@Budspencer.....................

FieldMarshal CouchP

The Oracle of Ndeiya
#1
Kuna mahali nimesoma umeandika eti you and your wife didn't care to vote eti because you knew it was going to be a 'landslide' for Uhuruto any way.

All the respect I had for you has just gone down the drain like that. I mean, how can you be such a navel-gazing asshole surely when we have been waging 'war' here daily and encouraging each other to tokea tokea?

I was unwell today but I drove from Nairobi to Kijabe (round trip of 140kms) braved some huge trucks and potholes, to cast my vote and when I get back home I find you bragging about not being bothered? You think your online support for Uhuruto counts for anything if you can't even walk to a polling station?

What would happen if everybody shrugged off their shoulders and just walked away?

I am honestly hurt in a personal way. There are people here I expect much of, and you were one of them. I personally respect people with a passion, people who stand for something which is why I never get bothered with people like @Grundy - THEY STAND FOR SOMETHING.

Do you? Shame on you, sir.
 
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Kimakia

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#5
Personally I traversed 3 counties to go and vote,very early indeed.It was rainy na kibii (mist) ya Limuru,then i read that comment by Budspencer,my heart sunk.Altogether am not hurt coz my vote will not be in vain
 

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#13
Actually, that was very nice of you. IT RAISES turn-out and legitimises Uhuru's win................
What win? What election?

This has to be the most shambolic exercise I have ever seen. You cannot be a president with those numbers I saw at the polling stations.

Utaambia nini watu? Ati it was Democratic? Roho safi uhunye ako na kibarua in the coming days
 

FieldMarshal CouchP

The Oracle of Ndeiya
#15
What win? What election?

This has to be the most shambolic exercise I have ever seen. You cannot be a president with those numbers I saw at the polling stations.

Utaambia nini watu? Ati it was Democratic? Roho safi uhunye ako na kibarua in the coming days
I thought Chebukatineza has said that turn-out so far is about 48% of registered voters? Withe all the interruptions and intimidation, that's pretty good considering Uhuru is getting all the votes - he'll about make his 8/8 tally................................
 

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#19
I thought Chebukatineza has said that turn-out so far is about 48% of registered voters? Withe all the interruptions and intimidation, that's pretty good considering Uhuru is getting all the votes - he'll about make his 8/8 tally................................
Those numbers cannot even reach 30%.

50% threshold won't be achieved unless they cook numbers. Unlike you mzee, me ni kijana. Nilianza Roundi 10
 

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