Saturday, June 28, 2008


Have You read news of late....

The infamous Kamlesh Pattni of the Goldenberg "thieves" have returned to the headlines.He and his cronies claim they have been forgiven for stealing Kenya's public coffers, a stagerring Ksh. 160 Billion enough to turn the country like UAE, which the Kenya's Attorney General Amos wako claims not & Which the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committe Chris Okemo also says is a fraud......of Public money.

Below find articles written as summaries of what is happening in Kenya regarding a deal between, CBK Central Bank of Kenya(Read Kibaki, Amos Kimunya and Ngunyi) +Goldenberg(Kamlesh Pattni and Ketan Somaia) on one side and Libyan Investors caught unawares about Intrigue politics of Kenya on the other.

News just in,

My view is and has been, The People of Kenya, including myself are tired of this periodic grand corruption happening in a civilized country like Kenya and we need to tame it by all means.How can a group of Indians(mostly second generation Kenyans) and Arabs steal wealth of a country while our people are just watching.Wealth which can make Kenya prosperous and steady.

Mr.Pattni, who is said to have build it on plundered funds claims in a live televised interview on the Grand Regency Hotel saga, that CBK had agreed to remove all court cases when he surrendered the facility to them.

The Grand Regency Hotel remains the enduring symbol of the infamous raid of the country’s granary by the political class in early 1990s, and whose effects will be paid for by three successive generations, according to experts.

When the announcement of the hotel’s surrender to the CBK was made public on April 9, former Law Society of Kenya chairman Ahmednassir Abdullahi and Imenti Central MP Gitobu Imanyara, raised the red flag something sinister was afoot.They questioned the nature of the negotiations, the deals that Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission (KACC) and the CBK had cut with Pattni.

They charged that KACC had bribed Pattni, to give up the hotel he had fought hard to retain for 15 years. However, KACC Director, Justice Aaron Ringera, insisted the deal with Pattni was above board and within the law, hailing it as the biggest recovery of public assets ever achieved. The deal with Pattni was made possible by new legal provisions enabling KACC to cut deals with graft suspects in exchange for amnesty from prosecution.

My opinion, is that Kenyans must not let the libyans occupy the hotel at all, make a demonstration infront of the hotel when the libyans come for hand over.This will create a sign that public coffers is not for granted.