More importantly, which of the chaps begging "for talks" is running against Ruto in 2022?
Forwardoh wrote: ↑Sun Jan 07, 2018 3:14 amJackal wrote: ↑Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:59 amHappy New Year To all
Looking forward to an amazing and productive year in my personal life.
I see Jubilee has already hit the ground running plenty of good things ahead.
Maybe he can appoint forwadoh as his cabinet secretary for propaganda and okoths as the Ojinga state house bondo clown.
If not you can always swear yourselves in to whatever position you like in Raila ojingas government.
Cheers fellow Kenyans.
We have moved on working hardForwardoh wrote: ↑Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:29 pm
I pity the armchair bloggers here. No idea what is going on, on the ground. Or maybe they know and trying to put a lid on it....
Mt Kenya voters are not wheelbarrows, Kabogo dares William Ruto
By Kelvin Kamau Friday, Jan 5th 2018 at 09:02RVHH et al,
Someone try to light a match on your house while you are concerning yourself with Jacon....
If you only knew that DP Ruto hasn't stepped inside statehouse since Dec 23, you would be busying yourself with matters pertaining to your "Jesus"....
Let me sober you up... Gone are the days when TNA/URP was 50-50. Kabogo didn't have to say anything because the "appointing authority" is reminding your "Jesus" rather painfully that gone are the days of 50-50. (Big mistake to dissolve URP).
DP Man on the inside, State House comptroller Mr Lawrence Lenayapa given Netherlands posting: Single burn
That Hacker who signed a deal to hack IEBC servers again just like he did in 2013 (from somewhere in Kericho) in return for that same SH post - Nah NOT HAPPENING: Double Burn
Spot the difference!
Deputy President William Ruto's conspicuous absence during Friday's cabinet naming at State House was precipitated by his disagreement with President Uhuru Kenyatta, a source close to Jubilee bigwigs has confirmed.
Unlike in the past, Ruto did not accompany his boss during cabinet naming, with the source, who is close with the DP adding that their was no consensus prior to naming.
"I really don't want to speculate but I know there is a disagreement between the two. Something small which could be fixed," said the source, who otherwise did not wish to be named.
He further said: "He wanted control over State House something the president did not guarantee other than opposing nomination of two individuals."
According to the source, Ruto was of the opinion that Ex-Jubilee agent Davies Chirchir to be named as Comptroller of State House, a position which went to Kinuthia Mbugua.
https://hivisasa.com/posts/dp-ruto-angr ... ominations