Raila Amolo Odinga

FULL NAMES: Raila Amolo Odinga
PARTY: Orange Democratic Movement (ODM)
POLITICAL HISTORY:
  • Detained without trial for six years following August 1, 1982, coup attempt by Kenya Air Force personnel. Initially charged with treason, detained after nolle prosequi entered by state; 1982
  • Six months after being released, detained again for a year; 1988
  • One year after being released, detained again for a year; 1990
  • Political asylum in Norway for four months; 1991
  • Returns to Kenya to help found the Forum for the Restoration of Democracy, the first new political party to be registered after the restoration of the multiparty state in Kenya; 1991
  • General election: Wins Langata parliamentary seat on a Ford-Kenya ticket; 1992
  • Resigns from Ford-Kenya, joins the National Development Party (NDP); 1996
  • Wins Langata by-election on NDP ticket; 1997
  • General election: Successfully defends Langata seat; 1997
  • Presidential candidate: Achieves third place in field of 15; 1997
  • Appointed minister for energy; 2001
  • Leads NDP into merger with Kanu. Elected Kanu secretary-general; 2002
  • Leads Kanu breakaway faction (Rainbow Alliance) to join Liberal Democratic Party (LDP); 2002
  • Teams up with National Alliance Party of Kenya, a group of opposition parties, to form National Rainbow Coalition (Narc); 2002
  • General election: Ensures opposition unity by taking a rear seat and publicly backing Mwai Kibaki for president; 2002
  • Signs Memorandum of Understanding regarding cabinet power-sharing in event of Narc election victory; 2002
  • Successfully defends Langata seat on LDP ticket; 2002
  • Narc ousts Kanu from power it has held since Independence; 2002
  • Appointed minister for roads, public works and housing, but Kibaki reneges on Memorandum of Understanding power-sharing agreement; 2002
  • After Draft Constitution proposed by assembly of representatives (Bomas Draft) is changed to reflect government self-interest, leads group of parties opposed to changes to become Orange Democratic Movement. ODM leads nation in ‘no’ vote in referendum on constitutional changes, and wins by more than one million votes; 2005
  • Replaced as Minister for roads and public works; 2005
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
  • Assistant lecturer, department of mechanical engineering, University of Nairobi ; 1970
  • Partner in Franz Schineis & Partners, engineering consultants; 1971
  • Established Standard Processing Equipment Construction & Erection (Spectre, later East African Spectre Ltd), engineering company that later specialised in the manufacture of liquid petroleum gas cylinders; 1971
  • Appointed group standards manager, Kenya Bureau of Standards; 1974
  • Two-month programme at British Standards Institution, London: Standards and specification writing, product testing and quality control; 1975
  • Two-month programme at US National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, and University of Denver, Colorado; 1976
  • Promoted to deputy director, Kenya Bureau of Standards; 1978
DATE OF BIRTH: January 7th, 1945
PLACE OF BIRTH: Maseno Church Missionary Society Hospital, Nyanza
SPOUSE: Ida Anyango Oyoo
CHILDREN:
  • Fidel; YOB: 1973
  • Rosemary; YOB: 1977
  • Raila Jnr; YOB: 1979
  • Winnie; YOB: 1990
HOME: Opoda Farm (Bondo District, Nyanza) and Nairobi
CAMPAIGN WEB SITE: http://www.raila07.com
EDUCATION:  
  • UNIVERSITY /COLLEGE
  • Otto von Guericke Technical University, Magdeburg, Germany (graduated with MSc in Mechanical Engineering); 1964 – 1969
  • Herder Institute (high school). Leipzig, Germany; 1962 – 1964
  • SECONDARY /HIGH SCHOOL
  • Maranda Primary and High School, Nyanza; 1954 – 1962
  • PRIMARY SCHOOL
  • Kisumu Union Primary School, Nyanza; 1952 – 1953
BOOKS:  
  • ABOUT SELF
  • Raila Odinga: An Enigma in Kenyan Politics

134 Responses to Raila Amolo Odinga

  1. James says:

    Congratulations for a job well done in profiling the next president. I would appreciate if you could develop a new link detailing Raila’s achievements to silence those critics who are not aware of them. I propose the following format:
    Achievements:

    • For Democracy

    • For Kibera/Langata

    • As a cabinet Minister:

    o Energy
    o Roads and Public Works

    • In Parliament

    • In Business

    • In Academia

    • In Politics

    Thanks!

  2. robert says:

    Hi tinga supporters! hope this email gets to our president elect. Kenyans want reassurance that follow up will be done on the numerous scandals involving public finances. we are backing you full force for change as youth!

    We are tired of tribalism as Kenyans from central province, not all of us have fallen into the tribal trap of kibaki and his croonies.

    Robert Mwangi(UON)

  3. Fred Ogutu says:

    Congratulation the man of the time,You echoered exactly the Kenyan dream which we strongly believe shall be achieved through you Raila Tinga.The Pentagon team brought forth to kenyans that style of leadership kenyans are yearning for.We as your supporters will come out in large numbers to Vote for Change(RAILA)YOU CARRIED THE DAY BY STILLING THE SHOW IN STYLE.

  4. Peter Waithaka says:

    Go for it Raila, For 40 years it has been all about a clique of invidividuals in this beloved country of ours.
    When i see & hear from Raila i see the spirit of the Kenyan liberators who fought for our independence and multi-party politics in Kenya.
    The institutions that Kenya should have had from independence depend on your Presidency, i look forward to this and i know i speak for alot of my peers.
    I hope yours will be a true legacy only in the class of Mandela.

  5. Emmanuel Oyier says:

    I want to assure Raila Odinga that he is destined to become the fourth president of Kenya. The hurdles on his way are however massive. The Central Kenya elite are already transferring voters to his Langata constituency. They are alleged to be buying voters cards from ODM supporters courtesy of Stanley Livondo. Am urging Raila supporters to be vigilant and prevent such gerrymandering schemes.
    Secondly, the issue of the orange symbol will make Raila lose a lot of votes. Some people will not differentiate between Kalonzos Orange and Raila’s orange. We may end up with councillors and Mps who are not in ODM being voted in as a result of the confusion. I urge Raila to instruct his lawyers to go to court to prevent anyone from using the orange symbol in any altered form.
    Emmanuel Oyier (UoN)

  6. Raphael Tanui says:

    Sir,
    I will be voting for you. I will give you my vote because I hope that you will dismantle the corruption networks that have turned millions of Kenyans into beggars. I will give you my vote hoping that despite the difficulties of tribal balancing that your government will need to stay in power, you will be daring enough to deal not only with the thieves who will be in the opposition, but those too, whose support for now is crucial for your election. Please be a one term president so that you can help our country ONCE and for all, without worrying about another election. Please be the savior our country yearns for. Please sir, LIBERATE our country from the thieves who control almost every sector of our economy! God bless you

  7. Kiprono says:

    They say everything has its own time. I want to believe that a time has came for Kenyan politics to take a new turn. I am a keen follower of Kenyan politics and lately I have come to a conclusion that Kenyans surely deserve a better governance. Unfortunately it the 21st c. and yet our politics is still reduced to merely tribalism, nepotism, over-reliance to key political figures and corruption just to mention a few. We’ve obviously missed the turn and taken a whole wrong direction, perhaps even tracked backwards. Surely, when are we gonna catch up with the rest of the world. Hon. Raila, I believe you have what it take to at least change the course. obviously I and the rest of the Kenyans do not expect miracles to just happen when you take over. But we do see you as an agent of change and of Hope for the new Kenya. Please do us the honor of bringing this dream into a reality to common mwananchi living without food, water, security, electricity and most importantly Education. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a Kenya where leaders are judged and appointed through credibility? ( I wont mention the likes of Kalembe..) How about replace the old guards with the young turks who possess new ideas ?(lets look at level of brain drain for a second) How about a new constitution? How about the Kenyans in diaspora, It would be nice if I voted and not be denied such chance because of mere distance. …Mr. Raila please turn this boat around… we haven’t caught any big fish (ngege type) not since the Mzungu left, only couple of Omena that don’t really cut it. Last but not least, lazima wezi warudishe pesa.

    Dan Kiprono, (Atlanta, Ga)

  8. As a young kenyan congraculate Raila for what he as shown to the people of kenya, Fear know one we young generation ready for young no matter what the old guards are saying, I trust and have hope that you will go by your vision.We need a president for the people ( poor kenyans) we have been cheated for long time, Mr Raila please as kenyans we have been darkness and this is the right time for us to see the light.It’s real painful………………..Any way GOD be with you.

  9. James Mikenye says:

    Amolo tinga,I strongly believe that you are this time going to be the fourth president of this country.What I can advice you on is to keep your promises to the faithful citizens of this country for they are looking up to you to liberate this country.Please dont isolate any body or any tribe once you get into that house on top of the hill.Whether a tribe votes for you or not,once you become the president of this country,you will be a president of forty two tribes.Make sure you be keen when making your appointmets.I wish you well tinga and as madam Charity said,We hope yo are going to be the second Mandela of Africa.

  10. nyabungu says:

    Congratulations Raila owad ga Akinyi.
    But the battle is just beginning.
    Now is the time to work out the logistics and strategies.
    My worry is the ODM and the ODM-K symbols confusing the wanainchi. Now is the time to keep educating the people and letting them know the difference “chungwa Mzima and chungwa moja na nusu” because this battle will be too close to call and we absolutely don’t want to lose the deciding votes to PNU due to a couple of voters inadvertently voting ODM-K instead of ODM. So keep spreading the message as well as educating.
    God Bless Tinga and God Bless Kenya.

