WAIGURU’S TIME IS UP!
Madam Waiguru doesn’t have to purchase things, in her ministry but she can pick a sample of 3 items randomly review, and discover the massive theft, and stop it. And she doesn’t have to do that daily, she can do it weekly. Just 3 items and audit for inflated prices. That’s what CEOs do.
She is responsible for instituting a pilfer-proof financial control system in her ministry, but she didn’t. She has to take responsibility now and bow out. Her time is up! Waiguru’s position is now untenable. She has effectively lost the high moral ground to continue transacting business on behalf of Kenyans.
What she needs to do now is negotiate her exit with her appointing authority, and the 2 can agree to keep each other’s little secrets, and promise to never spill the beans of what they know about each other, in light and in darkness.
Uhuru can even do what Moi once did, which is to contain Waiguru in some compound with gun wielding administration police, and never allow her to leave the compound. She is privy to a lot of state secrets and her exit has to be negotiated and managed, “in the interest of National Security”. Or even give her some holiday treat to some place far away, then she can come back from “exile” after many yrs. With my understanding of statecraft, its a matter of when not if, that Waiguru will exit. Uhuru can choose to retain dignity, or loose his dignity in a messy Waiguru exit/
In the French Revolution, the entire lineage to the throne was beheaded, when the King failed to heed to the signs of the times. Uhuru is a good student of History, and he shouldn’t wait for Jubilee to be “beheaded” in a revolution that is fast gathering steam towards 2017. Uhuru can stop a revolution now, by the stroke of 1 o’clock news. That is how Uhuru can avert an uprising, war and escape the wrath of the masses. That is the Foxiness that perpetuates a Prince stay in power.
Insisting on keeping Waiguru, is stoking the embers of anarchy, and decay in the rule of law. You intervene in a timely fashion. Rather than wait to use APs with guns in warding off Keter compliant demonstrators demanding Waiguru ouster, Uhuru should just let this cancerous lesion go. The donda ndugu in his cabinet has to be debrided. Vanilla chocolate may be sweet, but the presidency is sweeter. If she was loyal, she would have made it easier for you, but she is not, now that she has chosen to fight.