Wakuu naomba niulize yafuatayo:
Rais JM Kikwete kakutana na hiki ‘kikundi’ kwa namna gani maana si wawakilishi wa serikali ya Kenya? Hela ya walipa kodi katika nchi zote mbili inaungua bure tu hapo. Uhuru Kenyatta si waziri wala lolote katika serikali ya Kenya. Sasa iweje leo kapeleka delegation yake ya kisiasa ikulu? Isije ikawa huyu bwana alikua amekuja kuangalia jinsi ya kuwahi ardhi Bongo maana nd’o michezo ya familia yao. Afu usipate pia eti Rais Kikwete naye kaafikiana na huyu bwana. Mchosho!
Pili ni udhaifu wa wakuu wa protokali kumuacha Rais kukutana na kambi moja (TNA/PNU ya Uhuru Kenyatta)ya siasa kutoka nchi jirani huku akijua wazi kua kuna kambi nyengine (ODM ya Raila Odinga). Hivi hajui kama anaji-potray kua keshalalia ubavu mmoja (Partisan)?Siasa za Kenya waachiwe wa-Kenya wenyewe na kama nikutoa ushauri basi shinikizo liwe katika utekelezaji wa kura katika njia zilizowazi na sio na utata kama ilivyokua 2007.
Hizi kauli za kusema eti sijui wakenya waruhusiwe kupiga ‘without undue interference’ zinajulikana wazi kua zinalenga katika kesi ya ICC dhidi ya Uhuru Kenyatta na William Ruto ambazo kwa kiwango fulani zitawazuia kugombea Urais hapo mwakani…lakini hio ni hadithi ya siku nyengine. Hapa pia handlers wa Rais Kiwete wanakosea kutompa ushairi kua aepukana na matamshi kama haya.
Hili genge la kina Uhuru Kenyatta lilijaribu kila mbinu kujaribu kuzuia hizi kesi kuendelea hadi kuwasilisha mswada AU lakini hawakufua dafu. Rais Kikwete is wading into waters he has no business wading into and somebody needs to tell him so.
Kikwete urges Kenyans to unite ahead of polls
Posted Sunday, October 21 2012 at 17:20
- Kikwete also urged African states to accept the decision that Kenyans will make in the elections
Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete on Sunday said Kenyans should be allowed to elect leaders in the next General Election without undue interference.
Mr Kikwete also urged African states to accept the decision that Kenyans will make in the elections.
Mr Kikwete was speaking after meeting a Kenyan delegation comprising of Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Justice Minister Eugene Wamalwa in State House, Dar es Salaam.
The leaders praised the close ties between Kenya and Tanzania as President Kikwete stressed on the need for unity in Kenya ahead of the next General Election.
He recognized the constitutional and institutional reforms that have taken place since the last General Election, saying Kenya was all set for elections.
The delegation recalled and appreciated the role President Kikwete, who was then the chairman of the African Union, played in reconciling Kenyans in the aftermath of the post-election violence.
The violence culminated in the formation of the Grand Coalition Government between President Kibaki’s Party of National Unity (PNU) and Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).
On his part, Mr Kenyatta said his goal and that of like-minded leaders was to move the country forward in unity.
To this end, he said, they were reaching out to leaders in other political parties.
The Kenyan delegation also included MPs Moses ole Sakuda and Rachel Shebesh, former MP Abdullahi Ibrahim Ali and URP’s Kazungu Kambi.
Also present was the Kenyan High Commissioner to Tanzania, Mr Mutinda Mutiso.