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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Kenya Contaminated by Diseased Politicians

They say that people often take their good health for granted, that is until they lose it.

Drama of the high wire kind has been unfolding in a country that is proving to be one of the most influential in Africa (because it has the largest movie industry on the continent reportedly currently churning out more movies than Hollywood itself. I am of course talking about Nigeria. In the same way America became so influential from churning out and distributing movies to the world, Nigeria seems to be following suite. Too many Kenyans these days are already talking like Nigerians. I warned you oooo!! I told you not to be reading Kumekucha ooooo!!!!)
What mystery ailment is William Ruto suffering from?

The country’s president Umaru Yar'Adua has been ailing since last November and to date no official word has been released about his condition. Early this year the authoritative Telegraph in London quoted sources as saying the president had been in a coma for two weeks and could even be “clinically dead”. Older readers of this blog will remember that when president Laurent Kabila (father of the current president) was shot dead inside his own palace by one of his own guards his aides denied the story for two days. Claiming that he was well and being treated. Obviously the idea was to finalize carefully laid plans to take over power.

Anyway the latest in the Nigerian presidential saga is that acting President Goodluck Jonathan (these Nigerian names!!! Wow!!!) dissolved the cabinet a few hours ago setting the stage for him to appoint a brand new cabinet. This could suggest that president Yar’dua may not be coming back. Besides fresh presidential elections are due in about a year.

This current scenario in Nigeria is very relevant to Kenyans, whose first president Mzee Jomo Kenyatta slipped in out of a coma in his last years in office. Who aws ruling the country? The current president has been in poor health since taking over office shortly after a near-fatal accident on the Nairobi Mombasa road just weeks to the polls in 2002.

As we prepare to hopefully pass a new constitution full disclosure on the health of our future presidents needs to be entrenched in the new constitution. Can you imagine that in this day and age majority in the political class believe that the health of the president should not be discussed in public.

What most folks fail to realize is that your health impacts directly on the quality of decisions that you make.

President Jomo Kenyatta is said to have suffered from gout (apart from his heart condition). Gout can get pretty painful and obviously affects the mood of the person suffering from it. Usually it causes ill temper. Imagine what would happen when advisors come in with news of a political nuisance getting in the way yet again. How easy would it be for a president to give the order for that person’s life to be snuffed out?

In the same way I hate to think about it but President Kibaki’s poor health may have been the main reason why so many Kenyans lost their lives in the post election violence of the 2007 general elections. Realistically speaking Kibaki should not have stood for re-election in the first place considering his health then and even now. Many of his firm supporters have told me that that they firmly believe that the poor quality decisions made in the run up to the violence was caused by his poor health. They point out to the Kibaki before the accident, a sharp astute quick thinker on his feet. This is a far cry from the limping, slow walking, slow talking, easily-confused President Kibaki of today.

To make matters worse possible presidential candidates like William Ruto are already said to be suffering from some very serious mystery ailments but is said to always brush aside queries about his health by saying that it is “just diabetes.”

As our Nigerian brothers struggle with their constitutionally-related problems Kenyans need to firmly focus on the health of our future leaders and especially the president and Vice president.

Kumekucha received insider information on President Kibaki’s health.

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chris,
Wapi RAO? You have sounded a death knell to this post by avoiding that MAGICAL NAME. But trust me a single comment on him and the post will grow wings exclussively discussing RAO. Well, chema chajiuza ....(jijazieni).

Anonymous said...

What you are trying to insunuate is that Ruto is HIV positive. So what? If its true, with ARV's he can live for another 40 years, that is, untill he is 80 something. HIV doesnt kill people nowdays, only fools and Ruto is not one of them (if he has it).

Anonymous said...

How do you know Kibaki is not well, are you his doctor or daktari wa Kienyeji?
Sometimes Chris you talk like a witchdoctor who only see doom and gloom. Did u in anyway inherit kamba witcdoctory or u are just a self-sytled "prophet" of doom!

Anonymous said...

Chris,
On a good day you write a coherent piece but today you have sunk very low. If you are insinuating (swallowing the bait Phil laid out the other day) that WSR is has HIV+ then he is a statistic among other 2 million Kenyans. And that is not something that you can say reduces his leadership capacity if he had any. Asunta Wagura is still alive, kicking and blogging 25 years since she declared. If Ruto says he has diabetes, it is a serious enough ailment to cause us to feel for him just like million other Kenyans suffering from the same.

In short your piece today has got no relevance to our situation. Its not just politicians who are sick, Kenya is diseased country and you and everyone else carries some pathogen, ni wakati wako haujafika.

Iko swali?

Chris said...

I did NOT insinuate that Ruto is suffering from HIV. What did you eat today?

For starters it is highly unlikely that the man is suffering from HIV because as you quite rightly put it, people comfortably live with the thing these days. Very comfortably.

