POLL RIGGING

Do you anticipate this and how can we (ODM supporters) help to curb this

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105 Responses to POLL RIGGING

  1. tnk says:

    I would advise we tread on this issue with caution. We can easily shoot ourselves in the foot by providing PNU die hards reading this forum new and creative ideas that they would not have imagined.

    It may be more prudent to reflect and enumerate on all the strategies they have used so far and if bloggers see more loopholes, to email blog admin and ODM secretariat so that plans are in place to circumvent before airing their views.

    Observing ODM-K and PNU campaigns lately you find them mostly using materials from this blog from very worthy contributions.

  2. Yego says:

    Can the jki police start checking phyically the hand lagguages and check in lagguages originating from Brussels airport from today.We have come to learn that about 27 pple have booked round trip flights with Air Brussels from Kanombe/Kigali international airport via connie at Anfa Airport, casablanca morroco to Brussels and back.From Kigali they will then board Rwandair back to nairobi.This is the squad which is definately assigned the task of delivering the fake presidential ballot papers.
    ODMers take note of this.

  3. Yego says:

    Mr Emilio personally conceded defeat yesterday in western kenya, and this is wat he had to say to the pple. “The President said: “The people of Rift Valley have decided; I am asking you (Western Province) to join other Kenyans in developing this beautiful land.” From this statement we can say that kibaki as conceded defeat because even the 3 yr toddlers know who the Rift Valley pple supports.Any deviation from this statement which was historic by itself would amount to Rigging.

  4. McJairo, Hiroshima says:

    To answer the question “Can we help to curb this?” I say yes and in a big way. The supporters started helping by constantly leaking info and thereby putting their lives and jobs on the line long tome ago and will continue in varoues ways.

    My inferrence on the question is that it’s calling on us- ODM supporters – to do even more. Which I definitely agrree with and challenge all to take up.

    How and when we shall help is a question of “what and how” the rigging plot is executed. Reading the second post – by Yego, you can see that it has started. I would urge the agent4change and staff to follow up on what Mr. Yego has hinted to up there and maybe have “R.V. leaflets fiasco” repeat itself. I hope all are getting my point.

    Who tells you we can not work on a plan to shame or “disappear on the way?”

  5. solomon says:

    Tnk has raised a valid point. Let confidential info and strategies be sent to the private mail directly.

    We may end up giving PNU ideas on how to perfect the rigging plot.

  6. BJ says:

    Great there Yego the work you are doing. I am sure of one thing that ODM network can be so detailed if we mean to do the job. I still believe we need to streamline and have a small subsidiary information/inteligence outlet mechanisms championed by a few trusted members of this site. It will be a shame if Yego for instance cannot have his talent and information network not linked directly to Engineer Odinga’s networks. Many times I have seen this blog becoming incresingly useful. But blog being what it is, PUNU definitely is part of users, anytime an opponent gets to know your game plan, and that you are catching up with him, he will change his game . I however know that the kibaki rigging team can be thrown in to confusion-Is like the famous story Engineer Amolo usually give that when you throw the stone in to the bush, all the animals run at random-and they never know what has hit them. So the bit we are givin here is useful, but I would wish we can go further to the very thin and delicate details of catching up wih these guys and have them exposed. When the presidential papers were being handed over to ECK, I personally saw Mr. Chege of ECK and the chairman continoulsly called him by his name-Chege. Remember a week before Engineer had indicated of existence of a Mr. Chege at the commission managing the strong room where manipulation of the registers was going on. The commission denied that it had no such staff called chege. What I am saying is that let us continue working hard on this plan. I sometimes feel for Hon Engineer and the Pentagon, they cannot do everthing, those who can should go on and organise themselves in to units as mentioned elsewhere in this blog. Hon Mdamba Junior our new VP 2008 said over the weekend that we should form anti rigging teams, and am glad we are able to see same thinking in this blog. question is- how do we complement these great ideas to actualities?
    By the way, can you all check your details by sending your ID numbers to 5872, and verify your details. I wish ECK came more open to let people know they can do that to verify voter registration details. I just checked mine and I am safely voting Engineer in Langata come 27th both as MP and Commander in chief of armed forces and president of the republic Kenya. Langata voters Mpo??

    God bless Raila. We love you and we pray for you. You will make it.!!!!

  7. faith says:

    I concur with other bloggers that we should sent our views via the private mail to prevent PNU knowing how to counter our methods.

  8. Yego says:

    We as ODMers should not live in fear.As MCJairo puts it, we have nothing to hide at all and instead of trying to define boardroom methodologies, let do what we can do best to avert this skunk by the name RIGGING.Nothing is private or secretive ma dear friend and thats why we have opted to print in black and white what we uncover for you to know and help our party gap this menace.The ball is in the side of the ODM family to act on whatever information we give them or wait for our opponents to use it, but i can say so fay we have had a very impressive move from the Secretariat and the Pentagon on all matters raised in this blog.

  9. WIMA says:

    Leaked! PNU Post Nomination Campaign Proposal
    Just a few days ago Chris had a post here at Kumekucha wherein allegations published that ODM was distributing leaflets in Rift Valley Against Its own Candidate. Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Today, I am taking the liberty to publish PNU insider information that shows that PNU were not only the culprits in printing leaflets depicting Raila ‘hanging’ former President Moi with a sheepishly smiling Ruto watching, but PNU are blatantly committing many election malpractices.

    It is shocking to see how far a government that purports to be democratic can go in order to win elections are are rigged in advance. Voter bribery, misusing provincial administration and frightening propaganda! The entire unedited dossier is re-published herebelow.

    To add insult to injury, two APs who were caught red-handed distributing the foul literaure and were positively identified by the press in the presence of senior police officers have since been released without charge. The two officers were instead ‘re-deployed’ to AP training school in Embakasi even after having confessed to have been acting on orders from Office of the President.

    Where is Brigadier Ali to tell us no sacred cows will be spared? Or Derek to lament kazi iendelee?

    Rift Valley Zone

    Introduction
    Field visits and information available indicate in all the 49 constituencies in Rift Valley, the backlash/fall-out is in our favour. We should therefore seize the Opportunity to campaign at grassroots level for our candidate and to sell and Market the PNU. After the nomination, there are so many guest speakers including those who have crossed-over as the ODM euphoria wanes.

    Proposal
    We are proposing a 3 (Three)-Pronged Strategy:-
    (a) Two to three Meetings in a week at Divisional level.
    (b) A Mini-Rally every week or two weeks.
    (c) Constituency Rallies.

    Weekly Meetings
    These should target the Youth, Women and Organized Groups in all the divisions in a constituency with clear message and commitment to campaign for our candidate.

    Programs
    1. Prayers
    2. Traditional / choir songs
    These to be loaded with our candidates’ Achievements and Can-do Messages.
    3. Speakers
    Drilled in various Achievement Messages and local propaganda emphasize Raila is a devil worshiper out to punish Moi and other Kalenjin leaders
    4. Resolution

    • To support PNU and our candidate
    • Commitment of each person to go and recruit 5-10 others to re-elect our candidate.
    • Use the leaflets more specifically to diminish Railas image within the Kalenjin land.

    Other propaganda materials to be finalized by second week of December

    1. Details of Raila’s participation in the 1982 coup emphasize on how he killed kalenjins and kikuyus

    2. Design another MOU between him and Ruto and emphasize on how he will not honour it by his previous record

    3. Booklet of how Kikuyu will help Kalenjin owned companies and how Raila tried to snatch kalenjin wealth while he was minister of energy

    Mini- Weekly Rallies
    These should include two to three Divisions in the constituency held at Local strategic centres. The pattern of the program should be as above. Local Key nominated speakers should be encouraged to market our candidate and themselves in these Rallies. The Raila leaflets should be spread well in advance with supervision of provincial administration

    Constituency Rallies
    These should include mobilization from all the divisions within the constituency and held at strategic central places within the constituency or any historical centre within the constituency.
    The program pattern should be as above but the thrust of the rallies are to support our candidate while demonizing our greatest challenger. The propaganda must be intensified and Moi has promised to finance more materials to be distributed within a span of two weeks. Local Key speakers and invited outside speakers should grace these rallies.

    The 3 (Three)-Pronged Strategy can be initiated by our constituency coordinators together with their local Strategy Committees and assistance from the Secretariat.

    Requirements
    1. Hire of halls and site venues if these were not free as well as decorating /banners.
    2. Hire of Tents and a few chairs.
    3. Hospitality such as water.
    4. Publicity /Announcements.
    5. Police Notice of the function.
    6. Subsidized transport in some instances particularly if the Guest Speakers are from far.
    7. Branding of traditional singers and choirs

    8. Any other necessities to make the Meetings /Mini-Rallies a success.

    Assistance >From The Secretariat
    1. Materials
    T-shirts
    Caps
    Posters
    Mini-flags
    Sunvisors
    Propaganda leaflets (to be financed separately)

    Other
    2. Facilitation
    Modest facilitation on weekly basis against well planned programs of the week.
    3. National Rallies
    Advanced notice of any national Rallies within 3- 4 days away in any major Regions.

    Recommendations
    ODM euphoria is waning in Rift Valley zone. We should seize the opportunity to adopt the above proposals and any other consistent with our overall objective to win re-election for our candidate. Reactivate the propaganda about Raila and ensure it penetrates to the local level. The second bunch of leaflets depicting Raila hanging Moi and Ruto must be dropped at night and not daytime as previously done.

    The availability of Materials and modest facilitation, management and coordination are Key to these proposals’ success.

    I attach herewith the estimates Materials and facilitations for the Rift Valley Zone.

    Other Local Issues

    KANU/PNU Meetings
    KANU has persistently branded themselves KANU whenever they have Meetings to the exclusion of other PNU parties.

    In Some parts of Rift Valley Province, where ODM euphoria had gained ground the bulk of ODM followers were infact KANU supporters. The danger in this is that these followers may continue to support ODM at the expense of PNU presidential votes.

    One solution to this problem is to brand PNU all the traditional singers and choirs whenever KANU hold its Meetings. This implies that we must hold limited materials stock such as T-shirts and Caps plus posters with out constituency coordinators to enable them take the initiative to brand all Meetings and Mini-Rallies in their respective constituencies

    Constituency coordinators / Provincial Administrations mobilization
    There have been instances where mobilization has been done by Provincial Administration to the exclusion of our constituency coordinators or indeed involvement of non-locals particularly in Greater Kericho Districts, Greater Baringo Districts and Usain Gishu.

    This is beginning to cause murmurs and resistance amongst the Chiefs’ extended families who mobilize themselves expecting hand-outs and the rest of the community. This is unnecessary and uncalled for. We are proposing that all mobilizations be harmonized between the C.C.S. and Provincial Administration and the local be involved so as to make them own the decision making process regarding theses Meetings / Rallies.

    Prepared By:
    Elijah Chepkwony
    Rift valley Zonal Coordinator
    November 26, 2007

  10. confused says:

    The vote rigging is real and the voter register is completely flawed. i am in diaspora. just checked my voting status from the ECK website and to my suprise, my name has been transffered to TETU constituency (karangia primary school). i dont even know where in hell that is. And you know my name are those kinds that stard with ‘O’ that easily suggest to anyone that i come from nyanza

    i dont know what to do coz am supposed to fly back by 23rd to vote PNU out.

    i know most of us from diaspora who havent bothered to check their voting status will have a rude shock when they arrive at the polling stations.

    Two questions

    1. what can i do

    2. upto what date are we allowed to renew our voting cards incase its lost?

  11. Yego says:

    Bravo Wima!!!this is the kind of information we need.
    By the way can someone get us (PUNU) the Listening and standing allowance breakdown for the next two weeks.These documents are available in the district headquarters and we urgently need them for action.Just one sample will be enough

  12. Yego says:

    Hey pple, Some leaders of the teachers organization were in state hse last night and were promised million of shillings to bribe teachers vote for kibaki.Nganga and a group of seven other official arrived at the State out gates at around 10.14pm and they were ushered into the compound and straight to stanley murages office.From there they went to a boardroom where the president was sitted with his son David and A mr Mburu is friend.The unioun teachers were paid and they will be calling a press conference soon to say that teachers supports kibaki re-election.Hey pple be warry coz these clique of gluttons wanna be teachers sale outs.Kivuitu, u said yesterday that these guys are civil servant , can you bite now????? Can someone in ODM Hse piga DOMO………….

  13. Yego says:

    —– Forwarded by Michael Ndaka/UNMIS on 04/12/2007 02:52 PM —–
    Josphat Kariuki
    20/09/2007 11:52 AM
    To
    jk
    cc

    Subject
    ECK voters register

    You can now confirm voter registration on the ECK website by entering your ID or voter card number. Click on the following link:

    http://www.eck.or.ke/component/option,com_frontpage/Itemid,1

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  14. Lexx says:

    Bloggers
    please when you have great ideas that you feel that the pentagon and the Raila should know use the private email add coz panua guys are watching and they might use our ideas.
    Am happy that R.O and his team went to see the S.K eck chairman over the fake ballot papers and stuff to do with rigging and as a kenyan i feel that we should allow this.we desire real change and that is what is important to me and my fellow ODMiers.
    lets go all out and Vote.

  15. edduking says:

    Hello Yego,
    It is nice to shout that we know how our opponents are planning to rig. But we must exercise care in telling them the details we know of. If I were a PNU strategist, I could change the flight arrangements by altering the manner of importing the fake ballots. Let us share sensitive issues and strategies privately. On the other hand, let the public be told of the plans laid for rigging so that they remain vigilant.

