Friday's Newspapers Headlines: Ex State House Official In Trouble As Woman Demands Sh413M Child Care
1. Gazeti La Taifa Leo. In Taifa Leo Headline, KRA has put measures to ensure taxes are collected from the Mama Mboga and the bodaboda guys. The Kenya Revenue Authority has set aside Ksh1.2 billion to recruit human resources to collect more taxes to finance the government's budget and to restrain the country from relying on loans from the West.
What ODM MP Has Sensed Might Happen To Wetangula If Uhuru, Raila's Demand Isn't Fulfilled By Tuesday
Members of Parliament affiliated with the Azimio la Umoja coalition are preparing to impeach National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang'ula. Wetang'ula's refusal to accept Sabina Chege's removal from her position as the Deputy Minority Whip resulted in this development. National Assembly Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi stated during a press conference held outside the Parliament building that the coalition is presently preparing an impeachment motion that is expected to be finalised by Tuesday.
Twist as Woman Heads to Court Seeking Ksh 413 Million Child Support From Former State House Official
A file photo of State House, Nairobi. A woman is in court seeking Ksh 413 million child support for three children that she sired with a former powerful State House official. According to court documents, the woman is seeking among others Kenya Shillings 600,000 monthly subsistence allowance which includes food, toiletries, personal effects and grooming for the three minors.
Opinion: Oduol Impeachment in Siaya was Stage-managed by Cartels
Siaya Deputy Governor Dr. William Oduol Denge was yesterday impeached by the County Assembly for allegedly bullying County staff, abuse of office, and interference with the procurement process. Dr. William Oduol Denge. A day before the impeachment news circulating in social media indicated that Governor James Orengo was involved in preparing the impeachment document and might have offered his legal expertise in drafting the final report.
Big Blow to Late President Moi After his Family Loses 1.2-Acre Land in Mombasa, Here is Why
A file photo of the Moi family. The family of the former Head of State president Daniel Moi has lost a prime property in Mombasa. This is after the Supreme Court revoked the title deed of a 1.2-acre public land allocated to the late President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi at Nyali beach in Mombasa 34 years ago.