First Lady Margaret Kenyatta ( in a cap) queues to vote at St Mary's School in Nairobi ( Photo Courtesy) As her husband, President Uhuru Kenyatta voted at Mutomo Primary School, Gatundu South constituency, Kiambu County, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta queued as an ordinary Kenyan to cast her vote at St Mary's School, Dagoretti North constituency, Nairobi County.
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Elections were held on Tuesday across all the parts of the country except areas where elections were postponed by the electoral commission due to inconveniences caused by ballot papers. As the counting of votes for the presidential race is underway results for members of national assembly have been announced in most constituencies.
The two front-runners are in a close battle, according to major media polls, even if the actual results are still secret. In contrast to 2017 this year elections saw a depressingly low voter turnout. In the interim the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) started declaring the winners of additional seats.
Dagoretti North Mp Hon Simba Arati has accused Kisii Governor Jammes Ongwae for allegedly sending one of His Bodyguards to throw a Teargas cannister to the Podium where Martha Karua was speaking, urging that He was blocking Her from endorsing Him, yet He does not have any problems with Him.
A campaign car that belongs to the Dagoretti North Member of Parliament Simba Arati's team was on Saturday evening torched by supporters of ex-Transport Chief Administrative Secretary Chris Obure. It was reported that one person was killed during the ugly confrontation between the two rival camps. The unfortunate incident happened at Eburi in Bobasi in Kisii county.
A section of members of parliament has given up seemingly safe seats to for for governorships. While some may perceive them as overconfident and biting off more than they can chew, the legislators have expressed confidence that they will defeat incumbent governors in the August general elections. Below are 4 parliamentarians who are aiming to become county chiefs.
The August General Elections are here with us again with the various political parties doing their best to ensure that they stay up to date on how their candidates are fairing in the tallying. The Orange Democratic Movement and The United Democratic Alliance party have emerged as the force in these elections as other big parties like Jubilee lag behind.
Dagoretti North member of Parliament Simba Arati has on Monday taken a charm offensive in his Rural Home, Kisii County as he popularized his Governor's bid and that of Azimio Photo courtesy The Nairobi lawmaker was accompanied by his colleague in the Parliament Richard Onyonka who are both in the Azimio la Umoja camp.
Voters at Gatina primary school,Dagoretti North constituency Elections are still ongoing to some polling stations even after time deadline has been met,which was set to be 5pm,for those who are still queueing.There have been complaint that this year people turn up to vote has been very low compared to 2017 elections.
Report indicates that First Lady Margaret Kenyatta voted at St Mary's School polling station in Lavington, Dagoretti North Constituency in Nairobi City County. However she was spotted in a windcheater jacket that impressed many people across the country. Shockingly, president Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta surprised Kenyans with same jackets.
The country is a an election mood as they wait for next month so that they can be able to vote for their preferred leaders starting from the president, governors, senators, members of parliament, women representatives and members of county assemblies. In Kisii, the race to succeed current governor James Ongwae who is serving his last term has attracted a higher number of experienced politicians among them former MP and KNC party leader Manson Oyongo, Dagoretti North member of Parliament Simba Arati, current Kisii senator Sam Ongeri, former CAS Chris Obure and Nyaribari MP Ezekiel Machogu.
"We Will Win Nairobi Governor's Seat With 60+1%" Agnes Kagure Says As She Drums Support In Westlands
The renown city-based businesswoman-cum and Nairobi gubernatorial hopeful Agnes Kagure has exuded confidence in securing victory for Nairobi seat with 60+1 per cent in forthcoming August 9, election. While banking on Westlands and Dagoretti North electorates, Kagure stated that her quest and vision of leading the county will be practicable on 9th August, when thousands of city locals will floored polling stations to vote for her.
The former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga was forced to apologize to the charged Dagoretti South Supporters after they stormed the region as he made it clear that they are competing with time under a tight major engagement stopovers in the Capital city. He said that they will take the little time in the region as their schedule remains tight.
Dagoretti North member of Parliament Simba Arati has on Monday taken a charm attack in his rural home in Kisii County as he promoted his Governor's ambition and that of Azimio. The Nairobi lawmaker was accompanied by his colleague in Parliament, Richard Onyonka, who is both in the Azimio la Umoja faction.
As the last days of door-to-door campaigning to win over voters before August 9 come to a close, politicians can't sleep. The Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Azimio-One Kenya alliance are the only two groups that could form the next government. Today, 40 legislators left the Kenya Kwanza coalition and joined Azimio's side.
Politicians are spending sleepless nights as their door-to-door canvassing efforts to win over voters on August 9th reach their last stretch. The only two contenders for creating the next administration are the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Azimio-One Kenya alliance. In the wake of 40 legislators defecting to Azimio's side today, the Kenya Kwanza coalition has suffered yet another devastating blow.
As elections near, Raila Odinga who is the Azimio la Umoja coalition Presidential flagbearer, is on the run together with his team to reach their target of visiting almost all counties for campaigns. Today Saturday, 16th July, they were set to go to Dagoretti North for vote hunting.
The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga and his allies took their campaigns to Nairobi County to drum up support for Mr Odinga's presidential bid. While addressing residents of Dagoretti North, the Nairobi Women representative, Esther Passaris requested their supporters to go and spread the Azimio la Umoja message to other people who have not decided on which presidential candidate they will vote for in the August elections.
After they stormed the area, the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga was compelled to apologize to the charged Dagoretti South Supporters because he made it clear that they were pressed for time because of a major engagement that required stopovers in the capital city. According to him, they will spend just a short amount of time in the area because of their busy schedule.