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Monday, January 13, 2014

The Most Expensive Slap in The History of Kenya

Moments before the most expensive slap in history

Negotiations for a settlement between two Nairobi leaders, Governor Evans Kidero and Women's rep Rachel Shebesh is proving elusive. How much is fair compensation for being slapped on national TV and then made fun of on social media? It has to be a lot of money but the figures being thrown around as settlement that Shebesh has so far rejected from Kidero is mind boggling. Sources have told this blogger that a generous double digit million was offered agreed on and then later turned down. Controversial blogger Robert Alai claims in a recent update on social media that 100 million has been offered and rejected. When I first read this figure I immediately dismissed it and then to my utter shock was informed by an impeccable source that it may be true because Shebesh initially demanded Kshs 150 million. But even more interesting is the fact that other people have also offered Shebesh money to go to court (names with-held but get more info for FREE HERE)

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Actually even if the good governor does not pay a single cent in compensation (highly unlikely) the cash he has already spent so far from minutes after his hand landed on the soft cheeks of the attractive women's rep is pretty high. Getting lawyers to run around filing those injunctions is not cheap, and this has not been the only expense. I would imagine that he deeply regrets his actions which when this saga is finally concluded will be extremely high. How high is anybody's guess because assuming that the case goes to trial and Kidero is convicted he will lose his seat as governor. How much money is that worth? It is also highly likely that Shebesh will then follow up by suing him for a hefty amount in court. When you do the sums and include what the governor spent on his election campaign that figure is definitely over 500 million. That makes this particular slap undoubtedly the most expensive one in the history of the banana republic.

Sober minded neutral Kenyans will not fail to sympathize with the governor. More so because the man has many enemies including extremely powerful shadowy figures (names with-held but get this info for FREE HERE) who have been putting immense pressure on him to approve a highrise building expansion that this blogger has labelled a lunatic's project which will endanger the lives of Kenyans. And then there is the fact that where the man comes from slapping women is no big deal in fact there are certain customs that involve the thorough beating of widows on the night they are inherited by their late husband's relative.

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why can't the honourable Women's rep just accept a settlement from the desperate senator by turning the other cheek after a ton of money has been wired into her offshore account if any?

Anonymous said...

Shebesh is looking for something hotter than cash. Maybe the governor can give her in a private deal.

Anonymous said...

Kidero should have known better and taken necessary steps to avoid stooping to the level of political shenanigans that are known to have become the modus operandi of an individual who may end up becoming his nemesis for the remainder of his days in office.

The governor is very much aware of the fact that if the pending case against him is not withdrawn any time soon, he may end up being politically toasted regardless of whichever way or whatever ways his damage control crew tries to put out the flames with the agenda of rebuilding his already bloodied persona.

It's only time that will tell whether the governor will be able to move past the current political fiasco and a major personal mishap, regardless of whether he has any aspirations for reelection in 2017 as well as higher political office thereafter.

Anonymous said...

Sounds so cliché but revenge is a dish best served or eaten cold, and no body knows the old saying better than one in the person of Shebesh after she was assaulted, humiliated and demeaned, and worst of all it was captured on camera for public consumption as well as providing fodder for the court of public opinion.

The open handed slapping incident as seen on camera must have left her with a very sour taste in her mouth and on her mind, that is why it is not difficult to see why she has remained overwhelmed with feelings of political-cum-personal revenge, call it justice, against her assailant.

All things taken into account, it is still hoped that the women's representative will agree to engage in a negotiated settlement and later accept the olive branch that has been extended to her by a governor who stands to lose more than his current office and any other political dreams he may have had for the future.

Otherwise, a punishment that is considered to be morally right and fully deserved will have to be dished out to all parties that were involved in disturbing the peace at city hall, should all efforts at an out of court settlement fail to be reached.

In the meantime, Kedero has no one to blame but himself for having violated a basic law that prohibits a person from engaging in an act of making physical contact or harm to another person, whether or not actual harm is done.

Anonymous said...

The current governor of Nairobi will from now on be thoroughly identified as a governor who hit a women's representative in the heat of the moment. The question is whether the electorate offer him a second chance, or whether they will have forgotten all about it by the time they head out to the polls in 2017?

Anonymous said...

