 KIDERO single-handedly looted Mumias Sugar Company dry, stole money belonging to farmers and bankrupted the company.

 KPMG Audit reports show how KIDERO stole billions of money belonging to Mumias Sugar cane farmers.

 The Auditor General, Edward Ouko, has established in 3 successive audit reports, that KIDERO and a web of racketeers like Wainaina, Kiamba, JAMBO PAY and numerous lawyers have plundered more than KES 200 billion-worth of public assets, land, county budget and other revenues.

 The EACC, NGO Council, KRA and other public bodies have CREDIBLE EVIDENCE proving that KIDERO has SIPHONED public money and LAUNDERED it using the KIDERO FOUNDATION and a network of law firms, banks and fake outlets.

 During his four and a half years of ineptitude and grand larceny, KIDERO has presided over the brutal extra-judicial killing, torture, maiming and extortion of tens of thousands of HAWKERS – who are just unemployed residents struggling to feed their families. The term #KanjoKingdom is an atrocious KIDERO legacy.

 Unemployment of Nairobians, especially the youth who comprise 64% of the population, remains one of the worst of any major city in the world. The youth need skills training, jobs and viable outs for their creativity and resourcefulness.

 Small business people are being starved out of existence by a mediocre bureaucracy and exorbitant licensing and operating levies imposed by KIDERO as conduits for his looting spree.

 Matatu owners are constantly harassed, extorted and forced to pay bribes daily to operate so that KIDERO can receive his daily KES 5,000,000 delivered to him every evening.

 Prime public land and expired leases have become one of KIDERO’s looting sources.

 Nairobi is buried in heaps of rotting garbage while money allocated for Solid Waste Management is being plundered.

 Nairobi’s residential areas have been turned into BROTHELS, noisy BEER HALLS, DRUG DENS. The DECADENCE has spread everywhere like BUBONIC PLAGUE, courtesy of KIDERO!

 Nairobi has the biggest, filthiest and most inhumane slums in the entire world yet instead of using the billions of shillings Nairobians have paid in tax revenues to construct affordable, decent and humane housing for those who live in the slums, KIDERO has stolen everything.

 Nairobi’s traffic gridlocks are now the worst since independence. Roads are few, narrow, dilapidated and yet KIDERO has stolen more than KES 200 billion that should have been used to build a Rapid Rail System, a Subway/Underground System and roads. Traffic gridlocks cost us hundreds of billions of shillings in lost productivity annually.

 KIDERO has neglected to buy and operate emergency services such as fire tracks and ambulance.

 During KIDERO’S 5 years of confusion, ineptitude and plunder, innocent Nairobians have died under collapsed structures that shouldn’t have been approved and built in the first place.

 Economically poor and vulnerable Nairobi residents have no access to recreational parks, gardens and facilities.

 Even though more than 80% of Nairobi residents cannot afford to buy vehicles, KIDERO has not build walkways and bicycle lanes.

 In short, EVANS ODHIAMBO KIDERO is a bad plague that no amount of cartel mysticism, propaganda, hype or stolen public funds can disinfect, cleanse and render safe.

Why Raila is worried

When Raila was mentioned by Duale about the “loan” he got from Mumias, his lawyers quickly wrote to Duale demanding public apology and retraction.
But when Billionaire Calvin Burgess mentioned Raila in an elaborate extortion campaign- he has not responded. His lawyers have not written to Calvin Burgess to demand a public apology.
Raila is 100% aware that Calvin Burgess caught him on tape. He is aware that his dealings in America with dubious companies are being investigated.
Some of his supporters are trying to link Jubilee to this issue. Is Jubilee too powerful to influence FBI and the Security and Exchange Commission?
This is why this Dominion story is not going to disappear any time soon. Raila’s silence is premised on the fact that Kenyans forget fast, and his friends in the Media will help bury the story- and cook up another fake scandal in Jubilee- hype that fake scandal…… And Kenyans will be diverted from his Dominion Scandal.
Unfortunately for him- International Media have picked up the story. Unfortunately for him American Authorities are on the cases. American authorities are never intimidated by threats of mass action.
Siku za Mwizi in Arobaini.

