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Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives

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Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives

22-year-old Mustapha Ado Bayero, the son of late Emir of Kano, Mustapha Ado Bayero, married two wives recently. 

 

Bayero, who is suffering from congenital hemiplegia, is the last son of the late monarch. 

 

The prince tied the knot with the his two brides, Badi’a Tasiu Adam and Fatima Ibrahim Dahiru, at Markaz Imamu Bukhari Mosque, Rijiyar Zaki and Tsakuwa Juma’a Mosque, Kano respectively on Sunday, June 19, 2022.

 

Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives

Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives Update: More photos of 22-year-old Kano prince and his two wives

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Ruto’s Message To Public Servants Who Were Forced to Take Political Sides

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President-elect William Ruto addressed public servants who backed Raila’s presidential bid telling them to keep off politics.

Speaking during the inaugural meeting of Kenya Kwanza elected leaders on Wednesday afternoon at Karen, Ruto termed public servants’ involvement in politics as an abuse of office.

“I am asking all public servants who have been forced to take public positions in the just-concluded General Elections to step back and be professional public servants and serve all Kenyans equally,” said Ruto.

Ruto said under his administration, all public servants will be required to leave politics to political players.

“Public servants from the top town to the chiefs and their assistants; we will be expecting them to serve people equally without favouring people on the basis of their political affiliations,” he said.

“Political business will be carried out by political actors. Political parties must organise themselves and their structures. Members of the public service will not be available to carry out political work for any political party. It is the only way we can have a government that delivers.”

Ruto at the same time assured that; “We will be running a democratic, transparent but accountable government.”

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CS Magoha Apologises For Offensive Jokes: “Nobody is Perfect”

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CS Magoha Apologises For Offensive Jokes: "Nobody is Perfect"

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has appeared to say his goodbyes to Kenyans as his tenure in the Jubilee Cabinet administration comes to a close.

The outgoing minister spoke on Wednesday, August 17, when he commissioned phase two of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) classroom at Mwangaza Secondary School in Kayole, Nairobi county.

CS Magoha apologised for any of his jokes that may have offended the public, saying nobody is perfect.

“I want to thank you for having walked with me and having taken the good, the bad and the ugly side of me because that is a human being.

“There is nobody who is perfect, I believe that in order for me to be given the opportunity to serve in this capacity it was purely by the grace of God,” Magoha said.

The CS noted that his job required him to be firm, and in the process, he may offended some people.

“It has not been easy to be the CS for education and in order to move things forward. I have been very firm and sometimes extremely firm and in between the firmness, I have cracked certain jokes. I want to say without any fear of contradiction that that if any of those jokes went the wrong direction, that was not the intention and my apologies to the public. There is nobody who is perfect,” he said.

CS Magoha mentioned he had fulfilled his mandate.

“I respect everybody from the lowest to the highest. I get my courage first from God and second from Starehe Boys Training Centre. We are eagles and we fly high, and are not afraid, and we deliver as eagles even if you don’t like us.

“If during that process we looked as if we were arrogant, then we seek your forgiveness, but not that we are about to change. Eagles keep on flying and when the eagles are flying, they just disappear in the air, is what is going to happen to us.”

CS Magoha said he is keen to finish the last phase of the construction of Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) classrooms across the nation by the end of his term to ensure a smooth transition for his successor.

“We are now at 75 percent which leaves us with a tough nut to crack of about 1,200 classrooms. I strongly believe that we shall be able to complete the classrooms so that whenever the new CS takes over he finds that he has a smooth place to start from.”

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Ruto Assures, “blackmail, intimidation, threats have come to a stop”

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President-elect William Ruto has reassured Kenyans that his administration will not govern the country through threats and intimidation.

In a subtle dig at his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta, Ruto told Kenyans that they can now use their phones freely without the fear that authorities are prying into their private conversations.

“You can now go back to using your phone…you don’t have to use WhatsApp, you don’t have to use Signal,” Ruto said referring to end-to-end encryption messaging apps,” he said.

“I want to tell the people of Kenya we are having our democratic country back and everybody can speak to everybody about everything in every way they want and nobody is going to victimise them. We live in a democratic country and that is how it should be,” Ruto added.

“You can go back and use your normal phone because blackmail, intimidation, threats have come to a stop.”

The UDA party leader spoke during the inaugural meeting of Kenya Kwanza elected leaders on Wednesday afternoon at Karen.

Ruto took another dig at President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration saying intimidation and threats will now be a thing of the past.

“I want to promise that our administration will have nothing to do with blackmail, the threats we have seen, the fear being sold around the country that you cannot talk to this or that person because they don’t share your political views.”

Ruto also said his government will seek to amend parliamentary Standing Orders to have Cabinet Secretaries respond to questions on the floor of the House.

“We will soon be making our public policy pronouncement on how we will govern the country after the end of the transition process. We will forward the names of our people to the transition committee,” he said.

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