Thursday, February 07, 2008


In 1969 Kenya's General election,

Kibaki, Kenya's MP for Othaya, a previously London school of Economics students, having joined Kenya's politics six years before, Stole the then BAHATI CONSTITUENCY in Nairobi from one Jael Mbogo, Currently a popular head of Kenya's biggest women's association in a similar manner he stole the Presidency seat from One

Kibaki was said to have rigged that election, having won by a wafer-thin margin in remarkably similar circumstances to December's election;

Just Like the 2007 election,

Kibaki was behind in the early tallying, the verdict was delayed for days and a crack squad of GSU Para-Military in those days of KENYATTA swarmed around the vote-counting centre when the result was announced.

She says 'I was so far ahead in early vote counting that even the BBC even reported that a young woman had felled a government minister,' Mbogo, now a civil society activist in Nairobi, says.

'Kibaki stalled the result, and then robbed me of victory. Because he looks so holy, people are still asking if he really was capable of stealing this election. What I say is "Of course, he has done it before".'

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