A day after being thoroughly floored on the situation of jubilee leadership of the country, Mukurwe-ini MP Kabando Wa Kabando took to Facebook to vent his own frustrations with the Jubilee government. Kabando met CORD minority whip Jakoyo Midiwo on Jeff Koinange Live and thereafter made the following FB post:
As a Jubilee parliamentarian, it’s my political duty to defend the incumbent Jubilee administration, and to offer constructive criticism where necessary. The Opposition is cacophonous, ethnic-hating, kneejerk; Cord is notoriously stammering on public policy issues. Cord is snoring, clueless, rash, forlorn, uncorded. Cord is blatantly swaggering on one-man-cultism. However, we in Jubilee must avoid daft mistakes: advertising tenders for airlifting Presidential speeches is evidently a silly attempt to defraud taxpayers. The single-sourcing for security services provision by a mobile telephone company is also another error of judgement making our noble efforts to be dwarfed by our self-inflicted scars. Our President must crack the whip and drop the ruinous & gluttonous cartel off the radar. He must throw them to the high seas, or better still bin them all in the cesspool of history to roll in derelict. There’s a clique of greedy mafia spoiling Jubilee agenda. They think they own this regime. We will smoke them out of their insidious cover. Dealmaking and conniving are deviating our energies as we fend off consequent criticisms. Much of the noise and clearly ungrounded posturings camouflaged as “defences of our tribesmen” is fuelled by veteran “dealers” long spoilt by old ‘eatiosis’ culture (plunderers). I know Uhuru Kenyatta as a brilliant, strong, focused personality. I urge my President to rely on judicious, consultative leadership to propel his Presidency to the Jubilee triumph we elected it to be. We mustn’t permit brokers and predatory business dealmakers derail our genuine agenda for leadership integrity and successful economic program. We must reign ravenous selfish interests. Implosions or explosions, all bad for growth. If we falter, this country risks unforgivable disappointment. If we limp, this country risks being mortgaged by an opposition only united by its sulking, whining, tantrums, and it’s foreign – engineered incorrigible ethnic hate crusade. If we slacken, our collective resolve as majoritarian democratically elected Jubilee leadership will betray a citizenry so spirited for authentic sovereign will. Jubilee cannot bet on a fail. Either we triumph, win, or succeed. Only that! And am optimistic all will come okay, but bold decisions will and must be made. Otherwise chasing small political feuds while the predators loom large is being minimalist.