  16. Alfred Osewe says:

    Hi blog members,
    Let me take this opportinity to thank you guys for the information we get here, i really want to thank members such as NAHASHON OMONDI, KIP MKENYA, JOSEPH OMUTO, OTIENO M, ONYANGO and many others, i have been getting your mails.
    On 2day discussion i have a simple a dvice , on that day if we can organise guys like 3000 or more to stay a round and keep vigil after voting ,this for sure will scare anyone who will try his way of bringing in fake votes.
    Next, to our poll a gent(odm) please and please try and watch out, guys are going to come with fake votes inside their pockets and stuff them inside the ballot box, all you need to do is to raise an alarm as our members will be outside the polling station waiting for such kind of event to counter.
    Lastly i would wish to request the secretariat to pay the odm polling agents well and in advance as we cant risk on this,less they are bribed.

  17. WIMA says:

    Someone forwarded this to me in confidence and was sadened about the contents. It may be propaganda but I thought i should share with you guys whether true or not we need to pray. Its serious.
    Fyi
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    This is the worst i have seen, and if this is what they believe us to be, to hell with the gema.

    i did not know the cut foreskin leads the country. I also didnt know that Tuju married a gema, its time we show them what being democratic is. Can we all stand up and tell them, we can rebuild
    what they stole from us.

    Fyi

    ATTENTION: GEMA COMMUNITY ALONE

    HOUSE OF MUMBI! LET US WAKE UP!

    KIBAKI TENA!
    We the Gema community must wake up to the reality and call a spade a spade and not a big spoon. From the various opinion polls even from the Consumer Insight which is owned by our own Hon Mutahi Kagwe has shown that the rest of the Kenyans have decided to isolate us by not supporting our own son. We should stop pretending and come out strongly in support of President Mwai Kibaki since failure for him to be relected will spell a lot of misery to most of our tribesmen because of many reasons best know to us all. We must return thanks to Kibaki and his government for ensuring we got the most of the nation’s cake during his past five years. I had never seen many people from Central Province being employed the way it was done and I believe he created the 500,000 jobs per year as he had promised. Those who are saying he did not am wondering which Kenya are they in.
    We have to admit that some of our leaders from Mt Kenya let down the president by misadvising him in various issues affecting the all country the worst of which being the mishandling of the terrorist Muslims, the looting rustlers from kacurias from rift valley, the uncircumcised lake side boys, gluttonous luhyas and the blind gusiis (Nyachae married our daughter and all of them thought they have become our blood relatives).
    We need to plan to win the Election with or without their support. I say so because there is no point of pretending they are on our side after all they seems to have been bribed to support the opposition and no amount of wooing will help as .Remember during Moi’s time we the GEMA were also stubborn refusing completely to support him despite many gestures he had extended to us. We should not hope the rest are stupid not to be the same. This is a fact and am not ashamed to state so. Let them go to hell!

    It is with this reality that His Excellency The President Mwai Kibaki should start consolidating our Kikuyu, Embu and Meru .I believe we are enough to give him victory given the fact that we are all over the country so on the top of the 4 million plus votes in Central and Eastern we can still manage to get another 4 million in the rest of the provinces. In all the major towns we make more than half the population.
    Kibaki Campaigning team should discard the issue of trying to woo some empty parties such as tip tip, ford Kenya and ford people. The opinion polls have shown they have got no following from there back yards and there insistence of going it alone on parliamentary and civics seats is suspect and is delaying actualization of any meaningful coalition. Kibaki should do away with those warlord nyachae, bitter kombo and the uncircumcised tuju. They will definitely not be relected. So if they do not
    Have hope of getting themselves votes how do President Kibaki expect them to assist him? No wonder the President has been scoring poorly in their backyards. Another wastage was the award of Kshs 5 Billion to Ali Taib to try to woo the terrorists to our side. This won’t work because the terrorists are hard core supporters of the boy from the lake.

    Only Kanu can be worth working with because some of its followers are still remote, backward in life and we can easily win them by bribing them. After all they were used to bribes. Kudos Uhuru for showing them the way.
    Also shirikisho party of the mijikenda can be arm twisted with hand outs because this is a party of the poorest people in Kenya if not in the Africa or the world for that matter. Kibaki should exploit this. You remember during the magarini by elections Kibaki’s Government needed only to show them how electricity poles look like and before the reality hit them that there was no electricity project they had already supported our choice for them. See, we sons of Mumbi have brains and I believe if we go this way the lakeside uncircumcised tinga will see dust. We cannot talk about the dog eaters kambas so kalonzo is no match he is in the league of muiru or patni. Let them know if they do not support our Kibaki they will continue eating dogs due to hanger.

    To assist Kibaki to win he should ensure the construction of roads past Nakuru going to the west to be slowed down to hamper the movement of those going those sides since it seems they have closed their hears to pleads by president to re-lect him. I think so far
    The government of President Kibaki has done something on this as you can remember the constructions from Limuru to Gilgil was done quickly and from there the enthusiasm of construction seems to have faded. Cheers our beloved President. I hope you will do more to hamper any development in these opposition zones.

    Also during Christmas and Election all Gema owners of busses plying western routes should re-route all the vehicles to Central Province and be paid by DP , NARC KENYA AND KANU THE KING MAKERS IN PNU. Note that majority of the PSVs are owned by us and we should not waste any opportunity that come our way.

    Kibaki should use the administration thoroughly to harass those supporting opposition and can even enlist our dreaded Mungiki and bank robbers to target non Mount Kenyans . Mungiki should stop killing our own because this will have adverse effect in our voting block. Instead our Kibaki government should encourage those in opposition to reduce their numbers the way they are doing in Mount Elgon . This is congratulation to our Michuki. Keep it up Mr. Michuki, do not waste your policemen by sending them to quell the killings in Mt Elgon as you know the killers and victims are all ODM supporters. We people of Central should be proud that Hon Kibaki’s government was swift in stopping Mungiki killings which would have lead to many of our own dying. There is need to integrate Mungiki into the army as had been suggested by the Minister of Defense Hon Karume. This will be of much assistance in the unlikely event that we lost the coming election. If this happens President should use military to help him rule Kenya till he retires on his volition.
    We cannot afford to lose the power of governing this Nation as that will mean most Kikuyus will lose jobs in most of the crucial ministries such as Ministry of Finance, Internal Security, Justice and Defense which by their crucial nature must remain headed and manned by Kikuyu professionals the way it have been in the last five years. During these five years no one can complain that these ministries have not superperformed under our notable House of Mumbi sons and daughters such as:

    STATE HOUSE
    1. Mwai Kibaki-President
    2. Lucy Kibaki-Deputy President
    3. Stanley Murage-De facto State Hosue Controller
    4. Muthaiga Group lead by Chancellor Wanjui-Presidential Advisers
    5. Muthaura-Head of Public Service
    6. More than have of other permanent secretaries
    7. Cardinal John Njue-In charge of wooing non Kikuyu stupid Catholics
    8. Pastor Ng’ang’a of Neno wooer
    9. David Githii- PCEA mobiliser
    10.

    INTERNAL SECURITY
    1. Hon Michuki-Minister
    2. Hon Munya-Assistant Minister
    3. Erick Kiraithe-Police Spokesman
    4. All the 8 PCs except for two who are married to our daughters
    5. All 72 DCs except for 13 out of whom 7 are also married to our daughters
    6. Head of NSIS

    MINISTRY OF FINANCE

    1. Hon Amos Kimunya-Minister
    2. Hon Peter Kenneth-Assistant Minister
    3. Mr Kinywa-Permanent Secretary
    4. Mr Ndung’u-Central Bank Governor
    5. Mr Michael Waweru-Commissioner General –KRA
    6. Mrs Nelius Kariuki-Chairperson Kenya Re
    7. Mrs Eunice Mbogo-MD Kenya Re
    8. Mr Jimnah Mbaru-Nairobi Stock Exchange Chairman
    9. Mr. Wangunyu-CMA vice chairman
    10. Mr James Mwangi-MD Equity Bank

    Ministry of Environment

    1. Hon David Mwiraria-Minister
    2. Hon Wangare Maathai-Assistant Minister
    3.

    Ministry of Energy

    1. Hon Kiraitu Murungi-Minister
    2. Hon Mwangi Kiunjuri-Assistant Minister

    Ministry of Communication

    1. Hon Mutahi Kagwe- Minister
    2. Hon Koigi Wa Wamwere-Assistant Minister
    3. PS
    4. Mr Linus Gitahi-MD Nation Media

    Ministry of Defense

    1. Hon Njenga Karume-Minister
    2. PS

    Ministry of Education

    1. Hon George Kinuthia Saitoti-Minister
    2. Mr Karega Mutahi-Education Secretary

    Ministry of Transport

    1. Mr George Muhoho-MD Kenya Ports Authority
    2. Mr Mbugua-Head of PSV’s

    Ministry of Works

    1. Hon Simon Nyachae- Minister married to our Kikuyu daughter so we are also well represented here.

    Ministry of Agriculture

    1. Hon Kirwa- Minister married to our Kikuyu daughter so we are also well represented here.

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    1. Hon Raphael Tuju-Minister married to our Kikuyu daughter so we are also well represented here.

    The above is just but the top cream but also the bulk of those working under them are
    Mostly our Kikuyus and Merus and that is why we should be proud of Kibaki’s leadership and that gives us the reason to defend at any cost.

    We must give extra credit to Waweru of KRA in that since he took over our sons and daughters have been able to secure the lion share of jobs in this crucial Revenue Authority even without going through the rigorous interviews subjected to the rest f Kenyans. The same goes to Hon Michuki and his men at the ministry for ensuring our sons and daughters from Central Province takes the lion share of enrollment to police and administration positions.

    We should ensure Kibaki gets reelected to enable us take over all the jobs in strategic positions in all government institutions after all Mau Mau who brought independence were from the house of Mumbi and we should not be criticized when we claim what it rightly belongs to us.

    KUDOs Matatus and City Hopas for fare hike and Kibaki Tena Posters

    We should also be gratefull to our people from Central who owns 90% of the matatus and buses operating in Nairobi for coming up together and ensuring that they increase fares by Ksh 10 which is channeled to Kibaki Tena Campaign Fund. Note that this was a clever way of making even opposition supporters to contribute towards Kibaki reelection without noticing. More congrats goes to CITY HOPA BUSES for on top of raising funds for Kibaki and PNU from the fares they have gone an extra mile to ensure that even ODM supporters endorse Kibaki by boarding their buses with Kibaki and PNU posters. Note that they have got no choice but we have to tread carefully given that the terrorists
    (Muslims) have decided to side with them and they might be desperate to petrol bomb buses bearing Kibaki’s posters. We should be extra careful while using these vehicles and if possible we should let those opposed to Kibaki to eat humble pie and use them so that in the event that they are stoned or bombed at least our enemies votes will be reduced.

    EVADE PAYING TAXES IF ODM WINS

    In the unlikely event that ODM wins the coming elections let us deny them tax they way our Kikuyu business men (who actually owns over 80% business) used to deny Moi’s government. Let them know that our people accepted to pay tax in solidarity with our own being the President and we must say No Kibaki No Taxes from Kikuyu Meru Businesses.

    HAIL KIBAKI FOR DISPOSAL OF PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

    We should not condemn Kibaki’s lieutenants for rushing to dispose Safaricom and Telkom . The amounts raised will assist us in the campaigns and more so our sons in Tran-century Group lead by Jimna Mbaru , Jimmy Kibaki, Amos Kimunya will ensure Gema are allotted the lion share of these corporations they way they did with Kenya Power, Kenya Airways, Kengen, Kenya Re and Kenya Railway . This should be done with haste since we do not know if the rest of Kenyans have known their rights and in that case might vote us out of government come 27th December 2007.

    THANKS A LOT TO OUR SONS FOR THE CAPTIVATING PROPAGANDA

    Our sons should intensify spreading of propaganda materials against the stupid ODM candidate. We must portray him as a devil worshiper but hold on a bit I have heard some say if Tinga is a devil worshiper then Kibaki is himself the devil and according to them it is better the servant (Raila) than the master (Kibaki). We should also counter this. Non Kikuyu Christians are fools . Just intensify propaganda that Raila is a devil worshiper and they will believe. Hawataweza Kikuyu .
    All Luos are stupid. Do they think they can rule this country while Kikuyu’s have the anointed sons and daughters. They must know that after Kibaki Uhuru and after Uhuru Jimmy Kibaki,Martha Karua, Kimunya, and Muiru etc etc but only from House of Mumbi forever and ever and ever.

    Sincerely speaking Kibaki has done us good people of Mount Kenya and we should all turn up at Election Day and give it all. Let the rest stupid Kenyans languish in poverty as we continue to enrich our selves. WE ARE INDEED THE JEWS OF KENYA -THE CHOSEN FEW. No other tribe can dare invest in our Central Province because we have our Mungiki and Robbers to take care of that. We also cannot buy from a non Kikuyu shop. Tutoboe ukweli. Kazi iendelee.

    TOTHI MBERE DOGA COKE THUTHA. TIGANA NA KERIMO.

    Yours truly,

    PNU SECRETARIAT- CENTRAL PROVINCE EXCUSIVE WING.

    NA WERA IENDEREE

  18. Yego says:

    PNU’s Campaign Strategy Deciphered
    By Seronei araap Chelulei Cheison

    It is now apparent that even without straining we can see what PNU has gone out to do. To attempt to sanitise Mr Kibaki, PNU has set out to depict him as a harmless workaholic (talk of a fence-sitter) who has done nothing wrong but whose ministers are wasting the leverage given to them. ‘Blame the servant, not the boss’, is the coded message that can now be revealed! Read on to see how those things that you hear and see have been choreographed to embellish a rotten system tethering at the whims of an uncontrollable first lady and a bunch of wealthy buddies pulling the strings on the political marionettes that we see in the public domain each day.

