Kenyans Are Starving Yet The Idiots Are Distributing Money In Gunny Bags.....

[SIZE=7]Ruto, Gachagua Gift Musician Muigai wa Njoroge Ksh 2M Cash in Gunny Bag[/SIZE]
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President William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, on Sunday, April 30, gifted musician Muigai wa Njoroge Ksh2 million in cash.

Speaking during Njoroge’s 25-year anniversary celebrations at Thika Stadium, Gachagua presented Njoroge with a black gunny bag full of money.
Uncouth Gachagua dancing and him presenting Muigai wa Njoroge with a bag filled with Ksh2 million
during his 25-year anniversary celebration on Sunday, April 30, 2023.

The bag was brought on stage by a member of the Deputy President’s security detail who confirmed that it contained the Ksh2 million.

“Ruto has sent me to give him Ksh1 million because he recognizes his work and I, Rigathi Gachagua, who has been nicknamed Riggy G by the youth, came up with another million,” he intimated.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua attends celebrations to mark Muigai wa Njoroge’s 25 years in the music industry on Sunday, April 30, 2023.

Trade Cabinet Secretary (CS) Moses Kuria, who lauded Muigai for standing by him during his career, also gifted him Ksh1 million.

Gachagua took the opportunity to address the planned mass action called by Azimio leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday, May 2.

"Let Raila go to the streets. He can even wear a sufuria on his head. There is no problem. He has the right to go around Nairobi provided that he does not use goons to destroy people’s property.

“The government is ready because this time round, we will not pamper anyone neither do we fear anyone. We agreed that we cannot have talks concurrent with the demonstrations,” the DP stated.

Meanwhile, CS Kuria hit out at former President Uhuru Kenyatta for allegedly trying to destroy a government where his community formed the majority of its leadership.

“I would like to tell you that you are making a fool of yourself and our community. You know very well how much we value business yet you are joining a course to destroy the businesses of Kenya,” Kuria stated.

Other politicians present at the event included Kiambu Governor Kimani Wamatangi, Members of Parliament (MPs) Alice Ng’ang’a, Kiharu counterpart Ndindi Nyoro and Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah.

President Ruto was represented by UDA Secretary-General Cleophas Malala.

Gachagua on Saturday, April 29, put administrative chiefs across the country on notice.

While speaking in Ngong, Kajiado County, during the homecoming and thanksgiving service of the Principal Secretary, State Department for Forestry Ephantus Kimotho, the DP announced that 50 percent of the administrators were facing the sack.

This was due to their inability to contain drug abuse and the use of illicit brew in their administrative units.
"We are willing to sack 50 percent of you if you don’t deal with this menace. We will not reshuffle or transfer.

“If an Officer Commanding Station (OCS) or commissioner cannot deal with the issue of drugs, we will also relieve him of his duties,” he warned National Government Administration Officers (NGAOs).

The DP revealed that the idea to fire NGAOs had the full support of President William Ruto.

"The President and I cannot sit back and watch as a whole generation is wiped out. Within 14 days, we will take action,” he revealed while declaring Ruto’s stance in the matter.

On the 14-day ultimatum, the DP stated, “Drugs and chiefs cannot exist in the same location. By Sunday, May 14, 2023, you must report to my office that you have cleared drugs and illegal alcohol.”

The DP, however, gave out a strategy on how the administrators can avoid being fired after the elapse of the two-week notice.

He explained that this could be achieved through the assistant chiefs, chiefs and OCS’s exchanging lists of drug and illicit brew peddlers.

The DP has been on a mission to eradicate illicit brew, especially in the Mt Kenya region claiming that it has stolen the dream of many young Kenyans.
On Saturday, April 15, the DP launched a campaign against drug and alcohol abuse in Mt Kenya.
“Those who produce illicit alcohol that destroys future generations are worse than murderers. The force of government will be felt in this region and the rest of the country in the coming days. It is either drug and alcohol abuse or you the security agents that will leave this region,” the DP remarked during the launch.

