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Kahush: CS Kagwe breaks silence after son is spotted at house party 




Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has left his audience in stitches after cleverly evading discussion on his son, Kahush who was spotted in a house party that largely flouted COVID-19 protocols.

The CS said he did not have a son in his house who was less than 18 years old and it was only fair if “you follow them and ask them” about their misdemeanour.

Kagwe said this on Sunday, August 9, while making his daily briefings about COVID-19 while in Kisumu to assess the county’s preparedness on managing the pandemic.

“You asked about my son, I do not have a son in my house who is less than 18 years old which means they are adults, you can follow them and ask them,” he said to the amusement of his listeners.

A viral of video showing the rapper in the company of numerous friends having a party surfaced on social media and caused a stir.

In the party, the CS’s son was seen having the time of his life while dancing, taking alcohol and interacting with the rest of the revellers and none of them was in a face mask.

Ironically, the CS has been warning Kenyans against attending parties, maintaining a social distance and donning a face mask anytime while in public.

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LSK challenges Uhuru’s decision to move KMC to Ministry of Defence 




The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has moved to court challenging President Uhuri Kenyatta’s decision to move the Kenya Meat Commission (KMC) under the Ministry of Defence.

LSK filed the challenge through lawyer Hosea Omanwa, who termed the move as “irregular and violated the constitutional provisions of the law.”

“The effect is KMC which is a creature by Parliament is a body corporate with its own functions and mandate that cannot be transferred or interfered with,” the lawyer says.

He further argues in suit papers that KMC is established under Cap 383 of the constitution and that its powers and functions are absolute.

On September 9 this year, Agriculture CS Peter Munya directed the transfer saying President Uhuru Kenyatta had ordered so.

“Following the transfer of ministerial responsibility of the Kenya Meat Commission to the Ministry of Defence by the President, you are directed to facilitate a seamless transfer of KMC to the ministry of defence,” he said in a memo dated September 7.

The memo was sent to the PS, state department for livestock and copied to the KMC Managing Commissioner James ole Seriani.

Munya directed officials there to ensure they coordinate the exercise with the National Treasury and transfer the associated budgets at the next scheduled supplementary budget.

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Oscar Sudi finally released, barred from addressing public rallies 




Controversial Kapsaret MP Oscar Sudi was on Friday, September 18 released from police custody after being detained for close to a week.

A Nakuru Court granted the MP Sh500,000 with an alternative of Sh1 million bond.

The MP was also directed not to address public rallies especially in a manner akin to the incitement charges against him.

The ruling was delivered by High Court Judge Mumbi Ngugi who heard the MP’s appeal to a prior ruling.

A Magistrate’s Court had ruled in favour of an application to have the legislator detained for seven more days starting September 16, 2020 to allow for further investigations.

Justice Ngugi, however, found that there were no compelling reasons to deny the Kapsaret member his freedom.

Sudi’s controversial remarks

The MP surrendered to the police at the beginning of the week after a night of drama at his Eldoret home.

He has been charged with incitement after making unprintable remarks against President Uhuru Kenyatta and former First Lady Mama Ngina Kenyatta.

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Woman surprisingly receives cash after praying to God for help



A woman identified as Maine21089868 recently shared some pretty good news on Twitter.

According to the young woman, she had received KSh 4,000 from a stranger after she had prayed to God for some help with money since she was broke.

“So yesterday I prayed to God asking for money because I am so broke, after an hour someone sent KSh 4,000 in my account written ‘TASK’, up to now I do not know who sent it,” wrote the lady.

According to the lady, she did not ask anyone for money and is convinced that miracles do exist.

“I did not ask anyone for money. Miracles still exist. Thank you, Jesu. #Level1Lockdown #HambaMzimbaSalaNtliziyo” she wrote.

In her post, she also included a screenshot of the funds that were miraculously deposited into her account only an hour after she asked God for it.

Twitter users shared mixed reactions to her post, wondering how they could achieve similar luck or “blessings”.

@ZAMONEYM9 said:

“I am praying for a share in your KSh 4,000.”

@2liKhumalo said:

“What are the exact words you used in your prayer?”

@BrianVukile joked:

“These miracles only happen to females.”


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