Kenyans will have new leaders at all levels of the leadership. As the election are approaching political parties are preparing their candidates in various elective position. The presidential race is much awaited as president Uhuru Kenyatta will live the office after the expiry of his contract term comes.
Dennis Itumbi, the spokesman for Hustler Nation and a close ally of the deputy president, has given Kenyans a preview of what to anticipate tomorrow. Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga will be the keynote speaker at a DAP Kenya event tomorrow, according to the former statehouse controller.
Senastor Mutula Kilonzo Jnr Photo/Twitter Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jnr has rebuked devolution CS Eugune Wamalwa over his latest remarks. Mutula took issue with the devolution Cabinet Secretary's comments on the county government's preparedness on tackling Covid-19. Senator Mutula stated that it was unfortunate that counties were largely unprepared to combat the virus yet billions had been spent on purchasing healthcare equipment. He castigated CS Wamalwa for terming the pandemic as an appropriate gauge
According to the director on communication in UDA Emmanuel Taalam, concerns have been raised over deep state involvement to the ongoing campaign. Taalam through his official twitter account he has released a statement alleging that Governors and other state officers are being forced to be in Odinga's rallies.
President Uhuru Kenyatta today though his executive powers made major changes in the composition of the cabinet. Delivering the speech on behalf of the president government spokesperson Kanze Dena announced the following changes. In the changes CS Eugine Wamalwa was moved from devolution to minister of defence which was previously held by Matiangi.
Top politicians have been going across the country and to various regions seeking support from the locals in their bid for the country's top seat.The leading candidates for next year's general election is deputy president William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga. The former prime minister was in Nyamira county for a fundraiser for Mwongori high school to build a dormitory.The former premier was accompanied by top leaders including CS Mutahi Kagwe, CS Eugine Wamalwa and other top leaders from the region including CS Fred Matiangi.