Since it was first published in July 2011 at KSB, “Kenya-Stockholm’s Survival Mannual in the Underground” has continued to attract attention of many bloggers and online news channels. The clip above published by “Etho Press” is the latest to highlight the content of the manual which it describes as forming a “spectacular reading”. KSB will soon update the manual to bring its potential users “up to speed” with the latest developments.
Kenyan believed in Europeans and delivered goods before payment
A Swedish businessman has allegedly swindled a Kenyan businessman more than half a million Kenyan shillings in a business-gone-sour deal. Claes Engberg, a resident of Båstad municipality in Sweden, has allegedly refused to pay Mr. Hezton Kamau a total of USD$ 6,480 (SEK 41,902) after Mr. Kamau delivered fishing flies which his company, Katherter Technologies, manufactures mainly for the European, American and Scandinavian markets.
According to Mr. Kamau, he met Mr. Claes through an advertisement the Kenyan made for his company at the Alibaba website. Following the advert, Claes sent Kamau an email seeking to discuss business.
Kamau told KSB that, “he emailed me and introduced himself, we exchanged communication regarding doing business together and drew up a contract. Being a newcomer to deals with Swedish nationals I agreed that I would send the fish flies then receive payments after sending the goods”.
For beginners, fish flies are used for sport fishing and are usually attached to the hook as a bait to lure fish in water. According to Kamau, his Company manufactures fishing hooks “and add bodies onto the fishing hooks to imitate a insects and other small baits like beetle, grasshoppers, small fish etc”.
To seal the deal, an agreement between the two businessmen was drawn and duly signed by the two parties. It stated in part that “This agreement is made and entered into by and between the parties concerned on 15.12.2011 in Sweden and Kenya on the basis of equality and mutual benefit to develop business on terms and conditions mutually upon as follows…”.
The agreement then went on to detail the intricacies of the business after which Kamau got to work in what he viewed as his biggest contract ever since he went into the fish fly making business. The fact that demand was coming from Sweden was very positive because he knew that payment wouldn’t be a problem since he trusted Europeans and believed that no European would swindle a struggling businessman in Africa, more so, Kenya where President Barack Obama comes from.
To ensure that everything went smoothly, Kamau accepted to be paid only after he had delivered the goods. It was the first time he was dealing with a Swedish national and he was very determined to prove that he could deliver high quality goods since he believed that once he convinced his Swedish partner about his reliability, payment would be no problem. However, matters took a dramatic turn-around because as soon as Kamau delivered goods worth more than half a million Kenyan shillings, Claes vanished into thin air, never to be seen again.
As Kamau got to work, some fish-fly making materials were missing in Kenya and Claes readily agreed to acquire them from a Company in the United Kingdom called Veniard. Kamau told KSB that some of the most expensive materials used in the production of the fish flies could only be found in Kenya and consequently, he purchased them. The Kenyan said that according to an agreement with Claes, the Swede would deduct any monies he used in the purchase of materials from Veniard from Kamau’s final payment and that the deductions would clearly be documented. The agreement on the payment stated that:
“The price for each individual transaction shall be fixed through negotiations between party A and party B and subject to party A’s final confirmation. The first payment will be 50% within 30 days after delivery and the second payment 50% will be within 60 days after delivery. Payment shall be through T/T i.e Telegraphic Transfer. Prices will not rise more than 6% per year”.
Once Kamau accumulated enough invoices, he said that he “sent him and asked him kindly to advance the funds so that I could keep the factory running and get my well-deserved monetary benefit”.
The Kenyan added that “he emailed me on July 28th 2012 and promised to send me between USD3000 – USD4000. By the end of the following week, he had not paid a single coin and when I tried to contact him, he dismissed me buy saying that he is taking his family for a holiday”.
“When I later tried to push him to advance me the funds, he said that he is the one who bought materials! My question to him was: what about the costs I had incurred in buying extra materials, courier charges, import duty for the materials, payment of my staff, payment of the factory rent and other overheads? He then cut out all communication”, a bitter Kamau told KSB.
Further, Kamau told KSB that Claes also never paid Veniard their full dues and that the company is also looking for him to pay up his bills. At the Swedish Registration of Companies, Claes’ company, which bears his name as Company name, is listed as “inactive”.
Kamau’s problem is that all of Claes’ friends whom the Swede introduced to him through mail are no longer taking his phone calls while Claes has himself disappeared. Kamau is appealing for help from anybody who may know the whereabouts of Claes to get in touch with him through KSB so that the Swede can be made to pay his bills. Kamau says that he has all the documents related to the business including all contracts and agreements, all vouchers he sent to Claes, all courier receipts together with a copy of Claes Swedish Passport which he obtained from the Swede to confirm his Identity before he entered into business with him.
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The underpinning reasons for the desire to choose Brigadier Muhoozi Kainerugaba as a successor to his father is the First Family’s survival strategy in a post-Museveni era in Uganda. To achieve that objective, Gen. Yoweri Museveni needs a poodle. A servile or obsequious person, a person trusted to a fault to guarantee Museveni’s future and protect his loot as well as prevent independent investigations into the Luwero, Teso and Northern Uganda mass murders by the regime. A servile successor will ensure that Museveni and his cohorts will never be prosecuted for the serious crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes including crimes of massive corruption and abuse of office.
The choice of his son, Baby Museveni, otherwise known as Muhoozi, is a logical one, particularly for a desperate Commander-in-Chief of the army, NRA/UPDF, who does not want to end up like Ben Ali of Tunisia, Muammar Gadhafi of Libya or Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.
The crimes Gen. Museveni has committed against the Ugandan civilian population since 1981 weighs, or should weigh, heavily on him. Similarly, the alleged crimes he committed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) –the massacres of Congolese civilians and plundering of Congo’s resources– will not go away; for such crimes have no statute of limitation.
Gen. Museveni needs protection particularly when he is no longer president and exercises no executive and military power. He will be extremely vulnerable to national and international criminal prosecutions. However, the choice of Muhoozi to succeed his father, while appealing to Museveni, may not fully protect him. Papa Doc tried and imposed his son on Haitian people. After his death, such succession did not protect Baby Doc and family.
