• Francis

    Lord of mercy-who would allow you to write such nonsense as an opinion piece? What does “analysis” of number of pages got anything to do with facts? Have you ever been to any school- i mean i real school where they try to save souls from stupid? With your reasoning i know you would not comprehend that Moses Kuria is/was never employed by the government of Kenya in the office of the Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta.He has an aide whose name you may know-his name is not Kuria unless Sara is also employed by the gov. of Kenya to spew propaganda and garbage at taxpayers expense in the name of response.You balance arguments by number of pages???? Wow .With “youth” like yourself Kenya has no hope.I assure you one thing as one who was/went to same school as Miguna- the boy is intelligent.You/Sara are no match for the man’s intellect-you are cartoons/one dimensional ones/black and white old types compared to one Miguna Miguna.Notice i am not in any place commenting on the veracity of his statements/book.But for the sake of human race leave Miguna’s state of mind alone.Calling him mad only shows what type of people the pm has on his corner-PINHEADS.

    • NATLINDA

      @e5384b54714ae1df4206ed93995b047f:disqus let people speak their minds…..you dont have to read their comments and be abusive…lollest…just read the article and comment…..

  • MR Wanyoike

    My friend Wambugu have you been to school? using “imagine that” as a premise to justify your point?

  • scanfish

    ‘..Reading Miguna‚Äôs book one realises that out of the approximately 500 pages, 300 pages concentrate on Miguna Miguna himself…’

    Wow! What a BRILLIANT revelation and discovery! Is that why the book IS NOT a memoir?

  • As things stand now, there is definitely no dilemma in Miguna’s 60,000 word book. May be those whose conducts have been exposed are caught in that. The permanent impact of these 60,000 words on some of these folks cant be denied. Infact, we are seeing changes in their attitudes already. Am sure you have noticed that high rating fake opinion polls that normally greet us whenever PM is undersiege are already missing. Had they not been regulated, we would be discussing why his numbers are ever high not Miguna’s book. Noticed he literally avoided the press on his return from China? Thats why am tempted to say in most pages of this book, it spews “gospel truth!” The exposure of fakes in this book is stunningly the fine print.

    Miguna Miguna has brought certain issues in focus that are not even challengeable. However, attempts to suggest that he is crazy, are unbelievable malice. And were he to be insane, that could only put more questions on the person of prime minister. The PM of Republic of Kenya cant choose a mad adviser for himself! Unless something is terribly wrong. Needless to say, mental patients have no chance of reaching our leaders.

    Miguna’s book just withdrew the veil that made people not to be quite sure of some of these situations. PM Raila had effectively used the media to misdirect people from his real self. Miguna’s book went along way in to stunningly confirming that hard reality. Furthermore, how do you explain Raila’s continued argument to the effect that those who “opposed” the constitution can not be trusted to implement it? Was there any opposition to new constiotution at all? And what was the genesis of Raila terming VP Kalonzo a watermelon? Were all these things based on true facts, or mere drunken utter confusion? And whats character assassination and can the truth be doubted about the above things at all?

    Kazi Kwa Vijana funds and Maize scams have been in the public domain for eternity. Infact, Wikileaks quoted former American ambasssador as saying that Raila attempted to illegally suspend ministers to conceal his sins. Most Kenyans got the wind. However, they failed to grasp the enormity of the matter. The non-existent opposition to constitution, name calling, lies, etc, were conveniently the only things repeatedly fed on them. The reasons for that were just too obvious. Somebody was certainly manipulating the press. It must be noted that no one tried to suggest that Raila merely “attempted” to suspend ministers. We were only confronted with words like “rescinded!” You dont rescind what was not there in the first place pals! The truth of the matter is that Raila didnt have any shred of power to suspend anybody at all. Needless to say, these are the sickening dramas that we have witnessed over time. Miguna’s clarity on these matters doesnt even require any other word whether pro or against. Those who want to polish patchy political careers with nothing, can keep on doing so. And if smoothening means only insulting, am sure they wont go far. In the circumstances, there is no doubt about whom to believe.