ODM secretary general Edwin sifuna has corrected Dennis Itumbi over claims that ANC has reinstated cleophas malala as senate deputy minority leader.This is after malala was seen meeting with his party leader.Sifuna tells Dennis to tell Murkomen read for him court orders and elaborate what the law stipulates.
ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna ( Photo Courtesy) There is no denying that ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna is one of the most promising young politicians in the country today.Now at the helm of one of the largest political parties in Kenya today, Sifuna does not shy away from speaking his mind.
Today ODM Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna has put Tangatanga blogger in his place after his controversial statement.A few days ago, ODM senators removed Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala as the Deputy Minority Leader.This move didn't go down well as former NASA coalition Principals protested claiming that ODM was using its powers to frustrate them due to their bad-blood relationship that has been witnessed in the last few months.
Rt.Hon Edwin Sifuna is a Kenyan politician and also the ODM party Secretary general.Today on his official verified Twitter account he has posted a tweet concerning the way the Judicial commission are asking questions to the SC Fred Ngatia.Photo of SC Fred Ngatia.According to Edwin Sifuna on his tweet he has liken the channels to a player from Manchester City called Kevin De Bruyne.
The ongoing JSC interview is now taking shape and Senior Council Fred Ngatia is facing the panel.Fred Ngatia is one of the Lawyers that represented president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017 presidential election petition.Section of law makers and Kenyans in general alleged that Ngatia has already been given the job and the interviews were just meant to fool Kenyans.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna, has reacted to the ongoing interviews for the recruitment of the new Chief Justice to succeed the retired CJ David Maraga. Speaking to Citizen Television, Sifuna said that he is not well convinced with the ongoing process, and whether it will finally arrive with the suitable and appropriate person for the position of Chief Justice. He argued by saying that some commissioners in the panel are asking irrelevant questions, which are making
Top Blogger Picks Fight With ODM Secretary General Sifuna As Malala Gets Reinstated To His Position.
Politics is always a mind game played well by politicians.Several weeks back Orange Democratic movement announced the removal of Cleophas Malala as a minority leader in the senate following his Matungu kabochi scandal.ODM party led by Raila Odinga has been having problems with its Nasa Coalition partners.
Judiciary Service Commission is in the process of searching for the next Chief Justice of our beloved country. For the last one week, the JSC has already interviewed five candidates. For this week's interviews, Justice Ngatia will be among them. Despite the entire exercise is still on, JSC has received several setbacks either from Kenyans or political leaders. Kenyans have been speculating that the process might be influenced by the political class and this will automatically affect the decision from the panel.
The race of constitutional amendments is fast taking shape as it's proponents keeps the public in high spirits. After the chaos that marred the 2017 general elections, ODM party leader Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta took their time to talk to each other and give Kenyans a way forward through the handshake. This brought about the need to have a new constitution that will cater for all political contestants as well as solve historical injustices that has crippled the country since independence. Photo
It was a sad moment on Saturday night after an order from the government to the police to impose road blocks as put across by President Uhuru Kenyatta's carfew directive, as a way of helping to curb the spread of Covid-19 pandemic. The government action lead to blocking of the essential service providers like ambulances, a move that elicited a public uproar where most Kenyans seemed to be unhappy with the government act. However, Soy MP Caleb Kositany, Orange Democratic Movement secretary general Edwin Sifuna
Today marks a milestone achievement for both ANC party and Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala.A few weeks ago, Cleophas Malala was ousted as deputy minority leader at the senate by ODM party.He complained of the impromptu removal terming it unconstitutional and politically motivated by his political critics.
ODM party Secretary General Hon Edwin Sifuna has today come out and dared the Deputy President to resign and quit government. Sifuna revealed this in Citizen Tv's morning show DayBreak. This comments come barely after an extensive interview of William Ruto on the same TV Station. In the interview with journalist Linus Kaikai, The Deputy President said that he won't resign despite mounting pressure from a section of Government and Opposition leaders allied to the handshake. In the interview that aired on Citizen
Edwin Sifuna.It is just recently when speculations filled the air that Edwin Sifuna had been ousted by the ODM party as the Secretary General.The rumours spread quickly like wild fire making it easy for one to believe.During all that period, Edwin Sifuna himself was quiet.
Vocal Kiminini Member Of Parliament Chris Wamalwa has revealed what is likely to happen to the Deputy President William Ruto if he give in to those pressuring him to resign. Chris Wamalwa was speaking at Citizen TV on Monday morning alongside Senator Linturi, Beatrice Elachi, Caleb Kositany and ODM Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna. Wamalwa went ahead to explain that the resignation of the Deputy President William Ruto from the seat tho holds will make him very vulnerable. Wamalwa maintains that Ruto will
Since last week on Monday, Judiciary Service Committee has been vetting all applicants who had applied for the position of Chief Justice. The Judiciary Service Commission has already vetted five Justices including Martha Koome, Murgor, Mbote among other two. The entire process has been long and tiresome as the panelist seat for more than six hours. Kenyans have been alleging that politics might affect the panel decisions. According to Kenyans, they wish the panel to come up with the person who has the highest
While speaking Citizen TV on Monday morning, former Nairobi County Speaker Beatrice Elachi has lashed out at William Ruto for trying to overtake his president Uhuru Kenyatta. Elachi was speaking alongsideLinturi, Chris Wamalwa, Caleb Kositany and ODM Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna. According to Elachi, those coming up with the narrative that the Deputy President William Ruto is being punished should get it clear that he's the one punishing himself. The president is the head of the Government.￼ "Nobody
During an interview with Citizen TV this morning Soy constituency member of Parliament Hon Caleb Kositany and ODM party secretary General Hon Edwin Sifuna has blasted the government and the police for the inhumanity they showed Kenyans on Saturday along Thika superhighway past curfew hours. The two have also given recommendations on what the government should have done before making innocent Kenyans spend their night in the cold. Hon Kositany in particular has reprimanded the police for making Kenyans suffer
William Ruto. Deputy President William Ruto is a person going through a rough period of time. He has plenty of political enemies who keep on attacking from every direction. He actually needs to be very strong if he is to survive longer in the political arena. Just recently, DP William Ruto had an interview with Citizen TV's Linus Kaikai. In that interview, he stated clearly that he is not thinking of resigning but just some days later, Edwin Sifuna has come out bitterly to tell him to step aside. While speaking
I had planned to expound on something completely unique this week, however then I saw an online pattern a weekend ago about this talk that ODM had terminated secretary general Edwin Sifuna. The planned manner by which the phony news spread like bushfire highlighted an extremely coordinated source. In any case, with Sifuna, the foes are heap, going from the previous NASA accomplices, the Tangatanga people, ODM's own inner divisions, or even powers among their accomplices in government, so the quest for whodunit
The Deputy President William Ruto, has been openly told by the ODM Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna that he will not run away from the Jubilee failures. Speaking on an interview with Citizen Television, Sifuna said that the DP is trying to hide from the Jubilee government failure, especially what happened during the first term of Jubilee regime. He argued that the worst part of the jubilee administration, happened during the first five years term of Jubilee government between 2013 and 2017, was as result