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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Ruto’s U-turn: Mau Pressure Hits Critical Mass

Arap Ruto must have seen it coming. The mob ganging against him was growing bigger by the day and he was destined to go only one direction, down. But given his numerous somersaults this July he didn’t mind joining the choir ordering settlers of Mau out.

And the present Mau heat has engaged creative conspiracy theories from overtly political Kenyans. While some are now begrudgingly supporting Raila’s resolve to solve Mau no matter the political cost, other are gleefully crafting his political eulogy.

The Mau crisis provides a platform to prove true leadership. We can now compare and contrast doers and fence sitters who wake up from their slumberland only to fire a junior purchasing officer for cheap buy PR on expensive limos.

You have to give the devil his dues when Ntimama comes out unequivocally and declares that Mau must be conserved at whatever cost, political or otherwise.

Devil's dues
True Kenyan style we are comfortable playing politics with such grave issues that will only bequeath desert to our future generation. Expect more fireworks from the fractious cabinet tomorrow.

Shameless extortionists will continue demanding their last pound of political flesh. In the mix are marinated tribal alliances that leave all here waxing like original pundits.

The heat may intensify and acquirer a different colour when Jomo Junior arrives in town from the US. His press release was a tip of a massive iceberg. He knows his boss is a sitting duck without feathers and contradicting can as well be the default mode to advance moribund KK alliance. Na bado.

54 comments:

Chola said...

The Ogiek community — the original residents of the Mau Forest Complex are
The true owner of Mau has always been the Mau clan’s men from ogiek community. They have live in mau forest for centuries before even Kenya existed,
They know every tree, every bush, every strim and every river.
The ogiek have severd historic injustis, while kenyna politician’s are playing politics and stealing our land.
Ogiek are kales, Mau shall always be kale,

Anonymous said...

The Ogiek are an indigenous people that live in and around the Mau Forest, an area of 900 square kilometers (550 square miles) about 200 kilometers (125 miles) northwest of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya and in the forests around Mt. Elgon at the border to Uganda.

chola said...

For decades, the Ogiek have fought with first the British colonial and then the Kenyan government over their right to inhabit the Mau Forest, where they have lived for hundreds of years. The Kenyan government insists that the area is a forest zone and environmentally protected under the Forest Act. Authorities have then ordered the Ogiek to leave the forest, saying that they had been allocated land years ago but had abandoned it and returned to the forest. The Ogiek believe that they have a right to live in what they consider to be their ancestral home and that the government is trying to force them out of the forest to give the land to private individuals.

Anonymous said...

The Kenyan government is allowing logging companies to cut down trees in the Mau Forest. Many of Kenya's protected forests have been illegally sold or given to developers, while the government allows powerful logging companies to cut down trees in the forest, it is persecuting an indigenous people who pose no environmental threat and lack political power

chola said...

For years, Ogiek representatives asked government to take action to protect them. When these requests proved unsuccessful, the Ogiek went to court in 1997 to stop Kenyan officials from surveying and allocating the Ogiek's land to others. The Ogiek wanted a declaration that their right to life had been violated by being evicted from Tinet Forest. (Tinet, about 250 km or 155 miles west of Nairobi, is part of the much larger Mau Forest.) They also sought orders that the government compensate them and pay the legal costs. Relations between the Ogiek and the government deteriorated after the lawsuit, leading to the 1999 order that established Tinet as environmentally protected land. The Ogiek's lawsuit eventually went to the Kenyan High Court, who dismissed the case in March 2000 but ordered the Kenyan government to pay legal costs

Anonymous said...

The Ogiek also want the government to enact an Ogiek Land Act and review Kenya's Forest Act so that they would have the right to inhabit Mau Forest and traditionally conserve the forest on behalf of their children. The Ogiek have already argued their case before a Commission of Inquiry into the Land Law System in Kenya, which was set up to address contentious land issues throughout Kenya.

Cheruiyot Kiplangat said...

My dear Mau, how beautiful you were,
Your love, your care,
I can't forget,
Glance at you, restores my sight,
Its' you, I can't afford to miss.

