The 3 Women Who Caused Waititu’s Downfall; Why Ruto Needs a Plan B After Uhuru’s Betrayal; James Nyoro to Take Oath Today

Good morning,

Have you ever sent someone fare, she told you she was coming. She even asks you where she should alight! But a few minutes later you call to ask her where she is only to notice her phone is off? Most of us have been there at one time or severally. It is called ‘eating fare.’

That was the first thing that came to my mind when I watched that video of NTV’s Ken Mijungu making frantic calls to ex-Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu. Waititu was to appear on Mijungu’s show but just like those girls who eat fare and disappoint you at the last minute, he switched off his phone.

Njaanuary is finally over. It is even sweeter that the end of the month has come on a Friday. Good things come in doubles. It is a Friday and you have money. I wish I could say parte afte parte but I would be lying because the last time some of you tasted alcohol was in December.

The bottom line is you haven’t died during that period. You can actually quit alcohol for good and still be cool! Today, don’t make that mistake of sending fare if you are not sure about her the chances of her coming over. However, if you are lucky, please remember that there are several viruses out there including coronavirus. Safety first.

Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News:

The Three Women Who Fell Waititu

Former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu’s troubles were compounded way before he appeared before the senate.

Three women emerged as the final piece needed to bury Waititu.

The ladies, his two wives and a widow, were the major talk during the hearing led by Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka.

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Why Ruto Needs a Plan B after Uhuru’s Betrayal

President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga during the National Anti-Corruption Conference at Bomas on January 25, 2019.

Our politics have hit turbulence and the Good Ship Jubilee is listing precariously and in real and present danger of capsizing.

The Captain, President Uhuru Kenyatta, appears to have abandoned ship and has left everything to his deputy, William Ruto. It is up to Ruto to steer the ship out of treacherous waters or sink it.

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James Nyoro to be Sworn in

James Nyoro

The swearing-in of Mr James Nyoro as Kiambu governor will be conducted today (Friday) at the County headquarters.

A notice in the special issue of the Kenya Gazette and the County Gazette published late Thursday indicated that the event will start at 10am.

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