Deputy President William Ruto has once again pulled a crowd of its own today in Meru as he starts his three days in the region to campaign for his "huster narrative." He was received like a king in the region by the local leaders. The rally is aimed at soliciting support from the Mt.
Kenya was in a constitution moment earlier this year as the Building Bridges Initiative appeal was filed at at the Court of Appeal. President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga suffered a huge blow as the learned judges ruled that their efforts of amending the constitution were unconstitutional and therefore null and void.
Member of parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni has finally weighed on possibility of the Supreme court in overturning rule of high court, concerning the Building Bridges initiative Bill. According to hon Kion, speaking in one of the local television channel (TV47), he proclaimed that it will be a very big surprise if the supreme court concurs with the decision made by the high court.
It is crystal clear that Raila Odinga stole the show today in Kisumu in his improptu visit.Baba is one of the prospective presidential candidate though he has not publicly declared. Interestingly Odinga's quest for presidency is unstoppable this was witnessed by the overwhelming reception he recieved in Kisumu, where he managed to address three key issues in vernacular.
Just a day after deputy president William Ruto accompanied his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta to parliament for this year's State of the Nation address, he has criticised the speech by his boss. According to the deputy, president Uhuru kenyatta is on the controversial Building Bridges Initiative report that has already collapsed at a time when the nation needs real life solutions to the many problems that they face.
The former prime minister Raila Odinga has given Kenyan University students a reason to smile after promising to cancel students loans once be assumes office. Photo courtesy Speaking at Kamukunji today, Raila Odinga has promised to clear out the impending student loans burdening the students at the moment.
Rarieda member of Parliament Otiende Amollo has bult a house a a widow in his constituency. Through his Facebook Page he wrote “Jashon Jashmag says "#Jabura Had The Occasion To Do The #64thOndoanyasi. Accompanied By My Children We Modestly Improved The Dwelling Of Mama Norah Oyola Odero A Widow From Soko Village, Omboye Area, West Asembo Ward.
Is Jubilee Sending Another Mole To UDA Camp? Or It's A Way Of Walking Out Of The Brotherhood Handshake?
NEW ALLEGIANCES: President Uhuru Kenyatta and Vice President William Ruto outside Parliament after the National Prayer Breakfast on May 27. Major political realignments are looming in President Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard in Mount Kenya as uncertainty sweeps through the voice-rich region. A group of the president's troops have the courage to play for his squad as the bigwigs fight to claim the region's votes, at least four million.
Building Bridges initiative Bill nightmare still rocks the country as some leaders points fingers at each other for it's stalment.After its historic nullification by the court of appeal in a panel of seven judges. Deputy president William Ruto aggressively distanced himself with it's stalment pledging that it is not him who stopped building bridges initiative Bill,it was God who did that, because it was not good for consumption by common citizens.
Deputy President William Ruto is one of the most popular leaders in the country. That is not only because he is the Deputy President of the nation but also because he has been campaigning seriously around the nation for a period of time now. After he fell out with President Uhuru Kenyatta, DP William Ruto and his allies have been attacking the government and almost everything done by the handshake including the famous BBI Bill.
The deputy president has been on his three day tour in Nyanza region.Today he held his rally in Migori and Homabay counties where he was accompanied by Oscar Sudi and Honourable Robi from Kuria.Ruto was warmly welcomed in Migori contrary to what he experienced in Kondele in Kisumu county where he was forced to stop his rally because of being disrupted by rowdy youths who stoned his motorcade.
The Supreme Court will hear the consolidated appeals on the controversial Building Bridges Initiative report for three consecutive days. This has been decided by the court through a ruling delivered by the Court president Chief Justice Martha Koome who noted that the appeals will be heard on the 18th to 20thbof January 2022.
Chief Justice Martha Koome has warned the state of arresting and intimidating Judges disclosing why the Building Bridges Initiative failed. According to the Chief Justice, he has informed that it's so bad to find the Judges being intimidated to settle political scores warning those behind such dramas.
Speaking on Thursday in Limuru, the ODM leader Raila Odinga revealed that Building Bridges Initiative popularly knows as BBI is not dead as many think. He revealed that BBI had many good things for Kenyans and nobody can stop the implementation of its proposals. Odinga said the Bill provided for equal distribution of resources to all regions.
With the 2022 succession politics gaining momentum every day, political parties and political leaders are busy realigning their camps if they are to win any elective seat. Several political bigwigs have already declared their intentions in succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta when he finishes his second term as the president of Kenya in August next year.
On March 2018,President Uhuru Kenyatta shook hands with the opposition chief Right honorable Raila Odinga. This move restored peace and stability in the country up-to date. The duo accepted to forego there political differences and agreed to work together for the benefit of Kenyans. As a result the handshake brought about the Building Bridges initiative which was being spear headed by the duo.
The board in charge of election identified as Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), Attorney General has taken another twist and moved to the supreme court to challenge the decision made by the court of Appeal over the Building Bridges Initiative, (BBI). Their move actually comes few days after the the court of Appeal upheld the decision made by the five-bench seat of judges who rendered the entire process that the head of the nation his Excellence President Uhuru Kenyatta and his counterpart, the former prime minister Raila Odinga used to change the constitution as null and void.
Photo courtesy Raila Odinga has been intensifying his campaigns in every corner of mt.Kenya region lately.According to opinion poll done by Mizani Africa ODM leader Raila Odinga is enjoying 27.1 percent support after deputy president who ranked first with 58.2 percent support in Mt Kenya region. Earlier today Raila Odinga addressesed the residents of Meru.The residents that had gathered to witness his address chanted Ruto slogans.For every sentence Raila said, the Meru locals hit back shouting "Ruto!"
ODM party leader - Raila Odinga. Kenya as a country has undergone huge political milestone since the inception of the famous handshake. Political re alignments have come as a result and policians seem to be hoping from one camp to another - possibly to where they feel they are likely to mint big.
Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru when she held a consultative meeting with local leaders in Gichugu sub-county on June 6. Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has revealed that she cannot rule out working with Vice President William Ruto in the 2022 election. Waiguru, however, said it was a bit too early for such a discussion about joining the UDA.