I'm sure your in-tray, your Excellency does not need an envelope from another anxious Kenyan.
But things are thick, and you probably feel the heat a lot more than we do. But I am getting anxious sir.
I had a conversation with a friend today and we spoke about Economic Sabotage and where that can lead us as a country. You see sir, I've been following the conversation about #KenyaRising keenly since 2006, when we first began to fully realise and define the growth the country had had since 2002, when President Kibaki came to power. There's a host of things that are feeding into a full blown economic sabotage, MRC, Alshabab have already done well in that regard.
2007 is a memory I wouldn't want to awake, for you, for me now for the millions of Kenyans who have tried to rise above the fateful bloody days. But it happened, and close on it's heels the global crisis happened. We were back to scratch as a country. We saw investors flee, but shortly after, you as in charge of Finance and the government at the time lured them back, one at a time. But now sir, you're quickly going back to ground zero.
Here's a glance of what we have gone through this and last week.
1. Saba Saba has been declared a mass action day- not by you. Should go to work on that day?
2. Satao was killed, Kenya seems to have lost the fight against poaching.
3. 50 people killed in Mpeketoni, general anxiety if the same will happen elsewhere.
4. Tourism is on it's sick bed.
5. Unemployment means more and more Kenyans have nothing to lose, and could take the streets.
Your CS of Treasury is on a road show abroad, enticing investors to buy our Eurobond. I can only imagine how their perceptions are being shaped this week.
Sir, perhaps you and Baba need to sit down and brew that cuppa tea for the sake of the country, even though I have mixed feelings about his recent libretto. Figure of speech, sirs.
As you and your team work on a plan out, we are hoping for a master plan, as the interest of all Kenyans is the peace and stability of our wonderful country; not just for us, but for the investments we badly need from the international markets that will take our country to the next leave, given your ambitious blue print.
Let not our ego's come in the way of ensuring that your people are safe and secure. Just a reminder of that election promise, sir.
Please do whatever you must, whatever will make you sleep well at night, for the sleep of millions of Kenyans depends on you.
Not that you didn't know that , your Excellency.
PS: We miss Boinet. I'm sure you feel the same.
Your's in respect.