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  1. Avatar Mkindi Noel July 10th, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    True though painfull

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  2. Avatar onyango July 10th, 2013 at 4:34 pm

    yeah. i think both kalonzo and kethi didn’t really look far ahead at what’s at stake. they are also in denial about the true cause of their problem. its a very naive approach, especially in politics, to say that “we should win because we are the good guys, better than them anyway”, and not work strategically to make that happen.

    i’m honestly very surprised at kethi for getting herself caught up in this mess. i expected better judgement and wisdom from her…oh well, we all live and learn.

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  3. Avatar Joshua Ngaatu July 10th, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    She is however, hurt among Jubilee Ethnic Blocks but revered among CORD ethnic blocks..Thats a COLD Fact Mr. Wambugu. Or have you asked Luos, Kambas, Luhyas, Mijikenda e.t.c if they revere her or praise her?

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    1. Avatar Gabby July 11th, 2013 at 3:11 am

      …..’revered among CORD ethnic blocks’…… How do you revere someone or otherwise NOT because of their merit-based qualities deserving of that reverence BUT because the one according that reverence belongs to certain ethnicities? Too much tribalism will harm you……..YOU NEVER SEEM TO DISSOCIATE fact from politics and tribalism – quite sickening…………

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      1. Avatar myn July 11th, 2013 at 9:19 pm

        Kenyan politics is tribal and so was last years elections. You seem not to understand this, or you do and play angel, Jubilee is usually good at that. Empty church worship by day, thievery, thuggery, murder by night. Okay Angels we see you!!!

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        1. Avatar Gabby July 11th, 2013 at 9:44 pm

          That is NOT the issue myn and by the way, playing angel is EXACTLY WHAT you have just alluded Jubilee engages in so succinctly, YOU are confounding in your ‘sense’! If Kethi ‘crosses’ the aisle, then you imagine the so-called ‘revering’ advanced by Joshua Ngaatu, will change hands as well I guess and so you therefore missed the point in my post!! Kenyan politics IS MANY things BUT why bleed to death highlighting the tribal part!

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      2. Avatar Sam July 12th, 2013 at 9:51 am

        Whats ethnic about Kethi and the Makueni issue?

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        1. Avatar Gabby July 12th, 2013 at 10:18 am

          Ask Joshua Ngaatu above at the top of the blog-string. I am dumbfounded by his clinging to his pet subject – TRIBALISM. Myn is of the same mettle and for me I am clear-eyed on the non-association of the two. She lied and was NEVER registered. Simple…..

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    2. Avatar Sam July 12th, 2013 at 9:46 am

      Whats ethnic about Kethi and the Makueni issue?

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  4. Avatar Gathii July 10th, 2013 at 8:19 pm

    Kesho failed in the nursery of politics exams and the good Prof Kibwana was not around to give her a straight A. It is still not clear whether she will sit for supplementary exams or she will be ‘disco-ed’……the Nursery authorities are deliberating…!

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    1. Avatar Gabby July 11th, 2013 at 3:01 am

      She was promoted from that ‘nursery of politics’ by RAO himself when he said ‘leo nimekuja hapa kumpa shahada’ – in other words her graduation into the murky world of politics had been ascertained by the professor himself – seemingly because one of her ducks being in line – ‘manufactured’ acknowledgment slip in the bag, that unit had been passed and it was a cry of ‘next’ but not to be………….

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  5. Avatar waiganjo July 10th, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    For a minute i thought Kethi was her own person, pity that she has fallen into the group think of poor planners and strategists and is being dragged down. She should have taken Uhuru’s path to rise to the top and be patient learn the way of the jungle and then emerge top on the other hand the opposition ie CORD and affiliates need to either poach new talent, re brand themselves or dissolve in totality otherwise they are simply dancing naked in the public

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    1. Avatar william njogu July 11th, 2013 at 3:29 am

      please pray for her, she is ending in kamiti prison. CORD is a phoney organization ready to sacrifice one of its own.

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  6. Avatar Moffah July 11th, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    Kethi should have come srowry srowry…haraka haraka ilikua ya nene? 😀

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  7. Avatar rita July 11th, 2013 at 2:29 pm

    I thought Kethi was bright, but for sure she was mislead. the big question now is, what for is she going to court? For more shame, My dear Kethi. you choose the wrong people to work with. You will only be hurt more !

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  8. Avatar kwekwe July 11th, 2013 at 3:29 pm

    Cord decided to give her a direct nomination, instead of allowing open competition for nomination- if this due diligence was done maybe this situation would not have arisen secondly chest thumping that you have won even before the contest is what is CORD’s biggest undoing both at March 4 th poll and Makueni… Take it from me Kethi is sunk

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  9. Avatar Wuod Jajuok July 11th, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    Well noted, Ngunjiri Wambugu.Time and again, the sodoCORDomites have perfected the art of screwing themselves from behind at every available opportunity!

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    1. Avatar Greenmarshmarrows July 15th, 2013 at 9:20 am

      you have a fascination with the backside?

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  10. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 13th, 2013 at 10:14 am

    Mr. Wambugu may be after realizing that your wagon was not making any headway, you want to carry favors with others. Thats fine as long as we are devoid of moral concerns. However, the matter here was not CORD’s commission or otherwise. Actually your assertions are based on unproven belief that Madam Kethi is not registered. Forgetting that thousands if not millions fail to vote after finding that their names are not the register. Thats a very contested matter indeed. Of course since voting is one day event, Kenyans have not had opportunity to question how somebody who presented himself for registration failed to appear in a register that one has no control over. IEBC has never tried to explain why those names disappear! Their procedure, coated with unacceptable impunity, had been to just turn people away. Without taking any shred of responsibility whatsoever! Some Kenyans are thus denied their right to vote because of one’s failures. Needless to say, over the years only perceived opposition areas found themselves in such helpless but unacceptable situation. A top presidential candidate once found himself in that unlikely situation. That in itself, point to pre-arranged reduction of votes for some candidates while a veneer of legality is rolled out. Thats precisely where this Kethi’s issue lies! Its simply not about CORD or her, but about the emerging relationship between TNA and IEBC. That TNA could claim someone was not registered with certainty while IEBC would ony “try” the matter speaks volumes. And there are no guarantees that there were no document doctoring along the line! With evidence that Kethi’s candidacy was meant to be still-born if not on TNA ticket, Kenyans and CORD fraternity need more convincing than the mere almost threatening bits that are being rolled out. Assuming Kethi was registered and indeed dully nominated to run for senate, how does IEBC recoil after TNA raises that matter with even obvious invention of stolen documents, that the IEBC chairman is not even aware of? Who is in charge IEBC?

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  11. Avatar Dan July 13th, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    Coming week will be a busy one for Kethi and one can imagine ‘certain’ of her friends as CID get down to work!

    1st question: where, when and how did she register?
    2nd: where, when and who gave her the slip?
    3rd: did she tell press she voted and then tell Tribunal she did not vote? Who is lying? And what for?

    4th: since a copy of the voters register was forwarded to the political parties, how could IEBC then delete her name from the register that CORD, WIPER, ODM, Jubilee, TNA and other parties have?

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  12. Avatar ahmed hanad August 10th, 2013 at 2:33 pm

    Cord is in perprtual mourning.

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