By Peter Amunga.
“WEEPING MAY ENDURE FOR A NIGHT, BUT JOY COMES IN THE MORNING” Psms 30:5
And Senator Cleo Wept.
The entire Luhya nation wept bitterly last night when our senator, Cleo shed tears. NOTHING HURTS us like when a leader says his life is endangered. Cleo. I cried seeing you speak of how a leader you respect so much tells media that you stage managed your arrest. That leader is a person we the Luhya have voted for and stood with. Indeed our indulgence with Raila is officially KAPUT. Let him go seek votes in Kiambu or Tharaka Nithi.
Cleo did not cry because he is weak. He cried for the Kenyan nation. A nation led by leaders who are selfish egoistic and jingoistic.
TEARS ARE A LANGUAGE GOD UNDERSTANDS
We wish to tell Cleo and all others trying to mock him that TEARS IS A LANGUAGE GOD UNDERSTANDS. Tears are a language of prayer. Tears are the language of. True leaders. Bible says.. “.. And JESUS WEPT
Cleo. To me you are my student. I taught you. But you have grown up to be better than your teacher. You have reached levels where few of us can ever reach. Feel loved my son. Feel encouraged. Feel the protection of angels.
8TH SEPTEMBER CLEO SPOKE IN CHURCH ASKING FOR FORGIVENESS
That act alone, of standing on the pulpit and seeking forgiveness for those you have wronged was the greatest act that any man can do. You humbled yourself. You spoke passionately about making peace with all men. Son, you are above any of us who chest thumps, who threatens, who steals and who robs Kenyans of #Covid19 funds.
This weekend I was in Kakamega. I can assure my readers Cleo commands respect. CLEO IS KING IN KAKAMEGA. Cleo gave Musalia Mudavadi a rousing welcome never seen before. Unfortunately our githeri media did not cover the event. We the Luhya nation have decided. Eshiefu ni eshiefu. Cleo is ours. When he cries we cry. When he laughs we laugh. Period.