I am mulling over whether to disclose what I have learned from my reliable source as to what the real beef is as to this stalemate in naming the rest of the nominees for the cabinet.
Hint: It has to do with digital v analog but not in the manner this has been presented to us and the combatants are pitted one against the other such that the one with the digital argument wins, the one with the analog argument loses, big time.
The intriguing if not fascinating twist to this, is the fact that the one likely to win has actually so far won these inside “wars” and look no further than what your two eyes are telling you when you see the two together.
Collateral damage of that victory–and this is even more intriguing, if not fascinating include some serious power players who would not want such a humiliation.
I would rather not do a full reporting on this and mention names but it’s clear this is no small war going on and don’t be fooled with the smiles or even what comes of it as a final deal; a lot is at stake here and there are clearly going to be winners and losers and look for the latter to start undermining the former from the get go.
Bring in Parliament and the Senate and you have nothing but pure power plays ahead with nothing emerging as the epicenter of any until likely the next elections.
For now, you can count on people not sleeping over this Scene I of the power plays and suddenly some people are wishing and hoping there is some magic wand to wag and everything smooths out to await another set of challenging, if not very difficult circumstances ahead.
My postulation: Ruto is going to emerge out of this as the biggest winner of the 2013 elections, not Uhuru, even as his victory will be de minimis in the larger scheme of things but count on the latter to smart out and really deliver a KO to the former when the stars above the sky align–and if you up now, you won’t see that being the case, yet.