On Wednesday, President Uhuru Kenyatta signed into law a Bill that prevents secret lovers commonly known as 'mpango wa kando' from inheriting the property of the dead lovers. The president assented to the Law of Succession (Amendment) Bill, 2019 that was sponsored by Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma.
George Peter Kaluma is a Kenyan politician and a die hard supporter of the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga. George Peter Kaluma is the current sitting Homa Bay Town Constituency Member of Parliament. He was elected during the hotly contested 2017 general elections through the Orange Democratic Movement party of Kenya ticket.
George Peter Kaluma is a Kenyan politician from the Lake Side Region of Kenya. He is the current sitting Member of Parliament for Homa Bay Town Constituency in Homa Bay County. He was elected during the hotly contested 2017 general elections through the Orange Democratic Movement party of Kenya ticket.
Worried Kapseret Member of Parliament Hon Oscar Sudi has now expressed his heartfelt disappointment after Deputy President William Ruto's Motorcade was stoned by Angry ODM Supporters. Speaking via another video clip shared by K24 Tv, the Tangatanga MP has reported that it's indeed sad that he was the man behind Raila's Peaceful reception in the Kalenjin land, yet his men organized Ruto to be Humiliated.
On Thursday 11 November 2021, Deputy President William Ruto took his campaign to Homa Bay County to summarize his three-day campaign in Nyanza Region. Accompanying him was Migori County Governor Okoth Obado and Kapseret Constituency lawmaker Oscar Sudi. Despite Ruto and his allies pelted with stones in Kondele Kisumu City, Ruto couldn't stop his presidential bid in the region.
Vocal ODM Member of Parliament has made strange allegations on Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto's after his latest visit to Homa Bay County. The firebrand MP admitted that DP Ruto was warmly welcomed in Homa Bay County by the locals where he enjoyed local dishes of "Omena" and big fish commonly referred to as "Mbuta".
Today, Deputy President William Ruto urged residents of Homa Bay Town to be civil while receiving the shillings 2 million he donated during his campaign trail. The deputy president made the remarks on the third and final day of his Nyanza tour in Homa Bay Town, where he launched his presidential campaign.
Deputy President William Ruto on Thursday, commenced his campaign trails in Nyanza region, starting his morning rallies at Homa Bay Town. This comes just a day after his motorcade was met with rowdy youths in Kisumu, where he was stone as he tried to address Kondele residents.
Homa Bay Town MP, Peter Kaluma, is a happy man after President Uhuru Kenyatta assented to the Law of Succession (Amendment) Bill 2019 which he sponsored in the National Assembly. Uhuru signed into law the bill prohibiting secret lovers from getting a share of the wealth of a person in case they die.
Recently, there has been a growing trend in the country where drama engulfs the send-off events for most people, especially prominent kenyans as side lovers popularly known as 'mpango wa kando' come from nowhere and make demands over their funerals. And now, the numerous 'mpango wa kandos' in Kenya have been dealt a major blow after President Uhuru signed a law locking them out from dead lovers’ wealth.
Homa Bay Town Member of Parliament Peter Kaluma has once again mocked Deputy President William Ruto, this tike over his campaign agenda. He is among allies of ODM leader Raila Odinga who have been regularly bashing the DP, who doubles up as Raila's main opponent in the race for State House.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is striving to leave behind a big legacy as the third president since Kenya attained independence. This has prompted the Head of State to work hard, launch and open various projects across the country and become a diplomatic leader with good relations with other world leaders.
President Uhuru Kenyatta have been dealt with a huge blow to Secret lovers, popularly known in Kenya as Mpango wa Kandos, after he signed the Law of Succession (Amendment) Bill into law. In the Bill assented to on Wednesday, November 17, the secret lovers were barred from laying claim to property of their spouses after they were termed illegitimate.
On Wednesday, the Deputy President William Ruto faced a hostile moment in Kondele, Kisumu County where a number of vehicles in his convoy were destroyed after a group of people threw stones to his motorcade leaving a number of his team members injured. This incident angered the Deputy President's supporters.
Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma, who sponsored the Law of Succession (Amendment) Bill 2019, says he is “happy that slay queens and woman-eaters have fallen” after President Uhuru Kenyatta signed the Bill into law on Wednesday. The new law would see secret lovers get locked out of their partners’ wealth in case of death.
President Kenyatta on Wednesday signed into a Law, a Bill that will see secret lovers walk out empty-handed in case thir lovers die. Law of Succession (Amendment) Bill, 2019 that was sponsored by Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma on November 12, 2019, and passed by the National Assembly.
After President Uhuru Kenyatta signed the Law of Succession (Amendment) Bill 2019 into law on Wednesday, Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma said he was "happy that slay queens and woman-eaters have fallen." Under the new law, secret lovers would be locked out of their partners' wealth if they died under the new law.
In Summary. - The Deputy President William Samoe Ruto has been granted a grant reception in Kisumu County. - Ruto is in Kisumu for his 3rd day of his three day tour in the region with his bottom up economic model. The Deputy President William Samoe Ruto has been treated to a grant reception in Kisumu County on his 3rd day of a 3-day tour in the region.
While Ruto was in his campaign on Thursday, November 11, he advised residents of Homa Bay Town to remain courteous when accepting the Sh2 million he donated during his campaign. Being his last third day and last day in Nyanza province, he showed his love and gave his support.
Miguna after Yesterday's court decision, stated that he will proceed with the journey as earlier communicated and that is, by 17th next week, he will be home. Homa Bay Town MP, George Peter Kaluma on his Twitter has offered an advice to Miguna on making a safe trip back home without being blocked by International Airlines like the last time he tried to flow back to Kenya.