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Draw enough to take Tunisia, DRC through

Equatorial Guinea Soccer African Cup

BATA, Equatorial Guinea, January 26 – Tunisia and DR Congo both advanced to the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations on Monday after drawing 1-1 in their final Group B game in Bata.

The Tunisians started the day on top of the section and were on their way to securing top spot when Ahmed Akaichi headed home in the 31st minute in Equatorial Guinea’s largest city.

However, DR Congo drew level in the 66th minute when substitute Loteteka Bokila scored only moments after coming on.

With the scores tied, attention turned to events in Ebebiyin, where Cape Verde and 2012 continental champions Zambia played out a 0-0 draw.

That ensured that Tunisia went through as group winners to a quarter-final against hosts Equatorial Guinea, while DR Congo can now look forward to a last-eight tie against neighbours Congo Brazzaville after pipping Cape Verde only on goals scored.

In front of a sparse crowd at the Estadio de Bata, Georges Leekens’ Tunisia side appeared determined to put the game, and their qualification for the quarter-finals, to bed as soon as possible.

The game was only 10 minutes old when Ferjani Sassi, one of three players brought into the Carthage Eagles’ starting line-up following their win over Zambia, connected with an Akaichi cutback only for his shot to be cleared off the line.

A superb move down the left soon after ended with captain Yassine Chikhaoui seeing his powerful strike, that was arrowing towards the far corner, turned around the post by Congo’s veteran goalkeeper Robert Kidiaba.

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A goal was coming and it arrived just after the half-hour mark as Akaichi headed in his second of the tournament after Chikhaoui slipped as he tried to get his shot away.

Moments later the omnipresent Chikhaoui found the net with a thunderous volley only for the offside flag to come to the Leopards’ rescue.

Tunisia, the 2004 African champions, were not prolific scorers in qualifying and they would live to regret not adding to their advantage in the second half as that man Chikhaoui blazed over from close range after good build-up play by Wahbi Khazri.

Seconds after that, DR Congo equalised to give their own qualification hopes a shot in the arm.

When the Tunisia defence failed to deal with a bouncing ball on the edge of their penalty box, Dieumerci Mbokani headed it on for Bokila, who controlled on his thigh before finishing low past Aymen Mathlouthi.

Kidiaba saved from Tunisia substitute Hamza Younes at the other end as the game finished in the draw that suited both sides.

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  1. Nash

    January 31, 2012 at 3:13 pm

    Mutula is a good man. Tell them. The beauty of all this is that Steve does not have the b**** to do anything.

    • ooloitiptip

      January 31, 2012 at 5:28 pm

      Nash people change, mutula has changed almost 180 degrees,he’s not there yet to full circle

  2. Lucy Njeri

    January 31, 2012 at 3:15 pm

    Mutula you are a good man!!! Stand firm with the law. We are with you……..

  3. Samuel

    January 31, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Tell them Mheshimiwa. Those who have ears let them hear. Those with eyes let them see. Those who have buried their head in the sand are simlpy daydreaming. You are the only few voices of reason remaining in this Government. Anyway i hope you will sincerely read this  and listen to my humble advice also: I wish to recommend that the country adopts the South African and Rwanda models that are refined to suit our unique condition. Let us go with healing, forgiveness, restitution and integration rather than opening a new can of worms that will breed vengeance and hatred rather than harmony. Since the Police had carried out investivation on these cases and came up with no evidence to sustain charges, it will be impossible for them to finalize the investigation now. If anything it will be violation of the rights of these individuals. If the policeman we all saw in TV shooting to dead an innocent protestor in Kisumu who was exercising his democratic right and was unarmed went scot free, the approach can result in witchhuntinh and can by abused. A lot has happened and we need to move on as a country.

  4. Bek1988

    January 31, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Kenya needs more Mutulas. The problem with Kenya has always been hypocrisy.

    Some section of Kenya is behaving as if PEV never happened. It is as if Ocampo chanced on Kenyans feasting and decided to herd the conveners of the feast to Hague.

    A Mutula here and a Githongo there is what Kenya needs to be on the path to recovery.

    • Vipii

      January 31, 2012 at 4:38 pm

      mmmmm Mutula. Who liked Mutula during Moi days?? F*** y’all

  5. Longo'n

    January 31, 2012 at 3:22 pm

    That’s a bold move by the Justice Minister considering that nobody dares speak absolute truth in Kenya! 

