I saw him today. He was busy telling the willing souls how he has been planning, organizing, and buying weapons in readiness for 2017. To him, nothing should stand in the way for the former prime minister of Kenya, Raila Odinga, to sail into the mantle of power as the president of Kenya.
According to him, the 2007 post-election violence was just a tip of an ugly iceberg but come 2017 it will total civil war and that he and other like-minded fellows have already taken an oath to take action if democracy fails to grant Kenyans what they wish for.
Obviously, those who were around were nodding their heads in confirmation that whatever he was talking about was right.
I failed t understand how lowly those people were. How could they play their minds in someone whose radical say was only meant to harm people other than to talk constructive politics?
When people on the ground fight, which class of people suffer a lot during that trying moment? Obviously, the rich class society would use tough talks to fuel the wrath of the public but at the end, the lower-class people would engage one another in physical fights which only results in pain and loses to both—lives and property.
By now, Kenyans should not encourage stupid radical political point of views to make change worth the hustle; rather, they should use their power of democracy to change the system of governance.
In most cases, youths do not like taking part in election exercise… they only wait for an opportunity to cause chaos and lawlessness.
Even though Kenya needs major reforms in the electoral system, the judiciary and the law enforcement bodies, people should always think of Kenya first before making a move that could only confirm their stupidity and lack of will for better Kenya.
Kenyans beware that politicians are there to make ends meet, but they are never ready to take part in a situation that could compromise their safety.