    Ministers should take full blame from the people and absolve him from the same as much as possible. You will hear that in answer to allegations of insensitivity, arrogance and belligerence, his disciples have chosen to take the blows in order to sanitise him. In this light, you heard that it was not Kibaki but Kimunya who messed by dismissing the ‘Mau Title deeds’ as mere pieces of paper. Certainly the sting was taken from Kibaki, and since Kimunya is ‘local’ and doesn’t fall within the constituency of those who were hurt and offended, you and I will be hoodwinked into seeing a harmless Kibaki ‘surrounded by an arrogant mob of ministers’.
    Identify pliable populations among the opposition-leaning communities and inundate them with pledge after pledge. Give them enough time to vent off their anger to harbingers like Uhuru Kenyatta and Njenga Karume to level the road for an eventual Kibaki visit. Why are Karume and Uhuru camping in Kipsigiisland? They have identified a fissure and waning of zest among certain quarters of the population. By camping in one section, they succeed in sowing seeds of suspicion.
    On another front, they made sure that certain repugnant personalities are kept away from Kibaki. You will not see Governor Michuki in a Kibaki campaign, neither are you likely to see Nyachae in order to optimise the presence of youthful ‘agents of confusion’ like Uhuru Kenyatta, Mungatana and others.
    Sustain a fear-mongering campaign to display the Kalenjiin for example as unsafe and vulnerable ‘except in a Kibaki government’. You all heard of the leaflets (which message reached me at 8PM Kenyan time Mon, but which I initially doubted). If the aspect of fear is successfully instilled in the electorate, the gullible folk will troop to Kibaki’s fold and ‘kazi itaenderea’.
    Sustain a negative media propaganda campaign against Raila.
    Offer PNU and Kalonzo a deluge of state-media coverage while sustaining a tactful blackout on ODM activities.
    Promote violence against Raila in PNU-leaning regions while potraying Kalonzo as harmless and barely threatening (and threatened) to the PNU campaign.
    Use government-friendly pollsters like Consumer Insight to conduct opinion polls with two objectives in mind. One, with its findings, identify the trouble spot and concentrate on those to win support for Kibaki (you have seen the volume of energy expended in the equally expansive Rift Valley Province) and secondly with a few statistical manipulations, show Mr. Kibaki (conveniently not Kalonzo) to be eating into Raila’s vote baskets. In this way, two other objectives are achieved. First, the PNU ranks are mollified to think that their ranks are swelling and therefore there is nothing to worry about. Secondly, panic is sown in the opposition ranks and the final blow will be to tell them not to be left out. They should join the winning team-aka Kibaki! Don’t forget that Kibaki has two busy-bodies in the Rift Valley, Mr. Moi as the prime mover who has eclipsed the PNU machinery with his zeal for the Kibaki re-election and Mr Barng’etung, a likely contender for the world’s most notorious rigger!

    In view of these, how will civic education aimed at promoting rights awareness and help to make informed judgements be promoted? In my opinion, the Kibaki campaign will need a shock therapy on Dec 28/29 because the nonsense of 0.3 prcentage points that theoretically separates them from the ODM will be augmented ten-fold. Kibaki lags behind Raila by at least 20-25% and those who support Kalonzo will soon realise that the man is mark-timing at sub-ten which means they will choose to support the winning team.

  19. lyshiphther says:

    I’ve been reading ‘our’ articles, however; WIMA’S has finally sealed my mouth. We ODMers{Agents of change (which will not only benefit us but also the selfish and short sighted ………..)} must therefore act and acT and aCT and ACT and A..C..T and A…C…T comes 27.12.2007 else we our children are going to face it the ””soft way.””
    Plea……………………………………………………………….se A…………………………………………………..C………………………………………………..T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  20. Omuto says:

    This has nothing to do with poll rigging.
    As n ODM watch dog in Lurambi and its environs, I proudly present to you the defeat of Emilio MK.
    Yesterday he was in Shinyalu Constituency, and this is what he received from the rowdy locals:- “We’ve already elected our MP. His name is Lilechi Lugano. Our President is Raila, and we know you know that. This decision was taken 3 years ago, Mr. Kibaki. We don’t need you here.” I’ve quoted the exact words the majority of the booing locals used.
    If you watched KBC, you might have noticed a baraza-like gathering. What you might not have seen were the buses that ferried the stage-managed gathering. The cameras must have technically avoided the inclusion of school buses from different parts of western province which were the actual transport of the small crowd you saw. At one point, Mzee had to consult with the outgoing MP on whether the entire consituency is a haven for drunkards, because the crowd was confidently hostile. He was creating a district named Shinyalu.

    In Ikolomani Constituency, he was met with the same hostility. the outgoing MP, Hon. Bonny Khalwale, is indeed a wise man. He is a New Ford-K aspirant and Kibaki’s sympathizer. How wise was he? Kibaki was happy when he addressed him (Kibaki) in Kiswahili, with these words “Rais jinsi unavyojua, hii ni eneo ya PNU. Sisi ni watu wako.” If Kibaki would have bothered to learn a few Luhya words, then he would have spit at Khalwale in the face when he (Khalwale) turned to address the crowd. This is what he said and I quote; ” Inzi nyenya Ikura yenyu khushisoko shia bupunge. Rachini eshie ikulu esho, munyi mumanyi mundu wumuha. Mboli Luluhya obira khunjira alahulira ta.” Directly translated as “I want your votes on the parliamentary ticket. But the top seat, you all know whom to give. I’ve talked in parables / in Luhya so that the passer-by wont hear.” And the whole crowd applauded the Luhya style (Loud and long). Chances are that even if he wants the parliamentary ticket and the presidential for Raila, he’s on his way packing.

    Today (Tuesday)at exactly 1:15PM, MK and his entourage was back. What must have shocked the old man was the fact that not a single soul was interested in his presence. I was taking lunch near Kakamega Law Courts today. At exactly 1:10PM, I saw the MK motorcade emerge from the airstrip. Instead of heading to town, they took a 90% turn, through the Provincial administration route then to the State Lodge. % minutes later, MK’s Land cruiser passed by, taking the same route, with the boss seated on the back left, alone. Lucy was missing. Believe me you, not even the boda boda fellows were disrupted. It was business as usual, no waving, no stopping, no nothing! I wish you guyz were there to witness this eith wonder of the world. I’ve never seen this kind of reception. For a sitting president? Aaaah. Hapana.
    At 3:30PM, the motorcade resurfaced, on the same route but now sped off towards the main road, avoiding the town centre for the second time. This time round, MK was not in any of the vehicles. The motorcade was headed for Hamisi Constituency. As I was still wondering where baba wa taifa had buried himself, from where I was standing, I saw a chopper rise somewhere near the airstrip. I now knew. He just avoided another embarrassment. The chopper might have taken him directly from State Lodge, the airstrip route, then to Hamisi. More of this tomorrow.

    BUT MY MAIN PROBLEM IS VOTER TURN-OUT. I’ve written to the blog administrator on a way forward for this voter turn-out thing. He’s yet to respond.

  21. Kepha says:

    The ODM secretariate should spend some funds in setting up mobile voter’s register confirmation points all over the country and mostly in the ODM ‘zones’.These mobile confirmation points should be target busy days e.g market days (upcountry) to help the people upcountry check if their details are correct.I own a firn that can help in this using the digital copy of the register for speed and accuracy.Secretariate contact me got more info

  22. Qollo says:

    As a christian I believe it is wrong for the people who preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to not only take a biased side but also to be bought. We all know what the muslims of this country have gone through under this regime. Raila simply saw what all this people purporting to be God’s servants failed to see and went ahead and signed an MOU with them – there is nothing wrong with that. What I am wondering is that ” How come when the so called commercial banks opened special banks for muslims the so called church leaders never raised a voice? How come they never told the Banks to stop segregating them on religious grounds? Shame on them for being agents of propaganda. Shame on them for being so cheap!

  23. jaugenya says:

    Any returning officer attempting to report false information should know that they are playing with their lives , we are very vigilante this time round and no one will be spared by the wrath of mwanainchi(owners of the nation).a good way of creating checks and balance is to have tvs , radio at the polling stations and what is reported at the station should accurately reflect what is booked at the head office in nairobi.

  24. Baijo M.Lorowu says:

    As we tread carefully on how we handle issues, let us all educate, sensitise and where possible facilate all ODM supporters to go out and vote for Raila and his ODM team almost to a man. We shall triumph come 27th. This election is ours to lose.

  25. mumias says:

    What is clear is that without doubt, PNU are out to rig the elections, and as such are using all the machinery at their disposals, I think the strategic plan is to minimise the impact of the core support zones especially Nyanza. It is my belief that this has already taken place, and I think they would have to be incredibly stupid to do it in very large numbers; however can you imagine if they quietly transferred 5-10,000 people from each constituency? They can use the referendum results as a guide to popularity and statistically remove a small proportion. Now if we multiply that by 210, that at least 1 million votes on a conservative estimate
    Let us analyse this further:
    An average turnout of 70% means about 9.8 million votes. Now taking Raila could get 50% brings that to about 4.9 million in a fair game, and Kibaki about 3.9 m assuming 40% ratings. So clearly, the movement of very small amounts in every constituency will have a massive effect as that 1 million votes could easily tilt it towards Kibaki.
    If I were in PNU and intent on rigging, I would use this similar methodology of small discrepencies that will not create many alarm bells.
    What is my point?
    Well knowing this, I believe ODM has to set up shop in every constituency and encourage people to go and check their status, via SMS etc, this will give them a very good idea of who has been locked out of voting. Further using this information, they can exert pressure on the ECK.
    However we should also consider plan B, where we provide transport in areas with massive rigging for people to go and vote in wherever they have been moved. We are dealing with a very sophisticated campaign to rig and as such we need to ensure every vote counts. We can’t afford to throw away 500,000 votes.

    Let’s start thinking outside the box and come up with answers for all the tricks PNU will try. As the great song goes Wakenya tusilale Bado mapambano

  26. faith says:

    By the way good citizens have any body thought about how Kibaki will attempt to rig, i have a suggestion what if the ballot papers being printed in Belgium are not meant to rig the entire election everywhere imagine this we all know that despite being registered in large numbers GEMA community only about 60% come out to vote so is this why these guys are printing papers to fill up the numbers that will not vote among the communities while other Kenyans concern themselves with there regions they might have a chance to tamper with the total in Central and Upper Eastern Provinces so the agent for change and bloggers please be watchful we in Central although a minority in supporting ODM we want to ensure Raila wins.

  27. McJairo says:

    We are getting it that this Friday:2007 December 7 , Steadman is due to publish results reading as follows

    Kibaki 44.8%,
    Raila 42.5%
    AND kALONZO 11.7%.

    And this is already set even before the data is gathered. What a sham called STEADMAN

  28. faith says:

    WIMA

    the story about GEMA you reported above is scary and appaling we really need change God help Kenya if there are people with such thinking.

  29. Maru Kapkatet says:

    I do not know how ECK conducts its business. Are votes from each polling station counted and then reported to Nairboi? How do all parties ensure that their correct tally is reported and added to their cumulative total?

    Kivuitu says if there is a 90% or over voter turn-out, they will investigate? There is no time to do so. By December 28, the results will have been announced. When will such investigations be carried out, Mr. Kivuithu?

    I hope ODM is carrying out its polls to see how things are moving and making the necessary adjustments. Has ODM commissioned a professional pollster sucha s Gallop Polls? Steadman is now campaigning for Kibaki and cooking up unscientific poll results. Kibaki will then say, “we are the winning team, join us.”

    How can Kibaki gain 8 percentage points and move from 38% to 44%? Do they want to claim that the dishing out of new disctricts turn their campaign around? If there is a support swing in their favour, why are they publishing hate leaflets at the Government Printer and distributing them?

    If the momemntum is on their side, why are they attacking ODM candidates as happened in Kisii? Why are they shooting children in Kuresoi? Kibaki and his inner circle are a worried lot right now. Their actions show. They are running scared but to their credit, they know that in Kenya there are thousands of Kombos who will be believing Kibaki for the rest of their lives on anything he says.

    Kombo is a very interesting man. He is as interesting as Moi and Kibaki. With Moi, he considers himself as knowing what is good for everyone else. He tells Kalenjins, “wait until I tell you who to support”.

    As for Kibaki, you are a “pumbavu” if you do not see everything in terms of a 6% economic growth. I wanted to remind His Excellency, President Mwai Kibaki, that I checked out things to see whether his claim of a 6% growth was true. First, I had to school myself in the subject of economics.

    I had to first study Economics 101 and in particular find out how economic growth is measured. The widely used measure of economic growth is GDP – Gross Domestic Product. I then proceeded to check what the World Bank has to say about economic growth in various African countries so that I can compare them with Kenya’s.

    According to the World Bank, Kenya’s economic growth has been less than 3% (actually 2.90%). Kenyans would like to know, Mr. President, how you are measuring Kenya’s economic growth and whether Moi’s regime measured it in the same way. You can only compare the two if you are measuring them in the same way so that your improvement of the economy can be accurately determined.

    I know Kibaki’s campaign revolves around his claim of a 6% economic growth. Ask Kibaki why his government is not stopping clashes in Kuresoi and Mount Elgon and why he has appointed only people from his ethnic group to the key Ministries of Finance, Education, Defence, and Provincial Administration and Internal Security, and why he sacked Kalenjin civil servants in their thousands, and Kibaki will tell you that an economic growth of 6% covers a multitude of sins, in fact all sins.

    As for Kombo, there is nothing to bargain for. sir. He should leave Kituyi alone to try and convince his constituents to vote for him. If Kibaki wins, Uhuru will be the vice president. After learning so much from the man he has been secretly admiring, Kibaki is now coming out in the open and doing what Mzee Dan did.

    Like Baba Moi did, Kibaki is now dishing out districts left and right. Like Baba Moi did, Kibaki is now utilizing Kamlesh Pattni to carry out some intricate business for him. Kibaki may even have changed from carrying a walking stick to carrying a small rungu as a sign of leadership.

