Truly, saitan is a liar!

Can you imagine

Instead of using the county funds to set up fish cooling plants along the shores of Lake Victoria (so that our fishermen don’t have to sell fish at a throwaway price to middle men) people like Governor Awiti would rather loot Ksh 2 billion to fund his party leader’s endless campaigns.

Guess what they tell the poor fishermen…Oh, Kenyatta took fish processing company to Thika…Oh we are marginalized…Oh fishing will start paying when Baba becomes president…

And the fishermen, who you’d expect to rebel with such insulting excuses, yell in support…

Instead of holding the local leadership accountable, they are sulking and blaming Kenyatta for taking the fish processing plant to Thika.

You’d think Kenyatta resurrected after devolution and stopped Luo Governors from setting up cooling plants or even building a fish processing plant.

 

You are the salt…

 Matthew 5- 13″ Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men”
This Scripture has been ringing in my mind. Calvin Burgess of Dominion Farms bitterly complained how Luo Clergy and Christians openly supported the Luo Political leadership, and were afraid to confront the witchcraft using regional leader.
This is one problem I had and still have with the so called Luo Christians that passionately follow Raila.
One, if the Spirit of God dwells in you, you should at least have the Spirit of Discernment. You should at least find out from the Word of God what happens to guys that openly practice Witchcraft and Sorcery like Raila.
If you allow tribalism to make you follow and worship a Sorcerer like Raila, you ought to question your standing with God Almighty.
The biggest disappointment came from the Luo Christians that live in Siaya, and know what happens in Ramogi Hills. These are people that actually see Raila going to make diabolical Sacrifices and blood libation at Ramogi Hills- but still support him
Instead of being the salt and speak against evil, they chose to follow the tribal passions. No wonder very few Luo Christians are taken seriously, and Ohangla and Benga Musicians rule the area.

Raila shifting goal-posts

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Remember this headline on 28th November? Yaani, Raila had to plead and beg Uhuru so that his 80 year old brother gets to represent ODM youth at EALA.
Then after succeeding, he re- appears to start issuing ” threats”.
One more reason I strongly believe that one has to be a total moron, to believe this old joker.
No wonder DP Ruto always laughs when talk about Raila. The guy is a big joke.
The only sad thing is that some Luos lose their lives following the joker.

What is not taught in driving schools, but helpful

By Mureithi Wa Lucy
For New drivers, young drivers – (especially first time drivers who bought cars this year) and are planning to drive to the village this Christmas

A car is very forgiving in city speeds and you will hardly notice any faults as the car will not be subjected to extreme physical conditions of highway speeds, for this reason I will put down what is not taught in driving schools.(nowadays)

1) Service your car – a must. 
Replace worn tyres, replace cv joints, suspension bushes, tie rods, rack ends. Go for alignment and camber adjustment.
To avoid common highway breakdowns, check your battery, check your belts, check your lights, check your indicators.
Most of all: check your spare tyre!!!!

2) Do not overload your car 
Every adult you carry must be seated and belted.
No standing kids – especially those that like to stand kids behind the dashboard – he/she will be severely injured even in a 30kph accident.

3) Do not speed / compete with other drivers.
Give way even when you have right of way.
The first rule of the road is also the one that will ensure you arrive alive.

4) Don’t overtake in a herd – a common habit.
That because you can’t see the front of a long line, you swing to the right when everyone else does so – you will find yourself under the axle of a 22 wheeler trying to get back in lane.
Don’t overtake on blind corners, in heavy rain or whenever you don’t have a clear view of at least 500mtrs ahead of the front vehicle.

5) If your vehicle breaks down. Don’t have your family stand next to the vehicle while you repair with half your butt on the highway. If it is a catastrophic failure and you cant move, have them stand 20 metres away into the bush.
– Do not place your triangle 2 metres behind your car!!!!!!!!!!
Place it at a minimum of 70 metres from where your car has stalled.
– Do not place a tyre on the road.. a sleeping driver will hit it, his front wheels lose contact with the road and he runs into you..

6) Avoid using the aircon. (especially in the low end models) because most have no pollen filters or effective dust filters.. your village visit will become a miserable flu filled ordeal.

7) Stop and sleep if you feel sleepy at any point. Not pouring cold water over your face!

8) For those going to extreme ends of the country. Purchase simple puncture repair kits and mini compressors (a small investment of less than 5k) to avoid spending hours in dangerous and unfamiliar places.

9) Carry light foods in case major accidents cause blockage and you have to spend hours in the car while you wait for the blockage to be cleared. Especially so if you have kids.

10) Familiarize yourself with emergency medical/accident life saving procedures that you or another adult in your entourage can carry out while waiting for help.
Even kids should have on them emergency numbers.

11) If you find an accident on the road with no help in sight, stop to help.. don’t just take pictures to post on your page. Those 5 minutes of your attention might be the difference between someone living or dying.

12) Avoid unnecessary aggression on the road, it will change your judgement and distract you from the matter at hand.

