@Spear & @NattyDread

KinduKiega

Village Elder
#1
I have picked your handles from among many because you guys seem to share the same corridors with the current administration. My assumption is based on how the two of you defend the govt and I think am not wrong, you really are ardent supporters of the Jubilee government. Before I go further let me also state that I happen to support the regime purely because of its track record in development in terms of infrastructure, peace prevalence ,health,agriculture,promoting democracy, supporting devolved governments just to mention but a few.


Having said that I feel that the current administration is too over confident and think that they have all at their palm yet it seems not.

Why do I say so...look at the situation we are in today. I can only say in as much as we respect the court ruling, we can also say that the man living in the house on the hill was caught unaware. Fully unaware of what is happening on his backyard. The backyard that he claim to be in charge of, he is not proactive but rather reactive (Situation evident on how Kamwana behaved after the SC could nullified the August 8 presidential elections) drunk and hurling insults at his aggressors (pardon it may not be the right word to use) a thing that even I being his supporter scared me stiff.

He is in not above the law but he need more wisdom to alleviate some situations. At the moment in my view the Carmel already has its head inside the tent, we don't know how long it will take for it to have the neck and the eventually the body in the tent but at that moment your guess is as good as mine, someone will be at Ichaweri and the likes of you will be trying as much as possible to win the heart of the regime that will take place for the statusquo to remain.

Another thing I have noted is that Jubilee divide is sending or rather allowing any newly elected person under their ticket on every live television debates/shows and most of these people are embarrassing us. I am not surely why they are always flanked by very intelligent and coherent men and women from the NASA side (I do not know the selection criteria used). I watched a NTV show hosted Larry where I discovered that Alice Wahome is advocate. I am a techie but I think I can give that woman a run for her money if I just perused some Law books for a month or two.

All we are asking is for you to advice the power that be to have decorum. Put the house in order, let the right people represent the political divide in various capacities not every Tom, d*ck and Harry just because they keep mentioning support for Uhuru Muigai in the shows.

Well my few sentiments may seem vitriol but I represent a voice of several. Help us relay the message to the powers that be. I will not go to the extent of saying that some feel that they are being used to fight other people's battles


Uncle @pamba hakuna summary but in a nutshell I want @spear to tell those in the kitchen of the Uthamaki that their food is starting to become tasteless.
 

Purple

Moderator
Staff member
#2
I agree with you. Wakikuyu walikataa masomo for business so we have a lack of coherent, educated lawyers or journalists representing the President. Two, Uhuru lacks counsel. Unfortunately he has surrounded himself with young blood but they are totally clueless. He needs old sages who know history to advise him well. Third, he appointed the wrong people in judiciary. Even in the US the whole idea of winning the presidency is to appoint your yes men to the Supreme Court. It's unconscionable! Office of First Lady in my opinion also needs radical changes to help the president but I will reserve my comments for now.
 

Young

Village Elder
#3
@KinduKiega your osungu.dll not withstanding, ur rant seems to be all over the place. pray do tell which backyard is this that uhuru doesn't know what is happening? are you also suggesting that naswa knew in advance the outcome/ruling?
secondly did you know that Alice Wahome is an elected member of the national assembly? in as much as you think you are more eloquent than her, she persuaded 86% of the voting population in Kandara, can you do that? Ngunjiri Wambugu tho' a turn coat had 97% of the total votes cast in his constituency in Nyeri. what I'm saying is that, they have an audience bigger than you think.
the president gave all Jubilee elected members the go ahead to campaign in any and all platforms on Saturday. put on ur seatbelt, u haven't seen all of them yet.
 

Young

Village Elder
#5
In mathematics, the Jacobian variety J(C) of a non-singular algebraic curve C of genus g is the moduli space of degree 0 line bundles. It is the connected component of the identity in the Picard group of C, hence an abelian variety.
mama saitan unasumbua!
 

KinduKiega

Village Elder
#9
@KinduKiega your osungu.dll not withstanding, ur rant seems to be all over the place. pray do tell which backyard is this that uhuru doesn't know what is happening? are you also suggesting that naswa knew in advance the outcome/ruling?
secondly did you know that Alice Wahome is an elected member of the national assembly? in as much as you think you are more eloquent than her, she persuaded 86% of the voting population in Kandara, can you do that? Ngunjiri Wambugu tho' a turn coat had 97% of the total votes cast in his constituency in Nyeri. what I'm saying is that, they have an audience bigger than you think.
the president gave all Jubilee elected members the go ahead to campaign in any and all platforms on Saturday. put on ur seatbelt, u haven't seen all of them yet.
Samehea mimi for Osungu.dll but I had to vent man
 
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MaryJane

Guest
#11
Our problem is we choose to place our tight asses on a pedestal. We are very good at pointing fingers.
Just because he hasn't said it before, it doesn't mean that there isn't a big problem with our judicial system. Injunctions and jailing of chicken thieves is the legacy of our judicial system.
Politicians issue threats to institutions left right and centre but we as a people choose to nitpick what to rant about depending on our alignment.
The court subverted the will of the of the 8M who voted Uhuru. Of course he is hurt, and deeply hurt for that matter. But you know what, I would rather he rant about it than incite the populace to violent riots, then sit back watch them get clobbered by police and afterwards shed crocodile tears in condolences while milking family grief for political mileage.
 

