How Mutula Kilonzo Died

By Oscar Obonyo and Daniel Nzia

NAIROBI, KENYA: Shock turned into grief on Saturday as Kenyans learnt of the sudden death of high-profile lawyer-turned-politician, Senator Mutula Kilonzo of Makueni County. A jovial Mutula reportedly arrived at his Kwa Kyelyu ranch near Maanzoni Lodge on Mombasa road, on Friday afternoon and retired to bed never to wake up. Upon getting the news, The Standard On Sunday team rushed to his home, a few kilometres from Nairobi, to find several policemen and pathologists crowded in his compound.

According to a housekeeper who found Mutula’s body in his bedroom, the politician arrived at the farmhouse about 2pm and appeared okay. The Senator retreated to his bedroom after having his favourite meal of githeri and roast meat at 7pm. A worker who did not wish to be named said his boss was in a jovial mood when he arrived home driving himself: “He parked the vehicle at the parking bay and walked into the house after greeting us.”

Sources said the late Mutula usually showed up for his breakfast between 9.30 and 10.30 whenever he is on the farm. But on Saturday he did not, prompting his long-serving cook to go and wake him up.

Cook’s knocks unanswered

The aged cook said he knocked on his boss’ door several times without reply. He then turned on the door’s handle and went in: “He appeared deeply asleep with a lot of foam coming from his mouth,” he said adding that he immediately called for the farm manager.

The manager then called Mutula’s son Mutula Kilonzo Junior and a brother in law, Chris Musau, who were the first to arrive at the scene. Police officers led by Machakos Deputy OCPD Wambugu and DCIO Kavete Kuloba visited the homestead after being informed by the late minister’s family.

He was the only one in the main house, as the rest of the family was said to be in his Muthaiga home, in Nairobi. According to the police, the deceased had vomited on his bathroom sink, a pointer to the fact that he woke up at some point to vomit and went back to sleep. Pathologists led by Chief Government pathologist, Dr Johansen Oduor performed preliminary examination on the body before removing and taking it to Nairobi’s Lee Funeral Home.

The East African Standard



  • Rip (he was poisoned by the Kenyas dark forces of evil!Let us remind these murderers ,rapists and arsonists that Malipo ni hapa hapa . Why was Mutua Vommitting Who was with him in Nairobi! Was his room locked ?Who were these People who used to threaten him?Mutua was removed from the chief of internal security for opposing Uhuru Kenyatta who is wanted by the ICC in Hague! A former Police Commissioner was also poisoned by Moi/Biwott Agents in hie Own bar in Matuu Kangundo Hence he knew the people behind the murder of Ouko former Kenyas foreign minister! Kenyans should not fear death or threat they should stand up and face thr devils out there to kill and shed innocent blood. Whoever behind these Political murders in Kenya Must know that their days are numbered and Malipo ni hapa hapa Duniani!

  • There ia and was a big , huge reason to Silence This Political Star from Machakos and in the Cord as a senator: Kenyans lost Saitoti mysteriously in a Police helicopter and now a very contravercial Mutua died very Suspect and mysteriously How and Why Somebody very High Up in Uhuruto Govt must be held accountable .Kenyan serious leaders must stand against this Monster that Swallows Loved leaders of hope in this Baboon Banana Republic of Kenya-Nyani-aka lala-land! Where is NSIS/CID/Good guys?Where are you Mr Gichangi And Ndegwa Muhoro! Cant you resign Now!

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    This is a one sided story being told by the same Corrupt Kenya dirty mass-media controlled by The friends of the Ruling class and foreigners ,which has been feeding the people of Kenya with rubbish and manure> This is the same bloody Media who cheated the people of Kenya that JM Kariuki was seen in Zambia doing his business as usual ,when the real JM Kariuki was killed and left for Wild animals (hyenas) to devour his dead body in Ngong Manyatta Loshumbo!The people of Kenya should not buy rubbish from these Anti Kenyans pro-government Kasuku newspapers.

