Gatundu North MP, Wanjiku Kibe The political season is yet again here with us and leaders are doing anything possible to win in the August polls. The nominations are now over and all eyes are focused on the bigger prize. Kiambu politician and Gatundu North member of parliament, Wanjiku Kibe, has written a message on her social media handles that has raised eyebrows to many Kenyans especially her followers.
Yesterday, night Gatundu North parliamentarian Wanjiku wa kibe took to her social media handles expressing her worry after what happened to her. According to Wanjiku she still can't believe what a party she has been supporting for all those years would do something a such to her.
Gatundu North Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Wanjiku wa Kibe has exposed details of a text message he received from former Kiambu county governor Ferdinand Waititu. Through her Facebook page, she disclosed that the former Kiambu county governor had sent her a message to vote for him during the upcoming United Democratic Alliance movement Party primaries that will be held on the 14th of April.
Gatundu North Member of parliament honorable Moses Kuria has today revived his attack on president Uhuru Kenyatta. Saying that he's the Mp for Uhuru's home area but he is supporting his rival Dp Ruto. Saying that if Uhuru needs bursary and money for development he will get it from Moses Kuria since he is the Mp in his home area.
Gatundu North Member of parliament honorable Moses Kuria has reportedly told Deputy president William Ruto that he is stubborn and need to change. Saying that that he never listened to UDA Members of parliament when they warned him about handshake. In a video posted by a writer in his you tube channel, Moses Kuria claims that Dp Ruto is a stubborn person and he needs to change.
Kiambu County is made up of twelve sub counties namely, Githunguri, Kiambaa, Lari, Limuru, Kabete, Gatundu North, Gatundu South, Juja, Kikuyu, Thika town, Ruiru and Kiambu Town. Out of these 12, seven of them left their Parent party Jubilee and joined the newly formed UDA of William Ruto while some like Moses Kuria created their own party called Chama Cha Kazi.
Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria. The question on the fairness and credibility of party primaries has always been a painful thorn in the flesh especially to the candidates who contest in these nominations. UDA party is among the big political outfits that have conducted nominations and still there are queries on how some candidates clinched the votes to become winners.
Gatundu North MP Anne Wanjiku Kibe has confirmed that she will defend her seat on the ruling Jubilee Party, a day after sparking a heated debate on social media over alleged maltreatment by the ruling party. Kibe insisted that she remains firmly anchored in Jubilee and will seek re-election on its platform, notwithstanding the intrigues behind her pleas on Facebook, when she requested the prayers of her fans.
The political season has resumed, and politicians are working hard to win the August elections. The nominations have finally been submitted, and all eyes are on the top prize. A Kiambu politician and Gatundu North MP, has made a remark on her social media accounts that has caught the curiosity of many Kenyans, particularly her followers.
Kiambu county is among the top counties with most political seats to be contested having 12 constituencies and 60 electoral wards this means a total of 75 positions will be contested where Ruto and Uhuru has already fielded a strong and powerful aspirants to battle in the race. After issuing tickets to various candidates Ruto's Lineup in Kiambu is keen on garnering majority of seats and votes from the region.
An MP aspirant in Gatundu North constituency has come out crying at Chama Cha Kazi claiming they sold his ticket when he went to bury his grandmother.Mathew Mwangi Mukuha came out yesternight to share his painful ordeal with the party and directed his frustration to the party leader Moses Kuria.
Though it appeared lightly at Nyayo Stadium on 29th April 2022 during the state funeral when president Uhuru Kenyatta failed to shake DP Ruto's hands, Kenyans have the issue with such much seriousness. The incident did not go well with many, who got stimulated to react in different ways.
Former Kiambu Governer Hon William Kabogo has left netizens asking themselves some questions after sending a message similar to the one he had made after joining Kenya Kwanza team. As details continues to indicate that Ruto's running mate will come from mount Kenya region, Hon Kabogo has maintained that he will continue to be spoke person of mount Kenya region.
Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has finally opened up as he sends a powerful message to the people and residence of Kiambu county in the central Kenya region a head of the Kenya Kwanza alliance coalition primaries. Taking to his social media account, William Kabogo said, "Today at Lari and Gatundu North constituencies making rounds and affirming our people that I'll continue to speak on their behalf as I seek their support on the Kiambu Gubernatorial race ndo #TujengeKiambu na pamoja Tutatoboa.
Representative for person's with disabilities in Parliament, Hon David Ole Sankok has now said that the Azimio la Umoja coalition us desperate for him. This is after mama Gatundu North, Wanjiiku wa Kibe posted a photo posing next to Hon David Ole Sankok in Parliament. She captioned the photo, " Azimio meets Kenya Kwanza at the national assembly.
Mathew Mwangi, a Member of Parliament aspirant for Gatundu North has said that money was used to deny him a ticket in the Chama Cha Kazi party nominations headed by Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Moses Kuria. Mwangi said that Kuria had sold his ticket to his rich opponent.
Former Kiambu Governor, Ferdinand Waititu Babayao. The political temperatures are continuing to rise as the August election approach. Leaders are making up formations that will secure them a place in the next government. The presidential seat has continued to be the main focus of interest. Political parties are expected to hold their primaries this week to determine the candidates who will make it to the general election in August.
A Gatundu North parliamentary candidate has accused Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria of selling his Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) certificate to a challenger who has lately joined the party and is reported to have large money. Mathew Mukuha Mwangi claims in an impassioned letter to Kuria that money was exchanged to deny him the certificate despite fighting for the seat for over three years.
Gatundu North Member of the National Assembly Hon Moses Kuria has today called out Azimio press secretary, lawyer and Oxford University professor Makau Mutua for alleging that there was low turn out of voters from mount Kenya region. Makau Mutua who has been following closely the on-going UDA nominations, took to his social media platforms to larsh out the parties primaries stating that UDA should worry over the low turn out by voters especially in Mt Kenya region.
Hon David Ole Sankok, a member of Parliament who is known to be a staunch admirer of deputy president William Ruto and a member of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), has reacted to reports that he is intending to leave the party. Hon Kibe Wanjiku, a member of the Jubilee party and Gatundu North MP, was seen with Sankok this morning, and afterwards said that Ole Sankok was moving to the Jubilee party ahead of the August general election.