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EDUCATION DOCKET ONCE AGAIN TO A GUSII MAN

Following his appointment to the Cabinet for Education, Ezekiel Machogu might be another individual in President William Ruto’s administration to keep an eye on. Machogu is now the third person from the greater Gusii Region to be selected as the cabinet secretary for education, a position with significant authority in the government. Machogu unsuccessfully vied …

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THE 12 PRIVILLEDGED MEMBERS OF THE CABINET

President William Ruto on Tuesday finally unveiled the names of the men and women he has nominated to sit in his Cabinet and assist him in coordinating the activities of government departments as he embarks on implementing pledges in his campaign manifesto. The nominations have notably favored many of President Ruto’s close political associates and …

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THREE CANDIDATES MOVE TO COURT TO STOP SPEAKER ELECTION IN KAKAMEGA

Three candidates who are vying for Speaker position in the Kakamega County Assembly filed a case in court on Wednesday morning, their demand is that the exercise should be stopped. The candidates moved to court on claims that their names were missing in the list of candidates shortlisted to contest for the speaker seat. Former …

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MIGUNA MIGUNA HAS FINALLY RECEIVED HIS PASSPORT YEARS AFTER HIS EXILE WHICH TOOK CLOSE TO FIVE YEARS

The embattled lawyer taking to social media on Tuesday evening,  said that President William Ruto had ensured the processing of his passport which sets the stage for his return to Kenya. According to the outspoken lawyer, he did not need to sign any documents as previously ordered for him to get the travel document. “1687 …

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DEPUTY PRESIDENT RIGATHI GACHAGUA HAS MADE A VISIT TO A PRESIDENTIAL ESCORT TEAM WHO WAS INJURED IN A ROAD ACCIDENT.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, revealed that there was an accident involving an officer of the Presidential Escort leading to his admission to the hospital. “Took time to visit officers of the presidential Escort admitted in hospital after a road accident,” he said. The date and cause of the accident are yet to be known. “I …

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DEPUTY PRESIDENT CALLS FOR PATIENCE ON CABINET APPOINTMENTS AS IT WILL TAKE SOME TIME

Principal Secretaries shall take time following travel of President William Ruto to the United Kingdom. Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has mentioned that the appointment of Cabinet Secretaries and according to the deputy president Gachagua, the appointment process of the cabinet was already in process when President Ruto was invited for Queen Elizabeth II’s send off. …

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I COLLABORATE WITH THE GOVERNMENT BUT I CAN’T KNEEL -SAYS KARUA

In her speech at the swearing-in ceremony for newly elected Governor Abdulswamad Nassir in Mombasa,  leader of the Narc-Kenya party,Martha Karua, adviseed the new governor to work with the government but “not while kneeling.” She added that Abdulswamad must work bravely and independently without any pressure, assuring him of any support from the Azimio team whenever …

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WILL THERE BE CHANGES AFTER THE INAUGURATION?

President-elect William Ruto officially became the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya during the swearing in ceremony on Tuesday 13/09/2022. William Ruto and Rigathi were elected as the country's president and vice president during the 9th  august election. The event began with the guests, including the presidents of different countries, arriving, some of whom …

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