Mt kenya MPs in plot to block Ruto
According to the publication, the MPs allied to the president told him that it is hard to sell ODM leader Raila Odinga in the region.
The big question is, who do they want to sell in Mt Kenya?The Standard
New Order: How 2010 law shook Uhuru, ruling class
As the country marks 11 years of the 2020 constitution, the political elite is yet to come to terms with reality of the new order and how they have suffered before the courts each time they have tried to bulldoze the law.
What President told Mt kenya leaders at State House Meeting
Over 30 kieleweke MPs met Uhuru on Friday night and their agenda was to push to kick out Murathe and Tuju from Jubilee leadership, but the president had other ideas.
According to the publication, they shared about succession politics and unity of the region and agreed the party to rebrand itself and enter new coalitions ahead of next year's polls.Taifa Leo
Siogopi Vitisho Vya Serikali
Deputy president William Ruto has said he will not fear threats posed by government by downgrading his security detail and even taking away some of his drivers. He urged his allies to stand firm confirming to them that whatever they are going through is for a short time.
According to the publication, DP Ruto said he is working on matters dealing with economy, hence he has no time to argue with them.
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