Kenyans should rise and stop this draconian measures by a dictatorship government.
They are using government vehicles and are being given GSU protection.
The contents of the statement are most ridiculous and a phantom of great imagination.
These ministers should have been required to resign a long time ago, or to be suspended by the president to allow for a proper transparent investigation.
It is unbelievable that in the 21st century this kind of thing can be happening. It is a complete reversal of the democratic gains Kenya has made in the last 15 years.
People have been asking me to declare my stand, whether I will go for the top seat. I want to say that when the opportunity comes, I will offer myself for the LDP presidential nomination. I will go for the top seat if picked by my party.
Grave matters need to be dealt with the seriousness they deserve and that is why we want parliament to be re-convened without further delay.
The president admits that there should be a meeting between us to discuss pertinent issues on the constitution and the way forward.
We do not want this conflict to continue. We have said that 2006 will be a year of reconciliation, tolerance and dialogue. For that matter I am happy that the president has read the mood of the year and is positive like other Kenyans.
This is a government of the minority because one cannot chase you after you have wrestled him down.