You can live with a secret but not for a long time, for when reality strike, it’s revealed to help others that may likely fall into the same trap, BUT Akothe revelation is not crystal clear, neither helping but just mind boggling.

She has finally revealed in her facebook page that in the year 2005, she was once almost a victim of rape at a time she was desperate.

It was not a rape by any Tom Dick and Harry, but a Cabinet minister who was close to NASA leader Raila Odinga.

We tried to google the ministers that were close to Raila during that time and to avoid speculation here is the full list but all the same, it will be hard to find out exactly who stopped a Mercedes vehicle at the hill near Community, to attempt to rape Akothe.

At times it’s good to point out who exactly did it to ease the headache of guessing, considering that all Ministers by then drove Mercedes vehicles and more so a majority of them were Raila’s friends.

Anyway if you make out who did it from this list  including those already dead(nothing wrong to denounce evil even after life) we can shame him. Good luck!

The full Grand Coalition Cabinet list during the period Akothe was almost raped.

Ministry of State for Provincial Administration and Internal Security  
Minister: Prof George Saitoti  
Assistant Ministers: Simon Lesirma and Joshua Orwa Ojode 

 Ministry of State for Defence 

Minister: Yusuf Haji  
Assistant Ministers: David Musila and Joseph Nkaisserry 

Office of the Vice President 

Vice President and Minister for Home Affairs: Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka  
Assistant Minister: Lorna Laboso 

Ministry of State for Immigration and Registration of Persons 

Minister: Gerald Otieno Kajwang’  
Assistant Minister: Francis Baya 

Ministry of State for National Heritage & Culture:  
Minister: William ole Ntimama  
Assistant Minister: Joel Onyancha Omagwa 

Office of the Prime Minister: 

Prime Minister: Raila Amollo Odinga

Assistant Minister: Alfred Khang’ati 

Ministry of State for Planning, National Development and Vision 2030: 

Minister: Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya  
Assistant Minister: Peter Kenneth 

Ministry of State for Public Service:  
Minister: Dalmas Anyango Otieno  
Assistant Minister: Aden Ahmed Sugow 

Office of Deputy Prime Minister and Ministry of Trade:  
Deputy PM and Minister for Trade: Uhuru Kenyatta  
Assistant Minister: James Omingo Magara 

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and Ministry of Local Government  
Deputy PM and Minister for Local Government: Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi  
Assistant Minister: Robison Njeru Githae 

Ministry of East African Community  
Minister: Amason Kingi Jeffah  
Assistant Minister: Peter Munya 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs  
Minister: Moses Wetangula  
Assistant Minister: Richard Momoima Onyonka 

Ministry of Finance  
Minister: Amos Kimunya  
Assistant Minister: Dr. Oburu Oginga 

Ministry of Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs  
Minister: Martha Karua  
Assistant Minister: William Cheptumo Kipkorir 

Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development  
Minister: Mutula Kilonzo  
Assistant Minister: Elizabeth Ongoro Masha 

Ministry of Roads  
Minister: Kipkalya Kones  
Assistant Ministers: Wilfred Machage  and Lee Kinyanjui 

Ministry of Public Works  
Minister: Chris Obure  
Assistant Minister: Dickson Wathika Mwangi  
Ministry of Transport  
Minister: Chirau Ali Makwere  
Assistant Minister: John Harun Mwau  
Ministry of Water and Irrigation  
Minister: Charity Kaluki Ngilu  
Assistant Minister: Mwangi Kiunjuri 

Ministry of Regional Development Authorities 

Minister: Fredrick Omulo Gumo  
Assistant Minister: Judah Katoo ole Metito 

Ministry of Information & Communications 

Minister: Samuel Poghisio  
Assistant Ministers: George Munyasa Khaniri and Dhadho Godhana 

Ministry of Energy 

Minister: Kiraitu Murungi  
Assistant Ministers: Charles Keter and Maalim Mohamud Mohamed

Do you see how hard it is to find out who attempted to rape Akothe? If you are like the writer,  its only fair for the leg stretcher to pin point who attempted to do it, for she can save someone in future as rapist remain rapists.

Jean Waithera

Columnist Kenyan Parents in USA


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