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Sunday, 27 March 2016

NGUNYI: Why JAP might lose in 2017, refuse to hand over power and tell Raila to go to court

NGUNYI: Why JAP might lose in 2017, refuse to hand over power and tell Raila to go to court

Speaking in his office this morning, Mr. Ngunyi SAID THAT Uhuru will never let power go to Raila especially now that he is in his first term in office.

The scientist said Uhuru knows well that by letting power go, he will go down in history as Kenya’s first sitting President to be kicked out of power as a sitting President. According to Ngunyi, the defeat will haunt Uhuru’s legacy.

Here are facts according to Ngunyi in relation to the much anticipated 2017 General Elections:

“Let me prepare Kenyans for 2017 and these are facts only:
In 2017 general elections, IEBC will help JAP rig elections and beat CORD by a wide margin. As usual, CORD will reject the results and JAP will tell them to go to court but CORD will refuse given the 2013 injustice by the Mutunga-led Supreme Court when it unjustly ruled in favor of JUBILEE. From there, CORD will call for mass action and hell will break lose. By that time, no one will care about ICC as it was in 2013 because everyone knows it is a toothless DOG. In his recommendation, Johanne Kriegler said that if his report is not implemented fully, the 2007/8 will look like a Christmas party, meaning the 2017 elections might be bloodier than that of 2007/8. JAP will not care about the violence given that it is the poor that will suffer as long as they retain power. The only thing they’ll do is to pacify IDPs by promising them parcels of land and money to start life afresh. Kenyans should, therefore, be ready for tough times ahead” Said Ngunyi.

Chaos, teargas, shame as Stars fall to Guinea Bissau

No wonder! It's a game stones! By them experts

By Jacob Icia, Citizen Digital

Harambee stars goalkeeper Arnold Origi moments before their Africa Cup Of Nations 2017 qualifier match against ...
Harambee stars goalkeeper Arnold Origi moments before their Africa Cup Of Nations 2017 qualifier match against Guinea Bissau at the Estadio 24 Setembro in Bissau on March 24, 2016. The Djurtus won the match 1-0 courtesy of Idrissa Camara's goal. Photo/Stafford Ondego/www.sportpicha.com

Ugly scenes unfolded at Nairobi’s Nyayo National Stadium  on Sunday when visiting Guinea Bissau scored a late controversial goal in a 1-0 victory against Harambee Stars that confirmed elimination from the Gabon 2017 AFCON in a game that was halted by the officials for over half an hour following the shameful chaos that broke out.

The visitors were on course to complete the double over Stars when a disputed Mendes Suares strike on the 81st minutes sparked carnage as the home team bitterly protested its awarding and after a few minutes, police were forced to fire tear gas as stones and other crude missiles rained from the stands.

Also Read: Social media ‘roasts’ Okumbi, Mwendwa after Stars fall

That forced the game to be held up and apart from another dispiriting exit from the biennial continental championship, Kenya now faces severe sanctions from Confederation of African Football (CAF) after the Zimbabwe officials led by centre referee, Norman Matemela stopped the restart until order was finally restored when most of the rioting fans cleared the stadium.

It all started when captain and Southampton FC midfield star, Victor Wanyama gave away the ball needlessly to Fatty Junior whose resultant shot was cleared for a corner.

The ball was then swung in from the left and found its way to far post where Mendes fired in but Norway based keeper, Arnold Origi punched it out, vehemently claiming it did not cross the line. Television replays suggested the keeper, who was booked for his protests was wrong.

Disgusted home fans took the cue from their custodian and started pelting the away side with missiles from the stands sparking the melee and after the match resumed, Stars could not recover from the sucker punch in the six minutes of regulation time that were played after the hold up.

It was the second successive 1-0 defeat to Guinea Bissau by first coach Stanley Okumbi’s side with the visitors moving up to seven points and top of Group E before Zambia traveled to Congo Brazzaville.