    Nyabungu(Washington, DC)

  11. VICTOR OWINO AUMA says:

    hallo mheshimiwa
    i am student in Berlin Germany and i have been here since April this year.
    i really want to beseech you when you become the president to improve the railway network. You were here in Germany and you know the important role it plays, i know the financial implications are great but to be honest those traffic jams , matatu hiking their fares and other problems will only be solved by the use of a railway transport.
    i urge you to keep on with the struggle of the third liberation i am coming home to give my vote to change.
    the heavy tracks heading to central Africa are damaging our roads so badly and a good leader always leaves development that will be felt by the coming generations.
    I droped you a tip about your website earlier and now i still insist you have to make your website attractable in order to get the attention of the Computer literate in the country.
    Keep preaching the message of change and otherwise i have nothing more to say.
    Have a nice Kenyatta Day.
    Kwaheri.

  12. sir,
    Thank you for every effort that you and your team are making to ensure that the lives of Kenyans are worthwhile.
    please be assured that millions of Kenyans are watching over you to deliver them to the promised land.
    May your dream for the new Kenya be fulfilled.

  13. kokoyo says:

    hi agwambo,
    i wish you only know how you are out best hope for good country. don’t disappoint us like the NARC govt. i have been following you and attending your rallies after referrendum. i have attended your rallies in meru, mombasa, kisumu, nakuru and i just admire you. i did all these because i believed in you.

    i will vote for you. i just trust you like a banker’s cheques that will never bounce.
    kokoyo

  14. Jack Abuya , Addis Ababa says:

    we are with you. nothing will bwogo us. the flow of nile cannot be stopped. am coming with my vote to tell all my clansmen that this is the time for a new kenya the rest of the work is for you to take us to Cannan SIR

  15. ASUNDA says:

    Educate the common mwananchi waht you mean by MAJIMBO , break it down to them your meaning and dont let the PANUA people do this for the ODM. Simply they try to taint you and talk ill about you… go to each and every corner of KENYA and preach your vision to kamau, achieng, swaleh, kipruto… and the rest break it to them for safety assurance … the likes of Kombo, Kulundu, Shitanda and all those PNU croonies wont have anything to say negative if the people are informed.

    Information is power.. do not sit on it

  16. ikiara says:

    Raila, we are backing u and we believe you will make it. we the people of kenya need a leader who will be a servant of the people and understands the pains of over 50% kenyans who live below poverty line. we need a government that can protect its people from unfair international policies which kill the economy of a majority kenyans. All the best

  17. waggai says:

    Raila, it is an idea whose time has come and as they say no army is stronger than it. I urge you to please put the Majimbo issue in perspective in your campaign to ensure that your opponents do not prey on the misinformation about Majimbo to mislead and scare innocent Kenyans. If need be, let your stragists come up with a new and catchy way of explaining the devolution concept away from the word Majimbo. The evil is in the word Majimbo and not the concept of devolution.
    Besides, let us be assured that we will not have the big mana syndrome in your government.

  18. Ambula says:

    Its time for change, Hon. raila has fought so hard for the liberation of this country, he was detained without trial for fighting for the truth. Its time we voted for change and am sure ODM is going to win.

    Lets campaign for ODM and educate people so that they understand what majimbo is as opposed to PNU propaganda. Lets pray for the Pentagon team as they traverse the country in search of votes.

    Together we shall win

  19. Evans Nyambane says:

    Kenyans are ready for change. Its time we take the bull by the horns and give Raila a chance to take this country to the next level. Former president Moi is going round telling us not to vote for Raila but he should know that he is irrelevant and kenyans know what is good for them. We do not need an old man who misruled this country for 24 years to guide us.
    President Kibaki is telling not to choose untested leaders. My question is, what did kibaki achieve between 1963 and 1991 when he served in various powerful positions in government with someone else in state house? We were only able to see his record when he became president. We can only compare Raila and Kibaki in 2012 after 5 years of a Raila presidency. Good people who love this country should turn up in large numbers and vote for Raila. Raila take us where we want to be. God bless Kenya.

  20. meshack mwebi says:

    If all young Kenyans are as passionate as i am about the forth coming elections then there is something big brewing for this country. Like you put it Raila this animal is big, big enough to feed all Kenyans and then some. I crave all the news about your compaign, do not relent, follow them, follow them up hills and down valleys.. i am sure you will win with a land slide. I live in the U.S but will be coming home to cast my vote. When you win and deliver your promises i will be coming home for ever. Many Kenyans who live abroad will be coming home forever to develop our country where all are equal. Note njia ya muongo ni fupi, let them lie, the blessings will be yours. I am coming home, i am coming home to educate grandpa and grandma and all that need to know, i will translate my vote to 20 and so will my friends who are coming with me, we want to get the animal we want the animal for all Kenyans including central province. God bless you

  21. Peter says:

    Mr Raila one thing you have forget all through your campaigns workers in the private sector, their poor working condition and pay.
    I feel very bad when a company making a huge profit but fail to pay well it’s employees we need you to help come up with a law like the Tanzania’s government to set up salary scales for emplacement in the private sector and make sure the employers implement.
    i am sure you are aware of this problems faced by kenyans
    but please when you win the elections do not forget the promises you have made be a servant and a leader to us.
    Ensure all Kenyans are protected by law kill the bad constitution and give us an equal one

    not like the one we have now
    ya wanyama wote ni sawa lakini kuna wengine sawa kushinda wengine

  22. Dear Raila and Fellow Voters,

    Let Raila prevail. Let us turn out in large numbers on the historic day and elect our own hybrid of Nyerere and Mandela. As I am currently arguing in regional fora eg http://www.jamboforums.com, Raila is good not just for Kenya but for East Africa too.

    Raila, if you will have the chance to read this mail, consolidate the Bungoma vote. You already have the other Luhya votes. Campaign in Bungoma as if it was the last thing you had to do on earth. The youths and the women are behind you but it must be a two-way affair. Show them that you acknowledge the break they are making from Ford-Kenya’s hegemony by making them the centre of your campaign focus in Bungoma and its Diasporas.

    I wish you well and worry less about the fortnlightly Steadman report. Focus and Perspective is what you need now.

    Go go go.

    JKS Makokha

  23. tony says:

    The timing is right, the mood is right, this is the change that we have been waiting for, i believe with all the determination and hard work nothing is going to go wrong this time.go for it and get us out of all these false starts .we have had before

  24. sylas damao says:

    nobody knows kanya like you do sir keep it up we watchin you keenly count on ma vote buda

  25. Paul Omolo Akech says:

    Hello Eng. Amolo,

    I think and as it can be read from the face of many Kenyans, It is indeed time for change. We know and are aware that there are so many dirty prapagandas going about and around which is involving even the Church but be rest assured sir that the mass on the ground are with you. The most sad thing is that the people who are against your gospel for change are from the same region be it those in the government or those in the church. What I would like your campaing team to delve in are the Arturs brothers Issue, Anglo Leasing, Mou in 2002, Goldenberg Commission,Mungiki, The Congestion in the City, and many other anomalies that are/is experienced in the current regime. Let ODM supporters and all Kenyans be constantly reminded of the lies of PNU these people want to take Kenya for a ride. Let Kenyans know that the Steadman polls are very healthy for us because the latest developements are just ment to marktime our opponents so ODM brigade should keep vigilance and make sure that out of the 14+ million votes we should ganner atleast 9+million votes and the rest if shared among the competitors no big deal. We want change, we are suffering because of the relaxed rule of Law, in the private sector there is completely no law that governs employees and employers we are being used like beasts of burden we dont have any “sauiti” please we believe in one accord that this is the time for change and let Raila live, long live raila.

    Thank you and we are looking forward for a Kenya where Housing, Employement, Transport, and the common basic and compulsury commodities are reachable, affordable and fairly distributed to all. We are tired of Landlords who hike rental rates every other day but May the Good Lord grant us peace, truth, and triumph over these belives of injustice, crime, corruption, and Lies.

    God Bless ODM
    God Bless Raila,
    God Bless Pentagon Team,
    God Bless ODM suppoters
    Amen

    Paul Akech

  26. People’s president My president
    As a young Kenyan i congratulate Raila for what he as shown to the people of Kenya, Fear not one,we young generation ready for your leadership no matter what the old guards say, I trust and have hope that you will go by your vision.We need a president for the people ( poor Kenyans) we have been cheated for long time, Mr Raila please as Kenyans have been in darkness for many years and this is the right time for us to see the light.It’s really painful………and may God bless your campaign as you go for change.

  27. Nonkwe Nyaima Manyanki says:

    Kenyans who have lived on this earth know what Raila has done to bring us to where we are today. When Kibaki was unable/afraid to cut the Mugumo tree with a razor, Agwambo was gnawing at the Mugumo roots from detention!
    Agwambo tilled the land, sprinkled the seeds and actually harvested but was locked out when the food was on the table!
    With honour Agwambo let them lock themselves in to eat. In the meantime the whole country watched in awe. They congregated around Agwambo to say ‘pole’. They realised they had the ‘kura’ and promised to reverse the scenario.
    This is the time: IT’S SHOW TIME!
    For those who were there then, did you hear on VOK that Kibaki as a VP ever did anything outside Othaya? My late Dad [I miss him so] used to call him the Othaya VP.
    I think we are wrong to expect much from him. He is too much of a Mumbi descendant!
    Gachoka , Mumbi Ngaru, KJ, Joe Nyaga, Kajairo etc, you have a task to teach these people. Go slowly though, for a wounded beast is dangerous!

