The country has been by political events and BBI report stoppage was on trending list before it was replaced by Bonchari, Juja and Ruiru By-Elections respectively. President Uhuru Kenyatta has been the talk and the confusion taking Mt Kenya by storm is causing all types of dissapontments.
Raila's close ally Peter Kaluma slammed Mt Kenya youths to be creative and stop blaming President Uhuru Kenyatta. "The people of Mt. Kenya especially young people have been taught to believe that they will succeed in life by transferring all their personal failures to President Kenyatta!" He warned.
But as politics continue tearing the country apart the swearing in of Lady justice Martha Koome as the new chief justice is taking the country by excitement. Martha Koome is has been sworn in the time when Judiciary is on spot with Kenyans. All these events have been taking the country by storm but Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has been left mourning the death of prominent political leader.
Governor Oparanya sent out these sad news to mourn former Kakamega gubernatorial aspirant Mama Mable Muruli. Governor Oparanya said Kakamega County had lost a hardworking daughter who was humble committed and hardworking may her soul rest in peace. Governor also added that these comes after the county lost another chief staff while undergoing treatment.
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