By The Grapevine | 2 years ago
Some of the CS’s are said to be unhappy after the departments under their dockets were moved to other ministries.
The second term lawmaker was booed after he started throwing brick-bats and insults aimed at his party leader
Some recent developments have fired up the rivalry after the said CS was handed special assignments, some of which fall outside his docket.
We are a noisy nation. Forget alarm clocks, around here, you’re woken up by honking buses, touts banging matatu roofs and hollering at commuters.
By Tony Malesi
Mr President, with all due respect, if politicians, including yourself, ever tried those sorts of jokes of getting too serious around here, you will get three votes come election time.
Northern Kenya can no longer blame scant representation for developmental woes, since, following the promulgation of the 2010 Constitution.
By Musdaf Abdullahi
These ‘seven bearded sisters,’ as former Attorney General Charles Njonjo nicknamed them in 1981, were the most radical politicians Kenyan parliament had ever seen
By Nairobian Editor
It was a cheap shot implying that Kenyan newspapers would find better use as wrapping paper for meat in butcheries. The context was a headline story critical of the Deputy President. Seasoned journalists remained calm. Veteran editors did not fret either.
By Oyunga Pala
As long as one evokes, the pledge of loyalty to change lives by fighting corruption and the enemies of development on behalf of Kenyans, any fishy story will do
Deputy President William Ruto might have noticed that the MPs’ mass choir that used to entertain him at The Hague is gone.
By Ted Malanda
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