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Unmasked: Sh2 billion Waititu cash 'loot'.
Seventeen times in five years, that is the rate at which the State Anti-Corruption Agency reckons Waititu multiplied his wealth. Now the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is seeking to recover houses, vehicles and money in banks owned by Waititu, his wife and their three trading companies.
The Saturday Standard.
Headline: Karua's demands to IEBC.
Azimio presidential flagbearer Raila Odinga's running mate Martha Karua now wants the electoral agency to fix shortfalls that led to nullification of the 2017 presidential election, and to assure aspirants that servers have been cleaned in readiness for August 9 polls.
I will give you ADC land, Raila tells squatters.
Headline: Raila, Ruto trade barbs on heated campaign trail.
The two have savaged each other in whirlwind campaigns. They call each other liars just a day after National Prayers Breakfast.
IEBC orders crackdown on politicians using State resources.
Headline: Karua ahofia kura kurudiwa.
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