Posted on 30 March 2012.
THE DEATH OF PHOTOGRAPHER CHARLIE GRIEVES-COOK: MODEL DIANA NEKOYE SIFUNA, THE KENYAN POLICE AND THE PRESS
2012/03/14 The Sifunas: Thank you for highlighting this. The Kenyan police have no qualms exposing their sub-standard methods of investigations. To think that they could even fax a handwritten report is mind boggling.
JONATHAN MOI, JULIE WARD AND THE NAIROBI LAW MONTHLY ‘ARTICLE’ BY ‘JOHN WARD’: FAKE, HOAX OR JUST BAD JOURNALISM?
LATEST: JOHN WARD, JONATHAN MOI, KODIPO, THE MURDER OF JULIE WARD AND THE NAIROBI LAW MONTHLY ARTICLE
2012/03/22 Katy Fentress: I am confused by your allegations that you present in this article.
1. If john ward didn’t write the article surely by now he would have publicly denounced the Nairobi law monthly
2. Why would the Nairobi law monthly lie so very obviously? Surely they wouldn’t risk their reputation by printing something totally false?
I’m sorry your arguments have so far failed to convince me.
2012/03/23 Admin: Thanks for your comments, and we are sorry we have failed to convince you. As we have said, there seems to be more to this story than meets the eye, but our further investigations are taking more time than expected, but we will return to this story when we have something concrete. Our suspicions arise from the issue that the “Jonathan Moi killed Julie Ward” angle relies heavily on the testimony of the late Valantinus Kodipo, who, we know from articles by John Ward (and others) in the past had been totally dismissed as an unreliable witness. For him to now reverse this stance we find very odd. John Ward has consistently said for over 20 years that his objective was to find the culprit(s) and bring them to book. He is no fool, and knows that using Kodipo’s witness statement to move a trial would get him nowhere.
As for the Nairobi Law Monthly, we are far from convinced of its motives, reputation, or veracity. The slating and accusations aimed at Eddy Njoroge by the NLM in January has already been pretty much publicly debunked, and we are surprised no law suit has emerged. In Nov. 2011 the NLM similarly attacked Miguna Miguna, and today we see he has successfully won his law suit against them: http://thejackalnews.com/media-news/news-media/1743-nairobi-law-monthly-publisher-ahmednassir-abdullahi-to-may-miguna-miguna-ksh-14-million-and-apologise
WHAT IS TO BE DONE? TWO YEARS TO GO TO KENYA’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE
2011/12/13 Ken Shawawa: We’ve got a lot of talented football players in this country and still up to now we’ve been poor especially in international fixtures. We need this to be sorted out as Kenya is a football loving nation and it’s unfair if our own teams cannot challenge well in major tournament.
2011/12/13 Darius Njugush: The government should quicken ways of getting some government documents, e.g. business registration certificates, IDs, passports,..
2011/12/14 Bianca Naliaka: The craziness on the roads should be dealt with… and less congestion too, roads should be expanded and more diversions created to ease up traffic.
Corruption too should be [dealt with], small business vendors should enjoy their earnings rather than have the corrupt people from the city council take away all their days earnings…
2011/12/14 Annitah: The government needs to secure our borders and flex its muscles as far as the issue is concerned. The Migingo Island dispute between the country and Uganda is an embarrassment to the nation. The kidnappings of foreigners on the Kenyan soil by the Al- Shaabab militia that led to the Operation Linda Nchi invasion in Somalia would have been controlled if our borders had been secure in the first place.
THE ICC RULING IN THE HAGUE AND KENYA’S POST ELECTION VIOLENCE LATEST: IMPACT AND REACTION
2012/01/24 Otuoro James: What surprised [me] is that those who have been talking against Ocampo are the one’s that were confirmed. This proves the say that says that empty debe makes a lot of noise.
2012/01/24 Lily Tala: Thanks a lot to ICC, justice has been done, we are on prayer as a nation for everyone even the four of our brothers charged.
THE MURDER OF DR ROBERT OUKO: WHY IT MATTERS AND WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
2012/02/10 Star: We have more than just one out of a million murders which have not been talked about, and all are more important but the named out are sum people weapon to fight and win their corrupt kingdom, they could solve it when the incident happened but not now when our minds are collided with stories – Hague, campaign, al-shabab, I.D.P’s, jobless, education lacking, development, discrimation. God we have more to look at.
2012/02/10 Njugush: I wonder if we’ll ever find the killer!!
This article kicked off quite a thread on http://www.nipate.com
see http://nipate.com/dr-ouko-s-22nd-aniversary-facts-established-t10671.html and had an airing on rcbowen kenya talk toohttp://kenya.rcbowen.com/talk/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=20786&p=128497&hilit=ouko+nipate#p128497
MARIANNE BRINER-MATTERN, SEX, LIES AND ‘CORRUPTION’: THE MURDER OF DR ROBERT OUKO AND WHITE MISCHIEF IN KENYA (PART 2) – RAILA ODINGA AND A WOMAN SCORNED
A younger Marianne Briner Mattern
2012/03/02 Jagodbura: This lady, “MARIANNE BRINNER-MATTERN”, has alleged had intimate relationships with many political elites in Kenya, (A) Dr. Njoroge Mungai (B) former president arap Moi (c) claimed she was reportedly raped by Jeff Koinange while he was still working with CNN. In fact this alleged rape was one of the reasons resulting in Mr. Koinange being fired from CNN.
The question Kenyans must ask themselves, why are Kenyan political elites so attracted to someone who could be a SPY for some foreign government? Who is this woman spying for and why are our Kenyan elites unable to only touch with 2,000 miles pole? Why is the security of Kenyan people hanging on the thin the string being dangled by this suspicious woman?
WESTERN ‘IMMORALITY’ vs AFRICAN CULTURE? YOUNG KENYANS COMMENT ON YESTERDAY’S POSTING: ‘KENYA, RELIGION, GAY RIGHTS, THE UNITED NATIONS, AND US FOREIGN POLICY’
2012/02/13 Pharis: It is sad and very unfortunate to see how ‘we’, young Kenyans have sold our souls to the devil. A documentary I watched yesterday is proof of this. Why have we let the western culture corrode our morals this much?… Prostitutes want to be heard and respected, to add insult to injury, the documentary on Kenyan gays. This is a clear display of evil to the brim and I feel we should do something fast
2012/02/03 Patrick: In terms of moral values? The west can now teach Sodom and Gomorrah some horrific lessons. They have what I call moral corruption. And being exactly who they are – Hippocrates, they look at Africa and Africans through one eye and see only financial corruption, human suffering, diseases and governance incompetence. If Africa can polish up its act on the these and maintain high moral values while totally rejecting unnecessary aid in the clothing of neocolonialism and tried to gay rights and so called human rights (the meaning varies dependent on which side you are) Africa will be surprised at what level of economic growth it can achieve. After all Africa is now the last frontier for resources while it has provided human resources as fodder to the Middle East, West and I hope not to the East. It is time now for Africa.
2012/03/25 Mike Heery: Wish they had decent police in Kenya… no jokes about it, it’s scary for foreigners…
2012/03/26 Admin: Hi Mike. We promise we’ll beef up this section in time and include some Kenyan police humour… although admittedly its difficult to make light of extra judicial killings, corruption theft and the all to frequent “tip”…
Q: Why did the Kenyan policeman cross the road?… A: To get to the other bribe!