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Letter to Uhuru
washiku
#61 Posted : Wednesday, November 14, 2018 8:33:10 PM
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Joined: 5/9/2007
Posts: 13,092
Wakanyugi wrote:
freiks wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
Bwana Rais,

That was a good move giving Kalonzo a diplomatic role. Ignore what the haters are saying.

Now you need to sort out Mudavadi. I am sure you have noticed his constant criticism of your economic policies etc. He is actually angling for that Special Economic Advisor position. Weta can be safely ignored for now - yeye amejiseti.

Somewhere in all this, I hope Ruto will come around to buying you a bottle of your favorite Jameson brew.

After all he is likely to be the greatest beneficiary of your moves to neuter the opposition, assuming he does not screw up by listening to his Kalejin hawks who are trying to paint you as the enemy.



I have a feeling that all this handshake had something to do with securing WSR as the next PORK


I am beginning to think so too. The Uhuruto duo seem to be playing the long game. They have even revived the ICC bogeyman.

And they have found everyone's price - which is mostly moola and ego.

If Rao finally appends these plans, as he did in Kanu, he will deserve to be President, in my opinion.



smile smile
Fyatu
#62 Posted : Monday, December 10, 2018 12:03:48 PM
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Dear H.E., Uhuru Kenyatta(CGH),

I am writing to tell you bluntly that if there will be no convictions for all these corruption cases that have been brought forward by DPP and DCI, then you will have failed flat in your efforts against corruption.On second thoughts, should my letter be addressed to CJ David Maraga?d'oh! d'oh!

Yours sincerely,

Gas Fyatu
Dumb money becomes dumb only when it listens to smart money
hardwood
#63 Posted : Monday, December 10, 2018 12:29:58 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 7/28/2015
Posts: 9,555
Location: Rodi Kopany, Homa Bay
Fyatu wrote:
Dear H.E., Uhuru Kenyatta(CGH),

I am writing to tell you bluntly that if there will be no convictions for all these corruption cases that have been brought forward by DPP and DCI, then you will have failed flat in your efforts against corruption.On second thoughts, should my letter be addressed to CJ David Maraga?d'oh! d'oh!

Yours sincerely,

Gas Fyatu


Yep. You should have addressed your letter to the judiciary. Ohuru amefanyako kazi yake.
murchr
#64 Posted : Monday, December 10, 2018 2:08:21 PM
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Joined: 2/26/2012
Posts: 15,858
Fyatu wrote:
Dear H.E., Uhuru Kenyatta(CGH),

I am writing to tell you bluntly that if there will be no convictions for all these corruption cases that have been brought forward by DPP and DCI, then you will have failed flat in your efforts against corruption.On second thoughts, should my letter be addressed to CJ David Maraga?d'oh! d'oh!

Yours sincerely,

Gas Fyatu



And if no conviction are reached by the wakona network the loss is yours taxpayer Gas Fyatu not UK.
"There are only two emotions in the market, hope & fear. The problem is you hope when you should fear & fear when you should hope: - Jesse Livermore
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murchr
#65 Posted : Thursday, January 31, 2019 7:21:22 AM
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Joined: 2/26/2012
Posts: 15,858




IFIKIE UHURU. We are busy creating jobs in other economies, where is our self love?
"There are only two emotions in the market, hope & fear. The problem is you hope when you should fear & fear when you should hope: - Jesse Livermore
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freiks
#66 Posted : Thursday, January 31, 2019 9:03:30 AM
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https://www.nation.co.ke...58830-w2kwsy/index.html

IFIKIE UHURU, this is why MPs will never impeach Speaker Muturi he knows how to look at their welfare
Life is an endless adventure
murchr
#67 Posted : Tuesday, April 09, 2019 7:34:11 PM
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Joined: 2/26/2012
Posts: 15,858
Is UK trying to follow the Singapore model in housing?

Wikipedia wrote:
Public housing in Singapore is managed by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) under temporary leaseholds for 99 years only. The majority of the residential housing developments in Singapore are publicly governed and developed. As of 31 March 2015, 82% of the resident population live in such lease accommodation, a drop from the 87% peak in 1988–1990. These flats are located in housing estates, which are self-contained satellite towns with schools, supermarkets, clinics, hawker centres, and sports and recreational facilities.
"There are only two emotions in the market, hope & fear. The problem is you hope when you should fear & fear when you should hope: - Jesse Livermore
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Wakanyugi
#68 Posted : Wednesday, October 21, 2020 3:34:47 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 7/3/2007
Posts: 1,634
Wakanyugi wrote:
Dear Uhuru

It seems everyone is writing letters to Baba. Mine is to you.

