Shelve 2022 politics and focus on development,President tells leaders

President Uhuru Kenyatta has appealed to political leaders to shun debate on 2022 politics and instead focus on development agenda. Speaking in Mangu, Rongai sub County of Nakuru County during the burial ceremony of Businessman and Lawyer Karanja Kabage, the head of state was categorical that Kenyans are interested in development. While eulogizing the late as a person who was committed to transform the lives of others, the President urged leaders to emulate the same in transforming the lives of Kenyans through development agenda. “He was not just a businessman,…

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Ngunjiri calls on political leaders to shun divisive politics that may derail peace

Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has called on political leaders to shun divisive utterances that may derail the good working relation between President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Speaking on Monday at his home in Bahati when he met over 50 religious leaders from the Kenya Assemblies of God, the vocal legislator while commending the new development where the trio has shown interest to work towards bettering lives of Kenyans said all politicians should emulate the same and focus on development and unity…

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Nakuru Farmers cry to Uhuru over harsh economy

Farmers in Bahati sub county of Nakuru are decrying the 16% VAT imposed on fuel that has led to the harsh economy due to increased price of farm inputs. Addressing media at Bahati’s Maili Kumi market, the farmers led by Mr. George Gatiba said the harsh economy has nothing for them to benefit from their farms as inputs are expensive and they might opt to shun farming if the government does not step. “Prices of all farm inputs have gone up and we are now left to suffer. We are…

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Chebukati lauds Uhuru-Raila unity, says move healthy for the country

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati has lauded the show of unity from the top leaders in the country saying the gesture is healthy for the country to move forward amid last year’s acrimonious general election. Speaking at IEBC offices in Nakuru town on his tour of IEBC offices across the country to enhance capacity of the officers, Chebukati said that such closing of ranks by leaders is important as it helot to work for the common good of the people. “Personally and on behave of the…

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