  • Rip Mutua Kilonzo You will live with Kenyans who love democracy freedom and Liberty . May God’s Angels take care of you>I found this One>
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    .Post by OtishOtish on Mar 9, 2013 at 12:51amCompatriots:

    At the rate at which things are going, I expect to be a former Kenyan citizen in the very near future. I shall return to Jukwaa at some point, but I thought I might make a few remarks before I go.

    (1) The fact that we could soon have a President and Vice-President on trial for crimes against humanity is absolutely shocking. People in my other country have been asking me about it over the last 2 days, and I am at a loss at what to tell them.

    (2) Just about everything about the PEV has been forgotten, because Kenya is a hopelessly tribalistic country and “follow the tribal leader” comes before anything else. Until the tribal lemmings have suffered enough (perhaps another 50 years) or evolved enough (perhaps another 5000 years), the possibility for change is near-zero. After such period and sufficient pain, perhaps Kenyans will vote on “issues” and things like “integrity”.

    (3) The idea (past) of so many votes in so many provinces and (now) so many votes in so many counties was intended to reduce the likelihood of a “tyranny of the majority”. Kenyans will need to rethink that one very carefully.

    (4) In relation to the PEV, what we are learning, especially after 5 years of the government of Kenya doing absolutely nothing, is that (a) if you are in power or can get the support of people in power, then you can get away with anything, and (b) if you can get dim-witted tribal sheep to come along, then you can ensure (a).

    Considering how often we have droughts and famines and go begging all over the world for emergency food, there is clear evidence that most Kenyans (and especially their so-called leaders) are incapable of thinking beyond the short term. That is why it is the case that even with 5 years to plan, the matter of voting and counting votes has again been such a circus.

    One hopes that Kenyans will now look beyond the next 5 years.

    (5) I count myself lucky to be living in country where I can legally fight discrimination, of whatever form, and where I and my children have better opportunities for self-realization that we could have in Kenya. In America, Obama, from the small “tribe” of African-Americans managed to succeed. Over here, my small area is likely (next year) to elect a black person from Guyana, in an area where the “black tribe” is less that 1%. If he wins, and he most likely will, it will be on the basis of his past performance, his clean record, etc.

    That’s the sort of “fighting chance” I want my children to have as they grow up. I do not want them in a country where as long as they have enough tribes-people backing them, they can get away with anything, and if they are from a “wrong” tribe they are buggered.

    I could go on and on, but I think you get the point.

    Given my impending renunciation on Kenyan citizenship, I do not expect to be much of a presence on Jukwaa. I will, however, return to comment on ICC matters. That”s because they have do do with crimes against humanity and not crimes against this or that tribe or this or that nationality. Against humanity.

    Additionally, I and other Kenyans here will be lobbying our government to take appropriate action and send the right signals about where we stand. Likewise, we will be lobbying the private sector, charitable organizations involved in Kenya, and so forth. Again, no need to go on and on; I’m sure you get the point. Small potatoes, no doubt, and I’m sure that Kenya and Kenyans will survive—perhaps by “turning East”, I am told—but that’s not the point. The point is that here we have certain principles and standards, especially when it comes to human rights. Once we get “traction” on that, I might pop in to “update” you”.

    If you live in a country that happens (or claims) to care about humanity as opposed to nationality and tribe, then I urge you do what you can for the humans in Kenya, however misguided some of them might be. Even if the “humanity” doesn’t appeal to you, think of the taxpayer-funds.

    If Kenya is your chosen (or enforced) place and you believe in right, then don
    ‘t be cowed by power. Keep in mind Africa’s history. Remember a guy like Haile Selassie? King of Kings, Conquering Lion of The Tribe of Judah, I & I, etc., etc, etc., who, will millions of Ethiopians were starving to death was feeding prime beef to his pet lions? His first burial place was under Mengitsu’s toilet. Talk about sh*itting on somebody’s head!

    Finally: There are some Jukwaaists that I frequently communicate with beyond the “public debates”. The Jukwaa system doesn’t automatically forward email onto private email addresses. Until my return, when the ICC-action (for crimes against humanity) resumes) you can reach me via

    In the meantime, please no mass killing, mass rapes, mas displacement, … crimes against humanity. If you cannot think of the humanity, at the very least try to think beyond 5 years of your own life.