A natural gift you were,
The custodian of our lives,
Unemployed, poor, without food,
Sick, and ailing,
Generously, you solved them all.

A home for the wildlife you were,
Preserver of God's creation
Our country gained, as tourists came.
The bees, the elephants, the others'
All found peace with you.

A source of rivers you were,
Your waters were clean,
The Mara, and the Sondu,
East Africa and Egypt praised you,
Without you, no more water.

Today's, I mourn the Mau,
Brutal attacks on you,
Excisions and fires, tractors and sawmills,
Have we abandoned you? 'The Mau'
Don't we need you anymore?

No! The Ogiek can't leave you?
We'll defend and fight,
In court, we bargain,
Besides you, we teach,
In heaven, we pray,
All for your sake, 'the Mau.'

Anonymous said...

Nobody cares if mau is kalenjin or not, its kenyan period. And on this hats off to Raila, like him or not he has shown what other kenyan politicians including the "duly elected president" lack BALLS. There are some things we cannot compromise on and matters environment does not only affect this generation alone but many to come. Thats the right battle to go to and raila is on the fore front.
As you say it might lead to his fall but what gain is it to lead a country that is as dry as somali deplated off its resources while we can save the mau and save kenyas greenlands, lakes, electric supply, fish and other valable biodiversity. Does our politics need be so destructive that it leaves nothing for the future generations to survive on.
On this note, Leaders are being seperated from heclers, Uhuru, kalonzo, Ruto have no place in the kenya of tomorrow. I would excuse kittuny for heckling as he reminds me of the stars of mchongoano sessions in high schools but not keter uder whose watch this same forest was raped.
Do you imagine a kenyan asking wangari mathaai how many trees she has planted in mt. kenya? surely lets be more serious as kenyans
kanoo

Anonymous said...

Raila has only got one ball, the other is buried somewhere in Kamiti...How else would the fala that had insisted that people be evicted without compensation do a 180 and now insist that they be compensated? And that donors will pay the compensation? Does anyone not see the problem with that?

Anyway, I'm glad he has been armtwisted by the Kales to accept full compensation of evictees. That is a good thing and EVERYONE should be compensated. Well done Ruto and Co.

Anonymous said...

Confirms that Raila has been the paymaster for this blog... any opportunity to cheer him even when he has flipped his mind several times. Mr Ruto is consistent - compensation or alternative land before eviction and he did not go againt this.

Anonymous said...

This blog lost credibility long time ago and to think there was a time even the mainstream media had started noticing it.

isalovell said...

While it is indeed painful to forcefully evict genuine Mau settlers,it is vital to put into account the national importance of the Mau.Over 15 million Kenyans either directly or indirectly depend on the Mau for their livelihood.I mean we gotta be reasonable at times.

Anonymous said...

I always knew luos and kaleos were like water and oil. Luos like to appear sophisticated and civilised (and crave approval by wazungu "experts") while kaleos make no protension to either. But kudos to rao for his firm stand. Ruto has ended up looking like a fool. And he wants to be PORK!

Anonymous said...

The Mau Crisis Provides A Platform To Prove True Leadership.

We can now compare and contrast doers and fence sitters - who only wake up from their slumber to engage in DECEPTIVE PR stunts that will only fool fools, their fellow tribesmen and women but not right thinking Kenyans.

Hats off to Raila, like him or not he has shown what other Kenyan politicians including the "duly elected president"(Mwai "pumbavu" Kibaki) lack: the BALLS to provide DECISIVE leadership.

True Leaders are being seperated from imposters, Uhuru "millions of acres of grabbed and stolen land" Muigai Kenyatta, Kalonzo "msaliti" Musyoka and the rest of their types like Ruto have no place in the prosperous and well led Kenya of tomorrow that we desire.

M-Pesa said...

I don't even know why Kenyans are wasting their precious time discussing the no brainer issue of Mau. The Aliens in Mau should not get a penny from our hard earned taxes, actually it's the squatters who should pay Kenyans for their wanton destruction.

Most Mau title deeds are just fraudulent and fake, so the holders should be grateful they are not being hauled before the courts. For once I agree with Ntimama that the elite land owners of Mau are fraudulent crooks who should be behind bars. They are lucky we have a moribund president and an ineffective PM which is causing them to play the tribal card.

