The Political Analyst Herman Manyora, has delivered a bombshell on the Deputy William Ruto's bid to become the president of Kenya in 2022. This is after the Deputy President was interviewed by Linus Kakai of the Citizen Tv on Thursday night 15th April. Manyora said even though he's not an expert in body language reading, he a Ruto that looked deflated lacking in confidence and vigour as before. He looked like someone that has received a thorough beating, which could have been as a result of President Kenyatta
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecution has already presented more evidence for Arror and Kimwarer Dam Scandal.The Arror and Kimwarer Dam scandal is alleged to have involved the former CS of Treasury, Henry Rotich, and 9 others.
Deputy President William Ruto has been trolled and heckled after his recent remarks. According to most Kenyans, the DP is an hypocrite who gives people false promises. Kenyans have expressed their anger and discontent with him with most people blaming him for the failures of the government headed by his two bosses President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga. Unlike now, all the ministries under DP’s docket are all crippled. This is because the former Finance Cabinet
Former CS Henry Rotich with Deputy President William Ruto.Photo/Courtesy It has emerged that the former Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Finance Henry Rotich aides in the irregular payment if Ksh 11 Billion to an Italian insurance agency.
One of the Kenya's biggest scandal happened during the Uhuruto regime involved the Kimwarer and Arror Dams. The country lost billions of money to a project that was never even launched.The then cabinet secretary for treasury Rotich allowed the goverment to pay a foreign company money that was aimed at constructing dams that could have helped the residents in getting fresh and clean water for use and other services. The office of Director of Public prosecution,Haji took over the matter to find out who were the
The handshake and Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) has become the center stage of Kenyan politics. There has been reported fallout between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila over what ODM leaders terms as being taken for rounds by the head of state.Even Raila himself has been recently attacking Jubilee government for failing to fullfil the promises they made to Kenyans while they were being elected. And now Raila Odinga while talking to a local Kikuyu station, has revealed that he has been consulting with President
Harvard University, a private Ivy League research university in Massachusetts USA, was established in 1636, with its history, influence, and wealth making it one of the world's most prestigious universities. Several Kenyans have had the opportunity to study at the prestigious school including billionaire Chris Kirubi, Meru Senator Kiraitu Murungi, CS Adan Mohamed (Ministry of East African Community and Regional Development), former Treasury CS Henry Rotich, former Kenya Airways bosses Titus Naikuni and Mbuvi
To facilitate the achievement of the government agenda, President Uhuru Kenyatta has made various changes to ministries targeting chief administrative secretaries and permanent secretaries positions.Some new people have been appointed, others reshuffled from one ministry to another while others have been sacked.
Ruto and a section of the cabinet A heated debate of tribalism in cabinet appointments among top leaders has once again surfaced with Ruto's camp clashing with the handshake team resulting in the compilation of a list of members of the cabinet from the kalenjin nation who are believed to have been fronted by Ruto to president Kenyatta for appointment in various cabinet portfolios. The debate also made headlines today in the Star newspaper where former vice president kalonzo musyoka pointed a blaming finger towards
Justice delayed is justice denied. Corruption cases in Kenya must find an immediate solution and the punishment should be harsher according to my opinion in order to see some leaders avoid stealing from the public. The Aror and Kimwarer dam scandal has taken years and President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto are almost finishing there terms without justice being served when the corruption scandal happened under there watch. Corruption cases have been on the rise with governors being the major culprits from
The Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji has revealed that the company assigned the job at the Kimwarer and Arror dams had not been registered when it won the tender.Haji has said that there was no documentation of the tendering process as well as information about the firm.The project was to cost 63billion but it was cancelled after 22billion paid in advance to the contractors was lost.The DPP has said that it was unnecessary to pay the contractors since they did not have designs of the project drawn.
The prosecution has set 52 witnesses to testify in the Arror and Kimwarer Dam scandal.The witnesses are expected to testify against ex-Treasury CS Henry Rotich who is facing corruption and fraud charges over a multimillion dollar project to build the two mega dams.
The recent years have seen scandals after scandals where billions on shillings have been misappropriated by the very same people who should ensure the tax payers money is used well.Kenyans forget too fast a trait that our leader have really taken advantage of.
The arraignment has in any event 52 observers who will affirm against Former Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and his co-denounced for the situation including the multi-billion Arror and Kimwarer dams embarrassment.This was uncovered on Friday during the pre preliminary hearing.
Director of public prosecution ,Noordin Haji has revealed that the contract to the kimwarer and Arror dam projects was given to a ghost company. This is after the search revealed that the company was not registered when it worn the tender. According to the DPP the contactor who was awarded the tender to execute the project changed the name three times In the reply to the former treasury cabinet secretary Henry Rotich Haji further stated that foreign contractor first was not mentioned in the tendering documents.
Photo: Henry Rotich in a past Event. Former Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich's Case has taken a new direction after the office of the Director of Public Prosection informed the court that the state is nolonger interested in sueing Thugge and Koech. Koech and Thugge were accused together with Rotich in the Arror and Kimwarer dams mega 64B scandal. The deputy director of public prosecution said that the state will withdraw charges against Koech and Thugge to enable them act as witnesses against Rotich instead.
The director of public prosecution Noordin Hajji has denied going to Italy to investigate the Arrow - Kimwarer dam scandal.The dam scandal involves former finance cabinet secretary Henry Rotich among other big names.
Former Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich was accused alongside Koech and Thugge in the Arror and Kimwarer Mega 64B dam scandal. In a new move, the DPP believes that Thugge will help in strengthening the case,charges against him have been dropped in order for him to act as a state witness. On Tuesday, assistant DPP Alexander Muteti informed chief magistrate Douglas Ogoti that the State was no longer interested in prosecuting Thugge and Koech as they will now be state witnesses. Koech and Thugge served under
Treasury former PS Kamau Thugge will now become a key witness in the Kimwarer and Arror Dams Scandal case, after the Director of Public Prosecution withdrew the charges against him.Thugge will be a witness against his former boss Ex-CS Henry Rotich in the multi-billion corruption case that he is facing in court. Alexander Muteti assistant to DPP revealed on Tuesday to Chief Magistrate Douglas Ogoti that they were pulling out charges against Thugge,who was charged along side Rotich and Wildlife PS Susan Koech
Ex-Treasury PS Kamau Thugge to testify against his former boss Henry Rotich in the Kimwarer dam saga
The multibillion dam scandal has taken a new twist after the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji dropped charges against former Principal Secretaries Kamau Thugge and Susan Koech. The two who were arrested and charged in court in 2019 over their alleged role in the Arror and Kimwarer Sh63 billion dams scandal will now testify against former Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich. Former treasurer PS Kamau Thugge is now a state witness after he entered a deal with DPP Noordin Haji to testify against his former