Dictatorship: Unfair use of power and selective implementation of curfew restrictions

Victor Tyson

New member
In the corona period, I was unable to bury two relatives,my Dad in law,an auntie "'Kwa Chimoi"'.
Now another brother in law is in a morgue in Kaimosi. His Dad is my father in law immediate follower.
I will not be able to go to Shamakhokho for burial.

But what happens?
4O or more (Luhya) leaders are collected countrywide and after bypassing several roadblocks, they go to Ildamat home of Atwoli, don't observe social distance, kwa ukiwa side ya MGANGA you are corona free?
Then more than 15 members of Ford Kenya meet to change the leadership of Ford Kenya.

According to yesterday's Saturday Nation, more than 1OO mourners, including Dr Amoth, the Health DG attended a funeral.
When Keroche Princess was buried, Ojinga attended the funeral.

We all saw the clip, where an Assistant Chief in Khwisero was asking if THESE ARE 15 MOURNERS?

MZALENDO,DICTATORSHIP IS BACK.
AND IF YOU WILL APROVE THE BBI THING,YOU ARE ALLOWING dictatorship BACK.
 

jerry

New member
Pole boss. Our leaders, whom we chose ourselves will be our death. They are the one who are spreading corona here and there. Thanks to their "history of travel".
 

Nelly Wandela

New member
May your relative Rest in peace bro. Take heart. And just keep safe. Let these leaders make noise. There is nowhere Eugene and Atwoli will take us. We will make our own decision of whom to vote when the time comes.
 
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