JUST IN; 67 Seater Bus Crushed In Londiani

JUST IN; 67 Seater Bus Crushed In Londiani..



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Kenya’s 60th Jamhuri Day celebrations on Tuesday, 12th December did not go as planned as the absence of regional leaders cast a shadow over the event.

Kenyans read malice in the absence of neighboring leaders failing to honor the state’s invitation despite President Ruto’s active participation in diplomatic visits to other nations.

President Ruto has been branded a ‘Tourist’ president due to frequent flying out of the country and in the last few weeks, he has personally visited the East African Countries (EAC) for various events and meetings.

The EAC heads of the state failing to attend the independence day and only sending their representatives was seen as a letdown.

Even a visiting head of state from Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, who was in the country on Monday failed to attend the event.

Ruto’s influence could be dwindling regionally and also here in Kenya. The presence of school-going children at the Uhuru Gardens during the celebrations was seen as a sign of lost popularity and that Kenyans could not turn up in large numbers.

Meanwhile; here are stories making headlines on Opera News today;

66-seater bus crashes in Londiani

Several passengers are receiving treatment at Fort Ternan Sub-County Hospital in Kericho after a bus they were traveling in crashed at the Tunnel trading center on the Londiani-Muhoroni road.

Kericho Traffic Police Commander Paul Kipkeu confirmed the 3 am crash and said it involved a Busia-bound bus belonging to Promise Company.

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Kenya Kwanza supporters unhappy with state of affairs, Tifa poll shows

Kenya Kwanza supporters are the most disillusioned with the state of affairs in the country, a new poll has shown.

In the survey by Tifa Research released on Wednesday, December 13, supporters of President William Ruto’s administration are more disappointed with the performance of the government since it came into power last September.

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Ruto’s Govt Suffers a Blow as High Court Revokes Appointments of 55 Senior Managers in This Ministry

President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza government has suffered a major setback following latest ruling from the high court.

As relayed by a report covered on Thursday’s Nation publication, High Court has allegedly revoked all the 55 appointments that were made by Health Cabinet Secretary Susan Nakhumicha back in March.

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