Winnie Odinga Cautioned, Told What's About to Happen to Her Father
ODM leader Raila Odinga might soon come face to ace with total rebellion from his Luo community, Former Chairman Of The Board Of Directors Lake Basin Development Authority Odoyo Owidi says. Raila has been leading the community since the death of his father Jaramogi Oginga, but Owidi, one of this fiercest critics from the same region, has predicted an end to his domination of the Luo.
Raila Odinga's Call For Countrywide Rallies Faces Backlash From his Luo Nyanza Backyard
The decision by the Azimio la Umoja party leader Raila Odinga to hold countrywide public rallies to engage the public on the ouster of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) vice chair Juliani Cherera and other three colleagues has been met with great opposition from his Nyanza backyard.
The Largest Shopping Mall In Nyanza And Western Region
The Lake Basin Mall is the name of the lovely shopping center. It may be found in Kisumu at Mamboleo Junction on the Kakamega-Kisumu road. It occupies a space of about 60,000 square meters. The mall was an undertaking that began in 2013 and was completed in 2016.
Belio Kipsang Risk Jail Term Over 83 Million Contract, See Why
Image: Courtesy. Education Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang stares at a possible jail term over Ksh83 million awarded when he was in charge of the State Department of Regional Development. In a ruling delivered by Justice Jairus Ngaa, Kipsang was found to have breached contract by failing to pay a construction company known as NK brothers.
Ex-Lake Basic Development Authority Board Chair Indirectly Criticizes Raila as he Ditches ODM Party
Former Lake Basin Development Authority (LBDA) board chairman Odoyo Owidi has ditched the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party which is led by the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Odoyo who has been a life member of the party, member number 001704, and a fierce defender of Raila resigned from the party saying that there is no democracy.
What Next To Belio Kipsang? Details Emerged On What Awaits Him Over Ksh 83 Million Contract
Belio Kipsang, the principal secretary for education, faces the prospect of going to jail for a Ksh83 million contract that was issued when he oversaw the state department for regional development. Justice Jairus Ngaa held that Kipsang's failure to pay NK Brothers, a construction company, constituted a breach of the contract.