Uhuru Kicks Ruto Out of Mt Kenya, Ruto to Continue Launching Projects & Victor Wanyama in Trouble

Happy new month fam,

Already three days into February and everyone is happy. Despite our muddy streets, we expect the rains to reduce in the course of the week and the diet will change from bitter sukumawiki herbs to beef.

January was hard for everyone including President Uhuru Kenyatta and his brother Raila Odinga. The two couldn’t resist the temptation to grace the UB40 Concert at Carnivore over the weekend to usher in the new month. From videos shared on social media, the President looked at home and happy.

Uhuru has memorised the lyrics of several reggae tunes in his heart. It is hard to explain why such a person cannot understand the reason Kenyans are broke.

Some of you have urged Uhuru to attend a concert organized by local musicians. Just imagine the President dancing to a ratchet song like ‘Pekejeng’ or Stevo Simple Boy’s ‘Vijana Tuache Mihadarati.’ First of all, he is no longer a youth and we don’t think he will agree with Simple Boy’s message. It will end in tears!

There are several activities scheduled for this month. However, the most important one will be the second Men’s Conference which will take place between the evening of February 13 to 15th. The venue of the conference will be communicated before the end of this week.

Organizers are still piecing together some of the topics that will be discussed in the meeting but the issue of unemployment is expected to take centre stage. Two of our members; Mwangi Kiunjuri and Ferdinand Waititu have joined the long list of jobless men. We must tackle this menace before it eats all of us.

We are also concerned about the number of men masturbating in public. For this reason, organizers are thinking about inviting one female speaker; Pastor Twa Twa to the conference.

Here are the stories making headlines:

Uhuru Kicks Ruto Out of Mt Kenya

President Uhuru Kenyatta addresses Nyandarua residents at the county commissioner's office grounds, Ol Kalou, on Friday.
President Uhuru addresses Nyandarua residents

President Uhuru Kenyatta is fighting back to regain control of his Mt Kenya backyard in an aggressive campaign that could turn tables against DP William Ruto.

In an extensive tour of the region, Uhuru is fighting off a growing rebellion, launching projects and rallying the region behind his handshake with opposition chief Raila Odinga.

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Ruto: I Will Continue to Launch Projects

Deputy President William Ruto says he will continue to perform his duties as the principal deputy to President Uhuru Kenyatta despite criticism from his rivals. Ruto said he has the responsibility to perform his Constitutional duties without any intimidation from any quarters.

“I earn my salary as the deputy president and will do the work of the deputy president,” he said.

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Victor Wanyama in Trouble

Victor Wanyama [Courtesy]
Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama is in trouble with reports emerging that Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur want to terminate his contract.

According to the Sun, Spurs manager Jose Mourinho wanted to offload Wanyama in the just ended January transfer window but interested clubs were put off by his salary demands.

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At least five helicopters landed in Kitui on Saturday for the BBI forum. Apart from the drama that unfolded when Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria was roughed up by Wananchi, there is nothing else that happened in the meeting. Do you think we really need to waste money on these forums?

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