Thursday, February 28, 2008

Who is Frustrating the talks anyway?

I have been wondering what is happening with the on going Kenya peace talks.

Each time they want to conclude; that is when they are starting all over?

Surely are these real leaders we can get in Kenya?

I am fed up!!!!!!!!!!!

Who is actually frustrating the whole process? Are there other groups intervening secretly and frustrating this noble task? Do you see the hand of Lucy Kibaki or Ida Odinga in this ? Mr.J.Karume and Hon.Muchuki are they involved in the frustration?

Please let me have you guess.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

kenyan Mediation at a stand still-Kalonzo factor

There is one kenyan politician that is causing the slow death to the on going Anan peace talk. Thank is VP- Kalonzo Msyoka. Let me explain.

Kalonzo is very key to PNU. His party gave the PNU numbers that they required and he was rewarded well for that. If you remove Kalonzo plus his ODM-K members, PNU is simply dead. The PNU negotiation group know well that if power is to be shared with ODM of Raila, their strength from ODM-K is gone and ODM through the captain Raila will take full advantage of that and frustrate them in Parliament.

What I am saying is that power sharing will kick out Kalonzo and his people. That indirectly will be a blow to PNU. Remember that currently Mutula Kilonzo is part of the PNU negotiating team. How can he on earth agree that power be shared without his party having a share?

The best way to get out of all these is first get the entire ODM-K off the way. PNU will be paralysed and they will give in to things that they currently dont think the can. That is easy to do. First sack Kalonzo Musyoka and replace Mutula Kilonzo with some one in PNU. Additionally all ODM-K holding ministerial position should be sacked. Then we will see if PNU is capable of forming a government and managing the parliament.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Nairobi Mayoral Election

What is really going on at City hall?

I am saddened that a bright Kenyan woman, Ester Passaries, is out of the race. I had desired to see a woman mayor after a long time from the good days of Margaret Kenyatta. Was the move to exclude her name deliberate? I don`t know. But we have missed once again a woman mayor for Nairobi City. If you agree with me that Margaret did a good job those days she was in office and considering the wanting state of the City then you will know what we have missed.

As the councillors toss the coin tomorrow in favour of Mr.Njoroge or Mr.Majiwa I wish that turns into a draw once again.

We need a change in our political structures. That change is in a Kenyan Woman.

back at last

I am sure many of you have noticed that I have been silent for some time.I am ok. I had a couple of problems that could not allow me to write frequently so I had to break.

I hope to resume soon.

Tuko pamoja na Kazi ilegee na PNU ama?