Joshua Omwenga: >>>Atuti, how justified are you to profile whole communities and condemn them to infamy.I have been taught by teachers from those communities,gone to school(up to university)and beyond with some of them,worked with some of them,some of our best athletes come from there,some good businessmen come from among them,we are married to some of them,they have married our daughters and so forth.
Just tell me,how do you want us to hate everybody yet communities are interdependent and the mistakes, if any, were committed by a few people, if any. Madaraka day is a national holiday for the entire nation.I expect you to campaign for everybody’s inclusion in the ceremony without exception.Please enlighten me on your thinking.
Justus Atuti: >>>Foremost, I want to correct you. I am not fighting or serializing any single community wholesale. I am actually against impunity, corruption, unemployment, favoritism, arrogance and a failed delivery of election pledges. I am fighting Uhuru Kenyatta as well as William Ruto for lying to Kenyans and instead choosing to separate Kenyans on tribal lines. I am not fighting Kikuyus. I am not fighting Kalenjins.
I am fighting those who have arrogantly been the reason why our youths don’t have jobs. If you have been following me closely, the thing I assume you have been doing, I fought Nyachae and his family shrewdly for using Omogusii to ride high with nothing for us to show for, the war I can assure you I won. Was this a war serializing the whole community of Mwanyagetinge where I belong?
I have fought Evans Kidero before, as well as Dalmas Otieno and a number of Luo elites I need not mention. Was this a war staged against the Luo community? I have fought Eugene Wamalwa, Musalia Mudavadi, Ababu Namwamba,etc. I have taken my war to the doorsteps of individuals all across Kenya. Does this mean I am fighting my motherland, the nation where I proudly belong?
As a Kisii, I have been vocal on those who have used our youths to ride high, as the youths sag into desperado drunkenness. Does this mean I have fought my own community?
Back to Madaraka Day celebration that’s coming next week.
We are celebrating Madaraka Day with pending, unresolved issues. We are pretending to celebrate over nothing other than the unfortunate suffering of our people. Corruption has hit it’s highest. Insecurity is at an untenable level. Unemployment, inflation, poor Healthcare services, financial services, communication, the media ,education sector, poaching, robbery with violence, over-taxation, every sector, is in a complete total mess.
What disturbs me most, and what encourages me to stage my war, even if I remain one man standing is, the same leaders who are meant to sanitize the situation are engulfed in chest-thumbing, arrogance and are busy aligning their communities in the name of TYRANNY OF NUMBERS. How about us, those who are unfortunate to lack that tyranny of numbers?
Why will we not nickname their behavior as TYRANNY OF STUPIDITY, INSANITY AND MADNESS? Do we have a nation here to be proud of? Do they have conscience that we have a nation to safeguard for our children to come? When Jubilee aligns, intoxicates and incites their entire communities to support even the obvious intentional theft, malicious damage of our nation, do you expect me to sit back and clap for them?
They are now congremerating in Nakuru with an arrogance, never seen before, as they unleash the police on innocent Kenyans. You expect me to serve myself with this cup and plate of stupidity, drink it and eat it as if all is well?
When they converge in Nakuru, what do you expect the segregated communities to do? Follow them? Dog them in the name of nationalism? HELL NO! We must come together as a people and find a solution out of this quagmire. And the only option is, to converge in Nairobi, at Uhuru Park and discuss our available options.
How does this amount to breaking the law that Uhuru Kenyatta breaks at will as if we do not live in a nation with laws, as if we are guided by the law of the jungle? If converging as a people to find a focal point for our future amounts to disrespect to a national holiday and break of the law, so be it. If it is reason enough for Uhuru, Ruto, Nkaisery and that group to unleash the police on us, so be it.
We will either respond in kind, or just cross the bridge when we are there. If this is breaking the law, then be it. After all, is it not our constitution? Did we give birth to this constitution in parliament that the son of Jomo keeps telling us about? NO. Our Constitution was born on the streets.
Even the repeal of section 2 A that gave birth to multipartism was born and nurtured on the streets. This is the history Kenyans won’t set aside. With the street battles, TUMEZOEA. Some of these people don’t even know where we have come from because they were nowhere when we were on the streets to fight for what they are trying to take away from us.
And yes. I will not forget. I may be a single unit and insignificant. But any Kisii supporting Jubilee…IT IS A WAR STAGED ON THEM.
And I asked a question that you and those who reason the same level with you have avoided. Our independence has been here for over 50 years. The same people, the same community that have been subduing our people, the same people in there arrogance, are still around and going strong in our impoverishment.
And now they have declared that the presidency is booked till 2032!. Are you kidding me? And our people are busy clapping at this nonesesne, as if Kenya belongs to them alone? Does this mean wengine tutaonea uraisi kwa mbali? Does it mean as a people we will sit back and watch the Kikuyus calling Luos stupid names for fighting the tyrants and we say it is ok?
Have you ever asked yourself where we would be if there were no Raila Odinga who stands between them and us, and therefore shielding us permanently from them?
And now the reason why you feel I am serializing an entire community where you may have derived your teachers from, some of them your inlaws, and all that you can think of. I want to assure you that I am more inclined to the Kikuyu Community more than you. I have a history with them, perhaps more than you do.
You may have a teacher_student relationship with them. I have a more deeply founded, emotional and family ties with them. Does this give me reason to support mediocrity? Does this mean I won’t say what is wrong? Does this mean I lose the right to a well managed nation, with a fair, honest and devoted leadership ?
Does this make me lose the right to a sober nation? Does this mean that my relationship with them takes away my responsibility of fighting for a just society? If you think so, then you are wrong. This is the land where my future generation will live long after I am gone, reason why I will fight for it, tooth and crook….be it a tribal war, or individual wars.
This is why I will support Kenyans to converge at Uhuru Park under CORD and those who want to converge in Nakuru, it is their choice. However, I am opposed to Ruto and Nkaisery threats. They add nothing. They are only hot air. If they make their threats true, then I will urge our people to set a side the so called PEACE and respond in kind. Who says we don’t know where guns are acquired from? Who says we fear war? WE WILL RESPOND IN KIND, IF PROVOKED….
HAVE I ANSWERED YOUR QUESTIONS AND THOSE OPPOSED TO ME, AND THOSE WHO CALL TO THREATEN ME, INCLUDING ONE MR KAMAU KURIA WHO SHOULD KEEP OFF MY PRIVATE INBOX AND PHONE AND THOSE WHO KEEP HARASSING ME HERE AND THERE? ANY DOUBTING THOMASES CAN STILL ASK A QUESTION. AND YES….NKAISERY, UHURU, RUTO, AND EVERYONE CAN SEE THIS.
JOshua Omwenga:>>> well answered.it is the president and his deputy you may be having a problem with.i also don’t support inequality n the other vices just like you but i don’t lose my cool and abuse anybody so easily.i will send some clips shortly(mugabe,before he became senile,mandela….)so that you read their attitude to their oppressors.