  6. Jbokelo

    January 31, 2012 at 3:22 pm

    Hon Mutula you are very right, i have never seen hypocrites like prechers of today. i wonder how they pray when they are asking those guys to go to their knees. 1st scenario ” God make the Judges not to see their mistake” 2nd “God forgive them for what they did as we escot them to the hague. sincerely the people of the cloth in this case are after cash. so shameful.

    • Igaeddy

      January 31, 2012 at 8:37 pm

      you are alright,lets hope that everything will be ok

  7. Fay

    January 31, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    thank you mutula how i wish many more kenyans would emulate that ,we would be one of the best democracies in africa.

  8. Ferdie

    January 31, 2012 at 3:31 pm

    My favorite Minister, Mr performance himself, go on Mutula, please go on.

  9. guest

    January 31, 2012 at 3:39 pm

    That’s great Mutula, i hope Kenyans learn and do the right thing by selecting good, focused leaders. 

  10. tipple f

    January 31, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    brave and transparent leadership is absolutely what we need in this country.

  11. Sk

    January 31, 2012 at 3:47 pm

    Thank you Mutula, Yes uhuru must resign with immediate effect he thinks the DMP ni ya mamake. 
    Bure kabisa Uhuru. 

  12. somebody

    January 31, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    kudos mutula,we are with you

  13. Geff

    January 31, 2012 at 3:57 pm

    The truth will set you free Mheshimiwa Mutula.What was your position then at the Golden-berg scandal and what is your position now.

  14. Kamau

    January 31, 2012 at 4:05 pm

    Mutula for president!!! he is spot on

  15. Markcnk

    January 31, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    This is the kind of leadership that we need and not flip-floppers who change positions for political expediency.Those burying their heads in sand had better realise this is a different Kenya.

  16. martin

    January 31, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    This is the ”soberest” analysis I have heard. I believe majority of Kenyans think the same and thats why the adrenaline is rising on the part of the liars.

  17. Oludavin

    January 31, 2012 at 4:36 pm

    Mutula for President!!!!! Imagine if mutula quits the wiper what will be left behind? If hon. Mutula quits wiper, the wiper is left with no option than to wipe my ass.

    • Utadoo

      January 31, 2012 at 4:40 pm

      Is this the same guy who shortchanged you after we stole elections?? My FINGER IN YOUR UGLY ASS…BIATCH!!

  18. Mazzdark

    January 31, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    The hotheads who follow and attend rallies organised by the Railas, Uhurus and Rutos of this world do not make up the entire voting public and should not be allowed to determine the direction this country is taking

  19. Joseph Fuchaka

    January 31, 2012 at 4:39 pm

    very good Mutula Kilonzo, you are the presidential candidate we are waiting for.

  20. Tiptip

    January 31, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    Mutula, I did not know you have the fire under your belly. Yourself and grandson of Nyandusi(Nyachae) are giving us hope.I thought you were going to give up to impunity the same way post election violence victims have given up.

  21. Emmanuelkimathi

    January 31, 2012 at 4:50 pm

    as mutura is saying but i doubt his stance since there seams to be a sinister motive behind his stand.mutura you cant fool me that if otherwise that would be your stand

    • Jbokelo

      January 31, 2012 at 5:39 pm

      toa ukabila kwa akili

  22. Rita_jones11

    January 31, 2012 at 4:52 pm

    Wakamba wote ni waoga.   its known,   tomorrow Mutula ikistuliwa na wiper party utatetemeka.   Mkamba ni mkamba tu.   Kenyans do not be foooed by this man.

    • Mknmzalendo

      January 31, 2012 at 5:18 pm

      Maandishi yako yaonyesha upumbavu na ushezi ulio nao.

      • Jbokelo

        January 31, 2012 at 5:41 pm

        rita wacha ufala, kwani ngile ameshituliwa akashituka. we are all kenyans.

    • Charlie

      January 31, 2012 at 10:19 pm

      i think you are seriously dumb..nothing personal

  23. Tiptip

    January 31, 2012 at 5:08 pm

    Rita_jones11You are not the type to blog. Get yourself a piece of paper to practice your tribal sentiments before you can use this space.Useless

  24. Chonga

    January 31, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    I admire the transformation of Saul (Moi’s lawyer suppressing reforms) and Paul, the new Justice Minister.  Unfortunately we do not know whom he is fronting for.  He himself is simply unelectable as President. 