Now a Ugandan general who still reported to Museveni, Gen. David Sejusa Tinyefuza’s disclosure that there is a “Muhoozi Project” for succession, is therefore not a surprise. It is also not a surprise that persons opposed to the idea of Muhoozi replacing his father as president of Uganda may be targeted for assassination. Gen. Tinyefuza wrote a letter published in Uganda’s The Daily Monitor, asking that the rumors be investigated. He said he and prime minister Amama Mbabazi were included as some of the alleged targets.
The track record of the National Resistance Army/National Resistance Army (NRA/NRM) suggests that since its formation and throughout its existence, for a variety of reasons, the NRA/NRM has eliminated, and continues to eliminate, those it considers undesirables from within and without its rank. Those undesirables are generally known as “biological substance”. The undesirables description has since been expanded to include “cockroaches” and that is one of the reasons Gen. Tinyefuza was afraid, that on arrival at Entebbe in Uganda from London, he may have been arrested like a “cockroach”. Gen Tinyefuza is best placed to know how the NRA/NRM treats cockroaches as the presidential advisor on security matters. If in doubt, ask Daniel Omara Atubo, a former minister of State for Defense, one of Tinyefuza’s victims who were treated as a cockroach, by being publicly flogged, humiliated and thrown in detention for one year before being released.
Presidents have been prosecuted in the past
The derogatory term “cockroach” is used by the NRA/NRM to dehumanize its “enemies” in a similar manner used against victims during the Rwanda genocide.The NRA/NRM historical record demonstrates that it has always been careful to leave a window of opportunity for a “plausible deniability” explanation of many political killings by creating alternative versions of causes of death of persons suspected to have been murdered by the agents of the regime.
The untimely death of the young Brig. Noble Mayombo is one such recent example. Similarly, unexplained deaths of Dr. Andrew Kayira, a former minister in the NRM government, the former Vice- President Gilbert Bukenya’s son, former Speaker of Parliament Francis Ayume and former Member of Parliament Ms. Cerinah Nebanda are examples of alleged political murders with ‘plausible deniability’. Gen. Tinyefuza’s concerns on being a target for possible assassination alongside others, coming from one who knows how the system works and is also a suspect in some of the criminals acts committed against the ‘enemies’ of the NRA/NRM, must be taken seriously. Only the wilfully blind can ignore such warnings.
What is important about Gen. Tinyefuza’s outburst is that, as Museveni’s war time accomplice, he expected Museveni to hand-over power to his contemporary bush fighter who marched with him between 1981 and 1986. Museveni’s plan to allow his son to “jump the succession queue” and pass on his Real Estate (i.e., Uganda) to Baby Museveni is the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back. In that context, Gen. Tinyefuza’s outbursts have nothing to do with democracy, transparency or accountability. It is an internal NRA/NRM power struggle, fought within an undemocratic and anti-democratic NRA/NRM.
Second, it must be noted that Gen. Tinyefunza’s outburst coincided with the recent conviction of Guatemala’s military strongman Gen. Jose Efrain Rios Montt who ruled his country with a firm hand from March 1982 until August 1983. (Even though the conviction has now been overturned by that country’s supreme court). During this period, Rios Montt’s military regime used extreme terror in an effort to wipe out a Mayan minority ethnic group and the opposition in the early 1980s.
President Rios Montt was convicted, by a Guatemala national court on Friday 10 May 2013, for genocide and crimes against humanity. President Rios Montt was aged 86. He was sentenced to 50 years in jail for genocide and 30 years for crimes against humanity.
Some of the criminal acts for which he was convicted include the disappearance of 1,771 people and enforced displacement of 29,000 others. Other criminal acts for which he was convicted include use of starvation to cause the death of thousands of civilians, mass murder, rape and aerial bombardments as tactics to exterminate the Maya minority community and those opposed to him. President Rios Montt presided over “scorched earth” tactics to eradicate his enemy. Rios Montt’s soldiers used sexual violence as a tool to destroy the social fabric of the minority group and murder of babies and pregnant women to destroy the Maya minority group.
Prosecution of former dictators has become a common practice in Latin America. Chile and Argentina have, over the years, successfully prosecuted and jailed former military leaders. A few days ago, General Jorge Videla, Argentina’s dictator who was one of the key military officers who initiated the “Dirty War” and was serving a life sentence, died in jail, aged 87. Museveni is still young compared to these other despots and he knows that time for justice and accountability will come hence the urgency of the Muhoozi Project.
The criminal acts committed by Rios Montt and Jorge Videla are, in fact less serious, when compared to the serious criminal acts allegedly committed by Gen. Museveni, Gen.
Tinyefunza and other senior NRA/NRM officials and members in Uganda. Museveni and his soldiers, alongside the UNLA and other armed groups, are responsible for the death of many civilians in Luwero between 1981 and 1986, and in terms of the state, the NRA is solely responsible for the atrocity crimes in Northern Uganda since 1986.
During Operation North in 1991, General Tinyefuza placed the entire Northern Uganda under security lockdown and employed scorched earth tactic on the civilian population. His soldiers detained, tortured and starved the civilian population. Many women and children were killed. Under Museveni’s orders, the entire population of Acholi, for example, were removed from their homes and re-located to the various concentration camps throughout the Acholi land, displacing more than 1.2 million civilians.
These are serious international crimes which Museveni & co fear eventual prosecution for. However, if Muhoozi were to succeed Papa Museveni, then his father expects to be protected from possible investigation and prosecution for crimes committed against the Uganda civilian population since 1981 at least for many more years. This is significant because Museveni does not want an independent investigation on what he did in Luwero, Teso and Northern Uganda. He has rejected all requests for independent or judicial investigations. On the other hand, Museveni desperately needs protection when he is no longer in office. Only Muhoozi can provide that protection. On the other hand, Tinyefuza cannot rely on Muhoozi to protect him. Tinyefuza needs to rely on himself or create his own poodle to succeed Museveni.
The discourse on the Muhoozi Project is not about the vision of Uganda in a post-Museveni era. It is about protecting Museveni from prosecution for serious violations of international humanitarian law, massive corruption and abuse of office. The prosecution of dictators in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya set a worrying precedent for Museveni.
