“Lets Have A Dialogue” My Friend, The Late Kiboi Said. Part 2

Posted on October 9, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Embassy Silence Could Be a Sign Of ”No Kenyatta Day”

If one is gender biased or a practicing male chauvinist, one could easily blame the silence of the Kenyan Embassy over this year’s Kenyatta day bash to “female cowardice” by the feminine-inclined leadership at the Embassy pitting Ambassador Purity Muhindi on the one hand and her Deputy, Jenipher Awuor on the other.

However, intelligence filtering from the Embassy tells a totally different story. According to a source, money for this year’s Kenyatta day has been scarce because it was either not allocated in the budget or diverted. In other words, the Embassy might not be in a position to throw this year’s Kenyatta day bash because there is no money to finance the event.

Instead of boldly coming out with information at the Embassy website that Kenyans should not expect anything from the Embassy during this year’s Kenyatta day, our Ladies sitting on top of the Mission have chosen silence as a way of communication. According to a source, the problem is that last year’s Kenyatta day bash was thrown because it was part of PNU’s election strategy and now that elections are over, Kenyatta day celebration to appease a critical Kenya-Stockholm Diaspora is also out of tune.

According to information gathered by KSB, the Ambassador’s strategy was to “keep silent” on the Kenyatta day bash hoping that Kenyans will not be able to raise the issue and then as the day passes quietly in Stockholm, the Embassy begins to raise prospects of Jamhuri day bash slated for 12th December to divert attention from the missed Kenyatta day.

Another problem is that the Ambassador has already lost interest in the Kenya-Stockholm environment because she is on her way to Kenya and the last thing she is keen on doing is wasting her remaining time on a permanently critical gang of Kenyans in Stockholm. It is reported that the Ambassador is more keen on spending time on stuff that will advance her personal interest as she packs her bags and hosting Kenyatta day is not one of her favourite priorities just now.

Butdoisay dialogue….lifted from KSB….Kenyans in Stockholm speak your mind in a dialogue manner, any abusive language will be edited…

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3 Responses to ““Lets Have A Dialogue” My Friend, The Late Kiboi Said. Part 2”

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Damn another one! I just saw the Munala one .. now this!? Get a life..that’s all I got to say, said it before and will keep saying it.. Osewe stop these shameless. Si YOU throw us the kenyatta day bash if U want to have one that bad!!!!eh?

LMAO…sijui niseme? I think Purity should hire Vasa for a night si its free booze thats sumbuaing folks? All these attacks on Purity are a result of male chauvinism nothing more nothing less!

Butimeanttosay……”Osewe stop these shameless ATTACKS!


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