Mwarang'ethe said...

For those who have studied the Good Book, they must have come across the cry of Prophet Jeremiah's cry that:

"Run ye to and fro through the streets of Jerusalem, and see now, and know, and seek in the broad places thereof, if ye can find a MAN."

Prophet Jeremiah was talking of lack of LEADERSHIP as we see in Kenya today.

In reponse to last week's article by Mr Okello, we expressed the view that, all that RO needs to do is to acquire the attitude of Spartans. They did not inquire how many the enemies were, but, where they were. Perhaps, he should also take a leaf from William the Silent.

We are happy that, he is willing to take on the "enemies" on the Mau Question. He must do this, because, in the words of Emerson, in a thousand cups of life, only one is of the right mixture.

Jigga said...

Ruto has clearly said he is in support of the conservation of the Mau, but what he is against is a plan to evict people unprocedurally without compensation like in 2005. Then when the election nears conservation is no longer an issue and you tell them to return to the same areas for political expediency. As they say once beaten twice shy. You cannot play around with peoples lives like that and expect them to take it lying down. And that is why you see RV leaders breathing fire because of the pressure from their constituents. Some might be for their own selfish interests because they were the original allottees, but the most affected will be the common mwananchi who bought land. I think pple should view this from their point of view.
Another thing is Raila went round telling the Kipsigis community before election that no one would be evicted from the MAu knowing very well who the original allotees were. How then suddenly has he realised that Mau is the most important water tower in the country and needs to be conserved.
I personally think Raila is the MOST dishonest and opportunistic of all these politicians. Hes come out of that Bondo lunch with Kibaki chest thumping about the MAu because he thinks Kibaki is fully behind him. The man never learns he is being used to do the dirty work that has now cost him a big political constituent and finish him, while kibaki takes a backseat as they position Uhuru, Kalonzo and Ruto for greater things. Watch this space !!

Anonymous said...

The Nation Newspaper Interview with Raila about the Mau Forest Issue:

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/631580/-/item/0/-/s70vrj/-/index.html

Anonymous said...

@jigga we are not watching that space.We are watching Mau.Period.

Anonymous said...

The mau, yes you can call it railas dirty work while Ruto, kalonzo, uhuru sit and wait for greater things to come.
What greater things do you think of. A desert? yes uhuru and ruto can rule a country with no ethics no respect for the environment nor human beings. Where mungiki rules and squatters can settle anywhere withno respect for law. A country with no resources, no tea plantations, no water for animals, no lakes bref no future.Some of you need to wake up really.
kanoo

Anonymous said...

Taabu,
Finally the wool over your eyes is gone. Mau has become and an issue. You remind me of tail wagging the dog not the other way round.

On this one I am 100% behind RAO to get the job done but I detest Taabu's dishonesty and bootlicking ways.

Anonymous said...

This Mau issue sets an important precedent. That ordinary people shall not be wantonly victimized for the sins and greed of government administrators, politicians and all manner of rotten apples in our society.

It also sets another precedent. That the property rights of those living close to forests are just as critical as the rights of those lunatics who live very far from the Mau forest and who think their rights to water and other services they receive from the forest take precedence. It is now quite clear that the rights of those living downstream are not superior to those living upstream and that if the downstreamers are interested in sustaining their rights and benefits, then they MUST create incentives for the upstreamers to conserve, including paying them off to leave the forest alone!

What a "teachable moment" for natural resources management in this country. More power to the Kalenjin!

Anonymous said...

Ideally the Mau debate has elicited our need as a nation to embrace a common value. The picture is: greed, childish political theatrics, environmental concerns and communal heritage, are at crossroads. Let the poly-teazians know that: 1. Mau is not a podium to throw bare-knuckle political punches 2. This debate is'nt a forum to revive p

Anonymous said...

