Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Why Snake Wanted To Bite Uhuru At Mombasa Church
To be very honest everything seems to be greatly favouring CORD just now. The Supreme court yesterday ordered the recounting of votes in 22 polling stations. This is very significant because considering the fact that they have such a short time in which to make a ruling (it has to be made by Saturday) the court cannot afford to do anything speculative. Meaning that already something of relevance has been discovered which will be made clear when the recount is complete.
Then there is emerging damning evidence about the IEBC computer system being hosted on the same server as those of TNA and that entries of the presidential results were actually being entered into the system by TNA clerks as they came in. I discuss that in my latest raw notes as well as reveal a clear link between Uhuru and the CEO of the computer service provider involved. Watch this video where an expert reveals exactly how it was done.
Still, there are a number of issues linked to Uhuru Kenyatta that point in the opposite direction and seem to suggest that Kenyans should prepare themselves for a Uhuru presidency whatever happens. Very strange things have been happening since Uhuru’s presidential campaign started. Even if you are not a superstitious person and do not believe in God who recognizes the existence of witchcraft, it is hard to argue with a bizarre incident that took place in Mombasa a few days ago. A snake made it’s way through a large church congregation and some of the president elect’s security detail and went straight for Uhuru. It was killed when it was almost about to sink it’s fangs into Uhuru. Reports conflict about how exactly it was killed. Some eyewitnesses claim that it was shot by Uhuru’s bodyguards while the Bishop of the church has an even more bizarre explanation claiming that it was killed by a small boy using a stick and that it was only a “harmless small snake.” The question begs how did the small boy with a stick get so close to the president elect? What was a snake doing in a church? The lady Bishop has an even more out-of-this-world-explanation. She says her church loves nature and is surrounded by all kinds of animals including snakes!!! Her statement to this effect was actually published in the mainstream media.
That snake incident was just a culmination of many other “signs” and “wonders” that have been following Uhuru. Spiritual experts have for instance linked the falling of a Mugumo tree in Nyeri to a Uhuru presidency. Then there was the sensational prophecy by the British pastor who also predicted Kibaki’s ascension to the presidency long before the 2002 general elections. Thomas Manton clearly declared that God had told him that the next president of Kenya, against great odds, was going to be Uhuru.
Most Kenyans think that they know the Jomo Kenyatta story fairly well but actually they don’t. The truth is that Johnstone Kamua (later to be called Jomo Kenyatta) was brought up by the most famous medicine-man in Kenya and beyond in those days called Magana. When Kamau was a nobody orphan struggling to make something out of his life Magana predicted a number of things about his life and his children and generations to follow (revealed in my latest raw notes). One of those predictions looked like it would never come to pass and it is said that Kamau gave up on ever being a great leader as he grew old and instead of being appointed a leader he was arrested and imprisoned for a crime he never committed. Little did he know then that the leadership promised to him by Magana was not too far off in the future. What a story!!
Jubilee die-hards will tell you that history has an uncanny way of repeating itself because Uhuru faced the same predicament in terms of ICC charges for a crime he did not commit shortly before he received his through pass to the presidency. In other words Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta was destined to lead Kenya whatever the odds or obstacles.
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