It is high time Kenyans put on a sober mind and address the issue of Mpango wa Kando.
On Monday morning, Kenyans woke up to the news that Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka had been sued by a woman seeking Ksh 25 million payment for the upkeep of their unborn child.
The woman claims to be Lusaka’s girlfriend and has been in a relationship for three years which resulted in the pregnancy.
About a week ago, Presidential hopeful Mukhisa Kituyi broke the internet after an alleged nude video went viral painting him in bad light.
The circulating video showed a man who appeared to be the former UN envoy stripped to his birthday suit and seemingly asleep which was taken by a lady purpoted to be his Mpango wa Kando.
Ironically, in reaction to this incident, Deputy President William Ruto warned against having “Mpango wa Kando” while he has been caught in a similar situation.
The only difference is that the DP acknowledged he had a child with the woman who was then a university student.
In DP Ruto’s words, “Wachana na mpango ya kando, iko na kisirani mingi.”
Meanwhile, here are the trending stories this morning;
Sad Development In Dp Ruto Bodyguard’s Murder Case After Dpp Reveals This
Several months ago, a deputy president William Ruto Bodyguard was ruthlessly shot dead by an unknown assailant at his home.
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Auditor: Sonko hired 33 cops for Coast trip
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko hired at least 33 police officers to guard him during 22-day trip to Mombasa in 2018, a report by the Auditor General has revealed.
Auditor General Nancy Gathungu also questioned as much as Sh20 billion allegedly not properly accounted for during the 2018-19 financial year.
“You Misunderstood The President” Govt Spokesperson Oguna Changes Tune Over This Remarks by Uhuru
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The country’s economy was doing so fine bit things got sour as leaders got glutinous and decided to loot from Kenyans.