All Saturday 17th December Newspapers Headlines Review: The Standard, Taifa Leo, Daily Nation
Welcome to todays newspapers headlines review to get informed of the top stories doing around the media platforms. The East African The headline states that Rwanda president Paul Kagame backs China loans as USUAL woos Africa. According to him, he says Africa should be left free to make choices of where to borrow foreign loans.
Kenyans Told Why Ruto Has Been Appointing Youthful Politicians To Plum Jobs In His Gov't
Details have now emerged on why President William Ruto has been appointing youthful politicians to plum jobs in his government. In a statement via Nation on Twitter, the Head of State has been has been picking little-known faces to jobs in an attempt to reach out to regions that didn't support his State House bid.
Three Leaders From Luo Region Who Are Working in Ruto's Govt And the Role They Are Playing
Nation, has left netizens talking on different social media platforms. This is after they revealed the only leaders from Nyanza who are working in Ruto's Government. According to the source, Eliud Owalo is working in Ruto's Government as the ICT Cabinet Secretary, Raymond Omolo will be working as PS if his name will be approved and Ombudo as seen below:
Government to Intesify Crackdown on Illicit Brews During this Festive Season
(State officers at a consultative meeting in Nairobi on 14/12/2022 photo by Grace Mwende) The Ministry of Interior and Coordination has announced that they will be working with NACADA and police officers to regulate alcohol and drug abuse in the country during this festive season. Through chiefs, the ministry will carry a thorough crackdown on illicit brews dens.
Tough Talking PS Omollo Sends A Stern Warning To Government Officials Ahead Of A Nationwide Exercise
Interior and coordination of national government principal Secretary Raymond Omolo, has sent a stern warning to government officials Ahead of the Nationwide registration of farmers. Interior Principal Secretary Dr. Raymond Omollo and Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mithika Linturi when they arrived for the launch of the Training of Trainers (ToT) of Assistant County Commissioners on registration of farmers for the fertiliser subsidy programme.