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  1. Mark Ojuok October 22nd, 2013 at 5:57 pm

    Nonsense, what does Karangi take us for?fools?

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    1. coldtusker October 22nd, 2013 at 6:05 pm

      Yes.

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  2. Gathii October 22nd, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    Yeah, KDF had to take all the Jewellery and cash from the safes to sanitize them back at the barracks to ensure they were free from the Al Shabaab bombs…….With time, the cash and Jewellery will be returned once sanity satin is complete!

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  3. Khalid Amesa October 22nd, 2013 at 6:13 pm

    yaani thz pple think we are babies sio? 42 million babies in kenya? if water ok…And stll not ok they should have their own supplies as millitary caravans do..hio maji pia ina faida kwa mwenye duka..what about the empty beer bottles…still quenching thirst?..mumeiba…kubalini yaishe…those trucks brought to the scene are the same truck that carried the loot…Karangi…you should be more educated than the level you LOWER put youself into…shenz type

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  4. Gathii October 22nd, 2013 at 6:15 pm

    Wow, I didn’t know all the Westgate shops stored water in their safes…..

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  5. MrJagwen October 22nd, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    Danganya toto (Kenyans) jinga….simoni na ndururu. The Westgate Attack seems to have been gavameant atack on its own people to prove some point to aisisi.

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  6. Commission of Inquiry October 22nd, 2013 at 6:26 pm

    when you start admitting ‘abit of water’ was carried away, it is an admission in itself. Am sure KDF has enough boreholes to water the whole country if need be. why tens of bags of ‘mineral water’ or ‘precious minerals’ that dont belong to you or wasnt part of the mission? didnt they cunt how many so that a bill can be sent by nakumatt coz we were told everything was lost in the fire but seems like not the case any more.

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  7. marloow October 22nd, 2013 at 6:56 pm

    What is that expression again: consequences…or is it “our turn to eat”…or “accept and move on”…or maybe it is schadenfreude…
    Whatever the expression de jour is, those Kenyans now wringing their hands and ululating about the sheer incompetence, frankly callousness of those they elected and entrusted to take them into the “digital age” are now witnessing that choices indeed do have consequences…

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  8. Francis October 22nd, 2013 at 8:10 pm

    It is amazing how a Kenyan think- Since the attacks Kenyans at the delight of the terrorists have turned on themselves starting with mps to any talking doll head tv character to chastise their own son/daughters who gave their bodies as shields to save others. To the kenyans and especially mps our solders are “worse” than terrorists. In fact soon terrorists will be the heroes for all kenyans can care.What a pathetic people.Who cares whether water was taken/bread eaten-rotten measured against the deaths of tens of innocent Kenyans.So now water is more important than peoples’ lives? People have asked why it took so long to take control of the mall without realizing that the army took over a “war scene” but were forced to play police: Military do not go to “talk” to enemies/terrorists- they go to wipe them out. In short they would have bombed the place flat and now the loses would be total. But they chose to play police and paid dearly for it.They wanted to save the building and any life they could at the expense of their own. I wish the mps are as mad at terrorists as they seem against their own sons/daughters of the army.When your house catches fire and fire people show up they only come to save lives not your expensive mattress/tv and expensive suits.We need to grow up and stop the nonsense. Businesses will re-open lives lost will never be back.Stop the petty talk and put policies to guarantee safety to all.

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    1. linda October 22nd, 2013 at 8:53 pm

      Tell them Francis. The soldiers were sent there for days without food, can you imagine its neighbor’s that were cooking tea for them? Who would want to join the KDF now after the public mob justice. But wait till something happens and the ‘same internet Moralists’ will scream for KDF to save them.

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      1. marloow October 22nd, 2013 at 10:45 pm

        Spoken or written…make that equivocated like a true Kenyan:
        “the soldiers were sent there for days w/out food..blah…blah..blah..” I thought KDF soldiers are supposed to be professional…above the callousness of “raia”…That they were “sent there for days without food..” whatever that even means does not..should not justify the looting and plundering that was witnessed/evidenced…
        You and your ilk are beginning to sound like white Americans who were quick to lambaste African-Americans for “looting” during Hurricane Kristina but equivocated the “taking of necessary supplies” by (white) folks in Missouri and Kansas during tornados.