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    Internal Power Struggle Behind Delay in Composition of Jubilee Cabinet
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    Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto are mere figure heads and they know it

    Make no mistakes. Kenya is currently controlled by three people who decide the President and set the National agenda.

    When Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto entered into a “50-50 power sharing deal” ahead of elections, there were no details on how the division of power at the Cabinet level would be accomplished. More than two weeks after Uhuru and Ruto were sworn following a rigged election, the two have been unable to name the Cabinet. Although Uhuru said that the waiting would be over by today at 9.00 am, there must be explanations behind the extra-ordinarily long delay.

    According to Uhuru and his Deputy, the two have been involved in lengthy interviews with the candidates and that this engagement explains why more than two weeks after inauguration, the Cabinet is not yet in place. For the man in the street, the two probably needed more time to construct the best Cabinet possible but for the man in the political think tank, there can be no explanation apart from a protracted power struggle with the 50-50 deal taking centre stage.

    A look at the background of Uhuru’s and Ruto’s political situation after their take-over of State House could help unravel the puzzle.Both Uhuru and Ruto are beneficiaries of a rigged election (courtesy of IEBC) and a compromised Supreme Court (courtesy of Dr. Willy Mutunga). Consequently, it must be recognized that there are other powerful forces behind the scenes who brought them to power. These forces include Commander of the Armed Forces John Karangi, Director of NSIS George Gichangi, Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo and Head of Civil service Francis Kimemia.

    Anybody who is capable of controlling the military, the police, the Intelligence Services, the Supreme Court and the Central Bank of any country can be said to be in power. If this postulation can be accepted, it can be safe to assert that a mafia cartel composed of a thieving and ruthless group of Kikuyu elite are the real forces in power and they are the ones who are responsible for the delay in the composition of the Cabinet, not Uhuru and Ruto. They were the same forces who were in control of the Kibaki regime as the old man slept at State House.

    Having brought Uhuru and Ruto to power, this cartel has a big say in the composition of the Cabinet irrespective of propaganda to the contrary. Regardless of the theater Uhuru and Ruto try to play to demonstrate that the delay in composing the Cabinet is due to work constraints, only the man in the street can believe them. Indeed, a courageous journalist did ask them if internal power struggle is the problem and the two were clearly in denial. The composition of the Cabinet will have to ensure that power remains on the hands of the cartel irrespective of what was written in some 50-50 power sharing deal before an election that was, in reality rigged.

    Power Ministries:Uhuru and Ruto are mere figure-heads in government and they know it. They are more grateful that they are in State House and therefore temporarily shielded from ICC which is hovering above their heads on a daily basis. The tussle with Cabinet compositions might be centered around the need to allow the rigging mafia cartel to have their way on the one hand and Ruto to save face on the other so that the son of the Kalenjin is not seen by his supporters to have been short changed by the Kikuyu Raila Odinga style. In fact, the problem rotates around control of the “power ministries”.

    These are the Ministry of Defence; Interior and Coordination of National Government; National Treasury; Foreign Affairs; Devolution and Planning; Mining; Energy and Petroleum; Transport and Infrastructure together with the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. As the country waits for the announcement of the Cabinet this morning, the most important outcome for the ethnic Kenyan public will be the ethnic origin of personalities who will occupy the above Ministries regardless of the propaganda being peddled to the contrary. Kenyans “voted ethnic” and they expect this tendency to be reflected in the composition of the Cabinet.

    As mentioned, both Uhuru and Ruto tried to downplay the issue of a power struggle at a Press Conference at State House yesterday with Ruto going out of his way to explain that Kenyans should not be seeking to establish who is TNA or URP in the Jubilee Cabinet because such a line is non-existent. Surely, if this distinction cannot be established, then what was the 50-50 power sharing deal all about?

    It seems as though Ruto has just discovered that he has lost it because for an electorate which cast its votes on purely ethnic lines, it will be impossible to keep supporters satisfied if TNA’s and URP’s share in government is invisible to the naked eye. The power sharing formula cannot be hidden from an ethnic electorate which believes that it “will gain” in some way when the loaf of bread is eventually shared.

