Tears are rolling down my eyes as I’m writing this.
It is a sad day for Kenya when Ruto and Kosgey are the guys arguing for justice and fairness.
It is a sad day for Kenya when Karua and Kibwana are defending rigged results.
It is a sad day for Kenya when Kivuitu is cracking jokes at the state house swearing in ceremony while lives are being lost for people who could care less (10 people already dead in Kisii, 2 dead in Kakamega, at least one in Kisumu).
It is a sad day for Kenya when Kibaki who pledged to be a one-term president and is only president because Raila said Kibaki Tosha can now not be bigger than himself and his cronies.
It is a sad day for Kenya when a cabal that has been in power since independence still controls the countries destiny.
It is a sad day for Kenya when millions of first time young voters have had their voice ignored – how do you tell these people that their vote matters in 2012?
It is a sad day for Kenya that Kenyans will no longer trust the one avenue they have – the ballot box.
It is a sad day in Kenya that the democracy that has been painfully and slowly nurtured since 1992 has been damaged in one day.
It is a sad day.