Top NLC officials in bitter infights Our Reporter A vicious war has exploded at National Lands Commission with top executives going for each others’ throats and releasing damning information on their dirty deals to fix each other. One camp rotates around chairman Mohammed Swazuri and deputy and another camp around...
Merger plans for Jubilee Coalition parties neared takeoff point last week when Uhuru Kenyatta was handed a report on the proposed Jubilee Party which is to be launched in September. But it is the mindbogglingly staggering amount set aside for the new party launch that has tongues wagging ceaselessly.
Among those expected to be in the list of the first casualties include Nyakach MP Aduma Owuor, Mbita MP Millie Odhiambo, Ndhiwa MP Augustino Neto, Kasipul MP Oyugi Magwanga, Peter Kaluma of Homa-Bay Town and Omondi Anyanga of Nyatike.
The rate at which cases of sodomy, incest and rape are rising is worrying. Issues of rape, defilement, sodomy among other ills used to be rare in learning institutions especially in primary and secondary schools.
Raila, Mudavadi and Karua, who of late have been secretly burning mid-night oil working on a possible Super Alliance Coalition could use the opportunity to hold meetings that would see a single opposition presidential candidate to face off with President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017.
Cord supporters are fast coming to terms with the gloomy fact that their coalition will require nothing short of a miracle of testamental proportions to last the next two months intact. Those with the guts to acknowledge reality are convinced Cord is headed for a major split over the presidential candidature of ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
To say that panic has gripped State House following reports that the opposition parties are seriously considering forming a formidable super alliance that would see Mudavadi fly the presidential flag with Kalonzo Musyoka as the running mate, is to understate it.