UHURU bought an attack dog called Moses Kuria and taught it to attack enemies ferociously,on his behalf.
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UHURU bought an attack dog called Moses Kuria and taughtit to attack enemies ferociously,on his behalf.
The dog diligently delivered his mandate.
Now Uhuru has made peace with the enemy. The dog, accustomed tobarking and biting is now idle, forcing it to dig it’s teeth into the buttocksof the owner.
The most reasonable thing Uhuru can do, is put the dog in agunia, add some few bricks to aid sinking, then throw the mongrel to deepestpart of River Chania.
The other alternative is to castrate it at home. The lawof castration states that the resultant pain makes the dog run as fast aspossible as far away from the scene of operations, as it can be possible, neverto return back.
That is why when you want to conduct this operation, you mustwalk your dog deep into the thickets, far from home, so that it can run backhome, but if you do it at home, it will run into the bushes, and that is thelast time you will see the dog.
This is exactly what I prescribe for Kuria.
One of the most tangible benefits of the handshake is that ithas left stranded those who made a career insulting Raila from Uhuru’s camp andthose from Raila’s camp who have nothing to show apart from defending the duoin press conferences.
Such people had nothing to deliver to their constituents as theythrived in the prevailing enmity creating an impression that they were gallantsoldiers protecting the king.
They are bitter with the king, only that they can’t say itpublicly.
Moses Kuria had his opponents bought just to bring his venomoustalk to parliament. He is now irrelevant and must be dispensed with.
Whichever way, he knows this too well. He knows his days in thelimelight are over and he has to act like every dying cow. Remember a dying cowdoesn’t bother to cover it’s anus.
Good morning my fellow hoof eaters!!.
By JEROME O.
The Kenyan DAILY POST