I have no idea what it is that is ailing WSR, BUT it is serious whatever it is. More serious than diabetes.

Besides this post was NOT about Ruto. neither was it about sick ordinary Kenyans.

Oh shucks, what's the point?

-Kumekucha-

Anonymous said...

You are being childish, Mr. Chris. you have put a picture or WSR and underneath asked, "What mystery ailment is William Ruto suffering from?"

Phil said...

Chris:

I beg, I beg, I beg, Oo!

I never at anyone point insinuated that WSR is HIV+.

But you are right....whatever it is, it is not Diabetes!

But even more critical than that WSR's closet is overflowing with skeletons.

The late Naivasha MP Kihara, the late Mwenje, the late Wamalwa, the late Karisa Maitha, Luagno Liliechi, ni wengi.etc. We lost them in the 9th parliament although they tried to cover up.

The tenth parliament is indeed laden with MPs carrying varying and serious illnesses. Unfortunately our constitution does not vet the health status of MPs. This is a serious oversight.

How about the RV ODM rebels using their new found working relations with PNU to push for this clause? (wink wink)

Anonymous said...

Even if he is HIV+, that does not mean the end of your life ---survival rate has increased in recent times. Most HIV/AIDs sufferers are now living a full life and with proper diet, the life expectancy is even better than those suffering diabetes or heart problems.

You can also increase good health (HIV/AIDs suffers) or even fight off HIV virus by taking antidioxidant suplemments like Glutathione or Alpa-Lipoic Acid which are clinically proven to slow and even kill off HIV virus.


PS: In 2008, Ruto was reported to have had unprotected sex with a Kenyan prostitute based in Oslo, Norway during an official visit to the country. Could this.....?

Kumekucha Princess

Anonymous said...

Kumekucha princess,
Please save us your prostituting viruses. You have seen and entertained different lengths and widths but please stop ogling here.

Anonymous said...

RAO has had the virus for so long and is still alive!!!

Hello worshipers - ODM is so desperate nowdays!

deroo said...

Phil,

In your list, you forgot to write The late Omino. I dont know whether you are referring to all who died and they are not your tribesmen or they do not subscribe to a certain political ideology. Please add all the names of bodyguards and orderlies that are around MPs, parliamentarians and of course yes, millions of people who voted for the two major political parties.

So, in the ODM doctrine of leaders and their posts, being sick is a SIN and living if you do not support ODM is a CRIME. Whether one dies of NAGANA, BIRD-FLU or FOOT and MOUTH, is not for you to celebrate about.

Then, you should also tell us something about Kaloki Ngilu's husband. You know-it-all!

Anonymous said...

Deroo,
And you suffer acute bout of intellectual FOOT-AND-MOUTH disease. Just zip iy up and do what you know best, youthwinger.

Anonymous said...

RAO has had the virus for so long and is still alive!!!

Hello worshipers - ODM is so desperate nowdays!

I THOUGHT THIS WAS ABOUT RUTO....WHY ARE YOU OBSESSED WITH RAO...PILI PILI USIYO ILA INA KUWASHA AJE?

Anonymous said...

Phil,

What is the name of the disease that Raila gets treated for every time he travels overseas? And don't tell us it is just the eyes.

Anonymous said...

Chris,
Given that HIV-AIDS is more prevelent in Luo Nyanza than in Kalenjin land, what is the likelihood that Ruto would get it before Raila, all other things being equal? Of course, Raila is more likely to have it before Ruto. So, if there is concern about the two politicians' health, let start by worrying about Raila's health.

Anonymous said...

Mwaurangethe save the day! Kenyans av sunk soo low! Where is ur manifesto mr. I would like 2 read all your wisdom 2gether! N hey wat is your true identity n which is your blog? Kumekucha and jukwaa has turned 2 be another mashada n jaluo.com. Save us please.ths is our cry!! Pls sir. Frm north pokot.

Chris said...

I beg, I beg oo!!

Listen very carefully Ogas and stop behaving like you are in the village market.

Phil said it. I did not. He knows the disease I don't.

But what dissapoints me most is that nobody sees the Nigerian crisis being replicated in Kenya. Typical Kenyans, you only see things when it is too late and the milk is already spilt.

-Kumekucha-

Vikii said...

What a bunch of morons?

Phil said...

Naayuu..Vikii and Chris,

Are you guys in Masaku?

Watch the PM make a grand entry to Machakos today.

Kesho tunaenda North Rift kuamsha wakulima wale walidanganywa.

Did you notice Isaac Ruto is following the PM everywhere? Do you remember my previous post about testing the resolve of the William Ruto faction?

Anonymous said...

It is seditious / an act of treason and outright careless to speculate on the health/nearing death of the president! You might personally know something about his health but its better not to hint about it publicly. Should the president die tomorrow and the autopsy reveals that he was posioned who do you think they will they arrest?