    Ruto may have discovered that as Deputy President, he has no power to decide on anything major. Having been rigged in by the cartel, Ruto’s big dilemma will be hinged on the fact that he has no voice in the power sharing arrangement ahead of ICC hearings. The mafia cartel is unlikely to compromise on the “power ministries” without which Ruto shall have ended up with a quarter of a loaf (or less) when the deal was half a loaf. Uhuru is sitting pretty because by virtue of his ethnic origin, he is naturally aligned to the mafia cartel controlling events from the background. Why should Ruto be a worried man?

    The remaining Ministries like Industrialization and Enterprise Development is useless in a country unable to industrialize due to technological constraints arising out of imperialist monopoly of technology. The Ministry of Health is rout with problems in a country where the health care system is on private hands, public health facilities dilapidated, medical personnel poorly paid and the health care system is poorly funded. The free maternity services promised by Jubilee will cost Ksh 9 billion annually and no one knows where the money will come from with public debt standing at Ksh 1.8 trillion.

    Both Doctors and Nurses are waiting for the establishment of the Cabinet so that they can resume demands for higher wages and supply of equipment in hospitals. The implication is that the Ministry of Health will be one of the most “problematic” from day one. Already, the Doctors, through their representatives, have publicly rejected the nominee for health Cabinet Secretary on grounds that the nominee has no background in health care and will therefore be unable to understand critical issues.

    Uhuru and Ruto are in power at the pleasure of their bosses

    The Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development will be awash with conflicts in a country where the President’s family is the biggest land grabber and where the government stopped building houses for citizens especially in urban areas in the 70s. Without a program for nationalization of land (with or without compensation) being put forward by Kenyan socialists, Jubilee has no solution to the perennial problem of landlessness in Kenya.

    The urban areas are themselves infested with poverty, slums, high unemployment especially among the youth, crime by idle frustrated youths, poor infrastructure and collapsed social services, deficiencies that have made life in the cities “hell on earth”. If the government had money, the picture could be brighter but the situation is bad because the government has a huge budget deficit while real wealth producing sectors (like the transport sector) are on private hands. Who wants the Ministry of lands, Housing and Urban Development?

    When one evaluates the Ministry of Education in terms of problems, the immediate and newest items that comes to mind are the free laptops for standard one kids and free milk. That is if the thorny teacher’s wage hike, strike headaches, shortage of teachers and lack of school books are set aside. In any case, there will be no real money for the mafia to loot in the Ministry of education whose wage bill is the biggest in the public sector. While Uhuru could do business with the government by selling Brookside milk to schools, the lap-top project remains an expensive “wait and see” project because the country does not have enough money to even finance the budget and the Jubilee government will be depending on borrowing to make ends meet.

    In fact, Ruto may end up with the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Arts or Ministry of Labour, Social Services and Social Security in a country where there has never been any form of social security, leave alone jobs to keep the Ministry of Labour running.

    The Mafia cartel feared Raila Odinga because they did not want to lose their jobs so how will they allow themselves to be sacked, now that they have brought both Ruto and Uhuru to power? For the cartel, both Uhuru and Ruto should be happy that now, they are in a better position to fight against their ICC cases and not bother too much with issues of governance. The two are in power through the pleasure of their bosses, not through the Kenyan electorate which has been hood-winked. To suggest that there is no power struggle that may have delayed the composition of the Cabinet nominees is to assume the intelligence of all thinking Kenyans. It is a difficult situation because while the faces in the Cabinet might be new, they must be aligned to either TNA or URP.

    By appearing “in uniform” like school children to face the media at State House (it’s their idea of projecting a united front), both Uhuru and Ruto might be unconscious of the fact that the uniforms make them look more like real clowns with their political godfathers pulling the strings from the background. As the Cabinet is announced and Kenyans encouraged to forget about TNA-URP faces in the Cabinet my take is that William Ruto has all the reasons to be a worried man because he is surrounded by a cartel that will, at best, use and dump him if necessary. If he becomes problematic, he could as well be handed over to the ICC as Kenyatta is shielded to maintain the status quo.