It is quite clear you are on the way to a convincing victory. But, even as you celebrate, you should pause to ask yourself: exactly what have I won?

A clear eyed look will show you it is not exactly the prize your supporters would like to imagine. You have won a broken nation.

A lot of ink and hot air will be spent in the coming days on this subject, so I'll not belabor it. Mine is a suggestion on how you can start with what is clearly your job number one, uniting this nation.

1. Bring Raila, Kalonzo and Mudavadi back into government. You have a majority in both houses. Use it to change the constitution, or whatever law, to create the post of Prime Minister and two deputies. Many will scream it can't be done. Ignore them. Thé future öf Kenya is more important than pandering to know it all busy bodies or even constitutional niceties.

When chosing your Ministers make a point of accommodating opposition leaning communities.

Doing this will demonstrate your desire to be the President of all of Kenya. It will give Kenya the benefit of the immense talent resident in these three political giants and may create space for a new, younger, opposition to emerge.

More importantly it will allow us, as a people, to rehabilitate Railas image so that he goes into his sunset years with pride and reaps the benefit of a grateful nation. Let not history record that we used our heroes and then dumped them.

2. You will be sorely tempted to settle scores with the Supreme Court. Give it up. They were doing their job. They are not perfect but then neither are you. Give Maraga a quiet call and let him know you are not going to seek revenge.

3. Finally we need to do something about our winner take all constitution. I suggest you ask parliament to create a people's assembly to discuss this matter over the next one year followed by an omnibus referendum bill that will fix the most contentious issues. Let your legacy be an amended constitution that is trully ours, one that acknowledges the uniqueness of our nation and people.

Doing these things is not capitulation, as many hardliners will be quick to claim. It is not even magnanimity in victory. It is statemanship. You are the President of all of Kenya and the price you pay for this honour includes doing things that offend your base or make you uncomfortable. One of your biggest challenges will be to ignore those hawks in your party who are saying that you should crush Raila completely. You can't.

Think of it Mr Ptesident. This is your last term. What have you got to lose?


Bwana Rais,

Finally, you bit the bullet.

It may turn out that your lasting legacy for Kenya is fixing our winner take all constitution, something to be remembered long after all the Mandeleo goodies we crave have worn off. Who knew?

But every battle causes collateral damage, and for this one, it is significant. For instance, in proposing a padded leadership structure (which to be honest seems reasonable to me) you have handed your Deputy a powerful kiboko with which to beat you politically.

So you need to play some politics too.

Here is a start. I suggest you call a meeting where you, Raila and Ruto make a solemn promise to Kenyans that, as an indication of your honesty and good faith: none of you will benefit from the opportunities created by BBI for the next electoral cycle.

Doing this will demonstrate your honesty and good faith and that you are truly proposing BBI for the good of Kenya, not yourselves. It will also take the wind out of this Dynasty/Hustler posturing that we are seeing, that could take us to a very bad place. It will reduce tensions and create a platform for a true national conversation, rather than the shouting matches we are already seeing.

Note: making this promise does not stop any of you from playing kingmaker of course. Just so long us none of you uses this as an opportunity for self benefit.

By the way, any two of you making this promise will suffice. The recalcitrant one will then be seen for his self serving intentions and Kenyans will take note.








"The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth." (Niels Bohr)
Uram
#69 Posted : Wednesday, October 21, 2020 6:11:08 PM
Rank: Member


Joined: 10/24/2013
Posts: 454
Location: Nairobi
Wakanyugi wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
Dear Uhuru

It seems everyone is writing letters to Baba. Mine is to you.

It is quite clear you are on the way to a convincing victory. But, even as you celebrate, you should pause to ask yourself: exactly what have I won?

A clear eyed look will show you it is not exactly the prize your supporters would like to imagine. You have won a broken nation.

A lot of ink and hot air will be spent in the coming days on this subject, so I'll not belabor it. Mine is a suggestion on how you can start with what is clearly your job number one, uniting this nation.

1. Bring Raila, Kalonzo and Mudavadi back into government. You have a majority in both houses. Use it to change the constitution, or whatever law, to create the post of Prime Minister and two deputies. Many will scream it can't be done. Ignore them. Thé future öf Kenya is more important than pandering to know it all busy bodies or even constitutional niceties.

