Why Ruto is so Determined to Grab Jubilee Party

The ruling coalition has a comfortable two-thirds majority in parliament (including many bought defectors), yet William Ruto is extremely restless, and very fearful of Jubilee party, that has only a handful of MPs.

Any person who claims that battle for Jubilee is Uhuru Kenyatta Vs Kanini Kega/Sabina Chege must either be:

1. Lying deliberately, or;

2. Very naive.

It is Ruto who is determined to forcefully take control of Jubilee party.

Kanini and Sabina are mere puppets.

Interestingly, though Ruto has huge majority in parliament, meaning he can change the constitution if he wanted, he doesn’t appear to be interested in doing that.


Because he knows this parliamentary majority does not represent situation on the ground.

In Mt Kenya region, where all MPs support Ruto, there is belief among general public that they don’t currently have a “political kingpin” i.e. undisputed local leader.

This is despite the fact that the no. 2 in this regime comes from the region.

How is that possible?

Shouldn’t he be the automatic Mt Kenya “political kingpin”?

A lot of people in Mt Kenya region have started believing that they don’t appear to be represented in parliament, even if every constituency has an MP.

The only bill that has been taken to current parliament by a Mountain MP, was about demanding that retired president Uhuru Kenyatta’s pension must not be paid.

The bill was by KAGEGE MP for Gatundu South (Kagege, noun: Mt Kenya politician who is incapable of representing his/her constituents’ interests, because he is in William Ruto’s pocket).

Certainly, that wouldn’t help people of Gatundu South. It wouldn’t help people of Mt Kenya region. And it wouldn’t be of any assistance to Kenya in general.

NB: KAGEGE (plural – TUGEGE) comes from Gĩkũyũ word, kũgega, equivalent to Swahili word kuzubaa.

Increasingly, people from the Mountain have started describing their MPs/Senators as TUGEGE.

This is because, despite the many problems people in the region are having, these “elected” representatives, do not appear to be concerned…

Since this regime came into power, wananchi have seen:

– Coffee prices drop;

– Tea prices drop;

– Milk prices drop;

– Flooding of market with poisonous sugar;

– Flooding of Mountain region with suspicious, cheap alcohol;

– Rumours of presence of suspicious cheap maize & unga…

Locals would expect their “elected” representatives to highlight these problems, and push for solutions.

But their “elected” representatives cannot do that, because they are TUGEGE.

Ruto has been told by his local and foreign advisers that, if Jubilee (or any other party that is strong in Mt Kenya region) is allowed to operate independent of him, and push for solutions to these problems, his local TUGEGE would become useless, and start being seen as traitors.

On top of that, wananchi would start wondering how these TUGEGE became MPs/Senators/Governors/MCAs in the first place.

That would make the wool come off the peoples’ eyes…

According to Ruto’s advisers, such a scenario must be stopped from happening by all means necessary.

What Jubilee, or Any Other Party That is Serious About Being Major Player in Mt Kenya Politics Should Do

As soon as possible, appoint ACTING PARTY CHAIRMAN for each and every Mt Kenya constituency.

NO election must be held…because they will be infiltrated and interfered with, and TUGEGE sneaked in as winners.

Apart from being patriots, the persons appointed must be very knowledgeable about local issues, be good debaters, understand importance of regularly engaging with media/social media etc.

I am thinking about this kind of scenario: Acting Jubilee Party Chairman for, say, Gatundu South is appearing on certain TV/Radio, talking about issues I have written above, explaining how they should be solved, for the benefit of wananchi…

People from Gatundu South compare him and the joker who is supposed to represent their interests in parliament, and give him a score of 98%, while the KAGEGE MP gets 5%.

People will start waking up…

The “political vacuum” in Mt Kenya will be filled by the party that will be seen by the public as representing their interests (outside parliament, if not having MPs).

Jubilee is in best position to fill this vacuum.

