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Ruto scorecard: It's a mixed bag for President in seven months

Cabinet approved the Privatisation Bill that would see MPs bypassed in corporations’ sale. President has been criticised for appointing 50 CASs and threats to gag the media. 
By Brian Otieno 3h ago
Raila claimed that Gachagua and his allies were plotting to hire youths and have them dress up in outfits similar to those won by the Movement for Defence of Democracy, then cause mayhem.
By Edwin Nyarangi 11h ago
Taking stock of the aftermath of the chaotic scenes on March 20 occasioned by the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya mass protests, one cannot fail to wonder where leadership responsibility starts or ends.
By Patrick Muinde 11h ago
Opposition Members of Parliament have criticised the government over the alleged withdrawal of their security detail.
By Brian Otieno 11h ago
UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala has cautioned Azimio Raila Odinga against leading the planned mass action, saying the government will deal with him ruthlessly.
By Martin Ndiema Mar. 24, 2023
Murungi argued the officers who helped Kenyans, protected businesses and prevented loss of lives during last week’s anti-government protests were worthy of a promotion for their service to the public.
By Josphat Thiongó Mar. 24, 2023
Ruto said instead of Raila taking advantage of youth to advance his hidden agenda through the protests he should rather face him directly to iron out the issues he is raising.
By Eric Abuga Mar. 24, 2023
President Ruto appeared to open a door for dialogue on what he described as a ‘development agenda and not on sideshows’.
By Eric Abuga Mar. 24, 2023
The 50 CASs were appointed after National Assembly Speaker declined to have Parliament vet them.
By Brian Otieno Mar. 24, 2023
Attorney General Justin Muturi argued that Ruto was within the law to make the appointments after consulting the Public Service Commission.
By Paul Ogemba Mar. 23, 2023
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has told of church leaders over calls for dialogue between President William Ruto and Azimio’s Raila Odinga.
By Boniface Gikandi Mar. 23, 2023
President assures of security, says nobody will be allowed to sabotage businesses .Azimio has notified police of planned demonstrations on Mondays and Thursdays.
By Edwin Nyarangi Mar. 23, 2023