Stars remain rock bottom on a single point and the team will be left to gather the ruins of another failed campaign and the repercussions that await them from CAF.

Seeking to make amends following stinging criticism of their limp 1-0 reverse in Bissau on Wednesday, Stars laid siege on their visitors goal from the off, with captain Victor Wanyama, striker Michael Olunga and winger Paul Were who was a menace on the right coming close to break the deadlock.

Were fashioned the first sniff of goal for Kenya in the eighth minute when he broke into a spirited run on the right and turned into the box but he was brought down by Guinea Bissau keeper, Jonas Mendez with the referee waving away his appeals for a spot-kick.

In their only notable incursion to Stars half, Guinea Bissau won a corner in the 16th and Augustino sent his delivery straight to Arnold Origi in the home goal.

Stars continued pressing and in the 22nd, Were who was growing in prominence fired from close range but Mendes got down well to save his effort before seconds later, he unleashed another shot that worked the Guinea Bissau keeper again to bring the crowd to their feet.

And it was three opportunities in rapid succession for the Greece side Kalloni winger when he came within a whisker to connect to a Johanna Omollo delivery inside the box in a move started from midfield by Anthony Akumu.

In the 29th, Olunga turned well in midfield, played the 1-2 with Clifton Miheso before he curled a beauty from the right that fizzled agonizingly wide for Stars.

It was almost inexplicable the game went to half time goalless with keeper Mendes, who was booked on the half hour mark for time wasting, keeping his side in it in a backs-to-the-wall performance from Guinea Bissau.

Akumu, elevated to the starting XI in place of Kariobangi Sharks Patillah Omoto fed Were in the 32nd minute and the winger then fired a low shot that was bound for the target but defender Gomis Mendy cleared.

Tension then swept the stands when two Guinea Bissau players appeared to accost Stars skipper, Wanyama after he was fouled just outside the box but the referee ignored pleas for a free kick.

Olunga then spurned two chances when he was found by Johanna Omollo in the 40th but he opted to find overlapping defender, James Situma whose effort was cleared away for a fruitless corner.

A minute later, the Sweden based Djurgarden striker saw his goal bound header saved by the busy Mendes.

In added time to the half, Omollo, Akumu and Olunga combined beautifully to lay the ball to their captain and Southampton star, Wanyama who unloaded a fierce cracker that fizzled just wide.

At the start of the second half, Okumbi went to the jugular, bringing in striker Jesse Were for utility man James Situma to partner Olunga upfront and the switch almost paid off when they combined to beat Mendes but painfully, they could not convert the opener.

The Zambia Zesco FC forward was found on the right by Omollo and his first touch was scuffed but it still gave Olunga the chance to out-jump the keeper and his header, with the goal gaping, somehow trickled out.

Olunga then fired just wide soon after as the crowd grew restless with anticipation before the besieged Guinea Bissau launched a counter attack that saw Britto Silva shoot one over the bar.

On the stroke of the hour, defender Jockins Atudo got into the fray, failing to hit the target when Mendes punched away an Olunga shot back into the box and in the next attack, Akumu also missed from range.

Mendes Lopez was then booked for simulation in a tussle with Atudo as the visitors attempted another breakaway but back came Stars when Were delivered a wonderful cross into the box from the left but both Olunga and Miheso who rose high failed to connect.

Growing desperate, Okumbi went to the touchline and urged his team to attempt more shots from range and in the 66th Were was well sent through on Wanyama from the left and the winger crossed into the box but Gomis Mendey cleared.

Stars were almost caught out cold when Origi, showed sharp reflexes to palm away a header to the underside of the crossbar to deny Agostinho Suares a classic sucker-punch goal that would have ruthlessly punished the home side for their profligacy in the 70th.

Guinea Bissau coach, Bacino Kande, then hauled off Lopez for Junior as the Stars pressure dropped down a notch when fatigue and disappointment set in.

