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  1. but the young champion athlete soon forgot his supporters and keen on maintaining the track that took him to the championship, started calling for increased gate fees for entrance into the stadium, he also pushed for vendors to charge higher fees for the water that fans needed to quench their thirst as they watched his championship-winning race, and allowed his team of trainers and advisers to extort money from fans, he also asked the security men to be hard and those that did not sing praises for him…

  2. but the young champion athlete soon forgot his supporters and keen on
    maintaining the track that took him to the championship, started calling
    for increased gate fees for entrance into the stadium, he also pushed
    for vendors to charge higher fees for the water that fans needed to
    quench their thirst as they watched his championship-winning race, and
    allowed his team of trainers and advisers to extort money from fans, he
    also asked the security men to be hard on those that did not sing
    praises for him…

  3. Having achieved a feat of sorts after you helped stop Kethi Kilonzo from running for Senate, its obvious you think you are above every other Kenyan. Kenyans were completely conned in March 4,2013 presidential election. Of course, we do remember those tripple tyrany numbers 111s and 333s. When I asked what they represented given that they were staying unchanged for days , we were quickly given another set of 444s and 888s that lasted untill very close to announcement of results. Of course, as a pretended insider, you can tell us what they stood for! That you are trying to justify election merely won on trickery, is simply despicable to say the least.

    After 2007 rigging fiasco, all indications are that people went on overdrive to create rigging that had all markings of “real thing.” First, we designed a program that would leave the population satisfied, or wallowing in confused doubts. Government must have gone flat out to develop “foolproof” sort of looking results! The first step was to remove former Vp from the scene. Incidentally, he was indeed made a restless foreign minister without formal announcement! He hardly spent a week without long foreign assignments. Then you think of what Adan Duale said in Mombasa a few months before elections about that former VP. In retrospect, you realize schemes to dupe Kenyans started centuries ago! Infact, Kibaki’s decision not to sign benefits for former VP and PM were mere political machinations to reduce the two to irrelevancies once they were “defeated.”

    Another reason to “demote” former VP was that he was too much sinned to be trusted on the matter of ICC. Actually when ICC issues started getting too close to former president, it became a necessity to “form a friendly regime” to take charge. Appointments made even after then DPM had resigned from finance ministry pointed to a well calculated move to promote his “candidacy.” That several senior government officials were from very early on, in the know who was the next president said it all.

    CJ’s entry in to the schemes completed blinding of CORD. They became sure footed once mungiki letters and airport sagas were put on display! The truth is that those were mere false make-believe tactics to ensure that none took to the streets after “results” were annonced. That a candidate who only commanded support in two provinces could lead from start to finish point to a well worked out scheme indeed. That was also meant to prevent people contesting the results too. Knowing very well they had a friend in Supreme Court, CORD never bothered to take any other measures. Anyhow, that was the “bilnd” they were meant to swallow from the very onset! Otherwise, once Supreme Court decided, they had to “respect the judgement and democratic institutions!”

  4. Wow…is this the kind of blather to expect fom an “Opinion Leader”, an advocate of the HCK at that? Is it any wonder we are a country that wrote the book on impunity and corrupt governance….not to mention judicial incompetence?
    This is a silly article that is laced with qualitative and poetic flowerly and subjective prose that almost reflects a desire to curry favor with those in power. Dude…at least mask your brown-nosing.
    You bought into the narrative UK and WR pushed that the 2013 elections were a referundum on Kenya’s sovereignity.
    Memo to Mr. Advocate:
    Your saints are facing charges of crimes against humanity, not at the joke of a court you serve – High Court of Kenya – but at The Hague; a court that is not subject to the manipulation your “young champions”.
    As for bringing “rival fans together”, well that wishful thinking has been belied by the utterances of your counterpart Mr. Ngunyi: That your “young champions” deal ruthlessly with their rivals…something they are well on their way to doing.

    1. and how will you call those who support raila to the hilt and would not hear of any critism leveled against him? is that sycophancy?

      1. Call them what you will, but Mbiuki’s is certainly indicative of the brainwashing and hero-worship attendant to jubilants

  5. This was a race and there had to be a winner, for the winners they celebrated amicably, losers are still condemning, criticizing, etc This are normal human reactions.

    1. winners “celebrated amicably”…what does that even mean?
      i am definitely not condemning the “winners”, i am, however, going to hold them accountable and will not hesitate to call them out when they eff up…and i will readily give them credit when/where credit is due…something they have not earned thus far!!

  6. Thank you for breaking it down for ODM novices and dimwits and perpetual cry babies, failures, and mourners. Both Presidency, Parliamentary and senatorial Speakers seat were won by Jubilee. CORD goons think that elections are won by shouting, throwing stones and heckling and stealing IEBC materials.Cord is now the home for all the political dinausiers and the youth have no chance and they still expect to win in 2017 using a team of exhausted, tired, limping old, dinausiers who will be gasping for breath as they chase votes from the youth.

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