Ona vile kesi zimefanya Kidero

#1
Corporate thug cant believe turn of events. Didn't know that power is temporary and went on a looting spree like Nairobi was a going concern. Obviously, he stole much much more but just like Al Capone, they want to nail him with one solid case.
The tens of prime plots he bought - in Kilimani Kileleshwa et al - with stolen loot cant prevent his fast ageing. The tears of Mumias farmers must also be very haunting.

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Good old days. Exactly 2 years ago. IMG_20190615_002512.jpg
 
#4
Kidero's case is quite interesting. Why should a middle cadre thief like Kidesh be tormented in a country like 254 where impunity and first class theft occurs 24/7?

It looks like Kidero lacks the political nuances that get jailbirds like Sonko out of jail. Kidero needs a good political strategist to iron out the little issues that cause Kenyan sleuths to haul him to court whenever they feel like. He has the money, and can afford to get the police off his back.

I will support the prosecution of Kidero (if guilty) when Kenya gets really serious about graft. At present, I am firmly in the Kidero tosa camp for the simple reason that the application of justice in Kenya seems to be target selective.

I hope the dude survives the current onslaught
 
#5
Corporate thug cant believe turn of events. Didn't know that power is temporary and went on a looting spree like Nairobi was a going concern. Obviously, he stole much much more but just like Al Capone, they want to nail him with one solid case.
The tens of prime plots he bought - in Kilimani Kileleshwa et al - with stolen loot cant prevent his fast ageing. The tears of Mumias farmers must also be very haunting.

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Good old days. Exactly 2 years ago. View attachment 242939
Most of these looters huwa stressed sana with 90% chance having life threatening diseases like cancer and diabetes
Hizi pesa wanaiba haiwasaidii..
 
#6
Kidero's case is quite interesting. Why should a middle cadre thief like Kidesh be tormented in a country like 254 where impunity and first class theft occurs 24/7?

It looks like Kidero lacks the political nuances that get jailbirds like Sonko out of jail. Kidero needs a good political strategist to iron out the little issues that cause Kenyan sleuths to haul him to court whenever they feel like. He has the money, and can afford to get the police off his back.

I will support the prosecution of Kidero (if guilty) when Kenya gets really serious about graft. At present, I am firmly in the Kidero tosa camp for the simple reason that the application of justice in Kenya seems to be target selective.

I hope the dude survives the current onslaught
Nobody cares whether kidero is jailed. They are after his money, not his freedom.
 
#7
This thief should be killed through firing squad. He stole 57B. Unfortunately he was not wise to hide his trial. Hizi nyumba amenunua Kilimani na leafy suburb ASSERT RECOVERY will reposes them. The Court of Appeal gave the ASSERT RECOVERY a new lease of life.
Huyu asset recovery ikichukua Mali yake 2-3 years atakufa juu ya blood pressure.
 
#10
Na hiyo pesa yote hawezi hire a professional hitman to send a message to go slow mafia style.
Kenya is one close-knit society. Hiring or using a hitman cannot work like the way it works in US. The plan will be known by security officials even before the execution. Rumours and facts circulate too fast in this country. Even being a contract killer is not easy in Kenya. Everyone will know what you do and the police will soon come for your head!
 
#11
This thief should be killed through firing squad. He stole 57B. Unfortunately he was not wise to hide his trial. Hizi nyumba amenunua Kilimani na leafy suburb ASSERT RECOVERY will reposes them. The Court of Appeal gave the ASSERT RECOVERY a new lease of life.
Huyu asset recovery ikichukua Mali yake 2-3 years atakufa juu ya blood pressure.
I like the sound of that! Za mwizi ni....
 
#12
Kidero's case is quite interesting. Why should a middle cadre thief like Kidesh be tormented in a country like 254 where impunity and first class theft occurs 24/7?

It looks like Kidero lacks the political nuances that get jailbirds like Sonko out of jail. Kidero needs a good political strategist to iron out the little issues that cause Kenyan sleuths to haul him to court whenever they feel like. He has the money, and can afford to get the police off his back.

I will support the prosecution of Kidero (if guilty) when Kenya gets really serious about graft. At present, I am firmly in the Kidero tosa camp for the simple reason that the application of justice in Kenya seems to be target selective.

I hope the dude survives the current onslaught
Inakaa hii pesa alikugawia kidogo!
 
#15
Kidero's case is quite interesting. Why should a middle cadre thief like Kidesh be tormented in a country like 254 where impunity and first class theft occurs 24/7?

It looks like Kidero lacks the political nuances that get jailbirds like Sonko out of jail. Kidero needs a good political strategist to iron out the little issues that cause Kenyan sleuths to haul him to court whenever they feel like. He has the money, and can afford to get the police off his back.

I will support the prosecution of Kidero (if guilty) when Kenya gets really serious about graft. At present, I am firmly in the Kidero tosa camp for the simple reason that the application of justice in Kenya seems to be target selective.

I hope the dude survives the current onslaught
Mafikira ya mtu ametoka kulamba menses za malaya
 
#20
What exactly has Kidero stolen?
He stole nothing. Kidero is a hard working man who became a billionaire because of his business acumen. He has a string of companies that manufacture everything from building materials to car parts saving the country needed foreign exchange. Kidero's group of companies are estimated to employ over 6000 Kenyans.
As the first and immediate former governor of Nairobi, Kidero inherited a dirty and corrupt city. In his first 5 years in office, he,initiated a major cleanup campaign and sorted the perennial traffic jams that plagued the city. He streamlined the procurement and revenue collection departments that saw corruption become a thing of the past. Revenue rose 3 fold every year for the 5 years he was in office. By the time he was leaving office, water shortages and petty crime in Nairobi were things of yester years.
Out of office, Kidero is now being hounded by corrupt cartels who want to return Nairobi to where it was pre 2013.
Pray for Kidero folks.
 
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