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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Visa Ban And Drug Barons in Government

Kenyans are a very disgusting lot. They really don’t care about the most important question one needs to urgently ask whenever they come across somebody who seems to have cash literally coming out of their ears. And that critical question is; where did the money come from?
Just show Kenyans the cash and you are a hero, no questions asked. But personally I would go as far as questioning even cash that floods in for so-called good causes. Charity Kaluki Ngilu announced her bid for the presidency in 1997 looking “all money” complete with a brand new seductive dress that was a tad too short but must have cost a bomb. It was all for a good cause. After years of the Moi regime we wanted to get rid of him pronto and for a brief moment it looked like maybe a woman could break the tribal barriers and unite enough opposition votes to remove Moi and KANU from power. What followed was one of the best financed presidential campaigns ever seen in Kenya. Very few stopped to ask the crucial question, where did all that money come from? Had Ngilu won those rigged presidential elections, this question would have become even more critical and so in many ways it is just as well that she did not win and the only thing she emerged with was the distinction of being the first woman in Kenya to run for the presidency. In retrospect this was hardly surprising coming from a tribe that has had a long history of being led by women (but then that is a post for another day.)

As a matter of interest that Ngilu cash came from some very deep pockets in the United States of America with an agenda in Kenya. The same gentlemen that former Kanu secretary general Joseph Kamotho bluntly addressed in the press and told; this is NOT the Philippines. Many puzzled Kenyans were wondering what the hell the balding guy was talking about. I am told that once upon a time the CIA helped install a woman president in the Philippines and one of the key tools that helped them change the course of the political river that led to the win of Corazon Aquino was wads of cash. Yet another fascinating story for another day.

But I digress too much because today I address the issue of drug barons in Kenyan politics. This is probably one of the most dangerous subjects to write about in Kenya. I know because I have had my life threatened and have even had to run. Make no mistake about it, these drug folks are well organized and their cash opens all doors for them. There is hardly a place to hide when they have identified you as “a problem”. Even an anonymous blogger like myself can suddenly find that they are pretty exposed (as I found out the hard way).

In naming one of the drug barons I know in government let me tell you a short story. In the run up to the 2007 general elections I was fully behind ODM and its’ presidential candidate Raila Odinga. I am NOT a Luo but like many Kenyans I was seduced by the ODM rhetoric and I was yearning for change. Cynical and hard to convince as I am, I found myself in the place where I was sure that ODM would bring about the desired change we vadly needed in Kenya. And that is the reason why I was deeply shocked and hurt when I later heard that the ODM presidential candidate had offered Mr John Harun Mwau a full cabinet seat in his half of the coalition government. Mwau, the story goes, turned it down because of his frequent Business trips out of the country and accepted the less busy docket of an assistant minister. Knowing the character of the man I cringed at this news. Imagine a drug baron as a full cabinet minister carrying a diplomatic passport and all? I was later told by some ODM die-hard that “the captain” did not have a choice because the man gave ODM a lot of cash for the presidential campaign. That did not wash with me. So what if he financed the ODM presidential campaign? Why was he allowed to in the first place by a candidate looking for change in Kenya?

I have written several posts in this blog about this man (you can read this one) and so I don’t want to repeat myself. The bottom line is that Mwau was a sharpshooter working with the Kenya police and climbed up to the rank of acting Inspector of police. And he was not one of the more disciplined officers because he insisted on keeping his beard and had to get a letter from some doctor proving that shaving his beard would be a risk to his health. When Mr Mwau left the police force in some very controversial circumstances he suddenly became a very rich man. Journalists have often asked him how he made his money and he has always waived his hand and said it was from business and quickly hurried on to the next point. One journalist pressed the question and asked what business exactly he was doing. Mwau replied that he was importing electronics. Mwau in a thinly veiled threat told journalists to be careful with him. Apart from being a scary character to journalists seeking information, Mwau has always been pretty generous with reporters. Let me just leave it at that. And so journalists have learnt not to ask Mr Mwau certain questions and even more important not to dig too deeply into how he acquired his stupendous wealth.

