Author: CHRISPEN AKALI

Friday, June 2, 2023 – President William Ruto has claimed that local actors Timothy Kimani Ndegwa aka Njugush and Edwin Butita aka Butita are making money more than his monthly salary. Speaking as he hosted drama Fest Concert in Nairobi on Friday June 2, the head of State mentioned the two Kenyan content creators whom he claimed make more money every month than his official pay. “We have Njugush and Butita. Clap for those two gentlemen. Don’t judge them by their dress code, these two young men make money than myself. “I congratulate them for their work in the digital…

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Friday, June 2, 2023 –Outspoken Vice Chairman United Democratic Alliance UDA Party Mr Seth Panyako has sustained onslaught on President William Ruto. Just days after announcing his departure from the ruling party, Panyako now accuses President Ruto of being a hands-off man. He has taken issue with the manner in which the President was casually treating the millions of youths who voted him into office with hopes of getting a solution to their life challenges. In his latest interview on Spice FM, the vocal nurses boss said he was regretting supporting a regime that can nolonger deliver on simple campaign…

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Friday, June 2, 2023 –Citizen Tv’s investigative reporter Purity Mwambia has broken her silence two years since her investigative expose’ Guns Galore went viral. Following her expose that was aired on Citizen Tv on rogue police officers who have been hiring guns to thugs at a fee, Mwambia’s life became a matter of concern forcing her employer to help take her to exile. And on May 30 while participating in a United States Department of States to deliberate the unique challenges faced by women in the news industry, Ms Mwambia noted that her life has never remained the same after…

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Friday, June 2, 2023 –Lawyer Ahmednasir Abudulahi has questioned the sense in Chief Justice Martha Koome riding in a sh 20 million worth car plus outriders and chasers, to boot. This is after the Chief Justice, on Thursday, June 1, arrived for Madaraka Day celebrations at Moi Stadium in Embu, aboard a Toyota Land Cruiser 300 GR Sport valued at sh 20 million. The black sports car launched in Japan on August 2, 2021, was branded with the number plate CJ 1 to indicate that it was her official customized car which she uses to cruise around for official duties.…

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Thursday, June 1, 2023 –President William Ruto mentioned Calvin Ochieng’ two times in his Madaraka Day speech at Moi Stadium in Embu with many Kenyans wondering why just Ochieng. While explaining to the audience why small businesspersons will be empowered under his leadership, Dr. Ruto sampled one Calvin Ochieng who is a less known bodaboda rider operating from Kilimani Nairobi. Speaking at the Stadium today Thursday June 1, the head of State noted that Ochieng(the rider) would enjoy proposed reforms in the boda boda sector and in the entire transport sector. Through government’s plan to roll out electric vehicle public…

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Thursday, June 1, 2023 –President William Ruto took issue with those distorting the newly-proposed Finance Bill 2023 and said politicians should learn to feed the population with accurate information. Ruto said the proposed housing levy in the Bill is not a tax as it is being peddled by detractors but an investment for every Kenyan under his leadership. The head of State also said his administration was fighting to pay foreign outstanding debts so that the country can start to stand on its own. On the housing levy, Ruto noted that it will be wrong for him to leave the…

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Thursday, June 1, 2023 –President William Ruto has recognised the Kenyan team working to restore order and peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo DRC. On Wednesday, May 31, the head of State commended former President Uhuru Kenyatta with the rest of his team in making sure there is witnessed ceasefire between the worrying factions in the war-torn country. Speaking during the 21st Extraordinary Meeting of the Heads of State held in Burundi, Dr. Ruto linked the current peace to heavy commitment from the Kenyan team led by Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta. “We celebrate the ceasefire that has now been held…

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Thursday, June 1, 2023 –Comedian Erick Omondi has lashed at Kenya Kwanza government for reportedly planning to tax content creators in the country. Speaking to various media houses through a clip that we have received on our news desk on Thursday June 1, Erick has warned the William Ruto-led administration against taxing people who his government had done absolutely nothing to support them. Erick who turned into a self-styled Human Rights activist went on to promise to lead thousands of content creators around the country to the streets if the current government will not withdraw the punitive taxing plan indicated…

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Thursday, June 1, 2023 –Largest oil refinery plant in Africa valued at 419 billion has been commissioned in Nigeria. Nigerian business mogul Aliko Dangote opened the largest oil refinery machine to revolutionise crude oil processing in the continent as reports from the firm’s communication team indicated that their first product will be hitting the market in July this year. Being the Africa’s wealthiest man and who runs Dangote Group of Companies, he wants the machine to produce atleast 53 million liters of Diesel and 2 million liters of jet fuel all at enough export supply levels. The company which is…

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Wednesday, May 31, 2023 –President William Ruto has struck out the name of former Kiambu County executive officer whom he had rewarded with a plum State role in his Cabinet. Faith Njeri Harrison, a former County Executive Committee CEC member in Kiambu County, had earlier been listed by the president to be the Principal Secretary PS State Department for Performance Management in Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi’s office. But just before her vetting, her name was suddenly dropped, and a replacement was named in new changes announced by Head of Public Service Felix Koskei, on Wednesday May 31. Interestingly, there…

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