You must all understand that the only politician in Kenya to have put a stop to Raila's scheming is only one.The person most of you like portraying as slow,a fence sitter,cowardly and indecisive.He has done it once,twice and right now he's laying the groundwork to do it again.What most of you have never appreciated is that Mwai Kibaki's laid back attitude is his biggest strength.That way his opponents underestimate him only to realize too late,the man is as solid as a rock.Nobody ever became president by sitting down and doing nothing.Think about that!

Anonymous said...

@3:14 am:

And I say: AMEN to that!

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous wrote:

It is now quite clear that the rights of those living downstream are not superior to those living upstream and that if the downstreamers are interested in sustaining their rights and benefits, then they MUST create incentives for the upstreamers to conserve, including paying them off to leave the forest alone!

What a "teachable moment" for natural resources management in this country. More power to the Kalenjin!

Our response:

You are an idiot.

What if those who border, or owned, or still own land along river Tana, decided to apply this logic and use this water for irrigation and thereby stifling HEP generation that benefits Kenyans including the Kalenjins in the RV?

If they did so, should we compensate them to stop using this water for irrigation?

Jigga said...

I was shocked to see Ole Ntimama hold a conference and lectures kalenjins on encroachment and demand for no compensentation for Mau settlers. It was laughable that he was given huge coverage yet its no secret on whose behalf he was doing it.
This man is the biggest land grabber south of the Mau all the way to the borders of Tanzania. He stole land that sits right by the Mara river in which proceeds should benefit narok and transmara county council where he has built several hotels.
Let him not pretend to be concern about the welfare of the country. The only thing he is concern about is water flowing by his many hotels and supporting Raila.

Anonymous said...

Jigga, you are very correct. Raila is a very dishonest man, and Kenyans, true to their idiotic self, have accepted his lies. Nobody is pointing out that on that issue of compensation, Kibaki issued 60% of the 18000 title deeds in 2005. How then do Raila and Michuki turn around and claim only 1900 titles are valid and deserve compensation?! Was Kibaki then committing fraud in issuing fake title deeds? You cannot pick and choose which parts of the law are okay today and bad tomorrow, Raila! That is inviting anarchy.

Mwarang'ethe: Spare us the irritating and buffoonish philosophical posturing. Why do you imagine you are a British QC in a British courtroom, yet you can't even write basic English language grammar? Dont you know that there is no comma after the word 'that' unless absolutely necessary, yet you use it liberally as if you feeding simsim to Aluru outside your Simba? Stop being such a pompous a.s.s. You sound like you wear a bowtie while digging your Shamba.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:15
I also always thought this mwarange'the is a looney!How can you write a post and and always refer to yourself as 'WE'?Kwani how many of them hit the keyboard or are they clones to have the same commoness of thoughts and action.By his/her quotes,they appear well read but this 'WE' business is so weird!

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous wrote:

Mwarang'ethe: Spare us the irritating and buffoonish philosophical posturing. Why do you imagine you are a British QC in a British courtroom, yet you can't even write basic English language grammar?

Our response:

Only those who have never decolonised their minds like you think that, knowing english is the epitome of civilization.

Walk around other places in Europe like Sweden, Denmark etc, and you find that, people do not give a damn so much about so called proper english.

It is for the same reason you will see more Ranger Rovers in Nairobi in an hour, than you will see in Stockholm for 12 months.

Anonymous said...

Mau is a masaai territory and will always be a Masaai-land!
Check your history properly!!!

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...
Anon 5:15
I also always thought this mwarange'the is a looney!

Our response:

Firstly, we are diveting attention from the real issues. Let us tackle the real issue which is Mau Question. We see no need for personal attacks.

The point is this, it does not matter what you say, or how you say it or write it. As it has always been, some Pharisees will always see something to criticise which is part of life. So, leave our style of writing and concentrate on the issues we raise.

Anonymous said...

Mwarangethe said:

Our response:

You are an idiot.

What if those who border, or owned, or still own land along river Tana, decided to apply this logic and use this water for irrigation and thereby stifling HEP generation that benefits Kenyans including the Kalenjins in the RV?

If they did so, should we compensate them to stop using this water for irrigation?

-----------

I say:

I will indulge you, even though you are an even bigger idiot than I thought engaging in arguments of which you have but a rudimentary understanding.