Leave the health announcements to his incompetent spokesman!

Anonymous said...

If you did not believe Glutathione can kill HIV virus, check this link or google "Glutathione and HIV"

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8911579

The only problem with Glutathione supplements is where to buy them and the authenticity and purity of them.

If u need some, let me know and I will get you the purest form of L-Glutathione from Japan.

Kumekucha Princess

Anonymous said...

Factional " ANAL-isis " passed as reason , logic and fact

ODM Ju!

Anonymous said...

Yesterday There was a nation media panel hosted by that articulate journalist and artist Sibi okumu. kagame, Raila, wangari, Mkapa participated but I heard nothing from kibaki YET HE WAS IN THE SAME HALL. Does it mean this man cannot even answer simple questions. I am sorry to say but it seems even reading speeches is becoming difficult to our DULY ELECTED president.
Hamisi

Anonymous said...

Chris,
You look so desperate eh!!! WSR is our man.Those are wishful thinking from Rao supporters.Wether you like it or not Rao will not occupy state house. MEZENI WEMBE.

Anonymous said...

There are too many people surrounding RAO with HIV

MP for Gem and also very personal assistant was on the death bed before being ressurected courtesy os ARV and a fat parliamentary health cover. And James Orengo, Oburu Odinga. At this rate I can name the whole of Nyanza province!

Anonymous said...

This blog is now wallowing on the brink of irrelevancy if topics like this can elicit no serious discussion

Anonymous said...

HE GUYS! DO NOT BE FOOLISH ANYONE WHOSE HADS HAVE TOUCHED THE KEYBOARD TO THIS BLOG.

I AM A WIDOW. MY HUSBAND DIED OF A TERMINAL DISEASE. AT A TIME WHEN HE WAS IN FORM SIX, IT WAS DISCOVERED THAT ONE OF HIS KIDNEYS HAD FAILED.

BUT IT WAS MANAGED AS DOCTORS SAID HE COULD LIVE ON ONE KIDNEY. HE LIVED TO GRADUATE AND EVEN MARRIED.

15 YEARS TO HIS MARRIAGE, HIS SECOND KIDNEY FAILED. NOW THAT WAS A SERIOUS AND A TERMINAL DISEASE.

I REMEMBER SOME PEOPLE TALKED AND TALKED ABOUT HIS TERMINAL DISEASE LIKE HE WAS GOING TO DIE THE FOLLOWING DAY. BUT DURING THEIR TALKS WHETHER THEY SYMPATHISED OR NOT, NO ONE CONSIDERED WHAT HE, HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN, HIS MOTHER, BROTHERS & SISTERS AND EVEN HIS DEAR FRIENDS WERE GOING THROUGH.

THE DISCUSSION WAS AN EXACT VERSION OF THIS BLOG.

HE LIVED 5 MORE YEARS AFTER THE COLLAPSE OF THE SECOND KIDNEY MANAGING THROUGH DIALYSIS AND CONSTANT MEDICATION PLUS SERIOUSLY REGULATED DIET AND GENERAL LIFESTYLE.

WITHIN THIS FIVE YEARS, WE (ME AND HIM) BURRIED A LOT OF HEALTHY PEOPLE WE KNEW. SOME THROUGH ACCIDENTS AND OTHER NON-TERMINAL DISEASES. IN FACT DEATHS OF MAJORITY OF PEOPLE WERE SO NEAR AND IMMEDIATE THAT WE EVEN FORGOT ABOUT HIS IMMINENT ONE.

SO MY DEAR BLOGGERS. BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL WHEN DISCUSSING SOMEONE'S HEALTH AND TERMINAL ILLNESSES.

TAKE MY STRONG ADVICE, JUST REMEMBER TO BE COMPASSIONATE WHEN IT COMES TO SOMEONE'S HEALTH EVEN IF THIS PERSON IS YOUR ENEMY.

BLOGGER.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...
This blog is now wallowing on the brink of irrelevancy if topics like this can elicit no serious discussion

3/19/10 4:18 AM

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We are going to make some very unpleasant observations today based on what we are "discussing" infront of the whole world.

We shall provide references so that, we are not accused of imagining these observations.

Mwarang'ethe makes these comments as an African. Let therefore, the reader reflect upon these comments and not revert to insults.

We are taught by historians that, 16th Century was the golden age of Portuguese literature, palaces, fortresses, cathedrals, monasteries were built on a scale never before attempted in Portugal.

Oriental splendour and Renaissance culture combined to render social life in Lisbon hardly less brilliant than in Rome or Venice.

But at the same time, in contrast with England, Scotland, Ireland, and the countries of Europe generally, Portugal had a large and rapidly growing Negro population.

And its White population was being drained by emigration to the colonies in America, Africa and Asia, and in all likelihood, by a lower birthrate as well.