    After learning so much from Mzee Dan, Kibaki is going to do what Mzee Dan did after the 1997 elections. Kibaki will not appoint a VP and instead, Uhuru will be the leader of government business in parliament. If there is so much outcry from Kenyans that they need a VP, then Kibaki, will either announce in Limuru, like Mzee Dan did, some surrogate VP for Uhuru or get Gicheru to constitute a constitutional court which will then be clogged with cases that the VP one will be determined sometime in December 2012.

    From whatever angle you look at it, Uhuru will be the real VP (even if only in terms of duties) if Kibaki wins. And Uhuru is not like Kibaki. Uhuru is a real politician. From what I hear from people who have interacted with him, if you give Uhuru a small window opening, he will definitely get in and you will be entertaining him with abandon.

    Uhuru knows how to turn foe into friend. If Kibaki wins, he will appoint Uhuru VP, and Uhuru will be unbeatable in 2012. The question of Kombo bargaining for something does not arise. What Kombo should be concerned about is whether Uhuru has included him in his 2008-2012 Cabinet, which both Mzee Dan and his admirer and friend, Mzee Kibaki, have ratified.

  30. pabokenya says:

    there is a deliberate attept to trasfer voters from ODMers stronghold but i can tell suck kinds of kazi Ishindwe, they have to be stopped

  31. pabokenya says:

    i have decided to choose the way i want to be led, i have decided to choose change but if anybody interferes with my choice, then God will never forgive kenya coz another 5 years of misrule will make kenya bleed

  32. solomon says:

    It was on a Sartuday and very early in the morning around mid-October this year, when it is alleged that George Waititu of Steadman Group met media maguls Chris Kirubi & S.K Macharia at Royal Media Services offices. Details of the meeting were not revealed.

    What is Waititu up to?

  33. paul says:

    hi guys i found this blog on kumekucha and i decided to share

    One question that has refused to go away is why the leader of the official opposition party would abandon his constitutional role to support the re-election of a sitting head of state. Historians tell us that this unprecedented action has already Uhuru a place in the Guinness Book of Records.

    What historians forget to add is that Uhuru’s move took months of negotiations with the current regime. In a series of meetings brokered by Central Province old guard, John Michuki, Njenga Karume and Kibaki’s Muthaiga golf club friends, Uhuru was prevailed upon not only to abandon his plans of running for the top post in 2007 but also to reunite KANU by making peace with Nicholas Biwott’s New KANU. Further, he was asked to keep a decent distance from Raila’s Odinga’s ODM. These discussions culminated in the signing of a secret MoU between Kibaki and Uhuru. So what was Uhuru promised in return?

    By agreeing to support Kibaki’s PNU, KANU was allowed the privilege of preserving its identity within the umbrella party. While other parties were being pressurized to accept joint nomination under PNU, KANU was exempted. The second part of the MoU dealt with campaign funds.

    The president agreed to underwrite KANU’s campaign costs in this year’s elections (the party received 50m shillings just to participate in PNU’s launch). The third and most important aspect of the MoU dealt with Kibaki succession plan. In this regard, Kibaki promised to use all state resources at his disposal to ensure Uhuru’s victory in 2012 elections. For a while, Central Province leaders and strategists have focused their attention on a succession plan that would ensure retention of power in the region.

    Although names like George Saitoti, Martha Karua, and Kiraitu Murungi have been bandied on and off, Uhuru is increasingly seen as the region’s crème de la crème. Not only is he young, savvy and untainted by pervasive corruption, Uhuru comes from the well known Kenyatta family that has immense wealth. Kibaki’s current and rather spirited campaign is therefore more than a just fight for a second five-year term. It is a battle to ensure that power is retained in Central Province until 2022, at least! This was, in essence, the MoU between Uhuru and Kibaki. Indeed, Uhuru has publicly admitted this strategy (without divulging its essential details) when he met with angry KANU supporters to try and assuage their anger over his unilateral decision to offer KANU’s support to Kibaki.

    In the meantime and even as Kenyans sing and dance their hearts out in support of their favourite political parties, Kibaki and his Central Province friends are busy selling off public assets to themselves at throw away prices. Hiding behind persistent calls for privatization by Bretton Woods’s institutions, they are wasting no time at all in disposing of ALL public assets. By the time power passes into the hands of others in 2022 (but preferably later), nothing but ‘bare bones’ will be left. This is why the thought of this well thought out plan being disrupted by Raila and his ODM party evokes so much anger and panic in Central Kenya. The ‘good work’ that Kibaki started in 2002 is not done yet, you know. Another 5 (but preferably 15) years are needed to complete the work! What you may not know is that this good work is consolidation of both political and economic power in one region.

    The concept of devolution of political and economic power away from the Centre (another name for Central Province), is clearly inimical to the grand plan referred to above. The idea is that once the plan is implemented, everybody else (mainly from Western, Coast, Rift Valley and NE provinces) could only be employees (not owners) of former public (but now private) companies owned by the new super rich elite. Millions of others would be tenants in Nairobi offices and houses owned by the same group. However, this plan would come a cropper if new economic centers (in Kakamega, Kwale, Busia, Garissa or Narok) were to spring up through the devolution or ugatuzi arrangement. Suddenly, property value in Nairobi might come tumbling down. Cheap labour, mainly from Western Kenya and parts of Eastern that keeps Nairobi’s economy running would vanish overnight.

    Why would someone from Sabatia take up an askari job and live in a mabati shack in Nairobi for just 200 shillings a day? It is also easy to imagine what might happen if devolved regional administrations decided to build or upgrade airports in Kisumu, Busia or build cold storage centers in North Eastern. Suddenly, horticultural and livestock produce from these regions would find their way into the same external markets that are currently dominated by Central Kenya farmers. To these folks, ugatuzi is clearly an idea whose time has not come.

    This year’s election is perhaps the most important election in Kenya’s history. The outcome will determine whether or not the Grand Power Plan outlined above succeeds. By re-electing Kibaki, Kenyans can forget about any meaningful change for another 15-20 years.

  34. pabokenya says:

    lets allb arise and show the world that we want change, note with the word of mouth but our votes

  35. leonard oguda says:

    Greetings, Mr Preident.

    I do not undrestand why Kibaki was cleared by the ECK as a presidential candidate yet he is above 75years of age.

    My address to you as Mr President is becouse this is who you are.

  36. Eric B says:

    Hi ODMers. Let us forget about the polls and other side-events that are taking up too much of our attention. We know that Raila has more or less close to 53% of the popular vote and I mean that so let is not bother us too much.

    However having said this Steadman did give us one clear pointer when they said that whoever wins, it will be down to the voter turnout and I agree totally. I did give some very rudimentary statistical breakdown the other day and hope that it was taken into account. 53% just as a percentage is not good enough. We must get the popular vote as well. Assuming RO got 100% of the Coast vote and Mzee Kibaki (I say Mzee because the man is really old now) 100% in Central that is if these were the only provinces in Kenya. Given the numbers in both areas you can see who will win. Please I beg that we do not ignore this.

    I am happy with the suggestion that we should try and urge all registered voters to check their status especially in areas where our party hold sway,; and te SOONER the BETTER. I know that Mzee is losing and what God has planned no man can put asunder. So bring in your rigging machines PNU. You are still losing. Trust me on that! Bring in your insults and half-baked promises and candidates. You are still losing!. Whatever you try, we know and we know because we are all Kenyans and can support who we wish to.

    By the way can the PNU Secretariat be put on notice as they will have to account for our tax-payers money come 29th of December this year. And as a taxpayer I would be happy to see some people behind bars for using my tax on worthless TV adverts without my permission.

  37. Stephen Were says:

    ALERT TO THE PENTAGON AND ALL ODM FRATENITY

    The electronic register CANNOT be used in isolation, or else we will be in for a rude shock come Dec 28th. There has to be the Black/ Reference book longside. There is urgent need to sentisize the people in rallies, churches, etc on the dangers (electronic registers have a lot of errors and there are so many people whose names are missing but have valid voters cards). Which law is this that Kivuitu is talking about that bans verification of data? There can never be such a law!!

    Let me give my own example;
    1997 I voted in Westlands
    2002 I changed and voted in Embakasi
    2005 (referendum) I voted in Embakasi

    2007 I checked my details with ECK (electronic register), it shows I am registered in Westlands!!!! But I have a valid card for Embakasi. Which means I have been locked out of voting.

    I personally visited Nyayo house to correct the anomaly, and they “corrected”, even made marks on the printout I had carried. I was happy until I got the shock today when I decided to verify again!

    I AM STILL (IN THE ELECTRONIC REGISTER) REGISTERED IN WESTLANDS!! They only wanted me to believe they had corrected but they did nothing. If they want proof I can produce it.

    There could be thousand of such people as myself.

    ODM can marshal enough peoples power to force ECK to be fair to all. Black/ reference book must be used longside electronic register. Remember, electronic register can still be changed even as we speak now!!!!

  38. Eric B says:

    Oh my God. This is not happening. If this is indeed the case then we are in for trouble. That is why I would like to re-emphasize the need for the campaign teams to go out there with the message that voters should re-check the data on the register. Immediately that is!

  39. Hapakenya says:

    Is it possible to have two people with the same ID card number? A casual check on the ECK website for the ID number 22222222 gave two voters. I thought the ID should be a unique identifier! Rigging is as ripe as the Orange. We must come out and stop it by turning out in large numbers. Here are the details frm ECK website

    PROMPT_NATIONAL_ID_KEYWORD 22222222

    Entry found
    Surname MUSYOKI
    Other Names JOEL MUTUNGA
    ID No. 22222222
    Gender M
    Date of Birth 1976-09-03
    Electors No. 008/012/1407974769
    Year of Registration 2002
    Polling Center NJIRU ACK NUR. SCH.
    Constituency EMBAKASI
    Status OK

    Entry found
    Surname KURGAT
    Other Names DANIEL KIPROTICH
    ID No. 22222222
    Gender M
    Date of Birth 1976-01-01
    Electors No. 123/112/1648047839
    Year of Registration 2007
    Polling Center SAMABUL PR.SCH
    Constituency KEIYO SOUTH
    Status OK

  40. Yego says:

    For the first time in History Moi as just been barred from adressing a rally in North Nandi this morning in a small village called Mlango near Eldoret airport by non other than wananchi watukufu wa kenya.Report reaching me is that more and his footsoldiers including a Mr Barngetuny had to enjoy ODM Rythms and kind of civic education from the Raila wananchi

  41. BJ says:

    Information confirmed. Moi had to flee. This should maintained. Moi should surely be enjoying his retirement. infact, even if Moi were to support Raila, I still would not agree with it. He started ruling this country before some of us were born and he will not let go. He must be stopped. Kudos Young Nandi Democrats

  42. BJ says:

    Information confirmed. Moi had to flee. This should be maintained. Moi should surely be enjoying his retirement. infact, even if Moi were to support Raila, I still would not agree with it. He started ruling this country before some of us were born and he will not let go. He must be stopped. Kudos Young Nandi Democrats. I wish he could be taught same lessons across Rift valley. He can send Gidion to campaign if he must that is, but its ony 22 days before he give us account of what he did to our country. Even God cannot allow him to go this far for 31 years.

  43. BJ says:

    Information confirmed. Moi had to flee. This should be maintained. Moi should surely be enjoying his retirement. infact, even if Moi were to support Raila, I still would not agree with it. He started ruling this country before some of us were born and he will not let go. He must be stopped. Kudos Young Nandi Democrats. I wish he could be taught same lessons across Rift valley. He can send Gidion to campaign if he must that is, but its ony 22 days before he gives us account of what he did to our country. Even God cannot allow him to go this far for 31 years. If I were him, I would be making some serious gambling with both sides of political devide,now that he chose to enter the field.

  44. kip says:

    yego

    thats good news from nandi

    i dont know whats wrong with my kipsigis people.. they are not really trust wothy.. ithe still f**KIn LISTEN to moi and kibaki ..pisses me off!

  45. solomon says:

    Kip,

    No Kipsigis are not traitors. Let us avoid any comment that may divide ODM support.

  46. lexx says:

    @ yego Moi should know that he belongs to the sunset or menopause of politics he should go(retire) and see how a country will be set free from his years of miss rule kwanza alete pesa zetu as in kroll report and for kibz he should know that he wont win but the most important thing is this tell you family and friends to vote for ODM i mean go out and vote

  47. Kanyeka says:

    Kips are right lets listen, kula and sing tukawiwe those thaos but come the election we will show them PITIA NYERI guys where our mind and heart is.
    So let us avoid violence at all especially to mzee amechanganyikiwa Moi.

  48. faddie says:

    it is now apparent that like raila said,somebody was employed to mess with the electronic voter register.stephen’s case is a typical example.so as a matter of urgency,we need to ensure that the ECK releases the final voters’ register the soonest possible so that everybody gets an opportunity to go and confirm the status of his voters’ card.the black book alone is not enough to prevent PNU from rigging.i believe they hatched this plan along time ago.so there might be alot that we still don’t know.it would be pathetic to lose this election because of negligence.
    GUYZ,THE ALERT IS ON CODE RED.have ua ears out and lets inform everybody ASAP through any means.we are in a crisis.
    WAKENYA MSILALE,LALE,LALE,WAKENYA MSILALE
    BADO MAPAMBANO””””””””””””””””””””””””’

  49. Mike says:

    Cool down guys and avoid any foul or abusive language in as much as things are working out on our side they could become a snare beware this is the most frequently visited political website for all Kenyans. I know some names make us sick.

  50. Felix Aduol says:

    There is an issue raised above about Voters Register. This issue should be taken seriously. This is the time for Raila to talk to Kalonzo so that they can both pressurize Kivuitu and the so called Government to use black book along with electronic registers. I totally see a foul play in this. Moderator kindly pass this message. This ECK cannot be trusted because it is full of government sympathizers. Remember Kivuitu cannot do everything. Personally i don’t trust anyone in ECK with this election. Nothing can be left to chances here. This is the only chance to get a true liberator and it should not be robbed off the liberation by the few greedy.

