Kenya Power Seeks Increase of Electricity Prices by up to 78pc: Raila’s 5-Point Action Plan Against Ruto & Magoha, Young Brother to Be Buried on Separate Dates

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It is on a Thursday morning and the country is still mourning the sudden death of ex-Education CS George Magoha.

But even as Kenyans continue absorbing the shocking news, political leaders are leaving nothing to chance as far as Azimio vs Kenya Kwanza is concerned.

While Ruto and his team have rubbished alleged pushes by Raila for a handshake, Raila is busy assembling his troops ahead of looming demonstrations in the city.

On Wednesday, Raila met grassroots leaders from Nairobi county as one way of preparing for Sunday’s Jacaranda rally. On his part, the Leader of Minority in the National Assembly Opiyo Wandayi hinted that they will soon be commencing demonstrations and that they are not afraid of repercussions.

Do you think Raila’s demonstrations is aimed at a powersharing scheme with Ruto?

Here is the news making headlines on Opera News App today:

Kenya Power Seeks Increase of Electricity Prices by up to 78pc

Electricity prices will from April increase by up to 78 percent if the energy sector regulator approves new tariffs from Kenya Power that seek to withdraw the monthly subsidy that cushions poor households.

The listed utility firm said it is engaging the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) — the electricity sector regulator — for the first upward review of power prices since 2018, putting further pressure on consumers.

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Raila’s Five-Point Action Plan That Will See Ruto Yield To His Demands

The former prime minister Raila Odinga has come up with fresh revelations about last year’s Presidential election whereby he lost to president William Ruto.

According to the daily nation, Raila claims that the independent electoral and boundaries commission had completed vote tallying by august 10.

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George Magoha, Young Brother to Be Buried on Separate Dates, Family

George Magoha. Photo: George Magoha.

George Magoha died on Tuesday, January 24, at Nairobi Hospital while his brother Richard on December 6, 2022, in Texas Questions emerged on whether the two brothers, currently preserved at Lee Funeral Home, would be laid to rest on the same day However, their elder brother John Obare Magoha clarified that Richard would be buried on Saturday, January 28

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