Deputy President William Ruto has landed in trouble with a section of Kenyans after his message to the young people about what the government is supposed to deliver to them. Ruto during a meeting at his Karen residence delivered a message to the youths saying, “It is the responsibility of the government to formulate policies and programs that give opportunities to young people to work and do business.
Senate Majority leader has been asked to stop his drama after he said no to pay cut for the fight against Coronavirus in the country. After Citizen TV posted on their twitter account that: "Duale and Murkomen say no to pay cuts to help in coronavirus fight", Kipchumba Murkomen went ahead and said the following: "This is misleading. I was clear that I have nothing to be cut from my less than 10k net salary after all my loans are deducted & that I will make my personal donation to help the people from my farm
Kenyan activist and politician Boniface Mwangi is known for his scrutinization of current political leaders. Mwangi is known for his Mpigs movement where he led Kenyans in 2017 to troll members of parliament after their salary increase. (Photo courtesy) Today Boniface Mwangi has focused his attention to Kamba leaders.
Yesterday afternoon, members of perliament dedicated the afternoon session in Parliament to mourn the Departed Matungu Mp Justus Murunga.The late Matungu Mp Justus Murunga. While addressing the national assembly Kwanza MP Ferdinand Wanyonyi acknowledged that the Departed mp would have survived if he received immediate medical attention. In his address Wayonyi was quoted saying: “We were requesting and I have managed to talk to the clerk of the National Assembly about this that we be given a hotline number
President Uhuru Kenyatta had announced the uplifting of the ban on "Mitumba trade" which saw many Kenyans suffer.Majority of Kenyans are the middle income earners and low income earners who depend on the odd jobs to earn a living.Most Kenyans are involved in the informal sector with many dealing in "Mitumba trade". "Mitumba trade" on other hand means second hand clothes.The clothes are usually shipped from the European countries and brought to Kenya which in turn is sold to the low income earners.Not everyone
Kenyans have taken to social media to slam members of parliament for ‘vanishing’ during the Corona-virus crisis instead of putting measures in place to mitigate the virus and cushion Kenyans from the economic challenges it has brought. The Corona-virus pandemic has literally brought most businesses to a halt with the citizens who rely on such businesses for their daily bread now struggling to make their ends meet. It the midst of all this, the parliamentarians have been silent. The best most of them hav