Uhuru Should Dialogue With Raila To Save Kenya

#1
After the elections on 26th, after Uhuru is sworn in for his 2nd and final term, I hope he will open dialogue with Raila and offer him something prestigious.

I suggest he offer him the position of Kenyan Ambassador to Brazil or Columbia.
 
#18
So you want RAT to be rewarded? For what? His violent uprisings? What lessons will future inheritors of his brand of politics like babu owino learn? That violence pays?
Ona reke njarie rúthiomi rwitú. Kaí andú matakíúí itherú?? Haiya!! Kaí andú mekúrakara, na riuma o itherú?

Ona ngwíciragia andú nímekúúria, ní kíí ndíroiga múthuuri úcio atúarwo kúría kúhandagwo bangi… Múbango uuma kúiganania andú aría matarenda búrúri úthií na mbere.
 
#19
“So it has come down to this: The US and the UK have not spoken since the astonishing confession by IEBC chairman Chebukati that he cannot guarantee that the election slated for 26 October will be free and fair ...

“Roselyn Akombe's comments were even more startling, including her view that most Commissioners are keen to have an election even if it is at the cost of the lives of our staff and voters,” reads part of the statement by Raila Odinga’s Adviser, Salim Lone.

I know Mr Lone acquired US citizenship several years ago. However, he is still among members of the ‘evil civil society’ being used by foreigners to try to execute a coup in order to install their preferred man as president, and destroy the country in the process.

In previous posts, I have named many of these foreign funded saboteurs including Sarah Elderkin. Add Salim Lone to the list. Kazi kwako NIS.

Raila’s ‘Civil Society Friends’ on the Attack
 

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