Sinister motives about ‘returning home’

1. Onyango Oloo – a man who spent years of radio airtime telling Luos why Raila was the worst thing to ever happen to them..but who today has all the secrets Baba needed to be president

2. Odoyo Owidi – who wrote acres of articles on the siege mentality Odingaism has created in Luo Nyanza and why no rational Kenyan should give Rao a chance…but who today believes Agwambo is Kenya’s savoir

3. Miguna Miguna – Who didn’t stop at peeling Raila’s mask, but went a head to call him an unpresidential illiterate on numerous TV and radio shows…but who today has some of the most endearing adjectives for Jakom

Her question was, what evil did Tinga commit against me that I wouldn’t let go and join ‘my people’ in campaigning for ‘our own’ now that the stakes were so high? Since she looked and sounded genuine, I decided to respond…

I reminded her that unlike the people she mentioned, I was yet to contest on ODM ticket and got rigged out and never worked for Raila only to be fired via SMS. In other words, my disagreements are purely ideological..nothing personal.

I went on to state that I didn’t care if angels descended to campaign for the ODM Owner

1. As long as he still thinks Luo supporters are bargaining chips (who he can send to early graves to achieve short-term selfish political ambitions) he is NOT MY OWN

2. Unless he gives priority to the economic empowerment of our people (used his massive influence to revive the dying agricultural sector and the fishing industry in Luo Nyanza) HE’LL REMAIN A STRANGER

3. Until he stops using violence on innocent Kenyans (opponents), scaring away investors and fueling ethnic hate (among other selfish acts) in the name of pursing a presidential ambition, HE REMAINS UNPRESIDENTIAL


Raila thrives in chaos

If you thought Raila would come out and condemn those goons who lynched our mothers in Kisumu then you’ll wait a little longer. That’s how he has trained his people, intolerance. Kalonzo Musyoka in 2011 when he was still in his rightful mind(nowadays he never thinks) once said ‘ The Prime minister thrives where there’s chaos, violence and confusion’.

I once told you a story when I was at Signature club in Kisumu on the eve of reading the presidential dispute court verdict, I had gone to help my cousin sister move her belongings to Eldoret, she requested for a transfer due to political caused insecurities. She succeeded, as per majority’s expectations, we thought Maraga would uphold the reelection of Uhuru so the aftermath in Kisumu would be worse than violence.

We were to move her things that night but the car developed a mechanical problem with the brakes which took the whole night at the garage within town to make, by the way Luo mechanics are the best people you can ever interact with, they are among the few liberated from the yolk of Odingaism, one told me ” Wacha tuwasaidie bwana unajua Maraga asiposema baba hakusindwa mutateseka hapa these people are very bad”, by two O’clock at night they were done but another problem developed, the gate of the residence was closed, Jaduong the gateman was conspicuously missing with his cellular gadget off, probably he was stealing someone’s honey jar without signed form 34b within the neighborhood.

The whole process was pushed to the morning, my cousin sister was residing at Mamboleo, by the time we were done packing, the court verdict was read out, screams of rejoice took over the street’s and I thought we were lucky they’ll be peace but alas, I was informed jubilee affiliated tribes are being robbed and beaten in town.

Am not a man of conventional prayers but that day I whispered a request of protection from God, Owino an acquaintance whom I have always shared a meal with whenever I visit my sister in the plot gave us three NASA t-shirts as a security just in case.

We hit the road but there was a problem at the main stage, it was fully crowded and some goons were doing thorough check up on the cars especially to those who deemed not to celebrate, one spotted our pickup with a Kalenjin logo on the front and he alerted their fellows, they came running but distracted by an escaping young man who jumped out of a ‘United bread company’ lorry, he fell down and the gang frogmarched him to the centre of the crowd, I don’t know what happened to him, I only heard echoes of cries. We quickly wore the T-shirts, the goons came back but seeing the attire, one shouted, “Hii watu ni ya Baba bwana” and they passed to the next vehicle, sigh of relief, we finally made it out of the tragedy, we later donated the T-shirts out of the window to the needy at Awasi junction on our way to Eldoret.

When the gods want to destroy you…

When the gods want to destroy a man they first make him mad

1. You campaign by telling people your victory will be stolen…only to end up with a demoralized lot…lowest voter turnout in your strongholds…costing you millions of votes

2. You spend 4 years promising inter-ethnic violence after your victory is stolen…only to end up scaring your supporters to their rural homes…costing you hundreds of thousands of votes

3. Launching a funds drive towards an election you are threatening to boycott or sabotage…only to end up discouraging contributors…leaving you so broke that all you can do is call press conferences and do impromptu slum rallies.


Just in case you forgot

Just in xase yiu forgot, i can authoritatively confirm that the repeat election will go on as scheduled i.e on Oct 17.

We can also confirm that Uhuru supporters will turn out in their largest number yet to prove to the world in no uncertain terms that our August 8 victory was unfairly taken away from us…by voting him overwhelmingly.

So, kindly ignore Ajos and his hourly pressers (characterized by llogical demands…aimed at sabotaging the repeat election). In fact, ignore the evil society and the partisan judiciary. They can only do as much.

Instead, go out there and convince those who didn’t vote to (this time) do so for Daktari. Let’s get it from 8 to 10m votes.

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