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Heavily Armed Police Detain Miguna Miguna At Mtwapa, Blocked From Attending NASA Peoples Assembly At Kikambala, Kilifi

FB_IMG_1513536882700.jpgMiguna Miguna was detained the better part of today Sunday afternoon somewhere along Mtwapa by military or police since 4 pm as he headed for the NASA meeting. By 5pm he was still at scene and the crowd was building.

“More than 30 police officers led by the Mtwapa OCPD have stopped me from traveling on the road to the hotel where The Right Hon. Raila Odinga is”.- Miguna Miguna.FB_IMG_1513536886294

Meanwhile are the resolutions of the Coast Peoples Assembly:


We the leaders of the Coast Region, representing the Counties of Lamu, Tana River, Kilifi, Mombasa, Kwale and Taita Taveta, gathered here today to confer and consult on our regional agenda for the People’s Assembly. We are honored by the presence of our President H.E. Raila Amolo Odinga and leaders from other parts of the republic who have graced this historic occasion.

It is not by accident that the Coast Region is leading the way setting the People’s Assembly in motion.  The Coast is a crucible of the historical injustices that has made it necessary and imperative to convene the People’s Assembly.  Our deliberations today have been characterized by outpouring of emotions and unwavering resolve to bring to an end once and for all the betrayal and suffering of the people of the Coast by successive administrations that have denied generations of our people the fruits of independence.  It is time to end this bitter harvest.  To this end, we have resolved as follows:

To reiterate that we do not recognize the illegitimate presidency of Uhuru Kenyatta, and to state in no uncertain terms that we shall not accept the institutionalization of sham elections in Kenya.  There will be no business as usual until a democratically elected President assumes office.

To reiterate our unwavering support and loyalty to H.E Raila Amolo Odinga, the rightful President of the Republic of Kenya.

To participate and support fully the Peoples Assembly process until we restore democracy or go our separate ways.

To put Uhuru Kenyatta and the Jubilee administration on notice that we shall not sit by as the operations of the Port of Mombasa are relocated to the hinterland. Coastal resources, including the Port of Mombasa are our God given endowment, and so it shall remain.

To observe that we recognize the Jubilee administration’s political agenda of dismantling the 2010 Constitution in the manner and for the reasons that the Jomo Kenyatta administration dismantled the independence constitution, thereby abrogating the Lancaster House settlement between the Coastal Strip and the Kenya colony.

To invoke our right to self-determination as enshrined in Article 1 of the International Declaration of Human Rights and to pursue this as provided for in the Constitution of Kenya 2010.

To convene a self-determination convention as a matter of urgency.



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DRAMA: Uhuru’s 80 Year Old Cousin Hon Beth Mugo REJECTED by MPs to Chair PSC

Hon. Beth Mugo (78 years old, born in 1939)

There was drama in Statehouse as a section of Jubilee parliamentarians have opposed President Uhuru Kenyatta’s nominees to the Parliamentary Service Commission.

The President had nominated his cousin Hon Beth Mugo (78 years old, born in 1939), Hon Adan Keynan and Naomi Shaban to Parliamentary Service Commission, who were all opposed by Jubilee legislators. They have vowed to table a rejection motion in Parliament later.

They said that both Beth Mugo and Adan Keynan would not take care of their interests claiming they had failed to do so during the last Parliament when they sat in the commission. As for Naomi Shabaan, they said that she did not deserve the nomination since she had served as the Deputy Majority Leader in the last Parliament.

The MPs met today at State House to decide on viable candidates for the membership of the Parliamentary Service Commission as well as nominate chairpersons of various House committees. Among those nominated to chair House committees include: Rachael Nyamai (Lands), Sabina Chege (Health), William Cheptumo (Justice and Legal Affairs), Ali Wario (Labour), Kanini Kega (Energy), Katoo Ole Metito Defense, Paul Koinange (Security) Kimani Ichungwa (Transport ) Jeremiah Kioni (Cohesion) Joseph Limo (Finance) and Kareke Mbiuki (Environment).

The MPs have also complained over the nomination of the chairpersons saying they were mostly dominated by Central and Rift Valley regions. They also grumbled about the naming of committee chairs by the President calling it a departutre from the tradition of such committees choosing their chairs.

The Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) chaired by National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi was bound to be a battleground for new commissioners or lawmakers. Parliament sits today (Wednesday) to discuss the names and its not clear whether the dissenting Jubilee MPs will change their minds.



Nyeri MCA Peter Weru collapses and dies suddenly in a common trend

25348709_165566630716740_8146545576914574190_nA ward representative from Nyeri County has died in a trend which has become too familiar to personnel in bad books with jubilee. It’s either “you do not wake up” or “you collapse suddenly” or “it’s an accident” said one concerned Kenya citizen in Naivasha.