  51. Njuguna Kariuki says:

    Will be in the Central Rift ( Subukia) where I will be votting. Once again I will have a chance to win at least 5 More Votes from the Kikuyu Youths. Simply get them to our common point of agreement – the youths of this country including Kikuyus have not benefitted from Kibaki.

    Then move on – who cares which tribe someone comes from if he has your interests at heart. Then simply show why RO is that someone.

    It is a strtegy that I have seen working. Many Kikuyyu youths may not speak loudly or openly about supporting Raila for fear of repurcurssions. I’m proud to be behind some of these wonderful conversions.

    But above all I enjoy to be part of Kenya. I dont side with tribalists and am proud of it.

  52. JEFF says:

    “mzee”hana sera. ana hela, ambayo ni ya wakenya(yetu). tule, tunywe na kazi ianze sasa!
    WHY IS IT THAT ANY PNU SUPPORTER IS A KIKUYU, IF NOT TRIBALISM?

  53. tnk says:

    the infromation from the PNU strategy listed above by Wima should be compiled and alongside it a comparative ODM strategy that clearly shows ODM does not have these dirty tactics, tribal undertones and ethnic chauvinism and instead ODM is trully driving towards meaningful and real change for all Kenyans irrespective. THis information must be presented to the Central or other tribal leaning voters in a hard hitting statement asking them to ratify that indeed they want to be isolated from the rest of Kenyans as their leaders would like us to believe. ANd it they really believe they are better than all the rest of Kenyans, if that is the case indeed then let them by all means vote for “their man”. The truth is most Kibaki supporters thought it was about “his perceived record” but they had not realised the treachery, propaganda and machinery propelling the man. THey even had blind faith in the development based on the rhetoric from Kimunya and co, but have not really analysed the true facts. Fact is most struggling Kenyans tend to believe that if something good has happened but it has not hit them, then somehow its their own fault that it didn’t and thats why the Kimunyas can harp about 7% recovery and yet most Kenyans cant quite come to grips with inflation.
    I think many of Kibaki’s supporters, the kind that we would have liked to engage in constructive debate had no idea what was going on and are probably now realising how they have been hoodwinked. I think ODM must first continue the round up in each and every corner of our strongholds to consolidate our support. WE continue to see more maturity every day with crowds no longer even agreeing to be bribed and telling Moi/Kibaki/Uhuru off. After which one last attempt must be made to reach out to the true thinkers in Central with the truth and never mind the political rabble and rent-a-crowd hysterical mob. We do not need to shout at these guys, just give them facts to chew on, let them debate and decide. They may not vote ODM / Raila, but I’m sure very few want to be associated with bigotry.

  54. Yego says:

    Guys, i think Kalonzo is becaming abit confrontation in a very babaric way.This because i read mischief in Kalonzo’s mention of chunga lile limepitia kisu. Kisu was so much emphasised than the chunga itself.
    What message was he trying to pass on. Poor Kalonzo no wonder ODM – K has lost about 4 seat in Ukambani , Mwala to begin with ! We should have Kajwangs team to deal with him.

    @kip, lets take it easy Bro, our cousins have this time round confirmed that they are with us, thou i agree with you that they are the most unpredictable kalenjin wing….Refer to 2002 elections as a benchmark.

  55. Omuto says:

    Yego,
    Kalonzo, though young in age, is aging in mind, following in the footsteps of some of his uncouth mentors, namely Nyachae. The Kisu thing is a metaphoric term for circumcision. Kalonzo’s think tank has run bankrupt. Could this be what he might have told Nazlin Umar and many other women he’s boasting about, just to break ranks almost immediately? That proves more that you’re not just ‘saved’ as you claim to be. We read malice in your born-again tag, Mr. Kalost. I’ll not be surprised if I see you stepping down for Kibaki or Nazlin step down for you, Bwana Karonjo.

  56. pabokenya says:

    wana chungwa moja have no alternative but to vote to the last man

  57. Eric B says:

    Hey guys. I was listening to Citizen Kivumbi jana and people were calling in to say whom they would vote for in this years election. Over 50% will vote for Raila Amolo Odinga according to my layman’s calculations. Let us not even panic by the way. And why talk about Kalonzo? He isn’t even a factor to reckon with in this election. He should remember that he may be seeking our votes come 2012 (if he has the guts) and we will remember him by his utterances.

    Don’t worry people. We are winning big. And forget about the polls. I can now confirm that they are not really reflective of the situation on the ground. For those who think the Kipsigis are sellouts-ha! Wait and see.

  58. solomon says:

    ERIC B,

    Correction: It was Classic 105fm NOT Citizen.

  59. Eric B says:

    Thanks buddy. With all the FM stations in this country I sometimes wonder which is which.

  60. Kanyeka says:

    Even though this is not the issue @ the mment,What i would like to remind the ODMers is that no body is a sellout. This guys wako na pesa nyingi the million plate is ours so whenever they come to your area lets kula pesa hizo watupatie district, hata province wembe ni uleule!!

    Mi ODM mukuleldo !!!!!!

  61. BJ says:

    Eric could you please give breakdown of that Kivumbi poll? just interesting to know who got what.

  62. Yego says:

    Now that Moi’s rallies are become completely baseless, wananchi have decided to mercifully listen to him if and only if he pays a listening and noise pollution fee of not less than kshs 2 000.

  63. Yego says:

    Bravo Agwambo!!!
    The PANUA succession plan is really doin wonders.I met a guy who just told me yesterday morning that he was yet to decide who to vote for but this morning”Mi ODM mukuleldo” he is ODM Damu so to say. Reason..succession plan spelled out by His Excellence Agwambo Yesterday which is….KIBAKI then UHURU then GIDEON then JIMMY then…..

  64. Eric B says:

    I think Raila’s ratings are quite good as we speak. The interesting thing about ODM is that they have stuck to issues and it is these issues that are selling now. I also believe that one of the strong points that we have is the fact that we chose not to ignore the opinion polls totally and work on our weak points. This is beginning to bear fruit.

    My suggestion is to keep up the spirit and the ODM juggernut rolling. Someone posted some rather worrying statistics here (to the effect that Kibaki leads in Western). This cannot be at all! Western is by far one of the safest provinces for ODM right now (of course Bukusu land is likely to give a small problem but its expected).

    I am also reliably informed that many candidates from opposing parties in some areas are selling themselves and asking that Raila be voted for as President. I know this is counter-productive because we need all the MPs we can get in order to legislate and make policy but that should tell you how popular the man is. Does anyone have any such incidences that they have heard of?

    To all aspiring candidates and ODM supporters out there ephasize hard on 90% voter turnout in our strongholds. Believe me, the rest will be history.

    I am not quite certain about the outcome of the Kivumbi poll but I do know that Raila has more than 50% of the voters that called.

  65. faddie says:

    hi guyz,don’t worry about the kivumbi poll results. they don’t release the results these days coz it is obvious who is winning.
    i just wanted to know from stephen if he has made efforts to correct the mistake on his voter’s card.
    otherwise “MI ODM MUKULELDO”

  66. Stephen Were says:

    Thank you Faddie,

    I will again walk into the ECK/ Nyayo hse tomorrow Friday, wont weaver. I am also happy ECK finally allowed the Black book as the princical reference book.

    However, ECK should put in mechanisms to ensure those registerted more than once do not vote more than once. Anyone with ideas how this could be done so that we petition ECK?

  67. kip says:

    guy.s. where is steadman today ?

    yego.. iam kipsigis and i am slightly worried about the guys in the interiors. but i hope this time they dont say raila tosha then when the voting day comes they vote kibaki ….

    mi ODM mukuleldo!

  68. Kanyeka says:

    faddie and steven were,
    I have an idea that I can help out on the issue of voter’s card.
    •Let’s set a call center or a central place where we can register all these complains.
    •Secretariat to act upon especially for those who are not able to visit Nyayo house and subscribe to this ONE ORANGE!!!
    •They either call press conferences or help in sorting them out with the eck.
    Any take on this?

    Mi ODM mukuleldo !!!!

  69. Kanyeka says:

    Correction!!!!
    The idea that can help on issue of voter’s card problem.
    but not
    i have an idea that i can help out on.

    sorry for the typo

  70. Mike says:

    I believe by now you have recruited and trained well informed, able bodied, hawk eyed and tough talking but smiling and paid agents dispatched them in every constituency to monitor the loopholes that could exist in any polling station. ODM supporters will not want to here apologies like was the nomination exercise case. That was the learning experience.

    We had there were moles then, hope you have flushed them out completely. Let us not hear of anything like that on 28th/29th Dec.

    We also hope that there are devolved or decentralised secretariat committees that will ensure that no ballot for Western goes East or Central. This should act by now as the complaints office for the ODM adherents and sensitizing the fact that it is one full orange, if not am worried.

    We also hope that there is a security team and the anti rigging squad has been put in place to avert any scene of violence which will give the slightest chance of rigging. The Church for change leaders should by now have condemned the rigging plot as ungoldly and unacceptable rather than talking at their counterparts on the other side.

    The secretariat should run an ad on rigging and rigging schemes.

    Lastly where did the youth for Raila and the Young proffessionals go to, if they are dead we are dead because this is their time to prove their might.

  71. faddie says:

    brilliant kanyeka.we can enlist all the names or ID Nos. of those ODMers whose cards we know have a problem and 4ward them to Agent4change for action.can we start this immediately?in any case once we enlist them on this blog,i believe the Agent4change can easily pick it from there.
    alternatively,the Agent4change can create a thread specifically for reporting cases of voters’ cards with problems.
    how about that bwana Agent4change?
    Mi bado ODM mukuleldo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  72. faddie says:

    we can also in the process identify,ID Nos. which are registered in different names.this i think is another form of rigging coz some of these names are imaginary.if we can manage to print them in the papers then we will be able to prove that somebody has been registering imaginary names to increase numbers in certain areas.and by the way you might realise that most of the imaginary voters come from PNU zones.how about that for propaganda.

  73. Elizabeth says:

    Kanyeka….what of the event that an ODMer loses a voters card? This is very serious, are there ways of replacing or one simply gives up and cheers those racing to the finish line? Answer pliiiiiiiiiiiiz.

  74. Kanyeka says:

    Elizabeth
    That’s tricky I hope smone can answer that. But I tend to think that all is not lost he or she still have big role to play for the ODM.
    If this is not possible to solve, then cheering is not enough they should be mum about their voter’s status and continue spreading the msg of change.

  75. Jabutsotso says:

    PNU have a feeling of One Love …No! No! ODM is in our hearts.

    I said before that PNU is A House Built On Sand, A Tower of Babel.

    ….. Kibaki’s frustration and pain were evident when TV footage showed him leaving his seat to calm down a heckling and rowdy crowd.

    ….. Kibaki, who was in his third day of campaigns in Western Province, said: “There is no way you can defeat 10 parties that have united. No way.”

    ……”Use your heads. I know a few of you have been paid to cause chaos,” said Barngetuny. The crowd responded with calls of “Acha! Acha! Mi ODM mukuleldo (No! No! ODM is in our hearts).

    Story: http://www.eastandard.net/news/?id=1143978480 (Chaos, booing at Kibaki rally as rivals clash)

    Mark 3:24-26
    If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.
    If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.
    And if one opposes himself and is divided, he cannot stand; his end has come.

    I think PNU is a very BIG gamble, but Time will tell ; -)

    http://www.eastandard.net/cartoon.php?topic=19&img_topic=19

  76. WIMA says:

    Just received this through SMS. I don’t know how true it is but
    > > better safe than sorry. “A group of PNU friendly secretaries have
    > > been assembled at a room in
    3rd
    > > Floor, Office of the president-Harambee house, next to the office of
    > > PS Gituai. They are detailed to mark presidential ballot papers used
    > > in fictitious polling stations in PNU strongholds. The floor is
    > > under 24 hours CCTV surveillance to monitor strange faces. The
    > > exercise is to be finalized by end of next week.”
    > >

  77. mumias says:

    Even if this is true, they will only be used to ensure at least 95% voter turnout in thier strongholds of central and Eastern. However, it will be silly and foolish if they don’t tread carefully as it will be clearly be evident if the voter turnout is 100% or more as ECK has said it will imediately cancel the results. PNU can not win the presidency only in Central and Eastern as there are other provinces in kenya a good number of whom seem to be firmly in ODM. Thus we can only piga domo and highlight the issue but these guys are desperate and will not easily give up. The only way is to assume they will ensure 90-95% turnout through rigging in these areas to maximize MK’s chances. Hence the need for the rest of the country to turn out in large numbers and vote to counter. ODM will need to mobilize all the grassroot support to turn up to vote.
    Elections is purely a numbers game and I feel that if we get close to 90% turnout in all other areas especially ODM zones then we could still celebrate victory on 28th.

  78. jackie says:

    Elizabeth,

    I lost my ID and Voters card (Actually my wallet was stolen). I was at the point of giving up and began hoping that my one vote would not be the one that would count. I went through the normal chanels of getting replacement ID and that took 3 weeks. I thought the Voters would take the same period and that would put me way past the day of CHANGE.
    On Tuesday I went to ECK office on 7th floor of Anniversary towers. It took 20 minutes for my status to be verified and a printout produced. I took the printout to my constituency headquarters which was KTTC for westlands. It took me less than 10 minutes to be issued with a duplicate Voters Card!
    So now i am ready. Elizabeth don’t give up, and anyone else out there. Get the verification from ECK either in Nairobi or District headquarters and proceed to the constituency headquarters….

    Nothing will stop us from casting our Vote!
    Chungwa Moja…Maisha Bora!!!!!!!!!!!

  79. jackie says:

    I am amazed at the information in this site….everyday i log on to hear what is truly happening on the ground. Keep the information coming. Kudos to all contributors.