And, Tinyefuza’s utterances are grounded on his desire to remain relevant in a post-Museveni era. For the rest of Ugandans, in order to have a more just vision for Uganda, the Musevenis and the Tinyefuzas of this world who have looted Uganda and murdered women and children must be made to become irrelevant. An anti-democratic organization as the NRA/NRAM cannot establish democracy, transparency and accountability in a post-Museveni era. The Muhoozi Project provides an opportunity for Ugandans to discuss their future without Museveni.
Every responsible Ugandan must become engaged in the discourse. It is therefore for Ugandans not to look at the Muhoozi Project through a narrow lens. Ugandans must think, plan and act outside the NRA/NRM limited box.
To that extent, the objective must be to strive to create a society that meets the basic needs of all Ugandans and to get rid of the NRM corrupt system that caters for only 1% of the super-rich, a system the Muhoozi Project seeks to maintain.
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A Committee headed by Jared Odero, a Kenyan Stockholmer, has been set up to coordinate efforts towards raising funds for the transportation of the late Jared Adiwa’s body to Kenya. The Committee was established at a meeting held at the residence of Jared’s brother, Tonny Adiwa on Saturday, 8th June. According to the Chairman of the committee, a funds drive has been set for Saturday, 29th June 2013 and a venue has been located at Skanstull. Address for the venue and other details will be released by the Committee before the end of the week.
Jared Adiwa passed away on 14th May 2013 after a long illness and his family at home has been waiting for his body to be transported to Kenya for burial. Speaking to KSB, Jared Odero appealed to all Kenyans and friends alike to pull together and help Adiwa’s family realize their objective of transporting the body to Kenya for burial. The amount being targeted by the Committee is not less than 50.000kr. A Bank account number will soon be circulated for those who may not be able to attend the funds drive to be able to chip in with their contributions. The Treasurer of the Committee is Collins Omondi.
In the meantime, the Chairman of the Committee told KSB that “Club 1000”, a group of Kenyans willing to volunteer to contribute 1000kr each towards the funds drive, is being mapped out. The concept of “Club 1000” was mooted by businessman Clay Onyango when George Obor passed away but it was put to real practice when the late Millie passed away recently.
In the run-up to the main funds drive, Millie’s friends teamed up to make huge contributions which smoothened the harambee process. The Chairman of the Adiwa Committee said that a list of top names has been drawn up and that the Committee is in the process of contacting the candidates for an update of strategy. The Chairman appealed to Kenyans to cooperate and turn out for the harambee in large numbers so as to make it a success.
Although not known by the younger generation of Kenya-Stockholmers, the late Jared Adiwa was a very humble person, non-controversial, friendly and very sociable. Jared leaves behind two sons and two grandchildren. The sons will travel to Kenyan to attend the funeral along with Jared’s younger brother, Tonny to deliver the body. The Committee tasked KSB with spreading information about the funds drive to Kenyans and all well-wishers willing to help.
Jared’s Family in Kenya Welcomes the Good News
There has been a major breakthrough in the talks between the late Jared Adiwa’s Kenyan family and his two sons who accepted last evening that the body of their departed father could be buried in Kenya.
Despite the sombre mood that has dominated the entire family after they were plunged into deep mourning following the departure of Jared mid last month, family members in Kenya greeted the news about the sons’ decision with joy and ululation.
According to information obtained by KSB, the sons had reconsidered their position, weighed all the options and arrived at the conclusion that a burial in Kenya of the remains of their late dad would be the best alternative that would be in the best interest of all family members.
Speaking to KSB, Tonny Adiwa, Jared’s younger brother resident in Stockholm, said that he was very happy with the news. “I must say that the boys have been very cooperative”, he said, adding that the discussions have been taking place under an atmosphere of family love, mutual respect and focus on a solution. “Any differences that may have arisen over the issue were normal due to differences of opinion”, he told KSB.
Tonny said that an agreement had now been reached and urged Kenyans, friends, well-wishers and sympathisers to assist the family achieve its objective of transporting the body to Kenya. He said that consultations were already underway to set up a Committee that would oversee the funds drive to help transport Jared’s body to Kenya for burial.
Mr. Ochieng Nyambok, a Kenyan elder who has been helping with the discussions, welcomed the news. He said that the decision of the sons showed that the minor differences that existed in the beginning were not permanent and urged everybody concerned to now focus on fund raising to transport the body of the late Jared to Kenya for burial. Mr. Nyambok praised the sons for their informed decision and hoped that all would be well until Jared is finally laid to rest.
Likewise, Mr. Oyuga Odada, a Kenyan elder who has also been instrumental in the talks, told KSB that the new task ahead for Kenyans and friends following the good news is raising enough money for the body to be transported to Kenya.
In an earlier report, KSB had mentioned that a court action “may be the only remaining hope” when it appeared as though the talks between Jared’s family in Kenya and the sons had collapsed. KSB would like to state that the “court action” mentioned in the earlier report was hypothetical and not imminent. There is no family member who had moved to court or who was intending to move to court to resolve the dispute.
Under the circumstances, KSB wishes to correct any wrong impression that may have been created to the effect that Jared’s family was in the process of moving to court to resolve the impasse. KSB apologises to both parties for any inconveniences that may have been created as a result of wrong perception that Jared’s Kenyan family was on its way to court.
Despite difficulties in the talks, a window of opportunity continued to exist while KSB has been updated that options that could lead to a positive outcome remained open. Now that a major breakthrough has been made, KSB joins everybody who has been following the developments in welcoming the good news.
A Court action may be the only hope still available
After a series of talks between the two Swedish children of the late Jared Adiwa and representatives of Jared’s family in Kenya, the talks have collapsed. According to information obtained by KSB on Tuesday evening, Jared’s family in Kenya has lost the battle to get his body transported to his ancestral home in Yimbo, Siaya County because Jared’s two children have maintained that the body will have to be buried in Sweden. The only option left now is a court case which has to be filed by Jared’s Kenyan family as soon as possible.
According to “insiders”, the sons have overruled Jared’s clan in Kenya, Jared’s younger brother in Stockholm together with the late Kenyan’s mother who all wanted the body to be transported to Kenya for burial. Jared died without a Will pointing to his desired burial place and, under the circumstances, Luo culture dictated that he be buried in Kenya. However, the sons, aged 28 and 32, have argued that Jared spent 40 years of his life in Sweden and that he has no real connection to his clan members in Kenya.