Ruguru MCA Peter Weru who died on Tuesday faced the one scenario explained above. He passed on while receiving treatment at Outspan Hospital, Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga said.

He suffered a heart attack, Dr Jeff Muigai, the medical officer in charge at the hospital said.

He was rushed to Jamii Hospital and later transferred to Outspan Hospital in Nyeri town after his condition worsened.


“He went into cardiac arrest when he was Jamii Hospital and decision made that he needed to be under intensive care unit. We received him in a very critical condition,” he said.

Mr Weru was forced to cut short his speech during Jamhuri Day celebration at Nduduini Primary School in Mathira Constituency when he felt dizzy.

He took his seat and complained of a headache. He was immediately rushed to Jamii Hospital in Karatina town using Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua’s vehicle who was also attending the ceremony.

According to Nyeri County Assembly Speaker John Kaguchia doctors at the hospital tried to stabilise him but his condition worsened.

Mr Weru, who was serving as the chair of the Health committee, had attended special sitting at the assembly on Monday and appeared to be in good health. Mr Kaguchia described him as a friendly, reasonable and mature politician.

“He was a person who would resolve situation sin a very composed manner. Our prayer is that God spares the county from any other calamity,” Kaguchia said.

Nyeri County Majority Leader James Kanyugo called for investigations in to the death of his colleagues to rule out foul play.

“We hope and pray that this is a natural death but we want investigation conducted so we can rule out foul play,” He said.

The deceased had a pending election petition before a Karatina court where Mr James Ndegwa Macharia is seeking to nullify the election

The deceased had 4,046 votes against the petitioner’s 3,407 votes.

His brother Nahashon, described him as a polite and selfless man.

He has left behind a wife and two children.

Internal Security Minister Joseph Ole Nkaissery died suddenly on or July 7th,  2017 after being taken to hospital in Nairobi.

A malady, whose causes are still to be verified, stashed the man at the helm of national security operations in view of the next delicate presidential vote.

Nkaissery, of the Maasai tribe, had been elected by Uhuru Kenyatta in 2014 to replace then Minister Lenku, who was deemed not to be in need of securing a country’s stability in national defense, especially in relation to extremism.

Early that day, Nkaissery had been alongside Uhuru Kenyatta during a saba saba celebration at Uhuru Park Nairobi.


More follows.




EXPOSED: The Behind Scenes that Led To Raila Calling Off Swearing In, Who Betrayed Who.

NASA Coalition principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi in a past photo. Both of them are currently engaged in major cold war after Raila Odinga exits the political stage due to fraudulent agenda.  

By Kamasasa E

What really transpired?

1. The swearing in was to go on. All preparations made at Tononoka grounds coast. Tickets booked and speeches made.

2. Kalonzo from Germany called Raila asking him to put on hold the searing in. Musalia and Wetangula joined the fray of advising Raila to shelve the swearing in until further notice.

3. The diplomatic core arrives at capital hill to meet the NASA leadership led by Bishop Oginde. Since Musalia and Wetangula were riding on the bus of shelving the swearing in, Raila delegates the duo to meet the ambassadors who were already seated in Raila’s office. Governor Kivutha Kibwana was also around to represent Kalonzo.

4. The diplomatic core refuses to engage the NASA team until Raila is in attendance. Raila kept them waiting for long. Musalia and Wetangula had to work extremely hard to bring on board Raila. Raila finally agrees to meet the ambassadors. Talked very less and more of the time kept mute. In the few statements Raila uttered he repeatedly dwelt on ELECTORAL REFORMS and why the police killed innocent Kenyans who welcomed him back in Nairobi.
The last word Raila tells the diplomatic core is that swearing in is on. No matter mater what.

5. Musalia+Kalonzo+Wetangula accepts the call from the diplomatic core to shelve the swearing in and get down on a negotiation table. A message Uhuru gave the ambassadors to pass over to the NASA leadership. Its the ambassadors who decide to plan for the dialogue and mediate with help of clergy led by Bishop Oginde.

6. Both Musalia and Wetangula intensifies talking to Raila for the need to shelve the swearing in alleging that many Kenyans will be killed. Pressure from the NASA principals makes Raila cave in but distances himself from the resolutions. He decided to keep mute. Wetangula, Musalia and Kibwana prepares a written speech to shelve the swearing in. You will note Raila didnt sign the speech. No ODM senior leader signed the speech too.

7. Since Musalia+Kalonzo+Wetangula are the ones who bought the idea from the ambassadors, Raila gives them go ahead to do the dialogue. Today NASA team led by Musalia are to meet Uhuru plus his team at a neutral place in Nairobi to dialogue and negotiate. The moderators are the ambassadors with the help of the clergy.