  28. Albert Odhiambo says:

    Hey,
    All that’s flying is critics and we are sure that Tinga is our President…Congrats Raila for saving Kenyans.
    Cheers as we vote you in!
    Albert

  29. elizabeth ajode says:

    Hey,
    You have fought a good fight, reap what you have sown. it is your time now
    Go Raila
    Go ODM
    GO Pentagon

  30. ZAMOYONI says:

    Hi All,
    Its time that a Kenyans with good thinking and reasoning surport Raila. Lets not think of him as a Luo rather we should think of him as a Kenya. Those of us who are saying that, we can’t trust him and that he can’t be a good president are naive. We did know how Kibaki would be, but we gave him the votes, unfortnately he has not stopped the many vices that has inflicted Kenya. Let’s change for the better, he Raila can’t deliever on his promises, after five years we kick him out, as simple as that.

    Bob Philadelphia

  31. for sure congrats Eng.Odinga for showing kenyans that we actually need tranparency accountability and more so real chage in our beloved country.most of us(kenyans)have really suffered under the rule of the so called thae chosen few under the the common motto”nitafuata nyayo”with massive diplacement replacement and retrenchment of lots of innocent kenyans followed by massive appointment of people from a single tribe.this is indeed touching a needs alot of concern.i dont tend to be tribalistic but anyway whats is a “tribe”by defination if i may ask?who does kenya belong to? go for it Mr. Raila.you already have the upper hand all u need is just confimation and been sworn in.you belong to the prestigious place,the place admired by many. THE STATE HOUSE. GOD BE WITH YOU.

  32. odoyo oriri says:

    ATTACK ON DICK MORRIS IS HYPOCRITICAL, UNWARRANTED AND EMBARRASING.

    I find the behavior offensive and embarrassing watching the President of Kenya Hon. Kibaki & his allies attacking a civilian American whose crime in Kenya was to do consulting work for ODM. Mr. Morris has the right to be the ODM political consultant and should be accorded respectful treatment and protection under the laws of Kenya. Britain and other countries used his services of running campaigns in spite of their knowledge of his sin with a woman. I wonder what would happen in Kenya if our leaders are subjected to same moral laws especially extramarital affair as a litmus test for public office which some countries do . The un-orthodox and cheap methods used by PNU and the President to demonize Raila and ODM by questioning and unfairly casting doubt on his judgment and integrity is evil and heartbreaking and must stop.

    I am surprised at the length some people can go to assassinate one another character. There is an email circulating around the globe online, the message is Kenyans must stop following Raila. He is not a Christian and bent to destroy Kenya using Muslims. The email targets Christians to pray against Raila campaign because his is a danger to the country’s progress. The email was sent to some members of my church including my wife. How low can we go! It breaks my heart hear Raila being referred to as a devil worshipper simply because he is running for the office of the presidency. What happened to the Raila “the warrior”—-not long ago the Kikuyus had referred to as ‘warrior’ (njama) while in central province. I trust those voices will rise again and shame these negative voices of from PNU.

    Mr. President, before you throw the first stone on Morris or anyone as ask yourself, how many times have I or my cabinet members left the country to attend medical treatment in Britain or other counties when I know that Kenya has excellent doctors? Some of those PNU casting stones at Raila & ODM are frequently fly out of the country to purchase items that can be bought locally and cheaply including yourself sir.

    Dick Morris is a professional with international experience in running elections campaigns. He is not taking any funds from Kenya and it would have been nice for PNU to take this as a challenge in competitive political run.
    Before attacking innocent man, could ministers Tuju or Michuki explain to Kenyans about the Armenians consultants (Artus & bro.)? Mr. President we are praying for a peaceful and civil election where all Kenyans become winners. Minister Kimunya tell us something about Kibaki government financial scandals by name anglo leasing in my recollection foreigners were involved

    Odoyo Oriri (psychologist & Minister)
    The Senior Pastor of Heights Fellowship Church &
    CEO of ACA Incorporated

    CLEVELAND OHIO

  33. jesse says:

    Honorable Raila,
    You are responsible for setting the threshold of Kenya’s expectation of you, ODM and the future of this country.
    Consequently and arising out of this; all Kenyans expected nothing short of highest measure of integrity, equity,process precision, justice and decorum
    in the way ODM ought to have conducted their nominations.
    What came out was the exact opposiste of this…as confirmed by the pentagon – (strategically) in your absence.

    I dont want to believe that Chaos and fiasco that characterized ODM nominations are suggestive of the fact that ODM does not have the will, the power, the character and discipline requisite in delivering the kind of government, governance and thrift that you have been promising us.

    HON. president RAILA don’t pass it to the PENTAGON, don’t blame it on KWACH and his team. The buck rests with you…to use your own words.Come out in the open and take responsibility over the fiasco that bedeviled our nominations. You knew the magnitude of the entire process, you knew the intensity of involvement, you perfectly knew the stakes involved in the ODM nominations and you had the time, the money and the people to do a “standard JOB”- yet you chose the way of laxity,complacence and assumption synonymous with KANU.

    Finally – you personally hand picked your own “people” – KWACH,NYONG’O and GUMBE” to overseer the every bit of the process.You goofed and you should take responsibility as a Statesman and STANDARD BEARER of Justice,truth and reconciliation.

    Its no doubt that as RAILA you deserve to be our next president just as much as deserve a justly elected TEAM. The people you have chosen to surround yourself with (KHANIRI,NDOLO,KAJWANG,MARENDE,KAJEMBE, JAKOYO) do not fit the bill.Why? They did not and will not win any Free and Fair contest in their own backyards.

    RAILA you have made us believe in you, we have a savior, in ODM we have salvation. You just have to perform.You can do it, go ahead and do it. You are not yet there, but you have to be there. WORK,WORK,WORK HARD.WORK SMART AND WORK FAIRLY.

    JEsse
    NB
    Ask your people at both Orange and OOF bases (especially Nyong’o) to be alot more humble and considerate.Listen More and talk less – and even in the few words be more considerate and less domineering.

  34. All ODM supporters are Reformists because they support and conform with the reformists while analysing and rating the non reformers who gain from the hard earned sweat of true and real reforms so ITS TIME FOR REAL CHANGE.
    Raila Amolo Odinga OUR CAPTAIN is with no doubt worth being the next president of our country Kenya a fact which no man with the least minimal conscience and sound mind devoid of prejudice and tribalism and having transendental capability can doubt. Imagine guys the struggle that THE PEOPLES PRESIDENT has gone through even long before the 1990s to bring multy-partysm in Kenya. All these time the ones who now brace themselves as reformers are known and famed with the quote aimed at discouraging multiparty politics in the land that TO INTRODUCE MULTIPARTISM IN KENYA (READ DEFEAT KANU) IS LIKE TRYING TO CUT A MUGUMO TREE USING A RAZOR BLADE. offcourse through the forces of brave democrats and reformers like Agwambo, multipartism became a reality. Thanks to these changes, this guy now enjoys to seat on the highest seat of the land which he got through the hard work of Agwambo crisscrossing the entire country campaigning for him after declaring KIBAKI TOSHA. With out a word of appreciation Immediately after swearing in these guys formed their clique and turned their back against those who fought for them to get to those seats ” what else can´t tribalism do to Kenya other than what we experienced from March 2003 till now. Thanks to Agwambo´s declaration KIBAKI TOSHA, some of us travelled thousands of kilometres to come home and vote in Kibaki and Narc three piece without even butting an eyelead and wanting to know those names of Parliamentary and Civic candidates that appeared on the ballot papers with the anxiety of getting reforms which never was.
    Infact this time round whatever campaign PNU and Kibaki mounts, they are doomed to flop, I don´t think people can still believe on those promises made by him after what transpired between him and Kenyans on the NEW CONSTITUTION, MOU and others such as 500,000 jobs which make the list endless. If that happens, then I will say that Kenyans are contented with poverty, diseases, ignorance and corruption that if not put to check, could make the country nose dive more thus burrying itself to the same.
    After reading the ODM MANIFESTO and knowing what DEVOLUTION OF POWER and RESOURCES has done to jumpstart besides skyrocketing other economies in the world which were considered third world as Kenya is currently categorised, despite all the resources and capabilities (brains) at home, Iam even more convinced that after swearing in of Agwambo, we are headed for a very clean and bright future. With infrastructure, employment and new constitution(Bomas draft) fronting devolution being top priority no one can doubt that we are making it to greater heights of the worlds fastest growing economies come mid next year, don´t forget that Raila has also promised to make Mombasa a freeport like Dubai. Imagine who will benefit the most from this? The answer is obviously the kikuyus since they are the richest community in Kenya besides being blessed with the art of doing business yet they are the ones who least support the reforms which are yet to be brought by Agwambo. PLEASE guys open your eyes, stay awake and come out from the dungeons of darkness its time to taste the difference remember the famous writer who said “A MAN MUST NOT DRY WHERE HE HAS BATHED”.

