Latest news headlines-April 11 2017 It’s Odinga and Musyoka

Latest news headlines-April 11 2017 It’s Odinga and Musyoka

It’s Odinga and Musyoka

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has today admitted that a leaked report from the National Super Alliance (NASA) National Coordinating Committee that proposes a Raila Odinga-Kalonzo Musyoka ticket for the August General Election was truthful and accurate.

In the report, Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi was to become the Chief Minister in the NASA government and Ford Kenya and Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula was earmarked for the National Assembly Speaker if the opposition outfit manages to capture power from the Jubilee government.

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Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka, ODM leader Raila Odinga and Ford-Kenya’s Moses Wetangula

“Clarification has to be made, that the report was valid and existent. NCC had been mandated to come up with that report and we did. That report leaked out in the form that the media presented,” ODM acting Secretary General Senator Dr Agnes Zani said in a statement to newsrooms on Tuesday.

Eurobond was not stolen, President Kenyatta tells critics

President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday dismissed sustained reports by the opposition that funds from the Eurobond were stolen and misused by the government.

He urged the public to clearly distinguish truths from propaganda being peddled by his competitors.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta with his deputy William Ruto at the government delivery portal launch at the KICC on April 10 (Photo: PSCU)

He cited projects that the money went to even as he urged members of the public to seek answers about the money. President Kenyatta was speaking yesterday when he launched a digital platform that showcases the Jubilee administration’s achievements and furnishes the public with the latest information of benefit to Kenyans.

EACC emerges top among anti-corruption agencies in Africa

Kenya’s anti-graft body has been ranked as the top performing watchdog agency among Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Agencies in evidence and exhibit management.

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) emerged top trouncing 17 other Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Agencies in a survey by the Commonwealth and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

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The survey is aimed at providing the Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Agencies with a diagnostic benchmarking tool and peer review survey to identify gaps in anti-graft policy and procedure framework.

Key elements such as organisational management, personnel administration, investigations and operations and support services of the agencies were used in the analysis.

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