President Kenyatta Sends a Message To DP Ruto As He Sends a Powerful Message to The Mt Kenya Region Ahead Of 2022
President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has sent a powerful message to DP William Samoei Ruto over the 2022 Presidential elections. While addressing the Residents of kiguni in Kirinyaga County. Uhuru Kenyatta directly pointed out his Deputy, and he stated that despite Ruto and his team working hard to access Statehouse.
All eyes are on President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto to see if they can reunite and enjoy each other's company again, as they did before the Handshake effectively divided the two top leaders. The recent efforts by religious leaders to bring President Uhuru and DP Ruto together only emphasize how important the two leaders are to Kenya's history, especially as the country approaches the 2022 General Elections.
With barely a year left to the General Elections, we have witnessed a number of Women Representatives across the country who have declared interest on other elective seats other than defending their current positions. For instance, Women Reps For Kirinyaga, Laikipia, and Kiambu have all declared they will go for other positions in their respective regions in 2022.
The 2022 General Elections that are drawing nearer are causing heated debates in the country. The formation of coalitions and alliances is being witnessed as the race takes shape. The turbulent political landscape has now left many Kenyans hopeless on how the 2022 politics will look like. Recently, the Narok Senator, Ledama Olekina has emerged with a bold message to Kenyans.
Kenya has had quite a number of General Elections since gaining independence from the British back in the year 1963. Picture courtesy. Kenyatta and Moi. During this period, the country has witnessed successful General Elections that although sometimes have been marred with chaos, have at the end been peaceful.
The outgoing Jubilee Secretary General Mr. Raphael Tuju has sent a very powerful message to the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader, honorable Raila Amollo Odinga, over the 2022 General Elections. Speaking to the Sunday Nation Newspaper publications, vTuju has revealed how Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega and Jubilee Nominated MP Main Kamanda are playing Politricks against the former Prime minister.
The 1992 General Elections were some of the most hotly congested elections in the history of the country for various reasons. Picture courtesy. One of the main reasons that this was a historic election was the fact that the constitution had allowed multi party democracy and candidates from various parties ran for office.
With less than an year to the much awaited 2022 General Elections, different Political Parties including ODM, UDA among others have been trying to spread their wings into different parts of the Nation in a bid to bring onboard more followers. In that connection, Kenyans were left in mixed reactions after Orange Democratic Movement made broad steps in Kisii County by opening new offices in the region including Keumbu Town and Masimba.
As the clock ticks towards the 2022 General Elections, politicians are quickly turning to various tricks and antics to charm the public in a bid to win votes. Currently politicians are focused on mobilizing eligible citizens to come out and register as they prepare for next year's polls.
The rate of competition in the coming 2022 General Elections is at unstable state forcing the co hots to use different way of facing the challenge. While doing his campaign, amicably, the deputy president William Ruto enters Lamu riding on a donkey making his strong campaigns today few day just after the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga had done his campaign in the Costal region.
Jimmy Kibaki, the eldest son of former President Mwai Kibaki, could be on the ballot in next year's General Elections. Jimmy, who is currently the deputy party leader of The New Democrats (TND), is expected to run for president in August 2022.
Revealed: Main Goal Those Behind Uhuru-Ruto Reunion Wanted After Learning DP Could Be Next President
All eyes are on President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto to see if they would re-unite and enjoy each other's company like they did before the Handshake, which effectively separated the two top leaders. The recent attempts by church leaders to bring President Uhuru and DP Ruto together only serves to highlight how crucial the two leaders are to Kenya's history, particularly as we approach the 2022 General Elections.
Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Honourable Raila Odinga, took his Azimio La Umoja Campaign to Turkana where he urged residents to uphold peace, as the Country heads to the 2022 General Elections. He spoke of various challenges affecting the people of Turkana, including insecurity, water shortage and food shortage for the people and their livestock.
Politicians in Kenya are preparing thoroughly for the upcoming General Elections. Today the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto had a successful aspirants forum meeting at his Karen residence in Nairobi. It brought together many people from the counties of Kisumu, Migori, HomaBay, Kisii, Kakamega, Bungoma, Siaya, Busia, Vihiga and Nyamira.
Murang'a County Governor Hon Mwangi Wa Iria has dismissed Mount Kenya Foundation (MKF), revealing what will happen ahead of the 2022 General Elections. Through the Monday Standard Newspaper Publications. Gov Wa Iria stated that he does not recognise the existence of MKF. He said there is no Individual in this Country, who has the Authority to announce who will be the President five years to come.
Moses Kuria Delivers Bad News to All 2022 Aspirants Aged Over 45 Years Wishing to Vie for a Key Political Seat Via His Party
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has delivered a bad message to all aspirants aged 45 years above seeking to contest vis his political party, Chama Cha Kazi, in the forthcoming General Elections. Taking to the social media, the outspoken legislator claimed that anyone aged 45 years and above will not be given a chance to compete for the Member of County Assembly (MCA) positions.
Photo (Courtesy) The former Chief Justice, David Maraga has sent a warning ahead of Kenya's 2022 general elections. According to him, if Kenyans let politicians continue spreading impunity, the country will face more challenges after the elections. Speaking today while in a special event held in Mombasa, Maraga said that Kenya is in a dilemma of the way some politicians are practicing corruption and spreading impunity.
Deputy President William Ruto is one of the leading candidates for the presidency in 2022, and he is often regarded as the most powerful politician due to his current popularity. He does, however, face serious competition from Raila Odinga, the leader of the ODM Party, whose political clout cannot be underestimated.
In the history of Kenyan politics, Mt Kenya region has never failed to produce a powerful presidential candidate in all the General Elections. The region boasts of more than 7 million voters and has for along time voted as a bloc. This is one of the reasons why the region has produced three out of the four presidents who have ruled so far.
Prior to the next General Elections, Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses has Kuria has set a precedent by prohibiting candidates seeking nominations on his Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) linked party. On Wednesday, October 13, Kuria made it clear on his social media page that anyone over the age of 45 who wants to compete for CCK tickets for Members of County Assemblies (MCAs) seats will be barred out.