Archives for February 2013
The massive crowds in Nakuru is a confirmation that Rift Valley is a tossup, CORD too got numbers in the region!
By: Tom Sonko [wpsocialite] This is a slide extracted from page 37 of the Opinion polls presentation by Ipsos Synovaye on Friday, the poll results gave Uhuru 44.80% against Raila 44.40%.Â Â The slide is crucial as it bears the statics of the fundamenta question; “who the respondents will vote for”. How Wolf forgot this is […]
[wpsocialite] Safe actors perform the Ni Sisi play, which has now been made into a film. Photograph: Safe By: Clar Ni Chonghaile in Nairobi for the guardian.co.uk, Friday 22 February 2013 12.06 GMT Ni Sisi (It Is Us) hopes to promote change in mindset and prevent repeat of violence that occurred after 2007 election Mercy […]
[wpsocialite] The news of Uhuru Kenyatta withdrawing his commitment to attend next week’s presidential debate will perhaps rob Kenyans an opportunity of the best debate zinger ever. In the first presidential debate, candidate Dida pulled a series of funny lines but none was as funny and serious as that by Prime Minister Raila Odinga, who […]
[wpsocialite] Here below is a letter sent by IEBC to top bureaucrat Francis Kimemia & co highlighting events that link him to Jubilee campaigns. Mr. Francis Kimemia, CBS Permanent Secretary, Secretary to the Cabinet and Head of Public Service Office of the President, Harambee House P.o box 62345-00200 Nairobi. Mr. Itea Aringo, CBS Permanent Secretary […]
Raila Odinga addressed massive crowds in the two counties of Gusii. One rally was held in Nyaturango the village shopping centre of Simeon Nyachae’s home, the crowds were massiveÂ making a mockery of Jubilee’s rally at the Gusii municipal stadium on Tuesday.
The last ten days have proven to be the worst for the Jubilee Alliance campaign team. It started with Taveta residents calling a bluff on the Public Health Minister Hon. Beth Mugoâ€™s empty land promise to the squatters. Local leaders accused her of hoodwinking squatters in exchange for votes just like in 2002 when the […]
By: Rashid Wanjala [wpsocialite] The Jubilee campaigns are crumbling. Rift Valley has now gone from a locked in for Jubilee to a Tossup province. The Tyranny of numbers is now just a myth that has been demystified. My prediction is that going by the Raila frenzy in Kapenguria, and Pokot which is apparently Poghishioâ€™s backyard, […]
By: Kenya Today [wpsocialite] Kenyans are yet to come to terms to yesterday Feb 20thâ€™s revelation by the Chief Justice that Judicial officers have been threatened by Mungiki and that a new trend of intimidation has been devised by top bureaucrats to intimidate and frustrate the judiciary a head of the general elections. Of interest […]
CORD Presidential candidate Raila Oding took his campaign to Kapenguria and Sigor areas of West Pokot where he received a super rapturous welcome. West Pokot is categorized as a swing vote however CORD seems to gain to more ground and may upset the balance for Jubilee if Odinga’s super rally in Kapenguria today is anything […]
[wpsocialite] The threatening letter sent to the Chief Justice and president of the Supreme Court of Kenya Dr Willy Mutungu by the Mungiki Click on the image to maximize for easy reading.
By: Kenya Today [wpsocialite] Chief Justice Dr. Willy Mutunga says he has been threatened with “dire consequences” if the courts barred presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta from contesting next month’s election. Dr. Mutunga in a televised press conference said he had received a “poison-pen letter” allegedly sent by Mungiki- an outlawed group “extolling” violence. Dr Mutunga […]
By Kenya Today [wpsocialite] Uhuru Kenyatta has bowed out of the second presidential debate, his campaign team is reported to have written to the Presidential Debate Steering Committee withdrawing his commitment to attend the forthcoming debate. True to his character of shifting blame, Mr Kenyatta claims that the debate moderators allowed other candidates to escape […]
Uhuru Kenyatta will not participate in the second Presidential Debate scheduled for Monday, February 25th. In a letter to the presidential Debate Steering committee, the Jubilee campaign secretariat protested at what they term as unfairness in how the first debate was organized and moderated and that as a result candidate Uhuru will not participate. Here […]
This is Part II of the the two part opinion piece on allegations by CORD of advance rigging of the March 4th general election by top government bureaucrats. By: Rashid Wanjala [wpsocialite] And as you know one thing leads to another, the problem in 2007 was that the rigging blueprint did not unfold as projected. […]