Bonnie Musambi of KBC has spoken to Kenyans, driving away the worry from friends. According to his post on Facebook, Bonnie revealed that he has been touched by many concerns about his wellbeing. He thanked the many goodhearted Kenyans for reaching out to him. He also expressed his acceptance of the election results as he wrote that life is going in very well.
Results from the Tuesday, August 9 elections results continue to stream in from different polling stations with several candidates having already conceded defeat. With the presidential results being the utmost priority, kenyans are also keen on certain politicians who gave considerable influence in the country. In this article we take a look at some of the candidates who have already conceded and accepted defeat.
Ngunjiri Wambugu, outgoing Nyeri constituency member of Parliament, has now come to to disagree with the parliamentary results at his constituency. Ngunjiri, on his Facebook page, has asked to know how the registered number of voters differed from the number of people who turned out to vote that day.
Brighton Yegon Makes History As only Mp In Bomet To Be Re-elected And Breaks One Term Jinx In Konoin
Residents of Kaptebengwet in celebratory mood after mp-elect declared the winner in the just concluded election. Photo by Wabende. There was jubilations at Kaptebengwet township on Thursday night after residents poured into the township's street to celebrate the winning of the elect-mp Mr Brighton Yegon as the mp of konoin constituency.
Tallying of votes is underway across all parts of the country with most of the constituencies having already announced the members of Parliament results and that of members of county assembly. Below are members of parliament who have been declared winners in the ongoing general elections. 1. Brighton Yegon
The August General Elections is here with us with millions of Kenyans tuning in their tv stations to get the tallying of the results that is being broadcast live for the millions to see. At the constituency level, tallying is also ongoing and different Members of Parliament are conceding defeat while others are doing their celebrations across the country.
Anne Waiguru, Oscar Sudi, Aisha Jumwa, Johnson Sakaja, John Waluke, Samuel Arama, Muthomi Njuki, Evans Kidero, Okoth Obado, Mohammed Ali, Ghodana Dhadho, Ali Korane and Mburu Mwangi are at risk of being barred from being sworn into office over integrity cases in case they win electoral seats in the next week's polls.
Yesterday Kenyans turned out to vote in for their preferred candidates in different post in the coming government for the next five years. In the yesterday exercise, Kenyans witnessed a lot of dramas and some chaos in different parts of the country. Photo courtesy This evening we have received news that former Nandi Hills member of parliament Hon.
Gatundu South member of Parliament Moses Kuria has become the first gubernatorial candidate to concede defeat in the Kiambu gubernatorial quest after sensing defeat as he has thanked all the voters who have voted him in the last eight years after working in the public sector. Taking it to his Facebook account, the lawmaker claimed that he will now head to private sector happily having served Gatundu South as a member of Parliament for the last eight years..
Panic has gripped a popular national coalition following reports of a mole that has been feeding information to the rival formation. This emerged after a revelation that one of the aspiring members of parliament had been bribed to step down in favor of an opponent from the competing coalition.
Kenyans from different parts of the country have traveled from one place to another for voting exercise.They are traveling to go home and vote ahead of the election day Tuesday.They are going to exercise their rights as Kenyans. Bus stops have been flooded with Kenyans traveling upcountry to beat the stated time.With so many people traveling Kenyans have decried hiking of bus fare by matatu owners.
A popular member of parliament is staring at a bleak political future after his competitors turned electorates against him. The man who used to enjoy a comfortable lead is now struggling to catch up with his opponents. Opinion polls have been placing him in a distant third position.
A member of parliament from one of the constituencies in Nairobi City County has sought the help of a veteran city politician as he seeks to retain his seat. This is after a formidable opponent threatened to dethrone him in the upcoming general elections. The parliamentarian was doing well until the entrance of this rival who gradually became a darling of the electorates.
Following Russian President Vladimir Putin's harsh warning to the West on Russian oil, bad news has emerged today. Since the crisis in Ukraine began as a result of sharp price hikes in a range of goods, including food and fuel, the intensity of the conflict has been felt around the world.
The Russian Ukrainian War which was expected to last only a few days or weeks is now in its fifth month. The initial invasion although largely predicted by US President Joe Biden was horrifying in its intensity and scale. Russia intended to conqure Kiev but failed due to strong Ukrainian resistance supported by Western supplied weapons.
The race to statehouse is attracting all political players across the country. Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen on 9th August Polls. Time is moving with speed and tension is building across the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see how elections will turn out.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is because of meet his Russian partner, Vladimir Putin, in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi. An equitable finished up bargain on opening up Ukrainian grain, alongside Russian support for another Turkish hostile against Syrian Kurdish powers will be on the plan.
Wundanyi Constituency is currently a hotbed of intensive political activities and campaigns as aspirants seeking to unseat Incumbent member of parliament Hon Danson Mwakuwona Mwashako jostle to popularise their candidature 9 days to elections day. The seat has attracted four aspirants namely Simon Mwachia of Jubilee party, Mathias Mwanganga Mwakiridia an independent candidate, Dennis Mwashako Mwakida of Orange Democratic Movement party all battling to dethrone incumbent who is seeking another term on Wiper Democratic Movement.
The head of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog says he is “alarmed” by Friday’s shelling at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. Zaporizhzhia is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. According to a statement made by Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), revealed that the strikes in Zaporizhzhia symbolized “the the most recent in a long line of steadily more alarming reports” and draw more attention to “the very real risk of a nuclear disaster that could bring more harm to health of the population and the environment, both within and outside Ukraine borders”.
Interior PS Karanja Kibicho now claims that they are aware of threats being used to coerce people into supporting a particular faction. The PS, who responded on social media, urged leaders to focus on persuading voters to support them rather than issuing threats. He warned that those responsible for such threats would be held accountable, while also revealing that a multi-agency team had already been dispatched to handle the situation.