Monday, 21 March 2016

The fight again drugs and contrabands against Joho is also linked to funding CORD

By Stephen Rabera 
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You Must Read This First Before Criticizing UHURU For Harrasing JOHO. Its A Drugs-Related War & Raila Odinga Has Been Implicated In It!

Information is power. The fight against Joho's dirty deals haven't begun yesterday with the firearms issue, it has been an ongoing process, here I analyze how CC Nelson Marwa and H.E Uhuru Kenyatta have personally taken war on Joho since 2014. 

On 2014, an intelligence report is released shared between CIA and Kenya NIS, linking Joho, his family and the Akasha's to serious drug trafficking and illegal activities at the coast costing billions.

In August 2015, Nelson Marwa working with Naval patrol forces intercept the first ship associated to Joho, ferrying 370.8kg of heroine, worth about 1.3 billions. This also aggrevates Cord's anger towards the govt. (This money was suspected, that it was for funding Okoa Kenya referendum).

President Kenyatta then leaves for Mombasa, and witnesses the sinking of the ship into the sea later in 2015, (Okoa Kenya referendum begins to flop). Late 2015, Nelson Marwa raises, alarm into the activities of leaders in the coast who seem to be colluding with Joho in his illegal business.

President Kenyatta calls for a meeting, he immediately sacks the managing director Gichiri Ndua, general manager for operations Twalib Khamisi, general manager for board and legal services Muthoni Gatere, general manager for corporate services Justis Nyarandi and head of security Mohamed Morowa Coast DCI Regional Commander Henry Ondieki got transferred to
Nairobi while Mombasa Port OCPD Zacheaous Ngeno was also sacked. (This left Joho even more naked, as the staff colluding with him had all been dismissed by President Kenyatta).

Thursday, Jan 7th 2016, President Kenyatta made an impromptu visit to Kenya Ferry services after tip off, (This is another channel of Joho's continued impunity).
At the visit, President Uhuru immediately sacks The Kenya Ferry Services (KFS) Managing Director Musa Hassan Musa, head of engineering services Amos Nyadero and operations boss Anthony Madzungu.

On Feb 10th, 2016, the govt, working with Nelson Marwa detects more illegal activities in Joho's clearing and forwarding companies, and to fix him up, Interior CS, Nkaiserry announces that. “All cargo will from now on, be cleared at the Mombasa port and not at container terminals"

After stripping off all the corrupt staff around Joho, the govt successfully seized thirty-nine containers which were stuffed with sugar, 64 with ethanol and 50 with rice, associated with Joho's CF company, estimated to be worth more than half a billion. 

President Uhuru again flew to Coast, at the Mwakirunge dumping site, Mombasa, where he himself witnessed the destroying of the counterfeit goods, associated with Joho family.

Last week, Nelson Marwa influences action for the final assault on Joho, and his security guards were
withdrawn, hours later, the Firearms Chief Licencing Officer, gives another order revoking all the firearms assigned to him(Joho).

This has been the most powerful fight the head of state and Nelson Marwa have taken against a prominent suspect in drug trafficking and illegal trade. Where he was using his dirty deals to finance Cord's rising aggression.

Luckily the President' knew where to cut from. He has done right. It's good to appreciate that the
President' is working hard behind the scenes. It's just prudent you look for information...

Now you understand the war amongst Marwa, Uhuru Kenyatta, Joho and the entire Cord family.
If you have ever watched those action movies where drugs and illegal trade is involved... You may easily understand this post.

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Raila's Love Might Have Tragic Ending


Raila’s wooing of Kenya is an epic love story. Unfortunately, it is of a tragic kind. As suitors go, Raila is head and shoulders above most. He has endured torture and untold misery over his Beloved. This state of wretchedness is further compounded by the fact that for 5 years, between 2008 and 2013, he had a fleeting taste of this heady love. Now, over two decades after he first fell in love, what began as a delicate seduction morphed into urgent wooing that descended into a violent chase, which almost always ends with a crime of passion. This is how the story goes.