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    Kikuyunization of Government Started with Mzee Jomo Kenyatta

    Jomo was the Pioneer of Tribalism in Kenya

    Pioneered tribalism and Kikuyunization of government in Kenya

    Kenya’s new Constitution is a template for correcting the ethnic divides exacerbated by all the past presidents who pitted big tribes against the small ones for political expediency. These leaders never righted the shameless typecast by the British colonizers who categorized various tribes as thieves, lazy and so forth.

    Ethnicity reared its ugly head during Kibaki’s first term when plum jobs in the public sector went to members of the Mt. Kenya region. The Kenya Revenue Authority exemplified this within its top 18 Commissioners. The current Uhuru-Ruto power-sharing formula is on the basis of a pre-election tribal arrangement between Kikuyus and Kalenjins. In 2010, the National Cohesion and Integration Commission investigated claims of tribalism in public jobs and the outcome reflected citizens’ perceptions of seriously skewed placements in favor of the Mt. Kenya members.

    In 2012, author Charles Hornsby published a book titled ‘Kenya: A History Since Independence’. He dedicated some pages under the sub-heading “The Kikuyunization of Kenya Under President Kenyatta” to show how unashamedly Mzee had appointed 11 senior parastatal heads from the Kikuyu community in the 1970s. Also, out of the then seven Provincial Commissioners, only three were non-Kikuyus. Below is the section from from Hornsby’s book and you can brand him a tribalist too.

    The Kikuyunization of Kenya under President Jomo Kenyatta

    Although the State continued to talk of Kenya as one nation, and to de-emphasize ethnicity in its public statements and policies in land, service delivery and jobs, the unifying rhetoric of nationhood concealed a less palatable truth. The 1970s saw the entrenchment of Kikuyu power via a web of both formal and informal networks. As with the security forces, the senior civil service was increasingly Kikuyu dominated. The crucial posts of provincial commissioners, for example, were held by a small group of conservative insiders, more than half of whom were Kikuyu from 1967 until Kenyatta’s death, and three of whom were sons of chiefs. Appointments to statutory boards and parastatals showed the same trend.

    These men were powerful, educated, intelligent and able, and they effectively ran Kenya in the interest of Kenyatta, themselves (they all had substantial business investments) and the country. Just as their colonial predecessors had done, they disliked local politicians, whom they treated as competitors, and made no pretence of democracy. Provincial Commissioner (PC) Eliud Mahihu was particularly well known for his dictatorial attitude and concern with development.

    As he said in 1998: ‘About calling us governors, I had no problem … we were employed to govern our provinces and we did.’ Simeon Nyachae was in a class of his own as the most able, politically astute non-Kikuyu PC with direct personal loyalty to Kenyatta (though he had married a wife from Nyeri). His governorship of Central Province was a critical ethnic balancing act. Moi’s influence was seen in the appointment of two Kalenjin PCs, and Kenyatta took care to ensure that the Luo were governed not by a Kikuyu, but by a Kipsigis.

    The same pattern was seen elsewhere. In the central government, Geoffrey Kariithi (a Kikuyu from Kirinyaga and educated at Alliance High School) headed the civil service from 1967 to 1979). Other senior figures included J. Kiereini (ex-Alliance, also from Kirinyaga and an ex-detention camp warden) who ran the Ministry of Defense, Peter Gachathi (Alliance, Kiambu) was education secretary from 1969 to 1979. Duncan Ndegwa (Alliance, Nyeri) was governor of the Central Bank. Joseph Gethenji (Nyeri) was director of personnel from 1968 to 1978, while Joseph Kibe (Murang’a) was permanent secretary for commerce and industry.

    Of course, there were powerful civil servants who were not Kikuyu, but they generally played a secondary role. A study of top civil service posts in 1972 showed that Kikuyu now held 50 per cent of the top jobs, a rapid increase since the 1960s. There were reports that a Posting Committee in the Office of the President (OP) made civil service appointments in advance of interviews by the Public Service Commission, and that this committee was dominated by ex-Home Guard Kikuyu.

    The situation was a little different amongst the parastatals. Many heads of parastatals, appointed by Kenyatta or his ministers, were also Kikuyu. There is no doubt that these were intelligent, competent individuals. Many had gone through the elite forcing-ground at Alliance High School and knew each other well. Whether they were the best men for the job was another question, as personal loyalty to Kenyatta was critical. Kenyatta was lucky that he had an educated, able cadre of loyalists to choose from, a luxury that Moi did not have a decade later.

