Luanda MP Chris Omulele ( Photo Courtesy) He is one of the biggest supporters of Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga in a region where ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi considers his key stronghold. Now as he battles for a third straight term in Parliament, Luanda MP Chris Wamalwa's is facing the biggest test of his political career.
Luanda Member of Parliament Chris Omulele was today tasked as the Chairman in the Parliamet to oversee the passage of the contraversial Political Parties Amendment Bill. The vocal Luanda Member of Parliamet stayed strong ruling against plans by UDA MPs to delay the session. Coming in to steer the House through the Committee of the Whole House, Omulele expressed rare firmness in dealing with both the two divides that were determined to have their way.
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ODM leader Raila Odinga will have to give in to a set of demands if he is to get the Western Kenya vote in 2022, a section of area leaders have now said. The region is among those seen as his strongholds, amid attempts by his leading opponent; Deputy President William Ruto, to get a piece of it.
On Wednesday, Kenyans were treated to rare dramatic scenes inside Parliament when the house was discussing the political parties amendment bill of 2021. A tough confrontation was witnessed between Deputy President William Ruto allied MPs who were on one side fronting amendments and on the other side Handshake allied MPs who wanted to pass the bill without further amendments.
During Parliament proceedings on the Political Parties Amendment Bill 2021, chaos erupted after MP John Mbadi dramatically showered his colleague Sigowet-Soin MP Kipsengeret Koros with heavy blows on his face. According to Mbadi, he explained after being sent out by Luanda MP Chris Omulele who was chairing the proceedings that he was only acting in self defense after the Sigowet-Soin MP bit his finger.
Today on 25th May Raila Odinga is expected to tour in Vihiga County to popularize his agendas to his supporters. Vihiga County is one of counties in Kenya that Raila Odinga enjoys massive support since he has more support starting from the County Governor Wilberforce Otichilo. Raila is expected to tour Vihiga County with other Azimio coalition leaders and they include the following.
Luanda Member of Parliamet MP Chris Omulele, today acting the chair has rule against Kikuyu Member of Parliamet Kimani Ichungwa's request and s group of Deputy President William Ruto's allied MPs who wanted the house to be adjourned since it was illegal following the gazette notice that called today's special sitting.
Kenya Kwanza alliance has received a blow after Azimio la Umoja proponents vowed to weaken ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi. DAP Kenya and ODM party held a mega rally in Bungoma popularizing Raila Odinga who is currently abroad for a legal tour. Ayub Savula, DAP Kenya Deputy party leader, admitted that he was ready to weaken ANC party after he crossed part with Musalia.
After they competed against each other and ended up losing the presidential race in the 2013 general election, Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi joined hands prior to the 2017 general election but still, they were defeated by President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party. From that moment, a lot happened but as we are currently speaking, Raila and.
Azimio La Umoja team today toured in Western Kenya region, Vihiga County where their main agenda was to drum Raila's presidential bid ahead of August elections despite the absence of their boss, however concerns have been over the leaders who skipped the rally. According to information shared by Raila's trusted ally, Suna East MP Hon Junet Mohamed, the movement was accompanied by Governor Hassan Joho, Sabina Chege, Babu Owino, Kanini Kega, Oledama kina, Gladys Wanga, Godfrey Osorsi, Chris Omulele among others.
Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana has expressed his disappointment after Members of Parliament engaged in to fist fights and chaos during the Political Parties Amendment bill (2021) debate that took place yesterday. The second term governor termed the incident has a 'sad moment' that imposes fear considering that the country is less than eight months in to the 2022 general elections.
National Assembly minority leader honourable John Mbadi has today been ejected from parliament for five days after engaging in a fight with Soin Sigowet constituency member of parliament Koros today. While speaking to the media after the fight outside parliament, John Mbadi revealed that MP Koros is the one who started it after he realised he was going to cast a vote for someone who was not present and then he tried to stop him, that's when the MP bit his finger then he returned by hitting his face claiming it was self defence.
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) National Chairman John Mbadi has claimed that his counterpart from Sigowet-Soin Constituency Bernard Koros tried to vote for another person during the Special Sitting on Wednesday. Speaking to the media outside parliament building claimed that Koros wanted to break the rules set by the chairman, a move that made him initiate fist fight which in turn left Koros injured.
Members of Parliament fighting on Wednesday after. A fight broke out in parliament on Wednesday as Members of Parliament were voting on the controversial Political Parties Amendment Bill. This happened as some of the MPs started throwing fists on each other behind the chairperson's desk Though it is not clear who started the fight, it interrupted the voting and among those affected was the Limuru constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Peter Mwathi.
Gwassi Constituency MP John Mbadi ,and the minority leader was suspended from the National Assembly for 5 days for gross misconduct following chaos that left an MP seriously injured on Wednesday. The session leader,Speaker Chris Omulele ordered Mbadi out of the house after he was accused of injuring Sigowet/Soin MP Bernard Kipsengeret during a physical fight that erupted in the parliament amid controversial vote on the Political Parties Amendment Bill.
John Badi thrown out of Parliament for consecutive seating. Today there has been witnessed chaos in parliament following a disagreement for the amendment of the current bill about political parties. However, the chaos has not settled well with Hon John Badi,this is because Badi is said to have injured one of the parliamentarian Sogowet Mp Hon Kipsengeret Koros who suffered a cut on his face during the fist exchange.
There were chaos in Parliament on Wednesday afternoon, as MPs engaged in a fist fight during debate on the controversial Political Parties (Amendment) Bill, 2021. National Assembly Minority Leader John Mbadi has been ordered out of House for five days following the chaos that left Sigowet/Soin MP Kipsengeret Koros with a cut in the face.
Following the suspension of the national assembly minority leader John Mbadi from attending five consecutive house sittings, an ODM Ally has come out to defend him. Hon. Alinur Mohammed has defended, hon. John Mbadi saying that defending his finger from being bitten , is what led to the altercation with Hon.
There were chaos in Parliament earlier today as members of Parliament engaged in a first fight during debate on the controversial political parties bill. National assembly minority leader John Mbandi has been ordered out of house for five days following the chaos that left Soin member of Parliament kipsengeret Koros with a cut in the face.
Today Azimio La Umoja led by Luanda Member of Parliament Chris Omulele today are in Vihiga County making several stop over's to campaign for Raila Odinga who is eyeing to be the fifth president of Kenya. During the event Chris Omulele failed to recognize Azimio La Umoja aspirant's who were present by asking people to write down their names.