  25. Juma

    January 31, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    Kenyans are a forgiving people and so now a former Moi suppressor of rights is preaching freedom and constitutional rights.  But take what politicians say with a grain of salt.  He has his own enemies and friends when he says the things he is saying. 

  26. Musyoki

    January 31, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    This generation of old timers needs to disappear– all of them- including this Kilonzo fella.  They have retarded political games that take Kenya backwards.

    • Jbokelo

      January 31, 2012 at 5:43 pm

      who are the new generations, i hope you are not talking about wale wako hague.

  27. Vuruga

    January 31, 2012 at 5:21 pm

    The same Constitution you are claiming to uphold does not look kindly upon party hopping.  And if you have to leave your party when they disagree with you, that kind of leader are you– grow some tough skin and muscles and spare us the hypocrisy.

  28. ooloitiptip

    January 31, 2012 at 5:27 pm

    This is one man with balls.Now the lynch Raila mob r going to claim Mutula’s has been barking on behalf of the PM

  29. ooloitiptip

    January 31, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    how is truth sinister?

  30. Otieno Mbare

    January 31, 2012 at 5:33 pm

    Mutula may have made a few misteps in life, but on this issue, I am fully with him. Mutula is among the few cabinet ministers in this government who have been making some sense. Mutula has tried in vain to summon the high morals of Kenyans to revisit what happened in this country; what turned this once beatiful country into a banana republic – even the pastors are not listening! Everyone is busy chasing Uhuru and his friends’ money. We should be ashamed in this country! I think Kilonzo is quite right on the money when he states that there are plenty of parties everywhere in this country. The days when political parties used to intimidate people are long gone. The new constitution has even a provision for independent candidates; why should some individual intimidate Kenyans as if those parties are their own personal property? All Kenyans of good will must stand up and condemn atrocities committed and impunity in this government. 

  31. Anonymous

    January 31, 2012 at 6:04 pm

    I thought only snakes and others of the kind & grasshoppers shed their skin,kumbe Mutula kilonzo is moulting his overgrown political skin or he is undergoing a mutation? i remember the days of KISS FM cross fire,”MUTULA KILONZO, PRESIDENT’S LAWYER …….” he used to breath fire and brimstone as he defended MOI & KANU MACHIAVELLIAN PRACTICES , then there was no democratic space and only him used to say what he pleased. To start with, mutula should apologise to all Kenyans for having done otherwise during the 1990’s, today people do not talk in their bedrooms as you want to insinuate; we got Wanjikus doing the talks without any fear, to try and paint yourself as a man who has taken the bull by its horns and eff the ineffable is hilarious of a person of your stature, again you never delivered any constitution! time had come when Kenyans matured to sift lies from truth and use their brains and not politician’s noise like the one Mutula etal. are engaging the people in. Could you be trying to make yourself relevant after realising that many politicians of your kind have no place in New Kenya? you can take this to the bank-that many of the current MP’s you included, will be thrown out in 2012 elections by the kenyan electorate that has come of age as i said earlier on, it could be wise of you to open a thing of your own and steer us through it as you restitch a new beginning otherwise for now let kenyans watch the antics of  a cock running here and there, on roof tops, tree tops under tables etcetera yet the owner has made up the mind that the cocks meat is the meal for the rare guests already enjoying a stroll in the park-watch out!

    • Peterson

      January 31, 2012 at 6:41 pm

      I agree with you fully. Mutula should look elsewhere for people to fool.

