The presidential campaigns have hit a fever pitch as the frontrunners traverse the nation in search of support to bolster their chances in the forthcoming election. Kenya Kwanza principal Musalia Mudavadi has attacked ODM leader Raila Odinga accusing him to be behind the rising cost of maize flour. He also fired at president Uhuru Kenyatta asking him to prepare for retirement together with Raila.
The presidential campaigns have hit a fever pitch as the frontrunners traverse the nation in search of support to bolster their chances in the forthcoming election. MP Malulu Injendi had a difficult time to address a hostile crowd during Kenya Kwanza rally in Kakamega county. Speaking in Malava, the MP rubbished those who were heckling him calling them 'walevi'.
Despite the fact that both of them are in Kenya Kwanza, kakamega county gubernatorial aspirant honourable Cleophas Malala and senatorial aspirant honourable Boni Khalwale have sometimes not been in good terms. At one point, during their campaigns, Khalwale asked the residents that they should choose who to vote between Malala and ODM aspirant Fernandes Barasa.
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(Photo courtesy, ANC party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi) By Fredrick Ameka. ANC party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi toured Kakamega County on Saturday, July 2nd. Mudavadi joined Kakamega senator who is also a gubernatorial aspirant Hon. Cleophas Malala at a rally in Shinyalu Constituency.
The presidential campaigns have hit a fever pitch as the frontrunners traverse the nation in search of support to bolster their chances in the forthcoming election. ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi led Kenya Kwanza rally in Western region visiting Kakamega county. He was in the company of Senator Cleophas Malala, who used the opportunity to unveil his manifestos.
During a Kakamega county gunernatorial race debate held at the Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Raila's pointman in the contest Fernandez Barasa has stolen show in what he will do in the first 100 days in office if elected. Barasa said that he will first restructure the budget so that he can be able to take care of new plug ins.
Courtesy Kakamega County Gubernatorial hopeful Cleophas Malala has been at logaheads with the UDA Senate candidate Boni Khalwale, which has led to verbal exchanges and physical altercations between their followers as a result of Khalwale's open campaign for the ODM gubernatorial candidate Fernandes Barasa. However all that is over now as Cleophas Malala has expressed unity and reconciliation with the vocal DP Ruto's ally, and has reaffirmed their agenda of delivering Western votes to Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Elections are around the corner and the electoral body of Kenya is doing everything possible to make sure that the elections are going to be successful, fair and true. Recently, IEBC sets the qualifications of both the president and the governors to include degree certificate as a minimum requirement to contest.
United Democratic Alliance party senator aspirant Boni Khalwale has woken up to a mornings shocker after residents reacted differently to his morning post. Boni Khalwale posted a pic of a billboard erected in Kakamega that has pictures of Kenya Kwanza Alliance flagbearer William Ruto, Amani National Congress party governor hopeful Cleophas Malala and him.
Kenya next general election is less than 40 days away yet political unrest there is still on the rise. Deputy President William Ruto is reportedly doing everything in his power to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta on August 9. The head of the Azimio la Umoja Alliance and his primary political rival is Raila Odinga.
Kenya Kwanza leaders from the Western region vowed to support Ruto with 70% of the vote in a bid to unseat ODM leader Raila. But relations between the ANC, led by Musalia Mudavadi, and the UDA, led by Ruto, is tense, especially in Kakamega county.
Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala is today expected to hold a gubernatorial launch at the Mumias Complex stadium. He is expected now to officially enter the race with full force after battling with a number of court cases that wanted to bar him from vying. In a video shared by Cleo Malala, it shows him receiving Amani National Congress ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya Party leader Moses Wetangula and Senate speaker Ken Lusaka.
With less than 40 days to the next general election in Kenya, political tension in the country continues to rise. Deputy President William Ruto his seen to be doing all that he can so as to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta come August 9. His main political Rival is Raila Odinga who is the leader of Azimio la Umoja Alliance.
Oscar Sudi has mocked top politicians who are now embroiled in academic qualification controversies. Some top politicians who have had their academic qualifications questioned include: Senator Johnson Sakaja, Wavinya Ndeti and Cleophas Malala. Malala has already been cleared to vie while Ndeti and Sakaja are not out of the woods yet.
Senator Cleophas Malala launched his manifesto today in Kakamega County ahead of elections. Malala launched his manifesto at Kakamega Sports complex ground where thousands of residents attended. His launched was attended by the party leader and one of the Kenya Kwanza principals honorable Musalia Mudavadi. What stood up in his manifesto and his bid launched was is the reason why the people of Kakamega told him why they will elect him as their next Governor.
Cleophas Malala and his running mate Beatrice Inyangala are expected to launch their manifesto today at Mumias sports complex in Kakamega county. Cleophas Malala is an aspirant for governorship in Kakamega county through a ticket of Alliance National Congress (ANC) party. The invited chief guest of this event is Musalia Mudavadi who is the party leader of Alliance National Congress party.
Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate for the Azimio La Umoja coalition, and deputy president William Ruto were locked in a competitive race for votes in the elections on August 9. Western Kenyan Kwanza leaders pledged to deliver Ruto Busket at least 70% of the vote in order to defeat ODM leader Raila.
In an effort to unseat ODM leader Raila, Kenya Kwanza leaders from the Western region pledged to cast 70% of the ballots in Ruto's favor. However, the ANC party led by Musalia Mudavadi and the UDA party led by Ruto do not get along well, particularly in Kakamega county.
Leaders of the Kenya Kwanza ethnic group in the Western region promised to back Ruto with 70% of the vote to oust ODM leader Raila. The UDA is led by Ruto, but relations with the ANC, which is led by Musalia Mudavadi, are hostile, particularly in Kakamega county.
The presidential races have reached a fever pitch as the front-runners travel the country in search of votes to increase their chances of winning the upcoming election. Kenya Kwanza rally in Western region, visiting Kakamega county, was led by ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi. Senator Cleophas Malala joined him, and he took the occasion to present his manifestos.