The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. Millions of Kenyans are eagerly waiting to vote in leaders of there choice come 2022 general elections. Most leaders are now making there moves fearlessly as they near 2022 general elections, section 0f leaders have Vowed that thieves and conmen are going home.
Kipipiri member of parliament Amos Kimunya and majority leader of national parliament has today morning talked about the political bills amendment that was passed by the parliament. He was speaking on radio citizen this morning. Amos Kimunya said that the bill is good to bring sanity and discipline to the political parties.
Kipipiri Member of Parliament Hon Amos Kimunya who is also the current Majority Leader in the National Assembly has today said that as a good leader, he must be ready to obey the voices of the voters or else risk going home come 2022. Speaking during an exclusive interview with KTN News on Monday night, the Kieleweke MP stated that his decision to drop the Nyandarua Governor Bid ahead of the upcoming 2022 General Election was arrived at after doing intense research that showed that Kipipiri residents were against his decision to go for the top seat.Deputy President William Ruto shakes hands with Kipipiri Member of Parliament Hon Amos Kimunya during a past political meeting at KICC in 2020
Kiharu Member of Parliament honorable Ndindi Nyoro has reacted as two resourceful leaders, Engineer John Kiagu and former Limuru MP Amos Chege joins the UDA party. Nyoro has informed the two leaders that they are muched welcome in the party that accommodates all the people. "Welcome to UDA - Kazi ni Kazi Hon Engineer John Kiragu Chege, former MP Limuru Constituency and Amos Chege Mugo of Kinangop Constituency.Karibuni sana.
Chaotic Scenes in Parliament As Speaker Call For Majority Leader's Protection To Move His Amendments
Parliament sitting is turning ugly with members going against each other. Speaker had to call for Majority Leader protection while he moved his amendments. Majority Leader Amos Kimunya, while stepping up to move his amendment after Tangatanga MPs lost another battle against Kieleweke members during Duale's proposal determination.
Hon. Amos Kimunya has hinted through his official facebook page minutes after the meeting held in state house with president Uhuru Kenyatta and Azimio La Umoja Parliamentarians. According to Amos Kimunya 192 members of National Assembly and 46 Senators Attended the meeting with president Uhuru Kenyatta at the state house.
Ruto Is A Political Conman, He Is DP Under Courtesy Of Jubilee Yet Prompting In Another Party- Amos Kimunya
Politics has gained momentum in the Country with leaders eying for different seats are traversing across the country holding campaigns. More so for those leaders eyeing for the presidential race have been showing their manifestos to the people so that they can be elected The only drawback of these campaigns is that leaders have neglected Common Wanainchi, leaving them in miserable lives.
The former prime minister Raila Odinga presidential bid has received a big boost after an ANC governor endorsed his presidential bid under Azimio La Umoja movement. Nyamira governor Amos Nyaribo who is a ANC party member has officially endorsed Raila Odinga presidential bid under Azimio La Umoja movement. Governor Amos Nyaribo was speaking today during the burial ceremony of the late Mzee Westley Atuta who was a retired administrator from Kiabonyoru ward in Nyamira county.
The Kipipiri member of parliament Amos Kimunya gestures while making a speech at a past press conference. [Source Courtesy] Kipipiri member of parliament Amos Kimunya has spoken on the seat that he will be seeking on to vie for in the 2022 general elections. Speaking during a live interview aired on the Royal Media Services-owned Citizen Television, the veteran politician said that he will be defending his parliamentary seat.
Chaos And Fighting In Parliament As UDA MPs Blocks Kimunya From Moving His Amendment. (VIDEO) Chaos and fighting rocked Parliament afyer a section of UDA allied members of Parliament tried to block the majority leader Amos Kimunya from moving his amendment before the house ams this saw the house turn chaotic and unruly.
The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. The rivalry between the Hustler Nation and Azimio La Umoja Team is slowly growing among Kenyans and things are getting messy and uglier as we near general elections.
After the dramatic event yesterday in the National Assembly they failed to accomplish the voting process, towards the Political Parties Amendment Bill 2021. Amos Kimunya who is the majority leader declared that he has written a message to Speaker of National assembly, Justin Muturi in a bid to call for a three-day special sitting next week on 5th, 6th, and 7th January 2022 to complete the process.
Kipipiri Member of Parliament Hon Amos Kimunya has told off Deputy President William Ruto over his attacks against the Political Parties Amendment bill to allow the coalition to register as a political party, issuing fresh details. Amos Kimunya has informed that what should be understood is that since the bill is his, then he has the mandate of mobilizing like-minded leaders to support it rubbishing claims that there was some cash given to bribe leaders to support the bill.
Photo: National Assembly Majority leader Amos Kimunya National Assembly majority leader Amos Kimunya has defended ODM party Chairman John Mbadi over an incident that led to injuring Sigowet Soin Mp Bernard Koros. Amos Kimunya says Dp Ruto's allies are responsible for causing fracas in Parliament. The majority leader said the Mps who supported political parties' amendment bill were seated silently while UDA lawmakers provoked them and frustrated the process.
The last parliamentary seating in 2021 had a lot of chaos and basically the meeting did not end well since several members of parliament who were constantly disagreeing stood up and started throwing insults at each other. Some the likes of Kipipiri member of parliament Mr. Amos Kimunya went to an extent of throwing water bottles at each other leaving minor bruises.
Jubilee Majority Leader and Kipipiri Constituency Member of Parliament Amos Kimunya has opened up on the reason why they have been rushing to pass the Political Parties Bill that is being supported heavily by legislators allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga. While speaking on Wednesday night in an interview that was hosted by Citizen Television presenter Wahiga Mwaura, Amos Kimunya has revealed that the development of this bill began after the 2017 elections.
The Minority whip of the ODM party honourable John Mbadi was suspended last week from the businesses of the National Assembly following his misbehaviour. The legislature was found to have engaged himself in the fistfight with Soin/Sigowet legislature honourable Koros. Their fight were alleged to accrue during the voting process for the political bill amendment.
Speaking in an interview with Citizen TV National Assembly Majority Leader hon Amos Kimunya alleged that hon John Mbandi was just going to check on how tallying was being conducted only to find himself in altercation which later led his immediate suspension. However, Amos Kimunya regret seeing some of those things and claimed that it wasn't a good thing for the people bearing the tittle honourableIts was a heated debate on amendment on Political parties bill where leaders allied to DP William Ruto and those allied to Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta had very hard times to a point of engaging physically.
Amos Kimunya cornfims that the ongoing bill in parliament is his bill and he wants it to pass. "It's my bill,it is in my interest to have the bill passed because I believe it is good for Kenyan people,"said Amos Kimunya. He also added that ,it is his responsibility to mobilize members in the National assembly to help pass the bill.
Kisumu Governor Anyang' Nyong'o's bid for second term recieved a major boost on Friday when a section of elders in the County endorsed him. During a meeting held in Muhoroni Sub County, elders drawn from all clans in the larger Kano community endorsed him for a second term ahead of the 2022 polls.