Politics

Waititu asks Court to Give him 1400 Days to Impeach Covid-119 from his Body

Former Kiambu Governor and self declared father of the nation Ferdinand Waititu failed to appear in court today and said that he was busy impeaching Covid-119. Through his lawyer, Waititu told the anticorruption court that he had become entangled with corona virus and he needed adequate time to impeach it from the body, adding that

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Social

Corruption Cases to be tried via Social Media

A new judicial system will see Kenya try corruption cases using modern systems of social interactions in order to guarantee speedy conviction. Speaking during the launch of the Social Media Court of Kenya, the Chief Justice said that Kenya seeks to implement a 10X justice system where corruption cases will be tried on social media

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Politics

Obado Begs for his file not to be Handed Over to Justice Mumbi Ngugi

Embattled Migori Governor Okoth Obado who successfully managed to drag his family into a corruption sinkhole now has one plea; do not hand over my file to Justice Mumbi Ngugi. Fearing the fate that befell the Ngiritas, Waluke and Wakhungu, Governor Obado asked for his case to be heard by a more reasonable judge who

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Politics

Uhuru Kenyatta Reaffirms his Commitment to the Rule of Low

President Uhuru Kenyatta has once again reaffirmed his commitment to the rule of low, saying that Kenya is free state where low and orders take precedence over anything else. Speaking in the backdrop of recently unearthed scandals involving loss of billions of money meant for fighting Covid-19 and use of criminal tactics to influence the

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Governance

Kenya’s Title Deed Goes Missing

The whereabouts of the Title Deed for the republic of Kenya cannot be ascertained. This is the legal document that shows the size, location and ownership of the piece of real estate that is referred to as Kenya as shown on world maps. This is a risky situation because without it, Kenya could be transferred

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Governance

Ministry of Lands Spent 26.8 Million Searching for ends of Sellotape

The Ministry of Lands is on the spotlight after it emerged that it spent 27 million shillings in search for missing ends of Sellotape. In the heist which took place in the last financial year, the Ministry hired 26 consultants who are experienced in complicated recoveries to help identify the missing ends, as well as

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Governance

KENHA Celebrates the Fifth Anniversary of Thika Road Bridges Under Construction

The Kenya National Highways Authorities yesterday threw a lavish birthday party to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Thika Road foot bridges that are at different stages of incompletion. In the event that was graced by various stakeholders involved in the project – Treasury, brokers, contractors, hawkers, kick back facilitators and corruption experts – KENHA

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Governance Politics

Uhuru: ‘Corruption is a Devolved Function’

The death of the war on corruption in Kenya has come sooner than expected after the government announced that only county governments have powers and the mandate to deal in and with corruption. Shocking as it might sound, President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated that corruption is a devolved function and that the National Government has

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Politics

Government Planning to Reduce Corruption by 50%

The government of Kenya has come up with an ambitious plan to reduce the amount money lost to corruption by 50%. The new initiative will see the government scale down on corruption and switch to the less lucrative activity of taking care of the welfare of the citizens. This marks a major policy shift where

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Governance

Uhuru: “Otieno’s Bed is too Cheap for Government Use”

The Office of the President has defended a decision to ignore a local artisan manufacturing hospital beds in Juja, citing the low prices that the artisan was offering. Following social media outcry that Meshack Otieno was sidelined because his second name starts with a small letter instead of a capital letter, the office of the

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