If wishes were horses, i would hit the Guinness book of records riding them first. Why because its my wish that i present these questions to our aspiring presidential candidates during the now public first ever presidential debate in Kenyan history;
1. RAILA ODINGA (R.O)
Over the years we have known you as an ardent opposition leader. Always advocating for peoples rights and welfare right away from the failed 1982 coup, the 2005 campaigns against the constitution that was to be imposed and your recent that bore the national peace accord ending PEV; post election violence just to highlight a few. Are you going to maintain your limbo if you join main stream governance after the March 4th elections?
2. MUSALIA MUDAVADI (M.M)
You have always maintained a low profile avoiding unpopular talk as far as Kenyan politics is concerned but just recently you walked out of ODM citing lack of internal democracy and courageously launched your presidential bid at the height of the project talk. At one point you were a game changer when you joined TNA and URP to form Jubilee but later decamped to come up with Amani after which the former president endorsed you. What stand does this give your bid?
3. UHURU KENYATTA (U.K)
Its your second shot at vying for Kenyan presidency after the 2002 endorsement by retired president Moi proved fruitless. However ICC trials have largely stood in your way but just recently you accepted that you are ready to serve both trials and Kenya at ago. How will that be in practice?
4. MARTHA KARUA (M.K)
You are probably the only lady standing alone but strong to vie for the Kenyan presidency. I like the way you embrace courage with a go getter attitude. Now that the female population is larger than the counter part male, can we assume that gender advantage will land you the state house bid?
5. PETER KENNETH (P.K)
Majority people say P.K is the best type of leader. From the type of speech he gives, his remarkable Constituency performance, his campaign agendas, the huge social media presence and so on but he is not popular. What could be the reason?
6. OLE KIYIAPI (O.K)
You stormed the stage right away from education ministry to presidential bid. On regular occasions you have de-talked the habit of Kenyans voting in status quo. You pose OK and ready to ride home the state house bid even though the opinions poll have regularly given you a less than one percent rating. What is your driving force?
Now after the warm up, lets face the hard reality. The reality that is turning words into tangible actions. Making things happen and creating the avenue that is CHANGE; delivering. The question is; Mr. President in waiting HOW are you going to ensure: That the constitution is fully implemented? That devolution effectively takes place? That PEACE is with us on and after March fourth? That we break from the past; to bridge the widening gap between the majority poor and the minority rich? That the major POLICIES surrounding Land, Health, Security, Food, Shelter, Employment, Infrastructure and other National interests are in Effect? That the Monsters among us; corruption, ethnicity, tribalism, nepotism are a thing of the past. That we separate politics from national agendas/priorities and That after March 4th Kenya thrives on a sustainable Social-economic development path? Mr. President Sir? answers to these questions will mean SUCCESS for your employer; mwananchi who is waiting to land you work. PROVE YOUR TASK< THE FLOOR IS OPEN!