13) Lastly, drive slow. Its a holiday, not an emergency.
Give every action a second thought. Train yourself to be patient and calm in all situations.

Enjoy your holiday.

MUSALIA : YOU STOLE FROM US!

So apparently in the NASA arrangement ANC was supposed to get the Public Accounts Committee chair. In fact on the eve of voting both ODM and ANC party leaders had discussed the issue at length. ANC had proposed Hon. Sakwa Bunyasi and ODM agreed to back him, on voting day Hon. Bunyasi even made a dramatic entry walking into the chambers after everyone, briskly and confidently. Some members even told him “karibu chair” . After voting however he was surprised to get only 3 out of the 18 votes.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi was not amused and called Raila Odinga to protest that ODM members were not whipped to vote for Hon. Bunyasi, Raila told Musalia that they had decided the position was too sensitive and had let members vote for their favourite candidate. A furious Mudavadi then lashed out telling Raila that he had stolen from them.

Ida, NASA chiefs made Raila retreat

The Star

Three NASA principals did not support the much-hyped swearing-in of Raila Odinga as the People’s President, leading to collapse of the plan. Raila, the fourth principal, gave in. The pressure to capitulate was enormous.
There were fears of convulsive violence leading to deaths of innocent supporters, fears that Raila himself would be arrested and jailed for treason for life, fears his legacy would be irredeemably tarnished and his cause of electoral justice and democracy would founder.

IDA’S IDEA?
NASA announced on Sunday that it had postponed the inauguration from today to a later date. Yesterday the Star learnt the decision to call off the ceremony was reached on Sunday after intense discussions among Raila, his family, NASA leaders and diplomats led by US Ambassador Robert Godec. It is understood Raila’s wife Ida told those pushing for Raila’s swearing-in to swear in someone else — not her husband.
She has avoided active politics since she lost her son Fidel in January 2015 and her daughter Rosemary fell sick this year. Ida and other family members were worried Raila could have been jailed for life if he had been sworn-in at the age 72.
“She was very clear the swearing-in was crazy and wondered where it came from,” a family member told the Star.
From the onset, the NASA principals were opposed.

LITTLE SUPPORT
Kalonzo Musyoka of Wiper, also NASA’s Deputy President candidate; Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) and Moses Wetang’ula (Ford-Kenya) all believed inauguration would hurt their cause. Separately and through lieutenants, they urged Raila to drop the idea. Kalonzo, tending to his ailing wife in Germany, raised objections through Wiper leaders, including Governor Kivutha Kibwana and Wiper deputy leader Farah Maalim. Mudavadi and Wetang’ula reportedly spoke with Raila several times last week and at the weekend and pushed for scrapping the idea. Their biggest fear was lack of a plan for what NASA would do after the oath was administered.
They feared a confrontation with the police — who said they would arrest ‘President’ Raila — that could have caused the deaths of many people.

FEAR OF ARREST
“The question asked was what happens after Raila is sworn in? The fact NASA could not protect its supporters made it possible for old counsel to prevail,” a NASA MP told the Star. Even Siaya Senator James Orengo — who was once vociferously in favour of swearing-in — went quiet.
David Ndii, chair of the organising committee and a proponent of secession, is also said to have opposed the oath-taking. Only former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama was steadfastly in support of the inauguration in Mombasa. This was despite warning that everyone involved would be arrested and charged.
US ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec made it clear to Raila the international community would not support his idea. He said swearing-in would be counterproductive and erode Raila’s democratic credentials. Yesterday Godec praised Raila’s move.
“NASA’s decision yesterday (Sunday) is a positive step. We again call for a sustained, open, and transparent national conversation involving all Kenyans to build national unity and address long-standing issues,” he tweeted.
On Friday last week, Godec led a powerful Western envoys’ delegation to Raila’s office where they pleaded with him to back down. The envoys urged him to avoid engaging in any illegal activity.
“I stress the need to uphold the Constitution. We urge the government, opposition and all Kenyans to engage in open, transparent national conversation,” Godec said on Friday.
Raila’s spokesperson Dennis Onyango said NASA is committed to dialogue on security reforms, securing and strengthening the Judiciary, devolution and governance structure. This was rejected by President Uhuru Kenyatta who ruled out any electoral reforms talks. Yesterday Uhuru again said he will not engage in endless politics at the expense of development.
Dismay and anger greeted the decision by NASA to postpone the swearing-in of Raila by supporters, some calling it an act of cowardice. Immediately after the postponement announcement on Sunday, NASA supporters said the coalition had let them down.

PROMISE GOLD, DELIVER TISSUE
Supporters were furious with Raila’s long-time adviser Salim Lone, who tried to justify postponement. Ben Musungu, ODM National Youth Coordinator, said, “Disappointed to the core as was on my way to Mombasa. No phone calls. Don’t know anything,” he wrote on Facebook before pulling it down.
“Welcome to Cord-madness. NASA world. Talk, heave, puff, bluff play games, promise Gold, deliver tissue. Repeat process. Long live Baba,” Political analyst and strategist Benji Ndolo wrote.