    Amongst private sector organizations not led by Europeans or Asians, Kikuyu dominance was equally strong. Francis Thuo (Murang’a) was chairman of the Nairobi Stock Exchange during 1970-83. Joseph Wanyoike (Murang’a) was managing director of Kenya Cooperative Creameries from 1968 until 1978. Bethwell Gecaga (Murang’a) chaired BAT from 1967 until 1995. His son and Kenyatta’s nephew Udi Gecaga was then Lonrho chairman. Ex-permanent secretary Kenneth Matiba (Alliance, Murang’a) ran Kenya Breweries until 1984, while Joe Wanjui (Kiambu) ran East African Industries until 1993.

    The Kikuyu dominance at the top filtered down to other levels. Each appointment generated power and income for its holder and a trickle-down to their home area through contracts, jobs for clients and preferential allocation of development funds. A self-reinforcing structure of privilege was built which 24 years of Moi’s rule never fully dismantled. In October 1973, Shikuku presciently warned that if the Kikuyu did not share the fruits of Uhuru with others, they would eventually be ‘eaten’ by the other 41 tribes ‘like a satisfied hyena was eaten up by hungry hyenas’. Not every job was set aside for the Kikuyu, however. The ethnic sifting process worked much the same way when a non-Kikuyu ran an organization. There were protests in 1970, for example, that East African Airways (EAA), the National Housing Corporation (NHC) and the KNTC were the ‘monopoly of Abaluyias’.

    The Luo received little preference from the State. The 1965-66 split and the Kenya People’s Union (KPU) era had alienated Kenyatta permanently from the community and as Kenya Times suggested: “Henceforth, the Luos became second class citizens of Kenya. They were viewed with suspicion in all quarters and they were given the lowest rating whenever it came to jobs. Apart from the Kisumu-Busia, Kisumu-Kericho and Kisumu-Kisii roads, Luo Nyanza roads were not tarmacked.”

    While the Kamba had the military, the Luo—with some of the best-educated and most active elites at Independence—had few avenues for their energies. They had no large settlement schemes and most of Luo Nyanza was unsuitable for coffee and tea. They could go into business, but the commercial sector was tilted in favour of the Kikuyu and they had capital. Distrusted in the military, parastatals and politics, they focused instead on the civil service, the professions, trade unionism and religion. Luo increasingly blamed their marginalization, both real and apparent, on the Kikuyu, and built a mythology of resistance and social cohesion around opposition to the Kikuyu elite’s political and economic goals.

    It was now clear that the Kikuyu and to a lesser extent their Mount Kenya neighbours in Embu and Meru were embedding a sense of pre-eminence in their collective culture. There was growing assumption of their right to rule. Many Kikuyu believed they were smarter, more entrepreneurial and had suffered more under colonialism. They compared themselves with Europeans, and viewed other Kenyans as backward and likely to destroy the economy if given power. Their widespread antipathy to the Luo was not based on their failure to practice male circumcision (though it was a genuine point of cultural tension), but on the threat they posed because of their numbers and history of recent conflict.

    By the 1980s, under Moi, the Kikuyu had become firmly associated in the popular imagination with competitive differentiation and ‘money grabbing’, while their Luo counterparts had come to epitomize indolence, poverty, socialism and rebellion. Jaramogi Odinga and Jomo Kenyatta symbolized this cleavage: Odinga was the dispossessed; Kenyatta the benevolent dictator but simultaneously ‘the chief architect and patron of the Greater Kikuyu Community’.


