All aspirants considering political seats in the August 9, 2022 general election have only one week to attend public fundraisers, better known as the harambées.
In an appearance at a virtual meeting with the Senate Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs on December 1, the Chairman of the Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), Wafula Chebukati, reminded aspirants that they would not be allowed to honor the public harambées starting December 9 (take note that Raila will declare his candidature on December 10).
Chebukati said any aspirant caught directly or indirectly participating in fundraising would be an election offense and will be disqualified.
He doesn’t have to be the one on the streets. He was not in the streets in 2007/8…yet he was indicted. We all know who owns the dogs even if they remain behind the curtains! And trust you me this time akijaribu watamfunga Charles Taylor style. ICC judges and prosecutors are intellects not githeri media hobos!
Ruto hawezi shikika tena. Remember in 2007 yeye alikua mtu wa mkono for Raila. If Raila wasn’t indicted pamoja na Kibaki what makes you think watapata Ruto. Don’t underestimate the cunning of that man. He is a nobody’s son who rose to the top. Hakufika hapo ako kibahati. Ruto haendi ICC tena.
The only fellows who could possibly do that are Kales… But they do not operate that way… They prefer planning to kill foreigners in secret at night… I do not think this will happen… The only fear WSR should have is ICC… anything else in Kenya is unpredictable… Judges will help him…
Let me educate you on mass action for free: No man goes to the street to die for another man for free. The only thing that can make people go on the streets is a direct threat to their mothers’ or their own lives. Hizi zingine wewe huona, hata Black Lives Matter, are stage-managed.