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    The Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution must continue to challenge the Ethics and Anti-Corruption body to take action against leaders who fail to conduct themselves in the manner prescribed for public officers. The Commission should have by now taken action in cases involving senior and junior public officers who have been rewarded because of their illicit affairs. Why is the Commission’s chair neither confirming nor denying that he has initiated any investigations against any of the suspected leaders?
    I am not saying it is wrong to hand over plum posts to people who really don’t know Kenya and Kenyans very well. The problem is giving the job to somebody because you pluck a reward from them.
    Kenya is not a parcel of souvenirs to be handed over on Boxing Day. Kenya is a sovereign nation deserving all-time unadulterated allegiance.
    Unfortunately, politicians are rewarded or reward others by raping Kenya’s sovereignty, oblivious to or uncaring of the repercussions ahead. The worst crime against Kenya is when an unknown person is rewarded because of illicit affairs. Kenyans must penalize their leaders first for rigging elections, and then for adding insult to injury by offering plum posts to their incompetent illicit lovers. Kenya is not an illicit Garden of Eden. These people have embraced collaborators, traitors and men with personal interests into their government, a mistake that is to cost Kenya dearly to time immemorial.
    Ms. Mohamed will be remembered negatively for betraying Joshua arap Sang when she told the world that the AU resolution that called for the deferral of ICC trials only targeted Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto. According to Mohammed, ICC indicted Mr. Sang’s case was a personal challenge.
    While in Colombo, Sri Lanka attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Mohamed made yet another terrible diplomatic statement. She declared that it was disappointing that for the first time African countries had come together and approached the Security Council with a request which was subsequently rejected. According to her, this was an indication that the Council did not take Africa seriously. What is she telling the world? That as long as African dictators come together to plan how to engage in mass murder, rape and displacement of their own population and citizens the world must support such an agenda unequivocally and religiously?
    To those who are against impunity and genocide, what took place at the UN Security Council on Friday, November 15, 2013 was a strong statement that the Council does take seriously what African leaders take un-seriously. The UN Security Council cannot and will not support acts of genocide and impunity not only in Africa but across the globe.
    Ms. Mohamed also believes that it was disturbing that some of the members, who had abstained, leading to the UNSC’s rejection of the African Union’s request on the Kenyan ICC cases, were not State Parties to the Rome Statute. She argued that Article 16 puts the fate of member States of the Rome Statute in the hands of non-members, which according to her is an anomaly since the same arrangement does not happen in any other international instrument.
    Non-State Parties of the Rome Statutes performed a good job deciding to remain neutral by not voting either way through abstaining. Hon. Mohamed’s argument would have made some sense to those who support impunity and genocide if non-members would have voted against the motion. Discredits and threats to those who abstained from voting does not make sense. It would be different if these countries had voted against the deferral, which was not the case since they exercised their power of choice to remain neutral.
    Hon. Mohamed should act, talk and operate like a professional diplomat and not like a political goon who does not understand the operations of International Relations. It is so obvious that Uhuru Kenyatta and those supporting him hoped that after buying the African dictators to support the deferral of his ICC trials, the same was going to happen across the world hence the disappointment and the chorus of attacks chastising those who did not vote to support impunity and genocide in Kenya.
    The way she is acting shows that her passion for the president goes way beyond Kenya’s interests. A personal attachment question arises. Is there anything illicit going on between them? I must be proved wrong because if so, Kenya’s laws state the repercussions openly.
    An illicit affair is about to spill to share its glory with the world. No act is so private that it does not seek applause.

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