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  1. Avatar Mazzdark May 25th, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    Judge Uhuru on his own merit, Don’t mind if i do: Budget ‘typing errors’, arrogance, eliminating Mungiki youth, Crimes against Humanity……need we go on?

  2. Avatar Wyllychy May 25th, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    hehehe.umejivalia ngozi ya kondooo

    1. Avatar Jeancarol May 29th, 2012 at 9:07 pm

       I dont believe mature people can say such things.  Uhuru just like you has a past. He didnt chose where he was borne. Being vulgar doesnt change the fact that UK is a force to reckon with and he’s the future for Kenya!!!!!!

  3. Avatar Jngunjirinrsnv May 25th, 2012 at 6:17 pm

    Many politicians in Kenya have made so many errors and are arrogant, if we have to go by Mazddark’s views.From the “mightiest” in politics to “lightiest”, so this is not the criteria to judge the DPM’s merit. As Kenyans we need to shed off some of this odd notions and be focused to steer our county ahead.

    1. Avatar Mazzdark May 25th, 2012 at 7:38 pm

      Just focus on the one who asked to be judged on his own merit, worry not about others…..

  4. Avatar MRC May 25th, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    Lmao! Uhuru if you want your father to rest in peace then correct what your father did. Until today, pwani is suffering because of your father’s rule and his successor moi who endorsed you remember?

  5. Avatar MRC May 25th, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    You think we don’t know of the beach plots your family stole in the coast?

  6. Avatar Jngunjirinrsnv May 25th, 2012 at 6:42 pm

    This is history, and we learn history so that we may know what happened in the past so that we may be able to copy some of the good things that were done and also to rectify those bad things that were done as well. If the beach plots were stollen, then they are more likely to be returned back thus rectifying the past mistakes! 

  7. Avatar edward nyakeri May 25th, 2012 at 11:53 pm

    Mto to wa nyoka ni nyoka with same poison

  8. Avatar edward nyakeri May 25th, 2012 at 11:56 pm

    Mtoto wa nyoka ni nyoka

  9. Avatar edward nyakeri May 25th, 2012 at 11:58 pm

    Mtoto wa nyoka ni nyoka with same poisonous fangs need to stay away…………..!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Avatar anonymous May 26th, 2012 at 3:53 am

    UK thinks he can fool people..”do not judge me on my dad records” what has UK done to prove himself otherwise?
    For UK to become a viable candidate for the top seat he must give back all the land their family acquired illegally, ICC involment is a good picture about UK characters, and many more. UK should be wise because he cannot rule the same humanity he wanted to destroy! 

  11. Avatar Baraza May 26th, 2012 at 8:25 am

    He got a point.Obama father was a drunkard and useless economist but americans gave obama a chance but he failed .Live uhuru.His father was a great leader.Travel Africa and you will Known what am talking about

  12. Avatar Pratt May 26th, 2012 at 9:42 am

    Brother Hon. Uhuru should avoid making the same mistakes made by merchants of deceit. You dont bring issues on board that are likely to plant mines on your way. Late president Kenyatta might have had his own weaknesses, but certainly, he was our unmatched father of the nation and independence hero. And without him, Uhuru Kenyatta wont be in the scene at all. He should therefore, pursue his politics without introducing items that dont serve any purpose at all. I have followed Uhuru Kenyatta’s pronouncements very carefully. However, there are lingering doubts that his script is rooted in sincerity. Since 2005 when Uhuru joined forces with opposition to reject constitution, the brother has shown serious signs of self importance. Remember he walked away from his folks in opposistion then with very flimsy excuses. His dealings with brother Hon. Ruto and VP Kalonzo have had to face that silent “am richer so just keep in tow!” Thats certainly not the sort of inclusive leadership he is talking about! Uhuru, since the ICC saga started, has certainly sought the comfort of his “big” tribe and pretentiously went about as though that was pretty normal. That has somehow led him unwittingly to confirm Ocampo’s accusations. The 2 million Gema signatures were another self-planted landmines on his way. Why not signatures from the whole country? To be believed and taken seriously, you have to show true signs of inclusive leadership. Need we add that, since the fake opinion polls started setting him up for defeat, he has cearly swallowed them with gusto. Indications are already there suggesting that he believes propaganda from merchants of deceit more than sincerity of his brothers in G7. Infact, his near fallout with VP Kalonzo was because of his trust in deceitful propaganda. That he feels the presidency is his for taking is not in doubt. However, thats deceptive as far as other Kenyans are concerned. Kibaki factor starkly stands against him! I dont even want to talk of historical injustices that dont carry well with me. Uhuru and his folks in G7 must understand that things are far from clear. Anything could happen. Am sure they havent reckoned with a situation whereby PM Raila decidely yells Mudavadi “tosha!” and the whole equation changes dramatically. Even a Satitoti “tosha” would cause alot of problems. Uhuru should thus show humility and stick to core issues. Kenyatta senior has been accused of alot things. Among them land grabbing. But does that hold any water at all? Kenyatta whenever he acquired land, bought it from those who had instruments for there was no other way. He couldnt have bought same from nearby folks who claimed ownership
    without papers!   

  13. Avatar Juma May 26th, 2012 at 11:25 am

    My advise to Uhuru is do not take the ICC case lightly (Of course u r not!). Your Presidency would certainly change the way our country is run. During the 2007/2008 we saw a leader going out to cool the temperatures, not whipping up the crowd to more frenzy.

    Uhuru and like minded leaders played a major role in getting us the right constitution of which we are proud. 

    Need not ask what Uhuru can do for you, Ask what can I do to support Uhuru and we shall reap the benefit of a great leader!!

  14. Avatar gitonga May 26th, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    uhuru for president?kenya must be a laughing stock even to fourth world countries


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