President Kibaki finally put his house in order.Well,Kenyans are far ahead of their leaders and were not fooled by Tuesday's cleverly crafted press conference and stage managed photo op disguised as smart give and take politics.Make no mistake,H.E.had painted himself into a corner that left no option but to beat a hasty retreat in order to save his face from an inevitable egg plastering.Just imagine the combined embarrassment of swallowing pie in public with the inevitable rulings from the constitutional court favouring the same verdict as Parliament, AG Wako, CJ and High Court.What would he have done then?We may find out come the next inevitable constitutional deadlock thanks to his cabal of advisors, PNU allies and ODM rebel MPs
What a shame to his close croonie advisors? This cartel of stubborn elderly elitist never miss an opportunity to try and introduce primitive style old leadership schemes and gimmicks through the back door. Once again their bad decision has cost PORK humiliation in the just concluded nominations row.Throw PNU allies and ODM rebel MPs into the mix and the picture slowly starts to emerges of a posse out to advance their selfish causes with the singular result of constantly undressing the emperor leaving him naked. Well, after December 2007 and August 2010 Kenya will never be the same again and it is no longer business as usual.Kenya is now anchored on a NEW CONSTITUTION and no amount of political TANTRUMS will derail our determined march towards realizing a truly united and prosperous country.
Let TRUE leadership lead from the front and by example;the 2 principals the Prime Minister and the duly elected must be alone so that BOTH may take charge of not just the nominations process but the entire remainder of implementing the new constitution.The national expectation now is that our leaders will stop politiking and listen to the nation's pulse by allowing only the Prime Minister and President to read from the same script so that the current scenario of constitutional deadlocks will not keep repeating itself.Parliament and the house speaker should not be required to keep on adjudicating political stalemates between the 2 principals while Kenyans continue to be robbed of their peace and subjected to permanent tensions.God bless Kenya