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  1. habz kamann March 19th, 2012 at 10:28 pm

    Thank you CJ.

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  2. maonimaoni March 19th, 2012 at 10:57 pm

    CJ should keep off RAO, there is no impunity or punity issue here! What RAO is pointing out is the naked truth. the courts are part of the problem and in fact inpunity itself. How can u give a rulling based of pure possibilities?

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    1. Maclizholding March 20th, 2012 at 2:22 am

      this is what killed so many people in 2007/8 and rao n his like who think they must rule kenya are at it again to sing stolen kenya is different now n no one should tell kenyan we cant go to court let go there its the law

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  3. Emunyi March 20th, 2012 at 8:05 am

    will the real master of impunity please stand up! Thank you CJ for defending the dignity of the courts!

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  4. Petro March 20th, 2012 at 9:24 am

    previous RAO supporter, and I totally agree with the CJ.  RAO simply hides behind the crowd and masses … that is not leadership, but rather a lack of it.  My take

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  5. Tiptip March 20th, 2012 at 10:26 am

    When the courts make ruling that is aloof , i wonder who will ever tell them.Citizens wanted forthright ruling .
    the court subjected Kenyans to speculation in my honest view CJ may find it hard to defend it.I personally have soft spot for CJ but his latest utterances makes me feel he is intolerant to criticism.Despite RAO’s public spat, i feel that couldn’t have changed anything and it remained an opinion. CJ could have taken it in equal strides.It was indeed tough  judgement but to speculate march 2013 to be the polling date without due regard to the life of the next parliament was justice denied. We still need justice after march 2013 and you will agree with me  this judgement cannot with stand the test of time.I stand to be challenged in these specifics.

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    1. Pratt March 22nd, 2012 at 5:09 pm

      Obviously you dont want your idol to be told the truth! An opinion has to be constructive and backed by law. However, Raila opted to call a court a kangarooo court simply to potray himself as being with the people. He went for an easy chioce. And given that when he unleashed violence on us, he used the same tactics, there was no way he could escape swift condemnation. Raila your idol, lost direction long long time ago. But his tribal supporters in the media have continued to fashion and even try to make him regain his balance. However, am sure now the situation is becoming extremely hopeless. When unprovoked monumental blunder after blunder come calling, you surely get tired of trying to save the situation. Raila’s case has been most amusing. The guy stands on a quicksand but his fast dwindling supporters still thinks he is the “man to beat in 2012!” They dont realise that when he opens his seemingly drunken mouth, millions of votes are tossed away. And with emerging new ways of communication, chances of twisting the truth to suit his fake excuses are totally NIL! Read his paper, The Star, today? It said brothers Ruto and Uhuru are going to support Mudavadi. You know what that means? Its preparation to destroy the little democracy, if any, in Odm. Ground is being prepared to cast Mudavadi as a spy for foreign forces. Thus, undeserrving to challenge the village idol! And remember Raila has never won any contest apart from the child’s play in his luo infested slum constituency. He is dead afraid of Mudavadi!   

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  6. James Kimenju March 20th, 2012 at 10:30 am

    Raila always thinks he has the backing of the public when he makes those utterance that favor his personal ambitions! He should just play safe with his words because his mouth led us to tribal war of which only his mouth could have prevented it by simply conceding to defeat even if it was rigged! There has never been a fair election in any country if Bush rigged, really? He should help unite Kenyans and create a cause for national unity earlier than later…

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  7. Tim Nzuki March 20th, 2012 at 10:31 am

    The CJ is doing his job well…he’s full of integrity unlike the PM..

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    1. mkenya bila kabila March 20th, 2012 at 4:02 pm

      I am  desparetly in need of a leader who will stand for the right of kenyans .by approving that no one is above the law like in industrial countries name a few china. south africa. botswana. Plse vote for kenyans not president.mimi ni mkenya bila kabila.

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  8. Anastacia Mwende March 20th, 2012 at 10:34 am

    I’ve lost respect for the PM and he’ll never have my vote since he’s not a nationalist!! dirty politics is his way of gunning for the top seat….i’ll also not vote for Uhuru or Ruto…it’s time for change for Kenyans…Peter Kenneth or Tuju should lead us..