    •Paul Boit — PC Central, Western and Nairobi (1964-80) Kalenjin – Nandi, son of chief
    •Isaiah Cheluget — PC Nyanza (1969-80). Kalenjin – Kipsigis
    •Charles Koinange — PC Central and Eastern (1967-80). KIKUYU from Kiambu, son of senior chief, Mbiyu Koinange’s brother and Kenyatta’s brother-in-law
    •Eliud Mahihu — PC Eastern and Coast (1965-82). KIKUYU from Nyeri, colonial administrator and ex-Home Guard
    •Isaiah Mathenge — PC Coast, Rift Valley and Eastern (1965-82). KIKUYU from Nyeri, ex-Home Guard and detention camp warder
    •John Godhard Mburu — PC Coast, North-Eastern, Nairobi and Western (1964-79). KIKUYU from Murang’a
    •Simeon Naychae — PC Rift Valley and Central (1965-79). Gusii, son of chief


    •Ephantus Gakuo — Director-general of East African Railways (later Kenya Railways), 1987-1970s. MURANG’A
    •Bethwell Gecaga — Chairman, Industrial Development Bank (1976-9). MURANG’A
    •Julius Gecau — Managing director, East Africa (later Kenya) Power and Lighting Company (1970-84). KIAMBU
    •James Karani Gitau — General manager, Kenya National Trading Corporation (1969-79). KIAMBU
    •Stanley Githunguri — Executive chairman, National Bank of Kenya (1976-9). KIAMBU
    •Charles Karanja — General manager, Kenya Tea Development Authority (1970-81). KIAMBU
    •John Matere Keriri — General manager then managing director, Development Finance Company of Kenya (1972-82). KIRINYAGA
    •Peter Kinyanjui — Chairman, East African Harbours Corporation (later Kenya Ports Authority) 1970-80. KIAMBU
    •John Michuki — Executive chairman, Kenya Commercial Bank (1970-9). MURANG’A
    •Philip Ndegwa — Chairman, Agricultural Finance Corporation (to 1974). KIRINYAGA
    •Matu Wamae — Executive director, Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation (1969-79). NYERI

    Kenya: A History Since Independence (Pages 254-258) By Charles Hornsby (2012)

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  • You overseas people have too many conspiracy theories!!Take more time to understand the dynamism of your country and leaders on a FREE mind.

  • Tafadhari Huyu Willy Mutunga Angelikufa badala ya Mutura Kilonzo ! It was better to have lost Willy Mutunga Instead of Mutula Kilonzo>

  • Will Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto go scott-free just becopuse they have killed all ICC witnesses?

  • Raila Oginga is here in UK London let go and meet the Peoples President >There was rumour-mongering that Uhuru Kenyatta will attend Somalis conference in London UK but Let Uhuru dare touch Hethrow Airport or any other British Soil >Atakiona cha Mtema Kuni Kile Kilimfanya Kuku kukosa Meno!

    Uhuru Kenyatta is not coming to the UK. According to official sources the president has not confirmed of his visit. There was some reports in the Kenyan media that Uhuru Kenyatta is to visit London UK for the Somalia International Conference which is scheduled for May 7th in London but the official source explains that there is no such arrangements but if the position changes the source will communicate immediately. Ajaribu kama yeye ni Mwanamme?

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    he Mutula Kilonzo Family should appeal to USA President Obama through American Embassy in Nairobi to send the CIA/FBI and unlevel those who Poisoned Mutula Kilöonzo hence He opposed the Election of Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto>A Cabinet minister has warned Kenyans against voting for people with cases at the International Criminal Court.

    Education minister Mutula Kilonzo said the consequences of electing Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta or Eldoret North MP William Ruto as Kenya’s fourth president would be grave.

    He said the country would be alienated by the international community, making millions of ordinary Kenyans suffer.

    “The two are facing serious crimes against humanity. They would not pass the integrity test to contest the elections,” he said.

    Mr Kilonzo, who is the MP for Mbooni, said if either of the two leaders became President and if he was elected to the Senate, he would take action to remove them from office.

    Impeach them

    “I will definitely initiate a motion in the Senate to impeach them,” he said.

    “The two must first clear their names with the ICC. Let them face the courts and put up a defence and if, by good luck, they win then they will be at liberty to seek elective office in the land but for now we say no,” he said.

  • Like father like son….. they want to elminate those who speak their mind, whatever happened to freedom os speech? It is a shame that they had to kill him. The CJ promised to protect everyone but protected the powerful ones. Why did he even speak about that he was receiving treathening letters? that is the the time he would have done the right thing. All these people are connected. I hope their A– go to ICC and if found guilty lock the door and throw away the key.

