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Friday, December 28, 2007
Emailing: A very rowdy car load of Joho and Kushe fans have just arrived, A matatu also equally noisy has just disgorged 'fans', The first van has aga
A matatu also equally noisy has just disgorged 'fans'
The first van has again loaded with fans and about to leave...
reversing out of Joho's gate
This matatu bears the route of Mariakani - Voi. Strange.
That van full of mostly women is leaving goodness heading where
Another noisy van plastered with pictures of the two candidates, carrying even noisier men has just arrived
If the above pictures that I've just taken a few minutes ago are anything to go by with the descriptions for each photo, I fear that we are in for another sleepless and noisy night. And where are these people being taken and then brought back and taken, again?
Also, the route of one of the matatus is interesting. Has it brought voters all the way from Mariakani and Voi? These places are not within the Kisauni constituency.
And when they see me taking pictures, they quickly silence themselves. Why?
Also, will the cops at 999 or 112 still be available to restore order and peace in this neighbourhood? What exactly is going on?