The “enemy” between


Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka joined President Kibaki at his lowest to the chagrin of Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Today Kalonzo is seen by some in both sides as one fighting to slip through them. …more

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1. On Saturday May 30, 2009, 18:10 PM , Graham Billy , Kenya wrote:
  The facts and history speaks for themselves. No doubting it. Kalonzo HAS, IS and WILL damage Kenya! Wakenya be more intelligent.


2. On Saturday May 30, 2009, 13:33 PM , martin ndubi, Belgium wrote:
  Kenyans are watching and shall know who to choose. Its too early to judge. We are interested in visionary leaders,uniting leaders because honestly speaking there is a lot of suspicion. Kenya at the moment belongs to a few in the elight but we shall fight on till it goes back to our hands.


3. On Saturday May 30, 2009, 12:33 PM , Katana, United States wrote:
  The political games played in Kenya have costed Kenyans dearly. When are we going to have true leaders like Kagame? Tribalism continues to consume and blind us. Unfortunately, wealth, instead of patriotism, has continued to be the determinant in elections. We need leaders with clear vision and understanding of the world around them not political schemers.


4. On Saturday May 30, 2009, 7:28 AM , Onesmus shako, Kenya wrote:
  It is time for the media to edit their stories and put the interest of the country first before their political inclinations. These articles are losing taste with the people. motive of this STORY house is continuously carry out Raila campaign. The writer is trying to divert the attention of the pulic from the PM/ODM tour at the expense of the tax payers and yet he claims to be undermined.


5. On Saturday May 30, 2009, 6:55 AM , ossomeh, Barbados wrote:
  With this kind of cheap politics. Is there hope for meaningfull reforms any time soon?


6. On Saturday May 30, 2009, 5:31 AM , John Oino, Kenya wrote:
  Unfortunate for Kenyans.That before the dust settles, political alignments and realignments are already in full gear. We need some sort of super prayers to save us-not the type at Safari Park!


7. On Saturday May 30, 2009, 0:02 AM , Prof. Musungu Amram, United States wrote:
  Mr Kalonzo Musyoka is a hungry power monger that both the President and Prime Minister should be aware of. He is a great danger to this Country. He publish himself as a clean leader in the eyes of foreigners. We Kenyans in the USA advice President Kibaki to sideline him immediately before it get too late. Kenya will be in arms way if Kalonzo become the President. God bless Kenya.


8. On Friday May 29, 2009, 23:51 PM , George Kiongera, United States wrote:
  I am in concurrence with Hon Namwamba and Hon Wamalwa’s analysis concerning VP Kalonzo’s chances in 2012. Although Hon Kenyatta will be the undisputed leader of Mt Kenya region after the President’s exit, he may decide to through his support behind the VP which will no doubt be a nightmare for the ODM and PM Raila. Kalonzo will almost certainly be the next President of Kenya if the Uhuru/Kalonzo axis is able reign on Hon Ruto who would bring in a sizeable block of votes from the populous Rift Valley province. Ignore Kalonzo Musyoka at your own political peril and don’t you dare say you did not hear this from me!


9. On Friday May 29, 2009, 23:20 PM , BMJ Muriithi, United States wrote:
  Talk of reaping where one did not sow. I kind of pity Raila for what he is going through. He began by claiming that he had won the main seat, but then it dawned on him that he can’t have it alone. When he turned around, he found that someone else was already seated on the VP’s seat. Raila was relegated to the humiliating position of having to fight protocol wars with a “clear” loser named Kalonzo.


10. On Friday May 29, 2009, 22:28 PM , sam, Kenya wrote:
  If Kalonzo is no one, why does ODM propaganda machine waste too much time on him?


11. On Friday May 29, 2009, 22:26 PM , John of Anaheim CA, United States wrote:
  There seems to be a calculated move by individuals known only to some media houses to malign the son of Tseikuru. These machinations will fall flat on their heads. As peace loving Kenyans we know who our leaders are and we know who means well for the country and come 2012, we shall make our decisions without any misguided influence that borders hatred.


12. On Friday May 29, 2009, 22:13 PM , Samuel N Omwenga, Esq., United States wrote:
  Kalonzo is not only a traitor, he will be remembered in history as the most irrelevant Kenyan politician ever. Kibaki used him in efforts to legitimise his stolen presidency but little did either know that Kenyans would say enough is enough. Forced to enter into a coalition agreement with Raila, Kibaki has resigned to the fact Raila is a force to reckon.


13. On Friday May 29, 2009, 21:53 PM , joe doe, United States wrote:
  Kalonzo is a ‘Yes’ man and the enemy within. He is the worst political opportunist the Kenya has produced, and must be rejected by all Kenyans. He helped Kibaki to stage a civilian coup against Kenyans immediately after the last general elections. He must be rejected.


14. On Friday May 29, 2009, 21:52 PM , ken okello, United Kingdom wrote:
  What is it about, we know about it.


15. On Friday May 29, 2009, 20:55 PM , Jonathan Waita, United States wrote:
  Please try to show some journalistic fareness. Your shameless pro-Raila and anti-Kalonzo bias cannot escape the scrutiny of any critical reader.


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