Portugal began to import Negro slaves in 1441, and continued at such a rate that by 1550 one-tenth of its people were Blacks.

It was not long until the Negro blood was so thoroughly absorbed by the White population that it virtually disappeared.

The New York Times Encyclopedic Almanac for 1971 states that:

“the present population [of Portugal] is one of the most homogeneous in Europe, with no national minorities.”

Mr. Ray Irving Peterson, in an article entitled “The Negroes’ Gift to Portugal,” published by the National Youth Alliance in 1972, says:

“What you can see in Portugal today is the product of a uniform nonselective mixing of 10% negroes and 90% whites into one homogeneous whole. In effect it is a new race—a race that has stagnated in apathy and produced virtually nothing in the past 400 years.

The Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th ed., 1911, in its article on Portugal states:

"The Portuguese intermarried freely with their slaves, and this infusion of alien blood profoundly modified the character and physique of the nation.

It may be said without exaggeration that the Portuguese of the “age of discoveries” and the Portuguese of the 17th and later centuries were two different races."

“The contribution of this new race to civilization in terms of literature, art, music, philosophy, science, etc., has been practically zero.

Portugal today is the most backward country in Europe. 32% of the people are illiterate. . . The infant mortality rate in Portugal is 59.2 per 1,000 births [as against 20.7 in the U.S., 12.9 in Sweden, and 28 in the Soviet Union]. The workers’ wages are the lowest in Western Europe. . .

“Portugal is a forgotten land—bypassed by tourists and shunned by scholars. It is a sad country, known mainly for its plaintive . . . nostalgic music that looks to the past and sees no future.”

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe 3/19/10 5:19 AM

Like Kalozo "mtu wa mkono" Musyoka always says on camera - wewewewe ! hiyo ni kali

Anonymous said...

WE WANT ABORTION.

I think the topic most people are dying to discus is the issue of abortion, many people are discovering what christianity and religion is all about and are ready to air thier views. This is the Golden oportunity for Black African Kenyans to start breaking away from this retrogresive philosophy called christianity.

If the religious leaders are so righteous to want to protect the unborn how come they were among the first ones to take sides during the stolen elections and subsequent PEV.

not to mention with rampant child abuse of the so called CHATHOLIC FATHERS - maybe they just want more people to molest.

Tabuu / Chris - Leteni abortion ina maneno mingi ndani yake.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...
Mwarang'ethe 3/19/10 5:19 AM

Like Kalozo "mtu wa mkono" Musyoka always says on camera - wewewewe ! hiyo ni kali

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Look, today, we have informed that:

"China's first domestically developed civilian helicopter has completed a successful maiden flight in Jingdezhen, in the eastern province of Jiangxi.

The heavy-lift AC313 helicopter, built by the state-owned Aviation Industry Corporation of China (Avic), can carry 27 passengers or up to 13.8 tonnes."

Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8575728.stm

When the Chinese are flying their first helicopters, we are wasting time "discussing" whether Luos have more AIDS than Kalenjins.

Surely, we ask, is this the best Kenyans and very importantly, "educated" and young Kenyans can offer Kenya and Africa and the world?

If we are not "discussing" who has this disease, we are busy quarreling on how to split Embu into 2 or 20 pieces or whatever. How does this contribute to wealth creation?

Source: http://www.nation.co.ke/News/regional/Leaders%20want%20Embu%20split%20further%20/-/1070/882454/-/r5xkmsz/-/index.html

Anonymous said...

@ Mwarang'ethe,

I think we must accept that most people are incapable of thinking for themselves. So they take the cue from their respective leaders. Am not sure whether we are to blame or its inherently in us. I am honestly sickened by the comments I have read on this post.

Anonymous said...

@ Mwarang'ethe,

Checked your stats about Portugal, they are factually wrong. Literacy rate 93%, Infant Mortality rate 4.78 deaths/1000. Which is much lower that the United States @ 6.22 deaths/1000.

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/po.html

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Nameless said...

A poor soul somewhere who worked for KTN and reported from Somalia. Has anybody heard of her? She is ill. Ruto was a long-time client. If 1+1 is not 11, then it is highly likely that Ruto is indeed dented and living on borrowed time.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...
@ Mwarang'ethe,

Checked your stats about Portugal, they are factually wrong. Literacy rate 93%, Infant Mortality rate 4.78 deaths/1000. Which is much lower that the United States @ 6.22 deaths/1000.

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U have missed one thing. When the materials we quoted were written. As u can see, some of them were written in 1911.

Of course, with Portugal's entry to the EU, things have changed a bit although things are not very rosy as u have seen now it is part of PIIGS.

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This is yet another prime example the current system of government does not work! Elected officials are no longer representing their constituents but more along party lines and special interest. How can anything get done? The country is in a mess!~


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