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Thursday, November 28, 2013

2013 Presidential elections were rigged says Carter Center

Recently the Carter Center very quietly released it's explosive report on the March 2013 general elections. A bit late in the day perhaps but does the truth ever grow stale? Even 100 years later?

In publishing this info (which has been ignored by the mainstream media) here, I am well aware of the fact that most of my readers will read this through the short sighted lenses of their party affiliations. This is of course pretty foolish because nobody is sure what kind of affiliations will come together for the next general elections in 2017 and therefore chances are high that your favored candidate who you are yet to identify will suffer the same fate others suffered in March 2013 and lose those elections in mysterious circumstances. What if Alfred Mutua stood for instance?

The scathing Carter report is very specific and detailed on "grey" areas during those mysterious elections and where there were failures that do not augur well for the future of democracy and free and fair elections in Kenya. Read the FULL REPORT.

Sadly this information comes at a time when Kenyans have moved on and would rather discuss ICC issues and other hot political issues of the day.

This is even sadder when you consider the fact that rigging for the 2017 polls has already started on a very large scale. Very clever timing this because nobody is interested in general elections just now. By the time Kenyans start to get interested it will be all over and President Uhuru Kenyatta will be duly re-elected for a second term, Mupende musipende... and the Ruto after that... etc.

In my much acclaimed Intelligence reports I give details of that rigging in progress, especially in areas where JUBILEE did not do too well in the last general elections.

But what should be of even greater interest to Kenyans is how precisely the 2013 presidential elections were rigged (it was done digitally). Interestingly the issues brought up by the Carter centre election observers touch on the core insider information I gave in my book Mystery Monday: Unlocking the 2013 Kenyan presidential polls secrets.

Haven't read the book yet? View comments of those who have read the book HERE.


Anonymous said...


I read the report and could not find any allegations that the elections were rigged.

Could you please point out the specific sections and pages where the Carter Center points out to the massive rigging?

Thanks for you help.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 6:38

Stop wasting Kumekucha's time. Read the article again. Read between the lines.

Or even better tell us where the article says the erections (oops elections) were free and fair.


Anonymous said...

It is so obvious that anon @6:38 is a state agent whose work it is to spin the UN-spinable and turn lies into gospel truth.

Relax guys ako job.

Anonymous said...

You guys are the ones spinning the un-spinnable.

Please point out the specific rigging details, was the simply question I asked.

Again, I want to know in which constituencies and polling stations were affected by the alleged rigging.

9 months after the elections you have yet to provide concrete facts!

Show me the money otherwise STFU!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh!!!!!! The 2013 presidential election was rigged and later ringed in through underhanded digital avenues that were being remote controlled on their way to Bomas - Bombers - of Kenya? Who did the rigging, and who did the ringing?

Anonymous said...


Rigging of the unpresidential elections aside, all I really want in life is to gracefully age into my 60s, 70s, 80s n 90s - when the time comes - and still be as joyous, generous, and service oriented like President Jimmy Carter.

The one term president is a man who is still very much around and fully active in the world affairs decades after his contemporaries have already kicked their rusted/corroded buckets and are resting six-feet deep below the (sur)face of the earth.

By the way, have people thought about or asked themselves whether the outcome of the 2013 presidential election did end up saving the country from a worse political disaster than the prevailing lame duck government due to the trials at the ICC?

The situation could have far worse under the guy who lost the presidential election given the type of men, friends, associates and people that he had surrounded himself with during the whole time he occupied the now defunct and infamous - nusu mkate - prime minister's office.

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