Chris,

Can Kidero survive the legal and political onslaught being ratcheted up by his predatory opponents, perceived enemies and fence sitters?

His camp must be busy praying and hoping that the more planners continue to plan - against their main man - from behind the political scenes the more plans will fail sooner than later.

Anonymous said...

The powers that be may end up prevailing over Governor Evans Kidero and Women's rep Rachel Shebesh to pursue negotiations for a quick settlement so that they can move on and attend to the official business of the Nairobi and on behalf of the people who employed them in the first place.

Anonymous said...

There are those in our midst who know where they live and they are very much proud of where live, be it in Komarock, Kayole, Math[are], Dagoretti, Riruta Sat, Dandora, Kangemi, Uthiru, Kawangware, Makongeni, Embakasi, or elsewhere in the city of Nairobi.

Nairobians who reside in the above mentioned areas of the city have always been mistaken for being chronically wimpy personalities, less ambitious, uneducated, uncultured, but the reality of their financially challenged existence is simply lack of political and civic leadership as well as identifying and tapping into their own resources.

Therefore, the most expensive slap in the history of Kenya will hopefully shock and end up galvanizing Nairobians to stop tolerating any conduct unbecoming a public servant regardless of the office they may hold.

And the most expensive slap ever delivered in the history of Kenya should make Nairobians look at the governor and all other public servants in a different way, hold them accountable and put their feet to the fire whenever they fail them.

Otherwise, the arrogant and non-performing public servants will continue to view Nairobians as chronically weak and cowardly bunch of people who cannot dare articulate issues that affect them and demand basic services from the governor and city of Nairobi in the course of very calendar year.

Anonymous said...

There are those in our midst who know where they live and they are very much proud of where live, be it in Komarock, Kayole, Math[are], Dagoretti, Riruta Sat, Dandora, Kangemi, Uthiru, Kawangware, Makongeni, Embakasi, or elsewhere in the city of Nairobi.

Nairobians who reside in the above mentioned areas of the city have always been mistaken for being chronically wimpy personalities, less ambitious, uneducated, uncultured, but the reality of their financially challenged existence is simply lack of political and civic leadership as well as identifying and tapping into their own resources.

Therefore, the most expensive slap in the history of Kenya will hopefully shock and end up galvanizing Nairobians to stop tolerating any conduct unbecoming a public servant regardless of the office they may hold.

And the most expensive slap ever delivered in the history of Kenya should make Nairobians look at the governor and all other public servants in a different way, hold them accountable and put their feet to the fire whenever they fail them.

Otherwise, the arrogant and non-performing public servants will continue to view Nairobians as chronically weak and cowardly bunch of people who cannot dare articulate issues that affect them and demand basic services from the governor and city of Nairobi in the course of very calendar year.

Anonymous said...

Divine intervention may end up enabling Kidero to make a remarkable move from attention to his own current quagmire to attention to more pressing issues around him and matters of upgrading governance for the common good of a city that is still lagging thirty years behind in 2014.

The public slapping of Shbesh got so many people talking. Some of them were heard asking, how dare he slap a woman, especially an elected official? Who does he think he is? Why did he behave like the wannabe colonial district officers, district commissioners or provincial commissioners from the Nyayo's despotic era? Has he forgotten the obvious differences between being a humble public servant in charge of the nation's capital versus an executive director remotely controlling sugar plantations from a long distant - seated in an ivory tower?

While others were heard cheering loudly that, it's high time her big mouth was shut-up and her ever bloated ego cut down to size. She had it coming! She got her just desserts. She thought she could got away with it in the same manner she did after storming the IBEC office. Let her live learn. What was she thinking?

Although, Shebesh is still smarting and has remained perpetually angry, resentful and fuming over the public humiliation at Kidero's hand, the two of them may need to reconcile as soon as possible, then consider getting professional help by contacting the self-styled professional gurus of anger management in to avoid being politically doomed after 2017.

Wishing them all the best of luck.

Anonymous said...

Kuna kula na kulipa, na kuna kuchapa na kulipa. Let credit be given where it's due. Shebesh is one very industrious daughter of the land, she took what was a bad moment with negative political implications and turned it into an opportunity loaded with a windfall. Hence, chapa na kulipa is one expensive lesson that will deter similar cases from occurring in future.

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