    Agwambo is THE WAY AND THE FUTURE OF KENYA. DILLIGENT COURAGEOUS, PRUDENT AND DETERMINED MAN, WE ARE COMING BACK HOME TO VOTE FOR YOU. We cannot wait to join in the December 30th winning celebration. GO FOR IT AND OIL YOUR CAMPAIGN MACHINERY SIR even more.

    Apart from ODM meaning ORANGE DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT, we ardent and diehard supporters believe it could also be cristened, ODINGA is a DEMOCRATIC MAN, DILLIGENT MAN, DEVELOPMENT CONSCIOUS MAN, DEVOLUTION and flexible MINDED MAN, DETERMINED MAN……………I find it too hard to end the list.

    CHEERS AND SEE YOU DEC 27TH AND OFFCOURSE DEC 30TH FOR THAT BIG DAY.

  35. Galgallo says:

    I am absolutely sure that the time has come Raila Amolo Odinga to lead Kenya.

    This is the first time in Kenyan history that a leader is supported by all the kenyan communities. This is the kenya that we have always dreamed to have.

    Tinga, you are the man! They see a jaluo but we see a perfect leader who can represent all of us, Kenyans.

    Keep it up! We are right behind you

  36. Galgallo says:

    Thank you. God Bless Kenya.

  37. we are in this together…let all kenyans of clean conscience volunteer time and resources to have Raila as the president by the 28th of December, 2007! I give my all!

  38. Based on issues, I fully support your quest for the presidency. Kenyans have for long been an oppressed lot owing to the caste based and unequal subsequent regimes we have had since independence. It is the hope of kenyans that you will implement the change you have consistently fought and suffered for aover the years.

    We look forward to a lean government that that represents the face of kenya and based on nothing but merit and integrity.

    I equally support the Mjimbo sstem of government for the numerous opportunities it will pose for ordinary kenyans especially the unemployed youth of this country. However I wish you started imlementing this majimbo right from your secretariat. There are justified fears that most of the people sorrounding you especially in key positions in the secretariat happen to come from Luo Nyanza. Equally are the fears that most of your security detail comprises of the 1982 soldiers.

    Kindly Mr. President get back to me and reassure me that you stand for a united kenya with equal opportunities. all the best.

  39. charles says:

    Tuka pamoja Mbuyu………………Sir God has already chosen you to lead us to the promised land.

  40. misuko Nyaribo says:

    Raila
    Truely you are a democratic kenyan son who has been fighting for the children of this country fo a long long time. You have sacrificed to bring change in this country. You had to put your life in danger for the sake of this country.
    We are behind you for the forthcomming election. We will support you to end of this journey so tha this country will move foward.
    Your vision for this country is good and we give you all the support and come january we will be proud walking tall shoulder high since we will be having a president of the people of kenya
    God Bless Kenya God Bless Raila!!!!

  41. Rufus Kea says:

    Big brother Raila,

    You have been on the forefront to championing for a better Kenya.

    We believe you will deliver the change we Kenyans have yearned for years and are fully behind you in your bid for the top mos job as the fourth preident of this republic. Keep up the fight, we are already there.

    God bless you in all your efforts for the final liberation.
    God bless Kenya.

  42. As a Kenyan leaving abroad, it pleases me to say that TINGA enjoys enormous support from Kenyans in the diaspora who have been equally ‘marginalized’ by the kibaki regime. One issue that must be discussed by the Raila-Mudavadi led government is that of ‘dual citizenship’. Revenue from the diaspora that is injected into the kenya’s economy is by far the largest ‘foreign exchange earner’ today. The only way to ensure an improved diaspora funding base and contribution to Kenya’s economic development is by creating conducive humanitarian space and tackling the
    issue of ‘dual citizenship’ head on. As we continue to mobilise resources to support Raila 07 campaign, we wish also to remind the ODM ‘politburo’ team in Kenya not to forget millions of Kenyans in the diaspora – especially when we have achieved our GOAL. Celebrating Presidency!

  43. tony Wanyama says:

    uys incharge of Propaganda at Orange house should release a counter move to PNU latest clip showing raila attacking mudavadi for being the signatory to goldenberg..its really doing alot of damage..they shuld release a clip maybe of kibaki saying Kanu is full of corruption and dead in the water(2002) and then few moths back he is attending a kanu conference and waving the 1 finger salute..and ask CAN THIS MAN BE TRUSTED?OR ITS OLD AGE?..Please move into action fast…Please please

  44. mwikali aron says:

    Hi Kenyans! please vote for the REAL CHANGE this time round. In 2002, we voted for change but little did we know!! We need somebody whom we can entrust with our beautiful country. Lets vote RAILA AMOLO ODINGA on 27th Dec. I echo my sister charity kaluki ngilu that in Raila, we see the second mandela of africa. God bless and protect us as we wait for the D DAY!

    RAILA go go go go!

  45. mwikali aron says:

    Thanks and be blessed!

  46. mwamz says:

    no one can match your achievement and more so to say,others are shamelesly proud of work done by your contribution.
    they are no where to be read in the long history of struggle for the second liberation. go go go go no obstackle.

  47. Godfrey Omole says:

    Bravo Hon Raila,

    You have fought a good fight for liberation of all kenyans. This to assure you of my prayers and support in every way I can to contribute to your victory come December 27, 2007. Your victory is victory for all Kenyans.

    My God bless you as we all look for your dream for a better kenya.

    Cheers

    Godfrey

  48. mike says:

    we wont stop now

  49. Abdulrahman Sheriff says:

    We are to vote you as our President, hoping you will serve Kenyans with dedication. Please note that we, the commonmen are suffering sababu ya vyakula juu! Please start your new job after Decenmber 27 in making sure poormen can eat three times a day! Odinga is our man and we will vote you come December 27.

  50. amani says:

    HONURABLE RAILA ODINGA……
    I get so amused at how people forget so fast…though i was a kid but i recall it was you that paved the way…broke the barriers…took the sacrifice….to cut the long story short you contributed greatly into the existence of multipartysm,which is now being enjoyed broadly in Kenya.I think it’s time you occupied the seat you fought for…………..KARIBU MHESHIMIWA….HATA KILE KINYUMBA KIKUBWA KIZEE …..NI YAKO BABA………WE LOVE YOU PLEASE MAKE KENYA A BETTER PLACE.

  51. amani says:

    GOD BLESS OUR PRESIDENT…RAILA ODINGA….MAY GOD GIVE YOU WISDOM TO RULE OUR COUNTRY.

  52. Yego says:

    I will always quote Esther Pasaris”i can leave my two kids with Raila and go anywhere and i know they will be ok”

  53. timothy oyawa says:

    hon amollo tinga i want to remind you that this time its god given for you trust ingod you will reach the goal wan bang’i okeu alego.read from the book of isaiah 41:10,13.hebrews 12:14,15.may god bless you in your victory amean.

  54. George says:

    It would be nice if Raila’s site had a contact email for thos that want to email comments/suggestions/strategies that can be forwarded to Raila and his leadership team. I hope somebody with an ear to Raila is reading this.

    George

  55. beatrice siranga-gayle says:

    Who can match the WITT,TACT ,CHARISMA and POLITICAL GENIUS that is RAILA AMOLO ODINGA.Great mobilizer,human resourses powerhouse.A man of the people.
    (if only i was a songwritter or a poet?)

    SIR,your persona and capabilities is unrivaled by anyone in the country!

    Your presidency is comparable to a bride walking down the aile to meet her beloved groom,perfect in her eyesight.Future oh so bright.

    Never have i been so politically exhillerated…… . . . . . . . . . I know my GROOM will not disappoint.

    your time has come .NO ONE CAN STOP IT. YOU WILL WIN!

  56. OPADO says:

    AGWAMBO GET TO KNOW THAT I WAS IN MOMBASA DURING KISAUNI BY ELECTION.WHEN LDP WAS AT SHANZU PAUL MUITE WERE AT PASTOR LIA
    CHURCH WITH WE MEN FROM NAIROBI AND THEY MADE DOOR TO DOOR CAMPAIGN.I HOPE YOU REMEBER THE RESULT EVEN IF RIGGING WAS APART OF THE GAME.GET TO KNOW THATKIBAKI HAS OFFERED AUTOMATIC SEATS TO UHURU MUITE MUCHUKI KARUA KIRIATU SO THAT THEY CAN SPOIL
    SOME OF YOU CHANCES IN PLACE LIKE MOMBASA.MOMBASA HOTEL WORKERS CAN LIKE TO HEAR PRESIDENT SPEAKING OF THEIR SOCIAL LIFE
    LIKE BEING EMPLOYED PERMANENT,CHECKING TO THEIR EARNING POWER
    WARNING THE HOTEL OWNER THAT ARE THERE TO EXPLOIT THE LABOUR FOR FREE.THEY LIKE TO HEAR THE STATEMENT OF THE LATE MAITHA LIKE THE TIME SLAVERY ARE GO AND KENYAN CAN LIKE TO EARN FROM THEIR OWN
    LABOUR .ITS SAMEFULL TO SAVE THE RICH FOR FREE BECAUSE YOU ARE
    WORKING FOR RUEDIN AFRIEND OF MOI.UHURU IS PAYING A CHEF 4000KSHS.
    HOW CAN AMAN BUY A CLOTH? AND THE START TO WORK VERY EARLY IN THE MORNING TO MORNIG AND THE CHEF DEPENDS ON TIPS?MOMBASA SHOULD
    HAVE SCHOOL HOTELIER BECAUSE MAJORITY OF COAST PEOPLE DONT LIKE TO TO UTALI ITS COLD OVER THERE AND THEY HAVE TO BUDGET FOR THINGS THEY NEVER NEED.TELL BEACH OPERATORS THAT THEYSHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO ALL BEACHES AND HOTELS FOR THE TIME FOR DISCRIMINATION SHALL GO WITH KIBAKI.ALL KENYAN MUST LOVE ONE ANOTHER AND ALL TRIBES ARE EQUAL MEANS THE RICH AND THE POOR.IF ITS WHITE MAN DENYING US THE CHANCE TO ENTER HIS HOTEL WE SHALL TELL HIM TO IT TO EUROPE.POLICE HARASSMENT TO THE PUBLIC MUST STOP.
    CHIEF AND COUNCILLORS MUST JOIN HAND TO ASSIST ALL KENYANS TO KNOW THE OWN RIGHTS.NO BODY FROM PRESIDENT TO BABY IS ALLOWED BY THE LAW OF THE LAND TO BEAT.POLICE OF THE POLICE SHOULD BE PUT IN PLACE INTHE BIG CITIES.POLICE MUST HAVE ACHOICE ALCOHOL DRINKING OR RESIGN. DRIVER THE SHAME.FISHMEN THE SHAME LUO THE SHAME. LUO
    ARE NOT SMOKING SO THEY SHOULD STOP DRINKING BEER-opado

