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DAILY POST: SHAME as Senior Government staff is recorded having SEX with her driver in her office, the SEX VIDEO leaks



Tuesday, January 22, 2019 – There are rumours going
round on social media that the Director of Budget in the Ministry of Planning and
Regional Development in the Zimbabwean Government was recorded having sex with
her driver in  her office and the sex tape leaked.
The clip is being shared across social media groups, heavily tainting the
image of the illustrious woman.

Have a sneak preview at the spreading rumour as we dig more on this story,

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Irrigation board loses Sh200 billion dam tender case

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The National Irrigation Board has once again been ordered to evaluate and award a Sh200 billion tender for the High Grand Falls Dam in Kitui and Tharaka-Nithi counties to a British consortium than won the contract.

For a record fifth time, the Public Procurement Administrative Review Board (PPARB) heard and determined the tendering dispute in favour of London-based GBM Engineering and ordered the NIB to conclude the procurement process in 14 days.

In a ruling delivered on Thursday evening, the board, chaired by lawyer Faith Waigwa, set aside an earlier decision by NIB rejecting the British firm’s bid and declared it null and void.

The NIB lost the appeal to cancel the tender and was ordered to re-evaluate specific clauses of both the technical and financial proposals, which formed the basis of the suit, as the tender validity was extended by 45 days.

“That the procuring entity is directed to re-evaluate the technical proposal on the Clause 2.7.1 (4) of the Request for Proposal document and the financial proposal within 14 days, having regard to the tribunal findings,” the ruling read.

In the verdict, PPARB expressed regrets that NIB seemed hell-bent to determine the tendering process in a particular way and award the contract to a firm of their choice instead of giving all bidders an equal and fair chance.

The ruling, which also slapped NIB with an order to pay Sh300,000 as costs of the suit, appeared to rebuke the State agency over claims of alleged mishandling of the tendering process by the British firm.

“The procuring entity is ordered to pay Sh300,000 to the applicant as costs of the suit,” Ms Kagwa said in her ruling.

The latest ruling is significant because it closes the long-standing argument by NIB that accused GBM Engineering of not showing proof of ownership in their tender documents.

In a letter dated February 14 and addressed to Mr Michael Short, GBM Engineering’s chief executive officer, NIB general manager Gitonga Mugambi dismissed the whole tender, saying the British firm’s bid had failed in the fresh technical evaluation.

“Your tender failed in the technical evaluation stage because you didn’t provide proof of ownership or capacity to hire — in form of logbooks and signed lease agreements,” the letter read.

Interestingly, Mr Mugambi referred to the same issues that formed the basis of the tender dispute, and which on four occasions had been heard and determined by the PPARB, prompting the latest appeal.

However, in Thursday’s ruling, PPARB said it had established that P.I. Makina, manufacturers of heavy equipment in Europe, are part of the consortium bidding for the contract.

Ms Waigwa extended the tender validity period by 45 days to enable NIB evaluate the bidder’s financial proposal and its capacity to undertake the project under the fund, design, build, own, operate and transfer model.

The ruling is a big win for the British consortium, which wanted NIB officials held to account for failing to comply with the orders of the procurement review board and for contravening various tendering laws.

The Sh300,000 in costs awarded to the consortium brings to Sh550,000 the money NIB has to pay the bidder, some as fines for disobeying the PPARB orders.

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Chinese national who is at home growing moringa in dry Makueni

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At the foot of the enchanting Kiou Hills, situated between Salama and Sultan Hamud townships along the Mombasa-Nairobi highway, sits an expansive moringa farm.

The magnificent farm opposite Kwothithu market teems with 1,400  bushes and belongs to Mr Changhong Li, a Chinese.

The businessman is making locals rethink the value of their land in the semi-arid region as his moringa trees sway with heavy seed pods and white flowers. A team of 32 workers with sacks strapped on their backs is harvesting the seeds and the flowers, which Mr Changhong exports.

“Moringa is a special plant whose products are in high demand across the world. It does well in hot and dry conditions like here,” says the 44-year-old.

Mr Changhong arrived in Kenya in 2008 following heightened Chinese interest in the country as a trade and investment destination.

His interests were in aloe vera, castor seeds, macadamia nuts, pyrethrum and sisal fibre, which he often shipped home.

