Makueni Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana Saturday (12th September) said that he had a dream and in the dream, he saw NASA leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President Dr. William Ruto having a handshake.
“I had a dream. I saw @RailaOdinga, @WilliamsRuto handshake witnessed by @kipmurkomen and @ShubkaQundul alias Atwoli. Then in the dream, I also saw the President embrace his Deputy. Upon waking, I prayed my dream becomes a reality. Kenya is precious. ” Kibwana through a Tweet said.
Below are some of the reactions to Kibwana’s dream;
” But surely sir, as a politician, you already know this is what happens behind closed doors when there are no cameras to witness their friendship. The issue has never been them. It’s us, who never understand we are merely pawns in a game where politicians always win. ” Ciku Muiruri a media figure said.
“Wake up from this dream, we need an opposition in this country. Today devolution is on its knee because of the said handshakes, corruption is covered up for by the handshake. ” Henry Maina said.
“And then you decided to type this in your dream? But thank God it was just a dream. Baba’s journey to S.H is unstoppable, he must be our President. You can as well go and do a handshake with the Tangatanga supremo and then tell us how that goes. Back to your dream doktari.” Kiplagat Kennedy said.
” You tweet as if this country is headed to war or something. That’s misleading. We must have an important conversation. This country belongs to us all and no one is more important than another. Political handshakes won’t help the country. ” Judy Mwaura said.
“You are a student of history, you know that appeasement only emboldened Hitler and gave him time to strengthen. What we need in Kenya is justice and fidelity to the law, not more handshakes. Uhuru is discovering however much you feed an ogre it will eventually devour you. ” Sound of blakness a Twitter user added.
” Prof I have been having the same thoughts since yesterday, and I have tweeted about this. It’s high time the three principles tone down and have a genuine conversation about chanting a single way forward and uniting the Nation. We need all our leaders together. ” James Mwadeghu added.