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  9. Sergon March 20th, 2012 at 10:51 am

    Raila has an option of walking out of the coalition if he really wants the December polls. in fact he should be telling the IEBC the date he will walk out.

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  10. Little Hiti March 20th, 2012 at 11:32 am

    Raila is starting to show the true colors why he is unlikely to be the president. Under pressure, he cracks wide open, and quite a number of his ardent supporters seem to do so.  Ruto and Uhuru are already under due process of international law, no need to explain that the should be jailed, that court is also a free court. 

    The Mudavadi thing is proving a headache, he previous assumption of the guaranteed presidency is fading fast. He also appears to be surrounded by too many nut jobs. Nyong’o, Miguna Miguna, Loius Otieno … this guy just doesn’t make the cut. I guess it takes one nut job to know another, or others. 

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  11. Markos March 20th, 2012 at 2:28 pm

    Dr. the closet wount remain closed for ever, most believe you got sheer amounts of skeletons hidden

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  12. Japolo March 20th, 2012 at 3:50 pm

    Good and timely advice to the PM from CJ! Functioning systems must be respected for a conducive co-existince by all stakeholders.

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  13. Ukweli March 20th, 2012 at 9:50 pm

    Good intervention by the CJ, did not expect it – thought he was a rao man but this shows he is his own man which is good for Kenya. 

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  14. Pratt March 21st, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    Raila has always been a dictator that doesnt tolerate anything thats not in his favor. His history and pronouncements clearly point to that direction. However, armed with very little indeed, he has pretended to be on the side of the people. But thats always off mark since he hardly shows any seriousness in that. This latest outburst on judiciary explains the callous nature of the man. First, it has to be remembered that 2007/8 PEV was brought about by the same same sort of pronouncements. Then that was followed by mass action that turned in to mass murder. Good lot of innocent Kenyans were killed in the process, but Raila never saw the necessity to apologize to the country for visiting it with murder. If anything, to him is just a question of not quarreling with success. After all, a do-nothing prime ministership came calling! That he escaped ICC charges because of his “pinup gal” in the Hague is not in doubt. Nevertheless, he no longer recognizes that. Its actually a feat thats already behind him. If thats indeed the case, time will tell. Raila is man who would do anything not to be upstaged. Now that election date has been announced without him, desperation and ill-will is almost overwhelming. This is the same way he treated the 2007 election results. Knowing pretty well his numerous tribesmen in the media were to go on overdrive once he shouted “stolen win,” he disregarded the courts, actually called them kangaroo courts and embarked on systematic drive to mislead. His purported “win” was not even backed by facts, but mere malicious propaganda. Obviously to win an election there must be figures showing as much. You dont simply wake up one morning and claim figures were inflated in areas that you hardly had any support. And not only that, conclusive evidence has to be there suggesting you actually won. Raila, being master of deceit, failed to live up to these facts. Then he took the shortest route to power. However, when his monumental and murderous blunders are exposed, he tries to cook up childish excuses to cover them. Thats why Raila would say he wanted to have brothers Ruto and Uhuru detained by ICC because they supposedly “mentioned” president Kibaki in their schemes and that “made him furious!” Who will buy that classical nonsense? He only realized that he had thrown away millions of votes and thus, he needed to feign empty “love” for the president! Again, after raising empty objection to election date, he now talks of “budget,” as if buget can be more important than the lives of Kenyans! And preparing a budget is not a big deal anyway. Only that he is trying to venture in areas that he doesnt know!!!!   

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    1. me March 21st, 2012 at 7:22 pm

      “These candidates are dog shit. All we’re doing is picking out the dick that’s going to fuck us.”

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      1. Pratt March 22nd, 2012 at 3:02 pm

        Mind your language pal. If you dont have anything to say silence is golden. All the same, which candidates? Only master of deceit is the issue here! Perhaps, your hopes in him are rapidly diminishing and you want us to go down with you?! Same Raila tricks or what pal? We have learned to be quite awake!!!!

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