Tuesday, September 20, 2005


Okay l was bound to talk about this. So lets just do a brief.

First, everything l write has to do with achieving dreams. Kenya's referendum is what l am talking about. I watched with a lot of interest these beloved politicians promise to do a round of rallies. Others just didn't put their moneys where their mouths were. It is one thing to say you will do something, it is totally another to be out there and doing it.Big difference, my dear, big difference.

Another thing l have a problem with is the fact that these leaders feel obligated to choose for me what l want to say in the referendum. They seem to forget that l have a mind of my own and that l need to make the decision for me and my future children. What is wrong with this picture?

And then those that feel they are being boxed into a corner for not doing their homework go off looking cheap by threatening others.What the*?!! And then the name calling plus shameful tactics of dictatorial leanings. SHAME ON YOU KENYAN POLITICIANS. NYINYI WOTE WA YES NA NO. You cheapen Kenyan patriotism. This is a time l am so ashamed to be a Kenyan. You look like kids fighting in the estate's car park. Wengine wameenda kuita daddy. Wengine wanapiga wengine ngoto. Kwani you don't have someone to help you sort this mess out.Shameless you all are.

You guys are giving us the different versions of the constitution. There is a constitution according to the yes camp and then there is one according to the no camp. Then there is the one that we are going to the referendum about. Kenyans like me who have read the constitution are watching in horror as it gets modified by the minute. Loudly, publicly and with no thread of shame.Half of these politicians are totally lying in broad daylight.

True there are contentious issues that need sorting out. But don't go exagerrating them to a point where wanjiku cannot make up her mind as she votes. My guess is that some of the confused Kenyans who will deem this constitution too large to go through will actually sit back and watch the others vote. Why? These versions are confusing. When you listen to the different camps you will actually be forgiven to think we have 3 draft constitutions... their versions are unbelievable.

And when you are fighting like this, who makes you think wanjiku will trust you?


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sandman said...

true these idiots running our goverment are like little spoilt brats who think of nothing but me first. but on the bright side, Kenya is a few elections away from becoming a true democracy - for the people by the people!

James I. M. said...

I agree with you to a point. The point being that our leaders are not showing us the way. But, are we any better, when every day we are attending their meetings, urging then on, when we should be showing them the door ? People who do not respect authority have no business looking for leadership. If you can not be led, do not seek to lead.
The other day, one of the NO politicians called us illiterate, because we agreed with him that we will not read the document. In fact the problem is with us KENYANS. We do not know what we want, therefore we are bound to accept or reject anything. POOR us. I am sure that, come 21 November 2005, Kenyans will vote anyhow, not caring the outcome...

Anonymous said...

Its very interesting to listen to our politicians nowadays. They will say any lie just to convince the Mwananchi. They will tell the Wanjiku all sort of words. Sample this:
They used to say sometime ago that they want want wanjiku to make her own constitution. I personally believe Wanjiku made one. Some politicians have now told the world that the same Wanjiku can not read the katiba, why? because she is illiterate, Just immagine. I never knew that a human can write something he can not read.
Why do these NO politician fear wanjiku reading the katiba? Because they know very well that the wako draft cares about wanjiku but does not favour the wide stomachs of the politicians.To hell with them, Majority will difinately win.
Then why do some people at this era of democracy still believe in those 'long time ago eras' of KANU zones?
Do they really for minority any where in kenya eg YES in Nyanza.
We must be allowed to converge like Kamotho is allowed in Mathioya. Violence will not increase the size of Ugali in the evenning rather it will completly dissappear. The bread winner will be stoned to death by some NO thugs. Let us be peaceful, Whether YES or NO.
See you on 21/11/2005
Concerned Tuju supporter.

Anonymous said...

How can educated persons like Hon. kibaki give out goodies to people to vote yes and Hon. Kombo think of using referendum platform to become a president. Referendum is for generations let us not think of personal gains but think about Kenya with taped resources such as Indian ocean, Lake Victoria and fertile highlands.Why so much consern about Raila? Is he immortal?God bless Kenya

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