Linturi’s Impeachment Survival Celebrations Cut Short; Crisis Looms For Learners as Treasury Slashes JSS Funds & Ruto Gets a Dose of Uhuru’s Bitter Pill

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President Ruto’s warning shot against academic cheats in the civil service has reportedly scared some top dogs.

It is alleged that an individual heading a critical government agency appears to be among the likely victims.

Ironically, the man is involved in the promotion of good governance.

So scared is he that immediately the President issued his decree, he purportedly started frantically sharing his academic documents all over to show that he had the qualifications and therefore above reproach.

Who do you think the top dog alleged to be flouting alleged fake academic papers could be?

Meanwhile, here are news stories making headlines on Opera News today;

Crisis looms as Treasury slashes Sh15.4b JSS funds


Learners are staring at a crisis after the National Treasury slashed monies meant for Junior Secondary School (JSS) and school feeding programmes.

Lawmakers who sit in the education committee chaired by Tinderet MP Julius Melly were shocked to learn that the Treasury had reduced capitation to JSS by a whooping Sh15.4 billion thus affecting about one million learners.

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CS Linturi’s Celebration Cut Short as MPs Demand Probe Over Graft Claims

Agriculture cabinet secretary Mithika Linturi is facing a fresh probe over reports of bribing members of select committee which was tasked to investigate his Impeachment.

As reported by Wednesday’s Standard publication, MPs have now cut shot the CS celebrations by demanding an investigation over graft claims as was raised by Busia women representative Catherine Omanyo.

Speaking, Omanyo noted that she was offered a huge amount of money to vote in favor of CS Linturi’s retention but decided to turn it down.

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Ruto Gets a Dose of Uhuru’s Bitter Pill as His Actions Comes Back to Haunt His Administration

During this year’s labor’s day celebration, president William Ruto accused Kenya Kwanza’s affiliated leaders of seeking relevance instead of working for kenyans.

This is the same statement that former president Uhuru Kenyatta made while William Ruto, deputy president then, was busy campaigning after neglecting his DP role.

Apparently, the head of state has tasted a dose of Uhuru’s bitter pill and therefore knows how it feels working alone while you have your juniors.

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