All over the world former policemen are rarely considered to be overly intelligent, if anything many jokes are traded about the lack of intelligence of policemen. However in Mr Mwau’s case there is evidence to prove that he is an extremely intelligent man. In a land mark case challenging the election of Moi as President in 1992 (in an election where Mwau also stood for president), he opted to represent himself and ended up impressing many lawyers and even judges (although he did not win the case). Many thought his performance was better than what many trained lawyers would have achieved. When this kind of man is let loose in a country like Kenya for so many years unchecked the result is that he becomes part of the very fabric of the nation so that touching him may have a major impact right across the entire economy of the nation.

For instance there are allegations supported by enough documentation and evidence that the well-respected Nakumatt chain of supermarkets had its’ early days financed by money launderers. Money laundering and the drug business are inseparable twins joined at the hip and the heart. Read this Kumekucha story for details.

(To be continued)

See also the earlier Kumekucha article: Is it okay for a drug baron to be in government?

Late Extra...

Judging from some of the comments this post has provoked I felt that a comment made by a reader from one of my earlier articles in Kumekucha about the drugs trade would be appropriate to put things in perspective. I reproduce it below;


Anonymous said...

I got a Kenyan boyfriend the other day and I have been trying to familliarize myself with his home country. Having come across this blog I can't help but wonder about how simple life is in that part of the world. As a police officer in Miami I have to say that narcotic drugs activites are no joke, I can tell you stories that would make it difficult for you to sleep at night. It seems like you guys want to destroy your country by creating the impression that narcotic drugs are a business that can create abundant wealth.

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Anonymous said...

Why is it so hard to post a comment to this post? Have the drug barons paid some computer geeks or what?

Amazing post Chris. Just amazing. I hope you are not in Kenya at the moment.

M. Pesa said...

Why would this Govt of Kibaki and Raila allow well known drug barons in their midst instead of having them locked up inside Kamiti? It's no news that Kibaki and Raila's Govt is packed with drug Lords, corrupt (thieves really) ministers behind Anglo Fleecing and Goldenberg and some characters of interest to Louis Moreno Ocampo who were behind the 2007 genocide in Kenya. This topic inevitably sends us back to the sad story about the infamous Artur Brothers and Rwandese Felicien Kabuga who is known to own lots of properties in Kenya including a fleet of luxurious buses although he's a wanted man behind 1 million deaths of innocent Rwandese women and children. I'm also told there are very many devil worshippers from Bunge to Cabinet, so one wonders where the future really lies with poor souls called Kenyans. So we have drug dealers in positions of power who are receiving salaries from us taxes? Stale news, that an open secret! If Rannenberger can't name them, he should simply shut his mouth. These barons have no intention of ever going to US to invest or relax when they can simply use private jets to go soak in the warm Seychelles' sun. Why would someone like Raila entertain drug barons despite wanting us to elect him in 2012? Some things never cease to amaze me! I would like to know, or read the wealth list declared by the likes of Mwau, Kabogo, Ali Hassan Joho, Mike Sonko,Biwott etc....and how that wealth was acquired!

Anonymous said...

The last time I inquired ODM refused Sonko to run in ODM according to their testimony because of the source of his wealth

Anonymous said...

Let the choir begin.....Raila A, Raila B, Raila C, raila D.

Surely, is it not Raila's fault?

luke said...

Chris,
Just last week you were prayed for on this blog by a sincere loyal reader Phillip.now why do you want to declare war ati "Kenyans are a very disgusting lot".....shortly your demons will be excorcised here bro pole sana

And we continue to pray for you because now that you've been prayed for by a Kenyan you need to think like a Kenyan Chris

Besha-Pesa-Cash-Money-Sonko-whatever you want to call it-is what makes this country tick and you better be advised against trying to stir moral conscience ati how do people get money? wrong forum this is a DYING blog it must be the last kicks of the bucket by horse and the writings on the wall of the new Jukwaa/Mashada type kumekucha copycat

If you weren't a pretender you would see the quality of this blog's content denies you the right challenge FLOSS ya Mike Sonko. You are outnumbered by both TRIBAL and NON-TRIBAL majority silently reading in the wings ready to pounce at the throat of anyone intent on having meaningful discussion taking place here

anyway, Mursiks and popcorn all round.please continue to be open to our prayers

M. Pesa said...

There is always some spin doctoring whenever things go pear shaped for this illegal Govt. We are now being told that it's the Govt that took the initiative to report these four drug barons/money launderers! It's like having a wife who is sleeping around with every Tom, Dick and Harry and instead of you, as the husband taking strong action, you go crying while telling the whole community that your wife is cheating on you! The Americans must really hate our guts and are possibly calling us in hushed tones "stupid Africans" since we can't clean our own mess.

