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Friday, July 8, 2016

Raila GRAND ENTRY Migori Stadium- SUPER RECEPTION

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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

I will support Raila again, says Kalonzo



CORD Leaders led by Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga arrives for Muthama's prayer rally at Mulu Mutisya gardens in Machakos on Sunday.  Photo/Courtesy
CORD Leaders led by Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga arrives for Muthama's prayer rally at Mulu Mutisya gardens in Machakos on Sunday. Photo/Courtesy

Kalonzo Musyoka has said he will support Raila Odinga for a second presidential bid if he is picked as Cord's flag bearer.
“Even when my prayer is that brother Raila and [Moses] Wetang'ula will see it fit to support me, I want to assure you here that I will support Raila," the Wiper leader said on Sunday.
Kalonzo, who recently launched his own campaign website, said he was not ditching Cord.
He described Raila as "a man of such a big heart" having persevered two "stolen" elections.
"This kind of tolerance is what we want to Jubilee government to emulate," Kalonzo said.
The Cord co-principal was speaking at Senator Johnstone Muthama's homecoming peace rally.
Kalonzo criticised DP William Ruto over remarks targeted at him, and said Ruto needed prayers more than Cord leaders.
Kalonzo said he will not shy off from engaging in demos as it was the only way to "liberate" the country "from the shackles of bad governance".

http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2016/07/04/i-will-support-raila-again-says-kalonzo_c1380079?platform=hootsuite

Simmons Leaves Game


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Ben Simmons left the Summer League game against the Celtics in the fourth quarter due to cramping.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/video/simmons-leaves-game-011930996.html

Netanyahu remembers brother killed in Entebbe

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Monday, July 4, 2016

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#theTrend: Comedian MCA Tricky takes on Larry Madowo

Court suspends MP Wandayi's ban from Parliament



Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi when he was ejected from the parliament chambers on March 31. Photo/FILE
Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi when he was ejected from the parliament chambers on March 31. Photo/FILE
The High Court has temporarily suspended the ban imposed on Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi from Parliament over misconduct.
Wandayi had filed a case seeking to suspendhis year-long ban from the current session following a decision by Speaker Justin Muturi.
Judge George Odunga ruled on Monday that Wandayi's application is merited and of great public interest.
The case will be heard on August 1; meaning the MP can now resume sittings until the matter is heard and determined.
In June, Wandayi wanted Muturi stopped from taking any steps to block him from accessing parliamentary chambers, his office or the general precincts.
Wandayi was among several opposition MPs who were thrown out of Parliament on March 31 after they whistled at President Uhuru Kenyatta 's during a State of the Nation address.
The MP was suspended after he refused to leave the House as ordered, maintaining that Uhuru was poised for similar protests by the opposition.
In April, Siaya senator James Orengowarned the Speaker to brace for Cord's wrath for suspending the legislator.
http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2016/07/04/court-suspends-mp-wandayis-ban-from-parliament_c1380366?platform=hootsuite

Madonna is in Kenya and visits Africa’s largest slum


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The Material Girl who never stops reinventing herself, Madonna, a seven-time Grammy Award-winner, actress, pop culture icon, founder of Raising Malawi and a Goodwill Ambassador for Child Welfare is in Kenya.
The 57-year old icon with an estimated net worth of over $800 million spent the day visiting Kibra, also known as Kibera, Africa’s largest slum.
In an Instagram post published only a few minutes ago, Madonna shared some of the moments from her visit today to the slum with Shining Hope for Communities, an organization that links free schools for girls to essential services for communities like clean water, and free health care.
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Simply captioned: “Rebel Hearts” – the singer who has released 13 studio albums, referred to her latest from 2015, Rebel Heart, in an Instagram photo that featured young children from Kibra.
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The global icon has amassed a large following on social media with over 7.4 million followers on Instagram alone.
Having sold more than 300 million records worldwide, Madonna is recognized as the best-selling female recording artist of all time by Guinness World Records. The music icon was ranked at number one on VH1’s list of 100 Greatest Women in Music and number two (behind only The Beatles) on Billboard’s list of Greatest Hot 100 Artists of All Time.

https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/lifestyle/2016/07/03/madonna-is-in-kenya-visits-africas-largest-slum/

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Washington DC might become a state, and get a new name


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Washington DC might become a state, and get a new name

Washington DC might become a state, and get a new name
As the capital of the United States, Washington DC is not one of the 50 states. It’s a “federal district,” hence “District of Columbia,” shortened to “D.C.” But that could soon change, as they are currently bidding for statehood. If that happened, Washington DC would become the 51st state, and its leaders would give it an entirely new name.
That name could quite likely be “New Columbia,” an old name that was approved by voters in a 1982 referendum in which Washington DC tried for statehood. It originates from Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, who is obviously a critical part of U.S. history.

