Frank James: My question is simple, has Parliament approved the deployment of KDF at domestic level in putting out protests?
Rosemary: Jubilee is civilised, did they riot in 2002, I compare Jubilee with Republicans in the US, while NASA are the Democrats who are still whining almost a year after elections...Jul 18, 2017
By Jackson Muchora
With the General Elections just two weeks away, both Jubilee and NASA strategists face a nightmare as they seek to break down the numbers, work out on any possibilities and trends that may tilt the presidency in their favour and win in the first round...Jul 20, 2017
Following 50 guests being diagnosed with Cholera at the lavish Weston Hotel linked to Deputy President William Ruto, the government has moved fast to clarify that the food consumed was outsourced and not from the hotel...Jul 20, 2017
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