My answer is a simple yes. If the residents of Tana river chose to pursue irrigation, then arrangements must be designed that will align their incentives with the broader goals and interests of other actors in society.

Does your feeble mind not grasp the straighforward notion that those who bear the burdens (direct or indirect) of resource management and conservation are entitled to remedies as those who enjoy the benefits are obligated
to pay for them?

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous wrote:

Does your feeble mind not grasp the straighforward notion that those who bear the burdens (direct or indirect) of resource management and conservation are entitled to remedies as those who enjoy the benefits are obligated
to pay for them?

Our response:

What you forget is that, land is not yours. It is a gift from the Creator. In the African wisdom,it is a GIFT from your children and grandchildren.

If you can grasp this simple wisdom, you will appreciate that, the Mau question (other forest areas as well as other environmental questions) is not necessarily about the present generation, but mostly about future generations.

Thus, your arguments amounts to this. You can only preserve, take care of, restore or conserve nature only when your future generations pay you to do so. You need to think beyond your long nose.

Anonymous said...

Mwarangethe:
Trust you to change the fundamentals of the argument when cornered.

Inter-generational equity was not the subject of discussion. The subject of discussion and its framing is equity in the current between actors living within the vicinity of a resource and those that live somewhat distant from a resource and who enjoy services of different kinds from it.

I await your informed response to my propositions, afterwhich I will patiently walk you through how intergenerational equity can be factored into such arguments since you're evidently incapable (or perhaps too lazy) to think a little bit more deeply and preferring instead to settle for easy answers.

Mwarang'ethe said...

To Mr Anonymous:

As we noted, land is not yours. Thats why Moses in Leviticus 25:23heard Jehovah say circa BC 1400 that, "The land shall not be sold forever; for the land is mine."

Thats why one of the greatest leaders of men, i.e. Abraham Lincoln said that:

"The land, the earth God gave to man for his home, sustenance and support, should never be the possession of any man, corporation, society or unfriendly government, any more than the air or water if as much... an individual or company or enterprise requiring land should hold no more than is required for their home and sustenance, and never more than they have in actual use in the prudent management of their legitimate business, and this much should not be permitted when it creates an exclusive monopoly."

On the same question Jean Jacques Rousseau said, "You are undone if you once forget that the fruits of the earth belong to us all, and the earth itself to no one."

Thats why Voltaire in the Age of Enlightenment, had this to say about land:

"The fruits of the earth are a common heritage of all, to which each man has equal right."

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...

Mwarangethe:
Trust you to change the fundamentals of the argument when cornered.

Our response:

Cornered? Come on.

The issue is that, you begin from the wrong premise which is that, the land belongs to you. It does not. It is a common heritage.

Taabu said...

Come on folks, revising lecture notes never won any arguments, or did it?

First comes the grammar teacher who pegs intelligence on punctuation and then the big bang of warped thinking that packages bribing or rewarding ransom/crime as incentive.

Please jump off the plastic pedestal and dust off the dust in between the ears and engage meaningfuly, will you?

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous wrote:

I await your informed response to my propositions, afterwhich I will patiently walk you through how intergenerational equity can be factored into such arguments since you're evidently incapable (or perhaps too lazy)...

Our response:

We are waiting your arguments. However, we shall proceed from these two premises:

(a) Land belongs to all of us, for we are are strangers and sojourners in the words of the Bible.

(b) In words of Voltaire, Winston Churchill, Chief Seattle, Tiberius Gracchus, Aristotle, Authur Schopenhauer, Pierre Joseph Proudhon, British Judge William Blackstone, Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza etc:

we are ALL EQUALLY entitled to the FRUITS of the earth/land, for instance rivers flowing from Mau.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Mr Anonymous wrote that:

It is now quite clear that the rights of those living downstream are not superior to those living upstream and that if the downstreamers are interested in sustaining their rights and benefits, then they MUST create incentives for the upstreamers to conserve, including paying them off to leave the forest alone!

Our response:

We now know some of the "conservators" and "landless" Kalenjins you are shamelessly defending here.

They include:

- Gideon Moi who was apparently allocated 45 ha to "conserve,"

- and a Mr Cheruiyot who got 1,955ha to "conserve."