When chosing your Ministers make a point of accommodating opposition leaning communities.

Doing this will demonstrate your desire to be the President of all of Kenya. It will give Kenya the benefit of the immense talent resident in these three political giants and may create space for a new, younger, opposition to emerge.

More importantly it will allow us, as a people, to rehabilitate Railas image so that he goes into his sunset years with pride and reaps the benefit of a grateful nation. Let not history record that we used our heroes and then dumped them.

2. You will be sorely tempted to settle scores with the Supreme Court. Give it up. They were doing their job. They are not perfect but then neither are you. Give Maraga a quiet call and let him know you are not going to seek revenge.

3. Finally we need to do something about our winner take all constitution. I suggest you ask parliament to create a people's assembly to discuss this matter over the next one year followed by an omnibus referendum bill that will fix the most contentious issues. Let your legacy be an amended constitution that is trully ours, one that acknowledges the uniqueness of our nation and people.

Doing these things is not capitulation, as many hardliners will be quick to claim. It is not even magnanimity in victory. It is statemanship. You are the President of all of Kenya and the price you pay for this honour includes doing things that offend your base or make you uncomfortable. One of your biggest challenges will be to ignore those hawks in your party who are saying that you should crush Raila completely. You can't.

Think of it Mr Ptesident. This is your last term. What have you got to lose?


Bwana Rais,

Finally, you bit the bullet.

It may turn out that your lasting legacy for Kenya is fixing our winner take all constitution, something to be remembered long after all the Mandeleo goodies we crave have worn off. Who knew?

But every battle causes collateral damage, and for this one, it is significant. For instance, in proposing a padded leadership structure (which to be honest seems reasonable to me) you have handed your Deputy a powerful kiboko with which to beat you politically.

So you need to play some politics too.

Here is a start. I suggest you call a meeting where you, Raila and Ruto make a solemn promise to Kenyans that, as an indication of your honesty and good faith: none of you will benefit from the opportunities created by BBI for the next electoral cycle.

Doing this will demonstrate your honesty and good faith and that you are truly proposing BBI for the good of Kenya, not yourselves. It will also take the wind out of this Dynasty/Hustler posturing that we are seeing, that could take us to a very bad place. It will reduce tensions and create a platform for a true national conversation, rather than the shouting matches we are already seeing.

Note: making this promise does not stop any of you from playing kingmaker of course. Just so long us none of you uses this as an opportunity for self benefit.

By the way, any two of you making this promise will suffice. The recalcitrant one will then be seen for his self serving intentions and Kenyans will take note.










Am not understanding how this BBI will fix winner take all issue.

PM will be nominated by President and deputy PMs appointed by the President.

What will stop the elected President repeating Uhuru's appointments circus? The fellow has been appointing Kiuks and Kales since 2013 without batting even an eye.
Thitifini
#70 Posted : Wednesday, October 21, 2020 8:39:02 PM
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Joined: 1/15/2015
Posts: 650
Location: Kenya
I'm thinking the digital duo are just keeping Baba busy as they do what they do best. Whichever the outcome of this BBI debate will be, the biggest winners will still the duo;

1. If it fails, the doctor sells as the new kingpin.

2. If it passes, doctor has more room for coalition building pre-2022.

Either way, I don't see how Baba or Wanjiku gains anything. Reasons being that Baba is already locked out of major voting blocks on account of Babaphobia; and Freedom guy will still play whomever wins.....

60% Learning, 30% synthesizing, 10% Debating
Wakanyugi
#71 Posted : Thursday, October 22, 2020 3:28:25 PM
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Joined: 7/3/2007
Posts: 1,634
Uram wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
Dear Uhuru

It seems everyone is writing letters to Baba. Mine is to you.

It is quite clear you are on the way to a convincing victory. But, even as you celebrate, you should pause to ask yourself: exactly what have I won?

A clear eyed look will show you it is not exactly the prize your supporters would like to imagine. You have won a broken nation.

A lot of ink and hot air will be spent in the coming days on this subject, so I'll not belabor it. Mine is a suggestion on how you can start with what is clearly your job number one, uniting this nation.

1. Bring Raila, Kalonzo and Mudavadi back into government. You have a majority in both houses. Use it to change the constitution, or whatever law, to create the post of Prime Minister and two deputies. Many will scream it can't be done. Ignore them. Thé future öf Kenya is more important than pandering to know it all busy bodies or even constitutional niceties.

When chosing your Ministers make a point of accommodating opposition leaning communities.

