Friday, March 29, 2013
Uhuru's election valid or not valid? Supreme court retires to decide
Wacha, wacha ma-bosses. Ngoja Supreme Court iamue
A few minutes ago the 6 Supreme court judges retired to write their judgment for a historical case that will be talked about and analyzed for generations to come.
Kumekucha's predictions on the outcome not with standing it is expected that whatever side wins the analysis of the controversial elections will start to flow thick and fast after tomorrow.
It is imperative that Kenyans must first analyze the media which is supposed to the fourth estate but in these elections confirmed that they are nothing more than the press release media. Apart from reproducing press statements word for word and then analyzing them, sometimes the press releases come with cash rewards included in the same envelope to help "oil" the journalists analytical abilities.
There were journalists at Boma and they witnessed the jeering when certain results were announced (long before the final tallying). Nobody has written about that. But I guess it is because that is also hate speech. Writing any truth does that not favour the government side is hate speech and incitement.
It is highly unlikely that you will see any article in the press focusing on the missing fourth estate in these elections. But what you are bound to see a lot of is an analysis of the campaigns. There is no doubt that Jubilee executed an amazing campaign that needs to be studied more closely because fiddling or no fiddling it was one that was hard to beat and that is the truth.
Kenya is holding its' collective breath for tomorrow. Did somebody say it's Easter weekend?