The four who have been SLAPPED WITH VISA BANS are described as an assistant minister, a recently elected MP, another MP from Coast province and one from Central province.

The fifth individual is a Mombasa based businessman with interests in other parts of the country and a brother to one of the banned individual!


Hehehe..u must really be naive not to know these guys!

Mwarang'ethe said...

ehehehe, ahahha, ati Americans banning Kenyans for selling drugs?

The thing is this. Without drug trade, the global trade would collapse.

Here this:

"The bank [WACHOVIA], now a unit of Wells Fargo, leads a list of firms that have moved dirty money for Mexico’s narcotics cartels--helping a $39 BILLION trade that has KILLED more than 22,000 people since 2006."

Source: Wachovia's Drug Habit @

http://is.gd/hlaTO

NB: Who controls Wells Fargo?

Read for yourself here:

http://is.gd/hlbnu

In simple words, drug trade is a KEY PILLAR of the American led international financial system.

This being the case, discussing drugs issue is a non - starter for there is nothing we can do about it at this time in human history.

The only solution is PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY. This means an end to the bull shit idea of government do this and that.

You do not believe it? Hear a former CIA Director speak:

"The Latin American drug cartels have stretched their tentacles much deeper into our lives than most people believe. It's possible they are calling the shots at ALL LEVELS of government."

- William Colby, former CIA Director, 1995

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More so, sample this:

(a) A former head of the New York Stock Exchange having meeting with Colombian drug lords. In that meeting, he is reported to have told them this:

"I invite members of the FARC to visit the New York Stock Exchange so that they can get to know the market personally,"

Source: http://is.gd/hl8D8

(b) What about this?

http://is.gd/hl9pk

(c) And, this?

http://is.gd/hl9wP

Anyway, some mursik and popcorn will be appreciated.

Mwarang'ethe said...

More so, it is crucial for the masses to understand the sociology of FAKE "WAR ON DRUGS."

When so called governments ban drugs, they do it for two reasons:

(a) firstly, when a drug is banned, its price goes up.

This means two things:

(i) more profits and POWER (don't they fund politicians?) for the controllers of global drug trade, and

(ii) mopping money from the poor communities. As prices rise, those who use drugs will have to spend more of their cash on drugs which dries money from poor communities and therby, making them even poorer.

NB: If one wants to appreciate this fact fully, one has no choice, but, to be conversant with Chinese Opium Trade which happend in "ancient times" which modern man/woman has no time for as some do not tire to remind us here.

(b) since the drugs are banned, those allowed to push them, must play by the SET rules.

NB: This calls for an understanding the relationship between drugs and COVERT OPERATIONS in 3rd world. Another ancient history you know which we have no time for in these busy days.

If they start getting BIG HEADED, they are exposed for two things:

(a)tax evasion, and, or
(b) drug running.

NB: Remember Noriega, Nakumatta saga and a ka - bank saga?

This way, the real managers keep FIRM control of the trade by manipulating the emotions of the masses to support FAKE WARS ON DRUGS (off course, using the masses taxes) who have no clue how the game is played.

In other words, these guys are very smart and they have over 200 years of experience of drug trade.

In this sense, the FAKE "war on drugs" must be understood in the above sense and not the way many perceive it.

Anyway, good luck guys in your wars on drugs, corruption and any other war that you may wish to declare in your delusions.

On our part, we will only be requesting for more mursik and popcorn as we enjoy the folly.

Anonymous said...

Don't we have anyone who can challenge this ranebaga guy? When you talk war crimes who comes to mind? Of course Taylor, Kony, Bemba and our very own....

But think about the US and the Iraq occupation - as per the leaked documents, USA committed alot of war crimes against the Iraqis. Will there ever be justice for the Iraqis?

The US then charges Victor Bout for arms trafficking. The paradox is that Bout also used to sell arms to the US during the Iraq occupation....

Anonymous said...

Talk of acquired tastes from Irio, Mutura and Ngwashe to Western Popcorn.

Anyway, the drug trade in Kenya still remains with the coast king pins , Akasha and T.S.S ( Twahir Sheikh Said) family other drug lords are pretenders to the drug trade.

