President Ruto spent his Sunday in Homabay county as he joined residents for a church service at the Africa Inland Church (AIC) where he also conducted a fundraiser to help in the church construction.
Ruto who had earlier promised to serve all Kenyans without bias in how people voted was massively welcomed by the Homabay residents despite the fact that Azimio-affiliated elected leaders led by the county governor Gladys Wanga failed to attend the event.
The leaders who failed to join Ruto for this event attracted sharp criticism from Kenyans who accused them of playing cheap politics and warned of the consequences of opposing the head of state.
In other news Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua in a recent interview shed more light on the state of the economy and the government’s plan to restore stability in that sector.
He also addressed concerns by Kenyans on the appointed cabinet secretaries who have ongoing court cases. In his statement, Gachagua indicated that the government cannot deny opportunities to people who have not been proven guilty by the court. He however assured Kenyans that if any of the individuals are convicted then the government will not fail to suspend them from their duties.
Meanwhile here are the news making headlines on Opera News
CS nominees with court cases will be fired, if convicted – Gachagua
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua now says that if any cabinet appointees are found guilty in court, they will be sacked.
Satanic? Ambrose Otieno Reveals What They Wear Inside Freemasons Hall, Their Favourite Verses
Kenyans were on Sunday evening, treated to one of the most chilling narratives of the mysteries surrounding freemasons members.
In a candid interview with NTV, one of the members who have come out to publicly announce his membership as a freemason Ambrose Rachier answered a number of questions surrounding the existence of the most secret society.
Kenya Could Allegedly Lose Billions Following This Revelation by Taxman
KRA senior officials have allegedly said that they are no longer pursuing cases of tax cheats and dealers in counterfeits.
This comes after President William Ruto directed KRA not to close business over tax disputes. Ruto has since said that taxman should not use force or close down businesses to get taxes.