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The Communist Party of Kenya (CPK) hereby addresses the recent allegations concerning Chinese hacking activities allegedly targeting the Kenyan government. It is essential to approach this matter with careful consideration, taking into account various factors that may influence the narrative.

First and foremost, we must acknowledge the credibility of the report's origin. The initial report originated from a UK defense contractor with high clearance levels and limited accessibility, which raises concerns about potential imperialist influence. While we recognize their expertise and influence, it is crucial to emphasize that the report was not generated locally in Kenya, further raising questions about the integrity of our journalism.

Additionally, it is important to recognize the involvement of UK journalists in compiling the report. These journalists have consistently exhibited an anti-China bias in their reporting, particularly when it comes to military affairs. This bias may have influenced the framing of the story, casting doubt on its objectivity.

The report primarily focuses on the financial relationship between China and Kenya, highlighting China's growing influence through infrastructure funding. The intention appears to be centered around portraying strains on Kenya's finances due to these investments. This emphasis on financing reflects a larger context of shifting dynamics and competing interests, often driven by those skeptical of China's rising influence.

Recent discussions indicate a shift in the approach to financing in Sub-Saharan Africa, starting with Kenya. This change poses potential challenges to China's role as a major lender, leading to increased competition. It is within this competitive landscape that efforts to sow doubt and uncertainty regarding Chinese funding may arise.

The cumulative effect of these attacks, including the current allegations, is seemingly aimed at eroding trust in the China-Kenya relationship. Certain Western propaganda aims to portray China as untrustworthy, impacting trade, exports, and partnerships at both government and public levels. However, these attempts have been largely unsuccessful, as the people of Africa understand the mutually beneficial nature of our cooperation.

It is crucial for us, as defenders of truth, to stand tall against these propaganda attacks. While the Western powers prime their population to justify a war with China, we must offer a counter-offensive away from their brainwashing tactics. We call for international solidarity and urge our fellow Africans to see through these manipulations, fostering a relationship with China based on trust, mutual respect, and shared development goals.

Booker Ngesa Omole 

The Deputy National Chairperson of the Central Organizing Committee of the Communist Party of Kenya.

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