• Dan Kinuthia.

    I was about to send him a mail and ask when,  if at all  he wanted to, well I took too long, I tell you my vote is yours FINAL.

    • Malaenge

      Kinuthia u don’t understand Kenya’s politics

      • Deethuku

        In Kenya, its all about money, that’s your ticket to power, the most successful businessman in the society portrays an image that tends to show like in power they can reciprocate it for the electorate. A businessman will always be one, instead of representing they go doing business with our live’s at our expense, that’s Kenya’s politics. 

  • Livid

    Finally! Democracy comes to Luo Nyanza! Unless Luos want to preach water and continue drinking wine.

    • Livid. Tuju is a Kenyan who has expressed interest to become president of Kenya. What then is this stupid Luo Nyanza thing you are talking about? Is Tuju equal to democracy in Luo Nyanza? Is your comment useful to yourself, let alone anybody else? BURE KABISA!!!

      • Dan Kinuthia.

        Thanks, ebu tell them to shake it off this guy has mileage watch him.

    • anonymous

      When will democracy come to Central? Unless Kikuyus want to preach water and continue drinking wine. Must the Kenyatta family run Kenya forever.

      • Livid

        Since independence, Central has given its highest vote to the Kenyatta, Matiba then Kibaki – none of whom are related. Uhuru Kenyatta got 30% of Kikuyu vote in 2002 with Kibaki getting the rest.

        Rift Valley broke off the 40-year Moi dynasty thanks to Ruto

        Since independence (50 years), Luo Nyanza has followed one family. Yaani Odingaism.

        • Dan Kinuthia.

          Whats with Luo’s when will they get it? I tell you what guys don’t vote for him just don’t rest of Kenya will then you will know who has a problem. They dismissed Obama just the same way they are trying when a brother expressed his right.

          • Me Myself & I

            Dan, you are really vouching for Tuju. But here is a little secret: The many people who are excited about Tuju’s aspiration were not or have no intention for voting for Raila….That means Raila looses NOTHING!
            Tuju may mess up for other candidates-if he manages to get substantial votes & assuming he’s not a G7 project-but he won’t alter Raila’s simply because his candidature has been received very well by those who weren’t going to vote for Raila in the 1st place. So nothing changes!

        • anonymous

          You said “Uhuru Kenyatta got 30% of Kikuyu vote in 2002 with Kibaki getting the rest” This is a plain lie. Where did you get this statistics from? You are pushing an evil agenda with lies.

    • when u say Luo Nyanza, what do u mean? democracy? show evidence of its absence, we live in a super democratic world 

  • Anonymous

     Had rather hear him speak about his ambitious selling point than listen to any of the other politicians!He sounds fresh and independent!

  • Met him once and he was extremely arrogant! Full of himself..humility as a leader is key

    • Dan Kinuthia.

      Really sorry about that, I am sure you wouldn’t go embracing any stranger Yori, on the other hand for him he is a public figure, well first time impression handed you that, but I believe it wasn’t intentional trust me.

      • Dan Kinuthia.

        I met him and we used same elevator, but simply because he is Tuju what business do I have to say hi and expect him to respond? what if I din’t meet him? don’t we behave the same way ourselves? prove me wrong don’t we snob once in a while? we later ask ourselves why we did it?. We can make him change and the points you are putting across will change him, meet him nxt tym at IPS building and he will even shake your hand trust me

        • Why should he shake my hand simply coz he wants my vote?! Then after i give him he goes back to his pompous self?

          • Amt_87

            looks like tuju forgot to tip yori! lol. someone’s feelings were hurt! your personal ONE TIME experience and personal issues with him says nothing about his ability to lead.

      • Sorry to disappoint you but it was not an elevator meeting. It was long enough for me to judge the character..and believe me I am good at it.

        • Livid

          Can you produce any proof of your impeccable judgement record?

    • Dito

      For once, I have agreed with you….This man is sooo full of himself! There is nothing humble about him-& there’s nothing presidential about him.
      *Dan, even those who have known him for a million years know he is full of it!!!!

  • I have a lot of respect for this great Kenyan, we should rally behind such Great sons who can put their jobs and career on the line and rise above tribalism, Kikuyus lets emulate him and demystify the tag ati we can not vote for a non Kikuyu

  • I have a lot of respect for this great Kenyan, we should rally behind such Great sons who can put their jobs and career on the line and rise above tribalism, Kikuyus lets emulate him and demystify the tag ati we can not vote for a non Kikuyu

  • Why hide this a UDF product

  • Umoja

    Tuju, i have been waiting thorough out my adult life for what you have said today and i know without any doubts if what you have mentioned become practicle no doubts kenya will never be the same again. We have waisted so much land in the name of small scale farming which we can not feed ourselves for a single season.Is better number farmers who can feed the whole country than what we have today. This also would reduce the price of food by over 80%. the rest of citizens can go to other fields. Even cleaning the streets as long as it has security.

  • umoja

    I’m from mount kenya region and you can count on my vote.

  • umoja

    I’m from mt kenya region but what you have said i ask you to count on my vote.