However, any other party could also fill the vacuum, if they realise that the people want solutions to their problems, not whining, or insulting other local leaders.

As things stand, Ruto and his advisers believe Jubilee is angling to fill this vacuum, hence their determination to steal the party.

If Ruto uses state resources to grab Jubilee, that would be the end of multi-party democracy in Kenya.

Mt Kenya Kingpin

There has been a lot of talk in the Mountain about this issue.

Some politicians from the region blame Uhuru for “not grooming successor…”

Question: Has Uhuru prevented anyone from highlighting these issues I have written above?

Has he blocked anyone from going on TV/Radio and saying that, “when crooks are appointed to state jobs, they will steal, and our people will suffer?”

Wasn’t a known thief appointed as KRA Board chairman?

Has any “potential Mt Kenya kingpin” gone to the media, and explained how dangerous this is?

How it would lead to more contraband in the country?

How it would lead to non-inspected, tax-evaded, poisonous food items flooding the shops?

Hasn’t a former female Kiambu county employee, caught transporting millions of county funds in an obvious theft scheme 3 years ago, been recently appointed as PS?

Has any “potential Mt Kenya kingpin” gone to the media, and asked, if the appointing authority wanted to give the job to a person from the county, why not appoint a person not implicated in corruption?

Has any “potential Mt Kenya kingpin” gone on media/social media and asked why petrol, diesel, paraffin, and other fuels are more expensive in Kenya today than 1 year ago, yet price of crude oil has dropped from US$120 per barrel 12 months ago, to around $80 pb currently?

Hasn’t a Cabinet Secretary been implicated in diversion of contaminated sugar to local market?

Has he been sacked and prosecuted?


Has any of these “potential Mt Kenya kingpins” talked about this publicly?

If you really want to become the next Mt Kenya kingpin, start fighting for Mt Kenya people on the ground, in the media, and social media.

Do not demand to be made kingpin.

Start fighting for your people.

It is the people who will decide who will be their kingpin.


Reason Presence of Impostors in Kenya Remains a Secret

When I say there are IMPOSTORS in Kenya, I understand why most people don’t believe it, even though it is FACT.

I recall reading about a certain young man years ago, and on hindsight, I believe he was actually identifying himself as an impostor, yet no one believed his life story, not even the journalist who wrote about him.

I also did not believe a word of what the young man said, and I suppose everyone who read that article also agreed with the journalist that the man had serious mental illness.

It appeared that the motive behind the journalist writing about someone’s life story, that he didn’t believe was real, was because he thought maybe someone who read the article could offer the “sick” man help.

The journalist had met the young man in custody in Nairobi.

It is a long story.

I can’t recall exact date I read that newspaper article, but it was around 2002 (+/- 2 years).

I only remembered that story several months ago, and started thinking that, contrary to what I had thought about it then, it was very likely to be a true story, because it actually answered one very important question that has puzzled me about the impostors.


Those days, someone could remain in prison remand for long, even for petty crimes, and also even if you were innocent.

Most people arrested for petty crimes preferred to bribe police, or plead guilty in court, even if innocent, to avoid being kept in remand for months, or even years.

For capital crimes – murder/robbery with violence – some suspects stayed in remand for more than 7 years, as their cases dragged in court, whether guilty or innocent.

This journalist was a freelancer, who was not “well-connected”.

He had been arrested on a set-up, and stayed in remand in Nairobi for 1 month, before being released.

It was while in remand that he met the young man, who was in his early twenties (let me call him Imposter-X).

Imposter-X had been in prison remand for about 5 years.

That was quite strange, because he was not charged with a capital offence.

He was also not being taken to court.

Apparently, his file had “disappeared”.

Those days, govt files, including court registry files regularly got “lost”.

Therefore, the only way Imposter-X could leave remand, was if someone from the outside helped him/followed up his case.

But no relatives ever visited him.

No friends ever visited him.

