Courtesy As race to States House intensifies with Presidential aspirants moving around the country to drumming support for their candidature, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has now hint on supporting ODM leader Raila Odinga Presidential bid come next election. Speaking at late night Interview with Citizen TV, Governor Kinyanjui who admits never to have voted in the directions of the former Prime Minister in previous elections informed, after seeing how things are going, he feel inclined to go that direction.
Kids invade state house swimming pool in mali Every dog indeed has its day, and this was the chance these kids were waiting for, ability to go and swim into the swimming pool of a States House i mean who would would not want to have that Chance, many of us wish to just meet up and even get to talk to the president while some of us just wish to see him. However, there are a group of kids who didn't get that chance but instead got even better chance, the chance to get into state house and dive right into the
The president extended nation wide curfew which always start from 9 pm to 4 am in the morning by a further 30 days. He urged Kenyans to be aware and help improve the constitution. During a summit it States House, president uplifted the law he imposed on mitumba industry with further details to be discussed . Life for Mitumba sellers have been almost impossible,ever since the law was imposed. He call for all Kenyans to remain United,and for all churches to pray for the country. He condemned the current corruption
According to sources from local news, they revealed that State House is expected to release a statement on Monday June 15 about the issue where several of its staff members have tested positive for Coronavirus. According to the source, they added that some of the State House Officials have been hospitalized due to covid-19. Last week State House officials had mass testing for covid-19 and now their is fear that the disease might spread to many Officials. Due to this, no staff Officials are allowed to access