Interesting article. It is clear to me that this election is about reformists versus the beneficiaries of the status quo. We live in a country where growing up, you are taught not to show your true emotions in the pretext of decorum and social etiquette. Consequently, you end up learning to not confront issues head on. That is why majority of Kenyans are timid and feel powerless in the face of outright injustice especially as perpetrated by the so -called powerful people or "wenye nchi." The land issue needs to be addressed and addressed urgently. We cannot continue to hope that all will be well and people will eventually forget. With the ever rising population numbers, land that was illegally obtained must be returned to the government for re-allocation to deserving citizens and there are no two ways about it. How do we continue to have IDPs when individuals own more land than they have useful purpose for?
RE: Reginald Mengi and the Commonwealth Business Council
It is of interest that Sarah and Mengi are still fighting. If there was a court ruling against whoever, why was the ruling not implemented? Sarah is waging an ignoble war against a man who is so endeared to the majority of his poor country people.
RE: Is Banda Another Disaster for Malawi?
It is indeed true that Malawi's' incumbent president Joyce Banda is turning out to be the like her predecessor. She tactfully uses her predecessorís deeds by first telling Malawians of the former presidentís destructive notions; if i may say, and then repeat the very same mistakes..........she is the next disaster for Malawi.