Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

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Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by Kobra » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:39 am

1. Outlaw use of motorcycles and automobiles in demonstrations
2. Clearly designate authorized route and locations for demonstrations and picketing
3. Deploy barricades along the demonstration routes to protect public property
4. Outlaw any objects that may be used to hurt others
5. Outlaw use of branches and twigs
6. Whoever notifies the police for demonstrations must accompany the demonstrators
7. Communicate to public using print media and or radio/tv about planned demos and locations

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by obienga » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:01 am

Kobra wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:39 am
3. Deploy barricades along the demonstration routes to protect public property
6. Whoever notifies the police for demonstrations must accompany the demonstrators
7. Communicate to public using print media and or radio/tv about planned demos and locations
Those are tall orders for the broke Jakuonists. Has anyone ever spotted Magaya in a demo?

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by fairandbalanced » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:22 pm

All legal, no country in the world will allow part of the population to riot, burn and loot. Try that in the USA and you will eat a bullet for taking a banana. There is a big difference between rioting and peaceful demonstrations that are totally legal and coordinated between police and demonstrators, in this one the police are actually legally required to provide security. The monkeys running around Nairobi stealing bananas are out for mayhem and destruction. Police have to do whatever it takes to protect the owner of that banana.
people of goodwill should join together and free Kenya from the grip of heartless thieves.

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by okoths72 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:34 pm

Everything is in the CBD from parliament, police HQ. Office of the president IEBC offices etc so demonstrations must be there. Mungikis can move their businesses outside of the CBD.

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Unread post by fairandbalanced » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:34 pm

The government will always side with the owners of capital, the rioting monkeys have no leverage. In fact most of them come from slums where they own nothing. They live on occupied government land. I cannot wait for the day that the government will end all these informal settlements.
people of goodwill should join together and free Kenya from the grip of heartless thieves.

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by fairandbalanced » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:36 pm

Between mungiki and the monkeys, mungiki will always win.
people of goodwill should join together and free Kenya from the grip of heartless thieves.

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Unread post by okoths72 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:58 pm

Nyinyi ndiyo monkey munatomba wanyama ngombe paka etc. Filthy nogos umbwa to back
fairandbalanced wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:36 pm
Between mungiki and the monkeys, mungiki will always win.

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Unread post by obienga » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:36 pm

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Jakuonist: Jajubli who does Matiangi think he is to purport to ban NASA demos?

Me: He's the Acting SC for Interior, mandated with seeing that Kenyans are safe within their borders, enjoy the right to own property and do business in a peaceful environment. Your economic sabotage stunts (disguised as constitutional demos) happen to disturb national peace hence the ban. I mean, Kenyans have asked their CS to protect their lives, property and businesses...and he's responded by banning the violent agendaless demos

Jakuonist: Nonsense, Matiangi atajua hajui...Kenya sii ya Jubli.

Me: Whatever! By the way, how comes nurses, doctors and teachers have had demos (some for months) without damaging property?

Jakuonist: Because police is yet to disrupt their peaceful demos.

Me: Disrupted demos? Aren't you on record saying a demo without running battles with the police is no demo? In the absence of police, didn't you loot Tumaini Supermarket, robbed MPESA and vandalized water installations?

Jakuonist: My friend looting during political demos is normal. It happens even in South Africa...

Me: OMG! Why exactly do you steal from fellow Kenyans? What's that supposed to achieve.

Jakuonist: We sabotage their businesses because, while we are busy fighting for a better Kenya, they are moving on with their lives as if there was nothing wrong with the country.

Me: Who decides what a better Kenya is? And must every Kenyan agree with your political views otherwise you'll destroy/loot their property?

Jakuonist: Raila is not a mad man to say there is need for reforms when there isn't...

Me: Are you saying whatever Raila says is right and our right to think for ourselves, interrogate issues and make informed decisions is no more? Is that your version of a democratic society?

Jakuonist: Nkt! You are such an ingrate! It's because of Raila that you enjoy democracy and a new constitution today.

Me: Lawd take me home! So, Raila fought for a democracy he neither believes in nor practices? You are telling me he brought a constitution he can't follow? Does the constitution state that "thou shall forcefully remove public servants from office through violent demos provided you don't like them" for instance?

Jakuonist: I don't have time for a Jubli blogger. Good day.

Me: Hehehe...Good day and happy looting! Just know this, Matiangi doesn't give a hoot who you think you are...the CBD will be secured at all cost and economic saboteurs hiding behind politics Watajua hawajui! https://www.facebook.com/samson.ogola/p ... 8504843970

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by True RV » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:08 pm

I have a different opinion on the towns that Matiangi banned demonstrations (Mombasa, Nairobi & kisumu etc). My opinion is that demonstrations should have not been banned in Kisumu, if anything it should have been encouraged.
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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by fairandbalanced » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:11 pm

okoths72 wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:58 pm
Nyinyi ndiyo monkey munatomba wanyama ngombe paka etc. Filthy nogos umbwa to back
fairandbalanced wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:36 pm
Between mungiki and the monkeys, mungiki will always win.
This monkey here talks about myths while his fellow monkeys hump corpses, runs around naked at night with fire stick out of their stinky assholes, fingers themselves infront of kids and then smells it, still bathes in the river surrounded by children then fetches drinking water from the same spot, defacates in public and throws it. Kikuyus compared to these filthy monkeys are ions of civilization ahead, I laugh really hard everytime the word”luopean” is mentioned. The furthest tribe from European in Kenya are the luo whether it’s by looks or cultural practices.
people of goodwill should join together and free Kenya from the grip of heartless thieves.

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by True RV » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:24 pm

I cannot understand why these Jaluos hooligans are protesting against IEBC yet they are not going to vote in two weeks time. Why why?
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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by Roadrunner » Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:40 am

Hehehe Do you wanna try and move them?? :roll: :roll: :roll:
okoths72 wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:34 pm
Everything is in the CBD from parliament, police HQ. Office of the president IEBC offices etc so demonstrations must be there. Mungikis can move their businesses outside of the CBD.

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by Roadrunner » Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:50 am

Spoken like a true janeko who's is the local professional jater in your village tero buru tibim!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: janekos will never win :lol: :lol: :lol:
okoths72 wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:58 pm
Nyinyi ndiyo monkey munatomba wanyama ngombe paka etc. Filthy nogos umbwa to back
fairandbalanced wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:36 pm
Between mungiki and the monkeys, mungiki will always win.

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Re: Dr. Matiangi: Recommendations for public processions and demonstrations

Unread post by Kobra » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:24 am

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Kobra wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:39 am
1. Outlaw use of motorcycles and automobiles in demonstrations
2. Clearly designate authorized route and locations for demonstrations and picketing
3. Deploy barricades along the demonstration routes to protect public property
4. Outlaw any objects that may be used to hurt others
5. Outlaw use of branches and twigs
6. Whoever notifies the police for demonstrations must accompany the demonstrators
7. Communicate to public using print media and or radio/tv about planned demos and locations


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