He stands out from most of his countrymen who mainly settle for road works, mineral prospecting, real estate, wildlife trophies, and  building of the standard gauge railway line.

“I grew up in the Chinese countryside to farming parents, I loved agriculture early in my life. I actively assisted my parents to grow rice, wheat, maize and pyrethrum throughout my school and college days,” says Mr Changhong, who studied international trade at university. From his 25 acres, the businessman harvests 15 tonnes of moringa, which he sells to Botanical Extracts Ltd based at the Athi River EPZ for processing and export.

He also buys aloe vera, moringa  and castor seeds from farmers in the country and across the region to add to what he produces himself, sorts them at a depot in Embakasi, Nairobi, before they are processed at the EPZ firm. “The market for aloe vera, moringa and castor oils in China is huge because of the country’s big population and vibrant economy. Moringa is medicinal,” says Mr Changhon.

But how did he choose to farm in Makueni? “One day I was travelling on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway with an application on my iPhone that could help me identify the most suitable place to grow moringa. I stopped at Kiongwani when the app showed that the place was 1,500 metres above sea level and the temperature was 15 degrees Celsius. These were ideal conditions for the tree. I asked a local if I could get some moringa trees and they showed me around,” he recalls.

Later, he met chief Daniel Munyao who told him that castor and moringa trees thrived in the area. Mr Munyao helped him acquire land, says Mr Changhong, a founder member and  executive vice-president of the Kenya Chinese Chamber of Commerce (KCCC), an organisation that promotes the welfare of the Chinese business community in the country. There are more than 500 Chinese companies doing business in Kenya, says the farmer.

“They should give back to communities as a way of showing responsibility for the welfare of Kenyans,” says the businessman who recently led a mission to distribute books at Kwale Primary School in Makueni County.

“I like it here. Kenyans are very hard-working and resilient,” says Mr Changhong, who travels home often.

In China, he says, it is not easy for farmers to get sizeable land to grow crops. Kenya has not scratched the surface of its potential in agriculture and business but it is on the right track, he says.

The father of  two plans to set up a factory near his farm to process moringa, a move that has seen him acquire land and recruit neighbours to grow aloe vera, castor and moringa. He has been offering them free seedlings and assuring them of a ready market.

“We have accepted Mr Changhong as one of our own. He is a valuable member of this community because he has created many jobs,” says Mr  Munyao, the Kwale area chief.

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Armed groups get four posts in new C. Africa govt

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The new government of Central Africa, appointed by presidential decree on Friday, includes ministers from armed groups that signed last month’s peace deal.

Under the provisions of a peace accord — signed in the CAR capital Bangui on February 6 — President Faustin-Archange Touadera agreed to form an “inclusive” government.

But within weeks, the deal was under strain — five militia groups either pulled out of the new government or rejected its makeup.

Four members of the armed groups who were signatories to the deal are now in government.

They include Abdoulaye Miskine, head of the Democratic Front of the Central African People (FDPC), who becomes minister in charge of modernisation.

Mr Miskine is a former ally of the Seleka rebels, an armed coalition of Islamist groups who seized power in the CAR capital Bangui between March and December 2013.

The bulk of the appointments announced earlier however, remain unchanged, in particular the main ministries.

The peace deal — the eighth since 2012 in the conflict-wracked, impoverished state — brought together the CAR government and 14 armed groups who control most of the country.

In addition to an inclusive government, the agreement called for a series of confidence-building measures, such as establishing joint patrols and the creation of a truth and justice commission within 90 days.

CAR has been struggling to recover from the bloodletting that erupted when former president Francois Bozize, a Christian, was overthrown in 2013 by the Seleka rebels.

Former colonial ruler France intervened militarily under a UN mandate, pushing the Seleka from power, and a 12,000-strong UN peacekeeping mission, known as MINUSCA, was established to help restore stability.

Despite the elections in 2016 that brought Mr Touadera to power, the country remains convulsed by violence.

Armed groups, typically claiming to defend an ethnic or religious group, control about 80 percent of the CAR, often fighting over access to the country’s mineral wealth.

The conflict has left thousands dead and forced a quarter of the population of 4.5 million from their homes.

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