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2007–08 Kenyan crisis – Waflay Post
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Was it justice defeated or justice denied?

Yesterday’s ICC’s ruling against the two suspects only confirms that the course of justice for the victims of 2007/2008 post election violence that happened in Kenya has taken a mew and very dangerous turn or the whole nation.

We have to celebrate yes! The supporters had their chance to make their final wish come true, but this also made it possible for Kenya’s politics to draw close to the cliff.

The ICC ruling was in favor of the two accused individuals, just because there was no sufficient evidence to proceed with the case. However, it was clear that the case is still open for the interested parties who may decide to provide more evidence against the acquitted fellows.

This means that, those individuals who made it possible for ICC to come out begging for more evidence would want to remain in power for very many years, just to hide evidence from  landing into wrong hands.

This brings us to a dead end conclusion; there will never be democracy in Kenya as long as the cases are still open at the ICC.

If it happens that the forces of evil are defeated during the next general elections, then God will have to descend from heaven to calm down anger in people’s mind. It will not be easy to sail through someone has to hide his dirt… and make sure that none could access government secrets that might turn the ICC’s wheel into action.

Some things to think about:

Why did ICC prosecutor complain that Kenya has refused to cooperate?

Why did witnesses have to die if it was clear that the two were wrongly accused in something they did not do?

Why rally the whole Africa to threaten ICC in matters affecting only a few people?

As it is now, ICC cases have made it possible for Kenya to move on from political stand off into real fire. God bless Kenya!

Why Kenyans Needs To DITCH Traditions

The best thing about Kenyans is the fact that they live by hope, fight to stay relevant in the continent and do whatever it takes to live in peace amid a few challenges that haunts them.

For better good, Kenyans are doing fine but when it comes to the leadership, something is not right. It is obvious that, Kenyans do not like learning by experience as they would rather keep fighting to stay relevant than to bend their knees to those they do not support.

Politically speaking, Kenyans are trying hard to change the system, but it seems they are not doing everything possible to stay ahead of the game.

Each time Kenyans go to elections, they only have one thing in mind— elect someone from your backyard— while forgetting about leadership skills in the leaders and dreams for the future.

Later in one voice they would curse the elected leaders, while others would cry tear because feeling abandoned by their leader in the time of need. That is the only moment they, Kenyan, think they have to work together to make the country great again.

Kenyans have dreams too,

Most citizens of this East African country wish to have a unified country where all citizens will be called out, not by their tribal and political affiliations, but by the name that unites them all… Kenyans.

That one day, Kenyans will speak in one language and ethnicity will be the thing of the past.

That Kenyans will arise and defeat the divisive lot that has been always a step ahead, making sure that no more divisive politics and tribal affiliations.

That the police force will not be used by the political class to intimidate people, but will be there to make sure that people live in peace.

That one day, Kenyans will give nothing to those who ask for bribes; instead, they will work hard to earn whatever they seek cleanly.

That school will not be a place to waste time, but institutions to make someone great for future Kenya.

These dreams go on and on, however, Kenyans have a choice that will make everything  right and build a foundation for these dreams to come valid. They only need to ditch tradition!