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Saturday 28th: The Saturday Nation And The Saturday Standard Newspaper Headline

The Saturday Nation: The hawker who stopped MPs burial

Matungu Member of parliament Justus Murunga has not been buried up to now after court order blocking the burial. The court blocked the burial after Agnes Wangui Wambiri who is 35 years old claimed that Hon Murunga has sired 2 children with him.

During the interview,Agnes said she used to sell uji to him daily before their relationship started on 2012. Agnes claimed the relationship become stronger after about one year and they were now 7 years in a relationship.

The Saturday Standard: Ruto shocks hustlers with BBI U-turn

Deputy president William Ruto takes to social medial to highlight the major wins to his camp in the proposed amendments to the constitution.

DP Ruto said that article 11A in the BBI Constitution introduced during the launch of signatures will anchor the ordinary people hustler's economics of the wheelbarrow,bodaboda,mama mboga, pastoralist,butchers and guaranteed minimum returns on coffee,tea,korosho,sukari,maize and others.

This is a drastic change from the second in command who has been opposing the document from the start,the big question is,will this lead to a non- contested referendum?

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