The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has rescued a Sh2 billion property belonging to the University of Nairobi from a private developer.
The developer, Aberdares Engineering Contractors Limited, had laid claim to the 4.97 acre land in Kilimani, Nairobi.
Here are the stories making headlines in the Star this Monday morning.
Ruto’s in dilemma over supporters fury
Deputy President William Ruto is in facing his biggest political test yet as anxiety swells in his Rift Valley backyard over his political future in the shaky Jubilee Party.
Ruto’s supporters, including elected leaders, are seething in rage over what they believe is a calculated move to cut down the DP to size by people close to State House.
The Star has established that some of Ruto’s allies have been pushing him to call the bluff of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s men whom he believes are sabotaging his 2022 presidential bid
GSU’s Kanja on list to replace Boinnet
GSU Commandant Douglas Kanja, who led the Dusit operation, is among top cops considered potential replacements for Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet.
Other potential candidates are Police spokesman Charles Owino, Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe and DCI boss George Kinoti.
Boinnet will exit at the end of March after a four–year non-renewable term.
Our lives are in danger, Wamalwa’s children claim after speaking out
Two children of former Vice President Michael Wamalwa have accused Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa and other relatives of planning to kick them out from their home.
They say their lives are in danger. The two spoke openly about their problems.
Michelle Nafuna and Derek Mboya accused Eugene of teaming up with relatives to kick them out from their father’s estate.
Joho and Jumwa war threatens Coastal unity
A war pitting Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho against his opponents is undermining efforts to unite the Coast region.
Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa has declared she will fight Joho over what she claims are his plans to frustrate her political career.
Joho is an ODM deputy party leader.
Kiambu village where mobile phones don’t work due to poor network
When people visit Kwaregi village in Kiambu county, their phones turns offline without their knowledge.
At times, people calling them end up accusing them of switching off their mobile phones.
Many of them will not know if they are offline until they wonder why they are not receiving calls and start checking on their phones.
Others get confused when they try to call and their calls cannot go through.
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