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    Uhuru clashes with Mudavadi, accuses him of behaving like Ruto

    President Uhuru Kenyatta accused ANC party leader Musalia Mudavdi of publicly defying his counsel. In a meeting organized over the weekend between the OKA principals and the president, President Uhuru reportedly likened Mudavadi’s public utterances to what he described as DP Ruto political posturing. Uhuru is said to have warned Mudavdi that his utterances were […] More

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    OKA principals angry at Uhuru after State House meeting, Sources

    OKA principals are said to have come out of a meeting they held with President Uhuru Kenyatta, on Saturday, furious. During the meeting, President Kenyatta is said to have asked the principals, Moses Wetangula (Ford), Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) and Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper) to put aside their presidential bid and support ODM leader Raila Odinga. Sources […] More

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    I won’t lift curfew – Uhuru Jokes with KDF

    President Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted that he might extend the dusk to Dawn curfew after his visit to the Kenya Defence Forces. The Head of State who was speaking during the 10th anniversary of the Kenya Defence Forces day on Saturday, joked that he might not lift the curfew after noticing an increasing number in […] More

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    Did President Uhuru Just Said Raila Tosha?

    After months of being under pressure to publicly endorse ODM leader Raila Odinga, President Uhuru Kenyatta has come out to give the clearest indication that he will back his handshake partner. Speaking in Kibira on Wednesday where he was accompanied by Raila, President Kenyatta indicated that he preferred the Opposition Chief as his successor. He […] More

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    Why Ruto isn’t in Uhuru succession plans

    Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has lifted the lid on why he has secluded Deputy President William Ruto in his succession plans. The president said he opted to work with ODM leader Raila Odinga and the One Kenya Alliance since they have backed his unity plan. President Kenyatta said he would not want to invite those […] More

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    Did Handshake cause UhuRuto fallout? Discovery of old newspaper settles the debate once and for all

    One of the highlights of the week was a heated argument between former National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale and Orange Democratic Movement party chairman, John Mbadi. At the heart of the issue was the Handshake. While Duale claimed that it was the Handshake which ruined Jubilee, Mbadi maintained that the Handshake found a president […] More

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    Peter Kagwanja lashes out at uhuru

    There are fears that an outright rebellion against the president by his most trusted allies may now be boiling under the surface following Jubilee’s humiliating loss in the Kiambaa by-election. Kenyan intellectual Policy advisor and strategist Peter Kagwanja’s latest statement attacking Uhuru has left people wondering whether the much talked about impending exodus by Kieleweke […] More

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    Mudavadi backtracks; now changes hard stance on never working with Raila again

    Over the weekend, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi engaged his followers in a dizzying ping-pong game. With unconfirmed reports indicating that a furious and angry Uhuru Kenyatta has developed a no-nonsense approach following his embarrassing defeat in Kiambaa, and ordered NASA to immediately find a way of working together, the effects seem to be now emerging. […] More

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    Kiraitu; why we swore in Kibaki at nightfall in 2007

    In a just launched book that is expected to revive new controversy between him and the Raila allied camp which he had began developing a friendship with, Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi has made huge revelations that discuss the very raw topic of the 2007 post-election violence.   Kiraitu, who was Kibaki’s Energy minister at the […] More

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    Villagers in Uhuru’s homeplace up in arms about their land; latest scandal from Gatundu

    Even as Kiambu County continues to be the current epicenter of the country’s political activities, with the Kiambaa by-election campaigns being the showpiece of the tussle, a storm is brewing in the president’s backyard.   A dramatic spectacle was witnessed after Njeri, an old widow of a deceased Njoroge invaded ongoing works at Karimenu, in […] More

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