New elections from Kenya.co.ke show a political party in which many politicians will participate in the 2022 general elections. Based on the election, the United Democratic Alliance Party won 64 percent, followed by the Orange Democratic Movement Party with 32 percent. The third was Jubilee, with 3 percent, followed by the Wiper Party with 1 percent.
The recently concluded United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party primaries saw some prominent leaders loose to get the ticket for various political positions they were aspiring. Amongst those who lost their race include MP Caleb Kositany, Former CS Charles Keter, MP Cate Waiguru and Isaac Mwaura.
Photos of a vocal lawmaker trying to kick out her husband's ex-wife have emerged on social media, sparking mixed reactions from Kenyans.According to the source, Laikipia County Woman Rep Cate Waiguru caused drama in the Utange area of Kisuani Constituency in Mombasa County when she tried to kick out her husband's ex-wife.
A member of parliament who lost in the recently concluded UDA party primaries has made it clear that come the August 9th polls she will still be in parliament. Cate Waiguru has remained clear nothing will stop her from being in the next parliament for she has remained loyal to William Ruto and the UDA party.
Laikipia County Women Representative, Hon Cate has warned Deputy President William Ruto against politicians he entrusted in Mt Kenya. Cate further predicted his down fall. Speaking during a rally in Laikipia East, Cate Waiguru warned the Deputy President William Ruto against relying on the former Laikipia governor, Joshua Irungu, area MP, Amin Deddy and senator John Nderitu, arguing that that they will cost him the votes.
The cordial relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto has been the talk of the day. The two leaders have been working parallel since 2018 after the handshake between President Uhuru and Raila Odinga. Deputy President William Ruto and his allies have been in the spotlight over the support of candidates who are not the Jubilee's party.
Photo:Cate With his husband Kigen Catherine Waruguru is currently the Women Representative for Laikipia County and a member for Jubilee Party,She is a nominated Ward Representative in Laikipia County Assembly since 2013. She attended Kanyama secondary School in Mathira Nyeri County and later enrolled at Karatina Institute of Theological College for a Diploma course in Theology.Three years later cate enrolled for another Diploma in business management at kenyan Institute of management. After completing his d
Details have emerged on the ongoing in second in command William Ruto' s camp after some of top allies affiliated to United Democratic Alliance UDA were humiliated during nominations that kicked out few days ago. According to reports, some of them were expected to win during the party' s nomination, among them include Cate Waiguru who is Laikipia women representative, Charles Meter the former Devolution Cabinet Secretary.
Hon Cate Waruguru who is the women representative for Laikipia County, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto ignited a hot debate online when she raised a claim that the deep state is funding small parties in Mount Kenya region with negative intention. (Courtesy photo)
A recent political rally, courtesy of Google A new opinion poll performed by Kenyan.co.ke has revealed the political party to which a large number of lawmakers would be joining in the run-up to the 2022 General Elections. United Democratic Alliance Party leads the polls with 64%, followed by Orange Democratic Movement Party with 32%.
As we approach presidential general elections, each leader is trying to get popularity by asking citizens to vote for him or her. Dp William Ruto is among who are expected to contest for upcoming general election staged to take place next year. laikipia's woman representative by the name Care Waruguru she come forward and revealed that Ruto who is deputy president might get more votes from Central Kenya than expected.
Photo of the Nakuru county Senator Susan Kihika while addressing a political gathering. Courtesy/File. On Wednesday, a Nairobi Court Judge, Justice Weldon Korir declared Gatundu North parliamentary seat as vacant over what he termed as violation of election laws. Weldon saida that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) should conduct fresh elections in the region. According to the Thursday "Taifa Leo" publication, ten more Legislators comprising of Members of Parliament, Senators and Women