Tuesday , 26 September 2017

Politics

Uhuru’s allies likely to be axed from cabinet;Loyalty be rewarded

President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to execute a total overhaul in his cabinet should the Supreme Court uphold his reelection. For the second time in less than five years, Uhuru is defending his reelection following a petition by his close challenger Raila Odinga. And should Uhuru’s election be validated, he will embark on a process to reorganize his government to …

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Governor’s letter to Nairobi Residents

Public notice From:governor mike Sonko To: Nairobi county residents and employees RE:CLEANING UP THE SYSTEM Governor mike sonko will not sit down and watch county employees embezzle funds eg the 7million found hidden in the cash office awaiting to be sneaked out of city hall. Those cartels in city hall finance office will be told to step aside and give …

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Student’s Progress to Be Tracked from Nursery to University

All students in public institutions from nursery school to university will be assigned a six- character Unique Personal Identifier (UPI) linked to an electronic database. CS Fred Matiang’i has described the new Kenya National Education Management Information System (Nemis) as “the single source of truth for information” on all Kenyan learners. Nemis database will be available to potential employers, colleges …

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Concede defeat and move on, Musyoka says

Mwala MP elect Vincent Musyoka has asked former Kathiani MP Wavinya Ndeti who contested in the Machakos governor race and lost to incumbent Alfred Mutua to concede defeat. Musyoka says that Wavinya Ndeti lost fairly and that she should accept the voice of the people. Speaking to journalists in Machakos on Thursday, the Mwala lawmaker said that Ndeti had no …

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Why Raila’s case will fail at the Supreme Court

The move by ODM leader Raila Odinga to go to the Supreme Court to challenge the outcome of the general election, which saw him lose by a decisive margin to Jubilee’s President Uhuru Kenyatta, brings back memories of the opposition’s repeated attempts to manipulate the Judiciary for their selfish gains. Raila kept Kenyans waiting for four days, with millions suffering …

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