Ruto kept in the dark over Echesa firing

  Our Reporter President Uhuru Kenyatta strategically kept his deputy William Ruto in the dark when he fired the non-performing sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa. Weekly Citizen is reliably informed that on Wednesday,   top three sleuths in the country visited state house where they unanimously prevailed upon the president to...

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State probes Ruto secret bank accounts

Investigations into the multibillion dams scandal took another twist after officials of an Italian firm, Co-operativa Muratoi Cementisti Di Ravenna linked an ally of William Ruto, David Muge, to a Sh2 billion bribe allegedly received when Ruto visited Italy in December last year. Muge is one of the powerful people...

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Sextortion link in Joho, Jumwa wars

Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa has accused Mombasa governor Hassan Joho of trying to lure her to bed and when she told him a big no, he started embarking on a campaign to have her kicked out of ODM. Jumwa is now linked to the Kiuno faction within deputy president William...

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Staggering sh 14b looted at Mombasa sultanate

Mombasa county government cannot account for more than Sh14 billion allocated for development money believed to have either been looted or misappropriated during the financial year 2016/2017. According to Auditor General’s report for year ending June 30 2017, the figures in the financial statement for Mombasa county government presented for...

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Panic as 5 bank CEOs face arrest

Panic has gripped five banks as top managers are to face criminal charges of violating anti-money laundering act No. 9 of 2009. By late last week, the managers of the said banks were busy engaging legal minds to find a middle ground in handling the case. One of the options...

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Reign of terror at Butere Girls school

A Form Three student in Kakamega county recently committed suicide after getting wind that she would be suspended from school. And now parents blame teachers for having threatened the girl with suspension. They say, if the teachers had not threatened her, she would not have committed suicide. Students at the...

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Exposed: 4 Supreme court judges on Ahmednassir’s hit list

                Supreme Court Justices Mohammed Ibrahim and Njoki Ndungú are the target by lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi in the alleged bribe case that upheld Wajir governor’s election. Ahmednasir represented the loser in Supreme Court. Already firebrand lawyer claims, Justice Ibrahim was prevailed upon to...

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Why Uhuru ordered Raila security detail improved

Uhuru Kenyatta ordered ODM leader Raila Odinga security detail beefed up after the handshake where the two leaders buried the hatchet. Weekly Citizen has established that Uhuru’s decision was reached at after his political advisers told him that going by Jubilee parliamentary results, he was a vulnerable president both in...

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How Uhuru was fooled on vetting of procurement officers

The directive by Uhuru Kenyatta that all top procurement officers should undergo fresh vetting process was hijacked by powerful forces at the Treasury who used the exercise to mint millions from the affected officers eager to escape the dragnet. The panel that was undertaking the exercise is said to have...

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Rot at International Leadership University

Share Pin Email Members of staff at International Leadership University that formerly went by the name Nairobi International School of Theology have petitioned the chancellor Farai Katsande to rein in corrupt managers tarnishing the image of the once prestigious institution. The staff in a confidential letter availed to us took...

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