KNEC Issues Guidelines on The 2020 KCPE & KCSE Exams; DCI Detectives Arrest Covid Millionaires Informant & Jackson Kibor Says He is Ready for Death

Good morning Kenyans.

We are at the end of a week that has been a rollercoaster ride in the political arena.

The drama within the Jubilee party keeps unfolding like a thriller movie.

Deputy President William Ruto was back in the spotlight after he stormed the ruling party’s headquarters with a ‘battalion’ of MPs allied to him.

DP William Ruto at the Jubilee Party Headquarters during a past visit

The move by Ruto caught everyone by surprise leading to the Kieleweke faction proclaiming it as a ‘coup’.

Reports revealed that the second in command had decided that he would be working from the Pangani based headquarters for at least twice a week.

The Tanga Tanga faction, however, refuted the outrageous ‘coup’ claims explaining that they were just holding a normal meeting.

Earlier information had alleged that the DP resorted to the decision of working from the party’s offices, in order to kick out those claimed to have hijacked the party.

This brings up two big questions, was it a coincidence that Ruto’s actions happened while President Uhuru Kenyatta is out of the country, or was it pre-planned?

These are the news making headlines on Opera News App today:

2020 KCSE & KCPE Exams: KNEC Issues Guidelines

The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has issued guidelines on the preparation of the national exams despite a reopening date for schools not being set.

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DCI Detectives Arrest Covid Millionaires Informant For Impersonating EACC, KRA Officers

Detectives have in their custody three suspects alleged to have abducted a director of a technology company while impersonating officials of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) and Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).

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I am ready for death, says much-married politician and farmer Jackson Kibor

Eighty-six-year-old Jackson Kiprotich Kibor is many things, always the talk of the town in Eldoret and beyond.

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NTSA has found themselves on the wrong side of Kenyans over the new rule issued to drivers.

The new law states that drivers will have to wait for a staggering two years before being allowed to proceed to the next driving class.

A section of Kenyans came out to condemn the new guideline terming it oppressive and denies them a chance at getting job opportunities.

This leaves one wondering should the law remain in place to tame the rogue and half-baked drivers witnessed on the road or should it be scrapped off completely?

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