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 A collage of Uhuru Kenyatta, Kawira Mwangaza and a statue of Eliud Kipchoge.

In case you missed it, here is a compilation of everything that has been happening in the country this week.

Uhuru Kenyatta’s Birthday

On his birthday, Kenyans turned to social media to celebrate former President Uhuru Kenyatta. He expressed his gratitude for the well-wishes and acknowledged how thankful he was for his good health.

Eliud Kipchoge statue

Eliud Kipchoge, in a 20-year partnership with Nike, was honoured with a bronze statue at Nike HQ and had a track named after him. Kipchoge boasts a remarkable 16 wins out of 19 marathons and is featured in the Guinness World Records on Page 245.

King Kalala threatens to sue parody accounts

Radio presenter Prudence Chepkirui Tonui, widely recognized as King Kalala, has issued a legal threat against a parody account on X (formerly Twitter) alleged to have disseminated a series of explicit videos, including one that caused a significant outcry starting on Wednesday, October 25th.

Kawira Impeached

Meru County Governor Kawira Mwangaza was unanimously impeached by the Meru County Assembly. In a session on Wednesday evening, all 59 MCAs present voted in favour of her removal.

Motorola’s folding phone that can be worn as a watch

Motorola has recently introduced a cutting-edge concept phone that offers the unique feature of being wearable on your wrist. It is a fascinating fusion of smartwatch and smartphone technology.

MCAs beard impeachment motion

Baringo County Assembly debated a motion to remove county minister Lekonaya Kibwalel from office, citing unkempt beards and public misconduct. Some netizens found the motion unnecessary, sparking a wider discussion about the role of MCAs amidst ongoing debates like Kawira Mwangaza’s impeachment.

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