Raila’s corruption unearthed

Slowly,and surely the story of Dominion Farms is getting covered. Sunday Nation today has another in-depth coverage of the issue. This is after K 24 did the in-depth story on what actually goes on in the farm.
The Sunday Nation has the following highlights
1) Gen Olusegun Obasanjo used to visit the area before the swamp was drained. When he visited the place after Dominion Farms had transformed it- he was more than impressed. He went back to Lagos, used his influence to send a big delegation of Nigerian Government Officials led by the Nigerian Minister of Agriculture. Gen Obasanjo could not actually believe what he was seeing. He tried his best to get Dominion to go to Nigeria to do the same- but as usual- corruption in Nigeria(Through the County Governor of Taraba County) stopped the project. Calvin does not pay bribes.
Gen Obasanjo organised that 50 Nigerians be flown in Kenya every year to learn the tricks of the Dominion Farms Miracle- and go back to Nigeria to kick out poverty.
*** My own words**** While Obasanjo was shipping in Nigerians to learn the tricks of farming and land reclamation- Raila was paying goons 500 bob to go throw stones at the farm. Raila was organising his sycophantic Governor and MCAs to lead Demos to kick Dominion out.
2) The Place that Dominion farms stands right now was a total wasteland full of TseTse Flies and mosquitoes. No Investor managed to reclaim the land- right from the Dutch in the 1970s and the LBDA in the 1980s and 1990s in spite of pouring millions.

Read more here…

MUTAHI NGUNYI: Voter registration was nonsense; Uhuru maintains the tyranny of numbers, Raila remains a loser



By Mutahi Ngunyi

Today I want to announce to the nation that voter registration was  a total waste of time. Literally it changed nothing, it altered nothing, it did not take us forward, it didn’t take us backward, it was just there. A total waste of national imagination. But on that I could be dead wrong, but if I am wrong, I do not wish to be right. We expected magic from this man called ‘baba’ but with the more things changed with this registration the more they remained the same. But the biggest let down was Mudavadi and Joho. According to the IEBC figures, Mudavadi was exposed as a parasite, Joho as a man whose only gift is running his mouth. Consider the facts with me.

Because of Mudavadi and because of Joho NASA has lost its chance to catch up with Jubilee.The two failed to register close to two million votes and they failed to do so because they are parasites. Without Raila NASA is nothing. In fact Mudavadi regained his relevance not because he created NASA but because Raila endorsed NASA. In sum NASA, Mudavadi and Joho are nothing but bloodsucking creatures. They are going to suck life out of Raila with a sense of entitlement and this is why they each had no motivation to register the extra 2 million votes in Western and Coast. According to them Raila will take care of the shortfall they failed to raise. Put differently, the two are nothing but spoilt political brats. They let baba down.
What about Kalonzo. Is he also a parasite on Raila? According to historical records Kalonzo was Raila’s boss in the 2007 coalition arrangement and this is a constitutional fact. But Raila disputed Kalonzo’s supremacy at every available national moment. In fact Raila battered Kalonzo into a position of an inferior boss. And because Kalonzo is a baptist and a Bible reading Christian, he succumbed to this abuse.

This is how Raila became his illegal technical boss in the Kibaki years. Kalonzo, a full Vice President was bullied by Raila into believing that he was inferior in form, history and position and in this state of inferiority complex Kalonzo submitted to the authority of Raila. Then in 2013, Raila made a generous offer. He promised to make Kalonzo his Deputy President the way Kibaki had made him his Vice President and to this useless offer Kalonzo cried with happiness. If Mudavadi, Wetangula and Joho are parasites who suck Raila’s political blood, Raila is the parasite on Kalonzo.

