Members of Parliament Who are Likely to Retain Their Seats
Standard Media has left Kenyans mostly, the people of Machakos talking on different social media platforms. This is after they mentioned some of the members of parliament who are likely to retain their seats in Machakos county. According to the source, Patrick Makau of Mavoko constituency, Fabian Muli of Kangundo, Joshua Mwalyo of Masinga, Joyce Kamene and Stephen Mule are some of the MPs who are likely to retain their seats according to professional results.
Machakos MP Present as Ruto Reveals Big Number of Independent MPs Who have Joined Kenya Kwanza
President-Elect William Ruto has revealed that a big number of legislators elected on independent tickets have joined his Kenya Kwanza camp. Speaking on Tuesday after meeting hundreds of leaders elected on Kenya Kwanza Alliance tickets at Karen Nairobi, Ruto revealed that so far, 10 Independent MPs have joined their Kenya Kwanza camp.
Kangundo MP Accuses Opponents of Spreading Fake news
Fabian Muli ,Kangundo member of parliament speaking at a past event(source.Facebook) Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli has trashed claims being peddled online about him disbursingg bursary cheques. Muli told the press that the posts are propaganda by some of his competitors who are out to confuse the locals.
Kangundo MP Fabian Muli promises opponents a bruising battle.
Kangundo MP Fabian Muli has vowed to trounce his opponents in the forthcoming elections saying that they don't have a clear vision for the people of Kangundo. Speaking in Ndunduni after issuing a cheque to Matungulu Primary School in Ndunduni for development, Muli has pointed out that his track record speaks for itself and he cannot be compared to his opponents.
Kangundo MP Calls for Tolerance as Political Heats Begin to Rise
Kanguneo member of parliament addressing parents at Kanzokea primary school(source.facebook) Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli has called for tolerance as political heat increase. Speaking at kanzalu Primary school Muli noted with concerns the recent cases of violence witnessed kn rallies. He observed that there is life after elections and Kenyans should be tolerant with every politician.
Governor Mutua Asked to act as Cleaners at Kangundo Hospital Strike
Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli inspeccts ongoing bridge construction qt Kiomo area in Kangundo(source.C Patterson) On Monday cleaners at Kangundo level four hospital downed their tools. The workers claimed that they have not been paid their dues for over six months. The hospital was left with dirt making it unable for doctors or patients to cope.
Root Out Rogue Colleagues, Kangundo MP Tells Bodaboda Sector
Kangundo MP Fabian Muli addresses journalists at Kivi on Tuesday(source. C Patterson) Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli has urged the bodaboda community to do away with rogue colleagues painting the business a bad image. Speaking at Kivi Muli said that the bodaboda business is good but being spoiler by a few unprofessional riders.
I Need More Time to Work for you, Muli Tells Kangundo Residents
Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli at a past event,(source.facebook) For Kangundo to see tangible elections leaders should be given more than just five years. This is according to Kangundo lawmaker Fabian Muli. Addressing journalists at Kathome Muli urhed the residents to do away with their criterion of changing leaders after five years.
Kangundo MP Fabian Muli says opponents have panicked, resulting to propaganda
Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli has pointed out that his opponents are scared of him to an extent of creating propaganda against him. In an interview with the County Champion, Muli has pointed out that leaders should their manifesto with respect to others and without tainting the image of others.
Parents Asked to Give KCPE Candidates Ample Time During Exams
Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli while addressing journalists at Kanzokea (source. C Patterson) Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli has asked parents to give their children sitting for national examination ample time to write their exams. This is in a bid to ensure they concentrate and do their best during the three-day exercise.