I have always heard about you; have never met you and am afraid to notably say that I don’t know you.Your political career must had have ups and downs though we leave that to make history.”A rolling stone gathers no moss” Mr. Musyoka bethink your contribution to the leadership you have accorded to the much loyal constituents of Mwingi North in almost over a score and still counting. I would ponder “Has it been a milestone for Musyoka?” A question that would demand a million answers and would bate hold my breath since I won’t get answered.
Kenya is a country that has its share of ethnic bigotry and wanton appetite for being corrupt. That would seem to have made my opinion degenerate though am very rational. Alliances have become the talk of today with stories running along all quarters of media whether print or electronic. Alliances are good,as just as a good house requires a firm foundation, but should entail the core principles of democracy without intriguing someones political rights as enshrined in the hallowed constitution or making them feel vulnerable. We should embrace on the politics of inclusion and not exclusion to besiege what has distorted the image of Kenya in the world.Are these about to- be- borne alliance considered the dynamics of Kenya politics.
The G7 whose abbreviation don’t really know what it stands for;and don’t know whether it has legal existence is an alliance that seems to accommodate the cult personality interests and not an equal representation.Though that could seem to be a bomb shell am not yet done. It was only formed so as to build an uphill task for one Rt.Hon Raila Amollo in his quest for state house.
Finally,my fellow tribeman and the vice-president of Kenya,it would be prudent enough to decimate your political attachments with G7. Make a choice between going it alone,which has an apocalyptic outcome, or choose to swallow your pride and join forces with Mr. Raila. Political scientists argue that it numbers that matter in politics.