    This morning I went to Orange House to sign up as a member and offer my services in any way to the campaign. Unfortunately i found that Orange House is not ready to recieve volunteer help. Is there another way in which we can be mobilized to be the footsoldiers the Vice President was asking for? Some of us are unable to follow the campauign teams around the country but we want to assist and make a difference. Can Agent4Change help out?

  80. Agent4Change says:

    for all contributions on whats happening on the ground kindly post on the page titled LATEST FROM THE GROUND
    Thanks

  81. WIMA says:

    This was a nice article. I thought it wise to share with you.
    I did the rounds in PNU
    > strongholds and came back very confident of Raila’s landslide victory
    > December 27th. I found out that Kenyans are very well informed about
    > the ills that the
    trio
    > of Moi, Kenyatta, and Kibaki have put them through over the last 44
    > years. There is a very strong undercurrent of Kenyans wanting a
    > different
    approach
    > to the way our country is governed. Period.
    > I also found out that majority of apparent PNU supporters are actually
    > ODM stalwarts who have decided to hang around PNU to get some of their
    > money. Before leaving, I was directed to a PNU discussion forum that
    > was having a party over this:
    >
    >
    >
    > The Mt. Kenya Kibaki Succession Plan
    >
    > Uhuru Kenyatta’s double-speak about his ambition to become Kenya’s
    President
    > after Kibaki is no surprise. Uhuru
    > Kenyatta is the chosen heir in an elaborate plan by Mt. Kenya
    > politicians to ensure that the Presidency stays with the community
    > beyond 2022. A
    group
    > of Mt. Kenya politicians have planned how
    > Uhuru will take over the Presidency in 2012 whether Kibaki wins
    > another
    term
    > or
    > not in December 2007.
    >
    > Before PNU was formed, Kibaki had held a series of secret meetings
    > with
    top
    > leaders from Central Province to chart the way forward for the future
    > of
    the
    > Kikuyu Community after 2007. The meetings started as early as April
    > this year when the Kibaki men realized that he had no credible party
    > that could see him get re-elected.
    >
    > Purely Mt. Kenya outfits Narc-Kenya and DP were at the time
    > pressuring
    him
    > to adopt their ticket amid dissent from non-Kikuyu ministers.
    >
    > Notably, while the politicians were of the impression that Kibaki
    > should join either of the two Mt. Kenya parties, Kibaki’s golfing
    > baddies now entrenched in government, parastatals and in Mt. Kenya
    > owned TransCentury

    >
    > share-trading and acquisition company were busy working on a formula
    > that would see Kibaki re-elected at the same time ensuring that the
    > presidency remains with the Kikuyu beyond 2012.
    >
    > Handwritten minutes of meetings show that the planners – the athuri
    group –
    > are so secret that even members of the Ameru and Aembu are not
    > included.
    The
    > argument is that these communities will obviously support a Kikuyu
    > come
    2012
    > because they have no option. To this end, it was agreed that Kiraitu
    Murungi
    > and David Mwiraria be returned to the cabinet to ensure “they are for
    > ever grateful”
    >
    >
    > and to win the loyalty of the Ameru. It came as no surprise that it
    > was
    Lucy
    > Kibaki who made hints of their return which was effected speedily.
    > Minutes show the group nicknamed itself “athuri”.
    >
    > About the same time, the athuri secretive group comprising of Kibaki
    > as chairman, Njenga Karume and John Michuki as alternate chairmen,
    > Mary
    Wambui,
    > Jimmy Kibaki, Judy Kibaki, Eddy Njoroge, George Muhoho, Stanley
    > Murage,
    Nat
    > Kangethe, Bishops Arthur Gitonga and George Gathii, and Cyrus Gituai
    > (PS
    OP)
    > were holding meetings with the retired president Moi’s group of
    > Nicholas Biwott, Ezekiel Bargetuny, Gideon Moi, Sila Yego and Uhuru to
    > layout the
    post-Kibaki
    > succession plan.
    >
    > Ready to play ball as usual were Luhya leaders in the then GNU. A plot
    > was hatched to
    >
    > have Ford-Kenya take the lead in the formation of PNU thereby hide
    > the
    true
    > intention of the Mt. Kenya boys. In one meeting it was agreed that
    Musikari
    > Kombo was more pliable, weak and dumb enough to be used. That Kombo
    > was
    weak
    > on his Western Province turf after invasion by ODM was cited as reason
    > enough for him to play errand boy without question. “Nyamu eno ahoyaga
    > matigio. Reke tomuhe ihindi” (this animal worships leftovers. Let’s
    > give
    >
    > him a bone to chew), Kibaki is said of Kombo in
    > reference to empty departments given to Kombo’s cronies after he threw
    > a tantrum following a post-referendum new cabinet in 2005.
    >
    > Not surprisingly, in a recent tour of Western Province, Kibaki told
    > Kombo and company including Moody Awori that he will
    >
    > include him in his cabinet. It was strange given that the president
    > found it necessary to make this promise when all parties under PNU
    > should automatically be in Cabinet after elections. Was this an
    > attempt to stem some disquiet regarding the president’s mean trick of
    > short-changing partners? Was this reassurance to Kombo and meant to
    > appease Luhya voters who have lost faith and trust that Kibaki, an
    > introverted tribalist, can never honour a promise? Problem is, there
    > is no party Kombo can use to negotiate for positions in the
    > post-elections cabinet. This is because Ford-Kenya has been swallowed
    > by PNU and is fielding no candidates!
    >
    > Earlier, in the athuri meeting, it was also argued that Kombo’s
    never-ending
    > ambition to be “given” the vice presidency was a great enticement to
    > have him play blind ball. His desperation for money was also
    >
    > used fully. No less a person than his nemesis Soita Shitanda of
    > Malava
    has
    > accused Kombo of being in PNU for the money. It is instructive that
    > while all parties under PNU have their own candidates, only Ford-Kenya
    > failed to field a single candidate of its own. The ECK register shows
    > that all Former Ford-Kenya MPs in Bungoma,
    including
    > Kombo are running on PNU. It means
    > that
    >
    > Ford-Kenya is finally dead.That’s how the equally quick-to-please
    > Noah Wekesa was recruited to lead a façade of forming PNU while the
    > backroom Muthaiga boys worked on a parallel plan. It is notable that
    > immediately Wekesa thought he had clinched it with
    PANU,
    > the Mt. Kenya boys took it over renamed it PNU and got busy swallowing
    > all the other parties other than Kanu. Wekesa’s cries of betrayal were
    > to no avail. His boss Kombo, as usual was more interested in the cash
    > handouts that comes with “horse trading” than protecting his sidekick
    > or the interests of Ford-Kenya.
    >
    > Back to the issue of the Kibaki succession, Uhuru finally agreed to
    > join
    the
    > Kibaki team but was given enough concessions as the heir-in-waiting:
    First,
    > Kanu would field independent candidates but
    > who will be funded by PNU to ensure Kanu becomes strong since PNU
    > would disintegrate by 2009 and a win or lose by Kibaki would have
    > prepared Uhuru to inherit the Mt. Kenya vote. Second, the bad blood
    > between Uhuru and Moi over his association with ODM would be cleansed
    > by the appointment as ministers of Gideon Moi, Nick Salat, Paul Sang
    > and Nicholas Biwott in a Kibaki government. As it were only Paul Sang
    > got the appointment earlier than after the elections. These
    > appointment promises remain intact for
    after
    > 2008 and are the reason Moi and company
    > are campaigning hard for Kibaki in Rift Valley. Third, through such
    > association with Moi’s boys and should Kibaki lose, Kanu would have
    > re-established a foothold in Central Kenya and the Rift Valley, and
    > with Moi’s support in the Rift Valley, Uhuru will be president and
    > Gideon Moi the vice in 2012.
    >
    > When it came to other communities and other competitors, the athuri
    > prevailed upon Kibaki to abandon the ambitions of Awori, Kombo,
    > Kituyi, Saitoti, Martha Karua and Kirwa as inconsequential. This was
    > after Kibaki was presented with secret research evidence from Mutahi
    > Ngunyi, who has since moved to State House. Mutahi reported that other
    > than Karua, the pretenders to the throne would all loose their seats
    > in the 2007 elections. Chipped in Karume in reference to Karua “Mwari
    > wa muthambia kioro afataire kuihura/kuithambia mbere….” (The
    > daughter of a toilet cleaner should wipe herself first!) –
    a
    > derogatory reference to Kirinyaga people whom mainstream Kikuyu refer
    > to
    as
    > toilet cleaners. The slur was acquired in colonial times when the
    Kirinyaga
    > dominated the city council cleansing department).
    >
    > As for Saitoti, it was felt that he was an outsider who carried too
    > much baggage from the Goldenberg scum. He was seen to be “disloyal” in
    > his earlier announcement that he would vie against Kibaki in this
    > year’s elections. The Kiambu Muranga axis of the athuri felt that
    > Saitoti
    ambitions
    > for 2012 did not augur well for Uhuru. Michuki reported he had met Moi
    > who has no time for his former VP, and that consideration of Saitoti
    > would antagonize Moi whom Saitoti blamed for the Goldenberg theft.
    >
    > To placate Moi, the athuri minutes report to Kibaki refers to
    > “Gacamia/Gathakaria ga gukenia Moi” (or a sweetener to appease Mzee
    > Moi).
    It
    > has now emerged that the sweet for Moi is a plot to ensure Saitioti
    > looses the Kajiado North parliamentary seat. It is with this hindsight
    > the
    Saitoti
    > is under siege from DP’s Lee Kinyanjui and blames “someone” in PNU.
    > And Saitoti is very uncomfortable at the moment with the Kibaki Group
    > even
    going
    > as far as claiming that PNU wants him to loose the Kajiado North seat.
    These
    > fears are well founded as the athuri feel that Saitoti is an outsider
    > in Central Province and therefore not the best bet for the Presidency
    > even after Kibaki.
    >
    > Part of their minutes show the athuri discussed ways of dealing with
    > the imminent fallout with other communities in 2012. The Luhya as a
    > community are dismissed as peaceful and would be grateful for
    > anything. Kombo
    despite
    > promises was ruled out as a running mate. Moody’s influence in Western
    > Province was found lucking and Kombo, Kituyi and Wekesa were seen to
    > have succumbed to the ODM wave in the Province. “Manegere Mathagu ma
    > guku na nimakurota kuubuka”, (Give them some chicken wings and they
    > will dream of flying), Michuki is quoted dismissing any worries about
    > Luhya support for Kibaki.
    >
    > The meeting thus decided that ” Gutuma atongoria abaluhya mecirie
    nimakugia
    > ufata munene kuri thirikari Kibaki ashinda'(to give the Luhya leaders
    > the impression that they will be a major part of Kibaki’s government
    > if he wins). The emphasis was that these leaders should be made to
    > work for
    Kibaki
    > since their worth as vote-getters had diminished. This seems to be the
    > “decoy” assurance Kibaki was promising on his recent tour.
    >
    > When PNU was taken over, it was decided that Kibaki give other parties
    like
    > Ford-Kenya and Ford-People, the illusion that they are part of PNU.
    > Only Kombo took this bait and Ford-K is the only party that is headed
    > to
    oblivion
    > in the PNU. Secretly, Kikuyu parties like Safina, Narc-Kenya and DP
    > were
    to
    >
    > be allowed to “revolt” and field candidates in their own names in the
    > nominations. Kombo is being made to believe that he is a co-owner of
    > PNU and therefore a future VP.
    However,
    > in a telling game of juggling the liver ala Michuki, the athuri have
    argued
    > that after elections, Ford-Kenya would be dead.
    > The plot was to ensure Kombo got money to stand on PNU and let
    > Ford-Kenya die. It is interesting that the ECK lists Kombo and his
    > Bungoma cohorts as all standing on PNU!
    >
    > Hence, the Kibaki athuri hatched a plot to keep all the non-Kikuyu
    > members of PNU hopeful. However, the confidential athuri minutes show
    > that after
    the
    > elections and incase Kibaki wins, he will form an alliance with
    >
    > Kalonzo Musyoka as VP because Kibaki will only have Kikuyu MPs. The
    athuri
    > also argue that most other provinces are already lost to ODM and there
    will
    > be no need to reward “aragoli”
    > (Mt. Kenya name for the Luhya) after they reject Kibaki.
    >
    > According to Mutahi Ngunyi’s brief, to boost turnout, all Kibaki needs
    > to
    do
    > is ensure large turnouts in Central where the “unattached voter” will
    > be helped to vote. This is reference to double registration occasioned
    > by national IDS numbers being shared by several voters and those also
    > of dead voters given to other people. It is quite alarming that most
    > cases termed “double registration” by the ECK are actually ID numbers
    > of other voters outside Mt. Kenya and the dead
    ones
    > now given Kikuyu names and allocated voters cards.
    >
    > The rigging ploy is that while the original holder of the legitimate
    > ID number will be denied voting because of double registration, the
    > imposter
    in
    > Central Kenya will have voted.
    >
    > While analyzing the situation in Rift Valley, the athuri considered
    > the consequences of naming Kipruto Kirwa as Kibaki’s running mate, an
    > idea
    they
    > said originated from a meeting former President
    > Daniel Arap Moi had held with Narc-Kenya chairman Raphael Tuju in
    > Nakuru
    in
    > October. Moi had argued that promising Kirwa a running mate position
    > to Kibaki (without intending to make him VP) would clip the ODM wave
    > in Rift Valley. This, it is explained, would make Kalenjins vote for
    > Kibaki since former Eldoret North MP William Ruto who
    is
    > a member of the powerful ODM Pentagon is
    > not Raila Odinga’s running mate.
    >
    > But Moi’s suggestion was rejected as the athuri argued that it would
    > be
    very
    > difficult to dump Kirwa after the elections were he to be named the
    running
    > mate. Mutahi argued that Uhuru’s support from the Kalenjin in 2012
    > would
    be
    > jeopardized as the Kalenjin would rebel again. “Dukayihie mbogo
    > ithitio. Nitutihitie andu aya maita meri matikugueterera gutihio ka
    > gatatu”, warned Ngunyi, who is married to a Kalenjin, in his
    > presentation. Loosely translated, it means “Never underrate a wounded
    > Buffalo. We have wounded these chaps twice – using them in 2002
    > against Moi and firing them after
    for
    > Moi’s mistakes. They will not wait for a third wound”. The athuri
    > finally decided that the VP slot should be left vacant and dangled to
    > all communities especially the Luhya and the Kalenjin to vote for
    > Kibaki.
    >
    > Apparently, while Kibaki needs Moi’s help, the athuri acknowledge that
    > Moi is a danger given the Kroll Report, which revealed that the former
    President
    > and his family looted public coffers more than Kshs.130 billion. They
    > have decided to restrict Moi to campaigns against ODM in Rift Valley
    > where they believe corruption by Moi is not an issue. Yet some members
    > in the group
    are
    > cautious with this
    > arrangement arguing that it may backfire and hurt Kibaki on the
    > platform
    of
    > Corruption. It is with this in mind that an anxious Moi, whose moles
    > had leaked the reservations by the athuri to him, met Kibaki at State
    > House Nakuru for 45 minutes on November 29, 2007.
    >
    > Sources reveal that Moi wanted assurance that Kibaki would not
    > renegade on
    a
    > secret deal never to prosecute Moi and his family for crimes committed
    > during his era. To secure protection Moi secured a free ride to
    > Parliament for his sons and his private sectraty, John Lokorio in
    > three
    constituencies
    > on a Kanu ticket. Moi who had just arrived back from Ethiopia
    > contributed Kshs3 billion to Kibaki’s campaign kitty.
    >
    > However, a clever Moi said the money will be used by him in Kibaki
    > Tena campaigns in Rift Valley against Raila. Moi is now funding all
    > the pro-Kibaki candidates in the province. It is also believed that it
    > is from this money that leaflets against Raila are being produced and
    > distributed
    in
    > Rift Valley.
    >
    > The more dastardly of the cash use is the funding of ethnic clashes in
    Molo.
    > Kikuyu and Kalenjin youth are being paid to kill and burn houses
    > belonging to Kisii migrant workers in the area in an attempt to cut
    > down ODM votes
    in
    > the native Kisii-Nyanza. The pro-Kibaki media have deliberately chosen
    > to focus on source interviews and name-tag captions showing the Kisii
    > as the victims. Yet this is not new. It is the third phase after the
    > failure when government ignited ethnic flare-ups on the Kisii-Kalenjin
    > border at Sondu mid this year as the ODM wave hit fever pitch in the
    > country. The second phase failed where widows and orphans would be
    > paid to parade themselves as victims of ethnic clashes in Kisii. It
    > looks like Moi has now gone for the real ones
    by
    > igniting the Kuresoi killings.

