As we wind up the week, fresh development on DP William Ruto’s assassination saga hits the airwaves. This is after the revelation that both audio and video evidence is available. This case that got politicians from different factions blaming one another now takes another twist in case sentiments of Dennis Itumbi is something to go by.
In a report presented to the parliament, the Kikuyu’s dominance at the KRA is now worrying the taxpayers. We are a country of many communities but it seems the Kikuyu’s have a special way of soaring where other tribes find slumber. Or could it be a matter of nepotism?
It is clear that Wanjiku is burdened by loans and the majority have been listed with the CRB. With the new measures in place, Kenyans can now borrow and transact business without the fear of being listed as soon as they default.
Here are other stories making headlines on Friday morning:
Itumbi: I have Ruto assassination plot video
Dennis Itumbi has sensationally claimed he has an audio and a video to prove there was a plot to assassinate Deputy President William Ruto.
He requested to play the recordings in court in camera, saying the investigators were aware he has them.
Kikuyus dominate KRA, taxman tells Parliament
Members of the Kikuyu community hold a firm grip on the country’s tax collections, holding almost half of the senior executive positions at KRA.
No CRB listing for loan defaulters before 6 months
Up to 2.7 million Kenyans may be released from the clutches of credit reference bureaus (CRBs) after Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) ordered banks to review their listing rules.
CBK has issued a circular that will in effect align mobile loans to normal loans, meaning you will only be considered to have defaulted after six months.
The Ruto assassination plot reports are getting more intriguing by the day. Dennis Itumbi now threatens to unleash a video as evidence while opponents of the DP accuse him of kicking off a propaganda campaign ahead of 2022… Do you think anyone wants to kill Ruto or is this a mind game? Let’s get the discussion going at the comments section.