Uhuru Kenyatta Eventually Meets PM Cameron at “Photoshop County” in London

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uhuru at photoshop



  • kitu gani hii

    What are Tribes of Kenya going to do against These Arrogant Kikuyu thugs?First they rhink Kenyans are a stupid lot who deserve to be treated like second-class citizens !Kenya NSIS and the Kasuku-mass-media in Kenya treats wakenya as nuts!There was no way Mr David Cameron was going to be photoed with a Man(Uhuru Kenyatta wanted by the ICC in Hague for Committing Crimes against Humanity!A rapist a murderer and an arsonist So Photo-shoping was necessary to cheat and to deceive the Kenyan People that Uhuru Met and was photographed with The UK Premier!Let us remind Kikuyus to stop playing with Wa-kenya intelligence: Look at another Kikuyu Parliamentary demostrating his naked hate and arrogancy in Kenya Parliament >Here the Kikuyu Mp was abusing a Luo Mp >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QB5Bp_-plMM&feature=player_embedded#!

  • There is Political sponsored Violence in Bungoma Where armed Bandits are allowed to arm themselves with Matchets ,Pangas ,Rungus .Clubs and other crude weapons to Kill. Maim, torture peaceful Kenyans but The Criminal govt of Thugs wanted by the ICC in Hague Cannot send the freaded GSU(para-military hence this is happening in a Zone that never Voted Kikuyu Uhuru!Kenyan tribes will continue to suffer under UHURUTO criminal (Savage) Govt!

  • Keen Observer

    Uhuru Sold Kenya through Signing Secret Deals with UK and EU being cheated by Signing these secret deals He will be saved from the ICC in Hague!The Country is in a very dangerous situation for being led by Wanted Criminals>

  • ndya muthyuty

    Mzungu ni kama Mungu- Better Dog sex than Empty Stomach ,Dog Sex and food on the table!

  • Hotentot Hotezburg

    This is How Primitive Devils Live Luxurious and extrafagancy live in Dark Primitive Continent Where Any Criminal Dictator Skins his Subjects alive >What a madness >

    FORMER President Mwai Kibaki appears reluctant to leave Nairobi and retire to his new Sh500 million home at Mweiga on the Nyeri-Nyahururu road. Kibaki has been living in his Muthaiga home on Chui Road since he handed over power to President Uhuru Kenyatta on April 9. He has turned down several offers by elders from Nyeri to organise a homecoming party for him. His personal assistant Professor Nick Wanjohi denied yesterday that the retired President was not keen on going to Nyeri. “The former President is busy attending to personal and business issues and is free to spend his time wherever he pleases,” said Wanjohi.. The first homecoming ceremony was planned for the weekend after he handed over power but Kibaki neither declined nor confirmed his availability. “We have met him twice in Nairobi and asked him to give us a date when we can organize for his homecoming but he has simply laughed our request. He asked asked to simply enjoy a cup of tea with him,” said one elder. Kibaki has been spending time in Nairobi with his family members, friends and relatives. Yesterday his eldest son Jimi told the Star that his father has been busy attending to family and business issues. “Mzee has retired from Public Service but he has plenty of work to do as a private citizen. He has interests in many sectors of the Kenya economy including farming, finance, real estate, education as well as the Mwai Kibaki Foundation. Mzee is too busy to be concerned,” said Jimi.

    “Let us all spend our energy and time working as hard as the former President instead of tracking his movement,” said Jimi. This week Kibaki has attending several functions including a luncheon organised for him yesterday by the Kenya Private Sector Alliance at Safari Park. On Thursday he also traveled by road to Mbooni to bury his former cabinet minister Minister Mutula Kilonzo having attended his memorial service the previous day. On Tuesday Kibaki visited and consoled Kilonzo’s family at his Gigiri home in Nairobi. Kibaki’s palatial new home is situated along Nyeri – Mweiga highway and was finished a year ago. It is normally heavily guarded by a General Service Unit (GSU). The 1,000 acre farm was donated to him in 2010 by Sasini Estates, controlled by businessman Naushad Meerali. It is situated just next to Mweiga airstrip and has a swimming pool, jacuzzi, guest house, secretariat offices, canteen for workers, and accommodation for security officers. Shortly after Kibaki handed over to Uhuru, new furniture was ferried to the home. The estate previously grew coffee and reared grade cows. It is 25 kilometres from his other country home at Othaya Kanyange. Kibaki can expect a luxurious life in retirement with 38 servants paid by the public.

