Tano Tena (Attn: RWNEBP)

Kana Kega

Village Elder
#1
Comrades,

First and foremost, I wish to commend thee for the honourable manner in which you handled yourselves after the debacle that was the SCOK ruling. Not a single stone was thrown in Nyeri town. Not a single tyre was burnt in Kitengela. Not a single teargas cannister was lobbed by riot police in Taita Taveta. Not a single bullet was fired in Mandera. It is my firm belief that the restraint shown in 'expressing our disappointment' has already added to our 54%. I'd like to remind each and every one of us that we have a chance to re-validate our choice for PORK 60 days from today. The judgement may have caught us by surprise hence the need for us to prepare well for the next election. We must demonstrate to the world that the will of the people was what was announced by the IEBC and shall be re-affirmed come next election day.

Call to Action
Come election day, it is imperative that we show the same enthusiasm exhibited on 8th August. We must TURN OUT in large numbers and make the same statement we made on election day. If possible, please preserve your ID cards. Have them on your person only when absolutely necessary. Guard that plastic card with your life. Silaha ni kura!

In conclusion, let us keep up the spirit. It was open to all and sundry that the petition's foundation was built on quick-sand and the decision announced today was based more on political rather than legal considerations. Nevertheless, all is not lost. We have a golden chance to free this country from the clutches of hopelessness, desperation and poverty. We must jealously guard our right to make a change by turning out to vote. Let's our voices be heard through the ballot rather than the courts. Let's make Kenya great again!

Aluta Continua
 
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dolphin

Senior Villager
#2
Comrades,

First and foremost, I wish to commend thee for the honourable manner in which you handled yourselves after the debacle that was the SCOK ruling. Not a single stone was thrown in Nyeri town. Not a single tyre was burnt in Kitengela. Not a single teargas cannister was lobbed by riot police in Taita Taveta. Not a single bullet was fired in Mandera. The restraint shown in 'expressing our disappointment' has already added to our 54%. I'd like to remind each and every one of us that we have a chance to re-validate our choice for PORK 60 days from today. The judgement may have caught us by surprise hence the need for us to prepare well for the next election. We must demonstrate to the world that the will of the people was what was announced by the IEBC and shall be re-affirmed come next election day.

Call to Action
Come election day, it is imperative that we show the same enthusiasm exhibited on 8th August. We must TURN OUT in large numbers and make the same statement we made on election day. If possible, please preserve your ID cards. Have them on your person only when absolutely necessary. Guard that plastic card with your life. Silaha ni kura!

In conclusion, let us keep up the spirit. It was open to all and sundry that the petition's foundation was built on quick-sand and the decision announced today was based more on political rather than legal considerations. Nevertheless, all is not lost. We have a golden chance to free this country from the clutches of hopelessness, desperation and poverty. We must jealously guard our right to make a change by turning out to vote. Let's our voices be heard through the ballot rather than the courts. Let's make Kenya great again!

Aluta Continua
sante sana house
 

ndume

Village Elder
#8
The only thing the court has done is to harden peoples position. Turn out will be low, except in strongholds. You can therefore easily predict the results. In addition, the voting pattern is clear now and people have an idea about the strength of each candidate.
 
#14
Comrades,

First and foremost, I wish to commend thee for the honourable manner in which you handled yourselves after the debacle that was the SCOK ruling. Not a single stone was thrown in Nyeri town. Not a single tyre was burnt in Kitengela. Not a single teargas cannister was lobbed by riot police in Taita Taveta. Not a single bullet was fired in Mandera. It is my firm belief that the restraint shown in 'expressing our disappointment' has already added to our 54%. I'd like to remind each and every one of us that we have a chance to re-validate our choice for PORK 60 days from today. The judgement may have caught us by surprise hence the need for us to prepare well for the next election. We must demonstrate to the world that the will of the people was what was announced by the IEBC and shall be re-affirmed come next election day.

Call to Action
Come election day, it is imperative that we show the same enthusiasm exhibited on 8th August. We must TURN OUT in large numbers and make the same statement we made on election day. If possible, please preserve your ID cards. Have them on your person only when absolutely necessary. Guard that plastic card with your life. Silaha ni kura!

In conclusion, let us keep up the spirit. It was open to all and sundry that the petition's foundation was built on quick-sand and the decision announced today was based more on political rather than legal considerations. Nevertheless, all is not lost. We have a golden chance to free this country from the clutches of hopelessness, desperation and poverty. We must jealously guard our right to make a change by turning out to vote. Let's our voices be heard through the ballot rather than the courts. Let's make Kenya great again!

Aluta Continua

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