• lukati Abunyiwa

    Why
    must we keep talking about voting? Why must we remind Kenyans, that we
    won’t vote? Some say, let us move on. Does moving on mean we cannot
    discuss the past? Why did Mohammed Ali do Jicho Pevu about Saitoti, even
    after the inquiry finalized its report? And yes, they did a better job
    than the Comission. Why did they not just move on?

    Moving on,
    without knowing the truth is dangerous. We do not know many truths about
    the last election. But we know it was compromised, courtesy of the CORD
    petition.

    If you have moved on, do so. For me, i have decided
    to keep reminding Kenyans, that our system cannot support free and fair
    elections

    • Francis Gaya

      Abunyiwa I hear you and would also ask the same , cause I know we learn from our past mistakes , so forgetting and moving on will not help us get the 2030 goal, I don´t live in Kenya but I´ve just spent 11months traveling in Kenya , I would say little has been done about Corruption, injustice, greed. The real causes of the grinding poverty in our province is not the lack
      of investments and “localized brain drain”, but the corruption and grave acts of
      injustice committed by our home-grown politicians.Because of corruption, some investors had to quit even before they could start operations..I am afraid that our eyes are bigger than our stomachs, and that we have
      more curiosity than understanding. We grasp at everything, but catch
      nothing except wind. trust our institutions that we will never , cause with money I saw you could get away with even murders. so we have to fight Corruption, Injustice, and Greed to make kenya a better place for investments and investors

      • Ked

        See how a Kenyan woman became a millionaire by buying and selling
        accidented cars, Very interesting. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the
        various methods and companies she used (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). Wake up
        Kenyans

    • Filila Limogotyo

      I hear you man. I am proud to be Kenyan, every one has his space.

    • Ked

      just See how a Kenyan woman became a millionaire by buying and selling
      accidented cars, Very interesting. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the
      various methods and companies she used (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). Wake up
      Kenyans

  • lukati Abunyiwa

    We dont trust our institutions

    • Ked

      Did you See how a Kenyan woman became a millionaire by buying and selling
      accidented cars, Very interesting. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the
      various methods and companies she used (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). Wake up
      Kenyans

  • shalom

    Thank you Kibati, the country needs to focus ahead and as much as we may cry the future is waiting for us. Iam reminded that if you focus on the past say 5 years then after 5yrs you will be 10yrs behind and that is what most Kenyans aught to overcome. Surely we’ve lived 1963 and 70s for too long. Fresh ideas and mind shift will take us far. Otherwise let’s avoid getting stuck in the past.

  • Gabby

    He should have listed the MDGs then ticked those already achieved and for those waiting to be achieved, he should have given percentages to see how far they are yet at attaining completion. That way, the article could be deemed comprehensive……..

    • Ked

      See how a Kenyan woman became a millionaire by buying and selling
      accidented cars, Very interesting. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the
      various methods and companies she used (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). Wake up
      Kenyans

  • Lipo

    This Mugo Kibati is part and parcel of the Hegemony, I have listened to him carefully and he reels with utmost tribal bigotry. Why hasn’t he championed anything in other parts of the country. If he wants us to believe him and his vision 2030, he needs to get out of Nairobi and do something outside of Nrb and its environs…these peeps will be dismantled one DAY

  • Ked

    See how a Kenyan woman became a millionaire by buying and selling
    accidented cars, Very interesting. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the
    various methods and companies she used (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). Wake up
    Kenyans