Well, lets see what comes from the meeting.

LESSON: If you plan to do something with any Luhya, ask the meaning of the word MULEMBE. Its means PEACE. Since Musalia and Wetangula are my seniors, I will give them my ear. Hope they wont be shortchanged and start crying foul in a near future. But expect Raila not to be part of the government of national unity. He may consider too retiring from politics or stick to the check point bench.24852619_1304710709634322_6969394514295374042_n24909637_1304710656300994_3852204050589111616_n24991091_1304710602967666_448135372706669818_n

NASA Coalition principals  Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula in a past photo.


Tanzanian journalist missing after reporting on murders

Azory Gwanda, a reporter for the Mwananchi and The Citizen newspapers


A Tanzanian journalist who reported on a string of murders of officials and police has been missing for the past two weeks, the two newspapers he works for have said.

Azory Gwanda, a reporter for the Mwananchi and The Citizen newspapers, wrote several articles investigating attacks in Kibiti District in Pwani Province, which surrounds Tanzania’s main city of Dar es Salaam.


Some 10 police officers and a similar number of local administrative officials have been killed by mystery motorcycle attackers.

Gwanda’s wife said he vanished on November 21, after he left in a white Toyota Land Cruiser with unknown people on an “emergency trip”, telling her he would return the following evening.

“She became alarmed after he failed to return home and all his numbers could not be (reached) since the day he departed,” the newspapers said in a statement on Monday.


Police are investigating the case. The newspapers, part of the East African Nation Media Group, called on them to “speed up the investigation.”

Police say they have now broken up the gang of motorcycle assassins.

The motives behind the attacks remained unclear, although President John Magufuli hinted in June the attacks might have been religiously motivated, with some blaming Islamic extremists.

Rufiji Special zone police commander Mr. Onesmo Lyanga

BREAKING: Dr Ndii Missing At Diani Police Station, May Have Been Transfired To Nairobi

NASA chief strategist Dr David Ndii

NASA chief strategist Dr David Ndii who was arrested on Sunday evening and briefly detained at Diani Police station cannot be traced.

Family and party officials could not find him. Police will modt likely transfer him to Nairobi via road using old flyinh squard Peogeot cards.

Ealier it was reported thus:

Officers from the flying squad have a few minutes ago arrested David Ndii over his recent remarks about the People’s Assembly.

Ndii was picked from his Leopard Beach Hotel in Kwale where the police had earlier surrounded it something that prompted NASA leader Raila Odinga to ask him not to cooperate with the Police until governors Ali Hassan Joho of Mombasa and his Kilifi counterpart Amason Kingi get in touch with him.

According to sources, Ndii was arrested by a Mr Aleng Peter Gimwani of the Flying Squad together with five other officers.

Alenga who picked Ndii a few minutes ago from Leopard Beach Hotel, told Ndii’s wife that they were taking him to Diani Police Station however efforts to trace Ndii did not bear any fruits as it has been established that he is not at the station.

When contacted, the Coast region police commandant Larry Kieng said he had no idea of any arrest.



BREAKING: Raila NASA Names 7 Member Team To End Uhuru Presidency via People’s Assembly

Kenyan opposition leader Odinga from the National Super Alliance coalition arrives for a hearing of a petition challenging the election result at the Supreme Court in Nairobi
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga (2R) from the National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition arrives for a hearing of a petition challenging the election result at the Supreme Court in Nairobi, Kenya August 28, 2017. REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Raila Odinga’s NASA coalition has unveiled a seven-member organising committee to map out the People’s Assembly to enable country end Uhuru Kenyatta rule

In a briefing on Friday, former Kakamega Senator Hon Dr Boni Khalwale said the team will make sure Kenya embarks on the final pillar of restoring democracy, just government and legitimate leadership.

The committee will have David Ndii, Judy Sijeny, Hamida Kibwana, Mutakha Kangu, Oduor Ong’wen, Koitamet Olekina and Peter Mathuki.

“They will deliberate on and produce the roadmap towards the achievement of objectives through the assembly which will lead us to a free and fair election or the path of self-determination,”
 Khalwale said.

Khalwale said the work of the Organising Committee will be to guide, facilitate and coordinate the programme of the various assemblies across the country.

“It will further set up and oversight a national secretariat that will be the centre for the activities of these assemblies among other duties,” he said.

The former senator said Kenyans cannot accept the “blatant usurpation of power” by the Jubilee administration.

“This unashamed abuse was plain for all the world to see when we sought to hold a peaceful, memorial service for 26 supporters killed by trigger-happy security forces,” he said.