Anonymous said...

@Mwara"N"gethe,
Don't you have a brain/ideas of your own without tagging dead tales? Now Bw popcorns breathe some fresh air and save us your stale references

WEALTH/LAND/TAX/TRADE/WAR/BM/POPCORN

Anonymous said...

Just picked up a discarded note outside the US embassy with the following names: William Kabogo, Mike Mbuvi alias Sonko, Ali Hassan Joho and TSS.

Anonymous said...

You kumekucha or whoever you call your self,why are you so idle that what keeps you busy is discussing other people with malice and propaganda,who pays you.You think you are anonymous.I know you very well and I advice you to stop tarnishing people's names or else the law will soon catch up with you

Joseph Kipkorir said...

you guys keep on hating because you are broke asses with nothing to offer.you are waiting for your last day with nothing in your hands.when you die you will go to hell,because God will ask you what you did and you will say'I was hating on those who were hard working and spread malicious propaganda against them'.Siku za mwizi ni arobaini and I am sure you are like a thief.One day you will be caught and you will remember my advice as a fellow blogger.Utalilia korokoroni.whats wrong with you using this space to do something more objective other than living on envy,jelousy and hatred.When did you know Sonko by the way.did you grow up with him.Am sure he is younger than you.He has worked hard and is now a member of parliament,while at your age,you have no identity,you are still hiding with anonymous labels.Whoever your master is,tell him he is wasting you.

Anonymous said...

wacha wivu.

Anonymous said...

I suspect that this kumekucha guy sells drugs.The police should investigate this blog and its administrator.

Anonymous said...

we know kumekucha ni shoga,na yeye huuza mada ya kulevya kule coast in company of Rateng.The picture on this story was taken in one of their drug taking times.

Anonymous said...

Hon.Mwau is my member of parliament,he is the most generous man I have ever known.He is hardworking and wise.he is not like you or whoever is paying you to write this.You will die poor in the name of peddling rumours against innocent people,who even dont know you.You dont even know them.Have you ever met any of the people you are talking about.Style up.

Anonymous said...

Kipkorir,I agree with you,Chris(kumekucha) and the like are the type of assholes that got into blogging without an agenda.yOU SHOULD GET A LIFE.Stop maligning people's reputation.it will be too expensive to you one day.Think about it.

Anonymous said...

Chris is not in Kenya of course.He is selling drugs in the US.We all know that he has been selling drugs to school children at the coast.He has a reputation of maligning prominent people so that attention shifts from him.

Anonymous said...

You are a hired goon and we know your master.Ushindwe.

Anonymous said...

ati kumekucha,peleka uwazimu wako mbali.dont you have something better to do?

Anonymous said...

by the way,whats your profession mr.Kumekucha,who pays you to malign people like this?or in better terms;how do you earn a living?

Moses J.Onyancha said...

M.Pesa,why don't you declare your wealth.how much money do you have?why dont you respect Sonko because at his age he is busy looking for money and not writing about people like you are doing.How well did you/do you know any of this people.Is it because you wish you were them.They ahve worked hard and succeeded in business.what have you done for us to see?If I were you,instead of hating i will use them as an example to excel.Remember that selling drugs can never make one rich.If you see those who use drugs on TV,you will wake up and know that those who use drugs are the most wreched of the earth;people of your calibre.

Anonymous said...

how will you feel if someone spread malicious propaganda like the ones you are spreading.how will you feel if someone spread falsehoods about you?how will you feel.what you do in the dark will one day be in daylight.Am a blogger like you and I advice you to be responsible.

Anonymous said...

these are frustrations of a lazy desperate and idle blogger.go sell drugs yourself and we will see if you will get rich,you are sick,stupid and ignorant.

Anonymous said...

It appears, the truth hurts, even those that it does not concern! All these 'people' rushing to the defence of there characters

Anonymous said...

Is this blog full of drug addicts? No wonder the likes of Mwara"N"gethe are always high either on Popcorn or Sumerian Crack!

kumekucha said...

It is rather obvious where all the defensive comments here are coming from.

My legal position is that I have named one person in the main post and I have substantial proof to support my post in any court of law in any country in the world.

