BY MUHORO EJIDIO
The fire at JKIA was caused by infighting among the drug dealers. With the rise into power of Jubilee, there has been a realignment of the drug dealing fraternity
The deportation of Chinedu and numerous other Nigerian drug dealers is believed to have been orchestrated by drug dealers, some of them who occupy top government positions in the Jubilee government. Some of them, flamboyant ones are Governors, while others are Senators and MPs.
So what happened is that following the realignments, read the rise to power of a new government, these Nigerian drug dealers have been having trouble getting their cocaine and heroin hauls into the country, while the ones connected to the Jubilee top honchos easily find their containers shipped. So in March, Kenya not only changed government in a rigged election, but also the top dawgs of the drug distribution network changed.
And so a major high value drug haul that had been destined for Nairobi had to pass JKIA customs by what Malcolm X called â€œall means necessaryâ€. That is when the Nigerian drug dealers set the fire to create confusion, so that in medias res of the hullaballoo, and stampede, they were able to get about 100 briefcases worth Sh 500m full of Cocaine and Hashish that had been ferried from Pakistan via Nigeria after repackaging.
And so as coward folks including cargo inspectors fled for their lives including the policemen at the airport who are supposed to be selfless enough to leave the building last as required of security personnel ran away, the drug haul was sneaked out through the airport gate to a warehouse in Embakassi owned by a PNU affiliated drug baron.
And so Kenyans have a lot to worry about, because as warned by Makau Mutua in his Sundayâ€™s Op-ed, that Kenya is fast joining other failed states, as a nation that is in total moral decadence.
A few of Kenyan politicians made it to Obamas list of sanctioned politicians, and in this government, thereâ€™s even more drug dealers presently occupying strategic powerful positions in government, law enforcement and KDF as Uhuru is kept in the dark.
Some of them use devil worshipping and illuminati connections to offer as sacrifice those who stand in their drug routes. Those who attempt to fight the drug lords have their throats slit in ceremonies where the whoâ€™s who of drug dealers sip the blood oozing out of their victims necks.
Some of that human blood is poured into wine glasses, from which the evil spirits and demons drink from as they face away from the glasses. All those who stand in the way of these flamboyant politicians and drug dealers are sacrificed in these ceremonies.
Thatâ€™s why for Uhuru to succeed in stamping out drug dealers, he would need to kick out the drug dealing elements associated with top politicians within his coalition because the snowball effect of the JKIA inferno which was being put off using buckets that soldiers at Embakassi barracks shower with in their barracks (shame on us) is yet to be manifest.
It showed that Kenyaâ€™s disaster preparedness is seedy, and any jet fire crash may not be contained. Tell Uhuru to rein in on the drug dealers associated with his coalition, before they establish a sophisticated drug distribution network that goes to the kiosks and shops in the shopping centers across the country.
Because the powerful elements in the trade thrive by getting you hooked up and then they bind you to be paying a certain ransom every week for constant supply, but initially give it to you for free. Already they are in our primary and secondary schools recruiting new drug addicts who will wreck havoc to Kenyaâ€™s economy in 2030.
The Kenyan intellectual is at the verge of extinction, thanks to the government ineptness. I can predict that following the election of ICC genocide suspects, we probably might elect a drug baron as president in as close as 2017 or 2023. They are now well positioned, and are slowly taking over the media.
100 Suitcases are already in supply. The faction of drug dealers thatâ€™s in bed with government operatives is bringing these drugs in containers at the Mombasa Port. These containers go un-inspected. Some are brought in through the port of Kismayu, where its combined with the charcoal dealing that the UN claims KDF top brass has been engaging in partnership with Al Shabaab top brass.
Meanwhile the 2 drug dealing camps are in talks to start working together. They are likely to secure appointments to the most powerful house in Nairobi and Kenya. And then they will be in business together. They have realized that they either hang together, or in future be hanged separately.
Letâ€™s all pray for Kenya. We screwed up in March, but we will have another chance in 2017. Letâ€™s not do something stupid again. Bye.
The writer is a Security Analyst.