  57. beatrice siranga-gayle says:

    To deny kenyans of such a leader,a president of this calibre is a blatant
    HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION!

  58. james wambua mutuse says:

    Mr. raila, I am glad that you have been preparing for this race competently and tirelessly, however, I have read and watched most of your campaign trail promises to kenyas, why is it that at the end of the day you sound to have some dislike of the kikuyu’s and stimulate tribal tensison among various communities in the name of previous governments had neglected them and thus you would do them a favor(!)
    what will you do to ensure that everyone including the kalenjins and the kikuyus will not be neglected by your government?
    mzee jomo kenyatta neglected the luos for along time, what will you do to compensate for that time lost in the development projects in the nyanza province?

  59. Qollo says:

    Mr. President,

    I want to salute you and above all to let you know that you are not only my president but also my hero. You are a GREAT son of Africa. May the Lord bless you so much and help you keep the vision that you have for this GREAT nation.
    You have my vote come 27th December 2007.

  60. Edward says:

    Agwambo,

    I have been your secret admirer for a long period of time. I have hated corruption and tribalism going on in Kenya and now hope that all these will be gone forever under your government. First, please work on giving us a new constitution which we have yawned for for a long. We Kenyans are willing to give you the support necessary to achieve the dream of a better Kenya. May everyone be given equal opportunities to advance their dreams whether you are whte or black, poor or rich.

  61. Philip says:

    Mr. President;
    Your interview on KTN yesterday was excellent. You know what puts you ahead of them all? You speak from your heart, you stand for the truth and I believe Kenyans will never regret choosing you as their president. By the way, please keep in touch with Kenyans even after your victory because you are the Peoples president.

  62. pabokenya says:

    if kenyans were to choose today, they were to choose tommorow their choice will be Agwambo. from ple i have talked to since i arrived, more than 90% say they will vote agwambo.
    but then the 10% that did not want to vote for him cited tribal leaning as the reason, so i can tell u, just ask anybody at random walking, they will be very sure that u wonder where do these panua ple have the courage to declare that they will win.
    even in kibaki tena website raila is at 46% and kibaki at 43%,
    so what can that tells u?
    ple running after kibaki are there for his money.

  63. Daniela Mueni Mumo says:

    Hon. Raila i’m so eager to see you announced as Mr.President next weekend u’d think i’m the one running 4 the top seat.Hon. Raila u r the ONLY presidential candidate with the guts to transform this country and give all Kenyans maisha bora.Youre supporters come from ALL corners of this country unlike those of others who mostly come from 1 region/jimbo.God Bless u na Kazi Ianze Sasa!

  64. FOX says:

    There is a plan to arrrest as many youths as possible in Homa-Bay and then release then on the 28th just after the elections.This has neen confimed by several of my AP and police friends who confess that their boss OCS has given them such and order.Please find a way of warning all youths in ODM strong holds to stay in the house as from today until after elections.We would like to see how sesparate they shall be to arrest people from their living rooms.Thax

  65. ago raphael says:

    all i shall say about you none can tell but all that i can say is that i wish you well,i wish you above the presidencial seat both bodily and spiritual health ,iwish you malice for none and charity for all.go ahead mr.president and rekindle the flame of hope, the hope i had in korogocho during my primary education.arise for your time tobr crowned has come -raphael ago

  66. Aress says:

    Mheshimiwa Raila ! You are the winner i already declare this.

    I know you are one of the most sober politicians we have in kenya.No grudges..hata kama wame ku-detain…you forgave them.

    In 2002 when Narc took over they wanted to tear apart Nyayo lakini you intervened..why?Because you dont believe in POLITICS OF REVENGE.

    Keep it up !

    VOTE RAILA ODINGA !

    VOTE ODM !

  67. otieno ab says:

    THIS IS FOR RAO

    Go for it. Leadership is annointed by Godand Gods time is best. The time is now.

    Yu said it kama nabii that it will be a two horse race.Ford Kenya has proven to be a donkey and so is others.Kinyonga has also transformed into a likeness of a horse , maybe a mule.Fortunately kenyans are too discerning to be deceived by mamluki apologists.

    Yu have the best credentials, energy and resolve to begin the work. We the youth have waited for 43 years to determine our destiny,start the work and now is the time.

    Did i hear KAZI IANZE loud enough. I am certain that like SKat helm of ECK even he as a lone voice in the wilderness you are more than determined to leave a LEGACY for all of US kenyans to follow.

    Kenyan history will one day be re written to state clearly who cheated kenyans of their hard fought freedom. Economic, social, politicaletc

    LONG LIVE RAO. MAY YOUR DREAMS FOR KENYA BE REALISED IN OUR LIFETIME.

  68. Mohamed says:

    waiting for the moment.

    And this years’ election winner for (2007-2012) is???????

    H.E the president of the republic of kenya.Hon: Raila Amolo Odinga .

  69. OSMAN says:

    Raila and the pentagon :-

    note the following points.

    -Alert all the diplomats to check closely for the elections.
    -Advice everyone in the ODM coordinating team nationwide to watch closely on the voting trends and report any irregularity immediately.
    -Let us have youth elections monitors nationwide immediately

  70. Bernard says:

    what is the email address for pentagon/ chungwa house

  71. Joseph Situma says:

    A new day has finally dawned where all our hope dreams and ambitions can be laid upon one man who will deliever us from tribalism,bad governance and bring an end to corruption keep up the good work and may God bless you happy holidays and prosperous 2008 the future is Orange

  72. Ambassador Oscar says:

    NO NEED TO WASTE TIME:

    Today is 31st Dec 2007 and every reason to start the new year with a new government. As a Kenyan Artists Ambassador in the UAE, I dont really mind if President Raila Amollo Odinga could name his cabinates today so as to give Kenyans the government they voted for.

    There is no need to fear, fear has got no place in leadership. There is nothing Kibaki will do. Kibaki cannot kill you! if you decide today to form your government, you will be shocked that even the ENTIRE FORCES (ARMED FORCES) will be on your side.

    It is now or never. You have proved to Kenyans that you are the best. You are the only one who can make Kenya the Kenya we have always wanted. The Kenya where democracy and peace is the order of the day. A kenya where there is No corruption, increased investment, better healthcare and security and a new constitution.

    We need you and we believe that you can bring a total and complete change in the republic of Kenya. I may die in the process BUT even in 1963 before Kenya gained its independent, many people died and many WILL DIE IN THE FINAL LIBERATION of KENYA! Even at the coming of Jesus, many more will die.

    Hon Odinga, please do not tell Kenyans that you are a cowad by leting Kibaki take the leadership that we have given you by force. The Bible says the following:
    “”As these men were going away, Jesus began to speak to the crowds about John, “What did you go out into the wilderness to see? A reed shaken by the wind? But what did you go out to see? A man dressed in soft clothing? Those who wear soft clothing are in kings’ palaces! But what did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I tell you, and one who is more than a prophet. This is the one about whom it is written,

    ‘BEHOLD, I SEND MY MESSENGER AHEAD OF YOU, WHO WILL PREPARE YOUR WAY BEFORE YOU.’

    Truly I say to you, among those born of women there has not arisen anyone greater than John the Baptist! Yet the one who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he. From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and violent men take it by force. For all the prophets and the Law prophesied until John. And if you are willing to accept it, John himself is Elijah who was to come. He who has ears to hear, let him hear. But to what shall I compare this generation? It is like children sitting in the market places, who call out to the other children, and say, ‘We played the flute for you, and you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not mourn.’ For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, ‘He has a demon!’ The Son of Man came eating and drinking, and they say, ‘Behold, a gluttonous man and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!’ Yet wisdom is vindicated by her deeds.”

    The Kingdom of God suffers violence and the “RIGHT” taketh it by force!! Sir, We have no option. If you get to read this letter today, we are ready to support you with any means. Once you take it, strive for peace as soon as possible.

    Listen to this again: Jesus talking in Mathew 11:16-19 said; “But to what shall I compare this generation? It is like children sitting in the market places, who call out to the other children, and say, ‘We played the flute for you, and you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not mourn.”

