Rift Valley elders warn Uhuru over harsh economy facing Kenyans

The Rift Valley Council of elders is now calling on President Uhuru Kenyatta to listen to the outcry of Kenyans concerning the high fuel prices and intervene in the situation. Addressing media in Nakuru led by Patron Gilbert Kabage, the elders say this is not time to implement the 16% VAT on fuel owing to the harsh economic crisis facing Kenyans. Kabage also slammed the Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich for the move he took in the whole situation that has left Kenyans suffering. “This is not the time to…

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Njuri Ncheke Nakuru Chapter distances itself from Moi’s closed door meeting

Elders from Njuri Ncheke Nakuru chapter have distanced themselves from the meeting that was held on Saturday at retired President Moi Press person Lee Njiru’s home in Ngata. The Saturday meeting is saw the son to retired President Daniel Moi meet the delegation led by Njuri Ncheke chair Albert Mugambi in Ngata, Nakuru County, where the team pledged full support come 2022. However addressing media in Nakuru on Monday, Njuri Ncheke Nakuru chapter led by Chairman John Muuyuri termed the group that had visited Baringo Senator Gideon Moi on Saturday…

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Kikuyu elders call for constitution amendment to ensure inclusivity

Kikuyu elders under the Kikuyu Council of elders are now calling on political leaders and other stakeholders to have a dialogue on constitutional amendments. Addressing media in Nakuru on Saturday led by the Council national chairman Ndung’u Gaithuma, the elders decried that there is still major gap as far as leadership is concerned more so on the presidential. According to the elders, if the amendments are not done now, the country might fall into darkness in future. “In order to arrest these issues of power there is need to ensure…

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Rift valley elders want government to involve foreign auditors in lifestyle audit exercise

The Rift valley council of elders has called on government to hire independent foreign auditors among them FBI to carry out the lifestyle audit. Addressing media in Nakuru after holding a peace forum, the elders through their patron Gilbert Kabage said in doing so the public will have confidence in the lifestyle audit exercise. They said they are in support of the lifestyle audit to be carried out from way back since independence and that can only be done by an independent body which Kenyans have confidence in. “We want…

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