Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka has stated that he will not endorse a Raila Odinga Presidential bid come 2022.
According to the former Vice President, he will be “the most stupid fellow” should he support Raila in the forthcoming elections.
Kalonzo has said that it is unthinkable that he would support Odinga for the third time without a measure of reciprocity from the ODM chief.
Have you collected your Huduma Namba card? Well, the government through spokesman Cyrus Oguna has stated that it has processed between 5.3 and 5.5 million Huduma Namba cards but only three million cards have been collected.
Kenyans have therefore been urged to collect their cards even as the government plans to roll out phase two of registration for those who did not do so in phase 1.
In other news, late businessman Dr. Chris Kirubi will be laid to rest on Saturday at his farm in Thika. His funeral service will be held on Friday at the Faith Evangelistic Ministry (FEM) church in Karen, Nairobi, from 11 am before his burial the following day.
Below are the top stories making headlines on Opera news this morning
You May Not Like Ruto But His Message is Resonating Well on The Ground, Former DP Critic Admits
Former Mukurweini MP Kabando Wa Kabando has expressed his like for Deputy President William Ruto, despite being his fierce critic in the past.
Speaking on Wednesday during JKLive show on Citizen TV, Kabando Wa Kabando said Ruto might have been hated by many leaders from the country, but his influence on the ground is growing.
Uhuru in grand plan to deflate Ruto ahead of 2022 polls
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s political moves have jolted DP William Ruto’s 2022 State House plans amid signals he could aggressively campaign against his deputy.
The growing cracks in Uhuru’s Mt Kenya bastion and the President’s strategy to consolidate Nasa has thrown Ruto back to the drawing board.
Reprieve for six rejected judges as their removal barred
The six judges President Uhuru Kenyatta rejected have been handed a lifeline after the High Court temporarily stopped the Judicial Service Commission from convening and recommending any action against them.
Justice James Makau said there will be no interference in the functions of the six judges based on the alleged report sent by the President.