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/631898/-/ulii5j/-/index.html

Daniel Waweru said...

Lectures -- with quotes from various important Dead White Men -- aren't to be sneezed at. But the common assumption that the squatters acquired the land lawfully is flawed. Since they didn't, and since permitting them to continue on teh land will lead to dire cosnequences, that's all the justification required to ask them to move. But there had got to be compensation, since many of them paid for the land in good faith, and have nowhere else to go. This might deprive us of the joy of watching the expansion of the already very elastic term 'ancestral land'.

UrXlnc said...

Up to this point it would appear that Ruto has made the U-Turn but then again has he really? is the media imputing motives and issues that have not been explicitly expressed, i wonder.

anyhow, there appears to be a consensus on preservation of Mau, the rest is just (politics) details

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/631690/-/uligke/-/index.html

Taabu said...

BTW U-turn implies no change as VECTOR because the resultant displacement is ZERO despite the big distance covered, ama? So back to square one.

Anonymous said...

Kumekucha is full of CRAP! For ages we have talked of the Mau issue but since it was ODM theives it was always hushed down.

Now Nairobi has no water, everyone is angry about the Mau and Raila has to eat humble pie and recant his 2007 election promise to the Kalejin that they will not be evicted.

And finally the scycphants in Kumekucha can find their voice and talk about Mau!

What nonsense! Dont you people have brains??? Kenya is BIGGER than Kibaki,Raila,Ruto,Uhuru or even the tribes Kikuyu,Luo,Kalejin etc.

As for the Kalejin leaders..you have miscalculated. The stronghold you had on Raila has been cut off and yes its about time.

As for fears of fresh violence..kwani the G41 Kalenjin warriors are the only men in Kenya?

Tutakanyagana hapa hapa and roundi hii si michezo!

-Antonio-

Anonymous said...

FULL LIST OF THOSE WHO CONNED US OF THE MAU FOREST:
People, once again I let you see for yourself how we were cheated out of the Mau and understand why politicians are busy fighting for compensation, I have argued that the Ogiek Community I Eastern Mau are the only ones entitled to compensation but for these bunch of greedy people I say kick them out, but again will they?
I have my doubts, sometimes I think we need to go there ourselves, here all their names, approximate value of the land they grabbed and now argue on the Mau from a point of knowledge – you will not find such a list anywhere else so print it out and tell yourself you will not listen to all their arguments again.
The sums accompanying the names is teh value of teh land they hold, some have more than one plot in the mau thats why they have many figures on their names...
Here the full list.
Kiptagich Tea Farm Former President Moi 39,536,000.00
Jane Cherotich Chepkwony Wife to fmr. State House Wilson Chepkwony Comptroller 4,007,962.00
John Kipchumba Lokorio State House Comptroller 4,200,700.00, 2,080, 582.00, 2,080,582.00
Col. Jonathan K. Rono Former Aide de Camp to Moi 4,161,164
Samon Cheramboss GSU Commandant 3,642,254.00
Hosea Kiplagat Cooperative Bank Chairman 4,161,184.00
Mark Too Chairman Lonrho 4,161,184.00
Zakayo Cheruiyot Ps, Internal Security (Now MP) 4,161,184.00
Lee Njiru Head Presidential Press Service 5,184,158.00
Joshua Kulei Personal Secretary to Moi 4,843,160.00, 4,942,000.00,3,904,180.00,3,904,180.00,3,904,180.00,3,998, 078.00,3,904,180.00,3,953,600.00,4,161,164.00,4,161,164.00,4,161,164.00,3,993,138.00
46,800,740.00
Isaac Ruto Minister Vocational Training (Now MP) 2,080,582.00
David Kimaiyo Deputy Commissioner of Police 2,080,582.00
Joseph G Halake Senior Assistant Director of Survey, Ministry of Lands and Settlement 4,942,000.00,3,904,180.00

-Antonio-

Anonymous said...

