Tough Times for Civilians as State Orders Corona Crackdown; Magoha Sued Over KCSE & KCPE Directive & Fall Out Rocks ‘Cooked’ BBI Report

Good morning Kenyans.

The weekend is here after the end of an exciting first week of the month of November.

A new twist has emerged in the debate over the new BBI report.

Uhuru and Raila showcasing the BBI report during the Mashujaa Day Celebrations

Reports emerged that there could have been foul play in the making of the revised version of the document.

Retired Major John Seil alleged that he was tricked into approving the document.

He disclosed that the 14-man team handling the report were forced to put down their signatures without even going through the document.

Politicians such as former Kakamega Governor Bonny Khalwale proclaimed that both ODM leader Raila Odinga and Interior PS Karanja Kibicho had a hand in the matter.

This brings up the big question, should the BBI be passed after the emergence of such details?

These are the news making headlines on Opera News App:

Tough Times for Civilians as State Orders Corona Crackdown

Civilians should brace themselves for tough times ahead following President Uhuru Kenyatta’s order for a heavily enforced crackdown on face mask offenders.

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Magoha Sued Over KCSE & KCPE Directive

A Nakuru based doctor has taken Education CS George Magoha to court, seeking new directives on the transitioning of students in Class 7 and Form 3.

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Fall Out Rocks ‘Cooked’ BBI Report, Referendum Calls

The final BBI proposals, which took months to deliver though the report was complete long ago, have triggered discord among task force members.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta recently gave new measures to help curb the second wave of Covid-19 that has hit the country.

One of the major measures was the revision of the curfew time and its extension till January 2021.

What, however, failed in his anticipated speech was the new trend exhibited by the Matatu sector.

Matatu’s in the country have been carrying excess passengers despite the rules given by the government over the sitting capacity.

This leaves one wondering, does the disease spread at night but fails to do so in a crowded public service vehicle?

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