Renown lawyer Danstan Omari has now cleared the air reveals the minority political side in the National Assembly. According to Danstan who appeared on K24 TV Live interview on Monday morning, the former prime minister Raila Odinga-led Azimio La Umoja was the minority in the House. He quipped that the number of Members of Parliament attested to that fact.
'He is Different' Popular Lawyer Reveals Time President Ruto Reports to his Office for Work Everyday
President William Ruto is a desktop manager and has more time in his hands to work for Kenyans compared to all other Presidents that came before him. This is according to lawyer Danstan Omari while speaking to K24 this morning show. Omari compared the head of state to his predecessors and came to a conclusion that Kenya is having a complete opposite of all the former heads of state.
The issue about which political formation between President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance, and Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance has the majority in the National Assembly is yet to be determined. After Ruto officially opened the 13th parliament by having a joint address last week on Thursday, the houses will meet tomorrow, with reports that the first thing would be to identify which coalition has majority in the National Assembly.
President William Ruto will most likely handle his campaign financers the same way he is treating his allies, analyst Danstan Omari says. Ruto has been seen keeping those who helped him win the presidency close, with some landing ministerial and other top government jobs. Omari says that he should also be expected to keep those who bankrolled his campaigns close, as a way of rewarding them for sacrificing their money for him.
Political Analyst Alleges Time Ruto Usually Reports to Work, Says He is Better Than His Predecessors
Prominent Kenyan lawyer and lecturer by the name Danstan Omari has showered praise to the current head of state of the republic of Kenya honourable Dr William Samoei Ruto saying he is quite distinct from all his predecessors and a good performer than all of them. Photo serves as a Thumbnail
President William Ruto has received praise and criticism in equal measure in his first five days days in office since assuming power as the country's fifth president. Since his inauguration on Tuesday, September 13th, Ruto has fulfilled a number of his campaign pledges, and has also outlined what he intends to do to move the country forward in the next five years, but according to a number of political experts and lawyers, the president is making grave mistakes that might affect the foundation of his presidency.
The election of House Assembly Speakers for various county Assemblies has been concluded with some experiencing relative peace while others experiencing chaos. Among the counties that chaos was experienced include Kisumu where the Orange Democratic Movement party ODM led by retired prime minister Raila travelled to oversee the election.
Photo: Courtesy Lawyer Danstan Omari has told Kenyans that they are lucky to have Ruto as the President. Omari says that Ruto has more time to work for Kenyans and gets in his office early to face the day. He notes that no other president can be compared to Ruto and he might do better than all the presidents that have come before him.
Prominent attorney Danstan Omari gave an interview to a regional TV network. A local attorney named Danstan Omari has lauded President William Ruto for being a very different kind of leader than his three immediate predecessors, Uhuru Kenyatta, Mwai Kibaki, and the late President Daniel Arap Moi.
"We Have President Who's Totally Opposite Of All Presidents, Reports To Work Latest 5am" Says Lawyer
In an interview with a neighborhood television station, well-known attorney Danstan Omari was heard giving his thoughts. With your indulgence: A local attorney by the name of Danstan Omari has lauded President William Ruto for being an exceptionally unique chief executive in contrast to his immediate predecessors, Uhuru Kenyatta, Mwai Kibaki, and the late former president Daniel Arap Moi.
President William Ruto seems to be on a mission to buy off the Judiciary for reasons best known to him, lawyer Danstan Omari has observed. Ruto was on Tuesday sworn in as the fifth President of Kenya, a week after the Supreme Court ruled in his favour, throwing out petitons filed against his win.
The former Prime Minister and Azimio presidential candidate honorable Raila Odinga has been told to allow people from his backyard to decide for themselves after it occurred that he has been influencing election of leaders in Luo Nyanza. While delivering his statement, laywer Danstan Omari has accused Raila going physically in Nyanza to compel members of county assemblies to elect speakers of his choice.
prominent attorney Danstan Omari during a television interview. Photo taken with permission. Danstan Omari, a city lawyer, has praised president William Ruto for being a completely different leader from others who came before him, including the late presidents Daniel Arap Moi, Mwai Kibaki, and Uhuru Kenyatta.
Lаwyer Dаnstаn Оmаri hаs аdvised the Judiсiаry tо be саutiоus with gооdies thrоwn its wаy by Рresident Williаm Rutо's аdministrаtiоn. The lаwyer hаs wаrned thаt the Judiсiаry runs the risk оf fаiling tо effeсtively рrоteсt Kenyаns if it "gоes tо bed" with the Exeсutive. His remаrks were in referenсe tо а deсlаrаtiоn by Рresident Rutо оn Tuesdаy thаt he wоuld inсreаse the budgetаry аllосаtiоn tо the Judiсiаry by Sh3 billiоn аnnuаlly fоr the next five yeаrs.
Lawyer Danstan Omari has warned the Chief Justice Martha Koome to be careful of Ruto's move to share lucrative goodies to the Judiciary including billions promised. According to Omari, the president and a person of William Ruto might be trying to capture the Judiciary something not good for the country.
Senior lawyer by the name Danstan Omari has urged Kenyans across the country to be cautious about president Ruto's Inaguration speech stating that he is on a mission of robbing the judiciary of its independence. Photo serves as a Thumbnail. According to the lawyer's remarks earlier today, he insisted that the head of state claimed yesterday that he would increase the budgetary allocation to the Judiciary by Sh3 billion annually for the next five years with a plan of taking control of its operation.
Legal advisor Danstan Omari has now claimed US and English consider the Ruto's Bureau that will ultimately shape the premise of arrangement by the President. Talking solely to K24, the sacred legal advisor has contended that the previous system drove by President Uhuru Kenyatta along with ODM pioneer was ace China.
Judges should exercise caution when accepting gifts from President William Ruto's administration, according to attorney Danstan Omari. If the Judiciary "goes to bed" with the Executive, the attorney has cautioned, Kenyans run the risk of not being adequately protected. "Already, it seems to us as though the Executive wants to bed the Judiciary.
Omari explained in a morning TV show on K24 on Wednesday 14 September 2022 that the President's declaration that he will end subsidies will therefore mean that fuel will not even be subsidized. President William Ruto's speech during his inauguration on Tuesday has now become a source of major debate among Kenyans, as lawyer Danstan Omari now claims some of his remarks are likely to carry Kenyans even into tougher economic times.
City lawyer Danstan Omari while lauding the appointment of the six judges, on Wednesday, September 13, questioned the cost of the goodies being dished out to the Judiciary by the executive. “If the executive goes to bed with the Judiciary, are we likely to see the Judiciary that was there under the old Constitution when it was a department of the executive?,” Omari questioned.