Presidential aspirants seeking elective posts in the year 2022 might be forced to serve as Members of Parliament, Senators as details emerge of a new law being worked upon by the Constitutional Oversight and Implementation Committee chaired by Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni. New details have emerged the National Assembly committee on Constitutional Implementation is working on ensuring that any presidential candidate who loses in the year 2022 does not suffer hence gets a slot to serve in the next government.
The committee of the National Assembly responsible for Constitutional Implementation And Oversight have finalised the drafting of the bill, seeking to expand the country's executive structure. According to people's daily, the plans underway to have the constitutional amendment conducted are possible, as per constitutional oversight committee point of perception.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga will carry the last laugh after it emerged that parliament has prioritised a bill that will lay the legal basis for the Building Bridges Initiative report. This is a great win since the bill needs to have been enacted by the time the certificates of endorsement are sent to the National Assembly by the speakers of the county governments that will have adopted the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2021. Speaker Justin Muturi has since directed that the
Retired Chief Justice David Maraga has dismissed arguments by forces pushing to have next year’s General Election postponed urging that postponing election means Uhuru's term would be extended something that Maraga is saying mount to a referendum. “The Constitution limits the term of the President to two terms of five years.
As per the reports, a segment of MPs claimed to have the support of the Executive are plotting to delay the next general elections. As per the Star, lawmakers led by Ndaragua MP Jeremiah Kioni are planning to move to the High Court to convince the court to postpone the date of the election to give the IEBC sufficient time to draw constituency boundaries.
On18th, July, the Kieleweke Politician, Sabina Chege declared she's an ideal candidate to succeed current governor Mwangi Wa Iria. She said she will be vying for the governorship and hoping that the people of Murang'a her. "I understand my people, where things have been going wrong.