It was not unusual for someone in remand to also be helped by other remanded persons, upon their being released.

Therefore, having no relatives and friends did not mean one had to stay in remand for ever.

Furthermore, there were lawyers who also offered free legal help to disadvantaged people.

But for good samaritans to help you, you first must give them your story about why you are in remand.

They must also believe your story.

However, if your story doesn’t add up…

If police arrested you for no good reason – just because they wanted you to stay in the cells over the weekend, and by Monday you would be so desperate to get out, that they could get a good bribe from your relatives…

Then, nobody comes to check on you…police get busy…

You end up in remand.

Days turn to weeks.

Remandees who are being released ask you who you want them to contact on your behalf, but you have NONE!

Not even neighbours?

How can you explain that?

And, of course, you can’t ask them to go to your country’s embassy in Nairobi.

They will believe you are hiding something, and get on with their lives.

NOTE: Those were days before mobile phones became common in Africa.

I don’t know how impostors contacted their Mossad “case officers”, or other impostors.

I also don’t know what were their instructions about what to do if they ever got arrested.

If, for security/secrecy reasons, a “case officer” never shared their home address with the impostors, how would the impostor contact him/her if they were in prison remand, and with no phone?

Conversely, when Imposter-X’s “case officer” noticed his disappearance, and started looking for him, how would he find him, if his charge file got “lost”, meaning no record of him in the prison or court?

Imposter-X sits in remand, hoping his “case officer” will somehow find him, and get him out.

Weeks turn to months.

His “case officer” never shows up.

Months turn to years. Still, his “case officer” is a no show.

Meanwhile, Imposter-X has been surviving courtesy of generosity of other remandees, all of them real Kenyans.

(Before police/prison reforms after Kibaki became president, remand food was never enough. Items like soap, slippers etc were supplied very rarely. Clothes? You had to buy…)

Imposter-X has been surviving by being provided food, soap, clothes etc by generous real Kenyans.

He starts believing his own people have abandoned him.

He has come to like these real Kenyans, but he cannot have any meaningful camaraderie with them, because his story doesn’t add up, and they all believe he is hiding something.

He is desperate to talk freely with other remandees.

The stress from not having any meaningful talk with another human being in years is killing him inside.

He can only relieve himself of this stress by telling them his true life story.

He is rotting in prison.

What is there to lose?

He starts telling fellow inmates about who he really is.

But nobody believes him.

He insists that he is telling the truth.

But the more he insists his story is true, the more they believe he must be mentally ill.

It is under these conditions that Imposter-X met the journalist, and told him about the story of his life.

The journalist also believed Imposter-X was totally nuts.

But he wrote the story and had it published in the newspaper.

When I saw that article those many years ago, I merely perused over, since I believed it was a story from a crazy person.

I now believe Imposter-X’s story to be true because there is something he said, that solves a major puzzle – Why (apart from Imposter-X) none of these Kenyan impostors has ever flipped, or told anyone about who they really are.

They study for years in Kenyan schools & colleges, but never, even once, disclose their secret, yet they are then quite young.

They get married to real Kenyans, yet apparently, also never, even once, disclose their secret to their spouse…

Imposter-X explained why, yet we all thought he was just insane.

I hope one day I will have the chance to find that article and read it slowly.

NB: It was written when KE newspapers were many years away from posting their entire papers online.

Very, Very Strange, But True

If you tell a random Kenyan that Pastor Dorcas, Veronica Maina, Faith Gitau, Rahab Mukami etc. are impostors, brought to Kenya by Mossad, they will tell you that is impossible.

Ask them why they think it is impossible, but they cannot give a logical answer.

I guess many people deny this FACT about these impostors because they haven’t heard it happen anywhere else.

Also, most people assume that, if something that strange and unusual happened, they would definitely have heard about it (before you told them).

They also believe, correctly, that you are not an expert in this field, so how could you possibly know what others do not know?

