Switzerland Prostitution to Re-open After Demonstrating and Convincing the Government of ‘safe positions’


Switzerland has allowed prostitutes to resume work from June 6, after the sex workers convinced the government of ‘safe positions’. The Health Ministry in Switzerland allowed the work to resume with new measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The Swiss government said prostitutes shall have to maintain a social distance of ‘forearm length’ with their clients. According to a Swiss local daily, the government also advised the workers to ‘leave doors open to avoid touching them’. The lobby group fighting for the resumption of Swiss prostitution, Procore, told the…

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Who Killed Cynthia Mwikali, The Lady Who Leaked Information on DP Ruto Beating His Wife?

Cynthia Mwikali

A lady by the name Cynthia Mwikali ,27 who is a steward of Deputy president Ruto’s Wife was on Friday 29th May found dead in a forest. Cynthia Mwikali who is an employee of the Whitesand beach report went missing two weeks ago after she allegedly exposed information on Ruto beating his wife. The lady is said to have disclosed to friends that Ruto’s wife has been seeking treatment help from a medical doctor after she got injured in an internal feud with Ruto. For nearly the whole week, since…

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Governor Ann Waiguru on The Spot Over Multi-million Mansion Budget.

Ann Waiguru

The war between Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru and the Kirinyaga Members of County Assemblies escalated on Wednesday, June 3, after the legislators rejected her Ksh 90 million budget accorded to building a mansion. Sources reveal that two-thirds of the House rejected the bill as only eight MCAs supported the embattled Governor Ann Waiguru hoped to construct an official residence for Kirinyaga Governors.  Majority Leader Kamau Murango was quoted having stated that they rejected the budget on grounds that it would deny them cash for development.  The MCA’s, later on, tabled…

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Uganda President Museveni Declines Uhuru’s Lucrative Naivasha Dry Port Offer


President Yoweri Museveni has rejected a proposal by the Kenyan government to clear all transit cargo at the Naivasha Dry Port. Museveni said all transit cargo should be cleared in Mombasa and not Naivasha as Kenya seeks to reap maximum benefits from the Standard Gauge Railway which had been envisaged to transport goods to Naivasha. Uganda’s Transport Minister Katumba Wamala in a letter dated May 28 and addressed to Kenya’s Transport CS James Macharia said that the directive should not be mandatory in a bid to ease tension among stakeholders…

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