Nyamira Residents Turn Out in Large Numbers to Attend Ruto’s Rally, Despite Police Threats.

Nyamira Residents

TweetShare83SharePin184 SharesResidents of Nyamira County have come out in large numbers to attend deputy president William Ruto’s rally despite the threats by the Police earlier today. Ruto was to attend a fundraising event that was organized for the Nyamira Bodaboda riders Sacco in the County was cut short after police appeared in troops ordered the residents to go away from the meeting in peace. They also brought down the tents that were set up in preparation for the event. A photo shared through the twitter handle of former Statehouse official…

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More Cabinet Secretaries To Go Home: List Of Who Might Be Axed Following Uhuru’s Compulsory Leave.

Cabinet Secretaries

TweetShare350SharePin4354 SharesOn Saturday 15th, President Kenyatta sent the entire Cabinet Secretaries on a compulsory 19 day leave. This has raised some speculations on why The President would do So in the middle of a pandemic. Over the past few months, Cabinet Secretaries have been on a dilemma as to whether they would be axed after Jubilee Purges that seem to have to target Deputy President William Ruto allies. Among the People who were Dismissed from Government Powerful Positions are; Hon Kipchumba Murkomen Who was the leader Of Majority of Senate…

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Occasions That Has Proven Clearly Ruto Does not Have “Numbers”


TweetShare62SharePin62 SharesThe team of Deputy President William Ruto suffered a major setback after President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee Party removed two allies of Ruto from the Jubilee senate. Journalist Abuga Makori has claimed that the setback has exposed DP Ruto for not having the numbers after President Uhuru managed to remove Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen as the Majority leader in the Senate and Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika as the Majority Whip. Makori said DP Ruto’s camp did not have the numbers to save the two leaders just like how the…

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I have CAMPAIGNED, VOTED & SUPPORTED him in The 4 Elections he Ran for president. Ruto Respond To MPs On Impeachment.


TweetShareSharePin0 SharesDeputy President William Ruto, on the night of Wednesday, March 11, broke his silence after a section of members of the National Assembly asked him to step aside. In a press conference held on the same day, MPs allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga accused the DP of misconduct and violation of the oath of office. In his response, the DP laughed off their accusations arguing that he had supported the president and supported him through four campaigns. He further termed their threats as nonsensical…

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