Personally, I think the best way to analyse these cases is to first accept that there is a lot that happens in the world that we do not know about.

Furthermore, there is a lot that happens in the world, where people are fed lies as to the cause, and believe those lies, because they are bombarded with information backing those lies, and contradicting any truths.

I will give a simple Kenyan example – High electricity prices:

A lot of Kenyans were made to believe that certain prominent citizens were the cause of high electricity prices.

They held demos…went to court…hoping to have these prominent Kenyans prosecuted, and stopped from fleecing electric power consumers.

They campaigned for the current ruling party, believing they would deal with the Energy ministry/KPLC/Electricity Mafia, since current ruling party were/are known to hate the prominent citizens allegedly behind the Energy ministry/KPLC/Electricity Mafia.

With current ruling party in power, electricity bills went up, not down.

Therefore, Kenyans genuinely fighting for low power bills were deliberately fed lies (by who?) so they could target innocent Kenyans, believing they were behind Energy ministry/KPLC/Electricity Mafia.

Currently, most of these activists have either gone underground, or reduced their social media presence, or completely stopped talking about KPLC power bills – Probably due to confusion and shock.

I repeat: There is a lot that happens in the world that you & I do not understand what the real causes are.

All I know about high electricity prices in Kenya is:

1. The bills are greatly exaggerated, and it is deliberate.

2. This has been going on for many years.

3. It is not a problem that can be solved in isolation. The many lies spread about certain issues in the country – and unfortunately believed by a lot of Kenyans – are meant to make people chase shadows, while those sabotaging the country have a field day conquering the nation.

Back to the impostors.

If you can be fed lies about electric power, and enough resources used to make sure you believe those lies, imagine the kind of resources they use – online and on the ground – to make sure you don’t know about the impostors, and that, even if you read about it, you won’t believe it?

What I do know is that, if these impostors were outed, say, 15 years ago, it would have been possible for more people to believe it, than currently, because those days, anyone could post articles online and they would propagate normally…be read by many people.

Nowadays, articles that can give weight to something they don’t want known, they outrightly shadow ban it, or even completely de-index it, so no one can see it.

If that doesn’t work, they hit the website with DDoS.

The issue of impostors can be given more weight by other articles online, but they are de-indexed (unreachable through normal search), or hammered with DDoS.

Therefore, even if you are curious, you don’t get the resources to investigate and either confirm it, or see it could be possible…

NB: I have written above about 15 years ago…No wonder most of these impostors were already in the country, but they generally lay low…They were unleashed publicly in 2017 & later, after info-control reached the levels we have today.


Whenever people who share same mother tongue and know each other meet, they get that urge to automatically converse in the vernacular.

I wonder whether when Pastor Dorcas Rigathi, Veronica Maina & other impostors meet, they speak their non-Kenyan mother tongue, and what do they say about Kenyans generally?

Maybe the conversation goes as follows (speaking in their mother tongue, TRANSLATED):

Pastor: Hi! How is the country treating you?

Veronica: Hi! All good. Nothing to worry about.

Pastor: Do you sometimes wonder, they might believe the lies said about us (they are trained to speak like that, just in case…)?

Rahab Mukami: There was a time I thought everyone was suspicious of me…when that ****** wrote about me…

Faith Gitau: Kĩu kĩmũndũ, nĩ kĩĩ kĩũru nakĩo?

Veronica: Don’t even think about that. What is important is that nobody will ever believe that we are not Kenyans.

Ann Mvurya: I am not so sure about that…I think some Kenyans know, or at least suspect…

Pastor: Never harbour such thoughts. Kenyans may think you are mysterious, but they would never believe your true life story even if you told them.

Faith: Amen to that.

NOTE: There are several Kenyan politicians who have imposters embedded into them, including Rigathi Gachagua, Moses Kuria, Kimani Ichung’wah, Irungu Kang’ata, Ann Waiguru etc.