This month parliament has earned half its paycheck in using the new constitution correctly to reject the process of nominating William Kirwa as new controller of budget. With great power comes great responsibility, and the supreme law maker must now bravely finish the job at hand and boldly drive the message home that the political landscape has changed forever stupid!
Inferior politics characterised by party infighting above national interest will never be capable of washing away Kenyans enormous expectations after the promulgation of August 2010. WanaNICHI know what they want and are determined to get it finally, so there are no 2 ways about it: either we lead the way as custodians of our collective aspirations in guarding the newly passed law or we fail beautifully to rise up to the occassion and instead implement the same document at a slanted and flawed tangent
A new constitution may have entrenched institutionalized governance, but only with great blood sweat and tears will tribal SCOUNDRELS be disabused from playing time tested political games that do not reflect the heart of true reforms in the right direction.Down must go the nominations of Chief Justice, DPP and AG. Kenya boasts an enviable and resourced manpower and inviting the public to submit their candidature for nomination of appointment to the judicial and budget positions will serve to ensure only the best in all aspects get the job
The wind of change blowing across Norther Africa has left behind in its wake a cool breeze floating towards sub-saharan Africa, with Kenyans on social media ( see #Feb28th@twitter) planning a peaceful nationwide strike by singing the national anthem at exactly 1pm on February 28th. Yet another reminder to our MPigs not to delude themselves in thinking the country is as asleep and divided as televised. Remaining hostage to low standard of leadership is no longer an option NA BADO