Here is CS Kuria displaying his immaturity, saying how he will swing with RAO balls. He’s also ranting RAO is holding the economy back, not understanding this is what they did to Uhuru for 5yrs.

Nigga has been consistent in bashing uhuru and praising ruto… and like his two buddies he is a teetotaller kadinya

[SIZE=3]Not hardworking Kenyans are…
No lets say umm … Not smart in thinking[/SIZE][SIZE=7] Kenyans [/SIZE][SIZE=3]are…
or ass l%*cking Kenyans are…[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]Draws huleta kakitu …above all KTALK Billionares got stucks over stucks can’t or cunt relate when you wear socks they s!%ck! :D:D[/SIZE]

The kind of talk in that video burns a nation

Lawd, when will we be rid of these shits?! How can you punish a whole nation by giving them such arseholes?

why are kenyans starving? ni pesa hawana ama ni chakula haiko?

the apes gave apes unlimited power and control over taxpayer moneys…

Jagathi amekula pesa yote

na si mtakufa muishe?

[SIZE=7]You’re wrong, you can’t ban demos – KHRC tells police[/SIZE]
[SIZE=5]Says Public Order Act does not give police powers to ban demonstrations.[/SIZE]
01 May 2023 - 18:05

The Kenya Human Rights Commission has told off the police over their purported ban of Azimio mass protests slated for Tuesday.
KHRC said in a statement on Monday that the Public Order Act which the police have cited for the action does not give police powers to disallow demonstrations.
“Public Order Act does not in any way give police (through the office responsible who in this case is the Officer Commanding Police Station-not even the President or CC) powers to allow or disallow public protests and gatherings,” the Commission said.

Police on Monday reaffirmed a statement issued over the weekend that the Azimio protests are illegal.
Deputy Inspector General of Police Noor Gabow noted that whereas Article 37 of the Constitution allows for peaceful picketing, the Public Order Act which prohibits acts of violence and acts that amount to breach of peace must be obeyed too.
“Notwithstanding, the Public Order Management Act, 2012 Part III regulates public gatherings by prohibiting offensive weapons at public meetings and processions,” the deputy IG said.
The rights defender, however, said Kenya is a democratic country guided by the Constitution and not one ran by the military or police.
“Therefore, the President and County Commander (CC) of Nairobi have no mandate within the law to curtail fundamental rights and freedoms,” KHRC said.
It noted that the police were mandated to support Azimio and ensured lawbreakers are arrested and persecuted.
The Commission said in civil societies, the police work with organizers of protests to ensure the success of the marches and peace during such activities.

This, KHRC noted, works when police do not act on the basis of “orders from above.”

“It’s time we had a truly independent police service as opposed to a force,” the Commission said.
Further, KHRC said Azimio has a legal and moral duty to ensure the demos are peaceful as outlined under Article 37 of the supreme law.
The Commission demanded that the protests be devoid of any limitations by the State or violence by police, protest organizers, or protesters.
“We will be monitoring and responding to this situation closely and we also call upon the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights and the Independent Policing Oversight Authority to remain vigilant over the same,” it said.
The Commission regretted that the current stalemate had been deepened by failure to agree on the best process and forum for canvassing the key economic, social, and political governance issues affecting the country.
It re-affirmed its stand in opposing the proposed bipartisan talks, saying it was a repeat of the “previous elitist, minimalist, captured and compromised reforms opportunities for truly people-led conversations.”
KHRC said the process should be people-centered and not one driven by selfish political interests.
Further, the Commission demanded that the talks be properly inclusive and pro-people and should address the real issues affecting Kenyans.
KHRC urged Kenyans to be vigilant and defend their rights.
“We call upon the people of Kenya to zealously safeguard the Constitution and defend their civil and democratic rights and spaces against the capture by the political and state elite.”