Francis Baya PS, Ministry of Lands and Settlements Rift Valley 3,904,180.00
Alfred K. Chanwon Director of Land Adjudication and Settlement 3,904,180.00
Samson. K. Biir General Manager Kiptangich Tea Estate 1,042,762.00,1,042,762.00,1,042,762.00,3,953,600.00,3,706,500.00,3,830,050.00,3, 849,818.00,2,080,582.00
Joseph Lotodo MP Baringo East 3,380, 328.00
Philip Ngetich KETEPA General Manager 3,904,180.00
Major Wilson K. Lalabur Managing Director National Cereals Board 3,642,254.00
MUSA SIRMA MP Eldama Ravine (Now Nominated MP) 4,161,164.00
2,080,582.00,2,080,582.00,2,080,582.00
Samuel Bundotich Director EPZA 4,161,164.00
William Cheruiyot Morogo Minister Public Works and Housing 4,161,164.00
Reuben Kipkemoi Yegon Director Brooke Bond 3,904,180.00
Francis Sang Director CID 4,161,164.00
Augustine Cheserem Managing Director KPTC 4,161,164.00
Sammy Komen Commissioner of Lands 4,161,164.00,2,080,582.00,3, 49,818.00
Gideon Moi Son to Former President Moi and owner of Kongoy Farm 22,110,508.00
2,080,582.00,2,080,582.00,2,080,582.00
Edward Sambili Deputy Governor Central Bank (Now PS Planning and husband to Sports Minister) 3,484,110.00
Margaret Ratch Deputy Director Presidential Press Service 3,459,400.00,1,823,598.00,1,042,762.00,1,042,762.00
Dr. Nehemiah Ngeno Permanent Secretary Lands 3,642,254
Dr. Julius Rotich Anti Corruption Unit 3,642,254.00
Paul Chemngeren Managing Director Kenya Wine Agencies 3,642,254.00

-Antonio-

Anonymous said...

Samuel Kipchumba PC, Coast 2,080,582.00
Peter Lagat DC, Kitui 1,779,120
Margret Kamar MP, East African Leg. Council – Wife to Biwott, MP 2,080,582.00
Joshua Terer Ambassador and PS 2,080,582.00 2,080,582.00
Mark Bor PS, Local Government 2,080,582.00 2,080,582.00
Doris Chege Daughter to Moi 2,080,582.00
Wilson LEITICH Cllr. Nakuru 2,080,582.00
Joseph Rotich Deputy Director PPS 2,080,582.00
James Koskei MP Kuresoi 2,080,582.00
Harun Bomet MP Rongai 2,080,582.00
Jones Kaleli Chaplain, Kabarak High School 2,080,582.00
Paul Arap Sang MP Buret 2,080,582.00
David Kimaiyo Deputy Police Commissioner 2,080,582.00
Benjamin Sogomo PS Cooperative Dev. Former TSC SEC. 2,080,582.00
Solomon Boit Secretary, Public Service Commission 2,080,582.00
Stephen Kipkabut DC, Kwale, Under Secretary Public Works 2,080,582.00
William Boit MP, Baringo 2,080,582.00
Mary Muthoni Mugo Rtd. Senior Magistrate 2,080,582.00
Isaac Kipchumba Provincial Settlement Officer, Rift Valley 2,080,582.00
David Kipkemoi Korir PPO Nyanza 3,380,328,2,080,582.00
Reuben Rotich Deputy Secretary Ministry of Local Government 2,080,582.00
Francis Sigei PC, Nairobi 2,080,582.00,2,080,582.00
Simon Ole Kirgotty Director, Medical Licensing Board 2,080,582.00
Paul Goto Gene Director Kenya Commercial Bank 1,299,748

-Antonio-

Anonymous said...

