"This Is What You Are Missing" Manyora Allegedly Explains What Ruto Should Do In His Government
Political analysts professor Herman Manyora has again uploaded a video on his official YouTube channel explain what president William Ruto should do to run government smoothly. Below is a YouTube link video of fifteen minutes with full evidence of what Manyora said. https://youtu.be/-ETdrU0nb2M Manyora said that president William Ruto should first meet with MPs from Kenya Kwanza coalition before making any announcement concerning economic or something to do with an ordinary person.
Ruto Given Less Than 10 Hours To Respond Bipartisan Talks Or Never Talk About It Again
Azimio La Umoja opposition party is no longer jocking with President Ruto as they issue him stern conditions over what is happening in the government. Speaking after today's meeting where Azimio La Umoja had a discussion into Ruto's plan for this country, they disagreed with his financial bill that is going to take Kenyans through very tough times.
"He Is Hiding Something" Concerns Raised After What Noordin Haji Said During Vetting
Kenyans have been left talking after the former Director of Public Production Noordin Haji refused to reveal his net worth to the public during the vetting exercise to check his credibility for the National Intelligence Service position he was recently appointed to. In a report that has been shared by media houses Haji requested the vetting team that he doesn't reveal his worth as it might become a national security issue.
If You Live In The Following Parts Of Kenya, Prepare For Heavy Rains In The Next 7 Days
The periodically long rains season is still going on and therefore, the metrological department of Kenya have released an update of the parts that should expect rainfall for the next 7 days. Picture courtesy used for illustration purpose only Those in Central Highlands in area such as Nyandarua and parts of Muranga counties will experience rain between 30th may and 5th June.
"Our Payslips Are Already In ICU" Teachers Tell President William Ruto, Demands Increase of Salary
A section of teachers aligned to the KUPPET teachers' organization, have castigated president William Ruto's plan to increase deductions from civil servants' salaries. The teachers have noted that they currently facing financial crisis and that the proposed increase of salary deductions will negatively affect their financial status.