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Detailed account of Monica Kimani murder by Prime witness – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Following the resumption of the hearing of the murder case in which Joseph Irungu  aka Jowie was accused of murdering business lady Monica Kimani, a brother of the late Monica being a witness  painted the picture of the scene that greeted in when he discovered his sisters body in …

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Much to be desired in fresh Nyong’o nominees – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Focus is now on Kisumu governor Anyang Nyong’o’s recent appointment of 14 chief officers. One of the officers who has been shortlisted Alphonce Ouya was implicated in a fraud when he was an employee of the National Hospital Insurance Fund in Kisii. Ironically, he is among the shortlisted candidates …

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Humbled Jowie pleads – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Bitter Jowie  Jacque Maribe’s Ex-fiancee  and the key suspect in the murder case has made fresh plea to the high court judge to release him on bail claiming he is really suffering in Kamiti Maximum Prison. Slain Monica Kimani Irungu who has been in jail for more than a …

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Prophet Owuor’s Palatial home worth Ksh 300 million, Runda(PHOTOS) – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Self declared mighty prophet, Dr. David Owuor of Repentance and Holiness Ministry  moved into his palatial home located in Runda estate  estimated to be worth Ksh 300 million. The multi-million home that looks like a  palace, was constructed using contributions from his  congregants countrywide who even sold their properties and …

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Uhuru’s dilemma over Taita Taveta county dissolution – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Uhuru Kenyatta is in a dilemma on whether to dissolve the Taita Taveta county government after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission approved the petition to dissolve it following the successful verification of voters’ signatures. Governor Samboja The president’s legal team is said to be divided with a section …

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Wambora versus MCAs, who will carry the day? – Weekly Citizen

Loading... A fresh storm has hit Embu county after the governor sued the county assembly for suspending revenue collection to cripple his administration for abetting corruption. Wambora who spent the better part of his first term battling MCAs who impeached him twice, has now filed a petition at the High …

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Banks block fraud attempts by MYWO boss – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Top officials at the troubled Maendeleo Ya Wanawake Organisation were shocked when banks rejected their attempts to secretly change the organisation’s account signatories on suspicion of fraud in the offing. Sources pointed out that cartels led by the organisation’s chairperson Rahab Mwikali and her secretary Elizabeth Mayieka were disappointed …

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Senate wants EACC to probe Ottichilo on Sh1.5b – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Vihiga governor Wilber Ottichilo is a troubled man after the senate public accounts committee recommended that he be investigated by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission after it was established that he had misappropriated more than Sh1.5 billion public funds. There was drama at the parliament chambers during a grilling …

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Changing faces of Luhya politics – Weekly Citizen

Loading... With Uhuru Kenyatta succession taking shape, all eyes are now trained on the Western region that, like at the national level, is increasingly undergoing substantial metamorphosis of unprecedented proportions. From the region’s much contested political supremacy to wannabe presidential flagbearer; elusive Luhya unity to outsider forays; ‘executive’ comebacks to …

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Garissa governor warns his Tana counterpart – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Garissa governor Ali Korane(Pictured Above) is at war with his Tana River counterpart Dhado Godhana. Korane claims Godhana has been inciting communities living between borders of the two counties by proposing development projects on Garissa side thus trespassing. While at Nanighi, Fafi sub-county, Korane said that his administration will …

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