Raila Odinga

Let Ruto carry his own cross, leaders tell Raila

Mr Odinga says dialogue is meant to find solutions to issues affecting the country.

  1. Ruto: I will form an all-inclusive Cabinet

    President Ruto promises to act firmly against corruption as part of radical reforms in his government.

    President William Ruto
  2. PREMIUM Like Moi, Ruto faces populist movement for change

    Push for multiparty politics culminated in a public rally at Kamukunji grounds on July 7, 1990.

    Raila Odinga.
  3. PREMIUM How Ruto reaped from protests

    President Ruto escapes the onslaught by DP Gachagua as a fresh start beckons.

  4. PREMIUM ODM plan to push reforms during Ruto’s ‘weak’ moment

    Raila party says going to talks is not about rescuing Kenya Kwanza regime.

  5. PREMIUM Ruto’s tough balancing act in forming next Cabinet

    At the heart of the competing political interests is the desire by President Ruto to embrace the opposition.

    William Ruto
  6. PREMIUM Profiles: Ruto’s men and women who fell

    President Ruto on Thursday sent home his entire cabinet over poor performance.

  7. PREMIUM Cabinet purge: Why Musalia Mudavadi remained

    Prime Cabinet Secretary heads the crucial Foreign Affairs docket.

    Musalia Mudavadi
  8. PREMIUM Why Ruto’s entire Cabinet had to go

    President yields to pressure from youthful protesters who demanded he send home his entire cabinet over poor performance.

    President William Ruto
  9. PREMIUM From the fold into the cold: MPs who quit to join Ruto Cabinet

    President Ruto has fired all ministers and promised to reconstitute his cabinet after extensive consultations.

  10. Don't engage Raila, Kahiga tells President Ruto

    Governor Mutahi is disappointed that the demands of Gen Z have not been addressed.

    Mutahi Kahiga
  11. PREMIUM Kalonzo’s new demands that could derail eight Nadco bills

    President Ruto has announced plans for 'a broad-based political arrangement'.

    Wiper Party
  12. ODM backs talks as Raila admits public opposition to ‘Handshake’

    Most Kenyans are against Raila's possible ‘Handshake,’ with President Ruto.

    Raila Odinga.
  13. Farah under fire

    Wiper and NCIC train their guns on the Daadab MP over his recent comments on anti-Ruto demos.

    Farah Maalim
  14. PREMIUM Inside Ruto, Raila ‘handshake’ deal

    The Nation has learnt that President Ruto is toying with the idea of a ‘government of national unity’.

    William Ruto
  15. Youth reject Ruto-Raila multi-sectoral dialogue

    Involvement of political players in the process draws backlash Kenyan youths.

  16. Besieged Ruto calls for six-day talks

    Dialogue to involve 150 representatives, including 50 youth.

  17. Gen Z protests: House repair to cost over Sh150m

    TV screens were damaged. The Internet connection was also cut off.

    Uprooted Road signage, outside Parliament buildings, Nairobi.
  18. PREMIUM Youth unrest: Atwoli tips Ruto

    Cotu boss believes recent protests have presented Ruto with a chance of redeeming himself.

    William Ruto and Francis Atwoli
  19. PREMIUM Isolating Gachagua: His Mathira MP ‘son’ latest to ditch him

    Mathira MP is the latest leader in Mt Kenya to bolt out of the Deputy President's camp.

    Rigathi Gachagua
  20. PREMIUM List of Bills MPs lost and how

    A Bill that has been lost or ‘died’ a natural ‘death’ can only be introduced in the House after six months.

    Parliament buildings
  21. Why anti-Ruto protesters are a different beast

    The movement must guard against the risk of leader-centricity, which the government would use to diffuse the movement.

  22. PREMIUM Shining stars: Five counties the hope of development spending

    There is a lot of waste in the counties through bloated wage bills

    Margaret Nyakango.
  23. Murkomen, often bashed for opulence, proposes lifestyle audit law

    The Bill should set the maximum cost of personal outfits, cars etc

    Kipchumba Murkomen.
  24. Revealed: Casualties in Ruto’s new tough measures

    President says the Sh177 billion hole in the budget will be filled through borrowing.

    William Ruto
  25. PREMIUM Ruto’s multiple battle lines

    The Head of State was forced to decline to assent to the Finance Bill, 2024, following weeks of countrywide protests.

    President William Ruto
  26. Puzzle of MP Peter Salasya’s Sh2,364 net pay despite Sh1.1m salary

    In total, his deductions amounted to Sh1,162,162, leaving him with a net salary of Sh2,364.

    Mumias East MP Peter Salasya
  27. PREMIUM Why Ruto will now find it harder to pass bills in Parliament

    MPs who publicly defended the Finance Bill and voted for it now have a political mountain to climb.

    William Ruto
  28. DCI, DPP under fire over handling of anti-tax protest suspects

    DCI has come under public scrutiny for shoddy investigations.

  29. Class politics: Ruto’s 2022 trump card turns into a monster

    Rude shock: Ruto’s bottom-up campaign awakened class politics...now he is discovering he cannot control it.

    President Ruto