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Si huyu muscician was said be one of the organisers wa invasion ya northlands. I hope hio pesa anapewa sio ya kulipa vijana to go on the rampage again.


[SIZE=7]Kenyans snub Labour Day celebrations[/SIZE]
Monday, May 01, 2023

Pushed to the wall by the ever-increasing cost of living and salary squeezes, Kenyans from various parts of the country on Monday snubbed Labour Day celebrations, with only a handful turning up for the fete in some counties.

The low turnout was attributed to the hard economic times facing Kenyans, and poor preparations by county governments and the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu).

Interviews by the Nation established that many of those who stayed away from the celebrations felt there was ‘nothing to celebrate’.

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Trade unionists in various parts of the country also blamed Cotu headquarters for inadequate funding for celebrations in counties outside Nairobi.

“Cotu is to blame for the failed celebrations. They stopped sending money to the regions to mobilise workers and facilitate preparations and make the day colourful,” revealed Mr Caleb Jumba, the national first chairman of the Kenya Building Construction, Timber and Furniture Industries Employees Union (KBCTF&AIE).

In President William Ruto’s home town of Eldoret, only two people showed up for the event at the Eldoret Central Primary School grounds where the event was meant to be held. These were the Cotu North Rift representative Peter Odima and his deputy Rodgers Ombati.

They had carried with them copies of the speech that Cotu secretary-general Francis Atwoli read at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi City. The same was to be read at the counties.
Mr Odima accused the county administration led by the governor, Jonathan Bii, of failing to cooperate with the workers’ union to organise the event.
He claimed the county had promised to provide tents, chairs and other requirements to ensure a successful celebration, but the county secretary went silent at the last moment, leaving officials stranded.

“By Sunday night the county secretary had agreed to support us, as it has been during previous celebrations. It is unfortunate that he decided to ground us at the last minute,” Mr Odima told the Nation.
“I was forced to advise the county commissioner not to come to the field because there was not even a chair for him. This is the first time we have been ashamed by the administration of Governor Jonathan Bii,” said Mr Odima.
The unionists were forced to distribute copies of Cotu secretary general speech to a handful of journalists who had turned up to cover the event. Mr Odima further regretted that Mr Atwoli only sent him copies of the speech.
“Even my own union has done nothing to support Labour Day celebrations in this region. The only thing they did was to send booklets of speech without bothering to know about arrangements ahead of the celebrations,” said Mr Odima.

In the Western Kenya region, there were no Labour Day celebrations, in Kakamega, Vihiga, Busia and Bungoma counties, after union officials said there was no money to fund the fete.

Union officials said it was a shame for Cotu to organise colourful celebrations for the national event that took place at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi while ignoring workers in the regions.

“It’s unfortunate that while Cotu national officials, led by Mr Atwoli were in Nairobi for the national celebrations, workers in the regions stayed at home watching the event on television sets, while others were busy attending to their day-to-day activities,” said Mr Caleb Jumba, national first chairman of the Kenya Building Construction, Timber and Furniture Industries Employees Union (KBCTF&AIE).

“The decision by top officials of COTU to close area offices had crippled activities in the regions,” he added.

The union officials called on Cotu leadership to devolve services to the region in order to serve workers effectively.
In the South Rift region, there were no celebrations in Nakuru, Narok, Bomet, Kericho and Samburu counties.

A teachers’ unionist from the South Rift region, who spoke to Nation, opposed the government proposal to deduct three per cent of civil servants salaries to fund the affordable housing project.

Kenya Union of Special Needs Education Teachers (KUSNET) secretary-general James Torome termed the proposal as unfair to teachers and other government workers.

He argued that the timing of the proposal by President William Ruto was wrong, as it comes at a time when teachers are expecting a pay rise from the government.
"Teachers are already suffering. Many of them are servicing loans from various money-lending institutions. Should the government again deduct three per cent from their salary, then their situation will worsen,” said Mr Torome.