According to Swedish law, the immediate core family of Jared who have a say over the matter are the sons who also have different white Swedish mothers. As per the Swedish law, the mothers have no say on the matter because they were divorced by Jared at the time of his death, leaving the sons as the sole decision makers on matters pertaining to internment of Jared’s remains.
However, according to Luo Customary law, the sole decision makers with regard to Jared’s final resting place is Jared’s Waluang clan steeped deep down the plains of Yimbo in Siaya county. The “Luo view” is that Jared’s children are part of the clan and that by blood, they have to abide by the clan’s decision and release the body for burial. If they do not do so, the consequence, according to Luo culture, is that they will suffer the wrath of chira (a kind of eternal curse), making them unable to live normal lives or succeed in anything they try to do. A source told KSB that the boys do not believe in chira and that they do not really care what the clan thinks.
Despite the boys having a final say over the matter, the Swedish law also gives space for Jared’s Kenyan family which has a right to contribute over his burial matters. However, if there is a dispute playing itself in Sweden, the Swedish courts are likely to side with the kids and allow for a burial in Sweden. Pundits believe that unlike in Kenya, it is very unlikely that Luo customary law could overrule Swedish law and allow for a burial in Kenya if the sons are opposed to such a move. Any burial in Kenya can only happen with the cooperation of the boys and this is a reality that might be difficult to change.
A big complication is that Jared also had a woman in Kenya whom he married and fathered a son who is currently 19 years old. According to information gathered by KSB, the son’s mother and son appear to be conspiring with Jared’s sons in Sweden for both the son and his mother to travel to Sweden to attend the funeral in their capacity as representatives of Jared’s Kenyan family. The mother and son apparently believe that once they arrive in Sweden for burial, they will also be able to settle in Sweden and have a piece of Jared’s inheritance. The mother and son do not understand that attending burial in Sweden is one thing and settling in Sweden is a totally different matter.
The complication is that the possible trip of the Kenyan wife and his son to attend the funeral is diluting the argument from Jared’s family that they will not be represented at the funeral if Jared is buried in Sweden. The mother and son appear not to be listening to the clan members because they are more interested in boarding a plane to Stockholm than cooperating for Jared to be buried in Kenya. For them, the trip carries with it numerous opportunities that may better their lives and for this reason, they have settled for their pursuit for greener pastures at the expense of Luo cultural practices.
One person who is in a big dilemma is Jared’s younger brother, Tonny Adiwa. For one, the family at home has been banking on him heavily to ensure that the body arrives in Kenya for burial. A big obstacle is that the clan (more so Jared’s mother) cannot understand how two “little children born yesterday” can block the transportation of Jared’s body to Kenya when Luo culture is very clear on the issue. Although the clan knows and understands that Swedish law exists, their view is that those laws should only be applicable to “white people” who do not understand the Luo burial customs and traditions and the mystical consequences of violating those laws.
More so, the clan has failed to understand how Tonny (who is a father to the boys as per Luo culture) could be overruled by the boys on such an important and critical issue which could have far-reaching consequences on the family and the sons alike. From a Luo cultural perspective, if Jared is buried in Sweden, the sons will have to take all responsibility for the consequences. As long as Tonny and Jared’s family in Kenya exhaust all avenues of getting the body to Kenya, they will be free from the consequences. Because of their Swedish upbringing, the sons may ignore the Luo view but Tonny and the family shall have “washed their hands” on the matter. As Jared is laid to rest in Sweden, his Kenyan family will only have to sit back and wait for the consequences which have to happen in real life.
While Tonny has indicated that he may have to go to court for redress, the result of the court action is almost predictable because the Swedish court will never give in to Luo customary law that is unrecognized in Swedish law. In summary, the late Jared may have to be buried in Sweden against the wishes of his Kenyan family and aging mother in the village unless the two young boys sympathize with the situation.
The family at home has reportedly not given up hope and are hanging on the belief that the sons will be made to understand the life time consequences of burying their father in Sweden against the Kenyan family’s wishes. For the Kenyan family, a burial in Sweden will not only be tragic but also traumatizing and catastrophic beyond explanation and any reasonable comprehension.
As we go to blog, and a new initiative made by traditionalist Luos in Stockholm to persuade the sons “to see the light” at the end of the cultural tunnel, the sons hold the power to make or break a deadlock which is, from the Luo cutlural perspective, potentially destructive, painful, retrogressive, agonizing and anathema.
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At last, KSB can produce evidence that Dr. Andy Njeru, a serial conman in Kenya, has been nabbed in Nairobi during a sting operation masterminded by Kenyan police which has been overwhelmed by cases brought by desperate girls who had fallen victim. It is hoped that the arrest will put to a permanent end the “Dr. Andy Njeru Menace” and end the suffering of many young Kenyan girls he may have lured into his “sex trap”. It is estimated that since Dr. Andy began his escapades, he has walked away with over 20 million Kenyan shillings obtained through fraud.
At half a million per deal, he usually needs just two victims to make one million. It is understood that he targets children of the rich although when business is bad, he usually hits at any girl, sometimes walking away with as little as Ksh 10.000 (as down payment for visa and passport processing).
According to a KISS agent who has been operating in Kenya, Dr. Andy was nabbed in a sting operation in which he was to collect one million Kenyan shillings to airlift to Sweden two sisters of a wealthy businessman in Nairobi. The passports for the girls had been acquired and what was left before the girls could travel was a Swedish visa.
To get the visa, Dr. Andy told sting operators that he needed to deposit at least one million Kenyan shillings (about 100.000 SEK) at Nordea bank account in Sweden and that once the money reflected in his account, he would use the bank statement to prove that there was enough money to keep the girls for at least one year as they pursued their further education at Stockholm University.
According to information obtained from the KISS agent, investigators relied heavily on background information from KSB to set up a “water-tight” trap that would help nab the serial con artist and put him behind bars for years. The agent says that the arrangement was for Dr. Andy to house the girls in his “huge villa” once they arrived in Sweden. As usual, money was to be paid in cash after which the plan would move to the next stage when Dr. Andy would troop with the girls to the Swedish Embassy to put up a visa application.