Doing this will demonstrate your desire to be the President of all of Kenya. It will give Kenya the benefit of the immense talent resident in these three political giants and may create space for a new, younger, opposition to emerge.

More importantly it will allow us, as a people, to rehabilitate Railas image so that he goes into his sunset years with pride and reaps the benefit of a grateful nation. Let not history record that we used our heroes and then dumped them.

2. You will be sorely tempted to settle scores with the Supreme Court. Give it up. They were doing their job. They are not perfect but then neither are you. Give Maraga a quiet call and let him know you are not going to seek revenge.

3. Finally we need to do something about our winner take all constitution. I suggest you ask parliament to create a people's assembly to discuss this matter over the next one year followed by an omnibus referendum bill that will fix the most contentious issues. Let your legacy be an amended constitution that is trully ours, one that acknowledges the uniqueness of our nation and people.

Doing these things is not capitulation, as many hardliners will be quick to claim. It is not even magnanimity in victory. It is statemanship. You are the President of all of Kenya and the price you pay for this honour includes doing things that offend your base or make you uncomfortable. One of your biggest challenges will be to ignore those hawks in your party who are saying that you should crush Raila completely. You can't.

Think of it Mr Ptesident. This is your last term. What have you got to lose?


Bwana Rais,

Finally, you bit the bullet.

It may turn out that your lasting legacy for Kenya is fixing our winner take all constitution, something to be remembered long after all the Mandeleo goodies we crave have worn off. Who knew?

But every battle causes collateral damage, and for this one, it is significant. For instance, in proposing a padded leadership structure (which to be honest seems reasonable to me) you have handed your Deputy a powerful kiboko with which to beat you politically.

So you need to play some politics too.

Here is a start. I suggest you call a meeting where you, Raila and Ruto make a solemn promise to Kenyans that, as an indication of your honesty and good faith: none of you will benefit from the opportunities created by BBI for the next electoral cycle.

Doing this will demonstrate your honesty and good faith and that you are truly proposing BBI for the good of Kenya, not yourselves. It will also take the wind out of this Dynasty/Hustler posturing that we are seeing, that could take us to a very bad place. It will reduce tensions and create a platform for a true national conversation, rather than the shouting matches we are already seeing.

Note: making this promise does not stop any of you from playing kingmaker of course. Just so long us none of you uses this as an opportunity for self benefit.

By the way, any two of you making this promise will suffice. The recalcitrant one will then be seen for his self serving intentions and Kenyans will take note.




Am not understanding how this BBI will fix winner take all issue.

PM will be nominated by President and deputy PMs appointed by the President.

What will stop the elected President repeating Uhuru's appointments circus? The fellow has been appointing Kiuks and Kales since 2013 without batting even an eye.


You have a good point.

For me though, the winner-take-all fix is the leader of opposition. The others are Presidential goodies to be used to bribe his cronies or competitors.

There are many things I see wrong with this BBI but if it cures our litany of harmful electoral stupidity, I say it is a small price to pay.
"The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth." (Niels Bohr)
Wakanyugi
#72 Posted : Thursday, October 22, 2020 3:31:39 PM
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Joined: 7/3/2007
Posts: 1,634
Thitifini wrote:
I'm thinking the digital duo are just keeping Baba busy as they do what they do best. Whichever the outcome of this BBI debate will be, the biggest winners will still the duo;

1. If it fails, the doctor sells as the new kingpin.

2. If it passes, doctor has more room for coalition building pre-2022.

Either way, I don't see how Baba or Wanjiku gains anything. Reasons being that Baba is already locked out of major voting blocks on account of Babaphobia; and Freedom guy will still play whomever wins.....


Actually Baba is best positioned to gain if this thing passes. He has a better record of building coalitions across the board than even Ruto. But this of course implies he still has the heart to run another energy sapping electoral competition.
"The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth." (Niels Bohr)
essyk
#73 Posted : Tuesday, October 27, 2020 9:43:05 PM
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Mia hau.
Laughing out loudly
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aemathenge
#74 Posted : Tuesday, October 27, 2020 9:47:48 PM
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essyk wrote:
Mia hau.
Laughing out loudly


God The Father !

Ati What?
murchr
#75 Posted : Wednesday, October 28, 2020 12:11:04 AM
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aemathenge wrote:
essyk wrote:
Mia hau.
Laughing out loudly


God The Father !

Ati What?


@kysse ficha IP address.

Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly
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