It's with ultimate pain as immediate former county assembly speaker of Nyamira County Mofat Teya shed tears in public after losing the county assembly's ex-official seat to Manga Ward Member of County Assembly, Enock Okero. The race to determine the next speaker for Nyamira County Assembly was tight, as the campaign by the contenders took a different shape in a bid of convincing members of county assembly to vote for them.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition has today received a big win after Junet Muhammad and Sabina Chege as nominated members of parliament. According to reports, Junet held the seat in the last Parliament. In the Senate where Azimio is less by one senator, the coalition settled for the minority seats.
The political temperature is changing especially after William Samoei Ruto and his deputy Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua was sworn in. We have seen many leaders and party decamping to Kenya Kwanza. Recently we saw many of leaders in the parliament electing Kenya Kwanza speaker and Deputy speaker. Athough Azimio La Umoja are claiming that they have a big number in the parliament we have seen Kenya Kwanza controlling majority of the powerful seats.
Things Get Emotional as County Speaker Aspirant Cries in Assembly Chambers, Accuses MCAs of Betrayal
Emotions ran high in the Nyamira county assembly chambers late yesterday after a speaker aspirant shed tears inside the chambers. The speaker could not help it but let the tears flow after he suffered a humiliating defeat in the hands of his opponent. Mr Mofat Teya who was defending his seat for the second time lost to a new comer, Mr Enock Okero.
Until today in the morning,there was no agreement in Azimio over house leadership after Kalonzo Musyoka and his Wiper party didn't agree with how the allocation of the house leadership position were done. Today this afternoon, Kalonzo Musyoka has unveiled the team that is going to lead Azimio in house leadership.According to what Kalonzo unveiled,Opiyo Wandayi has been nominated as the majority leader of the national assembly together with Robert Mbui
Machakos County's governor, Wavinya Ndeti, has committed to collaborating with Kenya's incoming president, William Ruto, for the county's benefit. Wavinya claims that the National Government receives 85% of the budget, while counties receive only 15%, thus she must collaborate with Ruto if she wants to ensure that the people of Machakos receive their fair share of the "National cake." At the funeral for Dr. Ezekiel Mutua's older brother, James Mutinda, held in Mwala Sub County, Senator Agnes Kavindu urged Ruto
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya has announced its Senate and National Assembly leadership today. Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, a coalition member, unveiled the list at a press conference held at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Memorial in Upper Hill, Nairobi. At the National Assembly, Kalonzo announced that the minority leader will be Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi, who will be deputised by his Kathiani counterpart Robert Mbui.
Since Kalonzo Musyoka and his Wiper party disagreed with way the house leadership positions were distributed, there was no agreement in Azimio regarding house leadership until this morning. Kalonzo Musyoka announced the group that will head Azimio in house leadership this afternoon. Opiyo Wandayi and Robert Mbui have been nominated to lead the national assembly's majority, according to what Kalonzo revealed.
Former Manga MCA Enock Okero won the Nyamira county assembly speaker seat. The elections were conducted after the swearing-in of MCAs. Okero got 26 votes out of 35. However former speaker managed nine votes in round one. The contest has narrowed down to two contestants after a period of lobbying.
Kilifi senator Stewart Madzayo and minority leader nominee. Azimio La Umoja movement has officially announced it's senate house leadership after a two- day parliamentary group meeting in Machakos. Azimio movement which has minority of senators in the senate has nominated Kilifi senator Stewart Madzayo as the minority leader in the senate deputized by Kitui senator Enock Wambua.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya on Saturday announced its leadership at the Senate and the National Assembly. Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, a principal in the coalition, unveiled the list in a press conference at a Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Memorial at Upper Hill, Nairobi. At the National Assembly, Kalonzo announced that they have settled on Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi as the minority leader and will be deputised by his Kathiani counterpart Robert Mbui.
Azimio La Umoja has suggested Opiyo Wandayi, a Ugunja MP, to be the majority leader in the National Assembly.Sabina Chege, a former Murang'a women representative, has been chosen to serve as Junet Mohamed's deputy as the majority whip. Junet Mohamed is a member of parliament from Suna East.
Opiyo Wandayi, a Ugunja MP, has been proposed by Azimio La Umoja as the majority leader in the National Assembly. Junet Mohamed a member of parliament from Suna East has been nominated to be the majority whip while Sabina Chege a former Murang'a women representative will serve as her deputy.
The leadership of Azimio One Kenya in the Senate and National Assembly was declared on Saturday. The list was revealed by Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, a principle in the coalition. At the National Assembly, Kalonzo declared that Opiyo Wandayi, Ugunja MP would serve as the minority leader and be assisted by Robert Mbui.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya's Senate and National Assembly leadership was announced today. The list was unveiled at a press conference held at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Memorial in Upper Hill, Nairobi, by Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, a coalition member. Kalonzo announced at the National Assembly that the minority leader will be Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi, who will be deputised by his Kathiani counterpart Robert Mbui.
Suna East Mp Junet Mo hammed has been proposed for the majority whip position and will be deputized by former Murang'a women representative,Sabina Chege. This was announced by party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka during Azimio la umoja coalition Parliamentary group in Athi River.Junet Muhammed was the majority Whip during the last parliament.
Today, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya made its Senate and National Assembly leadership announcements. At a news conference held at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Memorial in Upper Hill, Nairobi, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, a coalition participant, revealed the list. The minority leader will be Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi, who will be assisted by his Kathiani colleague Robert Mbui, according to Kalonzo's announcement at the National Assembly.
Governor Wavinya Ndeti has declared that she will work with President-elect William Samoe Ruto to encourage development in Machakos County. Wavinya claims that because counties only control 15% of the budget and the national government controls 85% of it, she has no choice but to work with Ruto if she wants Machakos' residents to have a piece of the "national cake."
Azimio la Umoja coalition has officially nominated political leaders who will take up leadership roles in the Parliament under William Ruto's government. The coalition nominated honourable Junet Mohammed as the majority whip in the Parliament.The Suna East Member of Parliament will be deputized by the Murang'a County Women representative, honourable Sabina Chege.
Commercial Bank verse Sofapaka Commercial bank host welcoming his opponent team Sofapaka which has played poorly this season. Sofapaka has only collected 19 points while the commercial bank has collected 36 points. The match will take place at Kenyatta Stadium home ground of commercial bank. The match will take place today tonight.