Confusion after Jubilee honcho makes statement

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020 09:32 |
Some of the Jubilee MPs who were allied to DP Ruto led by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria during a press conference at Parliament on March 11. Photo/PD/FILE

Confusion after Jubilee honcho makes statement

Consternation and confusion reigned at a funeral in Muranga yesterday when a leading Jubilee Party adherent said an opposition leader appointed a politician from the region to take a senior position in senate.

The Jubilee leader, on a path to popularise the opposition leader let the bag out, something that was immediately clarified by people in attendance to diffuse what it expected to be a time bomb for the politician in the region that has refused to accept the leader the region always votes against.

Released businessman goes under with family

A suspect arrested and released last week in the scandal surrounding an illegal gun held by a businessman in Nairobi has gone underground.

Detectives have been trying to crack the puzzle that has seen the family relocate from their residence in Nairobi’s Eastlands.

Over the weekend, the businessman is said to have arrived and ferried the wife a children to location very few people know.

Even his cohorts are waiting to hear about his whereabouts.

Confused politicians in stark fear after advise

Politicians from across the political divide made several efforts and different interpretations to understand a statement by Justice David Maraga on Monday.

Street Talk understands that the shocked MPs, fearing for their positions in parliament, held meetings, with one attempting to lead a march to the Supreme Court.

The politicians are still fearing that the president, caught between the warring faction in Jubilee might shock after all.

Football chiefs suffer from fake kick about

FKF honchos are in great shock after candidates deemed favourites by the current office missed out, losing the branch and regional elections last weekend.

The administrators in the country were shell-shocked after it emerged that those they had banked on to shore them during the forthcoming election were swatted away at the branch.

In the last three days, delegations have been pondering what many say is hypocrisy or sabotage by the trusted brigade.

It is sitting pretty at Kandanda House.

-Street Talk

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