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DP Ruto,NSSF board chair   Karangi fight over next CEO post  – Weekly Citizen

Loading... National Social Security Fund (NSSF) board chairman General (Retired) Dr Julius Waweru Karangi want to influence the next Managing Trustees at the plum parastatal. On the other side is deputy president Dr William Ruto who is also pushing for his preffered person. The DP daughter is currently doing lucrative …

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Infighting among top KQ managers as DCI requests procurement, financial statements – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Panic has gripped Kenya Airways after the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) started probe into procurement and Finance offices. Naikuni In procurement, the investigations, has to do the award of maintenance, repair and overhaul of the engineers. In a letter dated September 2, 2019, Head of the DCI’s Banking …

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Sports journalists finger Mbaisi for graft, sexual slavery – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Sports Journalists Association of Kenya male members are up in arms over the emerging culture by top officials led by SJAK president Chris Mbaisi of sneaking female reporters out of the country for international assignments and seminars while ignoring their male counterparts. The disgruntled members are accusing Mbaisi, who …

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Governor Kibwana now dumps Ruto for Mudavadi – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi is in talks with Makueni governor Kivutha Kibwana for a political deal with his Muungano party. The governor who is serving his final term has hinted on contesting for the presidency come next general election and is busy wooing partners after severing …

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Concern over Defence sacco – Weekly Citizen

Loading... There are concerns in the co-operative sector following the recent launch of Defence Savings and Credit Co-operative Society Limited.Desacco held its annual general meeting on May 8 2019 at Kahawa Garrisons. It was started with the approval of the Chief of Defence Forces General Samson Mwathethe. The chairperson of …

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Power, love triangle wars in Kisumu county assembly feuds – Weekly Citizen

Loading... A secret hand of a mafia-like ring of politicians has allegedly been fueling the bad blood that has persistently existed between the county MCAs and the county executives. The way events have been unfolding of late now brings the clear picture of what has been taking place behind the …

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How Stima Sacco cartel mints millions in loans approval – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Members of Stima Sacco Society Limited have called for the removal of a section of the management apart from chairlady Rebecca Miano. They say that Miano, the CEO of the bluechip parastatal was only elected in office recently and needs new faces to streamline the Sacco operations. Old faces …

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CS Monica Juma, PS wrestle at ministry – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Rebellion is brewing at the ministry of Foreign Affairs where an ugly tug-of-war between CS Monica Juma and PS Macharia Kamau has given birth to unprecedented changes including chopping off some privileges for diplomatic staff.The ministry has abolished overseas per diem rates and training subsistence allowances for its diplomatic …

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Governor Oparanya caught pants down – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya used county money to construct governor’s official residence on his private land Number Kakamega/Soy/1493. The land in question was bought from Julius Kanja Mwangi. Wicar Investments Limited, a firm owned by Oparanya and his wife Salome Solomon Mchome, purchased the land from Mwangi. The land …

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Rogue Siaya auditor on extortion spree – Weekly Citizen

Loading... Siaya county secondary schools principals have demanded investigations against a senior ministry official over alleged malpractices.They said Education ministry auditor George Nduruchi has been frustrating them and seeking kickbacks to prepare favourable audit reports. The school heads spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of victimisation.“No one wants to …

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