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Sakaja Johnson
The Senator of Nairobi, Kenya 🇰🇪
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H i s t o r yK E 11h
On this day, I wish all fathers a This photo of Mr. and Mrs. Bildad Kaggia and their son Mwaganu was taken 68 years ago (1951).
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Akinwumi A. Adesina Jun 14
Toronto Raptors win NBA Championship and make history! Masai Ujiri, President of Toronto Raptors is a Nigerian and Kenyan. He brings glory to Africa. Africa shines! Africa is so proud of you! Great job my friend!🙌🏼👍🏼
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Sakaja Johnson Jun 13
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KIPCHUMBA MURKOMEN, E.G.H Jun 13
If the N.Assembly proceeds to debate&pass the Budget estimates&Appropriation Bill before the passage of a Division of Revenue Bill that is agreeable to both houses,then it will be a violation of the Constitution.DoR is a condition precedent to budgeting at both levels of govt
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Sakaja Johnson Jun 13
I don’t know whether you heard or didn’t. But I did.
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Sakaja Johnson Jun 12
Replying to @Asmali77
Toa kofia ukizungumza na mzee jamaa
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Kenyans.co.ke Jun 11
Join us in wishing a Happy 60th Birthday 🎂 to Margaret Ogola. She won the 1995 Commonwealth Writer’s Prize for the ‘Best First Book in Africa’ with ‘The River and the Source,’ a novel which follows the inter-related lives of 4 generations of women in pre and post-colonial Kenya.
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Amondi Agutu Jun 12
We are 1 Million Strong 💪🏾
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NBA on TNT Jun 11
As the gets ready to defend its title, let's look back at the Inside guys' (lack of) soccer skills. 😂⚽️
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Mzalendo Jun 11
There are many men out there who do not have structures to speak-
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Mzalendo Jun 11
Replying to @SakajaJohnson
We need to do a lot in this house for the boy child to make them speak out on mental illness-
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Mzalendo Jun 11
We must also make sure there's community-based care. What is the pressure we have in society, is it something that can be prevented or we're turning a blind eye? -
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Mzalendo Jun 11
In Feb this year, said there were 99, 840 outpatient visits for mental illnesses. If this number went to report mental issues despite the stigma, imagine how many more who are suffering silently -
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Mzalendo Jun 11
Replying to @SakajaJohnson
The stigma associated with mental illness is preventing us from receiving the support we need to overcome this challenge-
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Sakaja Johnson Jun 11
Hosted Senators from Kisumu, Machakos, Laikipia, Nandi and Sen Falhada as we met representatives of 47 County Public Service Boards. We discussed their challenges and a bill that aims to ensure an efficient and vibrant public service in our counties. will be tabling the bill soon
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Sakaja Johnson Jun 11
Great welcoming Paul who, together with the ICC church, are running a transformational mentorship program in more than 20 Primary schools in Nairobi. Was great listening to great insights and I look forward to the continued partnership.
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Jeff Kuria Jun 10
We had a very interesting conversation this morning with Senator Sakaja The Role of a Senator Referendum Nairobi County Thank you for coming Hon Sakaja.
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Mzalendo Jun 10
The Equitable Share is an entitlement of the county government not a favor by the National Government - Dr Mutakha Kangu
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Sakaja Johnson Jun 5
Replying to @Brianmbunde @iWateba
Well done bro
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Sakaja Johnson Jun 4
Replying to @SwaitheraMwangi
That must have been a 🔝 week
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