Having said that the comments area of this blog has quite often in the past carried very negative and untrue statements about the owner of this blog (even in this current post). I have not deleted them or shut down comments and so it would not make much sense for me to delete comments from readers who are throwing in more names of suspected drug barons in government. Especially when most of those comments are fairly accurate and concur with the reports and documents I have seen. This is the Internet and I suggest that those annonymous bloggers writing all manner of threatening comments here look at comments to other stories from different media all over the web. Then they will begin to understand what I mean when I say this is the Internet.

Besides when one chooses to be a public servant they open up their lives to scrutiny, like the kind going on in this blog.

Kumekucha Chris
P.S. Those out to defend certain individuals can start by answering one simple question; what kind of hard work (versus the rest of Kenyan's idleness) enabled the said individuals to make so much money in such a short time? We know how Bill Gates made his money and we certainly know how Sergey Brin and Larry Page (co-founders of Google) made their fortune. Now how did the said characters make their money? Electronics? We have the list of the top electronics importers in Kenya and the said folks are missing from the said lists. Let's get serious about this because I will soon start writing stories here about the damage the drugs business has done to numerous young Kenyans which would quickly cancel any imagined "good" the drugs cash has done.

Finally my life has been threatened before and it doesn't worry me anymore, so don't imagine for a minute I will lose sleep over that, whether or not you know my true identity as you claim. Bring it on!! The era and error of impunity is over in Kenya and what little that is left are kicks of a very dead horse.

Anonymous said...

Well said Chris (clapping my hands and standing up).

Now things are getting INDRESTING (to quote my old Physics teacher). Can you imagine drug lords and their handlers and spin doctors coming to Kumekucha to leave comments talking about hard work?

HEEEEE!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Did anybody notice how quick Raila Odinga's handlers were in getting him to praise the US move to fight drug barons in government and thus distance himself from the murk? Am sure those guys read Kumekucha. INDRESTING. VERY INDRESTING.

Anonymous said...

Hard work my foot? Ask ailing Gerishon Kirima how hard it’s to make one million profit from normal business. I know many other hardworking business wo/men who have toiled from the time we got independence yet they cannot afford to blow millions the way some of these suspicion characters do.

Anonymous said...

you busy body,why dont you take your supposed evidence to the police.You are a bitter man full of envyyour life must be a very pathetic one..You seem to have a lot of time to waste.why dont you mind your own business.

Anonymous said...

Chris or kumekukucha is himself a drug addict.he writes most of these imaginations when he is high.his idle allegations aginst people is a result of drug addiction.pole rafiki.

Anonymous said...

Mwara"N"gethe your silence is very LOUD! Please educate us Lazy KK bloggers on the History of Crack from Sumer to present day.

As the Pide - piper of KK blow your trumpet and make us "High" with abbreviated links.

Keep it Crack no Popcorn please! Go ahead make us dizzy and take this opportunity to pounce from the e -shadows.

Anonymous said...

You don't need to look further for drug pushers. We have one here by the name "Oracle" who also come with names like "Eric", "King Charles" and various anons.
This egomastic loser is a crackhead. Kumekucha is a rehab for him.

Philip said...

Mwarangethe,

Give us insights of what needs to be done to improve our Kenya according to the news that Kenya is importing wheat from US, as written in the link below. There was a time that we were importing food from sandy Egypt who use some of the water coming from highlands in Kenya for farming.

http://www.nation.co.ke/business/news/Kenya%20imports%20wheat%20from%20US%20/-/1006/1056120/-/imi1fh/-/index.html

And just by curiosity, don't you think America will misuse the phrase "Obama an African" to exploit us.

Going back to drugs. All I know is that a generation is being wasted in Mombasa and Malindi. Once in a month CID visits those places to collect money from the people selling those drugs.

Soon and very soon they'll be at the top helm of government and Mungiki will a better devil, talk of FARC-EP in Colombia.

And what was this money laundering through Nakumatt that was once raised in parliament and died immediately? I know most people know what was happening.

And who is behind giving information to Americans. Let me sit down and wish evil will fight with evil and destroy each other and live good to rule.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 2.46 AM aka Mwara"N"gethe hidden as anon, be brave and pounce from the e-shadows oh! Great Owl.

Trying to Malign and mud sling won't help you, you need major detox from Sumerian Crack bro. Remember popcorn rehab won't do you any good.

