Some thingsdo not add up and the more you try to add them up the more you smell a rat. A rotten rat, that is. Questions must be asked. Hard questions. Kenyans, more so 'Wanjiku', must be extra vigilant and jealously guard the new document from the mutilators whose knives are already sharpened. they have certain interests to protect. And those interests are not in favour of Wanjiku.
Why?, we ask does the Cabinet push for amendment of the constitution even before the ink on it dries? Why? We hear that some members of Parliament are ready to pass the amendment. Where is there decency and respect for country, and the new constitution?
Who was responsible for the printing anomaly? Is it Mr Rukaria again? If so why has been allowed to carry on with such level of impunity? If it is someone in Parliament who is it and whose interests are they serving?
Whom can we trust to get to the bottom of this mischievous abuse of the rights of Kenyans?