The teacher unionist asked President Ruto to meet workers’ unions before implementing his proposals.
In Samburu, some workers who spoke to the Nation said proposed wage cuts will negatively affect their livelihoods.
"There is nothing to celebrate. We are yet to recover from Covid-19 and already there are plans to deduct three per cent of our salaries,” said Hassan Abdi Ali, who is based in Maralal.

However, a handful of people turned up for the celebrations in Murang’a, where Governor Irungu Kang’ata promised to help the county labour force mitigate the effects of the pandemic.

“This county has the potential of employing all its skilled and non-skilled people. But without industries, we have lagged behind. Covid-19 also slowed us down in creating employment,” he said.

This came as Murang’a Barmaids Welfare Union secretary Beth Wairimu lamented that the ongoing war against bars as ordered by the government will create a livelihood crisis.
Dr Kang’ata said agricultural, hospitality, Information Technology, mining and service sectors remain the leading county employers.
“We will partner with the Ministry of Labour to ensure [that] all employers practise fair play in workers’ welfare to neuter the many conflicts that occur at the workplace,” he said.
County commissioner Patrick Mukuria asked various stakeholders to join in the fight against illicit brews and drug abuse in the region, so as to save health and energies to be channelled in building the county.
In Meru, Governor Kawira Mwangaza announced a partnership with Food for the Hungry and launched relief food distribution for the most affected schools within Buuri Constituency.
The donations are worth over Sh4.8 million and will be distributed to over 28 schools. Children from pre-primary, primary and junior secondary school will benefit.
The schools are in the semi-arid areas of Ruiri Rwa Rera and Kibirichia wards within Buuri East Sub-county.
In Nyandarua, Governor Kiarie Badilisha assured workers of timely promotions and a conducive working environment. Dr Kiarie said the administration is aware of the shortage of staff in some critical departments, saying that the gaps will be covered starting the June financial year.

“We have a shortage of nurses, doctors, and Early Childhood Development Education teachers, which means that some workers are overworked. This is a historical issue we must address and therefore we shall be employing more ECDE teachers in addition to those we employed early in the year,” said the county boss.

In Mombasa, the county executive in charge of Public Service Administration, Youth, Gender, Social Services and Sports, Kenneth Muigai led the celebrations and urged employers to treat their employees with dignity and pay them on time.
“Governor Abdulswamad Nassir’s message is to urge employers in the county to pay their workers on time so that they can fend for their families. Employers should pay their workers well. Let’s also ensure [that] our children go to school,” said Mr Muigai.
Mombasa deputy commissioner Ronald Mwiwawi urged leaders and other stakeholders to join the fight against drug abuse, saying the lack of jobs has left many youths hopeless and ensnared by drugs and alcohol.

Coast Cotu secretary Gideon Mutiso urged the government to increase the minimum wage due to the increasing cost of living.

Taita-Taveta, Kilifi, Kwale, Tana River and Lamu did not hold any Labour Day celebrations.

Reporting by Eric Matara, Titus Ominde, Gitonga Marete, Benson Amadala, Winnie Atieno, Robert Kiplagat, Geoffrey Ondieki and Mwangi Muiruri

Kenya Kwisha Dialogue…

Ruto: We will not borrow.

TREASURY CS: We have borrowed 500 Billion in the first 100 days.

Ruto: We have stabilized the economy.

Rigathi: We found empty coffers, We are broke because of the handshake.

DAVID NDII: We have enough money, only that we are spending recklessly.

Rigathi: We are unable to pay salaries because money was stolen in gunias and lifted with choppers by the former regime.

DAVID NDII: Government will borrow 27 Billion shillings to pay salaries.

Ruto: We are not going to take a loan to pay salaries.

Government: Raise the debt ceiling from KSh 10 trillion to KSh 17 trillion.

Ruto: Secures more than Ksh409 billion loan for various emergency products.

Ruto: Secures a loan of Ksh9.5 billion from AfDB.

Via Mugambi Muriki Sammy

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