It begins with a problem. Raila, Kenya’s most persistent suitor has two major impediments in his current pursuit for love. Firstly, in 2017, he will be up against a first term incumbent. That’s a double blow. One-term presidents in Africa are few and far between, and incumbents in Africa, owing to amongst other factors, ‘poll magic’, are generally difficult to depose. Secondly, he is operating on an unfavorable timeline. He will be 72 by election year, and only 3 years shy of 80 by the 2022 elections. In matters of love one is never too old to yearn, and presidential age limits are non-existent anyway. However, although he is not constitutionally time-bound, his advanced age triggers a sense of urgency; it is ‘do or die’, ‘now or never’. Thus begins the dangerous love chase. They say that desperation is a powerful inspirer, and smitten Raila is an inspired man. So he hatches a three step wooing strategy.

The first course of action is to ‘reveal’ the government’s intention to rig in 2017, and declare unspecified consequences if the results are unfavorable to ODM. To the same end, he has enlisted his foot soldiers, the likes of George Aladwa to do the same, but expressed in more graphic terms. It is akin to telling the one you love; “when the time comes to pick a suitor, and I am not your choice, I will know that your relatives influenced you negatively, so I will deal with them harshly because, you see, I love you so dearly”.

The second strategic step is to continually highlight the lack of credibility of election-relevant institutions. To be fair, any smart person in his position would do the same, given that the history of African elections where ‘ballot magic’ is rampant, and that its replication in Kenya is highly possible and extremely probable. So for The Independent Electorate and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), he announces the intention to put up a parallel tallying system, and commission a German outfit for that job. This in addition to sending CORD agents, armed with cameras for good measure, to record and transmit election results. Then there are the recent supremacy and corruption wrangles within the Supreme Court, which is a fortuitous case that perfectly fits into the Grand Plan. And he has nothing to do with it, or does he?

In the end, who can blame Raila when our electoral system is a zero-sum game where the winner takes it all? The loser is relegated to the outside looking in, back to hatching plots and dreaming up schemes for his ascension to power. And Raila definitely does not want to be back out in the cold, come 2017. This, by the way, is where the love story gets dark. The man who has been love-struck for almost half his life thinks; “If I cannot have her to myself, I’ll have her with someone else.” Not having her is not an option. He will then engineer a crisis in order to achieve this objective.

The intention is to necessitate a Power Sharing Agreement, what Koigi Wa Wamwere called a ‘dangerous concept’ in 2013. The problem with these kinds of agreements is that they can only happen as a result of extremely compelling circumstances. And these are the horrors of the incessant quest for unrequited love. This time however, only Raila knows how he has imagined the mechanisms of the ‘New Deal’ to look like.

Mr. Raila, I support your strategizing and scheming, that is part of what makes politics. But, in the name of love, employ another strategy from your repository of stratagem. Let your sophisticated political mind hatch up alternative plots. Kenya, the one you so desire, does not have an infinite capacity for pain. Like most lovers, she has a breaking point, and 2007/8 was it. Also, that will be too heartbreaking an ending for a love story as long as yours.

Monday, 14 March 2016

We are ready to shed blood in 2017 if UHURU/ RUTO steal our victory in the poll - KALONZO

This are the people you call leaders who are war mongers. Kenya si ya mama yenu, you will either join up or shut up. 

Sunday March 13, 2016 - Former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka has said that the Wiper Democratic Movement, which is an affiliate of CORD, will not accept a stolen election in 2017.

Speaking during a harambee in Nuu Township, Mwingi Central, on Saturday, Kalonzo said that Kenyans will not accept their victory stolen again in the coming election.

“IEBC and Jubilee should know that this time round, Kenyans will not accept a stolen election, this time round, I said this they complained I am preparing people for war, there is nothing as costly as democracy” Kalonzo said. 

“Kenya is like no other country in Africa, we have a new constitution under its terms” Kalonzo added.

Kalonzo also urged Kenyans to capitalize on the remaining few days to the end of the IEBC voter registration exercise window to register as voters. 

