Havi’s Fiery Reaction After Khalwale’s Ksh 1.5B Demand; Ruto’s Son-in-Law Behind Davido’s KSh84.6m Concert & Ruto’s Officials Exposed Over KSh 3.3B State House Luxuries

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President William Ruto has challenged the African continent to implement reforms to prevent Africans from going abroad to seek work.

On Sunday at the African Union Commission headquarters in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, President Ruto proposed a policy that would stop young Africans from immigrating to other nations for jobs.

He challenged other African leaders and the African Union to explore the opportunities for jobs across the continent while noting that the opportunities will help curb dangerous travels unemployed Africans embark on to seek better opportunities in other continents.

The Head of State had initially sought opportunities for Kenyans in European countries, the Middle East and the Americas and had revealed that close to a million jobs are in the pipeline for Kenyans in the USA, Canada, Germany, France, Saudi Arabia, and Serbia.

This was also in aim of the government increasing remittances from Kenyans working abroad.

His change in stance on employment for Africans came just a day after he was appointed as African Union’s Champion for Institutional Reform.

Do you think the President’s call to other African leaders is genuine given his previous utterances?

Meanwhile, here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:

Havi’s Fiery Reaction After Khalwale’s  Ksh 1.5B Demand

Senator Khalwale threatens to sue businessman for defamation

Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale has Sued Kakamega businessman Cleophas Shimanyula aka Toto who accused him of allegedly killing his employee for allegedly having an affair with his youngest wife, an incident that has caught the attention of several Kenyans who took to their different social media platforms to speak on this.

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Ruto’s Son-in-Law Behind Davido’s KSh84.6m Kenyan Concert

Davido with Alexander Ezenagu,

Nigerian Afro-Beat sensation Davido is set to make a grand return to the Kenyan stage after six years, headlining the inaugural Raha Fest scheduled for March 30 and 31 at Uhuru Gardens.

Behind the scenes, the man orchestrating this multimillion-dollar spectacle is none other than Alexander Ezenagu, President William Ruto’s son-in-law.

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Ruto’s Officials Exposed Over KSh 3.3B State House Luxuries

Is It a Must for Ruto to Live in State House? Ex-Moi Ally Explains -  Kenyans.co.ke

While Kenyans were nursing the pains of the high cost of living and fighting over bread-and-butter issues, President William Ruto and his officials spent nearly Sh3.3 billion on comfort as he settled at State House.

In a clear case of investment in opulence, the new Kenya Kwanza government exploited a loophole in the law to get additional funding for non-priority items.

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