There is hope for a better Kenya when you consider that in Malawi, the incumbent President Peter Mutharika (brother of Bingu wa Mutharika, Malawi President 2004-2012) and his running mate Atupele Muluzi (son of Bakili Muluzi, Malawi President 1994-2004) were just defeated by mere 2 Hustlers Lazarus Chakwera and Saulos Chilima.
In fact, Lazuru, the former head of the Malawi Assemblies of God, claims that he argued with God before making a decision to be a politician.
“I had to argue with God over a direction in life that didn’t seem natural to me,” he said in a video published by St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in California.
The 65-year-old emerged as leader of the Malawi Congress Party in 2013 without having any previous political experience.
Standing at the apex of power and addressing the nation on Sunday, Mr Chakwera has come a long way from the boy who grew up in a village outside the capital, Lilongwe, who was, by his own admission, crippled by shyness.
President Mutharika was in the middle of calling for the resignation of the Chief Justice for the nullification of his election by the Constitutional Court in February and Supreme Court in May 2020, the same thing happening here in Kenya.
Malawi Law Society (MLS), just like the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) successfully fought the attempt to cripple the independence of the Judiciary.
If you see the Kenyatta, Odinga, and Moi Dynasties, tell them to learn from the Mutharika and Muluzi Dynasties that the unity of Hustlers is the funeral of Dynasties.