Raika VS Ruto: Swap Of Style And Tatics Coming Of Age: DP and ODM boss out of character, with Ruto appearing to project himself as the Raila of yesteryear while Odinga's approach paints him as a powerful individual straight from Deputy President's heydays in power.Uhuru, Ruto Snub Church Call For Talks
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Mt Kenya: The False Narrative Uhuru Succession: perceived absence of a strong contender for the top seat has emboldened the likes of Raila and Ruto. But it is true the region lacks a leader strong enough to deliver presidency next year.Uhuru's Moment Of Truth Pressure: Head of state expected to turn tide in the region.
Daily Nation Ruto: My life is in danger In a letter to inspector General of police, Deputy president claims recent changes in his security detail, as well as replacement of his personal drivers yesterday, has made him uncomfortable and insecure. Quit: Raila Pushes DP ODM leader asks beleaguered Deputy President to quit if he is unhappy with the administration in which he is the second in command.
The Taifa Leo The publication has exposed the deputy president William Ruto as leader who does not make his decision,but waits for results that benefit him to celebrate.According to the publication, the BBI Bill ruling has exposed DP Ruto's character so.Here are characters that prove so according to today's publication; 1.DP Ruto did not oppose the Building Bridges Initiative in public, but when it was nullified by high court judges,he celebrated.
The Daily Nation:All bark and no bite?Rutos wake-up call The papers publication features how the deputy President William Ruto's allies bark but does not bite.This came after the National Assembly and the senate voted in favour of the 2020 Constitution Amendment Bill, the Bill the second in command did not support.
The Standard The publication speaks about how last week court ruling has shaken President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto.According to the publication, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga must deal with the political setback of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill ruling.
The Standard The publication features the key issues that led to the five Judges making their decision on the fate of Buildings Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill.According to the publication,the five Judges found out the Bill to be unlawful and unconstitutional hence declared the Bill null and void.
Daily Nation: Is this the end of UhuRuto? Since the handshake between president Uhuru kenyatta and the former prime minister Raila Odinga,things have never been the same for President Uhuru kenyatta and his Deputy president William Ruto. Eight years on, the bromance President kenyatta and DP Ruto had in the first of their administration is long gone,they are now on rivals with with never ending war of words. Uhuru who had promised to support Ruto has now said its time for other communities to rule,signaling
The Daily Nation: New World For Children In CBC Finally,a clear picture of the Competency Based Curriculum showing how schools will be structured to accommodate learners under the new education system is unveiled. KCPE and KCSE has been replaced by a combination of both school based and summative assessments. All secondary schools should have junior and senior sections. Learners transition to secondary schools occurs at grade 6 when they are actually young but are supposed to take another six years on secondary