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Youths urged to unite in building a new Kenya

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Invisible, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. Invisible

    Invisible Admin Staff Member

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    President Mwai Kibaki acknowledges greetings on arrival for the Vijana na Kibaki Youth Rally at Uhuru Park, Nairobi.
    Source: KBC
    Written by: PPS
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    2.5Zitto Kabwe = 1Mwai Kibaki
    young = Old
    Kibaki mwenyewe Mzeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee? 80s
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    It doesnt matter how many youths from Central province where Kibaki hails from were transported to the venue. What does matter is that Kibaki is headed for retirement and Raila will pick up from where he has reached on all issues, youth matters included.

    Truth be said, there is one really good thing for Kenya in the forthcoming elections. We all know that this is not an election choice between the good (Raila) and the bad (Kibaki). Rather, it is an election between the good (Kibaki) and the better (Raila).

    So in any case, even if Kibaki wins, as his slogan suggests, "Kazi itaendelea tuu". However, with a Raila vitory kazi itaendelea kwa kasi na nguvu mpya ili tuweze recover quickly from the 24 years loss that was Moi's tenure as Head of State.

    Hail Kibaki, Hail Raila Amolo Odinga, Hail the Republic of Kenya