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Former President Daniel Moi turned 95 years old this week.

#2

Mau forest evections begun, Emurrua Dikiri MP  Johanna Ngeno was arrested for leading the protest against the evictions

#3

A woman on Friday went to court demanding  Dennis Itumbi be compelled to pay child support and to allow the kid to take his last name.

In court documents, the woman says Itumbi deserted the child and has not been providing any form of maintenance, knowing she is an orphan. She wants 500 US dollars a month.

#4

TD Jakes was in Kenya

Jakes who returned to Kenya after 10 years on Tuesday night was the main speaker at the 2019 Soar Africa Leadership and Entrepreneurship Summit at Kasarani on Friday.

#5.

DNA test confirmed that Nairobi Member of County Assembly Ann Thumbi’s son was indeed fathered by late Kibra Member of Parliament Ken Okoth.

#6

Uhuru Kenyatta’s mansion, built right next to State House

Standing next to State House is an uber-posh mansion reportedly constructed under strict preferences by the president himself.

The fortress is said to have cost a cool Ksh700 million, which, unlike some former president’s homes that were publicly funded, Kenyatta’s supposed retirement home is said to be privately funded.

#7

Thugs posing as police officers on escort  robbed G4S personnel of Ksh.72 million in Nairobi West. These three men, pretending to be escort officers even came with 2 escort vehicles. The money was to be loaded into a bunch of Standard Chartered Bank ATMS.

#8

Ruth Wambui and  Kimani Mungai saga.

A man reported to have died years ago showed up in court yesterday seeking to be enjoined in a Sh40 million land case.

The court had been furnished with the death certificate as “proof” that Kimani Mungai was dead, when he filed an application saying he had been notified by a buyer of his land, Agnes Kagure Kariuki, that there was a court case.

Ruth Wambui Kimani, who claims to be Kimani’s wife, had told the court that he died nine years ago.

#9

Quick Mart and Tumaini supermarkets merged.

Retail rivals Quickmart and Tumaini have commenced merger deliberations which will effectively lead to joint operations by the close of 2020.

#10

A court in Tharaka-Nithi County  jailed 46 members of the Kabonokia sect a jail term of between six and 12 months for refusing to be counted in the just concluded national census.

#11

McDonald Mariga became the voice of Jubilee Party in Kibra

The Jubilee National Elections Board (NEB) nominated footballer McDonald Mariga as its candidate for the Kibra by-election.

Mariga on Monday presented his papers at the Jubilee Party headquarters in Pangani for consideration by the NEB.

#12

Safaricom has demanded the settlement of a Ksh.1.3 billion debt from Airtel and Telkom Kenya before the merger.

#13

Some Kenyans have been caught up in the wave of violent attacks against foreigners in South Africa.

#14

Ousted KNUT Sec Gen Wilson Sossion was been saved by the courts after he was reinstated. He has access to KNUT bank accounts and his office until the case is heard.

#15

The Maasai mara university heists

The Maasai Mara University corruption scandal showed how top officials including its vice-chancellor pocketed money unlawfully. For a long time, universities have not been subjected to auditing.

#16

Jamaican musician Konshens was in kenya for the weekend’s Hype Fest concert

#17

Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwean independence icon turned authoritarian leader, has died aged 95.

Mr Mugabe had been receiving treatment in a hospital in Singapore since April. He was ousted in a military coup in 2017 after 37 years in power.

The former president was praised for broadening access to health and education for the black majority.

 

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