We thank God for another Friday. We hope you have had a great week and looking forward to the weekend. It is very cold, make sure you dress warmly. We will also try to keep you warm with the hottest stories of the day.
There was drama on Wednesday when two Jubilee politicians; Wajir MP Fatuma Gedi and nominated Senator Millicent Omanga clashed on live tv over the party’s Kibra, candidate MacDonald Mariga.
How can members from the same party have so different opinions about their party’s decision? Who is to blame for the chaos currently being witnessed in Jubilee? Is it President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto or both?
Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News:
The Night Meetings That Forced Sonko to Fire Super CEC
Nairobi governor Mike Sonko shocked many people when he suspended one of his most trusted ministers, Charles Kerich on Wednesday.
Kerich, a veteran journalist, was one of the 16 county staff the governor suspended over the Precious Talent Academy Tragedy. He was viewed as Sonko’s super minister.
He was what Fred Matiang’i is to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Sarah Wairimu Launches Fight For Property
Slain tycoon Tob Cohen’s widow Sarah Wairimu has denied claims that her husband owed over Sh35 million to two Kiambu politicians.
In an affidavit filed in court, Wairimu says that she was not aware that her late husband owed anyone such colossal amounts, let alone any Kiambu politicians.
You Can Divorce at Any Time-Judge Rules
Couples married through civil process are now free to divorce any time.
Initially, the law provided that couples in civil unions could only file for divorce after three years.
However, Justice Reuben Nyakundi yesterday declared section 66 (1) of the Marriage Act that barred such couples from divorcing within the three years unconstitutional.
On Thursday, a Facebook post exposed how a 73-year-old lost close to a million from her Equity Bank account. In its response, the bank explained that the matter had already been reported to the authorities and was under investigation. However, this is not the first case of customers’ money vanishing from different banks’ accounts mysteriously. Have you been a victim of this and was the matter resolved? Hit our comment section with your experience.