He also called on all Wiper rebels to retrace their steps to help him put his house in order ahead of the 2017 elections.

Friday, 4 March 2016

Moi era men face multi-billion shilling asset seizure

Former President Daniel arap Moi. 

By DAVID HERBLING, hdavid@ke.nationmedia.com

Friday, March 4   2016 


  • Kabando wa Kabando is seeking to compel the government to seize the more than £1 billion (Sh142 billion) looted from taxpayers and stashed in offshore bank accounts and prime real estate overseas, according to a forensic study by Kroll Associates.
  • Mr Kabando now wants the Finance committee to make public the Kroll Report and take charge of tracing and recovering the pillaged assets hidden abroad.

Moi-era men named in the Kroll Report face asset seizure after a lawmaker petitioned the National Assembly to make the report public and recover assets from those alleged to have looted taxpayers’ money.

Mukurweini MP Kabando wa Kabando is seeking to compel the government to seize the more than £1 billion (Sh142 billion) looted from taxpayers and stashed in offshore bank accounts and prime real estate overseas, according to a forensic study by Kroll Associates.

The lawmaker, in a letter to the Speaker, says the report shows systematic looting of public resources and hidden in more than 40 tax havens around the world by way of cash in banks, land, ranches, and shares in blue-chip multinationals.

“On several occasions in 2013 and 2014, I requested statements … on the status of the Kroll report regarding accumulated illicit capital flight from Kenya,” said Kabando in the letter dated March3, 2016 addressed to National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi.

“It is quite perplexing that two years on no response has been received. Doesn’t this exemplify executive sabotage of parliamentary duties?”
Kabando now wants the Finance committee to make public the Kroll Report and take charge of tracing and recovering the pillaged assets hidden abroad.

The assets overseas include multi-million pound properties in London, New York, and South Africa; as well as a 10,000 hectare ranch in Australia. 

President Mwai Kibaki hired Kroll Associates in 2003 to track and repatriate funds stashed abroad by business people and top public officials in the Kanu regime, but findings have never made public even after whistleblower site WikiLeaks published the explosive report in the run-up to the 2007 General Election.

Kanu operated a 40-year totalitarian administration until Mr Kibaki-led Narc dislodged it from power in the 2002 General Election.

Those named in the 110-page Kroll Report include retired President Moi’s sons Philip and Gideon, Joshua Kulei, who served as private secretary to Moi, ex-powerful Minister Nicholas Biwott and former VP Geroge Saitoti (deceased).

Mr Kulei allegedly owns several palatial residences in London “where his children go to school” says the report, giving addresses such as 19 Eaton Park, Cobham, Surrey, Flat 11, No49 and Lowdnes Square London.

In September 2007, then government spokesman Alfred Mutua (now Machakos governor), confirmed that the government had received the Kroll Report in 2004.

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) as well as its predecessors are yet to pursue those named and recover the loot.

“We even engaged the services of people like Kroll Associates and they told us that we lost so many billions. Kenyans were excited that all that money will come back. But what happened?” asked Finance minister Amos Kimunya during a parliamentary debate on August 23, 2011.

The Kroll Report said that Philip Moi had assets worth £384 million while his brother Gideon Moi (currently Baringo senator) was reported to be worth £550 million. This translates to Sh54.5 billion and Sh78.1 billion respectively at current exchange rates.

Some of the Kibaki government officials named in the Kroll Report include Stanley Murage, Kibaki’s private secretary and former State House comptroller Matere Keriri – said to be the faces behind a project dubbed Team Simoco to supply a multi-billion shilling police communications.

Transnational Bank is accused of being the launder of stolen cash to the tune of Sh13 billion to overseas accounts, according to the Kroll Report.

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

The president has been urged by Boniface Mwangi

He who finds a wife finds a good thing, and obtains favour from the LORD.