    He will collect a Sh17 million lump sum gratuity as a goodbye token. He was expected to receive Sh950,000 tax-free pension each month — calculated as 80 per cent of the salary of the present President. However this amount may reduce if the Salaries and Remuneration Commission has cut the salary for President Uhuru Kenyatta. He will be entitled to a housing allowance of Sh300,000 a month; Sh300,000 each month as electricity, water and telephone allowances; and a further Sh200,000 monthly as entertainment allowance. He will also be entitled to two four-wheel drive cars with an engine capacity of 3,400 cc and two others of his choice with an engine capacity of at least 3,000 cc. Kibaki will receive Sh200,000 monthly as fuel allowance. Kibaki will be provided with a fully furnished ‘suitable’ office with office machines and supplies paid for by the taxpayer. Servants to be provided by government include six officers for his personal security and six others to guard his homes. The others will be personal assistants (2), drivers (4), messengers (4), secretaries (4), cooks (2), housekeepers (2), gardeners (2), laundry persons (2), and house cleaners. – The Star

  • Uhuru's baptism of fire

    Baptism Of Fire: Uhuru Was Not Treated Fairly In The UK

    Saturday, May 11, 2013 – 00:00 — BY JOE ADAMA

    When President Uhuru Kenyatta finally writes, or authorizes the writing of, his memoirs, his first visit to Britain as Kenya’s Head of State and Government could well rate a chapter to itself.

    Uhuru was in the UK to attend the Somalia Conference in London at the historic Lancaster House, venue of the Kenyan negotiations for the Independence Constitution more than 50 years ago.

    His entourage included Attorney General Githu Muigai, Chief of the General Staff of the Kenya Defence Forces General Julius Karangi and Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Mwangi Thuita.

    However, UK’s first visit to the UK as President, as his fan base fondly referred to it on social media, will not form the happiest chapter of his memoirs in the fullness of time.

    The tour was fraught with a bad press and subtle diplomatic snubs, not the least of which was the denial by Prime Minister David Cameron, his host, of a photo op.

    Throughout his three days in London, Monday May 6 to Wednesday 8 , President Kenyatta and his entourage were constantly reminded of his status as an International Criminal Court indictee of crimes against humanity by the UK media and the international media based in London.


    The references were relentless. Every report of the President’s visit, before, during and after, in the multimedia North American, British and mainland European press was prefaced by mention of the President’s ICC status. TV news network Sky even went as far as headlining news of the visit on its website with the epithet ‘Criminal President’ in reference to Kenyatta.

    And on his last day in London, the office of ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda itself announced that it was adding gunfire killings to the charges against President Kenyatta in the matter of the post-election mayhem in Naivasha in early 2008.

    And then the Associated Press said this of President Kenyatta’s visit: “Britain, like the rest of the European Union and other Western powers, has a policy of only ‘essential contact’ with anyone charged by the ICC. A British government source said the invitation of Kenyatta to the Somalia conference was an example of essential contact.”

    It was British High Commissioner to Kenya, Dr Christian Turner, who inserted the narrative that Britain does not deal with ICC indictees except when it is absolutely essential among the thinly veiled warnings to Kenyans against electing the Uhuru Kenyatta/William Ruto ticket. This week, Dr Turner travelled with President Kenyatta to London.


    When President Kenyatta finally met Prime Minister Cameron, it was on the sidelines of the Somalia Conference at Lancaster House, not Number 10 Downing Street.

    As of Thursday morning, many Kenyans on social media were still wondering whether the meeting had indeed taken place, where and why there were no photos of it to be found anywhere online.

    Cameron was, for instance, photographed shaking President Museveni’s hand warmly in an image posted online within minutes of the hand clasping (http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Y…)). No such image of the Kenyan President and the British PM was to be found on the Net, not even from Kenya’s Presidential Press Service (PPS).

    The only reference of the warmth of Cameron’s welcome for Kenyatta was in the following definitely backhanded remark by British author and political analyst Richard Dowden from his May 8 article headlined, “Kenyatta, Ruto and the ICC: major diplomatic earthquake in the offing”, which is bound to become instantly and hugely controversial: “But instead of slipping on the handcuffs this week, Mr Cameron grasped Mr Kenyatta warmly by the hand and welcomed him to London”.

    Dowden, the Executive Director of the Royal African Society, is the author of Africa: Altered States, Ordinary Miracles (2008), with a foreword by Chinua Achebe.

    The only still picture of President Kenyatta the British authorities released widely to the media was the one of his being welcomed to Lancaster House by the UK Africa Minister Phillip Hammond.

    All other pictures of Kenyatta at the Conference showed clear evidence of being carefully cropped to edit out the faces of British and other officials anywhere in his vicinity, except members of his own entourage or nondescript foreign figures.