      • Joseph Muoria

        February 1, 2012 at 10:12 am

        I dont want to think that your line of thought is informed by the past career of today’s Justice Minister, else I’ll have to wonder whether you ever thought about that one of Uhuru himself and William Ruto, people that Mutula defended also while they were all in Kanu. Looking at all these former Moi sycophants the only one wh hs reformed happens only to be Mutula Kilonzo. He is the only politician speaking sense lately. All others including the President are just releasin verbal diarrhoea such that I’ve had to switch off my television quite often to save it the crazy smell of these hooligans waste! I’m Uhuru Kenyatta’s constituent in Gatundu and I swear none of my friends and relatives will vote for him if he ends up on the ballot paper as he has sworn to

    • We

      February 1, 2012 at 3:10 am

      This argument is so archaic. Mutula Kilonzo is the Minister for Justice in the Republic of Kenya. He steered where Martha Karua could not and made sure we got a constitution. This, my friend, is what he is fighting for. Forget about the little sideshows like yourself who will always label anyone an old skin, snake or whaetever, just because they have a view that doesn’t quite match yours. Let the man do his job! If you actually voted for the current constitution, you will do some serious soul-searching and realize that Mutula is one of the only remaining defenders of that document. Ruto, Uhuru, Kibaki, Kalonzo were all watermelons, and are now realizing they can’t muscle their way around like before. Watch how calm Raila is, he knows the law is there. Nothing they can do about it.

    • Boiyot

      February 1, 2012 at 4:01 am

      I think Mutula is doing a damn good job defending the new constitution no matter who passed it. As for defending Moi and Kanu, the guy was being paid to do that job! And it’s sad to say this but he did it well and we expect him to defend our national integrity well now!

    • Kamau

      February 1, 2012 at 5:38 am

      people change. even paul in the bible saw the light!!!! Mutula we support you. Stand strong, your enemies will scramble in no time as u r based on facts

    • Samuel

      February 1, 2012 at 7:10 am

      The good thing with the new Kenya is the freedom of speech, tolerance, democracy and numerous opportunities provided. All of us have skeletons and dark past or even low moments in our life but wise people transform and change to fit in new circumstances. Truth be told, criticism is not all bad neither is being truthful and sincere to your family, friends and all those you love and care for. Believe me, Mutula is a sharp lawyer and a performer. He may not have fully developed his Mbooni constituency but there are numerous projects there and this is just the beginning. He is far much better than most of other MPs in terms of development. While you are entitled to your opinion as it is your democratic right, lets give credit when necessary even if someone is saying things that may not be appealing to your favourite guy. It shows some intolerance and hatred that as you all know may result in mayhem during the coming election. Positive criticism with facts is good but i’m a fraid to tell you that you may not be knowing Hon. Mutula very well.

    • JM

      February 1, 2012 at 10:14 am

      I dont want to think that your line of thought is informed by the past career of today’s Justice Minister, else I’ll have to wonder whether you ever thought about that one of Uhuru himself and William Ruto, people that Mutula defended also while they were all in Kanu. Looking at all these former Moi sycophants the only one wh hs reformed happens only to be Mutula Kilonzo. He is the only politician speaking sense lately. All others including the President are just releasin verbal diarrhoea such that I’ve had to switch off my television quite often to save it the crazy smell of these hooligans waste! I’m Uhuru Kenyatta’s constituent in Gatundu and I swear none of my friends and relatives will vote for him if he ends up on the ballot paper as he has sworn to

    • Otieno Mbare

      February 1, 2012 at 10:57 am

      Did you say, he was Moi’s lawyer? Then, he had to act that way because that’s what his profession called for!

    • Nimur2003

      February 2, 2012 at 5:16 am

      You should see some light and remember impunity is what is driving you into saying all this.You support impunity in whoever ,Mutula is fighting for the voiceless.Thisis  a new country and does not matter what is or was anymore than what the new consttution says. NEw Constitution is all we want implimanted.

  32. Vickacky

    January 31, 2012 at 7:23 pm

    I’m the minister who facilitated the new Constitution. The late Mboya
    (Tom) tried in 1969, Charles Njonjo tried, Kiraitu Muriungi tried and
    Martha Karua walked out on her own with those high Prada shoes,” he

    i had to laugh at this statement. i did not know MAMA wears designer

  33. Memba67

    January 31, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    The most relevent Minister since the constitution  was promulgated. H sees through the constittion then to Kenyans and not the party. Bravo Mutula you are the cat.