  82. Kanyeka says:

    jackie
    Thanks a lot for the help you’ve offered me and Elizabeth congratulations!! I hope some one else with the same problem has gotten it.

  83. jackie says:

    Thanks Agent4Change. Will re-submit on that page.

  84. dennis k says:

    all signs are showing that it is the intention f p.n.u to rigg the poll. they know that defeat is inevitable and the ego’s of kibaki and his leutenants can not allow it to happen. the steadman poll is a clear indication of their intentions. by showing kibaki closing the gap and eventually overtaking raila, the public will be less suspicious. we need to rubish the survey with all we’ve got.

    on what we as odmers can do, VIGILANCE VIGILANCE VIGILANCE on polling day especially. we will not be cheated out of our victory.

  85. Elizabeth says:

    Jackie

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!……….Oooops, whoever was behind this blog idea.

    Now I know what to do, so are many others out there. I’ll get back to you on this one.

    CHUNGWA MOJA…KWELI NI MAISHA BORA!

  86. Mkenyanje says:

    If you thought the counterfeit ballot papers issue was just but DOMO and a ploy,

    please sample this out. I got this thru an email forward.

    ———————————————————————————

    Agrrey Muiruri is in Brussels . He was seen at Wetstraat near Lex Building . He is booked in at the Parc D’Evere Hotel opposite Brussels main cemetery. Muiruri is an employer of FastPrint which also printed the Rift Valley leaflets. Kihara Muttu of ECK met a Nigerian forger in Portsmouth in the UK . The Nigerian is a well known fake dollar and euro printer. Ink removal substance a compound of methyl has been procured by Mr. Lennie (read 1 million Dinner plate guests). The cargo is destined for Eldoret Airport from Dubai aboard DAS Air cargo flight. The substance is part of rigging materials.

    Zambaza kwa watu wote.

    More coming shortly….

  87. Agent4Change says:

    The Blog Day will be on 14th Dec from 3 p.m Kenyan time.

    Kindly send in your topics,we will then choose 5 most intresting ones

    In the mean time, forward the link https://raila2007.wordpress.com by e-mail to invite more people to the blog

    Agent4change

    Blog Admin

  88. solomon says:

    Let ODM also invest in enough powerful torches to deal with expected state-engineered power blackouts. Good mobile phones with camera facilities to capture funny activities by PNU agents will also be very important.

    I participated as a NARC agent in the last elections (2002) and there were apparantly no available transport for the ballot boxes to the constituency headquarter for tallying, one of the aspirant provided his vans to transport the ballot boxes. ODM pentagon must take up this issue of transportation of ballot boxes with eck. It must be ready and available everywhere.

  89. Alfred Osewe says:

    Hi blog members,
    Wonderful job as far as spreading of the untrue opinion poll that steadman was just a bout to impose on us, it really worked out when the sms and mails went everyehere and even to steadman, they were caught pant down. Even though the 4% margin is still not true but atleast we won one battle of not showinng that we are loosing to pnu.
    Ask urself one question, what could make RO rise by that% and MK TO drop by 1%, Waititu this time does not show us why now we r rising and MK is going down, has the guy stopped compaining or dishing out goodies?
    KUDOS WANA CHUNGWA MOJA, keep the fighting spirit and we shall make it.

  90. faddie says:

    i wanted to suggest that we urge the PENTAGON to put on hold announcing their agenda for the first 100 days in power until after we have taken them to state house.this is because,just as the issue of the majimbo and MoU with muslims created an unnecessary propaganda that made us drop,i think the PNU guys might just pick out issues from that announcement and capitalise on it as propaganda.this announcement,i believe should be the first item after naming the cabinet next year and i think that’s when it will be best to announce it.because then,we will be best placed to chart the way 4ward.
    or what do you guys think?

  91. faddie says:

    WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!
    pliz my dear ODMers,don’t walk around with your ID AND VOTERS CARDS in your wallets.
    i’ve got information that muggers these days don’t necessarily ask for money.they ngeta(mug)you but instead of asking for money,they search for your ID AND VOTERS’ CARDS.so guys,be warned.
    KEEP THE VOTERS’ CARDS AT HOME UNTIL THE 27TH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  92. jaugenya says:

    TNK
    I totally agree , the stakes are way too high for us to divuldge our secret weapons.

  93. faddie says:

    guyz,i need to share something with you.
    i happen to have a friend who is very close to the establishment.actually,he is a VERY VERY VERY close ralative of Francis Muthaura.and i mean very close.
    we were talking about this issue of kibaki smelling defeat and what he told me shocked me.
    this guy happens to be privy to the way the PNU guyz are organizing things and actually i tend to believe he could be in the thick of it.anyway,i was abit surprised by how confident he seemed to be regarding the results of these elections.
    first of all,he admitted to me that things are not going on that well at the PNU secretariat.
    they have already started the blame game like they did during the referendum.
    wakina muthaura he told me are blaming the PNU secretariat for letting kibaki down.the reason being that PNU aspirants have been given resources but instead of helping kibaki,they are using them for their own compaigns thus leaving the old mzee to do it alone.
    however,there is something else that he told me vaguely and i think he never realised i picked clues from it.
    he said that they have realised things are bad for them but they aren’t going to lose this election.
    he hinted that the stakes are so high that they can’t let kibaki lose and so,
    THEY HAVE ELABORATE PLANS TO RIG these elections.
    he again told me that they are not worried about kibaki.their only worry is that kibaki will win but he wouldn’t have enough numbers to help him run the government.
    guyz idon’t know if i’m overreacting but i just wanted to share this information so that we put our antennaes on overdrive.
    REMEMBER ODMers,WE ARE NOT THERE YET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  94. amani says:

    As i Kenyan in diaspora,i think it’s it’s time for change in our country.I got this today and it i thought it was realy appalling.

    Forwarded message: Read this and make up your own mind.

    The Mt. Kenya Kibaki Succession Plan: Secret Meetings held to dupe and bribe

    Uhuru Kenyatta’s double-speak about his ambition to become Kenya’s President after Kibaki is no surprise. Uhuru Kenyatta is the chosen heir in an elaborate plan by Mt. Kenya politicians to ensure that the Presidency stays with the community beyond 2022. A group of Mt. Kenya politicians have planned how Uhuru will take over the Presidency in 2012 whether Kibaki wins another term or not in December 2007.

    Before PNU was formed, Kibaki had held a series of secret meetings with top leaders from Central Province to chart the way forward for the future of the Kikuyu Community after 2007. The meetings started as early as April this year when the Kibaki men realized that he had no credible party that could see him get re-elected. Purely Mt. Kenya outfits Narc-Kenya and DP were at the time pressuring him to adopt their ticket amid dissent from non-Kikuyu ministers.

    Notably, while the politicians were of the impression that Kibaki should join either of the two Mt. Kenya parties, Kibaki’s golfing baddies now entrenched in government, parastatals and in Mt. Kenya owned TransCentury share-trading and acquisition company were busy working on a formula that would see Kibaki re-elected at the same time ensuring that the presidency remains with the Kikuyu beyond 2012.

    Handwritten minutes of meetings show that the planners – the athuri group – are so secret that even members of the Ameru and Aembu are not included. The argument is that these communities will obviously support a Kikuyu come 2012 because they have no option. To this end, it was agreed that Kiraitu Murungi and David Mwiraria be returned to the cabinet to ensure “they are for ever grateful” and to win the loyalty of the Ameru. It came as no surprise that it was Lucy Kibaki who made hints of their return which was effected speedily. Minutes show the group nicknamed itself “athuri”.

    About the same time, the athuri secretive group comprising of Kibaki as chairman, Njenga Karume and John Michuki as alternate chairmen, Mary Wambui, Jimmy Kibaki, Judy Kibaki, Eddy Njoroge, George Muhoho, Stanley Murage, Nat Kangethe, Bishops Arthur Gitonga and George Gathii, and Cyrus Gituai (PS OP) were holding meetings with the retired president Moi’s group of Nicholas Biwott, Ezekiel Bargetuny, Gideon Moi, Sila Yego and Uhuru to layout the post-Kibaki succession plan.

    Ready to play ball as usual were Luhya leaders in the then GNU. A plot was hatched to have Ford-Kenya take the lead in the formation of PNU thereby hide the true intention of the Mt. Kenya boys. In one meeting it was agreed that Musikari Kombo was more pliable, weak and dumb enough to be used. That Kombo was weak on his Western Province turf after invasion by ODM was cited as reason enough for him to play errand boy without question. “Nyamu eno ahoyaga matigio. Reke tomuhe ihindi” (this animal worships leftovers. Let’s give him a bone to chew), Kibaki is said of Kombo in reference to empty departments given to Kombo’s cronies after he threw a tantrum following a post-referendum new cabinet in 2005.

    Not surprisingly, in a recent tour of Western Province, Kibaki told Kombo and company including Moody Awori that he will include him in his cabinet. It was strange given that the president found it necessary to make this promise when all parties under PNU should automatically be in Cabinet after elections. Was this an attempt to stem some disquiet regarding the president’s mean trick of short-changing partners? Was this reassurance to Kombo and meant to appease Luhya voters who have lost faith and trust that Kibaki, an introverted tribalist, can never honour a promise? Problem is, there is no party Kombo can use to negotiate for positions in the post-elections cabinet. This is because Ford-Kenya has been swallowed by PNU and is fielding no candidates!

    Earlier, in the athuri meeting, it was also argued that Kombo’s never-ending ambition to be “given” the vice presidency was a great enticement to have him play blind ball. His desperation for money was also used fully. No less a person than his nemesis Soita Shitanda of Malava has accused Kombo of being in PNU for the money. It is instructive that while all parties under PNU have their own candidates, only Ford-Kenya failed to field a single candidate of its own. The ECK register shows that all Former Ford-Kenya MPs in Bungoma, including Kombo are running on PNU. It means that Ford-Kenya is finally dead.

    That’s how the equally quick-to-please Noah Wekesa was recruited to lead a façade of forming PNU while the backroom Muthaiga boys worked on a parallel plan. It is notable that immediately Wekesa thought he had clinched it with PANU, the Mt. Kenya boys took it over renamed it PNU and got busy swallowing all the other parties other than Kanu. Wekesa’s cries of betrayal were to no avail. His boss Kombo, as usual was more interested in the cash handouts that comes with “horse trading” than protecting his sidekick or the interests of Ford-Kenya.

    Back to the issue of the Kibaki succession, Uhuru finally agreed to join the Kibaki team but was given enough concessions as the heir-in-waiting: First, Kanu would field independent candidates but who will be funded by PNU to ensure Kanu becomes strong since PNU would disintegrate by 2009 and a win or lose by Kibaki would have prepared Uhuru to inherit the Mt. Kenya vote. Second, the bad blood between Uhuru and Moi over his association with ODM would be cleansed by the appointment as ministers of Gideon Moi, Nick Salat, Paul Sang and Nicholas Biwott in a Kibaki government. As it were only Paul Sang got the appointment earlier than after the elections. These appointment promises remain intact for after 2008 and are the reason Moi and company are campaigning hard for Kibaki in Rift Valley. Third, through such association with Moi’s boys and should Kibaki lose, Kanu would have re-established a foothold in Central Kenya and the Rift Valley, and with Moi’s support in the Rift Valley, Uhuru will be president and Gideon Moi the vice in 2012.