Abdullahi Dabaso Wadera Under Secretary, Local Government 1,299,745
Philemon Chelegat Mayor Kabarnet 1,561,872
Philip K.Toroitich Moi's son 2,080,582.00
Harry Nyapota Director of Survey 1,042,762
2,080,582.00
2,080,582.00
2,080,582.00
2,080,582.00
Shukri Baramede Senior National Intelligence Officer 2,080,582.00
2,080,582.00
Henry Ole Ndiema Principal Immigration Officer 2,080,582.00
William Changole DC 2,080,582.00
Joseph Kipkirui Sang PS Lands 1,042,762
Zablon Mabea Senior Assistant Commissioner of Lands 2,080,582.00
David Mbuka Provincial Surveyor Nakuru 2,080,582.00
Justice William Tuiyet High Court Judge 2,080,582.00
Benjamin Rotich Deputy PC Rift Valley 2,080,582.00
Aggrey Mudinyu PC Nyanza 2,080,582.00
Tom Owour Federation of Kenya Employers Executive Director 2,080,582.00
Peter Raburu PC Central 2,080,582.00,2,080,582.00
John Mark Moi Moi's Son 22,080,582.00
Kipkalya Kones Former Mp 20,000,000

-Antonio-

Anonymous said...

Franklin Bett MP AND ROADS
MINISTER 20,000,000
Please note:
Joshua Kulei's Sian Enterprises had other partners like
Nigel Pavit
William Kipchumba
Image Trustees
Gedion Moi's Kongoy Farm had:
Zahra Salim Mohammed
Tim Tim Holdings had:
Dinal Chelimo Jelai
Mart Holdings Limited
Tiwal Holdings
Sammy Mwala
Total lost with a conservative calculation was approximately 1.3 Billion shillings…
The list is not exhaustive and only covers mostly the Kiptagich area of Mau..

-Antonio-

Kamili said...

ALAS! To "pay the ultimate political price of loosing rift valley support inorder to bequeath future generations a better environment" Is this what you really say? this is your ultimate waterloo Mr PM. You are done and your enemies who stole your presidency in 2007 have intelligently succeeded to put you in the peripherial bay. R.I.P Mr PM. That was your last stroke. I didn't wish this to have happened to you.

Anonymous said...

Yes these are the 'squatters' on the Mau who are about to be compensated!

Yes its only in Kenya where you steal alot of land , sell small bits to clueless tribesmen and retain BIG chunks and when shit hits the fan talk about compensation for the squaters!

And no Raila is no latter day saint!

We all remember him promise the Kalejin no eviction if they vote for him.

Well they voted for him and also killed,raped and burnt for him but for political expediency he has correctly read the mood of the public and distanced himself from the Kalejin Warlords.

With Arap Moi as the biggest squatter will the evictions really happen i wonder?

We shall wait and see.

And yes when i grow up i also want to be a 'Kalejin squatter'!

-Antonio-

Anonymous said...

Oh and one last thing Kumekucha as a blog has no credibility!

If Raila tomorrow decided The Kalejin who voted,killed,raped and burnt for him to be Prime Minister should not be evicted,then Taabu et al will be writing posts about how Mau is not important etc etc.

Stupidity i tell you!

-Antonio-

Jigga said...

The Kalenjin community might come across as an unsophisticated, primitive and militant, but let me tell you whether you like to hear this or not. You will never trample on their rights and expect to get away with it and if somehow you do they will never forgive you nor forget. Moi did this since independence using state machinery to surpress his critics within the community and they were many. He rewarded loyal psycophants masked his ills with large swathes of land at the expense of deserved ones. The Kalenjin NEVER forgot and have thrown him into political oblivion.
Kalenjin community could care less if you did not compensate, Moi, Kulei, Sammy Mwaita etc They no more than anyone they do not deserve a single cent infact they should be surchaged for the fencing and restoration of the Mau. What I gurantee you for sure is the community will fight to the death any attempts to evict genuine settlers without compensation and provision of alternative land for their settlement. They don't care whether it was not done in Aberdares, Mt Kenya or whatever other corner of Kenya.
They are simply saying give them what is rightfully theirs.
Raila , we are not arguing that you are on the right side of history today as far as conservation is concerned, but when you say something yesterday and then change today and mean something else tomorrow just like your newly found friend Kibaki. Just like moi, you will not be forgiven !

Anonymous said...

Moi with his Nyayo tyranny were the Key beneficiaries of massive looting and mis-management of public property.

After the revelation of the Mau list of SHAME, how can we respect the former president, Daniel arap Moi as a responsible elder? Nobody in his right mind can listen to any of his "Advice" which he keeps on "giving"

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