NCCK Wants Raila To Be In Government, Proposes Office of Prime Minister

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National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has proposed expansion of the Executive arm of the government.

The NCCK has asked that the government creates a Prime Minister, two deputies and official leader of the opposition posts.

They say the posts will ensure a more inclusive government.

According to secretary general, Canon Peter Karanja, the president will appoint the Premiere who will sit in the cabinet.

Mr Karanja has however maintained that the posts are not a way of creating a ‘nusu mkate’ government.

This comes after the IEBC declared Uhuru Kenyatta the duly elected President having garnered 98 per cent of the votes cast on October 26.

The opposition leader, Raila Odinga has maintained that the repeat elections were a sham and is pushing for fresh elections in 90 days.

Choas erupted in various parts of the country during the repeat presidential elections especially in the opposition strongholds.

The Prime Minister’s post was in 2008 created to end the post-election violence that rocked the country, leaving more than 1,000 dead and others displaced.

The post was held by Odinga, deputized by Kenyatta and Musalia Mudavadi.

Kenya will move on

This happens everyday and everywhere. A husband or wife terrorizes his or her spouse. They then walk out of the marriage. As they walk out, they imagine that the spouse will not live without them.
But, the spouse moves on.
At first, the spouse that walks out will expect to be begged and pleaded with.
That does not happen. He or she starts following what’s going on where he or she left. They even know the number of cockroaches in the house, yet they left. They follow every step taken in the house they left.
As time goes by the spouse that walked out gets desperate. Some get violent, many bad mouth.
But life goes on, and goes on, and goes on and on. Days turn into weeks, weeks turn into months, and months turn into years.
That’s how it will feel for him. He will not believe it as Kenya moves on without him.

IEBC respected right ‘NOT TO VOTE’

Thank you IEBC for cancelling repeat election in Luo Nyanza. By respecting their RIGHT NOT TO VOTE, you’ve inadvertently…

1. Just saved several Luo lives (the ones who would have sacrificed themselves to enforce Baba’s anti voting order)

2. Cushioned businesses against looting and destruction…in the name of peaceful demos

3. Spared our roads from furnace and rocks and

4. Given our people a chance to resume normal business.

They, to show solidarity with Raila, sabotaged election (torturing IEBC officials, blocking roads to ensure no material reach the stations and threatening those who wanted to vote). It’s only just to respect their right.

I hope no one will be demanding to vote after vehemently rejecting the process.

You can’t eat your cake and have it!

Raila has 3 simple options

1. Put the country first for the first time in his life, tell Luos to resume normal duty and prepare to face Ruto in 2022.

2. Continue with politics of entitlement, incite as many of his tribesmen as he can to destroy the little that’s left of Luo Nyanza and Luo dominated slums, send a number to early graves…in a desperate attempt to negotiate for power and go down the history as the most selfish politician to have ever lived or

3. Go to his friend Maraga, ask him to nullify Uhuruto’s victory based on Chebukati’s body language…Should guilt stop Maraga from doing what he’s dying to do…Raila would have successfully given his supporters someone to hate…as he prepares for 2022