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Leaders dismiss KKK alliance, tell Ruto to quit

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Some Rift Valley leaders have dismissed the proposed alliance between Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka, Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Agriculture Minister William Ruto as unworkable and tribal.

Leaders dismiss KKK alliance, tell Ruto to quit

By | 11 years ago

Mudavadi tells off leaders opposing Mau evictions

Mudavadi tells off leaders opposing Mau evictions

Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi has told off critics of the Mau Forest evictions. He said the move to salvage the deteriorating water tower should be viewed as a conservation measure "Let us not politicise the Mau Complex issue. All leaders worth their salt should support the evictions," urged the DPM.

| 11 years ago

Mau: Raila, Ruto tell different story, separately

Prime minister Raila Odinga and his rival in Orange Democratic Movement, Agriculture minister William Ruto, were in the vast Rift Valley Province.

| 11 years ago

96 per cent of settlers out of Maasai Mau, says Tobiko

Tobiko says that they have provided transport for evictees.

Fredrick Obura and Ramadhan Sigomba | 1 year ago

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