Arrested at 680 Hotel
During discussions surrounding the deal, Dr. Andy met the parents of the young cute girls at the posh Karen area in Nairobi where on the three occasions when the meeting took place there, he always arrived in expensive cars (hired to make an impact).
During the final stages of the deal, Dr. Andy suggested that the cash transaction take place at the Six Eighty five star hotel in Nairobi’s CBD and the plotters duly accepted. They were working with his conditions so as to make him comfortable as they gathered concrete evidence to help nail him down. The officers apparently argued that without evidence which involved a real transaction with cash payment, it would be impossible to get Dr. Andy to face justice in any Kenyan court.
On the day of payment, Dr. Andy arrived at the Hotel in a Lexus together with two aides whom he introduced as “minders”. He is reported to have managed a joke to the effect that “it was the big pay day” and that it was important that “the money was safe” thus the presence of his minders.
In typical Dr. Andy style, the agreement was verbal because he usually leaves no paper trails that would incriminate him after he melts into thin air. The transaction was taking place in a private room and surprisingly, Dr. Andy had come with a portable cash counter and a fake currency detector.
The detectives who were involved are reported to have been very patient as Dr. Andy’s minders helped with currency verification and counting, a process that reportedly took three hours. The cash was in two suit cases which were finally handed over to the conman. In the meantime, every conversation was meticulously being recorded by one of the Officers, using a secret video camera and an audio-recording equipment.
As the conman left the Hotel with his minders carrying suitcases packed with hard Kenyan currency notes, Dr. Andy was arrested and immediately handcuffed together with his accomplices. He was thrown at the back seat of civilian police car and driven away with armed police escorts.
It is expected that he will soon appear in court to face several charges of fraud, conmanship, rape and an assortment of other crimes which could see him locked up for 30 years or more. If all goes well, Kenyans may not be hearing about Dr. Andy’s escapes with girls in Kenya for a long time to come. Probably, it would be safe to say that it is the end of an era.
Talks aimed at averting a looming burial in Sweden
Many Kenyans must be wondering why the funeral arrangements of the late Jared Adiwa have never been made public since the 60 year old Kenyan passed away about a week ago. The problem is that there has been a growing “conflict of interest” about Jared’s final resting place between Jared’s family in Kenya and the late Kenyan’s family in Sweden.
Back in Kenya, the family has made it clear that they want the body transported to Kenya for burial “as the only option”, a position that has been endorsed by Jared’s mother who is still alive. According to a source close to Jared’s family in Sweden, his two Swedish sons want his remains interred in Stockholm so that they can tend to the grave and where it can be accessible to Jared’s four grandchildren. This position has apparently been rejected by Jared’s Kenyan family, a move that has not sunk down well with Jared’s family in Sweden.
According to the Swedish law, Jared’s children in Sweden have the final say over his final burial place. However, according to Luo customary law which Jared is assumed to have ascribed to, the decision about his final resting place rests with the clan in Kenya. In what promises to be an epic battle, protagonists on both sides are reportedly digging deep into their fox holes in readiness for “The War of the Final Resting Place” of Jared who never left a will indicating where he wanted to be buried.
To avert this war, a three man Committee of Luo elders in Stockholm, has been set up to negotiate between the two families in order to avert what may turn out to be one of the fiercest “Burial battles” of a Luo in Stockholm since the days of James Wuod Maggero whose body was cremated in Stockholm in 2007.
The Luo elders who have been tasked with negotiating a settlement are Mr. Oyuga Odada, Mr. James Ochieng Nyambok and Mrs. Hellen Opwapo. The troika of elders are set to meet Jared’s two children (aged 32 and 28) to convince them to avoid a drama in Stockholm over the burial place of their departed father on grounds that the family in Kenya wants the body to be buried in Kenya.
The late Jared’s younger brother, Antony Adiwa, resides in Stockholm and although he has reportedly been negotiating with the boys since his brother passed away, a source told KSB that he was meeting opposition from his brother’s Swedish family which, sources told KSB, appears bent on burying the body in Sweden. Contacted by KSB, Antony did not want to discuss the developments in detail, saying only that the matter “is extremely heavy on him” and that he was hoping for a “favourable agreement”. He told KSB that the matter had put him in a “tough position” because he is the blood link between his brother’s Kenyan and Swedish families.
A Kenyan who has been close to the discussions but who did not want to be identified said that Jared’s Swedish family do not seem to fully understand the cultural implications of burying him in Sweden without the blessing of Jared’s family in Kenya.
According to Luo cultural pundits, the real problem is that if the departed Kenyan is buried in Sweden without express endorsement of his Kenyan family, the Kenyan family might begin a legal process to exhume the body to be buried in Kenya as per Luo culture on grounds that if this is not done, Jared’s spirit will never rest in peace.
“The spirit will return to haunt the living who abandoned his body to be buried in the wilderness of Europe thereby depriving him of the opportunity to join his ancestors in the after life”, a die-hard Luo tradititonalist told KSB.
Jared’s two children were born out of two relationships with two white Swedish women whom he was divorced to at the time of his death. The result of the elder’s meeting with the family is expected by Friday, 31st May 2013. KSB is following the story with gigantic interest.
A Kenyan woman has been found dead in her apartment in Köln, Germany. According to German police, the woman was discovered after neighbours raised the alarm following a foul smell that was emanating from the apartment block where the woman lived. The police arrived at the scene and broke the door before discovering her decomposing body on bed.
According to Mercy Ndambuki, a Kenyan woman who knew the deceased, the woman was a very reserved person and never divulged any personal details about herself to anybody.
The German police allegedly said that since the body was in the process of decomposition, it would be cremated in two days if no one surfaced to claim the body. It is not clear when the woman arrived in Germany although she is suspected to be a native of Narok in Rift Valley province.
Likewise, it is not clear how the woman may have met her death although a source told KSB that the situation in her room suggested that she may have been consuming too much booze.
The German police has appealed to anybody with information about the woman’s family to get in touch with German authorities as soon as possible.
A photo recovered from her apartment has been circulated to media and blog outlets by German police in a bid to track down her relatives in Kenyan. KSB appeals to anybody who knows her to deliver information to any Germany embassy around the world.
