BBI referendum - My Prediction

#1
I have analyzed 3 elections with convincing success. I have never failed to know the outcome of Kenyan elections.
Here is my analysis of BBI referendum if it does happen. You can hold me to account on this.
The first major defining thing that shall be clear to everyone when BBI referendum takes place is that majority of voters shall not turn up to vote. Less than 40% of registered voters shall turn up to vote in the BBI referendum.
The other major thing that shall define the BBI referendum is that compared to 2010 referendum which was hugely popular with wananchi BBI is really unpopular and as such the number of NO votes as a percentage of the total votes cast shall be substantial. The BBI referendum shall be 50 50 but the BBI could sail through because many people opposed to it won't turn up to vote because they feel its unnecessary and at the same time there will be no major political faction opposing and campaigning against it.
Wait for the BBI referendum to happen and then question me on my prediction when the votes have been counted and finalized
 

mishale

Village Elder
#2
good.
we can agree the shoe isn't pinching us the way people want us to believe/think. (calls for change and uprising/revolution)
and this is due to the fact that we don't have shoes to wear to pinch us.

maybe one day, someone will give us the shoes and we feel the pinch.
 
#3
I have analyzed 3 elections with convincing success. I have never failed to know the outcome of Kenyan elections.
Here is my analysis of BBI referendum if it does happen. You can hold me to account on this.
The first major defining thing that shall be clear to everyone when BBI referendum takes place is that majority of voters shall not turn up to vote. Less than 40% of registered voters shall turn up to vote in the BBI referendum.
The other major thing that shall define the BBI referendum is that compared to 2010 referendum which was hugely popular with wananchi BBI is really unpopular and as such the number of NO votes as a percentage of the total votes cast shall be substantial. The BBI referendum shall be 50 50 but the BBI could sail through because many people opposed to it won't turn up to vote because they feel its unnecessary and at the same time there will be no major political faction opposing and campaigning against it.
Wait for the BBI referendum to happen and then question me on my prediction when the votes have been counted and finalized
Kojoa ulale.
 

kush yule mnono

Retired Hekaya Master
#7
I have analyzed 3 elections with convincing success. I have never failed to know the outcome of Kenyan elections.
Here is my analysis of BBI referendum if it does happen. You can hold me to account on this.
The first major defining thing that shall be clear to everyone when BBI referendum takes place is that majority of voters shall not turn up to vote. Less than 40% of registered voters shall turn up to vote in the BBI referendum.
The other major thing that shall define the BBI referendum is that compared to 2010 referendum which was hugely popular with wananchi BBI is really unpopular and as such the number of NO votes as a percentage of the total votes cast shall be substantial. The BBI referendum shall be 50 50 but the BBI could sail through because many people opposed to it won't turn up to vote because they feel its unnecessary and at the same time there will be no major political faction opposing and campaigning against it.
Wait for the BBI referendum to happen and then question me on my prediction when the votes have been counted and finalized
You predition is incomplete. Priss tell us which side will carry the day
 

livefire

Village Elder
#9
I have analyzed 3 elections with convincing success. I have never failed to know the outcome of Kenyan elections.
Here is my analysis of BBI referendum if it does happen. You can hold me to account on this.
The first major defining thing that shall be clear to everyone when BBI referendum takes place is that majority of voters shall not turn up to vote. Less than 40% of registered voters shall turn up to vote in the BBI referendum.
The other major thing that shall define the BBI referendum is that compared to 2010 referendum which was hugely popular with wananchi BBI is really unpopular and as such the number of NO votes as a percentage of the total votes cast shall be substantial. The BBI referendum shall be 50 50 but the BBI could sail through because many people opposed to it won't turn up to vote because they feel its unnecessary and at the same time there will be no major political faction opposing and campaigning against it.
Wait for the BBI referendum to happen and then question me on my prediction when the votes have been counted and finalized
Honestly, you have predicted nothing. Anyway its still a No... Nothing less matters as much as the state machinery wields its devious ways. The gap will be unstealable, expect consequences.
 
#10
I have analyzed 3 elections with convincing success. I have never failed to know the outcome of Kenyan elections.
Here is my analysis of BBI referendum if it does happen. You can hold me to account on this.
The first major defining thing that shall be clear to everyone when BBI referendum takes place is that majority of voters shall not turn up to vote. Less than 40% of registered voters shall turn up to vote in the BBI referendum.
The other major thing that shall define the BBI referendum is that compared to 2010 referendum which was hugely popular with wananchi BBI is really unpopular and as such the number of NO votes as a percentage of the total votes cast shall be substantial. The BBI referendum shall be 50 50 but the BBI could sail through because many people opposed to it won't turn up to vote because they feel its unnecessary and at the same time there will be no major political faction opposing and campaigning against it.
Wait for the BBI referendum to happen and then question me on my prediction when the votes have been counted and finalized
According to your prediction which camp will win?
 

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