    My question is this: Did you go coutrywide to collect difeat? NO WAY!!! You must prove to us that you can fight the war. if Uganda attack us, you will defend us. if Tanzania attack us UAE will attack them if Somalia attack us, USA will attack them. You are the only one who can save the situation in Kenya. Don think Kenya will be at peace..NO NEVER. Till you take over.

    I WANT TO ASSURE YOU THAT YOU HAVE MORE SUPPORT FROM ALL THE CORNERS OF THE WORLD. WE ARE AND WILL BE WITH YOU. JUST TELL US THAT YOU ARE IN CONTROL. WE HAVE NO OPTION BUT TO DIE FOR OUR NATION. BUTTO DID AND AM READY.

    SO FAR, IT IS YOU WE ARE WAITING FOR, LEAD US, TELL US WHAT NEXT. IF YOU WANT TO GET MY TELEPHONE CONTACT, MAMA IDAH HAS IT.

  73. Rafiki says:

    Please sit and find a smart way to over come the crooked ways of Kibaki and his power hungry cronnies. Please don’t give them a chance to arrest you and finish you like they did Rubia and Matiba. The people need you.

  74. Once pent up tribal passions are ignited it will be a while before the genie in put back in the bottle. Lets proceed prudently. The presidency is ours to lose. With patience and smarts you will rule with a majority in parliament to enact transformative changes.

  75. Dan says:

    Your Excellency.

    It is with great honor that I congratulate you on your victory.

    It is with great interest that I noted the yellow cordorn tape that the police used to barricade the ECK secretariat at the KICC read, ‘CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS’

    Aluta Continua

  76. Arigy says:

    Hon Raila.
    we saw paramilitary being used to rob as our victory,my advice to you is that if we cant justice peacefully then tell us what do now because we are ready for anything.usi ogope.

  77. james onduso says:

    i wonder if the nomination give to ODM-K is not a bribe! this was supposed to go to Safina…… ECK is evil….ECK is not different fro the government………..Kenyans we are dying……… our voices….votes will never be heard.we are ready to die for change, freedom and democracy.

  78. Abed Kyalo says:

    Hon. Raila, stand strong advocate for peace, Love & Unity. You are my guy.
    Abed, USA

  79. Truth Hurts says:

    RAILA,

    LONG LIVE, THE PEOPLES PRESIDENT

    THE BATTLE HAS JUST BEGUN BUT DONT TIRE,TRUE WARRIORS NEVER QUIT.

    ONE DAY YOU SHALL SIT ON THE THRONE AND DELIVER KENYA OUT OF THIS MADNESS.

    JUST GET YOUR TACTICS RIGHT.YOU WON AND THAT IS THE TRUTH.

  80. Mike Okello says:

    Hon Raila,

    You have a following of more than 4Million Kenyans today. What you do from now on, determines whether this number will increase or reduce. You will one day rule this Nation, The options are all in your hands.

    You have made your name in the past. your attributes are very clear world over. Build on your name, Many hearts are yearning for your leadership. You can not afford to give up now. No matter how discouraged you might feel, do not allow yourself to be led to conduct yourself in a manner that would discredit the name you have built painfully for many years.

    You have led numbers towards victory before, now lead them towards PEACE.

    And rest assured, Vengeance belongs to OUR God, THE CREATOR OF HEAVEN AND EARTH.

    The Lord Bless You.

  81. TURNCOAT says:

    Correction mike. its 5 million voters. which translates to 60 percent of the kenyan voters. The average family size in kenya is 4.33. multipled this comes to 18 million kenyans and still counting.

  82. kenyaturncoat@gmail.com says:

    YOUR EXCELLENCY,
    SEEING YOU STAND THERE WITH ANAN AND KIBAKI DURING THE PRESS CONFERENCE. AN EPISODE OF ALMOST TWO THOUSAND YEARS WAS. IF ANAN BE PONTIUS PILATE, THEN KIBAKI WAS BARNABAS………….ONLY THIS TIME YOU MUST NOT BE CRUCIFIED FOR HIS SINS. THERE WILL ONLY BE TWO THIEVES IN MOUNT GOLGOTHA, KIVUITU AND MWAI WA KIBAKI

  83. kenyaturncoat@gmail.com says:

    YOUR EXCELLENCY,
    SEEING YOU STAND THERE WITH ANAN AND KIBAKI DURING THE PRESS CONFERENCE. AN EPISODE OF ALMOST TWO THOUSAND YEARS WAS RE-ENACTED. IF ANAN BE PONTIUS PILATE, THEN KIBAKI WAS BARNABAS………….ONLY THIS TIME YOU MUST NOT BE CRUCIFIED FOR HIS SINS. THERE WILL ONLY BE TWO THIEVES IN MOUNT GOLGOTHA, KIVUITU AND MWAI WA KIBAKI

  84. vinny says:

    Hi AGWAMBO??
    AM A GREAT FUN OF ODM BCOZ OF YOU AND RUTO,kindly follow our hearts do tire to search for justice,but one thing that thou shall not do is to enter an alliance with this devil called kibaki,better marshall your troops to the opposition and look for the future,the devil will not resign,but tutaandamana mpaka late.
    ama tupe BUNDEE.

  85. Your excellency, many of us believe you legitimately won the elections and will soldier on with you to the very end of this madness. You however need to assure the many of us that peace will be the first priority in the quest for justice. If Annan thus be Pilate, then as a leader you need to sacrifice yourself for the greater good of this country. As one faithful said, we are soldiers in the quest for democracy and liberation from dominance by Kibaki and his croonies, an acceptable loss will have to be suffered to win this war. You have the major cards here and only a fool will negotiate with the thief for a refund for stolen goods. LONG LIVE RAILA AMOLO ODINGA.

  86. TURNCOAT says:

    Raila just checking that you are ok. I will be fasting for your cause tommorow.

  87. dawayamoto says:

    Turncoat
    Soldier on brother i will return your hand and fast for two days .

  88. mrembowaodm says:

    I love Raila Odinga!!!!

  89. kenyaturncoat@gmail.com says:

    MAY THE LORD BLESS YOUR GOOD CAUSE

  90. JAMES says:

    What is taking you so long to name our cabinet, we want to know who is our VP(very obvious) and ministers. I know we don’t have a chance of getting the two thirds “vote of no confidence”. What happens if 110 MP’s all boycott the parliament in protest for the illegitimate government, we can do this and upon another parliamentary re-election, still run for parliament and win and then boycott the parliament again in protest. The parliament is part of the goverment and is the citizens representation in the government, we DO NOT want to be represented in this evil govenment and therefore we should boycott the parliament.

  91. TURNCOAT says:

    CHECKMATE ? NEVER. WE SHALL FIGHT FOR THE GOOD COURSE. OUR CAUSE (COURSE)
    THE KENYAN (CAUSE) COURSE.

  92. Mike Okello says:

    Congrats for the effort of promoting peace from the grass roots. You are a statesman!
    Continually tell them that Violence is more a way of displaying mediocrity than a way of solving problems.

    All the Best In the talks. Never give up. Let courage rise with Danger, The courage to Make peace.

    The Lord Bless You.

  93. kenyaturncoat@gmail.com says:

    ITS THAT TIME OF LENT WHEN WE FAST AND PRAY. I WILL FAST AND PRAY FOR THE DEAD AND DECAY OF A GOVERNMENT THAT CAN ROB ITS OWN CITZENS OF THEIR BIRTHRIGHTS, USING THE BALLOT AND THE BULLET. I WILL PRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR SLODIERS OF VALOUR THAT YOU MAY RISE TO BRING THAT RIGHT BACK THRU; ANY MEANS NECCESARY AND MAYBE WE WILL HAVE A GOOD FRIDAY.

  94. Turncoat says:

    We love and still pray for You and your worthy soldiers. May The Dear Lord Bless your cause.

  95. Baijo says:

    Real Kenyans of goodwill who care about the plight of the majority of fellow Kenyans who are suffering coz of the bad Kenyatta-Moi-Kibaki leadership, governance and dictatorship will stand by you and continue fighting for truth, justice and equity until we realise real change in Kenya. Never give up. The people are with you. The thieves will one day have to answer for the crimes against Kenyans. God bless Raila, God bless and strengthen all ODM leaders, supporters and sympathisers. We shall never give up.

  96. Sincere greetings to the undisputed great soldier of the people of Kenya. May all the prayers we have made continue to bless you and the Pentagon. Minutes ago I read your political Bio, and it is incredible you are still standing and taking more of these persecutions each day for the people of Kenya. Recently, I have noted with dismay and hopelessness the persecutions that the Police (state) continue to met to Kenyans and mostly ODM fraternity. For a long time I believed the Police was a creature of the people of Kenya(parliament) for the protection of the people of Kenya. Having been fed up by the impunity with which they have displayed their incompetence in killing, maiming, torturing, etal and stiffling democracy in this country, I sought to check whether this is the creature we the people of kenya created to protect us. This may sound incredible but my findings are that there is no law ( not the constitution or the Police Cap 84) provides for the establishment of the Police in Kenya. Should this be a fact, the consequences are enormous. FIRST THEY SHOULD NOT DISRUPT OUR PEACEFULL RALLY. I am in the process of doing a paper about the Police including the reforms needed.

  97. Turncoat says:

    I am asking people to remember the story you told us about the Chicken and the snake. Its now upto to the “Thormon” ants to do their work. Give us ur blessings.

