ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has openly stated where he intends to go after 2022. The Cabinet Secretary stated on the Inooro TV Kiririmbi Show that he will not seek elective positions and will return to the private sector. Mucheru was previously employed by Google before being appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Deputy President William Ruto and his camp are only trying to cause panic among Kenyans ahead of 2022 polls, ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has said. This, he says, is why Ruto and his UDA party have launched an attack on Chief Justice Martha Koome for participating in 2022 election preparations.
The ongoing twin-pronged scathing attacks between the two heads in Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) seems to have outgrown its path and exhibited the damaging differences between the two factions during national crucial events. Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party president Raila Odinga yesterday Wednesday, 24th November, 2022, inaugurated the 7th Annual Devolution Conference at Makueni High School, Wote, Makueni county where a battery of pro-handshake Governors and Cabinet Secretaries attended the conference as DP Ruto's allied Governors snubbed the function.
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya says it is only Raila who can effectively move the country forward after President Uhuru Kenyatta retires. Speaking in Nyeri at the Azimio la Umoja for Mt Kenya West, the Agriculture CS also hit out at politicians claiming they owned the Mt Kenya vote telling them the region will not be forced to back anyone in 2022. ”We are confident in Raila Odinga. We have resolved ‘ki-roho safi’, to support Baba for the Presidency after President Uhuru Kenyatta leaves office,”
ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has blatantly revealed where he will go after 2022. Speaking at Inooro TV Kiririmbi Show on Sunday night, the Cabinet Secretary said he will nit seek elective posts and will go back to the private sector. Mucheru formerly worked at Google before being appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The IEBC has withdrawn from a panel formed by the state to ensure election preparedness after. In a letter (copied to Attorney General Kihara Kariuki, Chief Justice Martha Koome, Treasury CS Ukur Yatani, ICT CS Joe Mucheru, NIS director general Philip Kameru, IG Hillary Mutyambai, DPP Noordin Haji among others) addressed to PS Karanja Kibicho, IEBC chair said that he has taken that step to withdraw from the National Multi-Sectoral Consultative Forum on Election Preparedness and Technical Working Committee after serious consultations saying being in the panel would interfere with its independence.
While speaking at Inooro TV on Sunday night, ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has slammed the Deputy President William Ruto and his allies over their allegeations on planned schemes to rig them out. According to the Cabinet Secretary, what the Deputy President William Ruto and his allies are being crippled by the thought of losing elections to the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Speaking at Inooro TV on Sunday night, ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has blatantly revealed why Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission(IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati wrote to him and what he wanted. The Embattled cabinet Secretary revealed that the IEBC Chairman wanted network to by installed all over the country before the next general elections.
CS Mucheru and the Chief Justice Martha Koome have urged the deputy president William Ruto to stop panicking. According to the two, DP Ruto and his team must avoid being scared as it's clear the next elections will be free and fair. According to Mucheru, Ruto has nothing to fear rather he should continue with his politics to win supporters as that's all is required.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) withdrew out of the Election Preparedness Committee eight months before the August 9, 2022 polls, citing claimed violation of its independence. The IEBC Chairman, Wafula Chebukati, informed members of the National Multi-Sectoral Consultative Forum on Election Preparedness and its Technical Working Committee in a letter dated Monday, November 29, that the polls' body would not submit to pressure to abandon its election mandate as stipulated in the Constitution.
Kirinyaga County Governor Hon Anne Mumbi Waiguru has openly said that it's now evident and clear the the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has already won the in the much-awaited 2022 Presidential election. Speaking during another Rally attended by Deputy President William Ruto, the Tangatanga Governor has openly said that from her looks of things and according to the experience she has concerning the so-called deep state members, it's now in the public domain that something is been cooked even as 2022 general election draws nearer.She has lamented that the involvement of senior and respected Government officials in the 2022 presidential campaigns is a clear indication that the case has been decided, even though they are worrying because Ruto is united with his God and people.
The youth of Kenya have been asked to tap into the country’s digitization process to be able to have a bigger say in the nation’s socio-economic development. This clarion call was issued by Cabinet Secretary ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs Joe Mucheru. Presiding over the launch of the Kenya Vision 2030 Flagship Programmes and Projects Progress Reports and Scorecard in Nairobi, CS Mucheru said the development blueprint holds a lot for everyone, urging all and sundry to be focused on where we as a nation want to go.
William Ruto Deputy President camp has protested the inclusion of Chief Justice Martha Koome in the technical committee on election preparedness, demanding that she dissociates herself from the team. In a letter dated November 24, 2021 by Dr Ruto's party — United Democratic Alliance (UDA) , the party demands that she "stops, abandons, desists, refrains and ceases from participating in the activities of the technical working committee".
|Photo Courtesy Of NDICC Team Landing At Moi Girl's Ground's In Isinya, Kajiado| This evening, the National Development Implementation and Communication Committee (NDICC) team has made an impromptu visit to the Moi Girl's Isinya in Kajiado County. The team includes the Cabinet Secretary for the Environment Keriako Tobiko, CS Ministry for Defence Eugene Wamalwa, CS For ICT Joe Mucheru, CS Foreign Affairs Monica Juma and the President's Delivery Unit (PDU) head Andrew Wakahiu.
The government remains non-committal on whether it will give out the Ksh.60 million bounty it promised for information that would lead to the arrest of three terror convicts who had escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison. Reports indicated that the three jailbirds Musharaf Abdalla, Mohamed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Odhiambo, were arrested in a bush within Kitui County following a tip-off from members of the public.
|NDICCC Team Enroute To Isinya KETRACO Sub-station| The National Development Implementation bans Communication Cabinet Committee (NDICCC) that is usually made of Cabinet Secretaries has today surprised many after gracing three key events within a span of just one day. NDICCC is a team formed under the office of the President to co-ordinate, monitor the delivery and provide oversights of all government project's and programmes.
The three fugitives who had escaped earlier from the Kamiti maximum prison on Sunday have been arrested in Mwingi, Kitui county. The three, Musharraf Abdalla, Joseph Juma and Mohammed Abdi were arrested while they were on their way to Garissa. The police have indicated that the suspects were heading to Somalia.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has today responded on the promise that was placed for anybody who will provide any relevant information that will help in the arrest of the three escapees from Kamiti Maximum Prison. According to reports, the three jailbirds; Musharaf Abdalla, Mohamed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Odhiambo, were arrested in a bush within Kitui County following a tipoff from members of the public.
The government remains non-committal on whether it will give out the Ksh.60 million bounty it promised for information that would lead to the arrest of three terror convicts who had escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison. Addressing the media at Kamiti prison where the three criminals were returned after their recapture, Interior CS Fred Matiang'i brushed off a question by Citizen TV journalist Hassan Mugambi about the Ksh.60 million reward.
KANU national chairman is one of the leaders who have shown interest on the presidential seat. In the last two weeks, the Baringo senator has graced various events across the country and hosted various delegations for consultation. Over the weekend he camped at his rural home in Sacho to meet his supporters.