See also; Uhuru's cabinet
Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has been sworn in as Kenya's 4th President. Boy, what a journey and odessey for Jomo Junior it has been for the last 10 years.
Pity to those who were waiting for sound bites full of heat but bereft of any trace of light. Kids are already rubbing their hands in glee waiting for Samsung laptops as promised by Jubilee. Add that to free Nyayo milk from Brookside and you have a healthy nation.
Instead of parables, Kenyans are better advised to pray for the poor opinion poll president who must be on a suicide watch.
Uhuru finds himself in very good company. Both his mentor ex-President Moi and his predecessor Kibaki could not hide their joy. Clad in smart dark suit with a fitting RED tie, Uhuru politically arrived after his grueling battles with numerous obstacles.
Forget the political tantrum by his opponents who chose to fly to South African to demand refund from their witchdoctors, Uhuru delivered his inaugural speech with authority that made Jomo Senior proud from yonder. A true four-in-one presidency.
The script was so crisp so much so that even Museveni talking on behalf of other guests took a swipe at ICC while congratulating Kenya for showing imperialists the middle finger. What a fitting putdown from an hitherto West's blue eyed-boy.
Sat in the VIP dias coyly listening to the new sheriff in town were the those NOISY envoys who had threatened fire and brimstone. Well, Kenyans call their bluff with a choice and pleasant consequences.
Uhuru has already ordered the KES 6B ear-marked for runoff to be disbused to Youth and Women enterprise funds. If that is not Kusema na Kutenda then what is.
And who said a Kikuyu cannot succeed another as president. The lethal Uhuruto combination has ensured real power is retained strictly between the two tribes with ruling experience.
You cannot afford nor risk experimenting with Kenya leadership. And this time unlike 2002, the transition was flawless and could as well been done in mother tongue. Mtado.