  34. Francis

    January 31, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Kilonzo, perhaps you are now so CLEAN that you cannot see due to the REFLECTION from your “cleaness”  mirror.Crimes against humanity were “possibly committed”? That from minister for justice? I thought every Kenyan/ child including the mad person walking the market knows that! The question is WHO did it? Who is responsible? If you had any decency you would answer that question anytime/day.Who benefited from the deaths/rapes and destruction? Very many people that i do not know but ONE PERSON I KNOW-LOOK AT THE MIRROR KILONZO-THAT PERSON IS YOU! Your attempts to try and PLAY GOOD/SAVIOR are nothing but stupid stunts that have no place.You have done nothing-ZERO to settle/afford justice to IDPS my family included.Let me put it plain-YOU BENEFITED WHEN WE FOUGHT FOR JUSTICE IN THE 1990s-You jumped in as a “reformer” in 2002-You jumped in in 2007-got a post for yourself-forgot IDPs-got comfortable and now like a hyena looks ahead to the next kill! You are raping the victims allover again by shamelessly pretending to speak for them  for you speak for your insatiable thirst for OPPORTUNISM.My family needs justice BUT KILONZO WILL NOT BRING IT-HE IS IMPUNITY PERSONIFIED! 

  35. Maureen

    January 31, 2012 at 10:52 pm

    If he does not agree with the position of his boss, he can resign like Martha did.  We will then recognoze his bravery.  So do it!

    • Samowi2006

      February 1, 2012 at 7:37 am

      How old are you?  Resigning is not honourable, standing up for what you believe in, at all cost,  is. 

  36. Mthusi

    February 1, 2012 at 1:55 am

    This Wiper Party is spelling its dooms day by trying to fool Kenyans. Call a spade a spade… True people just watch Wiper Party being wiped off Kenyan politics.

    • Pratt

      February 1, 2012 at 9:10 am

      One unpopular mercenary with inflated false sense of self-importance CANT mean much to a party. Apart from being a bigmouthed “negative” secretary general, what value can he really add to any party? I dont buy the empty threat. Men enough dont threaten they act pal! Covering yourself with a ministerial position to sabotage is utter cowardice. How come those who appointed you are not amused by your antics? Throwing a challenge and how about if its wholly embraced?

      • Jiclench

        February 1, 2012 at 10:14 am

        Pratt you are one bitter individual. take it easy, dont take things too personally.

        • Pratt

          February 1, 2012 at 12:13 pm

          Far from it, am just too cool pal! What makes you think am bitter? Parading the naked truth has nothing to do with bitterness. Unless of course, you mean displaying the truth is bitterness these days! Whats your point anyway?

  37. Kioko Kilonzo

    February 1, 2012 at 5:02 am

    MUTULA why didn’t you advice Moi to rule by the constitution if you know how to read and interpret the law?

    How comes you are now holier than thou – are you not the person who supported the alliance of ODM-K and PNU when you were fully aware that the elections had been rigged?
    Why didn’t you advice Moi within his 24 years barbaric rule?
     What have you done to Mbooni Constituency since you were elected?
     How comes you spend millions to fee hyenas, lions, buffaloes, etc, when  the people who voted for you are in dire need of water, drugs, water?
    MUTULA STOP PRETENDING, WHY WEAR “NGOZI LA KONDOO” SO THAT YOU LOOK LIKE SHEEP WHEN WE KNOW THAT YOU ARE A HYENA?. 2013 you will be former MP……. the predecessor Mp for Mbooni was 100 times better than you.STOP PRETENCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  38. Pratt

    February 1, 2012 at 6:03 am

    Hon. Mutula if you want to be a hero when you are on the wrong side of the baricade, it wont happen. You have to realize that trying to read the law for pained ones at the wrong time doest make sense at all. And if you were man enough you could as well be ridding on your own party not on others. Obviously, you were elected by voters because they believed you belonged to their party. But if you now feel that you are bigger than that party, its only logical and decent to quit it. You cant pretend to be doing your job when you are actually employing mercenary tactics that flies against the wishes of the very government that you pretend to serve. What would you do if you are fired, play a savior? May be you think Kenyans have a very short memory indeed! Just watch your moves, inflating your self-importance has its own consequences pal, make no mistake about it!