Arise and pounce like a wounded sumerian warrior!

Anonymous said...

All over the world former police are rarely considered to be overly intelligent, if anything many jokes are traded about the lack of intelligence of policemen.

The Utumishi Kwa Wote jury is still out with regard to the above mentioned sweeping statement.

I will try to issue a rebuttal when and if the weekend clutter on my desk is donwsized.

Try saying the same to the FBI, MI6, MOSSAD, DEA, et al.

Just kidding! Just kidding! They know who they are.
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While we are still at it, I would like to reiterate the fact that people who are rarely considered to be overly intelligent can be found in all professions.

And many are found in one of the oldest professions since the days of Moses - the one who escaped from Egypt - and I will not dare mention the profession lest they throw the book at me when my hour of self-inflicted misfortune draws near.

BTW, 'what say you'?

Guilty Plea from Judge Expected

A vetran federal judge in the United States of America who was arrested after authorities said he tried to buy cocaine and other drugs to use with a striper is expected to plead guilty Friday in Atlanta, Georgia to some of the gun and drug charges he faces.

Senior Judge Jack T. Camp, who was arrested in October,plans to plead quilty at a hearing in the U.S. District court, said his attorney, Bill Morrison.

Morrison would not say whether Camp will resign from the bench. The judge faces four drug-related charges and obe count of possessing firearms while illegally using drugs.
- Associated Press

LOL! The judge would have been asked to "step aside" if he had been one of our own in a country called Kenya.

Muru wa Gacii

Anonymous said...

You guys STOP! Dissing Mwarangethe, the guy is a genius and one of the best Economic brains Kenya will ever have. Mwarangethe we support you, publish your book and silence your critics. I love you mwaaaah!


Mwarangethe's Mistress!

Anonymous said...

@Muru wa Gacii

LOL! He he he ha ha haaaa! Please tell us the book, but the Old Profession that you talk about we are very much aware.

On matters America, we would also like to hear from the KK African -American (Mwara) historian. I wonder where he is? Such tales give him a high!

Anonymous said...

@Anon 4.27 AM

You mean a copy and paste genius? Or you meant to say popcorn addict.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Philip said...
Mwarangethe,

Give us insights of what needs to be done to improve our Kenya according to the news that Kenya is importing wheat from US, as written in the link below. There was a time that we were importing food from sandy Egypt who use some of the water coming from highlands in Kenya for farming.

xxxx

Bwana Philip, it is too late now to do much now cos when Kenyans had a chance to change the course, they chose to do otherwise.

As concerns American so called food exports, Thomas Sankara is better suited to answer this query for he was able to implement his ideas on food.

See his speech where he said, if you wanna see imperialism, look at your plate:

http://is.gd/hpWUD

xxx

"Going back to drugs. All I know is that a generation is being wasted in Mombasa and Malindi. Once in a month CID visits those places to collect money from the people selling those drugs."

xxx

We believe in PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY. By this we mean, the GOK SHOULD HAVE NO ROLE in so called drug wars.

In other words, we OBJECT to any WEALTH CONSFICATION of Wanjiku who must walk to work for lack of matatu fare by crooks calling themselves GOK in their so called war on drugs.

Let FREE MEN and WOMEN make the decision to use or not use drugs.

People who believe their governments should protect them from their own irresponsibility and lack of courage, are SLAVES.

As a matter, it seems to us that, just like Medieval men/women worshipped crooks calling themselves priests, today, we worship statism and politicians.

And, this SLAVISH MENTALITY which then, breeds tyranny, oppression and poverty.

A Pint of Lager and a Packet of Crisps said...

Mwarang'the, Philip, Chris and Co.

Why is this happening in Kenya?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdkhIW3QuVg

Anonymous said...

@Mwarangethe,

You didn't ask for mursik / popcorn, are you on a yo-yo diet dear? All the same continue educating us.


Mwarangethe's mistress

Anonymous said...

Brilliant men turn me on and so I also get hot behind the ears when I see a Mwarangethe comment. But I prefer Chris I like to understand what my men are saying.

Chris' mistress

Anonymous said...

Mwarangethe's mistress, Chris' Mistress all are one person, the same airhead by the names "Oracle", "Eric", "King Charles".

Chris, thank for offering this troubled soul some rehab here in Kumekucha.

