The straight-shooting Dr Ndii recently said that the current spate of unearthing mega corruption scandals in the Jubilee regime is aimed at finishing one William Ruto politically.
Let that sink in for a moment. There is no reason to doubt that the cerebral economist might be actually right on this. It is true that the owners of Kenya can finish Ruto any time they want, especially if the system doesn’t want him to become president in 2022. That is something he should have seen coming.
If you’ve some know-how on the way things work in this oligarchy called Kenya, then you should know that the NIS is likely to have a dossier the size of two bibles on W.S. Ruto’s dealings since he was a mere chicken merchant in Uasin Gishu some 30 years back. They won’t hesitate to use the information to their advantage.
Now, that is one lethal weapon that can be used against any politician who is as ferociously ambitious as Ruto. The plot thickens when the said politician has some dark dealings or smiley skeletons in his closet. I suspect Ruto can’t miss having some.
However, that’s not my main concern. I have just been wondering about the motive behind Dr Ndii’s public confirmation of what some of us have been suspecting all along, and even actually pointed out before.
I am sure it can’t be that Dr Ndii suddenly started growing fond of Ruto lately. Neither can the fiery economist be sympathetic to Ruto’s current predicament, if at all the hustler is indeed the biggest target of the ongoing purge on corruption. Dr Ndii is known to be one of the fiercest critics of the Uhuruto regime.
Whatever Dr Ndii’s motive was, when he aptly described what the sudden surge in unearthing the rampant looting in the Jubilee government is all about, during a recent appearance on KTN’s #CheckPoint; one thing is clear: it’s a very difficult time to be William Ruto, if he is indeed targeted.
There seems to be a clear pattern of gradual sidelining of the DP ahead of 2022, with some politicians in Jubilee openly saying that Ruto is not assured of a direct Jubilee ticket in 2022.
But wait a minute. Who is this saint called Ruto that a serious purge against corruption might just him bring down with a thud that may cause seismic reverberations across the corrupt continent of Africa? perhaps, that’s for you to make your own conclusions.
You see, I don’t give a hoot about who gets finished in the irredeemably corrupt Jubilee regime. In fact, the faster these hyenas finish each other the better for all us. This is without any shred of doubt the most corrupt regime Kenya has ever had since independence.
Let them tighten the noose around each other’s necks until they puke and excrete whatever they have eaten (from the hapless Kenyan taxpayers) from all openings on their bodies. There shouldn’t be any mercy for these ruthless Jubilee looters. This kind of looting can’t happen without big fish in government being involved.
Don’t these guys carry loaded guns in their pockets during those cabinet meetings? I am imagining of a scenario where they can disagree and decide go hammer and tongs at each other in one of those meetings.
For once, they should make good use of those guns and shoot the hell out of each other in their next Meeting of meat eaters. None of them can say that he is clean.
That way, they will save us a lot of resources spent in the wild goose chase that the EACC and the Kenyan police love calling “thorough investigations”.
Truth is, nobody in Jubilee can say he or she is not involved in corruption. If there is anybody in the government who has not stolen from the public, then he or she is an accomplice. This includes those voters who insisted on TANO TENA in last year’s general elections.
We desperately need to begin with a clean slate, after kicking all these guys out of office. The current government, – beginning with the executive, all the MPs, MCAs, senators and some governors- need to be overhauled. That’s the only way we can begin winning the fight against corruption.
Meanwhile, let the witch hunt continue. Watu walimane ndani ya Jubilee Sawa Sawa. Finya mtu kabisa. In fact, the drama just started. More popcorns, please!