    • Joseph Muoria

      February 1, 2012 at 10:18 am

      I dont want to think that your line of thought is informed by the past career of today’s Justice Minister, else I’ll have to wonder whether you ever thought about that one of Uhuru himself and William Ruto, people that Mutula defended also while they were all in Kanu. Looking at all these former Moi sycophants the only one wh hs reformed happens only to be Mutula Kilonzo. He is the only politician speaking sense lately. All others including the President are just releasin verbal diarrhoea such that I’ve had to switch off my television quite often to save it the crazy smell of these hooligans waste! I’m Uhuru Kenyatta’s constituent in Gatundu and I swear none of my friends and relatives will vote for him if he ends up on the ballot paper as he has sworn to

      • Pratt

        February 1, 2012 at 12:06 pm

        Technically, if it was about past association, Mutula Kilonzo would be the first reject item. I therefore dont quite get it! Actually, its not about who is going to vote for UK and Ruto as such, its about Kenyans being afforded the opportunity to freely choose their leaders. Secondly, Mutula CANT pretend to be genuine when he is contradicting the government he serves and certainly, for no apparent reason. Obviously, he is celebrating together with merchants of deceit while pretending to be giving “ministerial guidance” on the matter. Who requested for that and why would a minister pretend to be better than his masters? I thought if you believe you are serving people below you the best way is to tie off? Why bring confusion all over the place if you are not a malicious mercenary? 

        • Otieno Mbare

          February 1, 2012 at 3:01 pm

          Do I get Pratt right that the government that Mutula is serving does not want seek any justice for the poor who died, dismembered, and raped? It’s quite interesting that a well educated person like you could be advising Kilonzo, the Justice Minister to comment only on such weighty legal issues when prodded! Don’t you think Kenyans look at Kilonzo as the Justice Minister to provide guidance especially now when there is total flagrance of the rule of law? I think we must advocate for the rule of law in this country. We can’t afford to apply our laws selectively in favour of the rich. The new constitution makes it absolutely necessary to treat all Kenyans on the same legal pedestal.

          I was so surprised to see Kalonzo Musyoka, a presidential candidate, utter words that even an uneducated villager may not want to say on such a podium. If the electorate have become issue oriented, check and analyse every word and activities from the already-declared presidential contenders, I’m sure all of these trush will not see the light of day. How can Kalonzo state that “even if they take off their UNDERWEARS and throw on the street, Uhuru should not resign!” ..and this is a presidential candidate! I am equally surprised that even the newspapers have not taken Kalonzo head-on on such stupid remarks!To be honest, among all the contenders for the presidency, none of them qualify – they are all dirty and filthy corrupt!

          • Pratt

            February 2, 2012 at 6:36 am

            I certainly appreciate your line of reasoning, but no doubt is twisted. Why? I follow events in this country and elsewhere  with the keenness that I can possibly master. I therefore dont say things simply to please or just be heard. Having said that, I have come to note with alot of alarm that only when certain things suit certain people, is only when democracy is said to be taking its course in this country. At that point, is when you decide if  this is kind of selective democracy, you are not going to be part of the pretence. Obviously, if Raila was in this ICC thing, your attitude would have been perhaps totally different. And if Mutula was not working against his masters, and giving weight to “your” man, you would also be telling us  a very different story. You know when Raila claimed that Kazi Kwa Vijana money was used to fuel GK vehicles, as though there is no established way of fueling them, it all went down well with some of us. Thats simply because we didnt want to destroy “our” man. When he changed the story to an “error” and “none issue” we all went dead silent, why? Furthermore, those are very suspect turns pal. Democracy and the new order must be  very one sided tribal loyalty indeed! If we are serious pal, we must address issues with clean national heart. Not just to twist and condemn simply because it suits you. If Kenyans are displaced, raped and killed, do we really genuinely feel for them and why? When a Kenyan is denied access to his property by fellow Kenyan in Mathare and Kibera, do we genuinely feel for him and why? And when our brothers are indicted by ICC, do we really feel for them and why? And do all these things present us with one challenge and perhaps, why? I believe all this amounts to one thing: NATIONAL SHAME. Therefore, there is nothing to be happy about here and give guidance on, unless you are malicious wickeds. What we need is pure genuine reconciliation not the vile propaganda thats meant to demean and destroy our brothers. National shame must be collective and uniform pal! And dont ever forget someone refused to go to court and thats how we ended up in this mess. Decency is universal pal, there is no way it can be twisted to favor some! 

          • Otieno Mbare

            February 2, 2012 at 3:20 pm

            I have read what you have written, checked your logics…and what I can tell you now is that, “I can’t argue with you!”. You trivialize an important national argument by seeing things through ethnic chimney. I can see very well where you want this debate to lead into..but I can asure you, I will not stoop that low. You probably need to adopt a certain level of moral and interllectual pedestal to discuss such weighty national issue. 