  • Hatari

    so tuju wants to be prezzo? (must be a slow news day)
     so does bifoli wakoli 

  • Pmukusu

    Tuju is a man to beat. Let’s all vote him in and discard the current crop of politicians. I would give him my vote straight away without caring which tribe he comes from. He sounds fresh and different. Go Tuju!

  • i don’t mind voting for him, he has a presidential swagger unlike many of his rivals.

  • i don’t mind voting for him, he has a presidential swagger unlike many of his rivals.

  • Dennisanthonywere

    boss,yes u can but u re much bst for Governorship,coz u ve the quality of governing

  • Dennisanthonywere

    boss,yes u can but u re much bst for Governorship,coz u ve the quality of governing

  • Dan okal

    It is so comical! President Tuju? give me a break! But what the hell! Dreaming is for free,you are allowed to embarass yourself.

    • Anantpanchmatia

      He must be joking. Remember Orengo 1 vote in presidential try.

  • Martin Obongita

    There is more to life than politics for it is but a passing cloud.

  • Ndwara

    It is good to dream. In fact so many should come out. For some time i thought everybody should vie for presidency.

  • odm faithful

    Fact.its ur right to express ur view,he he
    Fact its very comical coming from sm1 we purpote has been advising the sitting president & see the mess we r facing until now,egdrought ,high fuel prices,hoarding of sugar,poor healthcare system,unpaid taxes my m.ps,. just to mention a few.
    Fact..bwana Tuju..yu are being used by g7 alliance.
    fact. I have not seen anything new yu  achieved other than a mobile clinic which was shut immeadiately u were not elected in the current parliament.
    Fact,,name ur party as well as running mate to avoid speculation since yu cannot enter a race to decide in future whether yu will run in the the short race or long distance

    • Dito

      You’re soooooo on point! And Kibaki dares to say that we’re living in exciting times, eish!
      I can’t vote for anything or anyone associated with punu!…I’m better than that!!!

    • Livid

      LOL! How come this news has ruffled up ODM faithful and mainly Luos the most? I thought Luo Nyanza was the home of the “Doyen of Democracy”. Hehehe. 

      Ukiona mwenziwe akinyolewe na Martha Karua au Peter Kenneth, basi tia kichwa chako maji. You are next!

      • Dito

        Hahaha! You’re funny, actually on the ground people, even those who are not luo’s are not ruffled up but amused. It’s  a bifwoli wakoli moment to many people…Don’t worry, all these excitement will fade!

        • Livid

          No one is worried. If nothing else, the number of comments his announcement has drawn across Kenya’s main websites might further energize his candidature. 

          If this guy can form a team with Ole Kiyiapi, Peter Kenneth and Mutava Musyimi, Kenyans  would kick out Raila, Uhuru, Kalonzo and Ruto from presidential politics forever. There is a lot of fatigue with tribal chieftains especially among the emerging voters of 18-25 years. They only need a leader to pull off the biggest electoral upset in Kenya’s history.

          • Dito

            You’re speaking for yourself…Comments do not equal votes or approval. That is your opinion. I think you are in some foreign land…those 3 you mentioned plus Tuju, Bifwoli, etc etc know they will not make it. Surely, why are you believing something they themselves don’t believe??!

          • Livid

            I speak for others but only the 2012 vote can confirm that. Be patient. But pray, why are you so persuaded that your candidate knows they will make it and everybody else’s candidate knows they will not? Are you psychic?

          • Dito

            Livid, I’m in the 18-30 bracket to whom you’re alluding to. And from many other Kenyans, who are really following what’s going on here, It’s one thing to present oneself as fresh, with new ideas & ready for generational change, but this is the presidency…those you mentioned have a long way to go. Maybe in 2017!

    • Raphael

      C’m on u so clld faithfl an mean ur so clld nm….advsn sm1 is nt frcng sm1 to act….an as a mattr of fact he wsnt aln

    • Dan Kinuthia.

      odm, I am giving you one year from today I want to hear your say then, let the race begin, this is the candidate to beat and ofcourse our charming ODM candidate.

  • Alex N Gichaga

    This are the kind of leaders Kenya needs the likes of Tuju and Peter Kenneth-clean, focused, articulate with no tribal hung-ups. Move-on guys we are with you!

    Thanks / Alex Gichaga 

    • Kausha

      talk of vision 2030

  • Baijo

    all the best, baby Raph Tu Ju!

    Hata Bifwoli anataka

  • Felixtn9

    What happened to PPP Bwana Tuju?

  • Binaisha Ouma Okeyo

    As the Nyanza provincial Democracy overseer on political matters and on behalf of WAOOL MOVEMENT FORUM GROUP, I recommend and support this move fully and even appeal to the terror and fear creators to pave way for David to lead us through by creating a peaceful condition to every presidential candidate in this Country.

  • anonymous

    @Dan, Have you ever met a Luo? Can you type a sentence without the word Luo? Why do you hate Luo so much? You did not choose to be a Kikuyu and neither did you do anything to be a Kikuyu, neither is a Kikuyu superior to a Luo. Just remove your tribal binoculars because politics has blinded many.