By Comrade Albert Nyakundi Amenya
The question I keep asking myself, did Murkomen and his sycophancy go to school and successfully pass his exams? the more reason why I am beginning to understand what my literature professor taught me that “Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured” That aside.
Recently, President Kenyatta went on a touristic trip abroad. It is an open secret that while still holidaying in Israel, the President rendered his presidentship questionable by discoursing before the world how the people he administers are a One-trick pony, only experts at stealing.
However, the bigger question remains, what if it was Raila who said Kenyans are thieves? How would Jubilee have responded?
To buttress his assertions further, Uhuru went ahead and inexpertly signposted that Kenya has the highest number of thugs per square kilometre. At the time, the Jubilee cheering squad cum attack-dogs eschewed from berating the ‘father’ of the nation.
All the government online warriors temporarily went to online exile and the president’s petrifying remarks went undiscussed.
Recently, Prime Minister Raila Odinga while on a TV interview by France 24 amused the world with his bedazzling brickbats about the recently terminated ICC cases against President Kenyatta and his deputy William.
According to dastards like Murkomen and Duale et al, Raila’s jumbo sin was to admit that the conclusion of the cases might fuel impunity among African dictators who change constitutions in their favor to make themselves life Presidents.
When Raila speaks the truth, they are overcurious to listen, punch fake holes and attack him. nonetheless, when Uhuru insults Kenyans, there is a conspiracy of silence among them. Reminds me of my high school favorite set book the Animal Farm by George Orwell where all Animals are equal but other are more equal than the rest.
I therefore conclude that former German Führer and NAZI leader Adolf Hitler was right by saying “Sooner will a camel pass through a needle’s eye than a great man be ‘discovered’ by an election”