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Tom Bayeye

Kinyozi wa Stima
#22
Were in not for Moi the man would have lived longer
kila kitu Moi,Moi,did you know every government has a government within itself that determines what's what,even moi did not know some of the shenanigans that went on.As a president you are an employee like the rest,any information is on a need to know basis,hata putin mkubwa alishangazwa na poisoning ya ile traitor huko UK.The government gets fucked by the inner workings of shady characters,Ukileta nyeff nyeff kama mutu ya siasa better grab some lube and prepare your anus coz its going to be uncomfortable.Vitu kama handshake sio kamwana anapanga usiku ya kuamkia,kuna wenyeji na ni ma beneficiaries .Proof ni muhimu buda
 
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Kimakia

Guest
#27
kila kitu Moi,Moi,did you know every government has a government within itself that determines what's what,even moi did not know some of the shenanigans that went on.As a president you are an employee like the rest,any information is on a need to know basis,hata putin mkubwa alishangazwa na poisoning ya ile traitor huko UK.The government gets fucked by the inner workings of shady characters,Ukileta nyeff nyeff kama mutu ya siasa better grab some lube and prepare your anus coz its going to be uncomfortable.Vitu kama handshake sio kamwana anapanga usiku ya kuamkia,kuna wenyeji na ni ma beneficiaries .Proof ni muhimu buda
Go home you are high.We shall revist this when you grey matter is not concentrated with the fermented barley that I sold brewerly few months ago
 

obienga

Village Elder
#31
10. The Petitioner in addition states that prior to his detention, he suffered from mild high blood pressure for which he was receiving treatment and was able to manage the condition with a good diet and regular exercise. However, he states that upon his detention, he was denied proper medical treatment despite his deteriorating health leading to an escalation of the blood pressure. He adds that his personal doctor was denied access to him and instead, he was visited by a prison doctor who according to him, administered sub-standard treatment which was of no use at all. That it was not until 4th June, 1991 after his illness had by then greatly aggravated that he was finally taken to Nairobi Hospital and admitted. It is at that point that it transpired that he had suffered a severe and debilitating stroke from which he has never recovered.

11. The Petitioner also states that despite his prolonged treatment which ensued after that, his condition worsened with time and continues to deteriorate, as a result of which, he has been confined to a wheelchair. He submits that he is in constant need of medical care leading to vast medical expenses.

12. The Petitioner has further contended that due to the detention and the resultant ill health, he is no longer as physically fit as he was and his business interests have greatly suffered causing him immense financial damage. He submits in that regard that whereas he had previously enjoyed good health and that his business flourished due to his great business acumen, attention, focus and energy when his health deteriorated, his businesses were greatly affected as he could no longer dedicate his time and also participate in crucial decision making in the interests of his business empire.

13. In particular, he argues that as a result of the illness suffered following his detention; five (5) of his businesses have had to be sold to settle accumulating liabilities. The said businesses are: Alliance Developments Limited, Alliance Hotels Limited, NaroMoru River Lodge Limited, Hillcrest School Limited and Hillcrest Secondary School Limited which were put on receivership by the Barclays Bank (K) Limited and eventually sold off to pay debts owed to the bank. http://kenyalaw.org/caselaw/cases/view/1222/
 

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