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VIDEO: Given a choice between Raila and Ruto, I would go for the former – Martha Karua



Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua has revealed her presidential choice between Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto.

Speaking during an interview with former deputy speaker of parliament Farah Maalim in the show dubbed Speakers Gallery on Ebru TV, Karua was asked to choose between the two.

In a heartbeat, she stated that she would support Raila over Ruto noting, “I would obviously support Raila. But Raila hasn’t declared.”

“I consider Ruto totally unsuitable, and I have my own reasons. His supporters have their own reasons. I also have my right to speak out,” Karua declared.

Raila Odinga and Martha Karua

She explained that Raila was someone she had worked with before, as well as a person who had worked for the country.

“Nobody is perfect but if you give me the two, I wouldn’t even have to think, I will choose Raila,” she pronounced.

On the question of a referendum to have a parliamentary system of government, Karua noted that it wasn’t necessary, but her mind was open if Kenyans wanted to discuss the matter.

Earlier in January, while speaking on Citizen TV, the former Gichugu MP blasted Ruto for undermining President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The Narc Kenya leader had indicated that the DP was throwing punches using the shield of his supporters.

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Her sentiments came after a section of politicians affiliated to the DP, popularly known as Team Tangatanga, launched a series of attacks against the President.

Martha Karua and DP William Ruto

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Two lesbians arrested in Thika while making out in public



Drama unfolded in Thika town when two suspected lesbians were on Saturday frog marched by an angry mob to the local police station.

The two angered members of the public when they were spotted kissing passionately publicly outside Thika Arcade.

“They were kissing here as people watched, members of the public became angry and took them to the station,” Ms Lucy Wambui, a resident, said.

In a shocking revelation, the two told the police that they are in a relationship where the younger girl was the wife of the older one.

The younger girl lives in Thika and is a student at a local college while the older one lives in Karen, Nairobi.

The incident comes just a few weeks after the Kenyan High Court declared gay sex illegal in Kenya.

The case was filed in court in 2016 by three Kenyan gay rights organisations asking judges to declare section 162 (a) and (c) and section 165 of the Penal Code unconstitutional.


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Broke Kenyans beg Sonko’s daughter for help after she flaunts pile of cash



Broke Kenyans spent the better part of Friday afternoon begging Saumu Mbuvi to help them with cash after she flaunted wads of money on social media.

The first born daughter of Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko posted a picture of herself sitting in an office with a section of the desk piled with money.

She captioned the picture with a message about knowing her worth and not being afraid to walk alone.

“I know what I bring to the table, so trust me when I say I am not afraid to eat alone,” wrote Saumu Mbuvi.

The post attracted numerous reactions with most Kenyans telling her to be grateful of her fortunes in these harsh economic times.

Others went ahead to explain their tough financial situations including not being able to raise college fees

Ms Mbuvi later deleted the post but not after screenshots had been taken.


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Twelve police officers dead, one injured after IED attack in Wajir



Twelve police officers were killed in Wajir late Friday, when Al Shabaab terrorists planted an Improvised Explosive Devise (IED) on the road.

A senior police officer in the region said the attack occurred on Saturday morning at Konton centre, and were pursuing attackers who raided the village late Friday and drove away with three police reservists.

“They appear to have planted explosives on the road because they knew they will be followed,” another officer said.

According to police sources, there were 13 officers in a Land Cruiser that ran over the landmine, twelve of whom died on the spot.

Capital FM News later learnt that a missing officer had been accounted for, settling earlier concerns that some officers may have been kidnapped by the attackers.

Inspector General of Police Hilary Mutyambai however, put the number of police officers on board the patrol vehicle hit by an IED at 11.

A brief statement dispatched to media houses Saturday afternoon indicated that the officers were on a routine patrol of the Kenya-Somalia border between Khorof-Harar and Konton area in Wajir.

“I have dispatched additional resources including air surveillance capability to continue with the operation,” Mutyambai said.

Source:Capital FM

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