I refuse to believe these

September 29, 2006 at 5:29 am 3 comments

*I refuse to believe that the Molo affair could have lasted this long. I like the government’s intentions as explained by Dr. Mutua jana – nothing comparable to that thus far – but I refuse to believe this could have gone on for so long. Anything that reminds me of our dirty, collective past (as a nation) takes away whatever good has been chalked up in the last few years. I hate it that I have friends from both the Kikuyu and Kalenjin communities going through this in the said areas at this moment in time.

* I refuse to believe that we, as a nation, have no idea where good old Felicien Kabuga is. I refuse to believe that our legendary security services have been unable to crack this one. As a journalist friend once said: “Kabuga, may you die under thunder (wherever you are).” And may those who have stood by you find their reward too, here and everlasting.


Entry filed under: Africa, Crime, Kenya, Literature, Media, Personals, Politics, Society, World.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. bizkenya  |  October 9, 2006 at 9:31 am

    The government is doing very littel to contain the current poliical clashes in the country. Its amazing that tribal clashes in Kenya happens before/during the elections e.g 92,97 and 2002.
    During yesterday’s session of ‘Crossfire” on Kiss 100, Assistant Minister Koigi Wamwere said the governmnet has failed on act on a report submitted by the spying unit in Kenya.
    Arrogant remarks by Internal Security Minister John Michuki will lead us no where. Demonstrations by the Speaker of the national assembly will only keep on inciting the victims.

  • 2. Ivan Mure  |  October 12, 2006 at 11:23 pm

    Dear brother,

    Before you want the thunder to kill Kabuga, think about the first president killer, a morder. I mean the rwandan president Kagame, who planed the massacre of 6.000.000 people in rwanda and Congo. Pray for Afrika, especially for that Rwanda, the country of the evil.

  • 3. Wait, don’t u condemn Kabuga just yet! « Kenyan Analyst  |  October 13, 2006 at 7:12 am

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