The Gatundu Residents staged demonstrations today over the pollution of Water sources in the region as they urged the government to intervene. The police officers were forced to lob teargas to disperse the people who burnt tyres on the roads that caused traffic jam. The residents called out the deputy president Hon.
President William Ruto chose to name his cabinet that represented the face of Kenya. Where he did not sideline any region with Raila's Luo Nyanza backyard landing the ICT ministerial docket. Which will be led by Raila's former strategist turned Ruto's ally, Eliud Owalo.
The National Police Service - NPS, clarified that a post purporting that the Inspector General nominee Japhet Koome overturned orders issued during outgoing police boss Hillary Mutyambai is misleading. On Wednesday, September 28, NPS distanced itself from the reports that Koome had ordered that salaries and allowances that had been stripped from graduate police officers be reinstated.
There was standoff at Samburu county assembly after a section of MCAs affiliated to Azimio refused to be sworn.The MCAs staged protest after the allegedly claimed that one of their own (Azimio MCA) name was not on the voting list. They refused to enter the chambers of the county assembly despite numerous calls from the county clerk asking them to take the oath of office.They boycotted the process and accused the clerk for intentionally omitting the name of one of their own from the voting list.
Today, residents of Gatundu held protests to draw attention to the government's failure to address the contamination of the area's water supplies. Police officials had to launch tear gas canisters to disperse the crowds of individuals who had been burning tyres on the roads, causing a backup of vehicles.
The charity, which runs a cow shelter in India's western state of Gujarat, has released thousands of cows in protest at the lack of promised government aid. Videos of cows passing by government buildings have gone viral. The protesters have threatened to boycott the upcoming state elections if the government fails to provide funds.
The Full Supreme Verdict: The Supreme Court urges changes to the way the IEBC operates. Judges found that IEBC's deficiencies prevented it from operating at its best. Police used tear gas to disperse MPs protesting outside the IEBC offices in Azimio. MPs demonstrate against Ruth Kulundu's detention.
Narc Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua and Raila Odinga's running mate have fired in protest of the Supreme Court Judgment against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission as new details emerge. After the reports on the Supreme Court’s recommendations to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC, Martha Karua has taken to her social media a controversial post terming the Judgement by Chief Justice Martha Koome as "Hot Air" just like they had referred to the issue raised by Lawyer Julie Soweto on the involvement of Venezuelan National Jose Carmargo in the alleged election malpractices.
Today in the evening, reports have emerged that the police officers in Nairobi were forced to use teargas over what Azimio MPs did within Nairobi today. As seen from the publication issued by the Nation Africa, police had no otherwise but to use teargas to disperse the rowdy Mps who were protesting outside IEBC offices.
Lawmakers allied with Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Coalition have given the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) 24 hours to reinstate embattled Deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu. Ruaraka MP Tom Kajwang, after leading a protest in front of the Jubilee Towers where the IEBC offices are located, called on the electoral body to recall their back failure, prompting them to lash out at IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati and CEO Marjan Hussein Marjan should take action.
Azimio Members of Parliaments led by Ruaraka lawmaker TJ Kajwang were today teargassed as armed police officers blocked them from accessing Anniversary towers to protest the interdiction of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC Deputy Chief Executive Officer CEO Ruth Kulundu. The legislators had accused IEBC of victimising Kulundu for not conforming to the will of her bosses after the August 9 presidential poll.
Full Supreme Verdict:Supreme court recommends reforms in IEBC operations.Judges said flaws undermined optimal functioning of IEBC. Azimio IEBC Protest:Police lob teargas to disperse MPs protesting at IEBC offices.MPs protesting interdiction of Deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu. Port Operations:KPA effects President's directive on port operations.Importers can now choose port of clearance for their goods.Importers can select mode of transportation of cleared goods.
Azimio La Umoja MPs today were not happy with how the IEBC deputy CEO was Ruth Kulundu was detained from work. They therefore held a demonstration today demanding for justice. As they marched to the IEBC offices to protest the detention of Deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu, a group of protesters led by numerous Azimio la Umoja MPs engaged in running skirmishes with the police.
Today several members of parliament led by TJ Kajwang made a demonstration to the IEBC offices. Accompanied by hundreds of people majority of who were youths the police were forced to use teargas to disperse them. During a conversation with police Kajwang was asked to explain the need for the huge crowds if he only sought to visit IEBC offices for a conversation like he had earlier claimed after he found the gates closed.
Azimio's friend, H.E Martha Karua, who doubles as Kenya's NARC party leader, on her official Twitter account, reported Kenyan police Lob Teargas at the IEBC office to prevent protests against Ruth Kulundu's sacking A section of Azimio Members of Parliament protested at the IEBC office following the sacking of Ruth Kulundu.
From the recent events, it's clear that Azimio la Umoja is yet to accept defeat after the court nullified it's petition against William Ruto. Today, members of this Party matched straight to the IEBC headquarters at Anniversary Towers. The demonstrations were meant to challenge the IEBC led by its boss Wafula Chebukati over the interdiction of deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu.
Nairobi protests by Azimio MPs. Following the decision by azimio la umoja one Kenya alliance party MPs to protest on Monday, the interdiction of the independent electoral and boundary commission deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu has taken on a new twist. To protest her interdiction, which they deemed unconstitutional, the members of Parliament, led by Ruaraka MP TJ Kajwang, marched to the IEBC's offices at Anniversary Towers.
Today being Monday, Police Officers based in Nairoy were forced to use teargas to disperse a rioting group of 'Azimio la Umoja' MPs and supporters who were marching to the offices of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). Highly trained officers block Member of Parliament led by Ruaraka legislator TJ Kajwang from entering Anniversary Towers to protest interdiction of Ruth Kulundu.
Leaders of the Azimio la Umoja Coalition have criticized the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) for preventing Deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu from leaving. The protestors outside the IEBC headquarters at Anniversary Towers on Monday said that CEO Marjan Hussein and Chairman Wafula Chebukati had undermined the improvements made to Kenya's election system since 2007.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition members of parliament today publicly went to the independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission offices demanding that Chebukati and his members be questioned.The members of parliament said that they did not like the manner in which the Commission conducted the August General Elections. The members of parliament who were obviously not impressed by how the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission conducted the August General said that they want massive change in the Commission's management.The angry members of parliament said that their party leader Mr Raila Amollo Odinga lost the August General only because the Commission did not conduct their work diligently or else they would have won the elections.Further led by Otiende Amollo they said that unless the Commission changed its management Kenyans would never have an honest General Elections.Tell us what you think in the comments sections as well as like and share our page so that we keep updating you with the latest news as they emerge.