Friday, April 20, 2012

Kenya police are biased

In this time and age it is unusual to see police disrupting a licensed meeting and at the same time beating up an innocent, harmless citizen who even knelt down and surrendered by lifting his arms up. What the hell do they learn in Kiganjo? Cases of police torture and murder, corruption, brutality etc…. are ever rising instead of decreasing.

Their motto “Utumishi Kwa Wote” (Meaning service to all), this service should be accorded to all Kenyan’s equally. We all saw the highly criticized tribal meetings that endorsed ICC suspects Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto as presidential candidates, held recently by GEMA (Gikuyu, Embu, Meru and Akamba) and KAMATUSA (Kalenjin, Maasai, Turkana and Samburu) meetings in Limuru called Limuru 2 and Eldoret consecutively.  The two combined were nicknamed GEMATUSA police did not stop them because they were licenced. Many Kenyans were not amused because Kenya has around 40 tribes and after post election violence in 2007/2008 that was mainly caused by tribal animosity, Kenyans of right mind do not expect such groupings to exist and have no place in this Country.

To counter these tribal meetings, the youth decided to hold another meeting in Limuru, called Limiru 2B. Just because Mungiki former leader Maina Njenga was to attended, does it mean the meeting was a Mungiki meeting as claimed by police commissioner, Senior Counsel Paul Muite was also there and other respected Clergy and Kenyans were expected to attend. I hate Mungiki and anything to do with them but does this mean that every youth meeting scheduled to be held in Central Kenya and to be attended by a former Mungiki leader is a Mungiki meeting?? I remember Maina Njenga wanted to address Limuru 2 meeting by GEMA and was not given a chance, so this was the chance he would speak out what he wanted. How will the youth in Kenya and especially the ones in Central Kenya who were greatly accused and affected by tribal clashed address their issues.

The PM was right in directing Prof. Saitoti Security Minister to take action against police commissioner Matthew Iteere. Read More 

Kenyans should condemn all tribal groupings and shun those leaders that want to divide us on tribal lines. Its so Shameful!

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