“Ngoma Ya Kilo”
Place: Lilla Wien”Little Nairobi”
Date: 31/May and 01/June/2013
Address: Swedenborgsg. 20
Pendel: Södra Station
Other artists including Vumbi Dekula on schedule
Afrojam, the organizers of today’s Africa Night bash at Hagsätra, would like to inform fans and the general public that Dany Engebo, a key artist who was supposed to feature at the Party, will not be present because of last minute unavoidable circumstances. Afrojam apologises to all fans in advance and regrets any inconveniences that might have been caused by the abrupt turn of events.
Despite the setback, all other artists who were lined up for the event are on schedule and will be present to give the fans a run for their money.
Top on the list are Pablo Machine and Maestro Vumbi Dekula who will be in action to thrill the crowd throughout the night with DJ Rich spinning in the background. Lady Neema and Natalie Beabella will also feature and will ensure a memorable evening for all guests. Music will feature Bongo Flavor, Lingala, Soukous, Reggae, Benga, Soul and other African sound mixes specially compiled to keep revelers working it out on the floor non-stop.
The address is Götlundagatan 2, 12471 Bandhagen (Hagsätra Tube Station). The bash starts at 22.00hrs and the heat will be on until 05hrs. Entry fee has been reduced from 150kr to 100kr while food and drinks will be available at affordable prices. All are welcome.
Freedom of Press is under threat from the Jubilee government after pro-Jubilee MPs attacked the Nation Media Group yesterday in Parliament, accusing the company of having published a cartoon depicting Hustler Deputy President and suspected war criminal William Ruto being massaged by girls in a luxurious jet that had been hired for Ruto by the government to fly him to West African countries last week.
Documents obtained by The Nation show that the jet would cost the tax payer a whooping Ksh 100 million quarterly, a clear wastage of public funds by a government which was rigged to power on a platform of safeguarding public interest and reducing wastage of public resources.
At a time when the government is facing a budget deficit of Ksh 24 billion to finance the county governments, and at a time when millions of Kenyans are unable to put food on the table due to run-away prices of basic consumer commodities, it can only be an act of impunity for the Hague-bound hustler to have accepted the hiring of the luxurious jet when other alternative and cheaper means of transport were available.
During the period when the jet was hired last week, the Presidential jet was available and idle. Since the hustler claimed that he was representing his boss during the trip, the best option could have been to use the Presidential jet and save the tax payer millions of Kenyan shillings which could be used to provide books for primary school children or even construct schools for young pupils learning under trees in the open air without education facilities.
“Choices have consequences” and since the Mount Kenya mafia cartel chose to rig two suspected criminals in power, the current wastage of public resources is part of the consequences Kenyans will have to pay for having criminals (suspected of murder, rape and other crimes against humanity) in charge of the State and all its resources. The consequences have just began.
When Deputy President William Ruto arrived at Schipol Airport on May 13, 2013 to attend a status conference at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague the next day, he was received by Kenyan Ambassador to the Netherlands, Rose Makena Muchiri. Was he there in his official capacity to warrant being received by the Ambassador? Therefore, the Six Million Dollar question is: Who paid for his trip? Further, who is paying his ICC legal fees now that he is deputy president? Who paid his wife’s expenses during the trip?
The so-called Ocampo Three (President Uhuru Kenyatta, Ruto and reporter Joshua arap Sang) are accused of serious crimes against humanity linked to the post-election violence (PEV) in their private capacities. It is therefore against the spirit of the country’s Constitution to be accorded official treatment using taxpayers’ money. Joshua Sang was also at the status conference; who paid for his trip? At the beginning of the ICC cases, he went public that he could not afford to pay for his air ticket and legal fees.
It was disgusting to see Ambassador Muchiri parade her embassy staff to greet Ruto when he arrived at the ICC on May 14th as if he was on a diplomatic mission. Worse still, he arrived and left the Court in a motorcade of around six Mercedes Benz limousines accompanied by at least three Dutch police outriders, who cleared the road ahead for his smooth ride. This is the paradox of international law which guarantees heads of states and senior government officials immunities and privileges abroad, despite serious criminal charges. Ruto was accused long before and should therefore not mix the ICC case with his current official status. It riles to hear Kenyans being mentioned collectively during the Court proceedings, as if they are also on trial. Ruto does not represent them at the ICC because the charges are his private matter.
In what is clearly another round of ICC shuttle diplomacy, (a la the failed one by Kalonzo Musyoka in 2011), Ruto arrived from The Hague and soon after, visited some countries in Central and West Africa, in what was dubbed “representing President Uhuru” to strengthen ties in the spirit of Pan-Africanism. But insiders claim the purpose was to rally African Union member states to support them (Uhuruto) in dropping the ICC cases. Ambassador Macharia Kamau’s recent letter to the UN Security Council seeking to terminate the ICC process is a pointer, even if Uhuru and Ruto disowned it.
A section of the Kenyan media reported that Ruto’s African trip could cost taxpayers a whopping Ksh100 million a year, because his office has hired a state-of-the art Bombardier aircraft at a quarterly payment of Ksh25.4 million. It means there will be more of such visits in the future. The government has since denied the reports, saying it was a one-off payment of Ksh18.5 million only. To do damage control, invoices were issued to media houses from Ruto’s office, yet a thorough scrutiny by journalists detected discrepancies in their entries, compared to the documents which they have from VistaJet, where the plane was hired, and signed by Ruto’s officers.
Majority of Kenyans are “sufferers” and if lucky, earn a Dollar a day. Uhuru’s call to curb wastage of public resources will amount to mere rhetoric as long as old habits are perpetuated by his officers. The President has inherited a broke Government with a debt of Ksh1.8 trillion. He has so far impressed by insisting the public wage bill is too high and must be checked, amidst cries for a pay rise by the greedy MPigs. Kenyans need transparency in Government dealings, especially concerning the ICC proceedings.
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“My husband would beat me to death”; Woman’s Kenyan father worried…
“I got married back in Kenya by a Swedish man in Kenya in year 2012 and moved in Sweden in July 2012 and everything turned upside down for me when my husband would beat me to death and being admitted to hospital more to this am in jail becoz they want to take my bab’ I fear my life is in danger becoz am receiving threats everyday 4rm goran Robert skog n a girlfriend 4rm Tanzania Diana n I don’t know what will happen next write now am in a panic becoz they say when I come with my baibe back I will sell her n that I should not be allowed to stay with her here in Sweden, I ave all the the threats sms n recording sabved with me, thank you ktn maggie KTN”
SALLY: Hey..just got married and planning to visit Kenya next month…assumed hubbyz surname…..but now am told I must get a new passport to travel which has the assumed name..cant the assumed name only be on the PUT?