  98. Turncoat says:

    I will dedicate this fast today to your cause. Hope that you will join me in a prayer this evening.

  99. Auma Odindo says:

    Dear Mr. president.
    I appreciate all that you are doing to rid kenya democratic and rid it of all selfish thieving pupported leaders. The future is definitely orange. It is actually a god hting that judas opted out early. Those robbers have to be stopped now and it is a good thing that they have been exposed. I wishthat the common kibera person didn’t have to suffer so much and that the battle to dispose the thieves would be more in parliament and with the international sanctions on certain products for export, aid and travel. These cartel has made a lifetime of talking. Perhaps it is time to show them that there are consequences and in the course, sparing the mwananchi, not letting him forget that you are working hard for him. I know you will make it. I pray for you and you family alot of times.
    It has been a pleasure
    Auma

  100. jenny says:

    Congratulations RAO!!!!Job well Done .Now you can add PM to youCV. Congrats also from Kalamazoo!!Ohhh… !Lets Build the Country

  101. Mike Okello says:

    Hon Raila A. Odinga,

    Half a loaf is better than None, Take this Humble opportunity and serve Kenyans, Its a Second Chance in 3 Years, You can now make your name, You do no Know why God has put you in such a position for such a time as this, You have a chance to gather Up the broken Parts, You have a future, and You have great opportunities therein.

    Never again shall you be excused for non-performance in the name of inadequate funds, So On to your Marks, You get set and Go! Its time!

  102. Prof. B.J.J.RAJU says:

    Hon’ble Raila sir, I am happy that you have won the battle which makes the kenyans and kenya to walk into the heaven of DREAM KENYA. You have saved kenya and kenyans. I hope the reforms which you have dreamt will follow soon. I request you to utilise the talents of kenyans to make new kenya onpar with any developed country. I suggest you sir, to take up the infrastructure buildup in IT, HEALTH AND EDUCATION SECTORS to improve the standards of kenyans and to generate funds on their own. I am quite sure you will do this with your visionary and knowledge. T hough I am in India still I love kenya and kenyans. O was in kenya for number of years during 1990s. Every kenyan should be engaged in some activity to build the nation withought wasting time. I am still in love with kenya and would like to associate myself in developing kenya to fulfill the dreams of kenyans. I WISH YOU AND KENYANS HAPPY DAYS .

  103. Turncoat says:

    Whenever there is decay of righteousness, O Jehovah, and there is exaltation of the unrighteousness, then i myself will come forth; for the protection of the good, and the destruction of the evildoers, for the sake of firmly establishing righteousness- the BHAGAVAD GITA

  104. Maru Kapkatet says:

    Kenyans are aeger and ready to support Mwai Kibaki and Mr. Raila Odinga and the grand coalition so that they can succeed in uniting and building Kenya.

    But there is something fishy with Kibaki as usual. He does not want a genuine power-sharing. He is not coming forth with openness. He is having second thoughts, it would appear, on the power-sharing thing.

    Hon. Raila Odinga must continue to serve all Kenyans equally and without discrimination. Wheneveer Kenyans look at Raila and Kibaki, they should always be saying, “I wish Raila had been sworn in as president”.

    First and foremost, Hon. Raila Odinga must not negotiate on the following:

    1. Kibaki cannot dictate who from ODM should be appointed deputy prime minister, minister, assistant minister, permanent secretary, deputy secretary, head of parastatal, ppo, pc, dc, ocpd but must accept and appoint ODM’s nominees as presented

    2. ODM’s deputy PM must also be minister of finance with his assitant coming from PNU while PNU deputy PM must be minister of security with his or her assistant coming from ODM

    3. Kibaki’s aging friends must go and Kibaki must decide who to keep amongst finance bosses. Kibaki has to decide whether to keep PS Kinyua or Central Bank governor. I would prefer that the PS be kept. He has served Kenya with distinction over the years. The other one must go and serve Kenya elsewhere.

    One ethnic group cannot and should not dominate the government.

    4. It is my wish to see John Githongo sworn in as head of civil service and secretary to the cabinet first so that he, in turn, can swear in the new ministers and assistant ministers. John Githongo is the most qualified known candidate to be head of civil service and he is young and enthusiastic and his appointment will sit well with donors and Kenya’s fight against corruption.

    5. The PM should be sworn in by the chief justice or Attorney General. I wish Justice Bosire had been the one to swear in Hon. Raila Odinga but this may not be possible and I accept that

  105. rafiq says:

    Yes Maru,

    What of Justice Bosire for Chief Justice? Dont you think it will be a nice gesture from both sides? He is neutral didnt crucify Jesus and release barabas in the goldenberg scam. Hope somebody give this a serious thought!

  106. karanja kamau says:

    MARU,RAFIQ…
    I really concur with you guys especially maru on you post 50-50 should be real even for the chiefs…….
    I would like to add chunga for cj and of course orengo should be valuable in justice ministry.

  107. Gilbert says:

    Hello bloggers!
    Iam about to write a project that compares both the Kenyane Orange revolution and The Ukrainian revolution. Would anyone willing to help me please? If yes, I will then set up a series of questions that I am interested in.
    Thanks and I a mlooking forward to hearing from you.

    Regards,
    Gilbert Munana

  108. tnk says:

    gilbert

    get in touch with agent4change

  109. Gilbert says:

    Many thanks tnk I am going to try it out. Peace out-

  110. Maru Kapkatet says:

    NEW BUSINESS FOR THE MINISTRIES OF ENERGY AND INDUSTRIALIZATION:

    Enery is not only electricity (hydro, wind, solar, geothermal, etc.) and oil and gas. Energy should also be about biomass and bioenergy, wood, and charcoal.

    Millions of Kenyans rely on wood to cook their food. Trees are becoming scarce and wood and charcoal are becoming increasingly hard to come by.

    Could the ministries of energy and industrialization look for ways of manufacturing cheap oil. This could turn out to be a major manufacturing industry in Kenya and for sale throughout East Africa.

  111. Prof. B.J.J.RAJU says:

    It is interesting that now kenyans are looking for alternate energy sources since the development of the country depends on energy. There are other sources which the kenyans can concentrate much. They can prepare master plans for wind power, solar power and biomass power. These projects also gives employment to kenyans and development in infrastructure facilities. This will motivate kenyans to set up small scale industries( jua kali) and generate funds for their better living conditions. Kenyans can make kenya as the hub for manufacturing several components as they are capable of producing standard components to export to other countries.
    The organisation like KIRDI( KENYA INDUSTRIAL AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE) has to be given sufficient funds to take up these issues seriously with result oriented. I am sure kenyans can do this and develop the country.
    I wish kenya and kenyans happy days

  112. turncoat says:

    SPEEDY RECOVERY BOSS

  113. Turncoat says:

    STRONG RUMOURS HAVE IT THAT YOU HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED FOR THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE THIS YEAR

  114. turncoat says:

    ikiwa Kibaki is being considered for the Nobel Prize, basi MUGABE naye apewe.

  115. arthur says:

    RAILA IS MY NOMINEE FOR THE 2008 NOBEL-PEACE-PRIZE,NO ONE ELSE DESERVES IT MORE THAT AGWAMBO THIS YEAR.

    FACTS WHY HE IS THE NOMINEE AND THE LAUREATE TO BE..!!!

    1-WON THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION SAND WAS STOLEN FROM HIM BLATANTLY.
    2-SAID TO FELLOW KENYANS WHO ELECTED HIM AFTER SEEING THE COUNTRY BLEEDING AND BEING TORN APART KOSOVO WAY THAT “OUR COUNTRY KENYA IS BIGGER THAN MYSELF RAILA AND ANYONE ELSE FOR THAT MATTER,HENCE LET US BE ONE COUNTRY AND KIBAKI CONTINUE HIS PRESIDENCY AND LETS’ LIVE IN PEACE”..THE PRESIDENCY KIBAKI STOLE FROM HIM.
    HENCE BRINGING BACK PEACE TO A NATION THAT WAS MOVING DOWN THE GENOCIDE ROAD.
    3-HE ACCEPTED TO BE GIVEN THE “ZERO-POWER PREMIER,JUST FOR THE SAKE OF THE COUNTRYS’ PEACE AND THATS WHAT HE IS USING TO WORK FOR THIS NATION “UNDER” KIBAKI.
    4-HE ACCEPTED EVEN TO WORK WITH HIS POLITICAL NEMESIS AND “JUDAS” KALONZO MUSYOKA IN THE SAME CABINET,WITH OTHER M.P’S AND MINISTERS WHO KEPT ON ABUSING HIM AS AGWAMBO DURING THE CAMPAIGN PERIODS AND AFTER HE WON THE PRESIDENCY AND THEN THEY STOLE.

    SO RAILA AMOLO ODINGA IS THE OBVIOUS NOMINEE FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE THIS YEAR,LET THEM GIVE IT TO HIM,HE DESERVES IT YESTERDAY,TODAY AND TOMMORROW,FOR HE SAVED OUR COUNTRY COZ HE LOVES US,THE NATION AND MORE TAHN ANYTHING ELSE HE LOVES PEACE.

    ARTHUR.

  116. Dr Afullo Augustine says:

    This is the man whoshould lead this country to give an example to Africa how leadership means. You realise after he commented on the Zimbabwa issue then other African leaders realised there was an issue in Zimbabwe worth commenting on. I believe he can wake up Afica so that we can go to where we actually belong- the first race of the world, where civilization began.

