Tinina’s House Help on What Happened in the Morning; Ruto Handed Blank Cheque in Hiring of CASs & How Nyoro is Following Ruto’s Footsteps

Good morning,

Recently, President William Ruto’s rallies have been marred with rowdy crowds with heckling and jeering now becoming a common occurrence as he traverses the country.

Over the weekend, Ruto was forced to lecture agitated Bomet residents who were heckling the county governor, Hillary Barchok.

The Head of State fiercely warned that he would not tolerate anyone heckling during his rally and stated that anyone unimpressed by their leader should wait for the upcoming election to vote them out instead of booing them.

This comes just a few weeks after a section of Kiambu residents heckled Thika Town MP Alice Ng’ang’a during Ruto’s rally.

His deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, was forced to intervene as he asserted that it was shameful that the residents were heckling in the presence of a president while likening Ruto to a king.

A couple of weeks before the Kiambu rally, the Head of State also found it rough in Meru and had to tell off the youthful lot saying heckling and demonstrations were a preserve of the Azimio coalition that was not going to be entertained at his functions.

Now that these ugly scenes are being witnessed across the country, what do you think the President’s entourage has to do to curb them?

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

Tinina’s House Help on What Happened Sunday Morning

Renowned Journalist Rita Tinina is Dead

Renowned NTV journalist Rita Tinina was discovered deceased on Sunday, with preliminary findings suggesting she passed away peacefully in her sleep after a restful Saturday night.

Scheduled to awaken at 8:00 am, but according to her house assistant, she remained unresponsive when the wake-up call came.

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Ruto Handed Blank Cheque in Hiring of CASs

This is why I picked you for CAS jobs – President Ruto

Taxpayers will be forced to dig deeper into their pockets after a House committee revoked a clause capping the number of Chief Administrative Secretaries (CASs), giving the President a free hand to appoint as many as he may wish.

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How Nyoro is Following Ruto’s Footsteps

Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro elected Budgets and Appropriations committee  chairman » Capital News

Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro is a man on a mission.

Just a few weeks ago, he was endorsed by a section of leaders from the mountain region as the best fit to deputize William Ruto in the 2027 general election.

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