Dear Mr. President, 

While you have said the right words in the war against corruption, you have not kept your word. You swore to uphold and protect the constitution but you have failed. It’s never too late to do the right thing and if you focus your energy on fighting corruption, you can do it. In fact the best person to learn from is close to you. Here are few lessons from the First Lady. 

1. Do what you say you’re going to do. The First Lady promised to work to reduce maternal deaths in 2013. She has consistently worked towards that, thus keeping her word. She talks less and focuses more on keeping her promise. Mrs. Margaret Kenyatta has won Kenyan hearts by her work not talk. Walk your anti-corruption talk. This is your fourth year in power and there is not a single person in jail in one of the most corrupt country in the world. 
2. Don’t be a hypocrite. The First Lady understands that she needs everyone’s support to meet her goals. All Kenyans irrespective of party affiliation or political ideology are welcome in her marathon runs.  Your people blame western countries, donor agencies and activists for the woes affecting this country while knowing very well your government receives donor funding. The citizens aren’t to blame for the corruption in Kenya but you are because you have the instruments of power to deal with it. If anything it’s the active citizens who are making the most noise about corruption hoping you will take action. You need everyone on board in the war against corruption. The enemy of corruption should be your friend.
3. Cut loose the toxic political relationships around you. The First Lady has been careful about who she associates herself with. When she discovered the company doing PR for the Beyond Zero Campaign was the same one doing PR for Anne Waiguru, she ended the relationship. She knew she didn’t want her brand associated with theft of public resources. Your politician friend’s are stealing but you keep hanging out with them.  As the Gikuyu say, gutiri muici na mucuthiriria: there is no difference between the thief and the look-out man. We, the citizens, shall judge you by the company you keep.
4. Get a dependable team. For the First Lady to run and finish the marathon, she got a team that knew how to run marathons to prepare her. She was running for maternal health but she didn’t get a nurse to do that because that’s not a nurse’s area of expertise. For the war against corruption to be won, you must get the right team who are untainted. While in Israel, you said Kenyans are thieves. You trusted foreigners to help you win the court case at the ICC; your government receives donor money from USA and EU countries. You can as well work with foreigners to fight corruption in Kenya. Kenyans use Safaricom and Airtel to call; they drink Tusker beer and Delmonte juices and smoke BAT cigarettes.  These businesses are headed by foreigners and are owned by foreign entities. Even the Kenyatta business empire has quite a number of foreigners. ‘Imperialism” is a line you can use in the campaign but it’s a fact that the people Jubilee call imperialists, have been able to prosecute; chicken gate, BAT and Anglo leasing cases abroad while in Kenya their accomplices are roaming free. You signed a deal with President Obama that will see America help Kenya fight graft. Take advantage of Kenya-American cooperation and ask for investigators to come pursue the looters of public money. You won’t be the first Kenyan President to hire foreigners; when the judiciary had a shortage of Judges, Moi hired foreign judges. One of your advisors, Tony Blair, the former Prime Minister of the UK is, of course, a foreigner.
5. In the First Lady’s marathon the winners get a prize. Incentivize whistle blowing. Reward and protect whistleblowers. Protect them from economic thieves who will always go after them. 
6. Think Legacy. You’re too focused on re-election and pleasing your thieving political allies and in the process public resources are being looted and the national debt is rising.  You’re 54 years old and at this stage of your life legacy should be a priority. This world is a journey and you have covered most of yours (Kenya’s life expectancy is 63 years but we hope you live longer to see the seeds of what you will have sowed). You should focus on ensuring that when you leave power, Kenya will be in a much better place than you found it. Finally, when the judiciary starts jailing the “big fish” then and only then will people believe the war against corruption is real.

Martin Luther King Jr. said: “We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now.”
Your greater challenge is restoring the integrity and honesty of the Kenyan people. By fighting corruption you will lose a few corrupt allies but win an entire nation.
Good luck, Mr. President, and please run at least a kilometre with the first Lady during this weekend’s Beyond Zero Marathon.  See you at the Marathon.