😒😔😒😔 + You know normally. My stance with Melania Trump has always been a sentiment full of sympathetic PITY. Because as an immigrant whom can barely speak English (spare me the but she caaan speak English - I can't fucking understand her), she was likely just trying to secure a future in an economic disaster that got worse with every preceding president. Soo I would normally discourage people from ROASTING her because I did feel sorry for her. She could not have imagine the mess, her sorry excuse for a husband would drag her into by becoming The Accidental President. But more than this I felt horrified for her because she had to have sex with the Over-Processed Cheeto in Charge. I mean can you picture what it must be like to have to blow this man?? For that shit alone I use to say give that god damn woman a MEDAL OF VALOR. But see this now MELANNIE. I grant thee passes no more. And p.s. bitch...You should have kept that jacket on while visiting the border. You coward. #melaniatrump#dontcare#itsjustajacket#thetrumps#firstlady#accidentalfirstlady#throwarock#hidethehand#inthenews#currentevents#firstfamily#donaldtrump#messy
#inthenews The Supreme Court has asked the Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo to file her written response to the suit challenging Ghana's defence cooperation agreement with the United States of America in seven days. Ghana's defence agreement with the US is to allow US military and civilian personnel access to certain facilities in Ghana and provide them privileges, exemptions and immunities equivalent to those accorded to the administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of April 18, 1961.
#inthenews The National Bank of Kenya (NBK) stayed afloat on Sh14 billion monthly teachers’ salary in 2015. This was revealed in a case where NBK’s Head of Treasury Solomon Alubala has sued Capital Markets Authority (CMA), complaining that he had been slapped with a Sh104 million fine without being given a chance to question evidence given to the regulator. It emerged that the bank relied heavily on the money released to Teacher Service Commission (TSC) to cushion its liquidity ratio, and when the money left its coffer for salaries, pressure on cash flow would immediately be felt.
#inthenews The European Union has agreed to provide Sh3.9 billion in humanitarian aid to help vulnerable populations in Kenya and Uganda. The fund will be used to help displaced people, such as refugees, living in both countries. "These two countries are among the continent’s largest hosts of refugees, with millions of people urgently needing assistance. "Our new funding will help both those already displaced and the new arrivals into Kenya and Uganda," Christos Stylianides, EU commissioner for humanitarian aid and crisis management said.
#inthenews Several Cabinet and principal secretaries are among top government officials involved in Sh60 billion corruption cases currently at various stages. Also being investigated for corruption and other economic crimes, according to Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji, are two serving governors and five sitting MPs. Haji, who made the revelations yesterday when he appeared before the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee chaired by Baringo North MP William Cheptumo yesterday, said former CSs and PSs are also under the radar in the fight against corruption that has continued to drain public resources.