opposition MCAs vow: We will go on with Sonko’s impeachment motion

A section of Senators and members of the Nairobi County Assembly are accusing Sonko of staging theatrics to gain political mileage even in matters he should have handled as governor a long time ago. Governor Sonko has over the past one year, sacked and suspended his county executives and officials in what critics describe as unsettling of county operations. Opposition MCAs in Nairobi have vowed to go on with Governor Mike Sonko’s impeachment motion once the assembly resumes on Tuesday next week. The MCAs are citing the ongoing Pumwani saga over…

Nairobi MCAs dismiss EACC summons, insist Elachi’s fate is done

By Tobby Otum and Erick Ludeya Nairobi Members of County Assembly (MCAs) have dismissed the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) circular demanding them to appear before it. They insisted that they had not committed any crime by impeaching the county Speaker Beatrice Elachi. The MCAs led by Majority Leader Ibrahim Abdi want the EACC to deal with corruption involving theRuaraka land before engaging itself in other affairs of the county. NASA,Jubilee MCAs team up to kick out Elachi over corruption claims He said the county has lost over Sh 1.5 billion over the Ruaraka land saga yet the…

City residents dismiss petition to dissolve county government

A group of Nairobi residents have come out to oppose a petition to dissolve the Nairobi City County Government. The residents, under the Umbrella of Bunge La Mwananchi lead by their president; Henry Shitanda and Nairobi Chapter National Youth Chairman Edward Githaiga, have termed the petition by Patrick Githinji and Muthurwa residents association as mischievous and unwarranted. The group has submitted its own petition to President Uhuru Kenyatta, outlining to him some of the projects   Governor Mike Sonko has done since taking over office. The group is specifically citing improved…

Five banks penalized by CBK for misconduct

The Central Bank of Kenya has penalized five banks a total of Sh392 million for violating financial transaction rules in respect to the handling of the National Youth Service scandal that was exposed this year. The Banks include Standard Chartered Bank (StanChart), Equity Group, KCB Group, Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd, and Diamond Trust Bank (DTB). The five banks handled a total of Sh3.5 billion from NYS with StanChart handling the largest transaction worth Sh1.6 billion followed by Equity Bank at Sh886 million, while KCB processes Sh639 million. The regulator…

Learning paralyzed as violence rocks Baringo South

Mukutani MCA Renson Parkei in a past meeting with Wananchi. He has condemned a Tuesday attack at Ramacha, Baringo South which left one man critically injured. Six primary schools and a secondary school have closed down following ethnic clashes in Baringo South Constituency stalling educational activities less than two months to the onset of national exams. According to political leaders from the area, the violence has rocked three locations in Baringo South Constituency, forcing residents to flee to IDP camps tens of kilometers away from the affected areas. WHY POWER-SHARING…

COURT withdraws Rodgers Ochieng case

Rogers Okuta Ochieng a prominent business man East Africa  region  has withdrawn a  criminal case at milimani law court nairobi County Kenya , where he  filed a complaint against Elsbon Mwangi for unlawfully using his motor vehicle registration number KCG 414E, Nissan Blue Bird after paying him his dues.  WHY POWER-SHARING IS SETTING A WRONG POLITICAL PRECEDENCE Mwangi is alleged to have committed the offense on diverse dates between 24th November 2018 and 24thFebruary 2018 at an unknown place within Kenya. The businessman had further accused Mwangi of issuing a bad cheque.…

WHY POWER-SHARING IS SETTING A WRONG POLITICAL PRECEDENCE

By Alfred Mosoti Lets not debate with a fact, judgement must exonerate someone and contend another,Period. There is a Swahili saying that goes:  Asiyekubali kusindwa sio mshindani; which can be paraphrased to mean: Any competitor with a tendency of refusing to accept a defeat, is not a worthy opponent. The saying cautions us against competing with those people, who only accepting verdicts of scenarios where they are declared winners; but cry foul when the opposite happens! http://Also Read: https://www.ceoafrica.co.ke/city-hall-to-complete-new-icu-unit-at-mama-lucy-hospital-in-december/ Directly or indirectly, we are all engaged in various forms of…

WHY ANARCHY REIGNS ON OUR ROADS?

By Alfred Mosoti Road madness, a product of impunity, lacuna in law, unwillingness and/or inability to execute existing laws It is unfortunate that many are so obsessed with the ‘’Haki yetu and Haki yangu mantra’’ (Our and my rights cliché) to the extent of forgetting that rights goes hand in hand with responsibilities! Nevertheless Truth be told: Rights without Responsibilities and rights while right without responsibilities only result to confusion. Back to the main agenda: The anarchy on our roads is a product of conspiracy among three main demons namely:…

Elachi runs for safety after MCAs storm office to kick her out

Enstranged Nairobi County Assembly Beatrice Elachi was forced to hide in her office strong room, to avoid facing the wrath of irate MCAs who insist she must vacate office. Elachi was impeached on Thursday last week by the city legislators, who accuse her of abuse of office and deliberate sabotage schemes. City Hall to complete new ICU Unit at Mama Lucy Hospital in December Despite having won the hearts of many at the Assembly when she took over, she had to scamper to safety while addressing the media after learning…