• Ckanyi

    What do Luo council of Elders stand for? Never Mind what the authors of this hatred material stand for.It doesnt matter how much propaganda you unleash, time is ticking off and soon most of you if not all of you will be dreaming of assassination in your sleep.Poleni sana.

  • Korongemulinge

    This post is a polarizing, hatred filled, misinterpretation of facts, political agenda patronage and demonic representation of the reality. I pity anyone who believes this. Really Really pity you

  • Korongemulinge

    When the desperate see no hope and completely for that matter, they deepen in the fields of hate, clouting information and pretense. Reading this post, i am convinced that i will never ever vote for Raila or ODM for that matter. Btw, check your spellings!

  • hehehe.. is this the best one barack muruka could compose? bure kabisa!!!

  • Tiptip

    This article has touched on septic  wounds.Cabal of individuals smoked from their ethnic war brand in the name of KAMATUSA and GEMA are raging with anger .They cannot believe what they consider to be their safe corridor has been hit with precision. I cannot see what is wrong with Kalenjin or Meru or Luo or Kikuyu council of elders as they are formed to promote cultural values.Never again will Kenya survive in ETHNIC WAR BRANDS. 

  • Kayhill C.

    It’s sad that erroneous sentiments continue to spew from Raila’s camp. More saddening is that reputable media channels like Capital FM carries such content, which rightly belongs to gutter press.
    While i detest hate speech, Raila’s camp is practising the same crime it is accusing it’s opponents of perpetrating. The references to Ruto & Uhuru are too direct, hence rendering this message an attack on them rather than telling Kenyans what Raila’s camp intends to do to create employment, reduce poverty, improve infrastructure and curb corruption.
    I’ve observed with dismay the reactive nature of Raila’s camp. They seem to be preoccupied only with discrediting akina Uhunu. If they’re so statemanly, why can’t they stick to issues of national importance? Instead of harping about why we should not elect Ruto or Uhuru, why don’t they reveal the plan they have for taking the country into a middle income state by 2017? My quess is they have not planned. Their attention is focused entirely on where Uhuru is going for his next prayers and other mundane stuff.
    I don’t think RAILA is any better, morally, ethically, or otherwise, than Uhuru or Ruto. Raila himself has a cult following from the Luos. But Luos continue to languish in poverty. CDF funds can’t be accounted for in Langáte where Raila has failed to rid Kenya of its embarrassment that is Kibera slum. If he’s not made any noticeable impact in Langáta, what impact will he make in Kenya? Or, as I recall, he’s running for the top office just to enjoy the trapping of power. Then he’ll walk on red carpets etc.
    Kenyans should be the most critical (thinkers) this year. I’d suggest we throw out all politicians (MPigs) who have been in government before. Let us cause a BALLOT REVOLUTION if we are committed to severing the corruption, & sycophancy that has bedevilled this country until now.
    Raila’s guys are trying desperately to portray him in the best light possible. Yet we know more. Look at what everybody who has worked with Raila says – He’s a power-hungry politician who propagates nepotism, tribalism (recent appointments etc).

  • Njore wa Miriru

    Mr. Nice, would you like to substantiate what you literally mean by
    ‘From the start, Gema has always been a hegemony outfit. It has been an
    exclusivist organization, keen on protecting narrow sectarian interests,
    disguised as community interests, while marginalizing everybody else.’
    Or else shut up and get time to grow up. Such rhetoric has no place in
    our neo-political landscape.  When Luo elders meet it is alright, when
    kaya elders meet it is okay, when Nchuri Ncheke elders meet it is fine..
    but when Gikuyu elders meet, the national cohesion cards are raised!
    What a joke! What a contradiction! Do not remind Kenyans the way your
    camp succeeded in institutionalizing the mafia tag on Gikuyus. Just to
    let you know, progressive minds have no time for such retrogressive
    thinking. Be kind enough to create the time to educate the poor folk in
    your midst on how ways to mitigate it. Your misguided schemes are
    shallow and of no importance to anyone — just put them into a gunia and
    store them under your bed! I am sick to read your article.

  • scanfish

    Typically nonsensical ejaculation from a bunch of perpetual losers on a slippery slope to political oblivion. GEMA and KAMATUSA meetings will go on regardless before morphing into a formidable united political alliance that will sweep all before it. Watch this space and then…meza wembe.