Njuri Ncheke wrote:let me educate you energizer, who else do you think will vote for uhuru apart from gema,and stop being naive eti kalenjins will vote for him come second round. and now you happily say mudavadi is being taken for a ride,do you know if luhyas realize that uhuru goose is cooked because obviously they will vote raira. son go slow on murats, tell me from which other tribes will uhuru get votes.
let me educate you energizer
I am all ears teacher.
who else do you think will vote for uhuru apart from gema
Errh..how about Maasais in all of Kajiado, for instance. Also potentially Somalis and Kisiis who already have a lot goodwill towards him. On the other hand teacher, let me ask you..who will vote for Mudavadi even if Energizer votes for him? Many GEMA won't vote for Mudavadi even if Uhuru steps down, and will vote Karua, Kenneth or Kalonzo. What difference then can Energizer or Njuri make if they vote for someone who also cannot even guarantee 100% Luhya votes? I AM NOT prepared to waste my vote on someone whose probability of winning is less than 50%. Some Luhyas will definitely still vote for Raila, others for Wamalwa. If you understood Luhya politics, many Bukusu WILL NEVER vote for a Luhya from Maragoli since they don't even consider them Luhyas. If all these scattered Luhya votes happen, and they will, what will be Mudavadi's total votes even with a generous 40% of GEMA votes in his column? You and Tactician are chasing phantoms and fantasies.
now you happily say mudavadi is being taken for a ride,do you know if luhyas realize that uhuru goose is cooked because obviously they will vote raira.
Of course he is being taken for a ride, it is just the truth. Energizer not mentioning it will not change reality. Some Luhyas already knew that long ago and that is why only Khalwale and Kizito follow him around, but nothing surprising about that given Mudavadi's lazy campaign style. The suspicion and mistrust of GEMA is why Mudavadi has been unable to gain traction in Western which should have been 90% behind him by now, not 40%. If Mudavadi was as forceful and hardworking as Jirongo, he would have been unassailable by now in Western, yet he is still unable to do so even with State resources at his disposal. Can i then also ask you...do you know how Luhyas will react when they realise Mudavadi is being set up to be a Kibaki puppet post election, or worse, that he is being used to deflect attention away from Uhuru? Do you know why he lost his seat in 2002? You guys are hilarious:lol: