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Ruto should not weaponise church – Mutahi Ngunyi



Former technical assistant to President Uhuru Kenyatta, Mutahi Ngunyi has said that State House should not weaponise the church.

In a statement on Monday, Ngunyi said that God is full of surprises but not a trusted political weapon.

He added that God is independent.

“State House should not weaponise the church. And if they do so, they will attract God. He will send upon them prophets and poets of truth. Then Ruto will have to behead the prophets and castrate the poets. God is independent. He is not a trusted political weapon. He has surprises,” Ngunyi said.

His remarks come a day after President William Ruto hosted church leaders at State House Nairobi for a thanksgiving service, on Sunday.

The move has, however, raised questions from a section of Kenyans, some of whom feel that it was wrong for the head of state to do so.

A section has also defended the President’s move to have church leaders at his official residence.

During the service, President Ruto asked the clergy to pray for the country and the economic recovery journey the Kenya Kwanza administration is taking.

He also invited them for cleansing prayers at State House.

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Police killer to charged with murder



After what has been a reign of terror characterised by brutal execution of suspected criminals for over half a decade, one of Kenya’s most controversial police officers Ahmed Rashid is finally set to have his day in court and charged with murder.

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Equity bank speeds up Climate change mitigation effort, embarks on tree planting



Equity bank , international Federation of Red Cross Dagoretti chapter and Kenya Girls Guides association are together putting in place several measures to help the state solve the problems associated with climate change.

Among the activities that the giant bank and it’s partners are doing include tree planting and public awareness on the matter

According to Peter Muthima, Equity bank branch manager in Kawangware Nairobi county for the country and the continent to avoid negative  climate change effects tree planting was necessary and it’s remains to be the most effective way .

” We are leading the efforts of planting as may trees as possible. We are doing this alongside our good partners and we believe that we shall help the state achieve it’s goals on climate change related issues,” said Muthima .

Muthima urged Kenyans to support all efforts in place by planting as many trees as possible.

According to the statistics, climate change is inevitable if forest encroachments and deforestation is not avoid.

Other things linked to climate devastation include emmision of chemicals among others.

Yesterday, Racheal Ruto the wife to President William Ruto led Kenyans in planting some trees in the famous Kakamega forest.

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Man charged with beating up a pregnant wife



A man has been accused of causing grievous harm to his pregnant wife.

Dan Simiyu allegedly stepped on his wife’s abdomen, squeezed her throat and beat her up.

He was charged before Kibera chief magistrate Ann Mwangi, where he denied the charges.

He is said to have attacked Junicai Simiyu, his wife, whom he found relaxing on a chair in their house.

The court heard that the accused person asked the complainant why she had slept with the other men but she told him that it was not possible because she was pregnant.

He allegedly assaulted her and told her to pack and go with further instructions of terminating the said pregnancy.

She declined to follow his instructions.

The complainant was rescued by some of her neighbours who heard her crying for help. She was the rushed to the hospital.

The accused person was however released on Sh20,000 cash bail and the court directed that the matter be mentioned on November 21.

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