My vote: #President (#MusaliaMudavadi/@Jnkioni), #Governor(male),#Senator(female),#MP(female),#women_rep(female), County Assembly Rep (male)


Apart from the small issue of Nominative Determinism(see earlier post), Musalia is the only individual with the potential of uniting the whole country due to his being non confrontational. From amongst the top three popular candidates,he’s the only one who doesn’t have a whole community or two against him. I’m hoping he becomes a stop-gap measure to ensure that we cross from the old constitutional dispensation to the new constitutional  dispensation peacefully, thus ensuring we have the requisite stability that will enhance economic growth. 

I consider myself an enlightened Kikuyu, and I’d like to believe that I can live without the president coming from my tribe.

[Uhuru by virtue of his being a Kikuyu will have quite a few communities thoroughly against his presidency.
Raila has the better part of “Mt Kenya Mafia” and the kalenjin  dead set against his presidency ]

If you asked me- which you ain’t doing- I’d let Uhuru and Raila settle their differences in the opposition benches for five years..

In the county  I’m registered to vote,there are only male candidates for the position. I have settled on a qualified manager/ leader whom I’ll vote for. If There were women running for this position I definitely would’ve voted for a female governor…

I have identified female candidates that I’ll vote for in all these positions.

I walk my talk, and I believe in “WOMEN AND MEN ARE LEADERS”. As such I long made a conscious decision to elect at least 3 women out of the six positions up for grabs in the 4 the March 2013 elections.

Besides, I think our young daughters need more women-leader role models.

I’ve identified a qualified man for this position whom I’ll vote for.

From the foregoing it’s noteworthy that it’s almost impossible to find my kind of combination within a single party. This has essentially meant that I’ll not vote for a “suit”…


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3 Responses to “My vote: #President (#MusaliaMudavadi/@Jnkioni), #Governor(male),#Senator(female),#MP(female),#women_rep(female), County Assembly Rep (male)”

  1. Alex Says:

    Sir, I’m still not convinced about this Musalia story of yours, despite your valiant attempt to convince us (Nominative Determinism? Very witty. Ha!). Pole, but no.

    That said, I have taken your ‘women are leaders’ campaign to heart and will be voting for Martha. Governor? No female candidate. Senator? The woman is more dubious than the men, I cannot vote for her. MP and ward? Many options, none particularly attractive, the decision shall be made in the booth.

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