Because Kalonzo is a batterd man and the abusive partner in this relationship is Raila, my support is for the weak. I stand with Kalonzo. In particular I say no to domestic violence in political households like NASA. If Kalonzo was Raila’sboss in 2007, was battered into becoming his assistant in 2013, the domestic fights have moved from physical to psychological. Last week they argued that Kalonzo was about to betray Raila and if he did it the Kamba nation would abandon him. That was in the informal media.

This week they took the battle to social media. They told us that Kalonzo had broken NASA and everyone called him a traitor. This attack on Kalonzo is meant to achieve two things, one isolate him so that Mudavadi takes his position in the opposition and two shock NASA into the possibility of betrayal by Kalonzo. With the shock that I see, NASA should not be surprised if Kalonzo betrays them. Whichever path that Kalonzo takes, he is cooked and the winner here is Raila.

According to the latest IEBC figures, Jubilee gained an extra 898,000 voters while NASA gained an extra 814,000 voters through registration. But if you subtract 800 from 800, the answer is zero. And this is why I am saying voter registration achieved zero. Put differently, Uhuru didn’t win over voter registration. What actually happened is that NASA lost. And this is why I am giving them unsolicited advice over this election. What they lost in registration, they must gain in voter turnout. But there are two problems here.

Number one, super alliances create an illusion of early victory, and this illusion degenerates into low voter turnout. The 2002 super alliance under NARC attracted the lowest voter turnout in the history of our politics. Number two high turnout is only possible if there is something to be gained. If Raila is the candidate, the Luo nation will vote, if he is not, they will stay away. This also applies to Kalonzo and Mudavadi. If they are not part of the top two their voters will stay away and this is the NASA dilemma. What is my point here and what is my advice then, voter turnout can only be increased through a run off and this is what exactly what Kalonzo is trying to force so the NASA brigade must not fight him in my view.

NASA is not about country. Similarly, Jubilee is not about country. NASA and Jubilee are coalitions with a vision of what country should be. I don’t now which in these visions is the right one. What I know is the following; Raila is opposed to SGR but this SGR will be in Nairobi by June this year. You cannot stop it. The trains will travel from Mombasa to Nairobi in 4 hours at a good price. If Raila is President by August, he will have to see that SGR is good. Alternatively, he will have to uproot it and get a less corrupt one. I also know a second thing, if Raila was in government and Eurobond was his project, he would make it to look like a project from heaven. NYS would also be made to taste like ice cream. What is my point here, SGR is bad because it is not good, NYS is bad because it is not good. This is the Raila logic.

What about corruption, is the country as corrupt as Raila has told us, is this the most corrupt government since Kenya was made? In my wview, this is a historical lie. In the 1990s for instance, the Auditor General told us that about half trillion shillings was stolen in fraud and corruption. In one particular instance a powerful individual stole 7 billion shillings from a bank through the front door but this was done in Moi era. During the Kibaki/Raila regime, Raila admitted to Al Jazeera that there was corruption in his office. In fact the World Bank cancelled a Sh4.3 billion project for the youth because of corruption in his office. Not because Raila was corrupt but because Kenyans are generally corrupt and those in his office were no exception.


A company known as Dominion accuses Raila of corruption. We must not believe this. Accusations of corruption in government and accusations of corruption by Dominion are one and the same thing. This corruption talk is nothing but politics. If Dominion is playing politics on Raila, Raila is playing politics on government. Now we will tie voter registration with opposition politics. Maybe Raila knows that Mudavadi and Joho are not reliable and maybe he knows that they are big babies. If the two people he was to make Deputy President cannot register voters because they are overgrown babies, what options does baba have?

I want to submit that Raila is in a dilemma. Maybe he will win but I doubt it. If voter registration is not in his favour, he has to execute an alternative plan. His alternative plan hails from Nazi Germany. The Nazis had to construct a narrative that opposed the existence of the Jews. Hitler convinces his followers that Jews had stench and that they had a strong smell that no other human had. He even mobilized the Nazi scientists to study this foul body smell. Of course he was wrong and this is the Raila approach. If he cannot get the presidency, he will convince us that everybody has a stench. He will even get his scientists to study it. This is how he has poisoned our minds to accept negativity and to accept that government has a stench.



