Jubilee government is still strong

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There has been a lot of noise lately that Kenya is on fire.
It's just that. Kelele.
Sure we Kenyans have challenges. But those challenges are not caused by the Jubilee government. They existed before this government.
Is Jubilee government working to fix these problems? Yes. Everyday.
Believing what these foreign funded civil society members say about our government is the last thing Kenyans should do.
The clan of civil society and the perpetual failure (read Ojinga) are the biggest obstacle to Kenya's progress. And we're still making progress. We're making progress.
The irony is that just before the 2013 elections, you were drumming support for Peter Kenneth (in every listing on Klist) who received less votes than the number of "followers" he had in Facebook at that time....Now here you are again. Same shit different day.
 
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Okiya

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#22
is that researched information or is it gossip and subjective feelings?
The crude oil price fell from around 105$ ppbl to 60$. That's a 43% drop. The dollar has strengthened from 88 to 96, a 9% increase. The other factors are constant. The decrease in fuel in Kenya is not commensurate to the global shifts in the dollar and crude oil price. Back to my question now, what's your comment on this
 
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Owuadn

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The irony is that just before the 2013 elections, you were drumming support for Peter Kenneth (in every listing on Klist) who received less votes than the number of "followers" he had in Facebook at that time....Now here you are again. Same shit different day.
If Fmungai were here, he would tell you that you're wrong.
 
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There has been a lot of noise lately that Kenya is on fire.
It's just that. Kelele.
Sure we Kenyans have challenges. But those challenges are not caused by the Jubilee government. They existed before this government.
Is Jubilee government working to fix these problems? Yes. Everyday.
Believing what these foreign funded civil society members say about our government is the last thing Kenyans should do.
The clan of civil society and the perpetual failure (read Ojinga) are the biggest obstacle to Kenya's progress. And we're still making progress. We're making progress.
Ndauwo, sio civil society imefanya @mayekeke akuwe stuck kwa jam, sio civil society inafanya makarao wapitishe watu kwa border, sio civil society imefanya @Ice_Cube asihamie shamba yake Kiserian, sio civil society inawacha makabila wauwane wakiibiana ng'ombe. Sio civil society inafanya akina @Luther12 wakuwe na less than ideal working conditions.

Angalia vitu objectively. Unafanya niende side ya @uwesmake with your increasingly idiotic reasoning.
 
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Owuadn

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The crude oil price fell from around 105$ ppbl to 60$. That's a 43% drop. The dollar has strengthened from 88 to 96, a 9% increase. The other factors are constant. The decrease in fuel in Kenya is not commensurate to the global shifts in the dollar and crude oil price. Back to my question now, what's your comment on this
The burden of proof is yours not mine. I need to see the oil prices in different countries before and after the falling of crude oil prices before I can comment on it.
 
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Owuadn

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Ndauwo, sio civil society imefanya @mayekeke akuwe stuck kwa jam, sio civil society inafanya makarao wapitishe watu kwa border, sio civil society imefanya @Ice_Cube asihamie shamba yake Kiserian, sio civil society inawacha makabila wauwane wakiibiana ng'ombe.
Na ni Jubilee imefanya floods?
Ni Jubilee imefanya makabila yauwane? Before 2013 there was no tribal clashes?:eek:
 
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Okiya

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The burden of proof is yours not mine. I need to see the oil prices in different countries before and after the falling of crude oil prices before I can comment on it.
Is fuel price in Kenya determined by prices in other countries? Of what relevance is this information to you answering my question?
 
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How does that help your point that Jubilee government is to blame? If anything you're agreeing that the government cannot stop nature
It is not to blame for the rain. It is to blame for the poor drainage.
And I see that you just stopped answering @Okiya when cornered with facts and direct questions. You aren't helping Jubilee by loosing arguments poorly. Afadhali hata ungenyamaza tu ndio tuwavotie ki-zombie next time. Ukiargue hivi unafanya watu wapambazuke.

@Owuadn
 
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