By the Banana Peddler
As I said, there is no life in anymore in Kenya. This country is bleeding from all openings including the anus, the mouth and the nose. With the kind of leadership in place, Kenya will soon suffocate and die. Following my painstaking assessment of the situation, I have discovered that forces seeking to destroy our country cannot be stopped.
The poor keep dying of neglect, starvation and hunger as their leaders hold a Ksh3billion party using the money that is supposed to help them. I see more trouble ahead because nothing has changed in the way politics is played in Kenya. It is the same old ways, the same old tricks.
Just watch what happened in Kasarani and tell me if there was any iota of democracy and truth in the process. Delegates were handpicked and heavily bribed. My snoop tells me that others were forced to take oaths of allegiance because of the Ksh10k and 3day upkeep given to them.
Since politics is now the only well-paying job in the country, the desperation of politicians or the so called defectors could be understood. Nonetheless, the nation would pay for their selfishness – and for their stupidity.
When I examine Kenyan politics using my crystal balls, I see the harbingers of class suicide knocking at the door.
It’s needless telling them to save themselves because a hunter’s dog doesn’t hear the smell of faeces. At a time like this, however, I wish to quote former American president John Kennedy, as I have done before in this space: “If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.” He, who has ears, let him hear.