Good morning Kenyans.
The weekend is here after a week full of drama in the political world.
Two political bigwigs in the country had the spotlight on them in matters of corruption.
ODM leader Raila Odinga took a swipe at Deputy President William Ruto on his alleged corrupt ways.
DP Ruto did not take the matter lightly and fired back at the once Prime Minister of the country with allegations of his own.
This brings the big question, are the two in order to attack each other yet their Political records are allegedly not that ‘clean’?
These are the news making headlines on Opera News App today:
Raila Sets Stage for 2022 Duel with Ruto
National stability, war against corruption, job creation and support for SMEs at centre of Raila’s blueprint Opposition chief Raila Odinga has set the stage for a gruelling duel with Deputy President William Ruto and released snippets of his 2022 blueprint that will anchor his presidential run.
Caroline Kangogo’s Parents Plead with Daughter to Surrender, Condole With Families of Slain Men
Carolina Kangongo’s parents regretted their daughter’s action and asked for forgiveness from the family of the murdered police officer John Ongweno and Peter Ndwiga Njiru Kangongo’s father, Barnaba Kipkoechwished she could talk to someone if something was bothering her
Rachel Shebesh Fumes in Kiambaa Over Ruto Allies raila ruto⁶l, States Why Uhuru is Silent Despite Insults
The political temperatures in Kiambaa, Kiambu County have heated up as political parties pitch their tents in different wards as they campign for their respective candidates.
Kiambaa campaigns for both UDA and Jubilee intensified in the past few days.
Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro gave results to a poll opinion showcasing how UDA are likely to clinch the seat.
Jubilee on the other hand had a tough time with selling their Candidate after a group of residents chased away some of the people campaigning for the ruling party’s.
This leaves one wondering, will UDA humiliate President Uhuru Kenyatta for a second time?
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