The former prime minister, Raila Odinga, is expected in Thika tomorrow (Saturday, January 14) for Azimio la Umoja campaign trail. The event which is duped 'Azimio la Umoja Vijana Edition' is expected to bring together all Mt Kenya leaders who support the handshake.
A file photo of Raila Odinga. Former Thika town constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Alice Ng'ang'a has asked police officers to arrest a those who will try to disrupt Raila Odinga's rally in Thika this Saturday. According to her, Kenyans should feel free to attend the rally where Raila Odinga will officially declare the route to his presidential candidature in the forthcoming presidential elections.
Supporters of the UDA party have been urged to attend a rally set to be held by Deputy President William Ruto's main rival in Thika on Saturday. ODM leader Raila Odinga will be in the town on the mentioned day and is expected to use the rally to kick off his presidential campaigns for August poll.
Photos used to illustrate The political campaigns are still ongoing as aspirants explore their readiness to vie for different leadership seats.However the ODM leader Raila Odinga is among the presidential aspirants expected in the ballot during August election.He has been visiting different locations to reveal his political plans and his interests.However the Azimio la Umoja team is set to visit Thika town tomorrow for a political meeting.Preparations are ongoing within the town to ensure effective rally.
Thika Constituency politics have begun to gain momentum with two rivals former Member of Parliament Honourable Alice Ng'ang'a and Bishop David Kariuki Gakuyo, sparking verbal exchanges. The former Thika MP Alice Ng'ang'a led more than 200 women in a demonstration against Bishop David Gakuyo's remarks, which he made recently when he allegedly insulted a former councillor in Thika.
Bishop in trouble as Women protest over his remarks that were abusive to the former MP in Thika town
The Political season in the country is slowly approaching as aspirants have began declaring interest in various elective positions. The IEBC has officially rolled out the campaign dates as the general elections approach. The owner of Ekeza Sacco and Bishop Gakuyo has hit the headlines for insults he hailed so Alice Nganga.
A beehive of activities has dominated the political arena as leaders decamp from one faction to the other in efforts to save their political careers. More alignments and realignments are expected to take place as the 2022 election nears. The deputy president, William Ruto, has continued to enjoy immense support from Mt Kenya region.
DP Ruto had today taken his campaigns to the Mount Kenya region. Ruto and his allies like Duale, Ichung'wah Alice Ng'ang'a toured Thika and Kiambu to hunt for votes. However the vocal allies attacked Charity Ngilu, Raila Odinga, Alfred Mutua claiming that Raila cannot win the Ukambani votes through them.
Lawyer Charles Munyui. Renowned lawyer Charles Munyui has reacted after the former Thika Town MP ditched Jubilee party to join UDA party. Alice Ng'ang'a declared her support for William Ruto and UDA party on Saturday in Thika town. According to Munyui, he knows Alice as a clean politician who follows her principles and he never thought at any one time she would ditch Jubilee party to join UDA.
Photo(Courtesy) It is always an honour and privilege whenever one is gifted a reward, an appreciation present.Indeed when an individual expresses a heart of kindness he/she impresses many people who feels recognized.However it was a pleasure among the young mothers from This consistency, after former MP Alice Ng'ang'a visited them.Nganga who offered various items to them, met them physically at Thika Level 5 Hospital early today.It was an incidence that aroused joy among the mothers who in turn expressed their gratitude towards MP Ng'ang'a.However they privileged to receive various presents and Christmas gifts from their former leader.
Another Jubilee fervent fan joins the UDA Party, which is associated with Deputy President William Ruto, dealing another blow to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his ruling Jubilee Party. PHOTO /COURTESY After nearly five years in the political wilderness, Alice Ng'ang'a, a former Thika Member of Parliament who was defeated by Wainana Was Jungle, has joined the UDA.
Even as Deputy President William Ruto embarks on his six-day Mt Kenya forays, a number of leaders from the region accompanied him on Saturday, when he toured Thika in Kiambu county. Among those present from the mountain includes Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa, Thika town MP Patrick Wainaina, John Njuguna Wanjiku (Kiambaa), former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu, Isaac Mwaura, and former Thika town MP Alice Ng'anga among many others.
Over time, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoe Ruto have been getting some new members on his UDA party. For the last few weeks, this UDA Party have been welcoming new allies where of late, hon Alice Nganga, the former member of parliament for Thika town joined this party during Dp Ruto's rally in kiambu county.
Over time, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoe Ruto have been getting some new members on his UDA party from the Mount Kenya region. The latest Mount Kenya leader to join UDA Party was governor Ann Waiguru who ditched Jubilee Party for this new party.
"Ingia Tu Hivo" UDA Continues to Reap Big As Another Top Leader, Former Thika MP Joins DP Ruto Camp.
The political arena has become a swarm of activity as leaders decamp from one faction to the next in an attempt to salvage their political careers. As the election of 2022 approaches, more realignments and alignments are predicted. William Ruto, the deputy president, has continued to get overwhelming support from the Mt Kenya region.
|Photo Courtesy Of DP Ruto's Rally In Nakuru On 25/11/2021| Ruto's prophesy on July that come November, 2021 there will be a scramble for UDA seems to be a reality. As witnessed, many leader's have so far ditched their parties and joined UDA i.e.
Today, Deputy President Willam Ruto and his United Democratic Alliance batallion piched camp at Thika Constituency in Kiambu County. The political leaders preached the Bottom-Up economic model agenda to the people and also popularized Ruto's 2022 presidential bid. Another thing that happened at the constituency is a new leader being welcomed to the UDA fold, she is none other that Hon Alice Ng'ang'a, former Member of Parliament for Thika.
As the 2022 general elections get closer, various leaders have been stranded on the parties to join in order to emerge victorious in the 2022 polls. Various leaders from Mt. Kenya region have shown interest in the deputy president's camp and therefore opted to defect there.
Former Thika MP Alice Ng'ang'a has officially joined United Democratic Alliance (UDA) after remaining politically mum since she was trounced in 2017. Ng'ang'a was beaten by Patrick Wainaina who garnered 58,286 votes or 52.57 per cent of votes cast against hers 52,115 (47 per cent) while George Murito was third with 477 votes, representing 0.43 per cent of the votes cast.
DP Ruto and his allies have today toured Kiambu County to campaign for his presidential bid and popularise his bottom-up economic ideology. The second in command was in the company of some of his vocal allies like Kimani Ichung'wah and other female lawmakers. Former Thika Town MP, Alice Ng'ang'a was among that joined Ruto and vowed to take back her seat.