Anonymous said...

ANON@ 6:23!!!!!!

I AM NOT A MAN!!! I am certainly not Eric (Do you have a webcam I prove it conclusively (not with my face of course)!!!???

And I am certainly NOT Mwarangethe's mistress. I belong to Chris!!!!

I really tried hard not to include some four letter word in this reply so that my commnet does not get deleted by some ....

Chris' mistress

Anonymous said...

@4:35 AM
One of the oldest 'professions' that I alluded to was the judicial one, and not the other one born of human necessity.

Hence the ancient fear of having the 'book thrown at you' due to inadequate counsel.

Does the Book of Judges induce - ring a bell - some freightening consequences of moral turpitude?
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I hate to admit the fact that a successful life is built by developing the spirit, not the body, and time and matter must always give way to the eternal and to the spiritual, whether we humans like it or not. Ndio!!! Tupende tusipende.

Unfortunately, illegal drugs and the highly sophisticated trade of drug dealing have invaded the islands of Lamu, Malindi, Mombasa and many parts of the coastal area to the point where so many lives, families, homes, careers, businesses and traditional - religious - way of life have been ruptured beyond repair.

There has been an increase in the presence of our distant Spanish speaking black cousins - the foot soldiers from Oronoco - in and around the coastal region. I guess they may be watching out for the overall interests of their untouchable lieutenants.

The area is now dotted with several little spanish speaking enclaves, "Little Bogota" that are very much different from not Pagodas.
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@Kumekucha,
On colluding and corruption, you forget to mention one well known Italian missioanry - name and local community withheld - who used to enter government offices, the Forodha House in Mombasa and Nairobi, freight terminal at Embakasi, KPA, the one time notorious "Long Room" - a den of off-futy customs officers and clearing agents - located some where near the old time Castle Hotel.

He was well liked and known to carry a briefcase full of money, as in bundles of five-hundred-shilling-notes -Kamanyolas- with Mzee Moi's face on them.

Padre's excuse - "slogan" - was always happy are they who get good business in the name of the Lord, as long as no body gets hurt and everybody remains cheerful.

I have nothing personal against him, but the number of construction projects that were unrelated to his community's missionary endeavors speak volumes.
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Anyway, let me get back to the weekend clutter that has yet to be dented before it's too late.

Muru wa Gacii

Anonymous said...

@4:35 AM
One of the oldest 'professions' that I alluded to was the judicial one, and not the other one born of human necessity.

Hence the ancient fear of having the 'book thrown at you' due to inadequate counsel.

Does the Book of Judges induce - ring a bell - some freightening consequences of moral turpitude?
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I hate to admit the fact that a successful life is built by developing the spirit, not the body, and time and matter must always give way to the eternal and to the spiritual, whether we humans like it or not. Ndio!!! Tupende tusipende.

Unfortunately, illegal drugs and the highly sophisticated trade of drug dealing have invaded the islands of Lamu, Malindi, Mombasa and many parts of the coastal area to the point where so many lives, families, homes, careers, businesses and traditional - religious - way of life have been ruptured beyond repair.

There has been an increase in the presence of our distant Spanish speaking black cousins - the foot soldiers from Oronoco - in and around the coastal region. I guess they may be watching out for the overall interests of their untouchable lieutenants.

The area is now dotted with several little spanish speaking enclaves, "Little Bogota" that are very much different from not Pagodas.
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@Kumekucha,
On colluding and corruption, you forget to mention one well known Italian missioanry - name and local community withheld - who used to enter government offices, the Forodha House in Mombasa and Nairobi, freight terminal at Embakasi, KPA, the one time notorious "Long Room" - a den of off-futy customs officers and clearing agents - located some where near the old time Castle Hotel.

He was well liked and known to carry a briefcase full of money, as in bundles of five-hundred-shilling-notes -Kamanyolas- with Mzee Moi's face on them.

Padre's excuse - "slogan" - was always happy are they who get good business in the name of the Lord, as long as no body gets hurt and everybody remains cheerful.

I have nothing personal against him, but the number of construction projects that were unrelated to his community's missionary endeavors speak volumes.
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Anyway, let me get back to the weekend clutter that has yet to be dented before it's too late.

Muru wa Gacii

Anonymous said...

