For the first time in Kenyan history all candidates for StateHouse will be subject to a free truth and reconciliation platform to show the country who will make a better Kenyan president in March 2013
This noble cause is sure to play host to such penetrating questions as:
- When is Artur Margayan's book being released?
- Has Kenyan history circa 1963 been told truthfully?
- Name a famous Kenyan land grabber
- Why were Nyayo torture chambers run while you were a senior member of the government?
- What is the tribe of your spouse?
- Where and when did you amass the wealth you have today?
- Who is behind political assassinations in Kenya and why?
- Who funded the YK92 and where are the audited accounts?
- How do you say StateHouse in your opponents mother-tongue?
The search for a leader out of the numerous names of contenders has begun in earnest as 2013 draws closer. Never before has there been such an opportunity for a new breed of leader born after independence to wrest the political control from hands of the old guard who are scared to stand next to a computer.
Totally new faces, preferably dot-com Kenyans who have not been in politics before and can surf the internet can now clearly demonstrate on Television how the GDP of Kenya can overtake Singapore by 2030
The Kenyan voter gladly welcomes this opportunity to question the string of broken promises which overshadow all the other achievements that have been made by the government since 2002 NA BADO