Today's posts are dedicated to "agent Jack Bower" Ngilu, Mwalimu "irrevocable promissory notes" Mati and to the ODM registration certificate.
No abusive language, no lectures please, and certainly no emotions, let us just state the facts as they are. This is not about ODM or its' comedy-of-errors-presidential-nomination circus. This post is all about answering one simple question.
The question is simply this;
Who has more balls, Hon Charity "Jack Bower" Ngilu or Hon Kalonzo "Hide in the toilet" Musyoka?
Just answer that simple question.
Please, please gentlemen. This is not about Kumekucha being a Raila blog (anybody who can barely read English can tell that that allegation is preposterous. If you must call this blog somebody's blog then call it a John Githongo blog). This is not even about politics. We just want to establish who is the braver personality without fear or favor.
Incidentally I don't think I need to remind you folks that this is not the first time Hon Ngilu has displayed bravery that shames most trouser-wearers in Kenya (most of whom are trying to disguise themselves as men but did nothing as the country went to the dogs during 24 years of Moi's misrule and the last 4 years of… By the way this includes the trouser wearer called Kumekucha).
Remember the dramatic photograph in the Daily Nation in the 90s where then MP Ngilu lifted her skirts (albeit a little too high) as she ran from police batons and tear gas at the University of Nairobi? All men could do was shamelessly gawk at the legs, swallowing lots of saliva and say "wow, good legs madam MP). No marks for guessing one of the reasons why that edition of the Daily nation was a sell-out
Neither do I need to remind you that Hon Ngilu was at the center of bringing the original partner political parties in the coalition together. Her efforts culminated in the formation of the Narc coalition that carried the December 2002 elections and swept Mwai Emilio Stanley "reneged on the MOU" Kibaki into power.
The only thing I have against this brave lady is the fact that the Health Ministry these days sounds like some marketplace in Ukambani, with heavy Kamaba accents all over the place. Still despite the blatant tribalism, the ministry is undoubtedly one of the star performers (if not the principal one) in the Kibaki administration.
I have done a lot of brave things in my lifetime. I am at least much braver than the Mwingi North MP.
I hereby humbly and meekly hand over my trousers to you Hon Ngilu, I don't deserve to be wearing them. I shall henceforth operate in skirts, lesos and Kangas etc until further notice. I shall not even come anywhere near a trouser suit.
Now about the man from Ukambani who wants to be president of Kenya…
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