Your arrogance is baffling. calling those Kenyans who have concerns about sections of the bill, noisemakers, is not only divisive, but demonstrate that your understanding of power is limited.
The President should seek to unite this country, than to divide it. Many countries around the world have excellent laws, but nations rise and fall, not only because of the laws they have, but also in how those laws are interpreted and implemented by those in authority.
Kenyans have raised issues about corruption, patronage, lack of proper equipments, and politicization of the security apparatus, as some of the factors contributing to insecurity in the country. The intentions of this security amendment law may be great, but as precedent show cases where go laws were manipulated for political purposes, this law too can be manipulated to settle political scores.
It is ambiguous in the definition of what is offensive, among other things. As the party in power, the president must exercise restraint, and be accommodative to the views and suggestions of those opposed to the law.
I would have been more pleased if in addition to the law, the president would give cars to police stations across the country, improve road accessibility so that our police officers can respond quickly in cases of security emergency. Again, power and strength is demonstrated by how you treat those who do not necessarily agree with your position. Powerful people treat with respect, those who do not agree with them.
These were words of Anwar Saddat sitting in for Team Baba Online Force