Do you remember the saying that says an apple doesn't fall far from the tree? That saying we can use to describe Zuchu. She is a Tanzanian singer who is not only famous in her country but also in the entire East African. The singer seems to have taken her mother's footsteps in singing.
Politics have taken the center stage in today's newspapers. Below are the stories making headlines. 1. Sunday Standard The Sunday Standard narrates how the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga recalls the fiasco that was there during "Uhuru for President Project" back in the 2002.
Taifa Jumapili According to Taifa Jumapili Newspaper headline,"Mlima wateleza kwa Ruto na Raila." Sunday Nation Uhuru, Raila 2022 coalition plan Revealed-ODM candidate proposed for president with a Jubilee running mate in draft agreement by handshake team that awaits approval of the two party leaders as prospects of joining forces Ahead of Next's elections.
President Uhuru's moves to unite the opposition to face off DP Ruto have been eliciting mixed reactions in the past few days. Many have been speculating that Raila could be Uhuru's preferred succesor and that Uhuru has been working behind scenes to rally the opposition behind Raila's bid.
Photo/Courtesy Every country has its laws and regulations. Punishment for disorderly conduct or breaching the peace varies from one country to the other. Fighters also face other charges with more serious consequences. Assault is when a person threatens to do harm and has the apparent means to follow through, causing a reasonable fear of imminent danger in another.
Principal Jane Muthoni was accused of killing her husband Mr. Solomon Mwangi and the in-laws ensured she's arrested. Speaking to "The Sunday Standard" former principal reveals that her husband disappeared and they had to look for him. He was later on found dead by police officers who came and arrested Jane claiming she's the prime suspect behind that murder case.
Photo of woman being beaten for illustration purposes only. Courtesy Linet Aswani is currently unable to sleep on her back after she allegedly received 40 lashes from village elders in Ikuvu village in Vihiga County. She is crying for justice because according to her she was framed and made look like the guilty party.
Long since he officially declared his candidature for the 2022 Presidential race, DP William Ruto has been giving his to-be competitors sleepless nights. He has been pulling strange moves that significantly popularise his 2022 bid swiftly. According to famous political pundits, the DP is the most popular candidate, currently.
Photo used for illustrative purposes only. Media repors yesterday were awash with narrations of members of the national police service who were caught up in improper scenarios. It started with two police officers turning the gun on each other after a disagreement over a woman the two allegedly had a relationship with.
Politics has dominated the Sunday, July 25 Newspapers. The following are the stories making headlines. Sunday Nation According to the Sunday Nation, the ODM leader Raila Odinga and the Deputy President William Ruto are in a scramble for the polls billions. Sunday Nation reveals that contesting for a presidential seat is very expensive.
Parents in the country has continued to celebrate following the changes that were made by the ministry of Education in the school fees payment. This was after the government realised that most of parents are finding it difficult to pay school fees for their learners during this hard time of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A young lady in Busia county is currently seeking justice from local authorities claiming that she was badly beaten by village elders. Aswani spoke to "The Sunday Standard" and she said that her fellow friends in their village claimed she's going round with people's husbands.
The Sunday Standard Raila Plays Safe on Judges row- Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga falls short of asking Uhuru to appoint the six judges nominated by JSC, Only asking the president yo table the evidence against them. Sunday Nation Ruto's 'Ground Game'- Now an outsider in government and facing powerful opponents.
Sunday Standard It's good news for Parents on School Fees- Secondary Schools students to pay less as ministry releases new directives.but principals could be staring at financing nightmare presented by the new fee structure and delayed release of funds to learning institutions. What Mt kenya leaders told Raila- Business people from central pledge to work with Orange Democratic Movement party leader ahead of 2022 polls after Friday night meeting.
Parents have blamed the process that was used by the ministry of Education in the form one selection process which was done a few days ago. It has come to the attention of almost every Kenyan that the process was computerised and that is why candidates were placed in some schools that their parents are complaining of not knowing where exactly the school is.
The Sunday Nation The publication speaks about "Ruto's ground game" Since the deputy President William Ruto is an outsider in the government he helped to form and facing powerful opponents,he is now rolling out grassroots operations across the country to ahead of next year's polls.
Sunday Standard Between A Rock Handshake- The Sunday standard, Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga in unfamiliar space, Match 2018 handshake has tempered the opportunity,Executive having a free rein , legislature weakened while Judiciary is under attack. Battle for 2022 goes to the sky-urgency in the political scene has made time and speed critical, with top leaders going for high end helicopters to take their hunt for votes notch higher.
Mukhisa Kituyi, a 2022 presidential aspirant, disclosed new information on the Building Brides Initiative and its two leaders, Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta, on Sunday, June 6th. Mukhisa, according to the Sunday Standard, intimated that he would vote against the Bill, despite the fact that he was among the leaders rallying support for it.
The Sunday Standard newspaper has explained why Uhuru needs to kick UDA out of Kiambaa. This is due to the upcoming by-election, which will feature stiff competition between the Jubilee party and the UDA party, both of which are linked to Deputy President Uhuru Kenyatta. According to the standard, the jubilee party must win the by election in order to ensure its support base on home ground.
A female teacher who is reported to have been shot dead on Tuesday night by unknown attackers at his home her body lies at the mortuary. Tbe teacher from Gul Kagembe was shot dead by unknown gangsters at her home in Rangwe on Tuesday night. The Sunday Standard has reported that on Thursday afternoon, a man by the name Onyango a 22-year-old man visited the same mortuary that teacher's body was kept.