KinduKiega

Village Elder
#13
@KinduKiega your osungu.dll not withstanding, ur rant seems to be all over the place. pray do tell which backyard is this that uhuru doesn't know what is happening? are you also suggesting that naswa knew in advance the outcome/ruling?
secondly did you know that Alice Wahome is an elected member of the national assembly? in as much as you think you are more eloquent than her, she persuaded 86% of the voting population in Kandara, can you do that? Ngunjiri Wambugu tho' a turn coat had 97% of the total votes cast in his constituency in Nyeri. what I'm saying is that, they have an audience bigger than you think.
the president gave all Jubilee elected members the go ahead to campaign in any and all platforms on Saturday. put on ur seatbelt, u haven't seen all of them yet.
Well if you re-read my post yet again,I talked of all the elected under jubilee government,that mean they were all able to convince masses hence their current title,but mjamaa if we allow all of them to the public podium to present Muthamaki's view on matters of National growth,I think we are duped,all can say something but not all can be coherent
 
#14
Third, he appointed the wrong people in judiciary. Even in the US the whole idea of winning the presidency is to appoint your yes men to the Supreme Court. It's unconscionable!
He miscalculated the risk the enemy is willing to take, a very costly error which statesmen should never make. He thought having control of the NIS is enough. He should have learnt from Moi who after the 1982 coup attempt decided to surround himself with yes men, even flooding the police force with kalenjins. It was the only way he could govern the country however unfortunate. Let's hope he has learnt the lesson. Ruto I know will adapt and be tough.
 

Young

Village Elder
#15
Well if you re-read my post yet again,I talked of all the elected under jubilee government,that mean they were all able to convince masses hence their current title,but mjamaa if we allow all of them to the public podium to present Muthamaki's view on matters of National growth,I think we are duped,all can say something but not all can be coherent
I do not see where coherency has deemed them ineffective, the fact is that they were able to convince people to vote for them. they are still speaking to the same people and hoping to convince even more.......
He miscalculated the risk the enemy is willing to take, a very costly error which statesmen should never make. He thought having control of the NIS is enough. He should have learnt from Moi who after the 1982 coup attempt decided to surround himself with yes men, even flooding the police force with kalenjins. It was the only way he could govern the country however unfortunate. Let's hope he has learnt the lesson. Ruto I know will adapt and be tough.
you honestly need to read the constitution, those days are behind us.
 

dabu

Village Elder
#16
I watched a NTV show hosted Larry where I discovered that Alice Wahome is advocate. I am a techie but I think I can give that woman a run for her money if I just perused some Law books for a month or two.
That show by Larry (as is the case with all his shows) was as chaotic as the city market fish section. I had just switched stations from Citizen where Hussein Mohamed was hosting Moses Kajwang and Kipchumba Murkomen and you have to give it to Hussein coz he held his port and some meaningful debate took place.
Having said that, your assessment of Wahome maybe informed by reactions on social media, especially twitter, where there is a brigade of jacks of all trades because she has been a regular on NTV's AM live where she's in a panel of the likes of Anyang Nyongo. She might not be eloquent for your liking but she does speak to that ordinary voter in Kandara who saw fit to re-elect her
 

Purple

Moderator
Staff member
#17
He miscalculated the risk the enemy is willing to take, a very costly error which statesmen should never make. He thought having control of the NIS is enough. He should have learnt from Moi who after the 1982 coup attempt decided to surround himself with yes men, even flooding the police force with kalenjins. It was the only way he could govern the country however unfortunate. Let's hope he has learnt the lesson. Ruto I know will adapt and be tough.
Kabisa. Even Kibaki was better with Evans Mucheru as CJ. You wonder who advises UK?
 
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MaryJane

Guest
#19
He miscalculated the risk the enemy is willing to take, a very costly error which statesmen should never make. He thought having control of the NIS is enough. He should have learnt from Moi who after the 1982 coup attempt decided to surround himself with yes men, even flooding the police force with kalenjins. It was the only way he could govern the country however unfortunate. Let's hope he has learnt the lesson. Ruto I know will adapt and be tough.
What of the face of the "Nation"? Everybody's person must eat and if they don't you'll not hear the end of it.
 

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