Keeping goats at Bamburi was also a challenge because they would often get sick. Another interest Mr Kenyatta had were citrus fruits and pineapple suckers and some 2,000 were planted by Shah Virn. The new archival file allows us to peep into the private life of President Kenyatta: His love for Njahi, citrus fruits, coconut trees, flowers and goats! All these were brought to Bamburi.
Murang’a residents have threatened to force their MCAs out of office following squabbles that hit the headlines, painting the county as a war zone. They said on Wednesday that their leaders are yet to understand their mandate and are only keen on their selfish interests. They warned that they will 'impeach' the ward representatives or march to the assembly to force its closure until the politicians end their "intolerable actions".
MPs Moses Kuria (Gatundu South) and Ngunjiri Wambugu (Nyeri Town) have been termed political brokers fuelling division in Jubilee Party. The accusation came a day after MPs clashed at a church service in Nyeri, about Mt Kenya’s support for Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 bid for State House. James Mwangi, chairman of the Kenya Coalition for Political Progress, claimed Ngunjiri is a NASA mole who was sent to stir up trouble in the ruling coalition.
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Selecting a term
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