          • Pratt

            February 4, 2012 at 6:38 am

            You havent said a thing pal, even known facts are trivialities? I know it hurts when it turns out that am not worshipping your  favored gods.  Its astounding and I can only say: so what! And in any case, you perhaps, like your village idols, feel you are too big to play in our league! It doesnt matter at all. But the truth will eventually prevail, whether is from former nondescript student in former East Germany or from our famous professors! Truth is GOD sir!

  39. KIRUI

    February 1, 2012 at 6:22 am


    • Anna

      February 1, 2012 at 7:27 am

      You don’t have to type in CAPS..we can still read small print..

    • Pratt

      February 1, 2012 at 8:32 am

      Who supports the constitution pal? Either you dont understand what you are saying or you are simply lost. You dont know those who coined the word were actually the worst watermelons? Why was it that if this our “Mr. Justice O” is not there, I was not consulted? Why was it that when you beat our lady to second place, you are corrupt? And why is that if my “O” is not there, these guys dont have passion to fight corruption? And all this meant considerable delay in implementing the constitution! Who is the watermelon here, or are you forgeting even cowards throw stones in a mob situation? Wake up fellow, you are overwhelmed by vile propaganda! Do you know why someone had to be hospitalized with false illness?

      • Wanawakewakni

        February 2, 2012 at 12:47 pm

        Oh, now you are even a doctor … surprising how some self-confessed cool person can just dish out insinuations in this manner.

        • Pratt

          February 2, 2012 at 1:14 pm

          Whats your point pal? Perhaps, you need to be ignored if you cant challenge point by point. Do you know who Iam anyway? Kindly dont display emptiness to the whole world, its self-insulting pal!!!

  40. PAUL

    February 1, 2012 at 7:14 am


    • Anna

      February 1, 2012 at 7:26 am

      You don’t have to type in CAPS..we can still read small print..

    • Guest

      February 1, 2012 at 10:16 am

      I dont want to think that your line of thought is informed by the past career of today’s Justice Minister, else I’ll have to wonder whether you ever thought about that one of Uhuru himself and William Ruto, people that Mutula defended also while they were all in Kanu. Looking at all these former Moi sycophants the only one wh hs reformed happens only to be Mutula Kilonzo. He is the only politician speaking sense lately. All others including the President are just releasin verbal diarrhoea such that I’ve had to switch off my television quite often to save it the crazy smell of these hooligans waste! I’m Uhuru Kenyatta’s constituent in Gatundu and I swear none of my friends and relatives will vote for him if he ends up on the ballot paper as he has sworn to

  41. tk

    February 1, 2012 at 9:50 am

    mutula pole sana go n educate people at your village we will listen to the voice of people whoever the people will decide he will be our president wheather a murder or rapist if he or she win in democracy majority win

  42. Soit

    February 1, 2012 at 10:18 am

    The VP should not behave watermelon in this age n time for he feels he ll reep from the misfortunes of UK n Ruto…..which law says you can not say NO to what your boss tells whether thrush or shonde!? What is wrong if Minister translates the law rughtly?

    Bravo Mr Kilonzo stick to the truth n the truth will set you free!

  43. Latonesha

    February 1, 2012 at 11:35 am

    Mutula can as well be an independent candidate. He does’nt have to be a member of any party, leave alone this joke of a party called Wiper!

  44. Mamuketh09

    February 1, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    well one thing im certain of that KENYA HAS COME OF AGE.The only way to be genune in this is to have Mutula ,the constitution and his party on the weighing scale .Whe we there let judge who is right .Ofcourse each one of us has an history so that should not be at all the basis of argument

  45. Waweru wa Omondi na Koech

    February 1, 2012 at 11:57 pm

    Big up Mutula Kilonzo,We need good people like you who are standing  for the constitution .We cannot tolerate impunity just because someone has money,fame or power.By the way it will be a very  good lesson  to teach other would be criminals the consequences of instigating any kind of violence.Many innocent people died and I feel sad on how Kenyans are   quickly forgetting  and the  same politicians are cheating them again.Kenyans let us try to love one another.I hope to see a day where tribalism will be a thing of the past.God bless Kenya.

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