I think (President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto) have their own issues. May be that nusu mkate reference is between them. I cannot speak for them* CORD leader Kalonzo Musyoka taking a swipe at President Kenyatta’s claim that his Coalition was angling to get into government.

We have been calling on our brother and leader (URP leader William Ruto) from down the tree. It seems he does not hear us anymore as he has remained silent. May be he found the fruits enough for him and our wait may be in vain … he now sounds like his mouth is full of honey and he won’t be climbing down the tree anytime. (He has left us) with no option but to cut down the tree.* Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter calling for United Republican Party (URP) to quit Jubilee Men have been suffering whenever women decide to abandon them with childen. We think it is important to hold such women responsible to ensure they also play a role in upkeep of their children as required by lawKakamega County Children’s Officer Dishon Otuko, on the Sh3,000 fine slapped on Ms Roselyne Muyonga for abandoning her husband Willam Onyango and their two children. Onyango will benefit from this monthly upkeep It has been a hectic pace, year after year, and I feel I need a change. Journalism must defend its position. Now, more than ever, newspapers must push the frontiers of innovationJoseph Odindo, Nation Media Group editorial director, on his retirement effective this month Untidy in her clothingThe charge Police Command slapped on Corporal Linda Okello. She has moved to court to challenge it I may not be surprised to see these MPs soon passing laws barring Kenyans from singing the National AnthemIsaac Ruto, Council of Governors’ Forum chair, on MPs’ penchant to pass retrogressive legislation When we carried out the assessment, the situation appeared relatively good but with the rains failing, things are not rosy. The maize planted in March and April has died upDr Mary Mathenge, Egerton University’s Tegemeo Institute director, on the looming maize shortage in the country I am very superstitious about football, like all BraziliansBrazil president Dilma Rousseff, on her country’s chances at this year’s FIFA World Cup TO ‘* FRO MARCH 2014We want to lead by example in dealing with this monsterPresident Kenyatta, on his decision to forego 20 per cent of his salary as part of his government’s measures to rein in the escalating payroll in the public serviceJUNE 2014Payroll instructions touch on terms of service. Once we get a written communication from any individual taking a pay-cut we will effect immediately. We are yet to receive any so farPublic Service Commission chairperson Margaret Kobia, on why his commission has yet to effect the 20 per cent on the salaries on the President and his deputy.

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