Raila Odinga was born at Maseno Church
Missionary Society Hospital, in Maseno, Kisumu
District, Nyanza Province on 7 January 1945 to
the late Mary Ajuma Odinga and the late
Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, the first Vice
President of the Republic of Kenya.
He went to Kisumu Union Primary School, Maranda
Primary and Maranda High School where he
stayed until 1962.
Raila Amolo Odinga spent the next two years
at the Herder Institut, a part of the
philological faculty at the University of
Leipzig in East Germany.

He received a scholarship that in 1965 sent him to the
Technical School, Magdeburg (now a part of
Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg) in
the GDR.
In 1970, he graduated with an Msc
(Masters of Science) in Mechanical
Raila returned to Kenya in 1970.

In 1971 he established the Standard Processing
Equipment Construction and Erection Limited
(later renamed East African Spectre), a
company specialized in the manufacturing of
liquid petroleum gas cylinders.

In 1974, he was appointed group standards manager of
the Kenya Bureau of Standards.
In 1978 he was promoted to its Deputy Director, a post he
held until his 1982 detention.

In 1982, Raila Odinga was placed under house
arrest for 7 months by then Daniel Moi, the
President of Kenya.
Raila was later charged with treason following his political agitation
for wider democratic space and detained
without trial for six years.

His mother died in 1984, but it took the prison wardens two
months to inform him of her passing, an
experience he openly confesses as one of the
most traumatizing in his hitherto eventful
Released on 6 February 1988, he was
rearrested in September 1988 for his
involvement with human rights and pro-
democracy activists pressing for multi-party
democracy in Kenya, which was then a one-
party state.
Raila Odinga was released on 12 June 1989,
only to be incarcerated again on 5 July 1990,
together with Kenneth Matiba, and former
Nairobi Mayor Charles Rubia.

Raila was released on 21 June 1991, and in October, he
fled the country for Norway with a hint that
the Kenyan government would attempt to
assassinate him.

At the time of Raila’s departure to Norway,
the Forum for the Restoration of Democracy
(FORD), a movement formed to agitate for
the return of multi-party democracy to
Kenya, was newly formed.
In February 1992,Raila returned to join FORD, then led by his
father Jaramogi Oginga Odinga. He was
elected Vice Chairman of the General Purposes
Committee of the party.
In the months running up to the 1992 General
Election, FORD split into Ford Kenya, led by
Raila’s father Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, and
FORD-Asili led by Kenneth Matiba. Raila
became Ford-Kenya’s Deputy Director of
Raila won the Langata Constituency
parliamentary seat, previously held by Philip
Leakey of KANU.
When Jaramogi Oginga Odinga died in
January 1994, and Michael Wamalwa Kijana
succeeded him as FORD-Kenya chairman,
Raila challenged him for the party
The elections were marred by controversy after which Raila resigned from
FORD-Kenya to join the National Development
Party (NDP).
In the 1997 General Election,
Raila finished third after President Moi, the
incumbent, and Democratic Party candidate
Mwai Kibaki. He retained his position as the
Langata MP
June 2001 t- 2002: Raila Odinga served in the
Moi’s Cabinet as Energy Minister
2002: The then President, Daniel Arap Moi,
pulled a surprise by endorsing Uhuru Kenyatta
– a son of Kenya’s first president Jomo
Kenyatta to be his successor. Moi publicly
asked Raila and others to support Uhuru as
Raila and other KANU members, including his
current Deputy in the CORD Coalition Kalonzo
Musyoka, the late George Saitoti and the late
Joseph Kamotho, opposed this step arguing
that the then 38 year old Uhuru, was
politically inexperienced and lacked the
leadership qualities needed to govern.
The Rainbow Movement went on to join the Liberal
Democratic Party (LDP), which later teamed
up with Mwai Kibaki’s National Alliance Party
of Kenya (NAK), a coalition of several other
parties, to form the National Rainbow
Coalition (NARC) that eventually defeated
Moi’s protege, Uhuru Kenyatta.
Raila became the second father of multi-
party democracy in Kenya after Kenneth
Matiba. It was at this point that he earned
his nickname; to his political followers, he is
also referred as “Agwambo”, the meaning of
which is Mysterious One, or “Jakom”, meaning
President Kibaki failed to honor a pre-
election agreement regarding political equity
among the stakeholders in NARC and a pledge
made to the Kenyan people to review the
Kenyan Constitution within a hundred days of
the election.
The perceived “betrayal” led to an open
rebellion and a split within the cabinet, which
culminated in disagreements over a proposed
new constitution for the country.
The government-backed constitutional committee
submitted a draft constitution that was
perceived to consolidate powers of the
presidency and weaken regional governments
as had been provided for under an earlier
draft before the 2002 Elections.