    Yes, the IEBC knew what they were up to and they too are in this game. It is also a shame that we have to elect (stolen of course) criminals, with that how can the country change if criminals are running it?

  • I thought this particular blog was meant to mourn the death of Mutula Kilonzo? Instead, it has become a blog of blaming the “ruling class” and indirectly linking the president and his deputy to Mutula’s death.
    Why continually spread rumors on hereg? Why not just wait for the postmortem to be done? The Kilonzo family have also hired a British pathologist to get a second opinion.
    I think there are a lot of smart people who post and comment on the website but the conspiracy theory tone is getting a bit too much now.
    I assume most people on here live in the diaspora and it becomes obvious how out of touch many have become on the ground.

    KSB: Mzalendo, a KSB Admin seriously thought that you may have been high on muratina (if you are a Kikuyu) or achwaka (if you are a Luo) when you wrote that KSB “was meant to mourn the death of Mutula Kilonzo”. Those posting comments are just like you, expressing their opinions which is allowed under the new KSB’s Constitution. As we say, opinion is like an ass-hole because everybody has one on everything. The waiting of autopsy results on Mutula’s death does not stop people from expressing their opinions. Just express your disagreement halafu enda zako. Don’t surface with bogus theories why KSB was set up. The bottom line is that KSB is the web diary of one Okoth Osewe. Interestingly, so many people are interested in what this diary says that they have to pass by and, like you, sometimes throw a comment. One rule here is that any comment can go down the bin without any explanation so use your opportunity to comment responsibly. Have a good and lovely day.

  • these people abroad, i pity them.

  • i pity kenyanvoice

    kenyanvoice, as Osewe often says: “Those posting comments are just like you, expressing their opinions which is allowed under the new KSB’s Constitution. As we say, opinion is like an ass-hole because everybody has one on everything.”

  • Kariuki Aratoch

    these people at home, i pity them.

  • Let it rain:Kwani what did they think.In my culture its always adviceable not to engage in criminal activities reason : Its will haunt you and your Family the entire Life, and therefore majority of People try to behave knowing the consequences: In society where there is no repercusssinon to bad behaviour (Anarchy) Business people flourish better sometime in those situatíon look at Somalia (Piracy) Losers are Wanjiku

  • Why pity Kenyans ?Who are you to pity Kenyans > Why don’t you pity Rhinos /Elephants who are being Poisoned becouse of their Horns and Ivory and they cannot defend themselves Go pity them Deport all Chinese and Remove Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto from Power hence hawa bure kabisa (Every body in Africa is a foolish Nigger) Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto are Niggers Plus 40 million Nigger Kenyans who will save Nyani-lala-Land? A Nation of Bongos!

  • As you said KSB, expressing your opinion is allowed under the new KSB’s Constitution.
    So I expressed my opinion that people should wait for the post mortem before they post conspiracy theories.
    But it seems some did not like my opinion

    KSB: You see Mzalendo, after an opinion has been expressed, there is usually no guarantee that those exposed to it will agree with it. I will however defend your right to express it until Kingdom comes to save us all. Human beings can never agree on everything all the time. That is why majority rule is accepted if it is reached democratically.

  • Harry Hazueruth

    Was Mutula Kilonzo an ICC witness ? The Answer is Yes Even the Late Hon Saitoti!
    Yes he was and so was George Saitoti

    Obviously the suggestion is that these people died because they were ICC witnesses. What’s bothersome about such an allegation is that witness status is secret, and dead men tell no tales – perfect subjects for propaganda. So if this is not propaganda I think you should tell us how you know it.

    KSB: Harry, tell how who knows what? This is a news entry.

  • Jackton Omondi.

    Muthama Says Raila Oginga Atagongwa >Raila will become a target for asassination?

  • Keith Sirimoe

    My sick little Poodle called Atwoli>

  • y cnt de government do something inorder 2 prevent killing of leaders who r realy bizy dat de rights of the common ‘MWANACHI’ r being cattered 4. rest in peace all of dos who represent de pple bt i thnk if de assasin ix found he shld be PROSECUTED

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