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  1. Avatar Anonymous February 3rd, 2012 at 11:31 am

    Oh can Kenyan politicians and senior civil servants learn from this experience? Here in Kenya you can if be convicted and still cling on your seat and blame it on your political enemies who want to kick you out of this and that race

  2. Avatar Nash February 3rd, 2012 at 11:46 am

    He has quit and he didn’t kill anyone?  Are Kenyan ministers reading this or they’re busy criss-crossing the country stirring up ethnic tensions again?  The ICC needs to jail someone to send a strong message on public accountability!

  3. Avatar Jim Kones February 3rd, 2012 at 2:58 pm

    MAUMAU…Mzungu aende ulaya mwafrika apate uhuru.Since when did we become beberus so that we start behaving like them.The problem with us is too much witch hunting which is not found in uk politics.Look at the wiki leaks.The people who are thought to be close to their party leaders are the same who  talk ill of them .Remember what Jim Oerengo said of Tinga, and wiper said of Kyuku presidency.Some will use propaganda to set those in positions so that the guys can resign.Let the person prove innocence in a  court of law without having first to resign.Let us follow our constitution and not what others do.Let others copy our way.


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