What Martha Karua Told The Nakuru Law Court In Defence of Maina Njenga, Sends Strong Message~Video
The Narc Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua, the Wiper Party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka were among the key leaders who accompanied the Ex Mungiki leader Hon Maina Njenga to Nakuru Law Court for trials following the allegations of sponsoring and supporting the outlawed gang in Mt Kenya region.
Why Demonstrations Have Been Witnessed in Nairobi as Unions Throng University Premises
The current tension in the country has certainly grown hotter and more alarming since the commencement of the mass action.According to today's report, unions have detected large and massive rallies all throughout the University of Nairobi's premises.Protests against Ruto have been held by several unions, including those representing university professors and school teachers, to prevent the passage of a 3 percent charge for a new housing fund.
What KRG Told His Alleged Daughter After Being Asked Questions That Has Left Many Talking
In an interview, KRG told his 19-year-old 'daughter' Yvonne that he was in Class Six when she was born. This is something that netizens have talked so much about. Meaning reproduction process if it's indeed true she's your daughter took place when KRG was in primary school.
Unveiling the Unknown Dangers and Consequences of TikTok After Midnight
Renowned radio presenter Atieno Stecy has taken it upon herself to shed light on an often-overlooked aspect of the popular social media platform TikTok—late-night usage. In a recent segment on her social media platform, she dedicated time to educate Kenyans about what happens on TikTok past 12 am and the potential risks and consequences associated with it.
"Sitaki Nyumba" Public Servants Tell Ruto As They Demonstrate Against 3% Housing Levy
Public servants drawn from unions such KNUT, KUSU, UASU and KMPDU on Monday 29th May went to the streets to demonstrate against 3% housing levy. The levy seeks to tax 3 percent of workers' monthly basic salary to fund Ruto's affordable housing project. According to the reports seen, Public Servants chanted along Nairobi streets carrying stickers written "Hutataki Nyumba," to show the president how they felt about the tax.