Opinion: Who Between Kabogo, Peter Kenneth, Moses Kuria, Ndindi Nyoro and Alice Wahome Would Make The Best PM?
Building Bridges Intiative Report Bill is seeking to situate that everyone is included in the National cake share, and no Kenyan will ever fight because of an election outcome.It has proposed the office of the Prime Minister, and this brings us to our discussion today.Picture for illustrative purpose.
William Ruto who is the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya held strategic plan meeting to discuss matters 2022. But one thing that caught my eyes was the absence of his vocal close allies from the larger Mt Kenya region. Alice Wahome was absent, Ndindi Nyoro and also Moses Kuria was absent. But why did William Samoei Ruto decide to exclude members from the larger Mt Kenya region in his strategic team? In my considered opinion I strongly believe that Ruto did that to avoid leakages of his strategies to
Deputy President William Ruto has raided President Uhuru Kenyatta's territory as fresh details emerge of what his lieutenants are doing in securing the Mt Kenya region's votes.In a report via social media, Fresh details have emerged that Kandara Member of Parliament Hon Alice Wahome and a staunch supporter of Deputy President William Ruto has kicked off the process of recruiting people from Muranga County, Mt Kenya region in the United Democratic Alliance a party affiliated to Tangatanga Camp a group led by the Second in Command.
After his untimely demise last week, renowned politician from Kandara, PMG has been laid to rest at his home in murang'a county. According to Kandara Mp Alice Wahome, several leaders from Mount kenya attended his burial that was held at the Kandara primary schools grounds. PMG met his death at one of the local hospitals after a short illness, sources indicate that he was suffering from diabetes that could have led to his untimely demise. Alice During the Final Send Off of PMG Kamau (Waruth) at Kandara Primary
PMG Njuguna. Today, April 17, Murang'a politician was laid to rest in an emotional event at his home village in Kandara. PMG Njuguna died on Sunday after a short illness while undergoing treatment in one of Nairobi hospitals. He has been remembered as a bold nationalist who always stood for justice. Among the leaders who attended his burial ceremony include; Moses Kuria, Irungu Kang'ata, Alice Wahome, Jude Njomo among others. All the leaders expressed how they interacted with PMG in different instances. Murang'a
The 2022 presidential election has continued raising hot debates among Mount Kenya top politicians even as division among them continues deepening.Shortly after it emerged that a number of MPs from the region are meeting at Rigathi Gachagua's home in preparation of the power sharing deal with the Deputy President, William Ruto, Uhurus allies have dismissed the meetings.
Hustler Movement linked with Deputy President William Ruto is slowly gaining momentum less than fifteen months before the country goes to the ballot to choose the next administration.Ruto has in several times hinted of using the four-month old party The United Democratic Alliance party as his ticket to 2022 presidential polls.
Hours after a total of 60 Leaders from Mt.Kenya region are reported to have met and agreed on supporting Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 ambitions, a list of the leaders leading positions sharing talks with the DP has been revealed.According to reports, a strong list of 15 leaders from Mt.
Twists of things are arising from the earlier announcement made by the CS Secretary Prof Magoha concerning the schools resumption.The Cs, through the citizen TV tweet on 12 April 2021, confirmed to the students that there will be no change in the school calendar, meaning the students to prepare for may school re-opening.
Mt. Kenya Members of Parliament (MPs) have made fresh demands in support of the Deputy President William Ruto. According to the Daily, the leaders are said to have met to draft economic and political ambitions which they want to be agreed on by the DP before their support in the 2022 General Election. The MPs demanded the DP to pick his running mate from the region and articulate his plans on reviving the economy of the region. MP Rigathi however claimed that the meeting was held due to public demand adding
A section of Members of Parliament from Mt.Kenya region allied to the Deputy President William Ruto have commenced a series of meetings that will culminate into political negotiation for the vote-rich region ahead of 2022 general election. Over 40 legislators from all the 11 Mt.Kenya counties were on Saturday night holed up in a long night meeting at the home of Mathira Member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua, to begin discussions on how to deliver the Mt.Kenya votes to Ruto. According to the sources privy to
Reports emerges that teachers have refused to take the vaccine a head of school resumption next month.According to Peter Ndoro, the CEO of KPSA, " Teachers were reluctant to take the vaccine because of the little understanding of the benefits of the vaccine.We have seen an increased in take of the vaccine because we educated teachers on the benefit of the vaccine," Earlier on, the Cs Magokha reported that the school calendar can not be changed therefore, the school programmes will run as schedule.
Kandara MP Alice Wahome Launches Mass Registration Of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party Members
Kandara MP Alice Wahome Launches Mass Registration Of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party Member's.Friday, 16th April 2021, Nairobi Kenya.The Kandara Member of Parliament Alice Wahome has today officially launched the mass of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party members in her Kandara constituency ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Delegate President William Ruto has attacked President Uhuru Kenyatta' s region as new subtleties arise of what his lieutenants are doing in getting the Mt Kenya locale' s votes. A day after Msambweni MP Feisal Bader dispatched the UDA enrollment crusades in his voting demographic, Kandara Member of Parliament Alice Wahome has today dispatched the activity to her constituents in Murang' a County to extend Ruto' s support base in the region and Mount Kenya Region on the loose. In a report through online media,
The leaders from the Mt. Kenya region supporting the deputy president Hon. William Ruto's presidential bid initiated talks on his plans of reviving the region's economy and position sharing when he becomes victorious. Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua image/courtesy The talks were held at the Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua's Karen residence, steered by Meru Senator Mithika Linturi, Senator John Kinyua(Laikipia), MPs Gachagua(Mathira), Kimani Ichung'wa(Kikuyu), and Alice Wahome(Kandara). The meeting brought together 48-lawmakers
The country’s top newspaper reported that Ruto’s Mt Kenya region allies held meetings with the Uasin Gishu peers for a discussion on how the region would benefit if the DP becomes the President. The dailies also wrote about the recent curfew enforcement exercise that happened on Saturday night, April 17 leaving motorists and passengers stranded for hours along the Thika superhighway road. People Daily This publication reported on the meeting between Ruto’s Mt Kenya allies and their Uasin Gishu counterparts.
Hon.Alice Wahome has Allegedly hinted that the Mt.Kenya region will be holding the second most powerful position in Deputy President William Ruto's Government if he is Elected as the 5th President of the republic of Kenya.Hon.Alice Wahome also hinted that the newly formed party UDA is not forming any coalition with Former prime minister Hon.
With only 15 months remaining for the country to elect their next government, Dp William Samoei Ruto's Hustler Notion seems to gain strength gradually. Dp is expected to battle for the president as a UDA Party flag bearer. Being one of the country's youngest parties, UDA's seniors tirelessly register new members prior to the next poll. Alice Wahome, Kandara Mp has followed Msamweni Mp- Hon. Feisal Bader's footsteps. Alice has vowed to expand UDA's supporters in Mt. Kenya Region, with Murang'a County constituents
As the schools are expected to resume next month a report has emerged that teachers are refusing to be vaccinated."Teachers were reluctant to take the vaccine because of the little understanding of the benefits of the vaccine,we have seen an increased intake of the vaccine because we educated teachers on the benefit of the vaccine."
The political scene in Kenya is now interesting after the Tanga Tamga group have boldly come out to declare that the deputy president William Ruto is not interested in forming a coalition with the Oranga Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga.Several days ago, Raila’s close ally and deputy party leader Wycliff Oparanya was identified and confirmed to have hold a nine-hour meeting with the deputy president.