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President Uhuru Kenyatta has attributed the propagation of the coronavirus pandemic in Kenya to political gatherings. As a result, the head of state banned such gatherings for 30 days effective from midnight of Friday, March 12.

He also extended the nationwide curfew for another 60 days owing to COVID 19 resurgence in the country. At the same time, the President ordered families to bury their deceased relatives within 72 hours after the confirmation of their death. The president also said that people attending the burial should not exceed 100 people.

The head of state added that only a third of carrying capacity will be allowed at places of worship.

In line of guidelines issued by the inter faith council, only maximum of of one third of the capacity of places of worship will be allowed at each worship ceremony.

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Isaac Mwaura makes senate comeback after court ruling

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Mwaura had lost his seat as a nominated senator after the ruling party expunged his name from the party membership list.

However, Mwaura moved to the High Court where he secured a favorable ruling.

“The High Court having quashed Gazette notice number 4597 by the Speaker of the Senate that declared a vacancy of a member elected through a party list, thereby removing senator (Dr) Isaac Mwaura as a senator,” Lusaka said.

Mwaura was escorted to the chamber by Deputy President William Ruto’s allies.

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They were Naomi Waqo (nominated), Falhada Iman (nominated), and Christopher Langat (Bomet).

The tribunal, he said, made a mistake when it held that the party was justified to discipline Mwaura.

The court subsequently set aside the decision of the Tribunal and substituted it with an order allowing Mwaura’s complaint.

The National Disciplinary Committee after hearing the parties resolved to have Mwaura suspended for six months from the party’s membership.

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Ngirici opens up on her deteriorating relationship with Ruto

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The entry of Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru into the United Democratic Alliance(UDA) has created a rift between the party and Kirinyaga Women Rep Purity Ngirici.

Thursday, November 25, Ngirici expressed regret for funding UDA to the tune of millions.

Kirinyaga Women Rep Purity Ngirici regrets that despite all the sacrifices, the party seemed to support her rival Governor Waiguru.

I don’t even want to remember how much I have used to build the UDA party in Kirinyaga from scratch, but I’m young in politics and still learning,” Ngirici stated.

Waiguru’s defection to the UDA party, in Ngirici’s opinion, has ‘opened her eyes.’

I popularised UDA Party in Kirinyaga County. I convinced my people that UDA was the political outfit to join, and that Ruto was the man best-suited to take over from [President] Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.

 I also made them see the gaps in BBI, which was being championed by the President’s team,” she said.

During that time, Waiguru was on the other side opposing Ruto, claiming that the DP had rented members of the Kikuyu community.

She was also at the forefront popularising BBI across Kenya,” said Ngirici.

She expressed confidence that her supporters will follow her, regardless of the party she will be vying on.

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Governors And Cabinet Secretaries Skip Ruto Meeting

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Deputy President William Ruto held a meeting of the Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC) which was attended by nine governors, one Cabinet Secretary, and Two Principal Secretaries.

The meeting was held on Monday, November 22  where DP Ruto has invited five Cabinet secretaries and the Council of Governors.

Unfortunately, only Devolution CS Charles Keter showed up from Cabinet.

County chiefs were represented by Council of Governors Chairman and Embu Governor Martin Wambora, Ndiritu Muriithi (Laikipia), Anne Waiguru (Kirinyaga), Prof Anyang Nyong’o (Kisumu).

Sospeter Ojaamong (Busia), Stanley Kiptis (Baringo), Josphat Nanok (Turkana), Prof Paul Chepkwony (Kericho), Jackson Mandago (Uasin Gishu), and Dr. Barchok Hillary (Bomet).

Controller of Budget Dr. Margaret Nyakang’o, Chairperson of the Commission for Revenue Allocation Dr. Jane Kiringai, PS Treasury Dr. Julius Muia, PS Devolution Julius Korir, and County Executive Committee Members were also in attendance.

Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya, the ODM’s Deputy Party Leader, had previously indicated that he would not attend the meeting, citing Ruto and Raila’s animosity.

I will not be present…The battle lines have been set, and each person must stay in their designated lane. Raila Odinga has my complete support,” he said in a November 14 interview.

The first county to do so since devolution began when the council approved Laikipia County’s request to borrow nearly Sh1 billion from the international market.

The meeting also approved a Sh370 billion allocation to counties.

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