Monday, January 7, 2008

Raila Odinga: Kenya's post election violence Prime Minsiter

Raila Amolo Odinga is expected to be named Kenya's post election violence Prime Minister after much deliberations with international mediators including Bishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa, President John Kuffuor of Ghana, the European Union, the US Assistant Secretary of State Jendayi Frazer, Great Britain, France, Canada, and a host of individual figures from the world over.
Raila Odinga of the Orange Democratic movement (ODM) won the presidential elections held on the 27th of December but was overturned after the Elctoral Commission of Kenya headed by its chairman Samuel Kivuitu with the help of "Mount Kenya mafia" and Kibaki's cronies erronously and without much thought declared Kibaki as the winner plunging the once peaceful country and Africa's model of democracy into total confusion pitying tribe against tribe thus creating an atmosphere reminiscent of the Rwanda genocide of 1994.
So far, the total death toll is estimated at 500 lives and property worth billions gone to waste. Therefore, for the country to return to normalcy; in order to overcome the stalemate; for peace and harmony to flourish once again, it is being proposed that Raila Odinga should be the next Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya so that the wounds inflicted on life and the economy will heal.
Kenyans are bitter at how sudden their country plunged into such a sorry state. For now, there is hope and that life will return to normalcy pretty soon. Those who engineered the theft of the election will be apprehended and will be dealt with severely. And rest assured Raila will be a hard pill to swallow for Kibaki's government until 2012.

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