Washington DC might become a state, and get a new name

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Trilby Beresford 11 hours ago

Washington DC might become a state, and get a new name

Washington DC might become a state, and get a new name
As the capital of the United States, Washington DC is not one of the 50 states. It’s a “federal district,” hence “District of Columbia,” shortened to “D.C.” But that could soon change, as they are currently bidding for statehood. If that happened, Washington DC would become the 51st state, and its leaders would give it an entirely new name.
That name could quite likely be “New Columbia,” an old name that was approved by voters in a 1982 referendum in which Washington DC tried for statehood. It originates from Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, who is obviously a critical part of U.S. history.
 
Washington, D.C. could have been renamed "Anacostia," but advocates for statehood chose "New Columbia." 󾓬󾓦󾓬󾓦󾓬󾓦…
Of course, some long time DC residents areanxious about the name change. Columbus’ reputation as a hero has undergone quite a sea-change since the 1980s, with many seeing him as a brutal conqueror rather than a noble explorer. According to Matthew Green, an associate professor of politics at Catholic University in Washington DC, “It’s hard to come up with a name that would honor the city’s political, living and symbolic dimensions equally.” He mentions that one of the alternative suggestions, “Douglass Commonwealth” might also be appropriate due to the fact that Frederik Douglass was an important figure in African-American politics. He lead the abolitionist movement, which ended slavery in the U.S.
People are joining in the conversation on social media, adding in their opinion about the name change and possible statehood.
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Statehood has long been a fraught issue for DC residents, as many who actually live in the district support it, while Congress has typically been against the idea. Among the reasons for statehood include the fact that DC isn’t fully represented in Congress by voting members, and that decisions typically made by organizations like a city council instead often require Congressional approval, taking them out of local government’s hands.
Presumptive Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton supports the change along with Bernie Sanders, but nothing is set in stone yet. The statehood issue will probably be debated at the Democratic National Convention in July. Until then, we’ll just have to sit tight and see what happens.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/washington-dc-might-become-state-143833553.html

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Babu Owino ROCKS Machakos CORD Rally- TIBIIM!

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Sunday, July 3, 2016

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Donald Trump: GOP Convention Speaking Slots ‘Totally Filled’

By MICHAEL FALCONE

PHOTO: Donald Trump speaks in New York, June 22, 2016.Mary Altaffer/AP Photo
Donald Trump speaks in New York, June 22, 2016.
With just over two weeks to go before the start of the Republican National Convention, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trumptweeted Saturday that speaking slots at the high-profile event were already “totally filled, with a long waiting list of those that want to speak.”
Trump also indicated in his tweet that the names of those speakers would be released within days.
The speakers slots at the Republican Convention are totally filled, with a long waiting list of those that want to speak - Wednesday release
His tweet comes against the backdrop of reports that the GOP candidate is having trouble attracting big-name speakers to fill the normally-coveted slots at the convention. TheRepublican Party’s previous two presidential nominees -- former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Arizona Sen. John McCain -- have both said they will not attend the gathering in Cleveland. Earlier this week, Romney said he did not even plan to vote for Trump in November.
At a speech in Colorado on Friday, Trump said that his children and wife would all be speaking at the four-day convention in Cleveland, Ohio, that kicks off July 18.
“Ivanka, Tiffany, Don, Eric -- they are going to be speaking,” Trump said. “My wife is going to be speaking at the convention. We’re going to have a great time.”
Previously, Trump has also suggested having a “winner’s night” at the convention that would likely include nonpolitical speakers such as famous sports figures.
“That’ll probably be the best-attended night” of the convention, Trump predicted at a rally in Dallas earlier this month.
Conventions have also traditionally been an opportunity for rising political stars to introduce themselves on a national stage, as was the case with then-Illinois state Sen. Barack Obama at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
Spokespeople for the Trump campaign and the Republican National Convention did not elaborate on Trump’s tweet.
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