KSB: The reply may be long so we have decided to make it into an article. PUT is on the Passport and if the assumed name is on the PUT, then the law says that the Passport must also have the assumed name otherwise you will be blocked from travelling at the airport even if the Embassy allows you to go ahead with the trip. This is because the assumed name is on the PUT and if it not on the Passport, it will not be on the ticket.
Because of fraud, it is the responsibility of the ticket guys at the airport to ensure (during check-in) that the name on the PUT is the same as the one on the passport and the ticket. You will obviously be in big trouble if the names are different.
If your travelling arrangements cannot be altered, the only help the Embassy can give you is to issue you with a one way “Travel Certificate” which you can travel on (it costs some few kronazz). The Certificate can contain your assumed name if you can obtain a “Name Change” certificate from the Tax Office which verifies that the name change is legitimate. Once you obtain the “Name Change” certificate, you can then apply for a new ID (at the Tax Office) then present the application (it takes 3 months for an ID to be processed) to the Embassy for the processing of a Travelling Certificate. The Embassy cannot just issue you with a “Travelling Certificate” emblazoned with your assumed name if there is no proof of a name change from the Tax Office.
Once you get the Travelling Certificate, you can then travel to Kenya and once you arrive, you can zoom to the Department of Immigration and apply for a new Kenyan passport on grounds that your names have changed (it should take a week or less if you can oil some elbows and grease some mouths at the Department chain. That is Kenya). Once you have your Passport, you can then tip-toe to the Swedish Embassy and request the Swedes to stamp a new PUT on the new Passport (could take a day or two). What they will need is your Personal Number and the ID application from the Tax Office will help verify your P.No.
As the processes continue, you will be enjoying your holiday in Kenya with your new white (assuming) Swedish hubby. It would be a big boost if you can take your hubby along to the Swedish Embassy when you are going for PUT because of the “psychological impact” of the Swedes at the Embassy experiencing one dear national coming for help in a remote third world country in Africa. Strategically, you can leave the talking and the explanation to your hubby to drive the point home in pure Swedish as this could speed up stuff. Don’t be surprised if you walk away with the PUT in just a few minutes because of the “white magic”!
A word of caution though. Make sure that your white hubby is not within sight when you visit the Kenyan Immigration for a new Passport because then, the price of “greasing” will shoot since the Officers will think that with a white sweet heart by your side (aka major donor), you must be floating in kwachazz. For a Passport, the cost of “oiling” has been reported by recent customers to be Ksh 5.000 (about 500kr) so make an addition on your budget. You can then be sure to get your passport on time otherwise it could be delayed until your return ticket expires meaning you will spend even more kwachazz looking for a new ticket after getting stuck! Another thing is that when dealing with the Immigration officials, be polite otherwise your file might as well disappear into thin air, never to be found until conditions change.
Once everything is fixed, you can then take a break to Mombasa to enjoy the heat after all the work and to relax while updating KSB about the developments. Your hubby might be looking forward to his white skin being “baked” in the East African sun and a holiday in Mombasa is a must if the holiday will be memorable. KSB could as well get a new storo and keep readers educated about these kinda thingsa duringa thisa Jubilleea gava yeah! Good luck and may Goda blessa youa this timea continually!
The Kenyan community in Stockholm has been plunged into fresh mourning. Jared Adiwa, a Kenya-Stockholmer, has passed on in hospital after a long illness. According to Antony Adiwa, the younger brother of the deceased, the late Jared passed away last night at a hospital in Stockholm where he has been undergoing treatment.
Antony told KSB that an “Open House” has been set up at Storholmsbackarna 10 B in Vårberg for relatives, friends, sympathisers and well-wishers to condole with the bereaved family. The late Jared, who was 60 years old, was a very humble person who was loved by all those who knew and interacted with him.
KSB sends deep condolences to the entire family of Jared which must be going through a very difficult moment following the passing of a loved member of the family. We hope that the family will gather the strength and courage to go through this very difficult moment marked with great sadness and sorrow.
The passing of Jared comes hot on the heels of the passing of Millicent Omaya, a Kenya-Stockholmer, whose body is awaiting transportation to Kenya for burial.
The late Jared, who arrived in Sweden in the early 70s, is survived by two children, Bjorn (32), Sony Roy (27) and four grandchildren. Tonny told KSB that the family is having discussions following the departure of his brother and that further information will be released to the public later. The family can be contacted through Antony at: 0729144101.
Abolish all privileges for MPs in Kenya
If KRA were in power, the question of MPs demanding higher salaries could not have arisen in the first place. This is because at a salary of Ksh 532.000, their monthly income is already 425 times higher than that of the average income of Kenyans. In fact, a KRA President could have ordered all MPs who are unhappy with their pay to resign from their positions on grounds that Parliament is not a business enterprise but a House which represents the interests of the people of Kenya.
Secondly, a KRA President could have recommended to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) to work towards reducing the MPs salaries even further to the level of that of an ordinary worker because according to the KRA Manifesto, an MP’s salary should not be more than that of a skilled worker in Kenya. The reason is that Parliament should not be a source of wealth but an institution that enacts laws in the interest of the people of Kenya.
Thirdly, a KRA government could have recommended the scrapping of all privileges for the MP on grounds that the ordinary worker or Kenyan the MP purports to represent does not enjoy any privileges at the work place. Specifically, a KRA government could have recommended the scrapping of the Vehicle Fixed Cost Allowance of Ksh 336.000 on grounds that every Kenyan who can afford to own a car maintains the machine so why should the representative of the people be treated differently?
Next to go would be the Car Maintenance Allowance which stands at Ksh 247.000. Surely, why should a total of Ksh 583.000 of tax payer’s money (more than half a million Kenyan shillings) be used for monthly maintenance of an MPs car? Apart from greed and robbery of the taxpayer, there is no other explanation. This is why under a KRA government, these allowances would be scrapped for good!
