@amerix
Eric
a month ago
The same people mocking Raila for seeking legal redress are the same people who disturb their lecturers after every exam to revise the marks. Or pester banks about erroneous deductions on the payslip. We should not mock people for seeking closure even if it is 100 times.
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@amerix
Eric
a month ago
Every time Raila has gone to court, he challenges our institutions to do better next time. This is how we grow as a nation. If these channels were not there in the first place, the country would be burning. His supporters now believe closure may come from courts not streets.
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@amerix
Eric
a month ago
Aren't there people who have benefited from Raila's previous petitions? So many. Including the hundreds of newly elected politicians. We may dislike him or even call him names but have some respect for that old man. His contribution to our democracy cannot be erased.
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@amerix
Eric
a month ago
The story of that old man is sad. If he were an ordinary person, he would be dead by now. We should borrow from his resilience and refusal to go down the cesspit despite facing intolerable misfortunes. Let his incessant quest for 'justice' create a better future for us all.
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@Abdulhakim_eddy
Freeman Eddy
a month ago
@amerix Let no man mock another, in what befalls all Men.
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@austin_massawa
Austin massawa
a month ago
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@okaru_monda
Monda
a month ago
@amerix A rogue nation.
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@brayootwitch
brayoo twitch
a month ago
@amerix 💯
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@calyweba
Calyweba
a month ago
@amerix LMFAO
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@hurtyy_
omertá
a month ago
@amerix If you've passed your test you wouldn't have to worry about that
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@luckyaudrey07
Audrey
a month ago
@hurtyy_ @amerix We hujawai fwatilia missing marks Campus?
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