A section of Kenyans have ganged up to criticize NTV after what they posted on their facebook page recently. NTV were reporting an incident that happened during Devolution Conference in Makueni but the news landed differently on some Kenyans. [Photo Courtesy] According to NTV, they reported that two mistresses deserted a County executive at the Devolution Conference in Makueni.
The Devolution Conference happened in Makueni County which is the 7th since the Constitution of Kenya 2010 was promulgated. The conference brought many Governors together together with other leaders from all parts of the country who joined hands to grace the fruits of the devolution that have been evident since its introduction in the new constitution.
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has hinted through his official twitter page after his County emerges second in the 7th Devolution Conference that ends today in Makueni County. Devolution Conference provides a platform for networking and sharing knowledge on development journey in the Counties. Climate Change is expected to dominate this year's Devolution Conference as delegates deliberate on mitigations and measures put in place to address Climate Change.
With the just-concluded Devolution Conference that brought together all governors from the 47 Counties, details have been leaked as to why Deputy President (DP) William Ruto snubbed the event. Secret details indicate that the DP was not pleased with the role the event organizers accorded the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga on the first day of the conference.
Deputy President William Ruto skipped the seventh annual Devolution Conference but now fresh details have emerged of how governors made several phone calls at the last minute as they sought to save the face of the event. The event which closed on Friday, November 26, 2021, had the Deputy President allocated a special slot in the conference and it was expected he would be making an address to the attendees before its conclusion.
Deputy President William Ruto, who was supposed to close Devolution Conference in Makueni has skipped the function, his communications team in a statement said that he will be in Nyandarua County. The devolution conference in Wote, Makueni County is set to end without being occasioned by either president Uhuru Kenyatta or Deputy President William Ruto.
The Devolution Conference was held in Makueni County, making it the seventh since Kenya's 2010 Constitution was promulgated. The conference brought together many Governors, as well as other leaders from across the country, who joined hands to celebrate the fruits of devolution, which have been visible since its inclusion in the new constitution.
President Uhuru Kenyatta officially opened the Devolution Conference via video link, with his handshake brother, Raila Odinga, giving a keynote speech on the very day. The theme of this year's edition was majorly on climate, the county bosses calling on the national government to set aside funds to combat climate change.
REVEALED: Why Ruto Has Skipped Devolution Conference in Makueni, Sent a 'Respectable' Representative
Deputy President William Ruto was today, 26th November 2021, scheduled to close the ongoing 7th Annual Devolution Conference in Makueni County. (Photo: Deputy President William Ruto issuing an address; Twitter) However, the Second in Command has made it known that he won’t attend the function in Makueni County as earlier scheduled.
It will be a weekend filled with political activities as various political parties set out to rally voters behind them ahead of the 2022 general election. Vice President William Ruto, who will not attend the 7th Devolution Conference as scheduled, will cross Nyandarua County on Friday as he mobilizes support for his UDA party and his scam movement.
It is a sad evening for the deputy president William Ruto after his chief of staff Ken Osinde passed on. According to sources Ken Osinde died while he was receiving treatment at in a Nairobi hospital. Details as to what he was ailing for still remain scanty as the news continues to unfold.
As new information surfaces, the Office of the Deputy President has advised that Deputy President William Ruto will be absent from the current devolution conference in Wote, Makueni County. According to DP Ruto, who had been widely expected to head the devolution conference in the absence of President Uhuru, who is now in South Africa on a tour,
On Wednesday, , a team of governors, cabinet scretaries led by Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i and the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga, among other political leaders converged in Wote, Makueni county, to officially open the 7th Annual Devolution Conference; which focuses on climate change, specifically the Multi-Level Governance for Climate Action.
The just-concluded Devolution Conference on Friday turned dramatic after counter governors prevented Deputy President William Ruto's Chief of staff to preside over the ceremony. DP Ruto was expected to address the county governors on the last day of the conference however, rather sent his Chief of Staff Ken Osinde to represent him as he continued to a political rally in Nyandarua.
Deputy President William Ruto ( Photo Courtesy) There were chaotic scenes in Wote, Makueni County on Friday when Governors blocked Deputy President William Ruto's aide from addressing them during the just concluded Devolution Conference. The DP who was expected to officially preside over the closing ceremony, had opted to skip the event and headed to Nyandarua county for a series of political activities.
Deputy President William Ruto was supposed to attend the last day Devolution conference that took place in Makueni County yesterday but he did not attend the conference. According to report emerging the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto sends his chief of Staff to preside over the devolution conference but was chase away from the conference.
The second in command has left many Kenyans talking after he failed to show up in the important government event where he was scheduled to close the 7th Annual Devolution Conference in Makueni yesterday. Instead, the Dp chose to drum his bottom up economic model campaigns in Nyandarua county as the event was proceeding.
Kakamega County emerged the second best County during this year's Devolution Conference. Nakuru County emerged the best County while Kitui came third during the Conference that ended today in Makueni County. Governor H.E Dr FCPA Wycliffe Oparanya expressed his appreciation saying he is proud of his County for receiving the Award.
Deputy President William Ruto will not be able to attend the 7th annual Devolution Conference which was scheduled on Friday in Makueni county. David Mugonyo who is part of the DP's communication team saiys that William Ruto will be in Nyandarua county seeking support for his bottom-up economic model which he is relying on to push his 2022 presidential bid.
Deputy president's Chief of Staff Mr. Ken Osinde yesterday faced a difficult time as he was chased by disappointed governors from the devolution conference meeting, DP Ruto was expected to address the conference that was coming to an end yesterday but he sent his Chief of Staff to represent him as he headed to Nyandarua to address a political, The governors didn't take this issue lightly and they blocked Mr. Osinde from addressing the conference claiming that it was an international event that couldn't be addressed by 'anybody.'