- Since the handshake between Uhuru and Raila, the Odinga and Kenyatta families have since reconciled and embraced each other - Little known Muhoho Kenyatta was among other guests who attended Jaramogi Oginga Odinga memorial service in Bondo - He thanked the ODM leader for his role in the building bridges initiative saying it was the best thing for Kenya - Muhoho later visited the Jaramogi mausoleum at Kang’o ka Jaramogi where they laid wreaths On Sunday, January 20, Opposition leader Raila Odinga took time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his late father Jaramogi Oginga Odinga at the family home in Bondo, Siaya county.
Mr Odinga later took Mr Muhoho for a tour of the mausoleum at Kang’o ka Jaramogi, after which they laid wreaths on the tombs of Jaramogi, Fidel Odinga and Jaramogi’s wife Mary Ajuma.
On Monday, Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang’ata, who is Jubilee's deputy chief whip, said that his party is keen on the changes.
Testifying before Senior Principal Magistrate Felix Kombo, Mr David Kang’ara, an investigating officer, said he obtained information from a bank where Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) held an account.
Murang'a Senator Irung’u Kang’ata is proposing an amendment to the County Government Act to give county assemblies autonomy by way of direct funding from the Controller of Budget.
Testifying before Senior Principal Magistrate Felix Kombo, David Kang’ara said a trail of KPC banking at Commercial Bank of Africa linked payments to firms linked to Mr Kulei.
“We don’t have livestock in Nairobi and I am certain the molasses sold here is used to make the brews,” regional commissioner Kang’ethe Thuku said.
Alan Kang, Shanghai-based analyst for consultancy LMC Automotive, said: “Tesla’s sales (in China) have dropped over the past few months because of high price caused by the tariffs.
Alan Kang, Shanghai-based analyst for consultancy LMC Automotive, said: "Tesla's sales (in China) have dropped over the past few months because of high price caused by the tariffs.
His recent visit to Kisumu, initiation of development projects and historical visit, including paying homage to the late Oginga Odinga’s Mausoleum at Kang’o ka Jaramogi, for which he ordered state funding for its maintenance as a national monument, are commendable gestures towards national reconciliation.