Ruto’s gardener attack Police officer attached to him

Kenya Deputy President's Official Home located in Karen, Nairobi

A gardener at Ruto’s Private residence in Karen was reported to have attacked a police officer attached to the DP yesterday morning. The Police office is currently receiving treatment after sustaining injuries on his head. Police report indicates that the officer, Corporal Timothy Mugendi Rucha was hit at the back of the head by the gardener after an argument between the two which turned physical. The gardener, Nicholas Kibiwot Rono was arrested and arraigned in court.

Ruto is the cause of current food crisis – Former Agriculture Minister Kipruto Arap Kirwa says

William Ruto - Photo file

Former Agriculture Minister Kipruto Arap Kirwa has come out saying that the current food crisis in the country is linked Ruto’s mishandling of the Agriculture docked when he headed it. Mr. Kirwa served as Agriculture Minister after being appointed by Mwai Kibaki in 2003 up until 2008 after which William Ruto was appointed to the docket.  Kirwa says that it is during this time that the Agriculture sector in the country was messed up when Ruto colluded with cartels and ‘funny millers’ to carry out shoddy deals. “When I left…

Obado’s assets seized by EACC

Obado in a Past court hearing

The High Court yesterday gave a ruling preventing Migori Governor Okoth Obado from developing, leasing, charging or selling a property in Loresho Ridge before the case concerning it is accomplished. The court also ruled that two High end cars owned by the governor’s sons be handed over tom the EACC in seven days. The Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission argued that the properties must have been from proceeds of embezzlement of county funds. In addition, the EACC is seeking to recover a total of ksh 73.5 million from the governor and…

Kenya Second Liberation Hero Veterans have backed Raila Odinga’s Presidential bid

Veterans who fought for multiparty democracy in the country yesterday announced that they will support Raila Odinga and Martha Karua for president. Led by Prof Ngotho Kariuki, the group opined that Raila and Martha have dedicated their lives in fighting for the rights of Kenyans and multiparty democracy. They said that they believe their struggle will come into fruition when Odinga and Karua are elected for the country’s top job. “We are here because we are the people that contributed to the freedom that Kenyans are enjoying today, and our…