Video:Mutahi Ngunyi & Adams Oloo disagree on tyranny of numbers

Video:Mutahi Ngunyi & Adams Oloo disagree on tyranny of numbers

Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

February 10th, 2013, 12:47 am #1

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Joseph M
Joseph M

February 10th, 2013, 12:00 pm #2

Cord leaders are 2007 PEV suspects before Kenyan eyes but clean in American and western eyes. The CIA knows who started and participated in post election violence, why all this hypocrisy? This battle belongs to God and He will defeat the super powers together with their puppet cord
WE ASKED FOR JUSTICE NOT PARTIALITY AND POLITICAL FAVORITISM, GOD IS GIVING TO US JUSTICE WHICH THE ICC FAILED TO GIVE TO US
Sanctions will hurt cord and its supporters, they are suicidal and ignorantly supporting sanctions because they believe they can not live without America and the western countries. Sanctions will not hurt Jubilee supporters because they believe in God and have confidence, sober mind; good plans, other friendly countries and they have numbers to win the 2013 general elections.
SELECTIVE JUSTICE WILL ALWAYS BACK FIRE BACK TO YOU, JUSTICE AND POLITICS DO NOT MIX OTHER WISE THE TRUTH WILL ALWAYS COME OUT TO SEPARATE THEM
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