Ahead of Kenya’s 2017 General Elections…

REASONS WHY YOU DON’T NEED TO DIE FOR ANY POLITICIAN BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER ELECTIONS

√. President Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy president William Ruto, the most influential Kenyans in the country, used to be political foes during the 2007 general election and now they belong to the same party(JUBILEE). Both are alive as friends and some folks had died fighting for them in 2007/2008.

√. Former prime minister Raila Odinga and Former VP Kalonzo Musyoka, were on opposite sides of the 2008-2012 coalition government, and now they belong to the same coalition. They Call each other brother, and willing to support each other to defeat JUBILEE government. Some Kenyans died for them during the 2007/2008 post election violence but now they’re together.

√. In 7 months time, one of the two prominent Presidential candidates will emerge as President. His wife will become first lady, children will become VIP’s. My Facebook friends and I will return to our different jobs. (production, journalism, care attendant, Banker,security, mjengo, etc). We Will celebrate their victory. Be depressed by their defeat but Nothing Will change. Our current life Will continue.

√. Former Cs, Charity Ngilu never loved to see eye balls to eye balls with former VP Kalonzo Musyoka. Now they call each other Sister and Brother.

√. Who would have thought that Raila would visit Uhuru in statehouse after all the political heat that followed the 2013 presidential petition at the supreme court.

nyamaPoliticians belong to one big family. They have their interest at stake, do not die for them especially when you have nothing at stake.

Your Vote, that is your obligation. Register yourself as a voter. Your vote is your weapon. Its your constitutional right. Your democratic right to vote for your candidate of choice in whichever part of the country you’re residing. Make the right choice. On the election date Wake up in the morning, go to your polling station, cast your vote and go back home. The majority Will have their way and the minority their SAY. That is the beauty of democracy. You do not owe anyone a duty to die. Value your life, if you are still alive you can be better than them.

Say no to violence, say no to blood letting. Make a choice with your vote. And let God enthrone a king.

.Above [Source:Standard News]

“If everyone would sweep their compound clean, the whole world would be the clean at last”

Let everyone do the right thing, the leaders, we as citizens, the law enforcement and everyone at large.

 

 

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