The 2022 presidential race is getting stiffer each day with the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Rt Hon. Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto taking credit as top politicians in opinion polls to succeed president Uhuru. With the top contenders bracing themselves to face off their political arch rivals in the August polls, the ODM leader has laid down a special strategy aimed at bringing in more politicians into his camp through the Azimio La Umoja Movement.
A dramatic scene has unfolded this evening on the floor of the National Assembly as lawmakers were debating on the contentious amendment of political parties act. The bill has sharply divided the house with the handshake MPs supporting the bill while UDA lawmakers oppose the bill. The Wednesday seating has stalled temporarily after legislators allied to the deputy president stormed out displaying an envelope alleged to have contained a 10 million bribe to whip members to voting in a certain direction.
Malindi member of parliament Aisha Jumwa is probably the talk of the day today after she was taped walking bare feet and hurling insults in a chaotic scene in parliament. The parliament today turned into a madhouse after Azimio la Umoja mps and Dp Ruto's allies clashed over the political parties amendment bill.
Although Raila Odinga took time before finally declaring his interest in the presidential seat, he knew exactly what he was doing. That is because from that time, the ODM party leader has been moving quick and as we are speaking, he has even been leading in some preliminary polls conducted by different stations.
The National Assembly today witnessed chaos again as incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga's allied politicians locked horns with Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's Tangatanga faction politicians. This was during the debate on the Political Parties Amendment bill that is being opposed by DP William Ruto and his allies.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga today hosted several leaders at Serena hotel for consultative meeting. The leaders were drawn from different political parties allied to Azimio La Umoja movement. Several issues affecting the region and the region's political landscape were discussed in the meeting. The region consists of Garissa, Wajir, Marsabit, Turkana and Mandera counties.
The orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga today held a meeting with leaders at his office in Nairobi county where they discussed various issues ahead of the next general election. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the meeting was also attended by several leaders from arid and semi arid region who agreed to support Raila Odinga.
Kenya has never had a woman as a President since independence. Currently, DP William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are favorites to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta Who is serving his second and final term. But, which female politician can ascend the Presidency? According to Wajir Women Representative Hon.
The Hustler camp has been dealt a blow after the latest development in the Parliament. During the debating of the political party amendment bill the deputy president William Ruto's camp has been interlocking horns with Azimio la Umoja allies. Amid this move, deputy president William Ruto's ally Kiharu Member of Parliament honorable Ndindi Nyoro has been suspended after his allegations concerning bribery.
Kiharu constituency member of Parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro has raised serious allegations against pro handshake members of Parliament today in the national assembly special seating. Nyoro accused Wajir county women representative Hon Fatuma Gedi of issuing money as bribe to pro handshake members for them to vote for the controversial political parties amendment bill.
The discussion on Political Parties (Amendment) Bill of 2021 stopped indeed on Wednesday. This was after Wajir Woman Representative Fatuma Gedi was blamed by Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro for dispersing cash in the House. Nyoro who rose on an important matter fingered Gedi for passing out Sh100,000 to individuals in a bid to influence them.
Wednesday’s special sitting at the Kenyan Parliament was a scene of chaos and drama as Members of Parliament (MPs) voted on the contentious Political Parties Amendment Bill. Rowdy MPs, who were mostly from the political camp associated with Deputy President William Ruto and are opposed to the bill took the floor in a bid to rough up Majority Leader Amos Kimunya who was moving an amendment.
Kiharu Member Of Parliament Hon. Ndindi Nyoro has made fresh allegations against Fatuma Gedi. The vocal Tangatanga MP has made these allegations after a chaotic session in the National Assembly during the debating of the Political parties Bill. During the session the Legislator loudly leveled those allegations against Fatuma Gedi after legislators allied to the Deputy President William Ruto who were being overpowered by pro_handshake leaders who were for the political parties Bill.
Ndindi Nyoro is a Kenyan politician and currently he is the Member of Parliament from Kiharu Constituency that is in Murang'a county elected through the Jubilee party. Today he made bribery allegations in parliament and it has caused him to be suspended from Parliament. Ndindi Nyoro had accused Fatuma Gedi for dishing out money to legislators in a bid to sway them into voting, for the political parties amendment bill.
Ndindi Nyoro. Photo courtesy. Tangatanga allied member of Parliament, Hounerable Ndindi Nyoro has today caused drama in Parliament forcing the acting speaker of national assembly to make a rulling. It all started when Garissa County Woman representative, Hounerable Fatuma Gedi moved from her position to distribute lollipops.
Today there was a commotion is parliament after Kiharu member is parliament accused Fatuma Gedi of bribing Mps with Kemsa bullions. The Wajir woman representative was distributing sweets to fellow Azimio La Ummoja supporters. This act angered Ndindi Nyoro for Wich prompted him to request her ouster. Nyoro is a close ally of the deputy president who was fighting a bill introducing rules to the coalition act.
Chaos erupted again in the parliament after a group of Tangatanga leaders claimed that pro-handshake operatives were using bribes and other dubious means to lure members of parliament to vote for their proposals. According to Ndindi Nyoro, one of the Jubilee leader, Fatuma Gedi was openly walking around the house as she distributed money in tunes of hundred to two hundred thousand shillings to the MPs.
Drama was witnessed when Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro who is a vocal supporter to the Deputy President William Ruto was on Wednesday, January 5, suspended from Parliament. Nyoro was suspended for two days from the House over bribery allegations he made against Wajir East MP, Fatuma Gedi.
Ndindi Nyoro a Kenyans politician, an economist and an entrepreneur. He was born in 12th december 1985. He is a member of Parliament of Kiharu Constituency in Murang'a County in Central part of Kenya. He is a graduate from Kenyatta University with a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) and was a student leader at the same university.
The afternoon session was no different either as a section of MPs rose up and roamed the House at the close of a voting round in protest of faulty voting kits. Kiharu Member of Parliament, Ndindi Nyoro, was on Wednesday, January 5, suspended from Parliament.