Good morning Kenyans.
We are almost at the end of a week that has been full of plot twists, sarcastic congratulatory messages and full of humiliating moments.
It has been a hard couple of days for some Tanga Tanga members after President Uhuru Kenyatta’s purge continued.
The Head of State was forced to make changes after ODM Chairman John Mbadi, complained that the BBI agenda would suffer stiff opposition from Deputy President William Ruto’s brigade.
Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung’wah is one among the many of the deputy president’s supporters who became the recent casualties to the move.
Ichung’wah was downgraded from being a member of the Budget and Appropriations Committee and moved to the Members Service Committee.
The Members Service group was once known as the Catering Service Committee.
Suna East MP Junet Mohammed was quick to make fun of the MP’s new role.
Junet remarked that he would blame the politician if the snacks they get would not be of quality.
This brings ups the big question, is Uhuru using the BBI situation as a cover-up in order to continue humiliating DP Ruto and his followers?
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Sonko Dares NMS Chief to Reclaim Grabbed Public Land in South C
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Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru was thrown back into the limelight after MCAs launched a new attack on her.
The enraged ward representatives in their ongoing battle with Waiguru came up with a petition to dissolve the County Assembly.
The leaders argued that the move was the better option in dealing with the claimed corrupt nature of the County boss.
The politicians expressed that they will present the petition to Uhuru once the required number of signatures is acquired.
This leaves one wondering, should the president end this squabble by dissolving the County Assembly or should he save Waiguru and let the Kirinyaga war play out?
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