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        1. mkaeri October 22nd, 2013 at 11:50 pm

          C’mon we are all over each other hair because a mess that was on our floor was not cleaned up well enough and the floor looks smudged, can we focus on how the mess got on the floor in the first place…KDF were cleaning up NIS and Police mess, and
          who says it wasn’t “water in the bag” after all KDF, NIS, Police,
          Recce, store owners and the media are all Kenyan’s so who do we trust… why it is looking so easy to blame KDF… the media has already given us too many versions and narrations over selected pieces of cctv footage (wish we could see it all)…now they are telling us of helicopters from Dadab and a Wanjiku who’s
          number was on the SIM cards… I doubt this is the last version that will come from their “sources that cannot be named”… and what about when the FBI say it was an electrical fault …eeh?

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        2. linda October 24th, 2013 at 8:57 pm

          I did not justify the looting, Without food, I meant to say that that should have long been taken care of. Then they would not be telling us is water they were carrying. So even white Americans understand that it is morally understandable if one takes necessary supplies. Am happy to hear that. It means rationality still exists in the world. Someone I know picked a trolley and pushed an injured child with it. Is also stolen/looted

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      2. kamau Njoroge October 23rd, 2013 at 12:36 am

        yes from the cameras they really saved us from the terrorist. Did you see how the terrorists were scared and urinating on themselves while the KDF were relaxed and carrying water to put in the tank outside

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        1. linda October 24th, 2013 at 8:50 pm

          I did not say they did, that is past tense I put it in future tense wait till something else happens and I hope the internet bravado will show.

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    2. marloow October 22nd, 2013 at 9:54 pm

      Not really…I think that the terrorists were already onto the dysfunction and division that is and has been Kenya…they just capitalized on it.
      The president’s claim that we should fear “external threats” while we hack one another to death…or behead one another over kshs. 50 is disingenuous and misleading.
      To paraphrase Uhuru’s own father re: institution of tribalism as a way of governing Kenya:
      Kenya should clean its house and tribal relationships first before accusing others of threatening our safety..

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    3. kamau Njoroge October 23rd, 2013 at 12:32 am

      This will bury Kenya. i cant even believe this is something in someone with any common sense. We are a shame shame shame. This is as a result of nepotism i hiring and promoting people who don’t deserve it. We will pay the price until we one day will learn. Seems its not yet enough. As for paper bags brigade go on. For sure your image is still the same. There was a lot of water being supplied outside by poor samaritans who loved there country. How come the water with smoked matresses was sweeter to carry home and in paperbags. sometimes power can make you think other people are fools or babies to play with there minds. How did we find ourself here. God help us. We are even blind such that we cant see. This must be the end of the world

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  9. kamau Njoroge October 23rd, 2013 at 12:38 am

    i cant believe someone still has a job

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  10. Joe Mugo October 23rd, 2013 at 8:04 am

    Bottles of water indeed ! What a shameless, cheap and lame attempt to cover up. Please, credit us with some intelligence.

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  11. Mazzdark October 23rd, 2013 at 11:03 am

    TIme to go, short stuff!

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  12. jack thomas October 23rd, 2013 at 11:26 am

    so they were told to quench their thirst with… $..,ksh…, jewellery…phones and expensive wines they only see on TV SHAME ON YOH!!!!

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  13. xris. October 23rd, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    Okay Karangi, here’s the thing, ” it’s better to keep your mouth shut & have people wonder IF you’re a fool, than to open it & REMOVE all doubt” If your mboyz were so thirsty, how come NOT a single one of them was seen drinking that water !?

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  14. KDF Somali victam October 23rd, 2013 at 4:36 pm

    Now it is good, because we are sharing the KDF problem! In Kismayo they do that daily and Kenyan gov denies repeatedly, they also kill any one and say they were al-shabaabs.

    in Westgate they do their best because they carry only with plastic bags, in Kismayo they carry on big trucks.
    thanks to the CCTV .

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    1. benja October 24th, 2013 at 3:06 pm

      Now we understand

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  15. Abdi Hassan October 23rd, 2013 at 9:04 pm

    Yest,absolutely they are carrying water bottles, they carry Water bottles in Somalia too when they come out any building they sanitize.

    they also crack the savings to check whether any terrorist is in side the Money, they take they take the jewelries in sanitize in their Baracks.

    KDF good guys continue the hard work for the country.

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  16. doremi November 12th, 2013 at 11:32 pm

    Are they man mermaids, can’t do without water.

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