Of Kalonzo and Kiraitu: Something to declare

February 17, 2006 at 10:50 am Leave a comment

1. Kalonzo – Our “experts” told us at the time that
the reason Kibs made it to be the sole opposition
candidate was because he appeard to be a moderate and,
to be a compromise candidate, had made a paltry few
enemies on the local political scene throughout his
career. A Mr. Nice Guy, if you know what I mean.
Kalonzo loves to portray himself as such. There’s an
urgent need to not let him or anyone else get the big
prize so easily this time round. He, like everyone
of them, is a carcass fit for the hounds on this and
other fora!

2. The Truth & Reconcilliation thing: I lost some
friends and relatives to the ethnic clashes that
rocked our country between 1992 and 1997. I was
therefore pleasantly suprised when my editor at one of
the Kenyan media houses assigned me to cover one of
the public hearings of the Makau team. Makau, Mutava,
Ali Shee and Amukowa Anangwe were all there. The
stuff that came out of the day’s hearings would make
Escape from Sobibor look like a Sunday school picnic!
So I was dissapointed by Kiraitu in this respect
while he was still in charge of his justice docket,
whatever the excuse. I hope Martha does something in
this respect.

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