Update 6-14-10: When this report was first published in 2008, The Evangelical Alliance showed an agreement Raila Odinga signed with the National Muslim Leaders Forum (NMLF). That document is no longer on The Evangelical Alliance website. The agreement would have committed portions of Kenya to Sharia Law. There is confirmation that there was an agreement, but denial that the agreement on the Alliance website was the actual agreement. The question is, if there was an agreement between Raila Odinga and the NMLF why is it not made public?
Barack Obama campaigned with Odinga in 2006. Raila Odinga says he is Obama’s cousin. Can Obama be the man this Country wants to be President? Will he turn over American Muslims to Shariah Law? It’s not unreasonable to think so. He turned the other way when it was tried in Kenya.
Raila Odinga lost the election, but Kofi Annan stepped-in and secured the power-sharing, Prime Minister position for Odinga.
Related to all the above is a news account of extreme violence in Kenya after the elections, which Odinga did NOT win – and which are believed to be fueled by Odinga supporters: The Australian reports: The Australian link isn’t working. Read it at CBS.
EVEN the children were burnt alive.
In broad daylight, a crowd of Kenyans set a church filled with hundreds of terrified families on fire and listened to their screams as flames engulfed them.
According to witnesses including police and a Red Cross volunteer, those who escaped the Assemblies of God Church in Eldoret, about 300km west of Nairobi, were hunted down with machetes; others hid inside pit latrines.
With Mr Kibaki [the President] belonging to Kenya’s largest tribe, the Kikuyu, and Mr Odinga to the second-largest, the Luo, the violence has taken on a distinctly ethnic hue…,
Those massacred in the church were mostly Kikuyus. Kenya’s other 41 official tribes accuse them of monopolising political power and businesses at the expense of other tribes – accusations stridently taken up by supporters of Mr Odinga.