, D-day for Mariga, Why Michuki Wanted Cohen Deported & TSC Rashes to Clear Disciplinary Cases Against Teachers

Good morning,

We hope you had a great weekend. A certain group of Kenyans couldn’t breathe over the weekend because of cyber bullying.

Kikuyu women were on the receiving end of brutal trolls from a section of netizens. This is after Tob Cohen’s mutilated body was found in a septic tank in his compound. Cohen’s widow is being held at Langata Women’s Prison as the main suspect and will be charged with murder.

According to KoT, Kikuyu women are murderous who should be avoided like plaque. To justify this, someone even compiled a list of men who have been killed by their wives from central Kenya.

But is this true? We will be discussing this and other hot topics on Opera News.

Here are the stories making Headlines this morning.

D-day for Mariga as IEBC Delivers Verdict

, D-day for Mariga, Why Michuki Wanted Cohen Deported & TSC Rashes to Clear Disciplinary Cases Against Teachers
Football Star MacDonald Mariga

Footballer McDonald Mariga – whose candidature for the Kibra by-election has been the subject of unending controversy – will today know if he will be cleared to run for the vacant seat.

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Michuki Wanted to Deport Cohen

, D-day for Mariga, Why Michuki Wanted Cohen Deported & TSC Rashes to Clear Disciplinary Cases Against Teachers
Sarah Wairimu’s Lawyer Phillip Murgor

Murdered Dutch billionaire Tob Cohen was an erratic, violent drug addict and was nearly deported by former Internal Security minister  John Michuki, now deceased.

This, according to his widow and murder suspect Sarah Wairimu, who is a murder suspect.

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TSC to Hear Disciplinary Cases Facing Teachers

, D-day for Mariga, Why Michuki Wanted Cohen Deported & TSC Rashes to Clear Disciplinary Cases Against Teachers
TSC CEO Nancy Macharia

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has dispatched its commissioners to six regions across the country for hearing of disciplinary cases against teachers as it races against time to conclude pending cases before the end of the year.

TSC received 1,000 cases of indiscipline among teachers this year with 600 being registered across the 47 counties while 400 cases were registered at the headquarters.

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Shocking revelations have emerged to do with the milk we consume. An article in a local daily highlights how toxins, including human waste, find their way to both packet and dispenser milk. The dust has barely settled on the mutura exposé, revealing this delicacy is stuffed with more than you can stomach. A few weeks before that was the meat alert, which cited supermarkets as the main culprits of selling overstayed meat to unsuspecting customers. This brings us to ask, who should be taken to task over this negligence? Drop us your views in the comments’ section.

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