Oparanya Finally Allege External Forces Threatening Ruto to Pass Finance Bill 2023.
The Azimio leader claimed during Thursday's meeting in Nairobi that President Ruto is being coerced and intimidated by the international community to pass the bill. According to Oparanya, the same forces that brought Ruto to power after the general election on August 9 are now pressuring him to pass the measure if they are to continue supporting him and his government.
All Eyes on Ruto as Sources Reveal When Boarding Schools are Likely to End After Taskforce Report
It has emerged that boarding schools in Kenya are likely to end as soon as early next year. According to those privy to the final report by the Presidential Working Taskforce on Education, the president has been told to facilitate the end of the boarding schools in Kenya.
Top Mt Kenya Governor Loses his Cool and Engages MCAs in a Heated Exchange After What They Told him
A file photo Kenyan governors. It has emerged that in a recent budget discussion forum, a county governor from Mt. Kenya found himself in a heated exchange as frustration grew over unfulfilled promises and allegations of engaging in private business ventures. The governor, who has been in office for just eight months, is facing mounting pressure from both the local community and Members of County Assembly (MCAs).
Edwin Sifuna Questions Ruto Over 6 Stadiums He Promised In 2013 In Reference To The Housing Project
Nairobi senator Edwin Sifuna had reminded Ruto over his promises in 2013, one of them being the six stadium he promised Kenyan's during the Jubilee campaign's. One of those stadias was Kamariny whose construction has never ended despite money being pumped into the projects then. Edwin Sifuna referred back to the Kamariny Stadium to make true the claim that Mr Ruto has never built anything and that the promise on housing is better off treated as just one of those many promises.
Good News as Ruto's Govt Finally Provides a Long Lasting Solution to Passport Backlog in Kenya
The State Department for Immigration and Citizen Services is poised to receive an additional budget allocation of Sh70 million to address the backlog of passport booklet deliveries caused by faulty machines. The move comes as the Budget and Appropriations Committee recognizes the department's struggle to meet the high demand for passports among Kenyans.