The recent Appearance by Rubia under a lobby group critizing moi stand on ODM and politics in general is no mistake. It is a well calculated move to send the message to Kibaki. In 1992 then DP Chairman Mwai Kibaki was uitilzed by KANU to split the GEMA and Western Alliance vote to denie Matiba the presidency. If you look at Matiba strategy he had Western (someparts of it) Central, NBI and some small parts of RV (elD, molo, nakuru, naivasha) on his side. However, when Kibaki announced his defection to opposition and his candidacy we all knew that Matiba will be lucky to escape this division and so as history has it Matiba lost. We in Kiambu knew one thing and are sure of one thing that Kibaki robbed us the chance to defeat moi at the polls. We also agree that Kibaki was Moi Project in 1992.Have Kikuyus forgiven Kibaki. My stand is that they have not. Especially the Kikuyu Leaders of yesterday from Kiambu and Muranga are still waiting for the day they can revenge. One of those days was during the referendum and now the coming elections you are going to see Matiba and Rubia make nonsense of Kibaki in NBI and Muranga and Kiambu
The struggle is on to get the Leadership Kenya deserves annd Moi-kibaki alliance is not the it. My Fellow Kikuyus know this and you will see it happen by the end of next month.
Huyu Kibaki anaenda Othaya
From Nation Media
Mr Rubia, a parliamentary aspirant for Starehe constituency said that he chose to support ODM because it was the “party of the future.”
Anyone with the link to Rubia Article warning moi to stay away from 2007 elections should give me the link or post it
maybe thats why moi never went for the eldoret rally
Moi nod riles Rubia group
Story by NATION Correspondent
Publication Date: 10/2/2007
A group of leaders who fought for the country’s Second Liberation yesterday questioned former President Daniel Moi’s endorsement of his successor for a second term.
Speaking under the umbrella of the Kenya People’s Convention, the group, led former Cabinet minister Charles Rubia, said it had fought for the Second Liberation that saw the return of multi-party democracy.
“Many of us spent years fighting against Kanu’s dictatorship in the past and feel betrayed by Mr Daniel Moi’s return to the centre stage,” said Mr Rubia.
He told Kenyans to remember those who lost their lives in the struggle for the return of pluralism in 1992.
“Many Kenyans died during the first Saba Saba Day in 1990. We were arrested, assaulted, tortured, detained and otherwise victimised for standing up for what we considered to be the best interests of our people and country,” the veteran said.
The group warned that the country was headed for trouble as a result of divisions along tribal lines.
“National leaders should do everything possible to reduce tribal tensions and divisions,” they said.
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