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US denies reports it is pushing for coalition government between Uhuru and Raila

By ALLAN TAWAI

The United States has been forced to repudiate media reports that it was pushing for a unity government between Jubilee and the opposition National Super Alliance (NASA).

This follows reports that US ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec was pushing for power sharing between President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga following prolonged dispute over the 2017 general election.

NASA co-principal Moses Wetang'ula

NASA co-principal Moses Wetang’ula

Through his tweet, the US says that it is committed to seeing what it terms a national conversation involving all Kenyans to resolve the current political impasse. It says it wants to see long-standing issues arising from elections being resolved and divisions created by the 2017 election addressed.

The NASA leadership has insisted that it would not agree to sharing power with Jubilee and has demanded for talks to bring electoral justice. But their Jubilee counterparts have refused to engage in any talks based on electoral justice insisting that it will only talk about development based on Vision 2030 blueprint.

Godec met NASA co-principal Moses Wetang’ula recently before reports emerged that he was pushing for a unity government. Wetang’ula has since denied having talks on the same saying NASA’s resolve to end electoral injustice was on course.

 

 

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Football legend Joe Kadenge moved from ICU ward

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

Looks like ailing football legend Joe Kadenge is recovering well from a bout of stroke.

Reports from the family say he has been moved from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ward to the general ward as he continue to recover from stroke.

Kadenge was admitted at Nairobi Hospital last Wednesday after he suffered stroke when he learnt of the death of his daughter in the United States.

According to Nairobi News Kadenge’s daughter, Everlyn Wanjiku Kadenge passed away in the States after a short illness. She was buried on Monday.

Mr Kadenge’s brother John Anzara said that the man popularly known with the ‘Kadenge na mpira’ phrase has taken giant steps in his recovery.

“He has been handled well by the doctors since he was admitted and now he is in good spirits. The doctor has told us that he will be discharged in the next few days,”  Mr Anzara told Nairobi News.

Source: Nairobi News

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Video: Lulu Hassan shocks fans with her fluent Kikuyu

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

Citizen TV anchor Lulu Hassan awed fans when she spoke fluent Kikuyu at Inoooro TV.

The queen of Swahili language had a Kikuyu conversation with Inooro TV presenter Muthoni wa Mukiri as she explained what she did for valentines.

See video below.

Lulu Hassan presents Swahili news on citizen TV alongside her husband Rashid Abdalla. Together they have three children.

Lulu Hassan and husband Rashid Abdalla

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Enda honeymoon, Kenyans urge Dennis Okari after posting news update on Twitter

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NTV news anchor Dennis Okari got married on Friday 15th February in a colourful wedding ceremony to Naomi Joy and days later, it seems like he is back to work.

The secretive news anchor continued to post news on his social media platforms, attracting the attention of Kenyans who questioned as to when he would go on his honey moon.

Kenyans on twitter were on his case after he posted a news tweet a day after he got married and wondered when he would be off work to enjoy his honey moon with his wife.

 

 

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