Thursday, January 03, 2019- This video of a well endowed slay queen jogging with her dog is going viral on social media.
The lady stepped out in an outfit that little to the imagination and men are going nuts.
It is clear that she wanted to flaunt her big behind while pretending to be jogging.
These slay queen are just crazy!
The Kenyan DAILY POST.
Thursday January 3, 2019 - Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria, has finally spoken about the sacking of his brother, John Kuria, by Kiambu County Governor, Ferdinand Waititu.
John Kuria, who was serving as the Kiambu County Chief Officer in charge of Agriculture, was sent on compulsory leave by Waititu on Wednesday.
During the dismissal, Waititu ordered John to surrender all the tools and equipment that are in his possession to the Livestock and Fisheries docket.
Addressing journalists on Thursday, Kuria said the move, which came after he criticised President Uhuru Kenyatta over lack of development in Mt Kenya region, was unfair and politically instigated.
“He (my brother) got terminated at 8pm last night, just a few days after our encounter with Waititu in Thika, and he was not even given time to hand over. We need to build a culture of strengthening institutions of removing politics from the running of administrations and the civil service and the public service and to make professional our management of public affairs,” Kuria said.
“Introducing politics in such affairs is very unfair, but that is the kind of governor that we have in our county, unfortunately,"Kuria added.
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Thursday January 3, 2019-Leaders in Central Kenya have supported sentiments made by Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria, who on New Year’s Eve accused the president of ignoring the region and developing areas that voted for opposition.
Kuria,who appeared tipsy like a pig, told Thika town residents that Uhuru has neglected Muranga ,Kiambu , Kirinyaga, Nyandarua , Laikipia, Meru ,Tharaka Nithi and Embu counties which are his strongholds.
“As we enter 2019, you (voters) must think … our responsibility is not just to vote and after voting, we (the government that we form) take development to other regions. That kind of nonsense must stop,” Kuria said.
“We want the President to also commission water projects, roads and electricity when he comes here. We were with him in Kisumu where he commissioned a road project, but when he visits (Kiambu) he only issues certificates to recovering alcoholics,”Kuria added.
Kuria's sentiments have been supported by some leaders from Central Kenya who said the Gatundu South lawmaker spoke the painful truth that many leaders from the region are afraid to speak.
A vocal MP, who requested anonymity, said the government is “targeting” sectors that directly impact locals including transport, imports and real estate.
“If the government cripples these sectors and does not improve others like coffee and tea, then it has killed our people economically. Why did we vote for Jubilee only to make us poorer?”the MP posed.