Obure Anglo Leasing case set for February 17 as court rejects more delays

The Anglo Leasing case against former Kisii Senator Chris Obure and other three former Senior government officials must be heard on February 17, 2018, the anti-corruption court ordered on Monday. Mr Obure and the other thre are accused of being part of the over Sh56 billion scandal that saw the government lose monies allegedly wired to shadowy companies. READ: Kisii IDPs row intensifies as another group claim to be compesated It has been said the companies were to execute some 18 communication projects in 2003. In March last year, the former legislator and three others were charged with abuse of office and conspiracy to defraud the government by authorising a Sh928,278,112 contract. This was between the government and USA's Spacenet Corporation. Chahonyo and Kyungu allegedly initiated the procurement of products without following laws whereas Obure and Bundotich, respectively, allegedly authorised and… Read more

The Secret Behind Raila’s Magic Bullet & Bomb Proof jacket, Only These 5 VIPs Own Them

  When Baba tourched turf at JKIA, he was attired in a unique bullet proof/diverter jacket. When you look at this jacket you will think it’s just a kawaida jacket that Kikuyus sell at Gikomba. No it is not. This one is magic. According to General Zakhar Dmitrievich Olsufiev, a Russian retired commando and cognocente of high magnitude bomb disposal… Read more

What next for Raila Odinga?

Raila Odinga has been known to many as a man of controversy and agitation for change in governance.

Having announced the formation of a Resistance movement and a series of economic boycott to corporations and their products he believes have been involved in subverting 'the will of Kenyans', something that has been criticized with many.

Which he says will champion for civil disobedience.

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NRM calls for boycott of Safaricom, Brookside and Bidco products

Opposition Nasa’s National Resistance Movement (NRM) wing has called on its supporters to shun services and products from telecom Safaricom , milk processor Brookside and fast goods manufacturer Bidco Kenya. The boycott is an act of economic sabotage the coalition has been saying the said firms have links and are affiliated to Jubilee to the Jubilee administration. Read Also: How Raila's past decisions have shaped up Kenya's politics “This is the beginning of the liberation of our country against… Read more