Uhuru seems to be busy diverting Kenyans attention, when Kenyans have a serious crucial business of life and death before them – that of tackling corruption and the delivery of the Constitution.Â People, The Buck Must Stop and be seen to stop with the Leaders.
Many are questioning Uhuru’s struggle for Kenyan leadership with all the buggage on his back of corruption, infighting, bickering,Â indiscipline, bad temper, division and dishonesty, insincere, tribal based and simply not able to deliver to Kenyans people DEMANDS for New Constitution and bring to book culprits of corruption including Anglo Leasing and Goldenburg scandal, when he denies the Goldenburg saga and Anglo Leasing are not subject to Grand Coalition Government mandate. Kenyans are so synical about the whole issue of his denial and obstruction of justice inÂ some in some quarters.
Many Kenyans believes he is representing a chain network of rock-bottom cartel who have dug their heads into deep sand clad in their looting spree, like ostrich, forgot to take care of the exposed bottom.Â They are unaware of spectators all around them including all the shouting and noises people make, simply because they dont care. Like in old days, a lash on the bottom will give them a rude wake up into reality of humanity and leadership call Kenyans do DEMANDS.
What they need to know is, the 40 years of misrule, misdeeds, slackness including Anglo Leasing and Goldenburg scandals and all other corrupt practices and indiscipline must be brought to and end by the signing Agreement of the Grand Coalition Government stroke of pen. The Grand Coalition Government have a mandate to provide to Kenyans Both Constitutional Reform Order Policy Paper as well as bring to book culprits of corruption to including Anglo Leasing and Goldenburg Scandals.
I am surprised how the Libyans were given access, sneeked in to operate business as usual and to run the Grand Regency Hotel when a stop was put to it awaiting finalization of enquiry and especially so when Kimunya is still being questined pending trial.Â Who could have authorized the Libyans to pursue business on a Public quastionable unfinished matter of National Importance and Concern?
Raila Promised the Law will take its full course, shall we continue to wait to see when orders are being executed behind doors breaching the agreement and derailing the trust of majority Kenyans?Â Is there something Kenyans do not know?Â Will Justice be seen to be justly done?Â Will Uhuru and Kimunya and Michuki and Saitoti and Kalonzo and the Police Bosses and them all be justly tried?Â The buck stops with the leaders ……. they say ……………… The international community do not trust them as well as Majority Kenyans.
What do you say?
Take over: Libyan owners seek to change hotel name to LAAICO
THE new Libyan owners of the controversy-ridden Grand Regency Hotel took over the facility yesterday even as the Commission of Inquiry to investigate its contentious sale finalised preparations for public hearings.
Eight Libyan directors jetted into the country to take charge of the hotel after a meeting with President Mwai Kibaki at State House, Nairobi. They later met Prime Minister Raila Odinga at his Treasury office in the afternoon.
The new directors of the Libyan Arab African Investment Company (LAAICO) Kenya Limited are Ahmed Mohamed Amaer, Mohamed Elagely (Managing Director), Mustafa Elkpolye, Mohamod Ibrahim, Masoud Jueda, Mohamed Mayden, Libina Mohamed Nur, and Bashir Salh (President)
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Kenya PM on fraud and corruption
Kenyan prime minister Raila Odinga has vowed to ‘deal effectively’ with any corruption.
3 Jul 2008
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People, what is Uhuru trying to imply?
Africa ’05 – Uhuru Kenyatta
Will Uhuru Kenyatta be Kenya’s next President?
In a HARDtalk interview on July 14, Stephen Sackur talks to Uhuru Kenyatta, the leader of Kenya’s official opposition party.
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In the more than 20 years that Kenya’s KANU party was in power, President Daniel arap Moi was accused of failing to stop the spread of corruption.
Now in opposition, the party is trying to capitalise on the current government’s falling support.
President Kibaki’s government is being criticised for not delivering on its promise to stamp out corruption.
Uhuru Kenyatta, the son of Kenya’s first post-independence leader, heads KANU.
Does he think the Kenyan people are ready to forgive his party and return it to power?
HARDtalk can be seen on BBC World at 03:30 GMT, 0830 GMT, 1530 GMT, 1830 GMT, 2330 GMT
It can also be seen on BBC News 24 at 04:30 and 23:30
Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya’s Deputy Prime MinisterIn a HARDtalk interview broadcast on 29th July Stephen Sackur talks to Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya’s Deputy Prime Minister.
After disputed elections in December 2007 and the violence that followed, Kenya is on a repair mission.
With economic growth halved and a looming food crisis, Stephen Sackur asks Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya’s deputy Prime Minister, will the once bitter rivals in the national unity government be able to work together? HARDtalk is broadcast on BBC World News at 03:30 BST, 08:30 BST, 14:30 BST, 20:30 BST and 22:30 BST
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Date:Â Tue, 29 Jul 2008 12:03:57 -0700 (PDT)
From:Â Judy Miriga
Subject:Â Â Fw: Will Uhuru Kenyatta be Kenya’s next President?