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Headline : Ruto vs State.
An emboldened and hard-hitting Deputy President is pulling no punches, directly taking on his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Jubilee administration that he is part of.
Terror : Shabaab bomb maker sought worker's assistance in plot to attack Parliament.
Headline : Inside ugly Uhuru, Ruto silent battles.
DP Ruto accused of undermining Kenyatta legacy and going after the first family.
State starves DP Ruto's office of Finances in a plan to ground his operations.
Bribery and rented crowds, biggest threat to security, declares CS Matiang’i.
Headline : Painful Budget.
President signs Division of Revenue Bill, which outlines how national and county governments are to share money. This move paves way for Yatani to read the Budget speech in the House tomorrow as elections approach.
Junet Mohamed wants DCI to grill DP Ruto on Raila attack.
Headline : Returning officers row jolts IEBC.
Disgruntled commissioners accuse Chebukati and CEO of posting key officials to oversee elections in 290 constituencies without consultations but chairman says everything was done according to the law.
Matiang'i : Attack on Raila's chopper was planned.
MPs trade barbs over fuel crisis.
Kenya Kwanza leaders claim that the subsidy money was used to fund BBI but their Azimio colleagues accuse them of politicising the shortage.
The 2022 academic year cut by one month.
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