** Breaking News:: @jirani amemulikwa kwa Ntv kuhusu Gaza kids

Nimeona ntv na jirani amemulikwa kwa his Fb account jerry jussy. Ni mgaza

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Let mzito jerry be

Akipatwa na kitu mbaya all the blame goes to admin coz of letting him wander in the wilderness


Watching thread.


How old are you?


A very childish mungiki

Will follow it at 9

Tukiwaambia polisi wako kwa hiyo deal ya gaza mnatuita majina. Kama umeona hiyo confession sasa jione mjinga, pumbavu.

wah so mabeast wako ndani ya hii mix…wueh. So hawa majamaa hulishwa ndengu ni wale mabeast washuku ni masnitch wa NIS. ATPU wapewe hii kazi .

Meffi… Signature. Stands out like a sore thumb.

REminds me sometime back mungich ruled the city with an iron fist. They slept with the govt of the day. They owned and taxed businesses. They did their stuff with AK47s and machetes. They beheaded defectors and snitches. Not until one night they shot dead 2 cops on patrol in Mathare.
WE all know the govt rained truckloads of armed cops at 3am that morning and by the time the AK barrels cooled down at 10am, 27 dead men were carted away in a police truck. Hundreds others were herded and violently loaded onto police trucks destination unknown.
LOng story short: Gaza et al are just passing clouds.

The only thing missing is a no nonsense internal security minister like Michuki, is Nkaissery up to the task?

Waiting for Joho to raise up his head perhaps…

Money mi a look a weh yo deh?
Money mi a look a weh yo deh?
Portmore pon the Gaza

Wa, I had to find that Mungiki story :

[SIZE=6]27 killed in police revenge during search for Mungiki members[/SIZE]
[INDENT][FONT=Trebuchet MS][SIZE=4]A truck driver, Mr Zacharia Ndirangu, had to grab his five-year-old grandson and dive to his bedroom when the first gunshots shattered the calm of Kosovo village in the sprawling Mathare slums.[/SIZE][/FONT][/INDENT]
[FONT=Trebuchet MS][SIZE=4]That was followed by a power black out, two hours of silence, then hell broke loose.
More gunshots, screams and pleas for mercy could be heard.
And when it dawned, four policemen and 27 civilians lay dead, while several other slum dwellers were injured.
Kosovo is the home to Mungiki adherents who control the lucrative Mathare-Huruma-Dandora Matatu route.
More than 100 police officers, angry at the brutal murder of two of their colleagues allegedly by Mungiki adherents, had stormed the village at about 11pm on Monday.

Armed with guns, batons and whips, residents said they broke doors and dragged them out of their bedrooms.
They arrested anyone found walking in the slum and shot those they suspected to be members of the sect.
“Ziko wapi bunduki?” (Where are the guns), Joseph Kamau, a resident, remembers them asking his neighbour, who survived with a broken leg.
“It all started at a bout 8.30pm when we heard that two police officers on patrol at Kosovo were shot dead,” said Ndirangu, who was seriously injured, together with his wife, Hellen.
“We thought it was all over until 3am when I heard a loud knock on my door. They told me they were police officers hunting for Mungiki members, so I opened. They beat me with gun buts and dragged me and my wife out of bed, beating us badly,” he added.
The Standard team found Ndirangu and his wife, both aged 42, nursing serious wounds on their beds.
His neighbour, Mr Francis Kioko, escaped the attacks after the police officers looked at his national identity card.
“They attacked my neighbours with fury, accusing them of harbouring guns and Mungiki supporters,” said Kioko.
Another victim, Mr Peter Njenga, said the officers injured both his legs. His wife, Winnie, also suffered hip and hand injuries.
“About five police officers burst into my house and started beating us. They claimed we were hiding guns and demanded that we show them our identity cards. They also asked for money,” said Njenga, a middle-aged father of three.
Although Njenga knew police would conduct a swoop, he said he did not expect them to beat innocent people.
At the neighbouring Mlango Kubwa village, the body of a man, apparently shot by police, lay on top of a building 12 hours after the shooting.
Residents said the man, clad in brown trousers and a gray shirt, but barefoot, was most likely shot as he took refuge at the roof of a three-storey building. “He is my neighbour but I don’t know his name. He came here recently and once told me he had a wife and a child,” said Ann Njeri, a resident.
Some witnesses said the man was fleeing from police. Others claimed he was making a call on his cell phone while on top of the building when police shot him.
Some residents of Mathare’s Phase Three said police should use information from the local residents to help track down the sect adherents.
We know the people co-ordinating the sect’s activities but police are not reaching out to us. They should give us protection so we can volunteer information,” said one residents who sought anonymity.
He said the man behind the Mungiki sect in the Kosovo area was an old man who ran many businesses in the slum.
“Even the police know him,” the man added.
Residents were coiling in their shacks, hoping the confrontation between Mungiki and police does not recur.
As dusk fell, an acrid smell of filth wafted across Mathare Valley as two lorries loaded with police prepared for another night patrol.[/SIZE][/FONT]

Let me just say something that has never left my mind and it taught me something about our security network. Back in the day when mungiki was prominent between 2002-2006 they grew too big, too fast and become a security threat. Their leaders become drunk with false bravado of strength and even left the shadows to be visible in public. They were warned that government can’t allow to be challenged. Security is a monopoly for government. Problem is that mungiki leaders thought the contest was between them against President Kibaki and Michuki as interior minister. Someone told them clearly not to worry about the top government officials and the staff under them. Worry about the people government top leadership don’t control directly, they don’t even know them but these people can just take initiative to end the mungiki menace singlehandedly. They didn’t listen, they were completely done in under a year, either dead or in prison.

What led to the release of one Maina Njenga ? I understand he made a deal with the Government of Mwai Kibaki. What did he have against the establishment?