EXPORTS Mr James Sang, a resident of Washington, DC, is also perplexed by the fact that the diaspora remittances have surpassed Kenya’s traditional exports like coffee, tea, flowers and tourism and now account for the largest foreign direct investment in the country’s economy yet they have very little influence on what happens in Kenya.
- Wanga warned Governor Stephen Sang against linking Joho to drug business - Governor Sang had threatened to produce evidence on the governor's alleged drug trafficking - The youthful politician recently sent a romance-induced message to a wrong WhatsApp group The ghost of sending romantic messages to a wrong recipient has come to haunt youthful Nandi Governor Stephen Sang six months later after the incident.
- Stephen Sang claimed Joho has been implicated in several reports over drug business - Sang vowed to furnish the investigative agencies with concrete evidence on Joho's drug links - The 34-year-old politician urged parents to hide their children when they spot Joho in the village Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has vowed to furnish the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) with concrete evidence on Mombasa counterpart Ali Hassan Joho drug links.
“We are still waiting for the SFRTF to give us a go ahead to buy the gunny bags,” Mr Sang said.
His sentiments came at the back of a damning attack on Joho led by Nandi governor Stephen Sang who accused Joho of misleading the country about the handshake and destroying the lives of many youths with drugs.
- Recently, Joho said Raila had warned his camp against supporting Ruto's 2022 bid - He argued that Ruto lacked integrity to hold the country's highest office -Sang responded to Joho saying he was misleading the country about the handshake - He said it did not make sense to support the handshake partially and oppose DP Ruto - Sang claims Joho was a drug dealer who had many cases around him and should not question anybody's integrity The war of words between leaders from Deputy President William Ruto's political camp and the Opposition is far from over if the latest claims from Nandi Governor Stephen Sang is anything to go by.
The North Rift politicians, led by Nandi governor Stephen Sang, warned the Mombasa county chief against attacking Ruto.
NCPB chief executive Albin Sang confirmed that they had opened the depots.
Managing Director Albin Sang said the delay was caused by strict vetting processes being put in place to ensure only genuine farmers supply their maize to the board.
Managing director Albin Sang said the delay was caused by the strict vetting processes put in place to ensure only genuine farmers supply maize.