Raila opposed this, and when the document was put to a
referendum on 21 November 2005, the
government lost by a 57% to 43% margin.
Following this, President Kibaki sacked the
entire cabinet on November 23, 2005. When it
was formed two weeks later, Raila and the
entire LDP group were left out.
This led to the formation of the Orange Democratic
Movement (ODM) – an Orange was the symbol
for the “no” vote in the constitutional
August 2007: Orange Democratic Movement-
Kenya split in two, with Odinga becoming head
of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM)
while the other faction, the ODM-K, was
headed by Kalonzo Musyoka.
September 1, 2007: ODM elected Odinga as its
presidential candidate in a National
Delegates Conference held at the Moi
International Sports Centre in Nairobi.
Odinga received 2,656 votes; the only other
candidates receiving significant numbers of
votes were Musalia Mudavadi with 391 and
William Ruto with 368. Earlier, Najib Balala
had withdrawn his candidature and endorsed
The defeated candidates expressed
their support for Odinga afterward, and
Mudavadi was named as his running mate.
October 6, 2007: Odinga launched his
presidential campaign in Uhuru Park in
Nairobi on October 6, 2007, which saw a record
attendance in this or any other venue in
independent Kenya.
December 30, 2007: The chairman of the
Kenyan election commission controversially
declared Raila’s opponent, incumbent
president Mwai Kibaki, the winner of the
presidential election by a margin of about
230,000 votes. Raila disputed the results,
alleging fraud by the election commission.
Most opinion polls had speculated that Odinga
would defeat president Kibaki. Independent
international observers have since stated that
the poll was marred by irregularities
, especially at the
final vote tallying stages.
Many ODM supporters across the country rioted against
the announced election results.

Later violence broke out in the country
after widespread incidents of police brutality.
Following two months of unrest, a peace deal
between Odinga and Kibaki, which provided
for power-sharing and the creation of the
post of Prime Minister, was signed in
February 2008; it was brokered by former UN
Secretary General Kofi Annan.

Odinga was sworn in as Prime Minister, along with the
power-sharing Cabinet, on 17 April 2008. The
post of Prime Minister was last held by Jomo
Kenyatta between 1963 and 1964 following
independence. Odinga is thus the second
person in Kenya’s history to hold the position.

