Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Odinga Ujinga

"The issue of corruption also has impeded development in Africa. There is corruption everywhere, but the difference is what the government does especially when it is discovered."
Raila Odinga during an interview with Africa Today's Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Kayode Soyinka http://www.raila2007.com/cms2/index.php?id=107&tx_ttnews%5Bpointer%5D=1&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=107&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=9&cHash=bbe6979f5f

"I came to Moi’s aid when the Government wanted to take away his houses and sue him over Goldenberg during my days as the Minister for Roads."
Raila Odinga speaking in Kisumu.
Standard Online, Sunday, November 26, 2006
http://www.eastandard.net/archives/cl/hm_news/news.php?articleid=1143961640

Strange Bedfellows

"[Musalia] Mudavadi was the Finance minister in 1993. He first paid out the Sh5.8 billion in export compensation and then the Sh13.5 billion. I know what I am talking about. I stand for the truth and the VP and the President should come out and prove me wrong." ....Mr Odinga said he was ready to prove that it was Mr Mudavadi who authorised the Goldenberg payments.
Raila Odinga addressing a NARC rally in Ngong town on 16th november 2002. Musalia Mudavadi is now the ODM presidential candidate's running mate.

Daily Nation, November 17, 2002 http://www.nationaudio.com/News/DailyNation/17112002/News/mainNews18.html

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Thursday, August 30, 2007

How Many Dead Americans is Saddam Worth?



And yes, that is Dick Cheney speaking in 1994 about the first Gulf War.

Saturday, February 17, 2007

The Crudiciary

The Law Society of Kenya has challenged the [recent directions issued by Chief Justice Evans Gicheru which are supposed to govern filing of cases against and by the Government] and even though Gicheru is the respondent in the matter, the case file will appear before him for directions.
The Standard Saturday, 16th February, 2007

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Kibaki's Selective Amnesia

President Kibaki yesterday denied ever promising anybody that he would serve only for one term. And he went on to declare, for the second time in a week, that he was in the race for the presidency for another five years.
(Daily Nation Friday, February 2, 2007)

“It was hard to select the party's flagbearer. We all staked our claims with reasons. The reason that won the day was made by Kibaki after he made it clear he would be president for only one five-year term....Kibaki volunteered that proposal.”
The late Michael Kijana Wamalwa explaining on Nation TV’s StateCraft how the National Party of Kenya (NAK) agreed on a single presidential candidate. Kibaki never sought to correct Wamalwa not refute the allegation.
(Daily Nation Monday, September 30, 2002)