1. Infighting among senior Statehouse communications team-PSCU; there are those who feel Manoah Esipisu is a Johny come lately and his style doesn’t serve the presidency well, his juniors have been plotting his downfall since January 2014. Only yesterday a PSCU staff anonymously released a document that highlighted some of the instances where funds have been lost in the hands of Esipisu including those allocated for the Pope’s visit, the document went viral on Twitter.
To their disadvantage all Manoah Esipisu’s juniors do not meet minimum required qualification to replace him; Munyori Buku cannot even address a funeral gathering in his village, he is extremely shy, he can only write angry juvenile statements directed at Raila Odinga. Itumbi, well he is good only in ‘radicalizing’ Mt Kenya Facebookers and lacks requisite papers, the rest like Wangui, Munira etc are just there….
To claim that Esipisu was demoted for defending Waiguru is a big lie, well Uhuru and DP Ruto defended the former Devolution CS on national TV are they going to demote themselves? Itumbi defended Waiguru up-until EACC searched her house…
2. Preparing for a Police State in 2017/18; obviously Uhuru re-election is a pipe dream- the best bet for him to go back to Statehouse is alleged to be via rigging (through IEBC and Courts). By ceding off Esipisu, the Mt Kenya mafia are preparing on how to deal with a 2017 post election scenario. They do not need a sober Esipisu, they will need an angry, confident for nothing Kiraithe.
3. Mwenda Njoka, the Interior ministry Spokesman is more of a back-stage man, Uhuru needed a strong face to complement General Nkaissery to justify the anticipated extra-judicial measures to be undertaken during and after 2017 campaigns.