2013 Presidential Elections
Raila Odinga’s party, Orange Democratic
Movement (ODM) joined Kalonzo Musyoka’s
Wiper Party and Moses Wetangula’s Ford
Kenya (FK) in a CORD coalition (Coalition for
Reforms and Democracy) for the presidential
race with Raila as the presidential candidate
and Kalonzo as his running mate.
Raila ran for President in the elections held
on 4 March 2013 and garnered 5,340,546
votes (43.70%) out of the 12,221,053 valid
votes cast. Uhuru Kenyatta garnered
6,173,433 votes (50.51%). As this was above
the 50% plus 1 vote threshold, Uhuru won it
on the first round without requiring a run-
off between the top two candidates.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries
Commission (IEBC) therefore officially
declared Uhuru Kenyatta the president elect
on Saturday 9 March at 2:44pm. Uhuru was
set to take office as Kenya’s 4th president.
However, Raila Odinga in a press conference
shortly after the results were announced
noted that the election had been marred by
massive failures by the BVR kits, EVID
(electronic voter identification or
“Pollbooks”), RTS (results transmission system
or “tallying system”) and the RPS (results
presentation or “transmissions system”). He
stated that the manual tallying was suspect
leaving him no choice but to contest the result
in Kenya’s highest court, The Supreme Court.
IEBC made claims on TV and media
that there were “technological challenges”,
that “servers overloaded” and that “database
The co-hosting of the IEBC server and the TNA
server also formed one of its greatest
arguments in the piece of evidence.
According to the rejected submission, IEBC
allowed Kencall EPZ to co-host both its
database and that of the TNA on the same
server with an IP address, which
Odinga through his lawyers argued compromised
the integrity of the electoral process.
Kenya’s chief justice Dr. Willy Mutunga
announced on Monday, 11 March that the
Supreme Court was fully formed and ready to
deliver its judgment within 14 days as
stipulated by the Constitution of Kenya.
During the Petition hearing, Chief Justice Willy
Mutunga made a finding rejecting second
affidavit of Raila Odinga which comprised 900
pages, on the basis that it amounted to “new
evidence” which is not permitted under the

Subsequently, The Supreme Court
issued a ruling dismissing the petition on 30
March 2013. The Supreme Court while declaring
Uhuru the next President.
Raila Odinga now serves the Republic of Kenya
as the Leader of the Official Opposition keen
to ensure the full and proper implementation
of the Constitution of Kenya 2010, the
promotion of democratic ideals and the
protection of equity & justice in our society.

We’ve improved ease of doing business, from No. 136 to No. 92 since 2013


Courtesy @thevoter
The Government has prepared a national trade development policy aimed at improving the country’s business environment, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said.

He said the policy – which recognizes the private sector as the key driver of economic development – has created a platform for an enabling business-friendly regulatory framework for the trade sector.

“But even as we celebrate the achievements that have made it possible for us to stand here today, let me remind you all, once again, that the private sector is not an end in itself.  Its role is to generate the jobs and growth that will bring freedom and prosperity.  Kenyans expect no less.  Kenyans will settle for no less,” President Kenyatta said.

The President was speaking when he officially opened the iconic multi-billion Two Rivers Mall at Runda in Nairobi.

President Kenyatta pointed out that easing of the business climate has always been at the heart of his Administration’s economic policy.

“I am very pleased to report substantial progress.  In 2013, when we began, Kenya was ranked 136th in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index.  Since then, we’ve moved up 44 positions,” the President said.

He added: “And, I must say, I am grateful for the help we have received from the private sector – both formally and informally – as it has constantly engaged us, always seeking improvement.”

President Kenyatta emphasized the need for positive transformation that will ensure full exploitation of the country’s potential to create jobs for the youth.

“I speak to young people often: they are full of energy; and they are ready to work, and most importantly, they are innovative.  We need to find them dignified and rewarding work; work that enables them to use their talents to the full,” the President said.

He added: “We need transformation because it is the only way we will promote prosperity and conquer poverty in this country.”

Noting that the path to prosperity and freedom is by growing the economy and ensuring the benefits of growth are equitably shared, President Kenyatta said that is the transformation his Administration is promoting.

The President described the opening of the new shopping mall asa step on that road to prosperity and freedom for every Kenyan, applauding the partnership between foreign and local investors that made the project successful.

Noting that the Industrial Commercial Development Corporation (ICDC)  and the Co-operative Bank of Kenya played a role in the project, the President said it showed that the country’s financial sector has matured.

He expressed satisfaction that a significant proportion of inputs in the project were procured locally – a move which spreads the benefits of the project right through the economy.

“Indeed, I gather that Two Rivers has already created about 2,500 jobs, and that this number is expected to quadruple to 10,000 as subsequent phases of this project are implemented,” the President said.

Other speakers included Industrialization Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohamed, Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero, Centum Investment Company Chairman Chris Kirubi, Chief Executive Officer James Mworia and Chinese Ambassador Liu Xianfa.