  117. turncoat says:

    Work hard and smart brother. Energy can never be destroyed.

  118. Railkamuodho says:

    Turncoat.
    I respond to you last Month’s comments above.
    Fortunately turncoat does not sit at the nobel peace council and it would beat all logic to award the prize without involving two protagonists (ie Perez/Arafat; Mandela/De Klark; Raila/kibaki). Or if you want you can put Raila/Ngilu if that serves your tribal animosity and ego. like I said in the other blog ordinary Kenyans value peace than you educated fellows. You think more emotionally than those fellows in the battle frontline whos tribal heritage comes second to their neighbours who do not speak the same language. I pray that we all be healed of our tribal bias and hate.

  119. Railkamuodho says:

    And by the way for one to be in this year’s list, the name must have been submitted by 1st of February and the peace deal had not been struck. Maybe next year.

  120. Turncoat says:

    I dont honestly believe that Kibaki is at the right state of mind to recieve this award. I say this for sure having followed him for the last few decades. If a protagonist it shud be then its Raila/mount kenya mafia (the president’s men)- clout of Muthiaga Golf club and now windosor hotel.
    Tune in to radio france today and you will see that they are hailing the raila model as a launch pad for other african countries with political animosity.

  121. Turncoat says:

    De clark/ Mandela – Before being elected president . De clark swore that he would end apartheid, Perez and Arafat were both committed about the autonomy of Palastine even at the cost of their lives. They rejected the murderous forces of terrorism and oppression in order to bring peace and stabilty to their people. Raila/Kibaki. It is clear who made the sacrifice. Kibaki had nothing to lose.

  122. Turncoat says:

    Often in humanity there are those who try to make make their own immortal by dipping them in the river STYX. Like Achillis the heel is forgotten and end up dying in the temple. No one or group is invincible and rather than fight tribes and clans, it is better to fight what the founding fathers of this country sought too end – UJINGA, NJAA NA UFISADI.

  123. Railkamuodho says:

    Are you sure you are not suffering from the first one brother?

  124. Turncoat says:

    I AM MY BROTHER. BUT I THINK YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM TO OF THOSE NJAA YA UJINGA.

  125. kip says:

    Sometimes I doubt my support for you but my deep respect for your ideals, zeal, honesty and charisma allow me to Hope that you the one and only candidate that I can have my faith on. Your smile especially when things are going okay, your sad face when things are going wrong have a human touch. You are a man that the world is finally growing to accept, your are the Favourite of the world inspite of all the lies and propaganda broadcast about you. The world is seeing a New African, a Pan Africanist not by words but by actions.

    http://mweusi.wordpress.com/2008/07/31/my-president-my-prime-minister-ludacrics-is-an-idiot%e2%80%a6/

  126. Railkamuodho says:

    Raila, like his father is a reformer but one with, not only the platform to bring change but also one with a following across the nation. He is at the driver sit and the corrupt force better watch out. He will be moving fast and soon we the Kenyan people will be at par with Botswana and South Africa. We will be one proud nation after the constitutional reforms.

  127. rafiq says:

    Long time guys but I wonder who has benefitted most from Railamania. he is not accessible. The ministers , I mean ODMs Nyongo et al are inaccessible. Surprisingly most ODM proffessionals would rather get help from pnu ministers. Another tragedy? I hope not.

  128. Railkamuodho says:

    When will we stop talking about PNU and ODM ministers? Can we be told by the powers that be, are these ministers serving their constituents or Kenyans? If they each serve their areas, then let them make that plain and clear. The days of sycophancy are long gone and we need a mechanism to address the plight of the poor Kenyans in all provinces. We do not care which tribe they come from. And as things are going if corruption is checked, we will experience a better and even development in all parts of Kenya. And with regard to the corrupt CDF officers, may we start to see the whip of the PM in this area. I applaud him for reminding us of last year’s election fiasco and that we will have a credible electral commission next election and the winner and losers will greet each other when results are announced. Good luck Kenya and God bless our land.
    On the issue of accessing the PM and ministers, is it really necessary for professionals to do so? We must beat this culture of people seeking for favors from their leaders. We must improve our society so that we no longer require the intervention of power brokers and idlers in Kenya. Guys, get down to work and you will only ask for the right policies to be put in place not hand outs.

  129. Railkamuodho says:

    I honestly do not care whether my half tribes each have ministers. All I care about is a group of cabinet ministers that makes it easy for Kenyans to access education, health and basics in the chart need. I want a nation that has fully exploited the natural resources and each tribe in Kenya has a piece of land to call home. In this regard, I am walking to to toe with Orengo and the PS in the ministry in addressin the injustices of all Kenyan tribes. It does not matter how the government views this, but the government must make sure that those big guys who got huge chunks of land at the expense of the landless give up the hundreds of acres. For example Njenga Karume, Zakayo Cheruyot, George Saitoti, William Rutoh, Nicholas Biwott, and many others have huge ranches in RV. This should be compensated and genuine landless people settled there. Nobody should get more than two acres of arable land. Others should be settled in the semi-arid areas of Baringo and then boreholes and dams built there to help them practice farming. Some of us would be willing to move to eastern province or north eastern province and reclaim the land there.
    The other idea will be help Kenyans to understand that they can buy a plot and live there and be buried in the cemetery instead of the body being ferried to the rural areas. We can even encourage creamation as our population increases and the arable land reduces. If we had a good economy where each one of us is able to fend for our immediate families, we would not be worried about land as is the case now.

  130. Railkamuodho says:

    One day I visited with my friend at Ahango in Nyatike Constituency. His farm streches all the way into lake victoria. Yet most of the constituency does not have all-season roads. The people do not use lake water to farm or drink. They can only use jericans to fetch water and fish in the deep of the night. I sat outside my friends house as we ate fish and wondered how come they remain poor when they have water at the end of their farm. And they can only blame their leaders who have built permanent houses there as their people continue to suffer.I still wonder and do not know how successive governments and leaders can ignore this province for so long. That is why need a lot of Tujus in Luo land who will recognize the fact that you must have an agenda for your people.
    On the development partners that Raila spoke about, we want to see those guys come back and not exploit us anymore as they used to do. They must respect our environment, pay a decent wage and improve the local infrastructures such as hospitals and schools. We will not accept Libya style investment and parliament must accept that fact and force the government to respect the constitution.

  131. rafiq says:

    RailK,
    The issue is simple. You caanot adress policies affecting your people if you can access your leaders period. I dont need handouts I need to highlight areas that can practically help our consttuents.
    For instance, there is no dairy in Nyanza while we are talking of milk production deficit. Not all our leaders may know this.
    So dont dismiss facts.

  132. rafiq says:

    RailK,
    The issue is simple. You caanot adress policies affecting your people if you cant access your leaders period. I dont need handouts I need to highlight areas that can practically help our consttuents.
    For instance, there is no dairy in Nyanza while we are talking of milk production deficit. Not all our leaders may know this.
    So dont dismiss facts.

  133. Mike Okello says:

    Raila: Bei ya Unga imeende Juu, Kweli Rongo?

    WanaODM: Kweli (with orange flags flying high)

    Raila: Bei ya Sukari Imeenda Juu, Kweli Rongo?

    WanaODM: Kweli (with orange fruits hanging as necklaces)

    Raila: Serikali ya Kibaki Imeshindwa na Kazi, Kweli Rongo?

    WanaODM: Kweli (with all shirts and blouses unbuttoned in fury and worship for Raila)

    Kajwang: Mapambano, x2

    WanaODM:Bado Mapambano……With all the to be Hooligans dancing to the Tune, With all the pre-planned violence strategies burning in the mind in waiting for the elctions.

    At least now with your people in powerful ministries, and the prices higher than never before, It has taken you soooo long to learn that your worshiped ODM gods were Just politicians, Followers of Kibaki had discovered that much earlier, no wonder they spared him the worship.

    As i’d said earlier, when you stopped your working at home to celebrate mapambano in the meetings, Raila was simply looking for a job, he had sent his CV, he was now using you to push it, he now has it, he is very senior, he is now earning a lot of money on a daily basis, he can even afford to pay you off for all the dancing you did, and as he even becomes more wealthy and powerful, you can now go to the poshomill, because you can’t afford the same same 2kg Flour.

    My joy is that we are all by now at Par, we know they are all politicians, sorry if it has taken you so long. Suffer Yes, but do not miss the lesson,

    I hope you will think more, dance less, and keep your shirt buttons in 2012.

  134. Railkamuodho says:

    Mike,
    Please leave vomiting that stuff here. You must understand that the current government in Kenya is working. I would like to congratulate all our leaders for doing what they are supposed to be doing. I especially thank the president and the PM as they are doing an exemplary job. The issue of the ecosystem and the environment must be key to the future of our great nation. Kudos on Raila and Michuki as they clean Nairobi rivers and the resettlement in the Mau forest. Never again should we allow wanton destruction of our lifeline. The settlers there should be given alternative site to settle and develop. The government should encourage Kenyans to buy the semi-deserts and drill water for them to grow food and plant trees. Areas like Gilgil and others come to mind.
    we must all prepare for the 2012 campaigns which wil be historic, most democratic and the most competitive. No one party will dominate as each of the registered partie will have a big say in the government. No more corruption with Raila as our next president .

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