• mkenyamzalendo

    A THINK THA YOUNG MAN IS FOCUS TO THE PROBLEM IS THE  BAND AND THA GROUP IS WAT SPOIL IT ALL UHURU RUTO G7 U A GOING NOWHERE 

  • Simon

    Indeed, it is time for a generational change in people’s thinking if we are to move forward as a country. We all need to focus on ways to change our development agenda. 

  • We hear u Eugene……but….its the same old thing we hear before elections…..the only new thing is the packaging!!!!!…..Young generation!…..We need honest leadership; not young or old leadership

  • Latonesha

    Omuami, as long as you stick with Ruto and Uhuru, forget about winning Saboti seat, leave alone the presidency, which is indeed a pipe dream. Style up bwana!

    • Sdoudeu

      Eugene..Eugene!!! Are you in Kenya? You are in the wrong group…A group that personalizes politics.why dont you join reformers we want a great Kenya not tribal groupings and wrangles always.Decamp that group mara moja and be a kenyan we want.

  • mkenyamzalendo

    WAMALWA U A BEST SUITED 4 MP NOT EVEN A SENATOR

  • Anonymous

    If the young Wamalwa has not realized by now that he is being used to divide Luhya votes and non of his friends in G7 think seriously about his presidential ambitions, then he’s got a very serious problem. All who walked with him like Maina Njenga and Jimmy Kibaki realized that he did not have any appeal outside Bukusu land and quickly abadoned him. Jimmy Kibaki was lastly heard rooting for Uhuru.

    The whole strategy is to deny Raila first round win but has he carefully thought through what his role will be during the run-off and after? Does he think Ruto and Uhuru will abandon their ambitions for him? 

    • Fmarlaw

      Aluko,very tribal and fanaticla to Raila

      • Anonymous

        fmarlaw, you have every right to say whatever you want to say but I am terribly saddened by the insincerity among the G7 Alliance leaders. Take for example, Kalonzo Musyoka – VP and Kibaki’s principal assistant – who, instead of getting Kibaki’s endorsement, is being asked to participate in a PNU Alliance primary with Uhuru Kenyatta. In this alliance the ratio of Kikuyus to Kambas is 2:1. Do you think VP can beat Uhuru in such skewed field? When Ruto and Uhuru came back from Hague, political message at Uhuru Park was very clear – “Uhuru for President and Ruto for VP”! There was no room for any other ticket. Kalenjins have told Ruto to his face they are not ready for that arrangement, especially coming immediately after Kibaki presidency. I would not mind Central Province and R/Valley throwing their weight behind Wamalwa or Kalonzo for a change, but all serious thinking Kenyans know it will not happen. If G7 is not considering fielding one candidate (I am for Kalonzo) to face Raila, they should say bye to the presidency until 2017