Deputy President William Ruto's recent meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta, may have been a turning point for the president's legacy as Chief State Prosecutor Noordin Haji instituted charges against three Ruto-allied cabinet secretaries, observers have said. President Uhuru Kenyatta will use the upcoming State of the Nation address to make the strongest declaration yet of his fight against corruption to achieve his legacy projects, writes Daily Nation.
Kenyatta Escalates War on Graft as He Targets Ruto-Allied Cabinet Secretaries
Nation, 31 March 2019
Six days after the widely publicised lunch date between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto at Harambee House Annex, details of the talks are starting to emerge. Read more »
President Uhuru Kenyatta, right, with Deputy President William Ruto (file photo)
Opposition, Mt Kenya Leaders in Anti-Ruto Pact
A team of lawmakers opposed to Deputy President William Ruto, who are drawn from the ruling party and opposition, on Sunday continued piling pressure on the government to arrest… Read more »
Ruto Tells Off Critics Pushing for Impeachment, Says Voters Will Decide
Nation, 30 March 2019
Deputy President William Ruto on Friday broke his silence on the impeachment debate sparked by Siaya Senator James Orengo, noting he remains Kenya's DP and that there is only one… Read more »
President Kenyatta to Deliver State of the Nation Address April 4
Capital FM, 20 March 2019
President Uhuru Kenyatta will deliver the State of the Nation address to a joint sitting of the National Assembly and Senate on April 4. Read more »
The Jubilee Party leadership in the National Assembly has said "they love their party leader and President Uhuru Kenyatta", and look forward to the State of the Nation address. The ... Read more »
MPs affiliated with Deputy President William Ruto have accused opposition leader, Raila Odinga, of leaving a trail of destruction "in every place he goes", and have warned him that ... Read more »
Jubilee leaders claim the opposition is now using the Odinga-Kenyatta handshake to cause confusion and a political storm in the ruling party, thus undermining the implementation of ... Read more »
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