Ray of Hope.
The US Secretary of state,Condoleezza Rice,was briefly in Kenya today.I saw the presence of the United States in Kenya.We felt the presence of the world to share our sorrows,and to help us come out with a solution that would bring back Kenya to the peace and glory that it used to flourish in.
The Government side,though,said they would not be pressured by outside forces to accept what is not within the Kenyan constitution.
Dr.Rice was in one voice with Hon.Koffi Annan's appeal for power sharing that would allow a real coalition.
In this side of my country,this call is what the majority is yearning for.The lines are hard,but the will of Kenyans,who are the voters of the opposing parties,must be put first.
The situation is still tense.No ethnic group will prove innocence,in the skirmishes that has left many homeless.Virtually,all tribes have been affected.
Charity Organizations cannot handle the evacuees efficiently any more.They are overwhelmed.I am appealing to any well wishers to give us a hand to help out in this very painful,sad state,caused by the legal act of democracy.
I am especially touched by the condition of the babies on transit,and would appeal for contribution of pampers,warm clothes and drinking water for them.We are in a rainy season,the children are cold and many have sores caused by nappy rash,inflicting more pain to the already existing poor state.
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