I-MAG STS    Corporation
The second hardest African maglev to build, according to Hirola, is one that parallels the Equator and runs from
Boma (Democratic Republic of the Congo) on the Atlantic Ocean to Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) on the Indian Ocean.  
There are two scenarios of interest: Tanzania and Kenya both find that an extension to Mombasa (and maybe some
fine day to Mogadishu) is very beneficial OR Tanzania is not prepared to participate at this time and the link
east from Lake Kivu goes through Uganda and Kenya.
Assuming the recent legislative elections in Kenya to be considered fair, we have concerns about the upcoming
executive elections. We  project Raila Odinga winning over Mwai Kibaki by 2% were there to be high-integrity
voting. Realistically, we foresee no chance of that, so we predict that it will be  alleged that Mwai Kibaki did not, in
fact, receive a majority of votes: accordingly, we estimate 3,000 people killed in a month of rioting, $100,000,000 (US)
in property damage, and 390,000 people displaced.
What is very unfortunate for the
peoples of Kenya is that it hardly matters whether one speaks a popular local
language like Gikuyu, Luyia, Luo, Kalenjin, Kamba, Gusii or Meru or any of the 53 minority languages (with less
than one million speakers each). Nor does it matter a great deal who is President. Kenya has far more serious
problems: AIDS, not enough doctors, unemployment, poverty, inflation, malaria, sanitation and clean water.  
Kenya does not have much time left before conditions will deteriorate to the point where the civil disorder of
December 2007 and January 2008 will be recalled nostalgically.  As distasteful as both Raila Odinga and Mwai Kibaki
might find it, we suggest they find a way to share power as Kenya needs both their talents. And we know the
perfect project - click below
Kenya 2012

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