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(From The Nation (Kenya) - AAGM)
Byline: Mutuma Mathiu
Good morning ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the captive state of Kenya.
If the Islamists in Somalia were to invade the sacred soil of our homeland, or the Norwegians or Martians or Neptunians or any other group of foreigners were to invade us and impose their rule, we wouldn't be any more of an occupied territory than we are today.
We are captive, not to a foreign power, but to our own brothers, sisters, fathers, (a few) mothers, uncles and aunties. We are the captives of a class, the political class.
In 2002, we were "liberated", just like Iraq was, by President Mwai Kibaki and the National Rainbow Coalition from the yoke of Mr Moi, Mr Nicholas Biwott, Mr Henry Kosgey, Mr Uhuru Kenyatta, Mr William …