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Why we failed - IEBC, Brother framed sister as terrorist, Singing cop: Your Breakfast Briefing

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Former Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe has lifted the lid on the dealings that saw many aspiring politicians lose out at the 2017 party nominations.

The politician sensationally

Good Morning.

Former Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe has lifted the lid on the dealings that saw many aspiring politicians lose out at the 2017 party nominations.

The politician sensationally claimed there was a team that was hellbent on imposing their preferred candidates on the electorate.

Here are the stories making headlines in the Star this Thursday morning.

How Chebukati plans to conduct 2022 elections

The Wafula Chebukati-led IEBC has made a raft of proposals to seal endemic loopholes in an elaborate strategy to secure the 2022 presidential polls.

Plagued by systemic failures in election management over the years, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has come up with an action plan that is seen as key to redeeming its ragged image.

In the commission’s 2017 post-election evaluation report obtained exclusively by the Star, the IEBC proposes that to ensure proper poll preparations, commissioners must be in office at least two years to elections.

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NASA lied about server access - IEBC

The IEBC has reignited the election servers controversy, saying the National Super Alliance lied to Kenyans that its experts were denied access.

In its internal post-evaluation report, IEBC claims NASA accessed the servers 34 times through one John Walubengo before the August 8, 2017, poll results were released.

This was after making 54 attempts, 20 of them unsuccessful.

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Brother found guilty of framing sister as a terrorist to take over property

They say blood is thicker than water, but in recent times, water has become thicker than blood.

Two siblings at the Coast have been battling in court for years over criminal and civil cases, all revolving around wealth.

At the heart of the controversy are property estimated at more than Sh100 million. Both lay claim to the property and they don't see eye-to-eye, unless during court cases.

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Cop still singing 15 years after joining police service

A police officer in Uasin Gishu has not given up on his music talent, despite serving in the police force for 15 years.

Danson Njuguna, popularly known as Kulmax, was born into a humble family of nine in Murang'a.

"My mum is Veronica Wahu and my father Abolomon Njuguna," Kulmax said.

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Farmer earns Sh130,000 a month from eggplant thanks to irrigation

Irrigation projects in Meru and Tharaka Nithi counties have enabled farmers to take up horticulture and significantly increase their incomes.

James Mwenda, for instance, has been smiling all the way to the bank after ditching bananas to farm eggplants, commonly known as biringanya.

“I have been planting eggplants for five years, and compared to bananas, they fetch better prices. I also get higher yields from a small portion of land,” he said.

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