@Chris,
Ati Sergey Brin and Larry Page of Google onc are success stories? Wapi, tell that to don Mwara"N"gethe and he will disabuse you of the lie and even prove that he never uses Google handle but real GOLD, LOL.

Anonymous said...

Seems like someone has real / imaginary beef with me. Blaming me for your misfortunes and trying real hard, and -I- mean-real-HARD! to potray me as "psychotic" through character assasination just won't cut it.

The only suspect that comes to mind is the "N" master - Yes you, am alluding to you. So I will just read the "cries" idly and just turn over and continue sleeping.

As PLO would say .."There is no need to respond to a mosquito bite with a hammer"


The Oracle has Spoken

Anonymous said...

so you know you are psychotic.I am very sure that you will temble when your judgement day comes.and its nigh.

Anonymous said...

Americans and their converts like you know more about drugs.Tell us how much have you consumed today;you junkie?

Anonymous said...

hii time yote wewe hutoa wapi.ama umetuma hao vijana unafanya ushoga nao.Am told you are a homo sexual based in malindi.is it true ama uwongo

Anonymous said...

kibokoni ndio wapi huko,ndiko mashoga wanauza drugs..ama?

Anonymous said...

chris,na hizi mabangi unatoa wapi.you seem to be crazy.I advice you to focus on your own life.or rather give us an idea on how you make money yourself.I have heard allegations that you are a bank robber and the police are looking for you.

Anonymous said...

whoever paid school fees for a crazy dude like you must be regretting now.

Anonymous said...

Its alleged that kumekucha/chris you impregnated your sister.these scandals am hearing about you are too many.as a friend,am getting concerned.

Anonymous said...

i dont know how we are going to rehabilitate you.are you normal.

Anonymous said...

wewe kwanza baba yako ni nani?tell us something about your father fucking your mother.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 11.27 AM

That is uncalled for, don't become like mwarangethe who labelled as with the "N" word once. A little maturity from you would do.

Even Mwarangethe is reforming, he seldom uses Sumer, Idiot, Stupid, Where did you learn that ? And of late has dropped Popcorn and Gold.

But will continue to use useless paper (read $), and abbreviated links, deride the west and still relish in their comfort and ofcourse western references in all world evil.

Anonymous said...

@Anons 11.15AM, 11.19AM, 11.20AM and 11.27 AM

Are you a real crack head? Must be a real junkie! What do have against Chris? Did he touch a raw nerve perhaps?

Your parents must really curse the day you landed on planet earth, seems the swimmers missed their target and hit a rotten egg thats why you were created that way, so don't blame Chris for your woes and being a Junkie.

Mwarang'ethe said...

But will continue to use useless paper (read $), and abbreviated links, deride the west and still relish in their comfort and ofcourse western references in all world evil.

11/19/10 12:47 PM

xxxxx

No, no, people are leaving the USELESS PAPER. The evidence is from the US Mint. Check the sale of silver here:

http://is.gd/hrF1N

NB: Mr Oracle, does the CBK or the GOK have a mint where we can buy silver or gold?

Or, they just print WORTHLESS PAPERS to buy OTHER WORTHLESS PAPERS they call SHARES and BONDS?

XXX

While we discuss our endless "wars" on corruption, drugs and such other delusions, the Chinese Govt. is advising its citizens to buy silver:

http://is.gd/hrFnG


There, u can see what our FUTURE MASTERS are doing as we talk RUBBISH about the number of mps, etc.

You can also see how their "professors" might be "teaching" in AD 2030.

Just remove word USA and put KENYA and the scenario will be the same:

http://is.gd/hrFIr

Anonymous said...

Chris(kumekucha) is a junkie.I was so concerned if a normal person will spend or waste all his time in writing propaganda and creating rumours about people who have made it in life.infact I have found some interesting details about him.Chris(not his true name),who happens to be the administarator of this blog was born out of incest.I have found that the fellow's parents are actually brother and sister.According to the customs of his tribe,he was supposed to die,but instead the grandfather chose to curse his parents;father and father who also double up as uncle and aunt.I think this is the cause of all this confusion in his life.The oracle says that he will die poor.He will spend all his life writing gossip as other people continue progressing.Chris,go to church,style up and be serious.hizi bangi unavuta uwache.am personally willing to bring you to our church.

Anonymous said...

this Chris fellow needs rehabilitation.

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