Photo courtesy of President William Ruto and former nominated Member of Parliament David Ole Sankok. The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party finally nominates its brigades to important seats. Former Mombasa county gubernatorial candidate Hassan Omar and former nominated Member of National Assembly David Sankok are among the powerful brigades in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
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After loosing the August General Elections, after missing out of the government appointments and after missing to secure political parties' nominations, big names have now shifted their focus on the East African Legislative Assembly nominations slots. A photo collage of Hassan Omar and Naomi Shaban. Photo/Courtesy.
It is now official that president ruto's coalition Kenya Kwanzaa has finally settled on five legislators to become members of the East African legislative assembly after a secret balloting that happened at state house today. Two of the names being that of Hassan Omar who contested for the Mombasa gubernatorial seat under the united democratic alliance and that's of Ole Sankok who was also a nominated member of Parliament in the just-concluded Parliament.
Among the people who were extremely vocal during the campaign period was Cate Waruguru. The former Laikipia women representative went out of her way as she tirelessly campaigned for William Ruto and thus, many people expected that her name would be among the top names in President William Ruto's Cabinet but they were surprised to find out that she wasn't considered.
Narok Senator HE Ledama Olekina has Congratulated UDA nominee for the East African Legislative Assembly Hon. David Ole Sankok. The Kenya Kwanza Members of Parliament had earlier elected the following Nominees to the East African Legislative Assembly 1. Hassan Omar 2. Zipporah Kering 3. David Ole Sankok
Azimio La Umoja Alliance have received good news after Raila Odinga last born daughter Winnie Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka first born Son Kennedy were elected by Senate f0r EALA seat. Kennedy Kalonzo gannered 45 votes in the Senate while Winnie Odinga had 35 votes and Suleiman Shabal had 38 votes but the 4th candidate from Azimio to garner more votes is Fatuma Gedi who had 31 votes compared to Kanini Kega who had 29 votes.
If a list of individuals who persistently worked for President William Ruto during the campaign season is issued today, Cate Waruguru's name will be near the top. This is because she was always committed to campaigning for Ruto, going so far as to publicly trash his opponents.
The Kenya Kwanza coalition which is being led by President Ruto is doing everything to ensure that they select strong members to represent the KK team in EALA. However, Denis Itumbu who is one of Ruto's insiders alleges that the Kenya Kwanza coalition members have decided the members who will represent the coalition in EALA includes;
One of the numerous people that spoke up a lot during the campaign was Cate Waruguru. Because of the lengths she went to in her tireless campaign for President William Ruto, many people had high hopes that the former Laikipia women's representative's name would be among the top names in Ruto's cabinet.
Many leaders have taken to social media to congratulate the EALA elected members of parliament. One of the people who had a message. The nine are; 1. Hon. Hassan Omar 2. Hon. David Sangok 3. Hon. Zipporah Kering 4. Hon.
On November 17, Winnie Odinga and Kennedy Musyoka, the children of Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka, respectively, were chosen to serve in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA). Hassan Omar, a former senator from Mombasa, David Ole Sankok, Suleiman Shahbal, Kanini Kega, Maina Mwangi, Zipporah Kering, and Falhada Iman were the other seven who joined the two in the Parliament in Arusha.
On November 17, Winnie Odinga and Kennedy Musyoka, the children of Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka respectively were chosen to serve in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA). Hassan Omar, a former senator from Mombasa, David Ole Sankok, Suleiman Shahbal, Kanini Kega, Maina Mwangi, Zipporah Kering and Falhada Iman were the other seven individuals that joined the two in the Parliament in Arusha.
The race to the East Africa Legislative Assembly EALA has been tight as several leaders who had been nominated by the different political parties had so much hope in winning the race. Kenya Kwanza alliance team had fronted their nominees including former Nominated mp Ole Sankok and other four members.
At State House, the president of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) held a meeting with the party's legislatures. It was reportedly about the nominations of the EALA members. It was then reported that the president's party had settled on five individuals to represent it.
The president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto's blogger Dennis Itumbi has finally released the list of members who have been elected by the president to represent in the east African legislative Assemblies The names have been made familiar by publishing them through the social media platform by the blogger Itumbi early this morning.
Image courtesy: Twitter. Big hypocrisy has been Witnessed as Kenyan Politicians Endorse their Closest relatives for the East African Legislative Assembly as news emerges. The assembly is a part of the larger East African Community, and it also acts as the legislative arm of the Community for the countries in the region.
Today is the voting day for the MPs who will represent Kenya in the EALA, and the UDA camp has already made public the list of the five candidates they would be supporting. The top five candidates, including former Mombasa senator Hassan Omar, former Nandi Women Representative MP Zipporah Kering, former nominated MP David Ole Sankok, former URP Secretary General Fred Muteti, and former nominated senator Falhada Dekow Iman, were chosen in a secret vote after they met at the State House.
Today was a big day for the members of parliament that aimed at getting a chance in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) as elections were underway in both houses that is The Senate and Parliament. After the election and tallying process,the following will be members to represent Kenya at the EALA:
The united democratic alliance party has finally voted and elected their representatives to the East African legislative assembly. In a parliamentary general meeting that was held at the statehouse in presence of the president, the nominated members were elected. Tue members of who were elected are, Hon Hassan Omar, hon David Ole Sankok, Hon Zipporah Kering, Fred Muteti, and Hon Falhada Dekow Iman.
Photo: Display of Five Individuals Elected by the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition to East Africa Legislative Assembly. Through president William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance submitted a list of fifteen individuals to the National Assembly for consideration for the prestigious EALA seats, the camp only sponsor five out of nine of the available seats.