1. Baringo: Fight over microphone abruptly ends CS Eugene Wamalwa meeting  Citizen TV
  2. Baringo MPs and MCAs clash over boundary at peace meeting  NTV Kenya
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The fight started after Tiaty MP William Kamket and his Baringo South counterpart Charles Kamuren fought over who should speak first in the meeting.

A peace meeting convened by Devolution cabinet secretary, Eugene Wamalwa, Baringo governor, Stanley Kiptis, and security team almost ended prematurely after ...

Nairobi motorists will enjoy reduced daily parking fees from Monday, Governor Mike Sonko has said.In a statement on Friday, he said motorists will now pay Sh200 instead of the current Sh300.The reduction was to take effect in December 2018, but motorists complained they were still being charged Sh300.JamboPay, the company hired to collect funds, had said it did not receive instructions from City Hall to adjust the rates.Parking director Tom Tinega then said the county could not implement the new lower fees before receiving the printed Finance Bill.

Governor Mike Sonko appears popular in Nairobi but his antics hide a critical management crisis in one of Africa’s most important cities.Many stories have been told about Sonko’s chaotic administration at City Hall but it is only now that Nairobi residents – and all Kenyans – can have a clear picture of the mess.Former county Education executive Janet Ouko painted the picture in an exclusive interview with the Star yesterday. She resigned on Tuesday after working in Sonko’s cabinet for a year and two months.

Saturday marks one year since Nairobi Deputy Governor Polycarp Igathe resigned from office arguing that he had failed to earn the confidence of his boss - Govenor Mike Sonko.Last week, Sonko promised to name a new Deputy Governor but indications are that this may not happen today as he had indicated.