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President Kenyatta Visits Governor Kidero: What 3 things Did They Discuss?

President Uhuru Kenyatta made a visit to Governor Evans Kidero offices in Nairobi where the two likely had some talks. In trying to figure out what they likely discussed we came up with this question: What 3 things did they discuss? Below the three things we think the two leaders discussed.
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Kenyans Comments After Kshs 150 Million House Bought For Speaker of Senate

“Jubilee is a government of looters and rip off "them" citizens. By the time they rule for "20", the ordinary Kenyan will be helpless!!” jdugna1960 comments after the story of the Kshs 150 million about $1.8 million dollars house purchase for the Senate speaker. The comments if considered as a poll would mean 99% of Kenyans don’t support this. Further the comments reveal how frustrated Kenyans are and have yet to figure how to stop this extravagant expenditures that rob from the poor millions living in slums to entertain the governing class. ...
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9 Comments After President Kenyatta Appoints Joseph Kinyua Analyzed.

After President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed Joseph Kinyua and the article was posted the Kenyans had a chance to express their views on the subject matter. Whereas one would have expected a comment like: “How will his job performance impact me who lives in a slum even today. What new way of thinking will former Permanent Secretary advance so Kenya Per Capita grows so I can live better? The comments, however, written by Kenyans analyzed showed Kenya as based on 5 groups: Tribalists, Progressives, Status Quo, Sensationalists and Constitutionals. ...
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Kenya Citizens, Religious Leaders & Media Should Oppose Referendums

If a Kenya Citizen, religious leader and media person asked any County Governor or County Representatives, “What bills have you passed so far in 6 months?” I doubt any of the 47 Counties would say, “These are the 17 County bills we have passed from the constitutional powers: (1.) Resource Development based on Constitution Article 185, (2.) Property Rates & Entertainment Taxes based on Constitution article 209 (3) (a) and (b), (3.) Agriculture, (4.) Heath Services, (5.) Pollution, (6.) Culture & Public Entertainment, (7.) County Transport, (8.) Animal Control & Welfare, (9.) Trade development & Regulation, (10.) County Planning & Development, (11.) Pre-Primary Education, (12.) Natural Resources & Environmental conservation, (13.) County public works, (14.) Fire fighting Services & Disaster management, (16.) Control of drugs and pornography, (17.) The (3 – 17) bills based on constitution forth schedule functions and powers of County. ...
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Njoroge wa Taxes Proud of President Uhuru Kenyatta

Peter Njoroge posts a comment, “Proud of you Your Excellency. Devolution will work will all the right partners in development. I am humbly reminded that Mzee Kenyatta liberated us from the colonial yoke. I am so persuaded to believe that you will deliver our nation from neo colonialism and dependency on foreign masters. I pray that the leaders of all African nations heed your call for trade partnerships among themselves. God bless you. Your friend Njoroge wa taxes.”...
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Security is Paramount Says Peter Kenneth

"The proliferation of criminal gangs and the increasing attacks on people and their property by criminals in many neighbourhoods have left many Kenyans in fear. Many innocent Kenyans have lost their lives to crime,” Peter Kenneth writes. Is Kenya getting worse or better? How can this be corrected? Is the government failing Kenyans? Peter Kenneth writes, “I reiterate that the government must get its act together, define its priorities and get down to work. “ ...
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TSC Enforcement of Contempt of Court Order, Troubling!

A, “Court Order,” is usually enforced by the judiciary system that orders it and when needed based on provisions made by legislation of laws. The current reported statement, “Industrial Court Judge Monica Mbaru allowed an application by Teachers Service Commission (TSC) which sought to file contempt of court proceedings against KNUT officials,” is troubling. If this is reported correctly TSC can be considered as having made an application seeking enforcement of a contempt of court. The question here is: Should a “Court Order,” be enforced by the courts or by executive commissions? ...
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Kenya is Destined to Run

There has never been any doubt that Kenya has tremendous potential for development. Alongside natural resources and a strategic location, we are endowed with a very capable, entrepreneurial and creative workforce....
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LSK Representative at JSC Harsh Opinion on President Obama Africa Visit Analyzed!

The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) representative in the Judicial Service Committee (JSC), Ahmednasir Abdullahi, who charged Kenya Public Kshs 50 Million ($600,000) for introducing some quotes from books written by legal scholars during the one week Supreme Court case entitled Raila Odinga vs. IEBC, has written a harsh opinion on President Obama's Africa visit. Fortunately, President Obama in his Cape Town speech warned against such characters, “Those in power who make those arguments are usually trying to distract people from their own abuses.” The lawyer, is further mentioned in the Maize Scandal that occurred during the last government. His opinion is full of “negative,” statements that make this lawyer qualify for Mandela suggested therapy, “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”...
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Ruto Waives Appeal Rights at Hague! Is This a Mistake?

Deputy President William Ruto, whose trial is ongoing at the Hague, has waived his right to appeal so he could be absent from attending the trial. There is a likelihood that his time spent going to the trial could probably have led to debates on whether he should occupy the seat of Deputy President while on trial. But, if the case can go on without him, then he can continue with his job. The questions: Does Ruto trust he can win a case where three judges will be the jurors when he is not present? Secondly, should he have forgone the right to appeal and by so doing put his whole faith in the decisions of three judges? Before the verdict is made, he will likely be required to be at the Hague. What happens if the verdict is “Guilty,” and he is arrested right away and there is no chance for appeal? ...
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