What you need to know:
- Deputy secretary-general Caleb Kositany is fighting over party funds with his boss, Raphael Tuju.
Turmoil • The ruling Jubilee Party is in a shambles, remarks Jimmy Thumbi. “Vice-chairman David Murathe wants ODM's Raila Odinga to be President in 2022. Deputy secretary-general Caleb Kositany is fighting over party funds with his boss, Raphael Tuju. New Chief Whip Irungu Kang'ata is throwing punches at members who don't sing his tune. ” His contact is [email protected].
Role models • As the parents stay with their children during the Covid-19 pandemic while working from home, they should be careful about what they do or say, F. Mukembu advises. Children learn fast, especially from parents and guardians, and they take whatever they say or do as the gospel truth. “I appeal to all the parents to tread carefully.” His contact is [email protected]
Withdrawn • Telkom Kenya customer Omondi Walter Samwell is unhappy: His number, 0777 277772, was withdrawn from service without notice. On inquiring, Customer Care told him to pay Sh10,000 to get it back. He has not used the line lately as he was stuck abroad due to Covid-19. He still hopes to have his line back. His contact is Tel 0736262627 or [email protected]
Hidden Watchie • After examining the new-look Nation, university don X.N. Iraki’s verdict is that the “Watchman is hiding”. Says he: “Watchmen stay at the front of the house. He (rarely she) must be noticeable to enemies. The Watchman’s Cutting Edge is hidden at the bottom of the page. What did the designers think? That CCTV should take over?” His contact is [email protected]
Irrelevance • The county revenue sharing formula deadlock has brought out the true colours of senators, who purport to fight for the people’s interests, says Carey Yiembe. “The senators have been paid their June and July salaries but county governments have not paid their staff for the two months. Do we really need the Senate if senators can’t agree?” His contact [email protected].
Have an agreeable day, won’t you!