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Secret Meetings held to dupe and bribe!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Maxence Melo, Dec 6, 2007.

  1. Maxence Melo

    Maxence Melo JF Founder Staff Member

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    Posted by Kwekwekwe
  2. Kenyan-Tanzanian

    Kenyan-Tanzanian JF-Expert Member

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    This is what the Kibaki Camp is actually made up of, fictional as it seems. I am glad the report has finally reached JF via Mh. Worm. It has widely been circulated and my good classmate Ngunyi doesnt accept or reject its content whenever I bring this issue up in our meetings. Judge for yourselves.

    Vote Raila and keep Kenya together....Vote for Kibaki and only the Heavens know what will follow.

    Three weeks to go.
  3. Kiungani

    Kiungani JF-Expert Member

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    K-T, I am just amazed at how slow Raila and his camp are at taking advantage of the divisions within PNU. As someone who is out looking in, I would have thought that Raila & Co should be pushing now for a public (presidential and vice-presidential)debate in an open forum.

    This would give them a two-pronged advantage.

    1. Get Kibaki to respond to questions-and-answers without the aid of cue cards. Most Kenyans know that Kibaki is very weak in this area.
    Moi is weak also in this area and that is why he avoided open forums debates throughout his presidency.

    2. Will force PNU to name now the running mate (VP candidate) and blow open the division among the VP hopefuls. Otherwise, the VP debate will go on without PNU's running mate, and that won't set well with the public.

    If Raila & Co can not see the advantage of that (taking it to the public), I wonder what kind of campaign strategy they are running.