunder,
May we fight forever to perpetuate.

Let parties with one accord,
In common greed united,
Bankrupt our nation together.
May the agony of Kenya,
The fruit of our behaviour,
Remain hidden from our 2012 voters

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...
Dr Rumourmonger Mwarang'ethe,

Now that you have givenn us your pesa nane interpretation of the Statute governing the ICC tell us whether Prof Magician Alston did what he was sent to do - TO INVESTIGATE.

Our response:

There are some words you missed. We wrote: "However, we can state for the benefit of those who are wise..."

You missed the words that, our argument is meant FOR THOSE WHO ARE WISE.

Anonymous said...

Funny blog

Anonymous said...

Beautiful post, great ))

Anonymous said...

Good article. Thank you.
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