    When it came to other communities and other competitors, the athuri prevailed upon Kibaki to abandon the ambitions of Awori, Kombo, Kituyi, Saitoti, Martha Karua and Kirwa as inconsequential. This was after Kibaki was presented with secret research evidence from Mutahi Ngunyi, who has since moved to State House. Mutahi reported that other than Karua, the pretenders to the throne would all loose their seats in the 2007 elections. Chipped in Karume in reference to Karua “Mwari wa muthambia kioro afataire kuihura/kuithambia mbere….” (The daughter of a toilet cleaner should wipe herself first!) – a derogatory reference to Kirinyaga people whom mainstream Kikuyu refer to as toilet cleaners. The slur was acquired in colonial times when the Kirinyaga dominated the city council cleansing department).

    As for Saitoti, it was felt that he was an outsider who carried too much baggage from the Goldenberg scum. He was seen to be “disloyal” in his earlier announcement that he would vie against Kibaki in this year’s elections. The Kiambu Muranga axis of the athuri felt that Saitoti ambitions for 2012 did not augur well for Uhuru. Michuki reported he had met Moi who has no time for his former VP, and that consideration of Saitoti would antagonize Moi whom Saitoti blamed for the Goldenberg theft.

    To placate Moi, the athuri minutes report to Kibaki refers to ” Gacamia/Gathakaria ga gukenia Moi” (or a sweetener to appease Mzee Moi). It has now emerged that the sweet for Moi is a plot to ensure Saitioti looses the Kajiado North parliamentary seat. It is with this hindsight the Saitoti is under siege from DP’s Lee Kinyanjui and blames “someone” in PNU. And Saitoti is very uncomfortable at the moment with the Kibaki Group even going as far as claiming that PNU wants him to loose the Kajiado North seat. These fears are well founded as the athuri feel that Saitoti is an outsider in Central Province and therefore not the best bet for the Presidency even after Kibaki.

    Part of their minutes show the athuri discussed ways of dealing with the imminent fallout with other communities in 2012. The Luhya as a community are dismissed as peaceful and would be grateful for anything. Kombo despite promises was ruled out as a running mate. Moody’s influence in Western Province was found lucking and Kombo, Kituyi and Wekesa were seen to have succumbed to the ODM wave in the Province. ” Manegere Mathagu ma guku na nimakurota kuubuka”, (Give them some chicken wings and they will dream of flying), Michuki is quoted dismissing any worries about Luhya support for Kibaki.
    The meeting thus decided that ” Gutuma atongoria abaluhya mecirie nimakugia ufata munene kuri thirikari Kibaki ashinda'( to give the Luhya leaders the impression that they will be a major part of Kibaki’s government if he wins). The emphasis was that these leaders should be made to work for Kibaki since their worth as vote-getters had diminished. This seems to be the “decoy” assurance Kibaki was promising on his recent tour.

    When PNU was taken over, it was decided that Kibaki give other parties like Ford-Kenya and Ford-People, the illusion that they are part of PNU. Only Kombo took this bait and Ford-K is the only party that is headed to oblivion in the PNU. Secretly, Kikuyu parties like Safina, Narc-Kenya and DP were to be allowed to “revolt” and field candidates in their own names in the nominations. Kombo is being made to believe that he is a co-owner of PNU and therefore a future VP. However, in a telling game of juggling the liver ala Michuki, the athuri have argued that after elections, Ford-Kenya would be dead. The plot was to ensure Kombo got money to stand on PNU and let Ford-Kenya die. It is interesting that the ECK lists Kombo and his Bungoma cohorts as all standing on PNU!
    Hence, the Kibaki athuri hatched a plot to keep all the non-Kikuyu members of PNU hopeful. However, the confidential athuri minutes show that after the elections and incase Kibaki wins, he will form an alliance with Kalonzo Musyoka as VP because Kibaki will only have Kikuyu MPs. The athuri also argue that most other provinces are already lost to ODM and there will be no need to reward “aragoli” (Mt. Kenya name for the Luhya) after they reject Kibaki.

    According to Mutahi Ngunyi’s brief, to boost turnout, all Kibaki needs to do is ensure large turnouts in Central where the “unattached voter” will be helped to vote. This is reference to double registration occasioned by national IDS numbers being shared by several voters and those also of dead voters given to other people. It is quite alarming that most cases termed “double registration” by the ECK are actually ID numbers of other voters outside Mt. Kenya and the dead ones now given Kikuyu names and allocated voters cards. The rigging ploy is that while the original holder of the legitimate ID number will be denied voting because of double registration, the imposter in Central Kenya will have voted.

    While analyzing the situation in Rift Valley, the athuri considered the consequences of naming Kipruto Kirwa as Kibaki’s running mate, an idea they said originated from a meeting former President Daniel Arap Moi had held with Narc-Kenya chairman Raphael Tuju in Nakuru in October. Moi had argued that promising Kirwa a running mate position to Kibaki (without intending to make him VP) would clip the ODM wave in Rift Valley. This, it is explained, would make Kalenjins vote for Kibaki since former Eldoret North MP William Ruto who is a member of the powerful ODM Pentagon is not Raila Odinga’s running mate.

    But Moi’s suggestion was rejected as the athuri argued that it would be very difficult to dump Kirwa after the elections were he to be named the running mate. Mutahi argued that Uhuru’s support from the Kalenjin in 2012 would be jeopardized as the Kalenjin would rebel again. ” Dukayihie mbogo ithitio. Nitutihitie andu aya maita meri matikugueterera gutihio ka gatatu”, warned Ngunyi, who is married to a Kalenjin, in his presentation. Loosely translated, it means “Never underrate a wounded Buffalo. We have wounded these chaps twice – using them in 2002 against Moi and firing them after for Moi’s mistakes. They will not wait for a third wound”. The athuri finally decided that the VP slot should be left vacant and dangled to all communities especially the Luhya and the Kalenjin to vote for Kibaki.

    Apparently, while Kibaki needs Moi’s help, the athuri acknowledge that Moi is a danger given the Kroll Report, which revealed that the former President and his family looted public coffers more than Kshs.130 billion. They have decided to restrict Moi to campaigns against ODM in Rift Valley where they believe corruption by Moi is not an issue. Yet some members in the group are cautious with this arrangement arguing that it may backfire and hurt Kibaki on the platform of Corruption. It is with this in mind that an anxious Moi, whose moles had leaked the reservations by the athuri to him, met Kibaki at State House Nakuru for 45 minutes on November 29, 2007.

    Sources reveal that Moi wanted assurance that Kibaki would not renegade on a secret deal never to prosecute Moi and his family for crimes committed during his era. To secure protection Moi secured a free ride to Parliament for his sons and his private sectraty, John Lokorio in three constituencies on a Kanu ticket. Moi who had just arrived back from Ethiopia contributed Kshs3 billion to Kibaki’s campaign kitty.

    However, a clever Moi said the money will be used by him in Kibaki Tena campaigns in Rift Valley against Raila. Moi is now funding all the pro-Kibaki candidates in the province. It is also believed that it is from this money that leaflets against Raila are being produced and distributed in Rift Valley.

    The more dastardly of the cash use is the funding of ethnic clashes in Molo. Kikuyu and Kalenjin youth are being paid to kill and burn houses belonging to Kisii migrant workers in the area in an attempt to cut down ODM votes in the native Kisii-Nyanza. The pro-Kibaki media have deliberately chosen to focus on source interviews and name-tag captions showing the Kisii as the victims. Yet this is not new. It is the third phase after the failure when government ignited ethnic flare-ups on the Kisii-Kalenjin border at Sondu mid this year as the ODM wave hit fever pitch in the country. The second phase failed where widows and orphans would be paid to parade themselves as victims of ethnic clashes in Kisii. It looks like Moi has now gone for the real ones by igniting the Kuresoi killings

  95. amani says:

    I don’t know how true this is but we’ve got to continue the struggle.

    BREAKING NEWS

    Tension is high in ODM Kenya as Kalonzo Musyoka has agreed to cross to PNU on 22 December after getting KShs. 10 billion and accepting the much coveted VP’s post.

  96. PHILLIPO ONDAKO MAINA says:

    SOMEBODY TOLD ME THAT PNU WILL OPEN PARALLEL POLLING STATIONS.THIS WILL BE IN THEIR STRONGHOLDS.THIS WILL BE EASY SINCE ODM WONT HAVE EFFECTIVE AGENTS IN THOSE CENTRES.APOLLING STATION WITH FOUR STREAMS CAN HAVE THE STREAM WITH LEAST VOTES REPLACED WITH THE FICTICIOUS STREAM WHEN TALLYING AT THE CONSTITUENCY LEVEL.
    THE OBSERVERS ESPECIALLY FROM EU AND KNCHR PLEASE HELP KENYA

  97. Yego says:

    Mr Stanley Murage is trying to strategise all possible means of rigging,but las to him!!! we are already watching you Mr S. Your plan to send on leave all the statehouses and statelodges employees in all major towns in the country is a matter concern.We have as a matter of urgency established that the plan is to transform this facilities to rigging parlours.Ballot boxes stashed with marked pallot papers will be transported and stored in this facilities on the 25th dec 2007, a section of the eck commisioners are privy to this deal (Tuitui…are u reading me?) .These ballot boxes will have exactly the same serial numbers with those being used in the surrounding polling stations.At some point of the day during the polling day, the boxes will be loaded onto new 4×4 pickups and with rowdy vijana na kibaki malitia aboard the pickups, they will drive to some polling stations and start some fracas. In the middle of the melee, the ballot boxes will be dropped and exchanged with the genuine ones.Mind you , the police officers who will be guarding these stns are privy to this information and they will allow this barbaric act to proceed.We trying to actually analys the possibility of this drama like plan, but we ae not giving a chance to any such malice plans.The point remains that all the facilities i have mention above will be used as logistic bases for rigging and we would want the ODM & foreign observers to take note of this.
    Mr kioko (vijana na kibaki), tell us dude… who were you with last week in Hyatt Regency in Dubai.Your private life also is part of our concern coz you are a leader of mungiki like malitia by the name vijana na kibaki.Hey wambui met you at jumeira beach( zaed road) , are u shopping for merceneries too?

  98. Stephen Were says:

    Some PUNU supported were also reported bragging that the govt will instigate violence in Langata to get excuse of delaying the vote in the consituency with several days. They will then start announcing results from Central province with a view of causing anxiety to ODM suppoters.

    ODM should start mobilising/ sending clear message to all that we will not accept being cheated out of our victiory

  99. solomon says:

    It is absolutely important to ensure that all parliamentary candidates votes aggregated in a particular constituecy must not have material differences with the total presidential votes tally in that constituency.

    This will also be anti-rigging measure. If they steal the presidential vote they must also steal a corresponding number of votes for mps and councilors. It is a tall order for PANU. The beauty of it is that ODM has its tentacles spread across the country. Let us throng the polling stations on 27th Dec 2007 to frustrate any rigging attempt.

    I think referandum was easier to rig than this general election. So are the by-elections as you saw in Kisauni and Nakuru town.

  100. PHILLIPO ONDAKO MAINA says:

    hii Agent4change admin.
    what hapenned to my request for posters and summary manifestos????????????????
    if Justice Kwach has not hired polling agents,iam here to work for free,what do you say

  101. David Rogo says:

    David blogging from upperhill i think agents can be deployed and most importantly supporters to keep vigil at the polling station from counting to upto when results are announced..

  102. OPADO says:

    MOI-KIBAKI ARE KNOWN TWINS WITH DIFERENT SHIRTS ANGLO LEASE AND
    GOLDEN THESE MEN ARE THE TRUE MALADY AND NOTHING GOOD CAN HAPPEN IN KENYA ONCE THEY ARE STILL ALIFE THEY SHOULD BE STONED
    IDONT THINK THEY STAND FOR ANY POLITIC.HOW CAN THESE TWO MEN FORCE THE NATION TO WORSHIP CORRUPTION? WHERE ARE THE YOUTHS?
    DO YOU REAL WANT A CHANGE? THESE MEN SHOULD BE ARRESTED AND JAILED KIBAKI IS NOT EVEN ELEGIBLE TO CONTEST FOR PRESIDENCY AT 75 YRS OLD THE CONSITUTION DOES NOT ALLOW THAT THEREFORE HE IS BARRED.KIBAKI WITH MIND DARED ONLY ONE TERM KIBAKI NOW WANT TO BE
    A LIFE PRESIDENT WITH MOI AS VICE THIS SHALL NEVER HAPPEN. FORGET IT
    OPADO

  103. ODM says:

    ODM SHOULD make sure that they mobilize their supporters in all areas, this will ensure that any even if Pnu tries to rig the poll by importing voters from thier strongholds ODM will still win.

  104. sizzle gal says:

    hi guys;
    you know what, we won the battle already, ODM ODM ODM. No need to worry ’bout moi n kibaki for all i care they shd go home n battle their old age thats alot more fruitful venture for them. meanwhile… we getting the crown big tyme. keep locked folks, just a little while n bingo!!!!HAIL AGWAMBO TOSHA.

  105. Oloo Oraro says:

    Sad to see the turn of events in Kenya.

    When Bush Vs Gore did their vote count and re-count in their election, the country never reached to the levels seen in Kenya for the past few days. People respected the laws knowing that the country is made of laws. They cherish them and understand that without them, even the idea of voting would not come into place.

    I therefore call upon everyone to ensure that they refrain and stop from doing acts of destruction to other people’s lives and property. Imagine if it was yours being destroyed. How would you feel? Nobody’s life is worth being eliminated whatsoever!

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