Ruto Accuses Azimio, LSK of Defending Cartels; Not Just Oparanya, Details of 21 Governors Under Probe & Over 500 Delegates Threaten to Boycott Summit Ruto Will Attend

Good morning,

As we enter the final quarter of the year, it is interesting to note how fast time seems to have flown by.

At the beginning of each year, the world is usually a flurry of self-reflection, with individuals setting personal goals and resolutions for the year.

As time moves, however, a bigger percentage of these plans are abandoned as we realize that apart from the numbers, the New Year really is not different from the past ones.

This drives us to return to our comfort zones of bad habits and patterns, and life moves on.

The good news today is that you still have four more months to make the change in your life that you desired in January.

It may not amount to as much as you had planned for, but it will still be better than leaving 2023 having done nothing at all for yourself.

Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:

Ruto Accuses Azimio, LSK of Defending Cartels

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President William Ruto has blasted the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party and the Law Society of Kenya for allegedly trying to defend sugar cartels in the country.

Speaking in Kakamega on Wednesday, August 30, Ruto hit out at those criticising his harsh statement, which he said was aimed at streamlining the sugar sector.

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Not Just Oparanya, Details of 21 Governors Under Probe

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The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has refuted the assertions made by Azimio leaders, alleging that the recent interrogation of former Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya was driven by political motives.

The anti-graft watchdog said these allegations were baseless and meant to divert attention from corrupt practices.

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Over 500 Delegates Threaten to Boycott Summit Ruto Will Attend

Ruto fires two contractors in Kakamega over stalled roads

With only three days left for Ruto’s government to host a much-awaited inaugural African climatic summit in Nairobi, a new twist has occurred.

As relayed by a report covered in Thursday’s People Daily publication, over 500 African professionals are now threatening to boycott the event urging President William Ruto and African Union Moussa Faki to urgently set the focus for the summit.

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