Reality dawns on ABABU as his money runs out after Jubilee rejected him - He’s now broke

Tuesday September 13, 2016 - Embattled Budalangi MP, Ababu Namwamba, is in a serious financial quagmire and pecuniary crisis weeks after ditching ODM and badmouthing his political godfather - former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.


Sources close to the Budalangi MP have intimated to us that he is broke and may be contemplating going back to ODM and beg Raila to forgive and accept him back.

Namwamba is said to be so broke to the extent that he cannot afford to fund the recruitment drive of his own party.

His troubles were compounded by...

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  1. If someone stops bootlicking raila,he/she is branded a big enemy.You idiots who lick raila's ass will never see light.Jaluo will never be liberated because of worshiping their idol and devil worshiper raila

  2. confused teenage MP

  3. Now his wife who misled him to ditch ODM can come for his rescue.Lo!Pride comes before a fall.Mmmmmm A third force,an idea whose time has come,Mulembe/Luhya consciousness,Luhya unity etc(end of thinking capacity.Has any of these imaginations come true?

  4. By LILLIAN MUTAVI

    Doctors in Nairobi have downed their tools to protest against non-payment of their salary for the last six months.

    The Doctors whose strike is in a hushed protest as they fear intimidation was leaked by the secretary general of the doctors’ union, Dr Ouma Olunga, during the health summit held at the State House.

    Dr Olunga told the Nation that apart from salary arrears, the workers are also expressed displeasure over delayed promotions, and that the doctor’s NHIF deductions had not been remitted over the last eight months.

    “We are a public service club. Doctors in Nairobi haven’t been paid in six months, promotions not done and the doctors NHIF deduction not remitted for eight months,” said Dr Olunga.

    The Nairobi branch Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Union Thuranira Kaugiria said on phone said that the strike started on Sunday midnight after the county failed to implement the MOU signed in October 2015 following the county wide strike.

    He said that the county and the doctors signed a return to work formula that was never implemented to date.

    “Last year in October we were on strike and we signed a return to work agreement which was to be implemented the next month to date the county just kept quiet,”said Thuranira.

    SECRET STRIKE

    He added that they want doctors who are on probation to be employed permanently. He said that there are over 128 doctors who are yet to be promoted since 2011.

    “The County has been paying the salaries for the previous month the next month after the 10th. We will not allow that to continue,” he said

    Thuranira added that they had involved the county on talks but failed to reach an agreement hence the strike.

    He added that the county was not prioritizing the issue as they are currently in Mombasa with the County Assembly implementation committee.

    Speaking on phone, the Nairobi County Assembly health committee chairman Manoah Mboku said that the doctors had started a secret strike after the county failed to honor a memorandum of understanding they had entered with it.

    Mr Manoah said that they harmonization of salary was supposed to implemented by now but the county remain mum.

    Mr Manoah said that if the strike is not handled it will spread to the nurses who are threatening to down their tools. The Nairobi County Executive Health Bernard Muia said they will release a statement on Wednesday.

  5. By LILLIAN MUTAVI

    Doctors in Nairobi have downed their tools to protest against non-payment of their salary for the last six months.

    The Doctors whose strike is in a hushed protest as they fear intimidation was leaked by the secretary general of the doctors’ union, Dr Ouma Olunga, during the health summit held at the State House.

    Dr Olunga told the Nation that apart from salary arrears, the workers are also expressed displeasure over delayed promotions, and that the doctor’s NHIF deductions had not been remitted over the last eight months.

    “We are a public service club. Doctors in Nairobi haven’t been paid in six months, promotions not done and the doctors NHIF deduction not remitted for eight months,” said Dr Olunga.

    The Nairobi branch Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Union Thuranira Kaugiria said on phone said that the strike started on Sunday midnight after the county failed to implement the MOU signed in October 2015 following the county wide strike.

    He said that the county and the doctors signed a return to work formula that was never implemented to date.

    “Last year in October we were on strike and we signed a return to work agreement which was to be implemented the next month to date the county just kept quiet,”said Thuranira.

    SECRET STRIKE

    He added that they want doctors who are on probation to be employed permanently. He said that there are over 128 doctors who are yet to be promoted since 2011.

    “The County has been paying the salaries for the previous month the next month after the 10th. We will not allow that to continue,” he said

    Thuranira added that they had involved the county on talks but failed to reach an agreement hence the strike.

    He added that the county was not prioritizing the issue as they are currently in Mombasa with the County Assembly implementation committee.

    Speaking on phone, the Nairobi County Assembly health committee chairman Manoah Mboku said that the doctors had started a secret strike after the county failed to honor a memorandum of understanding they had entered with it.

    Mr Manoah said that they harmonization of salary was supposed to implemented by now but the county remain mum.

    Mr Manoah said that if the strike is not handled it will spread to the nurses who are threatening to down their tools. The Nairobi County Executive Health Bernard Muia said they will release a statement on Wednesday.

  6. By LILLIAN MUTAVI

    Doctors in Nairobi have downed their tools to protest against non-payment of their salary for the last six months.

    The Doctors whose strike is in a hushed protest as they fear intimidation was leaked by the secretary general of the doctors’ union, Dr Ouma Olunga, during the health summit held at the State House.

    Dr Olunga told the Nation that apart from salary arrears, the workers are also expressed displeasure over delayed promotions, and that the doctor’s NHIF deductions had not been remitted over the last eight months.

    “We are a public service club. Doctors in Nairobi haven’t been paid in six months, promotions not done and the doctors NHIF deduction not remitted for eight months,” said Dr Olunga.

    The Nairobi branch Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Union Thuranira Kaugiria said on phone said that the strike started on Sunday midnight after the county failed to implement the MOU signed in October 2015 following the county wide strike.

    He said that the county and the doctors signed a return to work formula that was never implemented to date.

    “Last year in October we were on strike and we signed a return to work agreement which was to be implemented the next month to date the county just kept quiet,”said Thuranira.

    SECRET STRIKE

    He added that they want doctors who are on probation to be employed permanently. He said that there are over 128 doctors who are yet to be promoted since 2011.

    “The County has been paying the salaries for the previous month the next month after the 10th. We will not allow that to continue,” he said

    Thuranira added that they had involved the county on talks but failed to reach an agreement hence the strike.

    He added that the county was not prioritizing the issue as they are currently in Mombasa with the County Assembly implementation committee.

    Speaking on phone, the Nairobi County Assembly health committee chairman Manoah Mboku said that the doctors had started a secret strike after the county failed to honor a memorandum of understanding they had entered with it.

    Mr Manoah said that they harmonization of salary was supposed to implemented by now but the county remain mum.

    Mr Manoah said that if the strike is not handled it will spread to the nurses who are threatening to down their tools. The Nairobi County Executive Health Bernard Muia said they will release a statement on Wednesday.

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