Raila’s Crisis Meeting After Azimio Bigwigs Rejected Report; Raila Reports Ruto to EACC Over G2G Fuel Deal & Make or Break Day for Ruto Over Finance Bill Ruling

Good morning,

The talk of the past few days has been the 2023 KCPE results.

Marking the end of a 38-year era, the outcome of this year’s exam has left a bitter taste in the mouths of thousands of parents, teachers, and learners.

Many complaints have emerged regarding missing marks, awarding of marks in subjects not taken, entire classes scoring similar marks in science and math papers, and dismal performance at schools considered academic giants.

Cases have already been lodged in courts regarding these issues, even as the Form One selection began on Monday.

The discrepancies have largely been blamed on the haste of marking the exams, with many calling for a return to the earlier practice of taking several months to mark and grade papers.

As we await the courts’ decisions on the cases, do you think the KCSE results will face similar issues, and has the Ministry of Education failed in managing exams in the country?

Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:

Raila’s Crisis Meeting After Azimio Bigwigs Rejected Report

NTV Kenya: Raila, Ruto talks: Kalonzo to lead Azimio five-member  negotiation team

Martha Karua, Eugene Wamalwa, and a group of MPs vehemently criticized the latest document for its failure to address the pressing issue of the soaring cost of living.

In a surprising turn of events, Raila Odinga has called for an urgent crisis meeting to discuss the controversial report.

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Raila Reports Ruto to EACC Over G2G Fuel Deal

Kenya: Raila and Ruto allies push for return of powerful opposition leader  role - The Africa Report.com

Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition’s chief Raila Odinga on 27th November evening wrote a letter to Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission ( EACC) via the coalition’s legal team led by lawyer Paul Mwangi.

As relayed, Mr Odinga now wants EACC to investigate the government to government fuel deal a week after realising a dossier implicating top cabinet Secretaries in the deal.

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Make or Break Day for Ruto Over Finance Bill Ruling

President Ruto 'takes credit' for current heavy rains in Kenya – Nairobi  News

Today is make or break day for president William Ruto as the High Court Moves to make a ruling on the controversial Finance Bill that introduced the heavily opposed Housing Levy.

Three High Court judges led by Justice David Majanja, Christine Meoli and Lawrence Mugambi will today make a ruling on the controversial bill on which Ruto’s 3.6 trillion budget is anchored on.

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