Murkomen must be all smiles with ODM’s nomination of Mercy Chebeni, a Sabot/Kalenjin may be a village neighbour of Sakaja Koskei Johnson…
Well, Murkomen is alleged to have given Hon Naisula Lesuuda a super warm reception in senate, now that Lesuuda is an elected member of national assembly Murkomen is left with Chebeni for another grand welcome…
Meanwhile Onyango Ochieng Jnr is ranting like demented Kibaki, read this>>>
By Onyango Ochieng Jnr
The ODM comrades carpeting the party’s move to nominate one esoteric character, a Miss Chebeni, to the senate should blame themselves. They have always packaged themselves as sharecroppers and not shareholders; as choristers, online swordsmen, factotums, militias, mercenaries, fetchers of water, escorts of guests and worker bees who have no management role whatsoever to play beyond cheering those they think can lead.
This is a very worrisome path indeed; a serious course of concern! When nominations for EALA cropped up, these very people instead of forwarding their names became annointers –in-chief of certain elitist interests, zealously furthering those interests in the weirdest of ways. Then a friend asked me:
What’s wrong with these guys, don’t they believe in their abilities to lead, formulate their own agenda and canvas for it? I had no answer. Then nominations cropped up and people were supposed to apply.
That is the time these comrades in their usual character went on a whirlwind politicking, anointing whom they thought was suitable and thoroughly excoriating others—I wonder why they personally believe these seats are too big for them and their only role must be limited to praise-singing, sycophancy, hagiography and lobbying.
Mercy Chebeni was confident, strategic and tactical. She saw a position and applied for it, just like that—lady luck came smiling. Louis Pasture’s definition of luck is “When coincidence meets preparedness”. Instead of criticizing Mercy, her traducers should deal with their ego deficits and esteem shortfalls.—after all, the difference between a fool and a wise man is only sense of judgment while similarity is the talent.
Chebeni, believed in herself, the good Lord only magnified her steps. Congrats. Omiyo, cheering alone is not your portion brother/sister; it’s time to believe in yourselves too…YES YOU CAN.