Thursday, January 17, 2008

Please STOP!

Kibaki , for the sake of the God of the people who mow your lawn, mop your house or cook your dinner , STOP SHOOTING AND KILLING PEOPLE IN KISUMU AND KIBERA!


  1. When I watched the news last evening, it looked like a joke. How do you pick up a gun and shoot at someone for making face at you, then when he's down and hurt, proceed to kick him, not once but twice in the stomach as he writhes in pain on the ground, with his friend next to him, also laying there shot.

    Then come 9pm, on news again, the first guy lays there, dead, with his friends around him. The police spokesperson (he's not a man) says he was in a group that attacked his men. What I saw was not an armed man. I saw a man, making faces like a baby, and he did make me laugh. What did he do to deserve to die like this? He did die for making faces at a trigger happy policeman. I will not judge the policeman, I leave it to God. I'm lost for anything more to say, or think.........

    Why are our children being killed, and only in two areas in this country? Who will protect us from this hatred one particular tribe has against the other. And just because they have the country's security in their pocket, they can order them to do anything and there is nothing anyone will do about it. I long for the day all this will come back to haunt them. How do they sleep at night? Having watched it all. No wonder live broadcasts were banned!

  2. Who will put an end to this? Its becoming very painful when you see innocent blood still being shed and no one seems to want to back down. Is Kenya going down the drain? I was watching BBC a few minutes ago and they were talking to the European Union chairman and he said the problem in kenya can only be solved by kenyans and that he can't dictate to kenyans what should be done. The BBC guy said that the EU, Commonwealth, AU and the UN seem to have no power to end the situation in kenya and asked the Eurpean Union guy whats the point of having these bodies which don't seem to do much.
    Kibaki and Raila, please sit down and talk. We've seen enough and the more this continues, the more it hurts the ordinary kenyans who has nowhere to run to unlike you the people in power.

  3. My good lad, who is the majority who lives in Kibera and Kisumu? Yes Luos, where Luos are involved, the big guns are going to come out literally.
    You didnt hear of such stories in Nakuru did you? This is an attempt to put Luos back in their place in the tribal hierachy if you ask me. That may sound incendiary but I am sticking to that opinion!

  4. And God said to Abraham, “As for you, you shall keep my covenant, you and your offspring after you throughout their generations. 10 This is my covenant, which you shall keep, between me and you and your offspring after you: Every male among you shall be circumcised. 11 You shall be circumcised in the flesh of your foreskins, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and you. 12 He who is eight days old among you shall be circumcised.

  5. @anon
    Its not a question of being circumcised or not. All we want is PEACE AND THE END OF BLOODSHED.

  6. Anonymous - what's your point? I think yours is a very irrelevant comment given that people are dying. No one deserves to die just because they have an opposing opinion. I hope reporters are keeping an account or taking pictures of whoever is shooting. Someone needs to be accountable.

  7. I agree someone needs to be held accountable. You don't just kill, rape, burn women and children just because they are Kikuyus. People need to borrow lessons from the palestinians no one and I repeat no one kills a jew and gets away with it? what makes them think killing a Kikuyu will make them get to live to see their grandchildren.


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