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One-year-old celebrated actor hospitalized in Kitui

A one-year-old thespian based in Mwingi, Kitui county has been in hospital for the last week nursing burn wounds on his two feet.

Mwingi-based Kitui thespian Mtoto wa Boss has been hospitalised with burn wounds. Quick recovery little star./MUTANU

Mtoto wa Boss, as he's commonly known suffered a 15% burn on both his legs a week ago leaving him hospitalized and unable to continue producing content that has gained millions of views on social media over a short period of time.

The young baby has warmed hearts of many with his magical ways of acting at his tender age.

Mtoto wa Boss acts alongside Mutanu, a renown content creator, journalist and actress based in Mwingi, Kitui.

Mutanu is a house help character who has since been employed to look after the one-year-old after being sacked from countless households as a house help.

Mtoto wa Boss joined the drama queen three months ago, and has since boosted the channel by garnering thousands of views and followers.

Nurtured well, his talent will obviously beat his career in future.

To watch some of his clips, here are the links 

https://www.tiktok.com/@mutanu13?_t=8Xz9YAB4IUf&_r=1

https://youtu.be/PeIUWxeFIww

https://www.facebook.com/mutanu123?mibextid=ZbWKwL

Quick recovery our little star.

STORY By MUSYOKA NGUI

EMBU UDA MP condemns Winnie Odinga for skipping State House event

Manyatta Member of Parliament Gitonga Mukunji has said that he will institute a process to recall his EALA counterpart Ms Winnie Odinga for failing to show up in State House for a meeting with President earlier this week.

Manyatta MP Gitonga Mukunji addresses the press at his NGCDF office in Embu town. MWINGI TIMES/Brian Musyoka

Mukunji stated that Winnie had started failing on her EALA duties saying that she should have attended the President Ruto’s meeting.

While addressing press at Manyatta NGCDF office in Embu town when he unveiled the constituency NGCDF board member, the legislator said that Ms Odinga was voted in by both the majority and minority MPs to represent the interests of Kenyans in the East African Community and she should not be bias in her duties.

"All members of EALA yesterday went and met the President and CS in Charge of East Africa Region and they were there to get mandate of our standing as a country on issues of East Africa Community. To our shock Winnie Odinga was not there. It is a shame that we still carry ourselves with the boundaries that we should not carry ourselves with. Politics are over," Mukunji said.

At the same tone he said they will summon the EALA legislator to answer to questions why she did not attend the meeting at State House led by the President.

"If he was preparing for maandamano then we will have to replace her with another person," Mukunji said without elaborating.

Images shared by State House Kenya revealed that all the MPs who were elected in the regional house were present during the meeting with Ruto but Winnie was conspicuously missing from the photos.

While answering to questions why Winnie skipped the meeting at State House, Suna Member of Parliament Junet Mohammed said that she was preparing for Raila's scheduled rallies.

"She is preparing for the Kamukunji meeting."Junet Mohammed wrote on Twitter on Monday, December 5.

Manyatta MP Mukunji pledge to ensure resources are evenly distributed across the constituency.

STORY By BRIAN MUSYOKA

Kitui Governor Malombe signs KSh1.1 Billion joint work plan with USAID

Kitui Governor Dr Julius Malombe today signed a joint work plan with the USAID’s Mr. James Flock, the Chief of Party, Resilience Learning Activity (RLA).

Kitui Governor Dr Julius Malombe signs a work plan with USAID's Chief of Party Mr James Flock at the county chief's offices in Kitui town./Courtesy
 

The joint work plan between the county and the USAID implementing partners among them Resilience Learning Activity, 4Better Health Program, USAID Advancing Nutrition, World Food Program (WFP), World Vision, Afya Ugavi has a total budget of KSh. 1, 110, 593, 444.

The first phase of the joint work plan workshop was held on May 24-26, with the second phase on October 25-26. The Joint work plan validation meeting was held on November 15, 2022.

To facilitate the co-implementing and joint monitoring of activities, the county and the USAID will continue conducting regular monthly and quarterly progress review meetings.

In this working arrangement only, the county will contribute KSh. 742, 436,564 with the other USAID partners contributing KSh. 368, 156, 880.

This will be used in co-implementing activities in the sectors of agriculture, water and livestock, trade, industry, MSMEs, Innovation and Cooperatives, Education, Training and skills development, Finance, Revenue management & Economic planning, Governance, Culture, Gender, Youth, Sports, ICT and social services.

STORY By MWINGI TIMES CORRESPONDENT

RUTO to EALA MPs: Help East Africa achieve its economic potential

WITH only two weeks to being sworn in, the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) MPs have their work cut out.

 
Second term EALA MP Kennedy Musyoka shakes hands with President William Ruto at State House, Nairobi on Monday. Dr Ruto urged the regional assembly legislators to shun party differences and put Kenya's interest first as they work harmoniously in promoting business cooperation across our borders./Courtesy

In a meeting held yesterday at State House Nairobi, President William Ruto called upon the regional assembly MPs to focus on trade, investment and peace in the region.

Among the EALA MPs in attendance was Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka’s son Kennedy Musyoka who will return to the Arusha-based Assembly for a second term.

The Head of State said East Africa holds immense economic potential that partner nations are yet to maximize.

“The economic expansion of the Community is in the best interest of all nations and citizens of East Africa”, he said.

The President advised EALA MPs to put aside their party differences and put Kenya’s interest first.

“When we talk about trade and investment, there are no political parties. Do your best for our country and economy”, President Ruto said in a dispatch from Statehouse seen by MWINGI TIMES.

According to the photos shared by State House, one EALA MP was conspicuously absent.  ODM leader Raila Odinga’s daughter Winnie Odinga was missing from the group photo shared by the State House.

STORY By MWINGI TIMES CORRESPONDENT

METEO: Conserve enough rain water and continue weeding

KITUI County Director of Meteorology Daniel Mbithi has urged residents to conserve enough rain water and continue weeding in his latest weekly rain forecast.

 
Kitui County weather forecast from December 6 to December 12 2022 as prepared by the Kenya Meteorological Department. MWINGI TIMES/KMD

The weather forecast for 40 wards in Kitui County is a build up of earlier reports that showed the central region expected to receive higher amounts of rain than the “ndee nation”.  Other areas forecast to get heavy rainfall are Kitui East, West and North.

Some of the wards expected to have very heavy downpour this week Kyangwithya East, Mutito/Kaliku, Voo Kyamatu, Mumoni and Ikanga/Kyatune.

According to the Weatherman, most of the remaining wards will receive heavy to moderate rains.

STORY By JOHN MUSEMBI

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