While the MPs would be allowed to maintain House Allowance, a KRA government would recommend a reduction of this allowance from Ksh 70.000 to Ksh 50.000 which is still far beyond that of an average Kenyan worker. The Entertainment Allowance, which stands at Ksh 70.000; the Constituency Allowance, which stands at Ksh 50.000; together with Committee Meeting Allowance which stands at Ksh 40.000, would all be scrapped because of two reasons.
Every Kenyan foots his/her own entertainment bill so why should a person who represents them be entertained at the expense of the tax payer? Secondly, the salary paid to an MP is for the work they do and this includes meetings so why should an MP be paid a “Committee Meeting Allowance?” It is pathetic that the MPs are demanding more money when, together with their allowances, they are already taking home Ksh 1.2 million per month.
The most ridiculous observation is that the MPs are seeking the dissolution of the SRC, a Constitutional body, which they accused of violating the Constitution because their salaries were decided before they were elected to Parliament.
Reduce MPs salaries to Ksh 100.000 of less
Under the circumstances, it is barbaric that the Jubilee government sent police to brutalize Kenyans who gathered outside Parliament to protest against the greed of the MPs. The tear-gassing and brutalization of the protestors by riot police is a clear signal that despite the coming of a new government to power, nothing fundamental has changed in Kenya. Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel arap Moi and Mwai Kibaki all used to send riot police to tear gas peaceful protestors and this is what Uhuru Kenyatta is doing so what has changed?
The treatment of the protesters confirms what KRA has been saying for the last 20 years. In a capitalist State, the role of the police is to protect the interests of the rich. The protesters were not violating any law while Kenyans are within their constitutional right to engage in peaceful Assembly. Under the circumstances, KRA condemns the brutalization of Kenyans who were protesting outside Parliament to stop the greed of the MPs.
It is the responsibility of every Kenyan to struggle against the conversion of Parliament into an institution for wealth grabbing especially by the MPs. The view of KRA is that the struggle against greed by the MPs should go hand in hand with demand for the abolition of the capitalist system of government represented by the Jubilee government and which allows the MPs access to huge salaries and allowances that all amounts to stealing from the tax payer. Debating the dissolution of the SRC is an act of treason because SRC draws its mandate from the Constitution which the President and the MPs vowed to protect.
In demanding for the abolition of s system that encourages greed, wealth grabbing, exploitation of workers and plunder of public resources with impunity, KRA is putting forward the alternative of a Socialist system of government where MPs will be on a salary of an ordinary worker and with no privileges.
Let MPs pay for their vehicles and entertainment. Reduce MPs salaries to Ksh 100.000 or less. Scrap all privileges for the MPs. Scrap Committee Allowance. No Meeting Allowances because meetings are part of the job MPs are hired to perform! Let the MPs resign if they are not happy with their salaries. The Kenyan people are the employers and they have said “NO” to greed, exploitation and plunder of public resources. The greedy M-Pigs must be stopped from looting the Kenyan economy.
Kenya Red Alliance (KRA)
Dekula Band “Ngoma Ya Kilo”
Place: Lilla Wien”Little Nairobi”
Pendel: Södra Station
According to Don Clay Onyango, a total of 65.000kr (Ksh 823.000 at current rates) was raised at the funds drive that was held in Märsta on Saturday, 11th May 2013 towards body transportation cost of Millicent Omaya, a Kenyan who passed away in Stockholm last week following after a long illness.
The funds drive was attended by Kenyans from different walks of life, ethnic groups, political affiliations and lifestyles. Relatives, friends, well-wishers and sympathizers alike, contributed generously throughout the night as DJ Jimmy kept the mourners busy with some of the latest hits in the Kenyan music industry.
They all came for Milly, a jolly friend, Kenyan, mother, sister and daughter of her mother who has been in Stockholm since Milly fell seriously ill.
By ordinary standards, it can be safe to conclude that the funds drive was a big success because the minimum is that enough money was raised to transport Millie’s body to Kenya. Of cause, there are other expenses like tickets to Kenya for the mother, the hubby, George and Millie’s two children who must all travel to Kenya to attend her funeral.
From past experience, the cost of transporting a body to Kenya ranges between 35-45 Swedish crowns. At 65k, Kenyans and friends who gathered at Märsta can rest assured that the mission was, at a minimum, accomplished. In case there is need for more funds, those concerned will have to wait for the Millie Funeral Committee to update them. This is because in such a difficult situation, there are usually “hidden expenses” that may have to be factored in.
Through its Chairperson, Clay, the Millie Funeral Committee would like to thank everybody who took their time to attend the harambee and to contribute generously so as to give Millie a good send-off. The Committee has also thanked everybody who was involved in the organization of the Harambee. Further information about progress will be released as the Committee moves into the next phase of action.
Harambee: Today 11th May 2013 in Märsta
Odensalavägen 1, Märsta
Very Shocking: Eleven Kenyan women and a foreigner have been arrested in Nyali, Mombasa after they were found shooting a pornographic movie with a dog. The women and the foreigner who police identified as a Swedish national were arrested last night in at an apartment in Nyali . Cameras used in the shoot were also confiscated from the scene. Kisauni DCIO Shadrack Juma said the apartment operates as a brothel and police raided the place last night following a tip off. He added that the Swedish national arrived in the country as a tourist two days ago and is believed to have been engaging in the pornography business. He said the eleven women and the foreigner arraigned in court today where they will be charged with engaging in unnatural acts.
News Courtesy of The Star.
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Kenyans, friends, well-wishers and sympathizers are cordially invited to the fund raising Party for the transportation of Millicent Omaya’s body to Kenya. The Party will take place on Saturday, 11th May 2013 at odensalavägen 1 (Norrbackaskolan) in Märsta from 13.00 hrs to the next day on Sunday May 12th 12.00.
The DJ on the Mike will be the one and only one: DJ Jimmy who will rock the crowd all night long. Clay Onyango, the Chairman of the “Millie Funeral Committee” in Stockholm has appealed to all everybody to attend the Party to celebrate the life of Millie while at the same time raising funds for the transportation of his body to Kenya for burial.
Millicent, who was the wife of George Doctor, passed away last week after a long battle with cancer, plunging relatives and friends alike, into deep mourning. She lived a good life, she faught a good fight and now she has departed to rest in eternal peace.