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Raila in shock ahead of his planned mass action after Chebukati’s latest winning award days after resignation of Justus Nyang’aya

by Paul Nyongesa
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Raila in shock ahead of his planned mass action after Chebukati’s latest winning award days after resignation of Justus Nyang’aya

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is in tears. This is after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) was awarded as among the best institutions in terms of procurement.

During the Kenya Institute of Supply Management Awards held at Carnivore Grounds, the commission emerged third in the Public Procurement Project of the Year category.

The award is for its “excellent” management of procurement processes in the last year.

A statement by the Commission indicated that it was feted during the Kenya Institute of Supply Management Award gala dinner.

“The Commission was feted for its excellent management of procurement processes in the last year,” read the statement in part.

Felix Koskei, the Chief of Staff and Head of Public Service, was the chief guest at the gala dinner.

“IEBC was awarded first runners-up in the Public Procurement Project of the Year,” the statement by the Commission continued.

According to the organizers, the Kenya Institute of Supply Management Award gala dinner aims at recognizing individuals and organizations with best practices in Supply Chain Management.

The honour came amid a battle pitting President William Ruto against former Prime Minister Raila Odinga over the suspension of the 4 IEBC commissioners, turned rebels.

Elsewhere,

President William Ruto has said the threats by the Opposition will not derail the government’s development agenda.

He said the Kenya Kwanza administration is focused on resuscitating the ailing economy.

He assured the country that the government will secure their lives and property should the Opposition go on demonstration.

“You will not blackmail this nation. You will not threaten Kenyans. We are determined to move forward,” he said.

President Ruto made the remarks during an interdenominational church service on Sunday at the University of Embu Grounds, Embu County.

Earlier, he opened an administration block at the institution.

He was accompanied by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Attorney General Justin Muturi,  Embu Governor Cecily Mbarire, Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki, Meru Governor  Kawira Mwangaza and a host of MPs led by National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah.

Mr Gachagua told Opposition Leader Raila Odinga that his old trick of sponsoring protests to disrupt government and force a Handshake will not work.

“We do not want a handshake, it is the worst thing to ever happen in our country,” he said, adding: “The only Handshake that we want is with Hustlers through development programmes like the Hustler Fund.”

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