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Saturday, September 22, 2007

Commentators Threaten Kumekucha

Yesterday I reused a comment left in this blog earlier on which everybody apparently missed initially where a Mr Joseph-Oloo Obiero of Denver claimed that he had had a candid session with Raila in the US where amongst other things he had asked what the ODM candidate planned to do against corruption and looters.

What was most interesting about the post was the fact that both pro-Raila and anti-Raila forces here were very upset by it. Pro-Raila forces because it exposed their candidate’s true feelings on looters at a time when they had worked very had to tone down their candidate’s perceived radicalism. Anti-Raila forces were very upset because it made the candidate look good and decisive in what they were going to do against corruption.

Somebody even threatened Kumekucha with legal action (if the popularity of this blog can be ascertained). Firstly whenever somebody starts talking about the popularity of this site, I immediately know whom I am dealing with. Basically chaps from the old school who think a blog is like a printed newspaper where you regularly get concerned that folks will not buy copies. They have no inkling of what search engine optimization and search engine traffic means. Basically we are talking about old school chaps with an agenda and on somebody else’s payroll. And sometimes they are partly effective in convincing some of our other readers here that the information we publish here is mere propaganda.

Personally I am NOT moved and I have other bigger worries on my mind than getting sued for a non-issue. It is my view that the remarks published by Mr Obiero were actually made by the ODM candidate who has a reputation of binding with ordinary people by telling them his true feelings on many matters maybe not a prudent thing for a politician but certainly very endearing in my book and a breadth of fresh air from the carefully worded plastic replies of politicians. I also believe that Raila is serious about fighting corruption in this country which has reached crisis levels under President Kibaki and will certainly go overboard if the incumbent is given another 5 years to practice is hands-off-see-no-evil-and-everything-is-OK style of management.

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