US Withdraws Congratulatory Message To Fake Kibaki Government
The United States government has withdrawn a congratulatory message to the fake Kibaki government, replacing their initial statement released yesterday with the following:
“The Kenyan people exercised their right to vote on December 27 and turned out to vote in record numbers. The United States has concerns about irregularities in reporting the results, which should be resolved promptly through constitutional and legal remedies. We call on the Kenyan people to avoid violence.
“We urge all parties to restrain their supporters and reach out to each other to find a peaceful resolution in the interest of continuing to advance Kenya’s democracy and development. The United States is working with all parties to this end”.
The Press statement was released by Tom Casey, Deputy spokesman at Washington DC on December 31st.
An earlier statement released by the State department immediately after Dictator Mwai Kibaki was fraudulently sworn in as President of Kenya at a secret function at State House attended by families of Kibaki’s sycophants said:
“We obviously congratulate the President on his election”.
The statement was released by department spokesman Rob McInturff . It added:
“Again we would call on the people of Kenya to accept the results of the election and to move forward with the democratic process,”
The statement was followed by a statement from ODM Scandinavia released Monday Dececember 31st which said:
“Both British and US Imperialism has called on Kenyans to accept the rigged elections. This position should be a lesson to Kenyans that the so called election observers are hopeless and Kenyans should stop putting their hope on observers as a force that could enhance democracy and justice in Kenya”.
The statement was signed by Mr Martin Ngatia, ODM Scandinavia Vice Chairperson. The statement added:
“To tell Kenyans to accept the results is tantamount to endorsing figures of an election which was rigged before the Media. It is a lesson that the interest of Imperialism in the situation is to maintain the status quo for purposes of a peaceful exploitation of Kenyan resources by Imperialist agents”.
The US Ambassador to Kenya, Michael Ranneberger, met President elect Raila Amollo Odinga in Nairobi today 31st December although details about their discussion has not been made public.
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