Courts, reruns, limbo: maybe we should just move on

Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose. Nobody goes undefeated all the time. If you can pick up after a crushing defeat, and go on to win again, you are going to be a champion someday.
Wilma Rudolph

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Sometimes one needs to do what’s best for the majority and not keep everyone in limbo over a lost cause. In my opinion RAO should concede so as a country we can move on, I don’t see what purpose a Court drama will serve when every sensible person with a modicum of intelligence can see all a run off will do is make us 6 billion poorer and delay Uhuru’s swearing in.

PS. Can we the non ruling class quit with the gloating and taunting and move on too. The rich ODM supporter is lamenting from the Delamere terrace while the jobless TNA youth runs the street celebrating, the former will retire to Runda and the latter to Mukuru Kayaba: what have we won or lost? The wealthy TNA businessman is activating his business contacts to rake in tenders, the poor ODM diehard is panelbeating the beatup jalopy of a URP struggling middle class father: who is winning?

Open your eyes, you will not gain anything but false pride and an annoying hubris thinking you have won anything when we both know you cannot go to statehouse and demand to be let in because you speak the same lugha as mzee.

Like someone said, if your bank account reads less than RAO and UK’s final tally then get your ass back to hustling, you will recieve no favours from either plutocrat.

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  1. #1 by MMK on March 11, 2013 - 1:20 pm

    I disagree.

    First, I am not a CORD supporter and neither did I vote for Raila. If the system is flawed, wouldn’t you want to know how it went down? If there are genuine cases of fraud wouldn’t you want to know? If the court rules out the case, then let’s move on, otherwise let us wait.

    • #2 by Admin on March 18, 2013 - 9:47 am

      Yeah, now that I have seen the case CORD is presenting, I admit I think it is best that we hear what the Supreme Court has to say regarding the matter.

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