Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has begun a public fight with Kakamega Women Rep Elsie Muhanda after she allegedly declined his advances. The Muhanda noted that the Senator has been attacking in public for the last few because she declined his advances for cash. “We know the character of Senator Malalah, which I detest.
As always, when the elections are nearing, it has become a common thing to most of the politicians who have got ambitions of vying for the upcoming elections position to carry along with them camera so that anything they do or launch to common mwananchi they post on social media platforms to show that they are helping the needy in the society.
Kakamega women rep, honorable Elsie Muhanda has been called out by kenyans after posting a picture of a woman's home claiming that she had upgraded it days after it almost collapsed. Photo:Courtesy Taking to her Facebook account to show kenyans her development projects that she had been working on, the women rep posted a picture of a woman's house before and after she upgraded it claiming that she was now working hard to help most of her supporters.
In Kenya, it is not a new thing for politicians to come to the aid of their people.We always see leaders paying school fees for children from humble backgrounds, donating funds to religious places, just to name but a few things. Hon Elsie Muhanda who is the Women Representative for Kakamega county propagated the same gospel by building a descent house for a resident of the area.She took to her Facebook page and shared the photo of the house.
Today morning Kakamega Woman Representative Elsie Muhanda urged residents of Kakamega County to turn up in masses in the ongoing countrywide Mass Voter Registration exercise. Speaking today during a local Radio interview, Muhanda said that it was only through voter registration that the County as well as Western Region will have a say in the forthcoming polls (2022 General elections).
The Kakamega Women Representative Elsie Muhanda has defended her track record and accused Senator Cleophas Malalah of a vendetta to soil her name. She said claims by the senator that her office was allocated Ksh. 140 Million under the National Government Affirmative Action Fund were false. "Every Women Rep. in Kenya is allocated Ksh.
The battle for the Kakamega Women Representative's seat continues to intensify as the incumbent fights to retain it in next year's elections. Elsie Muhanda faces a battle of her life amid stiff competition from four opponents. The others include Nominated Senator Naomi Shiyonga who is seeking to eliminate Ms. Muhanda in the ODM primaries.
It's humorous that a less fortunate person is built for a house then The donor brands her name on it. It's a bad show, however. Mama County for Kakamega commonly known As Hon. Elsie Muhanda came in handy for a poor resident of Kakamega and built a house.
Political leaders are now gearing up to engage in funny activities that would bring them on the limelight ahead of the 2022 general elections. On Wednesday, Kakamega MP Elsie Muhanda faced the wrath of frustrated followers online after she posted a new mud house, with pink coloured door and windows, which she had upgraded for one of her constituents, and later wrote her name of it.
When electing our leaders, most of us always try to make sure that we make the best choice. However not all of the leaders we elect always turn out as we wanted. This is because some leaders have been seen prioritizing their selfish desires instead serving those who elected them.
Kenyans will be going back to the ballot in 2022 to choose leaders who will take them through the next five years. The sitting leaders are doing everything possible to make sure they retain their seats while those aspiring to run for leadership positions are devising new strategies to win the hearts of the people.
Kakamega Women Representative Centre. The speech of Kakamega women representative, Elsie Muhanda was cut short on the arrival of the police who wanted to arrest her for flaunting Covid-19 protocols at the approved ground opposite Masinde Muliro university after she had gathered a huge group of individuals with an intention of seeking 2022 political support.
Most of the Kenyan politicians have been known for a while now for branding their projects with their names to show the people who elected them that they are working. Well, this time around the "tanga tanga" brigade allied women representatives have taken it to another level.
It was not a reaction that Elsie Muhanda MP for Kakamega County expected. This is after she built a mud house for a constituent. She shared before and after pictures. What caught eye of many Kenyans is that she plastered her name on the newly built mud house.
Political heat in the country is gaining momentum as top government lawmamkers and politicians have already started putting their camps in order ahead of 2022 general elections. It's good news to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga as Tongaren member of parliament on Ford Kenya party Dr. Eseli Simiyu has backed Odinga's presidential bid ahead of 2022 polls.
A women representative from Kakamega County has faced it rough with Kenyans who have ganged up against her for her ways of showing off her philanthropic deeds. It has been revealed that honorable Elsie Muhanda, a woman representative from Kakamega came to the aid of her suffering resident whose small muddy house was on the verge of collapsing.
In Summary - The Kagamega women rep, the one Elsie Muhanda has moved crowd with her generosity. - She has built a beautiful house that has built for her need local. - However some local were not happy with her move to have her name written on the beautiful house.
Kakamega County women representative in parliament,Elsie Muhanda has angered Kenyans online after she posted 'before and after' pictures of a house she reportedly built for a needy resident.The member of parliament posted on her official facebook account,alluding that it inspires her to transform lives of her people.The mud house with wooden windows and a door was branded with her names on the fisher board.
Leaders have been performing development projects in their areas of jurisdiction and posing for photos as show off. However, a Tangatanga allied leader has received backlash after she etched her name against a mud house she built for one of her constituents. The Ruto allied Kakamega Women representative Elsie Muhanda bulit a house for a needy member and took to her social media platform to showcase her show of gratitude.
How a Philanthropic Act Became A Trolling Event For Kakamega Women Representative Elsie Muhanda (Photos)
Kakamega County Women Representative Elsie Muhanda has unwittingly attracted the ire of online trolls. The politician shared an image of a house she renovated for a less privileged family. In her attempt to put a smile on the face of one of her constituents, Muhanda renovated the constituent's madhouse and emblazoned on it, "Elsie Muhanda Mama County Kakamega funded”.