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Give NADCO report a chance, urges Mudavadi

The Prime Cabinet Secretary (PCS) Musalia Mudavadi has urged Kenyans to give the National Assembly a chance to debate the recent report unveiled by the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) to give the country direction to take. Consequently, Mudavadi disclosed that the legislators, currently on recess, will discuss and process the report as soon as they […]

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President Ruto Reshuffles Cabinet

President William Ruto on Wednesday night reorganized his Cabinet, in a move that saw various ministries merged and renamed. In the move, President Ruto expanded the Office of the Prime Cabinet Secretary to include the Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, headed by Musalia Mudavadi. Investments, Trade and Industry Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria has been […]

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The upsurge of Military Coups D’état In Africa, to whose interest?

BY GBS REPORTER, Dennis Mugweru Munyi,1 September 2023 Gabon is the latest African country to have undergone a coup d’état shortly after President Ali Bongo Ondimba was re-elected for a third term on August 30. This is the eighth coup in former French colonies in Africa in the past three years. In what seems to […]

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GABON MILITARY COUP

A military coup is ongoing in Gabon following controversial elections. The country has been ruled by a father and son since 1967. President Ali Bongo has ruled Gabon since 2009. His father, former President Omar Bongo ruled Gabon from 1967 to 2009. A group of senior Gabonese military officers appeared on national television and said […]

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SENATE DEBATES ON THE NATIONAL DIALOGUE COMMITTEE

Senate Majority Leader Aaron Cheruiyot has rallied senators to unanimously support a motion for the establishment of the National Dialogue Committee. The committee will spearhead talks between Kenya Kwanza and the Azimio One Kenya Coalition. Speaking when he moved the motion on Tuesday morning during a special sitting of the house, Cheruiyot said senators should […]

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RUTO SET TO VISIT THE WESTERN REGION

President William Ruto is set to begin a five-day working tour of the western region on Saturday 26th of August 2023, covering Busia, Bungoma, Vihiga, and Kakamega counties. During the tour, the president will inaugurate, commission, and inspect various government projects that directly benefit Kenyans, aligning with the government’s bottom-up economic agenda.  Among the projects, […]

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SENATE TO CONVEY A SPECIAL SITTING TO DISCUSS BIPARTISAN TALKS COMMITTEE

Senate Speaker Amason Kingi has gazetted a special sitting on Tuesday, August 29, to approve the establishment of the National Dialogue Committee. In the Gazette notice dated August 25, Kingi stated that the sitting will take place from 9.30 am at the Senate Chamber, Parliament Buildings. “Notice is given to all Senators that pursuant to […]

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KIRINYAGA WOMEN REP RECORDS STATEMENT WITH DCI

Kirinyaga woman rep Njeri Maina has today on Friday 25th August 2023 recorded a statement over Tuesday’s chaos at the DCI headquarters in Kerugoya The women rep sustained head injuries during the chaos which led to her hospitalization.  She was accompanied by her lawyer Otiende Amollo, the Rarienda member of parliament Amollo, in a statement […]

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I WILL NOT RESIGN- ABABU NAMWABA NOW TELLS PARLIAMENT

Sports cabinet secretary, Ababu Namwaba has maintained that the issues raised against him were not substantive. Ababu who was summoned by parliament to explain the allegations of failed leadership in his ministry said he was not aware of any joyriders being part of an official delegation accompanying officials to events. Ababu had a hard time […]

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ZIMBABWE ELECTIONS MARRED BY DELAYS

Zimbabwe’s presidential election was extended until Thursday after delays of up to 10 hours in most parts of opposition strongholds. Chaotic scenes characterized some polling stations in Zimbabwe as ballot papers that had been delivered up to 10 hours late ran out, forcing officials to suspend voting Wednesday night in many stations, especially in large […]

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