    President Kenyatta must have endured not a few bizarre moments in London. He is surely aware that, at the height of the Cold War, Soviet and Chinese totalitarian leaders Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong’s handlers routinely ordered that perceived enemies be airbrushed out of photographs, as if they had ceased to exist. Premier Cameron’s handlers went one better than the dictators of the mid-20th Century – an entire episode of the Somalia Conference was simply digitally censored, as if it never happened, and, as in the case of the totalitarians, there was no official explanation forthcoming.

    The conference was co-hosted by the governments of the UK and Somalia on May 7 and attended by at least 50 diverse national delegations. Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn was among the invitees.

    The conference was called to extend international support for the government of Somalia, the first modern state to collapse completely, in rebuilding their country after decades of anarchic conflict.

    Prime Minister Cameron and Foreign Secretary William Hague also met a number of the heads of the other delegations at Lancaster House rather than at Number 10 Downing Street or the Foreign Office. In protocol terms all the heads of government and, or state visits were designated “official”, just like Uhuru’s, as distinct from “State visit”.

    On a full-blown State visit, a foreign head of State is received at Victoria Station by the Queen and Prince Philip and rides to Buckingham Palace in a splendid horse-drawn carriage, where he or she salutes their own national anthem and Britain’s God Save the Queen before inspecting a guard of honour and continuing with other elaborate rituals, including a call on Number 10.

    However, Somalia President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud met Prime Minister Cameron at No. 10 Downing Street and also took the photo op outside the iconic front door. He was also photographed arriving at Lancaster House with Cameron.


    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, whose motto, incorporated in the masthead of all its communications to do with the developing countries, both print and online, is the eye-catching, fairly candid and intriguing “Strengthening UK relationships in Asia, Latin America and Africa to support UK prosperity and security + 2 others”, was among President Kenyatta’s most unbending tormentors when he was a presidential candidate. However, as Dowden wrote on May 8, “When Britain and 121 other countries ratified the Rome statute establishing the ICC (a further 31 signed but have not yet ratified), it was assumed that states would cooperate with the Court. No one envisaged a situation in which someone indicted for crimes against humanity would be elected president”.


    Dowden, who routinely refers to President Kenyatta as a “warlord”, also wrote that it is “unthinkable” that Uhuru and Ruto will indeed cooperate with the ICC all the way to full-blown trials.

    He asserted, “Even if they agreed to go, Kenyans – including the middle classes – will lie down on the road to the airport to prevent them going. Never mind that Kenya was given the choice to hold them to account in the Kenyan courts but failed to do so.

    Never mind that Kenya’s international treaty obligations oblige the country to deliver them to The Hague. Never mind that both should already have been arrested by the Kenyan police and put on a plane, delivered to the court and locked up. They are not going to go”.

    This is the kind of outburst that seriously gets the goat of UhuRuto’s fan base and which saw them vote like they have never voted before at the March 4 General Election. On the very same day that Dowden posted these views, the government of Kenya announced it was appealing to the United Nations Security Council for a discontinuation of the cases.

    The last time this happened was during President Kibaki’s watch in a frenetic shuttle diplomacy mission undertaken by former longtime Foreign Affairs minister and then Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka when it was by no means clear that Uhuru and Ruto would go for nothing but the ultimate political prize – the Presidency.

    Indeed, Kalonzo this week had occasion to recall his intercontinental shuttling that also included petitioning the UN in New York. Speaking at the Requiem Mass for Senator Mutula Kilonzo on Wednesday, in front of both Deputy President Ruto and retired President Mwai Kibaki, Kalonzo reported that Kilonzo had opposed him strenuously regarding what the former VP told the congregation was “the famous, or was it infamous?” shuttle diplomacy effort. Both the Deputy President and Kibaki’s handlers thought that Kalonzo’s was a very cheap shot indeed.

    Ruto and Kibaki, who had their own fond memories of Kilonzo (including an advocate-client relationship in Ruto’s case) and shared them with the congregation, let Kalonzo’s barb ride.

    There will be hell to pay for the protocol treatment meted out to President Kenyatta in London, particularly given Kenya’s famed hospitality credentials and avoidance of embarrassing or humiliating a guest at whatever level of engagement – high, low or “essential”. No British official has ever been treated in Nairobi the way Uhuru was treated in London.

    The UhuRuto establishment will no doubt want to point out that Kenya has been largely responsible for restoring a semblance of peace and a genuinely new beginning to Somalia, that the President and Deputy President have so far cooperated with the ICC and that protocol bad manners at the very top, whatever the circumstances, are considered to be the pits in African, particularly Kenyan, tradition.

  • Demyo Demyonyut

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