Leaders ask for Teso to be given County status

Several leaders from Busia County have urged President William Ruto to consider giving Teso region a County status.The leaders were speaking during today's tour by President William Ruto, when the latter was urged to consider the smaller section of the larger Busia County to be given its separate County status.

I won’t support Raila in 2027, dares Kalonzo

Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has stated that he can never again support Raila Odinga's presidential ambitions in 2027.Speaking on Wednesday, Kalonzo was categorical that he would never forfeit his 2027 glorious chance of leading the country come, by supporting Raila's forth stab at presidency. The first time that the

Police disperse Raila’s birthday celebration in Nairobi

Police have today dispersed Raila Odinga's supporters as they celebrated the Azimio supremo's birthday at the heart of Nairobi city.The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader was celebrating his 79th birthday today. However, the Nairobi police Adamson Bungei said that the youth who had gathered near Tom Mboya statue to

MP blames Azimio leaders for chaos in a funeral

Gem MP Elisha Odhiambo has called out Azimio leaders for chaos that were witnessed yesterday in a funeral in Ligega, Ugenya constituency.The MP wondered why senior Azimio leaders consisting of Raila Odinga, Siaya County governor James Orengo and Minority Leader in the National Assembly James Opiyo Wandayi, among others,

Funding of County govts key to inclusive growth

President William Ruto has said the Government is committed to bolstering intergovernmental relations to deepen inclusive growth.The Government, the President explained, had effectively supported county governments to enhance their capacity to deliver services to the people and their entire inclusive growth.He noted that the successful collaboration between the national and

We’ll serve all Kenyans, says Ruto

President William Ruto has said his government will serve all Kenyans irrespective of the voting pattern in the last general election.The government, he stressed, will work with all elected leaders to confront the challenges facing Kenyans.“We will not discriminate against any part of the country for political reason, development is

COTU boss faults those complaining on cost of living

Central Organisation of Trade Union boss Francis Atwoli has asked Kenyans to let President William Ruto build the economy, in line with his campaign message.The workers' Union secretary general rubbished off complaints by Kenyans on the cost of living, by blaming the government for the current situation. Atwoli instead