Rai family to lease prime Mumias sugar nucleus estate

Rai family to lease prime Mumias sugar nucleus estate

The controversial Rai family that runs West Kenya Sugar Company in Kakamega county is planning to lease Mumias Sugar Company nucleus estate by proxy. According to sources well versed with the plan, once they land the control of the nucleus sugar estate, with sugar zoning not in place, they will...

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Uhuru favours Kikuyus in latest plum government appointments

Uhuru favours Kikuyus in latest plum government appointments

The recent Parastatal appointments by President Uhuru Kenyatta favoured the community which walked away with lion’s share  in the appointments as gazated May, 3, 2019. Word has it that the decision to favour Kikuyus was to fight growing rebellion in the Kikuyu land that Uhuru has neglected the community in...

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Kenya Railways MD caught in love triangle

Kenya Railways MD caught in love triangle

They say what goes around always comes around. Jilted former National Irrigation Board General Manager Eng Daniel Barasa is involved in a dogfight of sorts with Kenya Railways Corporation acting Managing Director Philip Mainga in a love triangle featuring an outspoken former female MP. At the centre of the cast...

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Kabarak University medical student dies in boda boda accident

Kabarak University medical student dies in boda boda accident

  A medical student at Kabarak University Marcus Garvey Atuoto has died in a grisly accident at Kima, Luanda sub county, Vihiga County. The student had boarded a boda boda to Luanda town. He was to connect to Kisumu and then Nakuru to report back to college. It is said...

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Ghost haunts Kipklyania Kones family

Ghost haunts Kipklyania Kones family

Mysterious deaths in the family of former Cabinet Minister the late Kipkalya Knoes has left many debating whether ghosts had pitched camp at the home of former roads minister. It’s imperative to note, during the burial of the late Cabinet Minister son Collins Kones, a former personal assistant of the...

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Pressure on Uhuru to extend Mwathethe’s term intensifies

Pressure on Uhuru to extend Mwathethe’s term intensifies

President Uhuru Kenyatta will extend the term of the Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) Samson Mwathethe by a year. Already, there are no signs of ceremonies associated with imminent departure of the KDF chief which show he is not retiring yet. According to sources, if Mwathethe was leaving the service,...

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Ruto Camp plants Kirwa to finish Kutuny

Ruto Camp plants Kirwa to finish Kutuny

Former minister Kipruto Kirwa could just be having a fine moment with his gods. The Weekly Citizen can authoritatively report that William Ruto has earmarked the former lawmaker to reclaim the Cherangany parliamentary seat that he lost to incumbent Joshua Kuttuny in 2007. This comes in the wake of Kutuny’s...

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Lesbianism Club at Moi Girls’ Nairobi exposed

Lesbianism Club at Moi Girls’ Nairobi exposed

A fresh controversy has hit the prestigious Moi Girls’ secondary school in Nairobi following a leaked report pointing at the existence of a strong network of lesbianism group where hardcore members are currently in recruitment spree targeting newcomers. Revelations that students engaged in a widely discussed lesbianism at the institution...

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Muslim factions fight for property

Confusion is reigning high at Mbale Jamia Mosque in Vihiga county as leaders from two Muslim organisations go for each other’s throat in the management of the religious institution. Waqf properties are at the centre of wrangles between two Muslim organisations Vihiga Muslim Association and a local Supkem official who...

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Graft lands director of communication in hot soup

An underground movement has been hatched secretly to eject the director of communication at Busia county government governor’s office Winston Mbanda so that his position can be taken over by another officer working in the same government. Investigations done by Weekly Citizen established that Mbanda is supposed to be redeployed...

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