Spectre International Limited, a company believed to be owned by Opposition leader Raila Odinga, could be auctioned over an unpaid debt amounting to KSh 7.7 million owed to another firm.
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- Uhuru vowed to continue working with Raila to leave behind a legacy of a united country - Raila says Kenyans can now attest to the importance of the handshake which came after divisive 2017 polls - Both leaders pledged to continue fighting corruption, a vice that is threatening national development With the first anniversary of the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga just over two weeks away, the two leaders have once again emphasised the need for all Kenyans to support the peace gesture.
A company associated with Opposition leader Raila Odinga faces auction over a Sh7.7 million debt it owes another firm.
On Thursday, February 21, Kenyan dailies report on the Kisii County visit by President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
The Kenyattas, Mois and Odingas are not descendants of political dynasties, AU Envoy for Infrastructure Raila Odinga said on KTN on Wednesday night.
Present were Deputy President William Ruto, Opposition chief Raila Odinga, Governors James Ongwae (Kisii), John Nyagarama (Nyamira) and Wilbur Otichilo (Vihiga), Chief Justice David Maraga, Interior CS Fred Matiang’i, PS Susan Mochage and her Mining counterpart John Omenge.
One of the governors is from Nyanza region and is known to be close to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, the other one is from the Coast and the third is from Eastern region and has recently been in the news.
_____________________________________________________ Raila company fined Sh7 million over unpaid debt A company owned by former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has been ordered to pay Sh7.7 million to a Mombasa company over a 2016 debt.
A company owned by former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has been ordered to pay sh 7.7 million to a Mombasa company over a 2016 debt.