A police officer on duty in a previous photo.Photo/ Courtesy.Details have emerged on a dangerous gang of criminals that are terrorizing residents in Mahimahiu town which is found in the outskirts of Naivasha in Nakuru county.The Saturday Nation reports that the dangerously armed gang of between three to six men that are reported to be traversing the region at night while heavily armed, terrorizing residents especially those unlucky residents who happen to meet them beyond the curfew hours.
Good Day To All Teaches Around The Nation After Waking Up To Comforting News About The Future Of TSC
Teachers Service Commission under CEO Nancy Macharia has been the talk of many teachers in recent days. That is because of the hardworking teachers have been complaining about numerous issues but their employer has not been helping them out but instead, the TSC has been piling more problems to the teachers.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is reported to be planning to oust a number of his own allies in the cabinet in the said looming cabinet reshuffle. There have been reports that Uhuru will soon be sacking about four CSs allied to his deputy William Ruto, with latest reports indicating that the number might be higher. The Saturday Nation reports that the number might go above seven, adding that Uhuru might also sack his CSs and Principal Secretaries allied to him, as he seeks to create more vacant slots in governmen
Today's newspapers standard, daily nation, taifa leo and the east African carry stories touching on Political and economic happenings being experienced currently. The standard The main headline focuses on the deputy president William Ruto's planned first stab at the presidency in August next year. According to the paper, Ruto's big huddle on his way to state house could be president Uhuru Kenyatta who has clearly indicated that he won't support him.
The Saturday Nation has criticized the President over his remarks on the State of Nation. Two days ago, Uhuru delivered his seventh State of Nation Address as the President. He observed that the State of our Nation is STRONG, RESILIENT￼ and even illuminated Kenyans of a brighter future. Uhuru's remarks were contradictory to the actual State of our Nation. A heading by the Saturday Nation news feed has contradicted Uhuru's statement through their headline. "Dear Mr President, The Future is Not Very Bright,"
The Saturday Nation has revealed the plans, the Jubilee members of parliament allied to the deputy president had after the by-elections.