Ezekiel Mutua, KOT Roast Embarambamba After Embarrassing Club Video; “I Quit”, Raila’s Close Ally and Lawyer Says & Bashir Moved Millions to Somalia Before His Murder

Good Morning,

A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.

There is no better proverb that could best portray the political situation that is currently ongoing in the Deputy President’s William Ruto allied party, United Democratic Alliance (UDA).

A storm has hit UDA as politicians allied to the DP are adamant to form an alliance or super party with some having reservations as to whether the Hustler Nation will use UDA in the 2022 elections.

UDA Secretary-General Veronica Maina had issued a statement that the former Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture Mwangi Kiunjuri and Former South Mugirango MP Omingo Magara would be headed to the party.

The statement that was immediately denounced by the two on Monday.

This comes as the bonafide Hustler leadership led by Rigathi Gichagua, Kimani Ngunjiri and Kimani Ichung’wah had made leading calls for friendly parties to join UDA.

They were targetting people affiliated or those who own ‘smaller parties’ with Kiunjuri leading The Service Party (TSP) whereas Magara leads the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

However, a big number of DP Ruto’s supporters are of the opinion to join UDA as partners and not as individuals.

This has clearly been evident with the recent by-elections in the country whereby Moses Kuria’s People Empowerment Party (PEP) scooped a seat in Juja constituency and a  ward in Murang’a while donning the Hustler Nation tag during the campaigns.

The move that has triggered dispute in the tanga tanga group with some forces around Ruto accusing the controversial legislator of using the DP’s “Hustler constituency” to foster his own political ambitions.

In January 2020, President Uhuru Kenyatta kicked Kiunjuri out of his government in a move that may not have come as a surprise to many.

This is despite Kiunjuri having dissolved his party GNU to join the Jubilee party, a move that he might have highly regretted.

Thus, if history is anything to go by more politicians will only join UDA as partners.

Meanwhile here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today

“I Quit”, Raila’s Close Ally and Lawyer Says As Uhuru’s Former Lawyer Reveals Why He’s Leaving Raila

Flamboyant city lawyer and Staunch supporter of the Orange democratic movement party, Mr Donald Kipkroir has finally revealed that he will be quitting politics and anything related to it until further notice.

Taking to his Twitter account to express his opinions and suggestions on Kenyan Politics, Donald Kipkroir said that it was so unfortunate that most of the politicians were so in love with politics to the point that they would go to the extent of not caring about their families, the people who elected them and even themselves.

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Unacceptable: Ezekiel Mutua, KOT Roasts Embarambamba After Embarrassing Video with a Lady was Leaked (VIDEO)

Kisii Sensational and gospel artist Chris Embarambamba has been trending due to his unique ways of dancing and performing.

The Kisii artist has been having various interviews with top media houses and journalist explaining his new type of performance. So far Embarambamba has been rated the best musician from Kisii and the rising star in Kenya’s top artists.

However, things have started going sour in the musician’s life after a famous Gusii presenter leaked a video of Embarambamba in a nightclub. The artist was performing in the club and decided to go the extra mile in his performance.

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Bashir Moved Millions to Somalia – State Sources

Slain Somali-American businessman Bashir Mohamed Mohamud was on the intelligence system radar for receiving and sending huge sums of money to Somalia.

Kenyan government officials said he had first received millions of shillings from a top Somali government official before he channelled it back to various different banks.

The money, according to officials, sometimes moved through foreign accounts before ending up in Mogadishu, which raised suspicions.

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