Days after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission announced the Nairobi Gubernatorial elections results, two of the top opponents have held a high profile meeting. The two, Johnson Sakaja and Polycarp Igathe met at a top hotel for coffee as had been proposed by the outgoing Nairobi county senator Johnson Sakaja.
At least eight independent candidates who won parliamentary seats in the general election on August 9, 2022, have been chosen by the incoming president. The eight met with other Kenya Kwanza elected leaders on Wednesday, August 17, at the residence of the departing vice president in Karen, Nairobi. Ruto said that the conference, which he called to define house rules and map out a course of action, was attended by 163 MPs-elect, 24 senators-elect, and at least 22 governors-elect. Ten of the twelve independent
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is ready to declare a winner in the closely contested presidential election now that it has finished verifying all of the forms 34A and 34B. According to reports from multiple sources, the media industry as a whole has come to an agreement to stop reporting on geolocation and instead take a chance on providing certified results that are legitimate and validated in the sake of maintaining peace and harmony.
In the just concluded election, Kenyans managed to elect a total of 12 Independent candidates as Members of the National Assembly. This is a decline by two Members compared to the number elected in the previous 2017 election. Remember, Woman Representatives also form part of the National Assembly.
Courtesy Kenya Kwanza coalition reaps big in National Assembly as President elect William Ruto receives 10 Member of Parliament elects elected on Independent ticket to the camp. Speaking during inaugural caucus meeting held today, August 17 at his official residence in Karen, Nairobi President elect William Ruto announces that 10 newly elected independent Mps have joined his team.
At least eight independent candidates who won parliamentary seats in the 9 August 2022 General Election have been selected by President-elect William Ruto. On Wednesday August 17, the eight met with fellow Kenya Kwanza elected leaders at the mansion of the outgoing vice president in Karen, Nairobi.
Nairobi - Agnes Kagure INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE, Nancy Mwadime of Usawa Kwa Wote Party and Esther Thairu who is also an INDEPENDENT candidate Kiambu – Judy Mwende Gatabaki of SAFINA Party, and Agnes Wachuka an INDEPENDENT candidate Kirinyaga – Incumbent governor Ann Mumbi Waiguru is in the race on UDA Party, Purity Wangui Ngirici running as INDEPENDENT candidate.
Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission have finally completed verification of forms 34A and forms 34B as it looks forward to declaring its presidential winner in the tightly contested race. Various media claims to have reached an understanding with most media outlets to cease releasing geolocation news and instead take a chance on giving certified results that are authentic and validated in the name of harmony and synchronization.
Millions of Kenyans are glued to their TV screens as they wait for Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chair Hon. Wafula Chebukati to announce Presidential results of the August General Elections, which were held on August 9. Picture Courtesy. CBD of Nairobi. According to the reports we have, the Chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has accelerated the announcement of Kenya's next president of Kenya.Unnecessary stress is present all around the nation as people wait to learn who will be named as Kenya's next president and many business people close their establishments.This afternoon, the Nairobi Central Business District has been reduced to a ghost town as all businesses have closed and their owners have gone home in anticipation of the announcement of the new president.
The August General Elections have come and gone with the winners being announced by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Returning Officers by the day across the country for the various seats. Picture courtesy. Johnson Sakaja and Polycarp Igathe. However, millions of Kenyans are glued to their screens to find out who the next President of Kenya, is as per the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chairman, Wafula Chebukati.
The presidential results will be announced by the independent electoral and boundaries commission chairman Hon Wafula Chebukati after verification process is complete. Many Kenyans have been waiting the announcement of results by the independent electoral and boundaries commission chairman Hon Wafula Chebukati but the commission said that they will announce the winner after verifying the results across the country.
Millions of Kenyans participated in the August general elections in enormous numbers, with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission claiming a turnout of more than 65% of the registered voters.According to the trustworthy data we have this afternoon from the IEBC, this corresponds to approximately 14 million voters out of the 22 million registered voters across the country.
Nation Media has reported that according to the Independent Electoral and boundaries Commission's announcement and handing over of the certificate, upto this moment, it is evident that the official Nairobi governor is non other than Johnson Sakaja who is now the outgoing senator of Nairobi county. According to Nation Media and it's NTV television station, Johnson Sakaja garnered 699,392 votes giving his close competetor Polycarp Igathe a range of 125, 880 votes.
Senator Johnson Sakaja becomes the Nairobi County Governor elect after beating his close opponent Polycap Igathe of Jubilee party under The Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance.photo courtesy According to results released by Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission IEBC United Democratic Alliance party Under Kenya Kwanza Alliance emeefed victorious in the City.
With 699,393 votes, Senator Johnson Sakaja has secured the position of Nairobi Governor. Sakaja, who was running on a ticket for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party, defeated Polycarp Igathe of the Jubilee party, who received 573,516 votes. Albert Gogo; the Nairobi County Returning Officer pronounced him the winner and thereafter awarded him the certificate.
The independent electoral and boundaries commission announced the Nairobi senator Hon Johnson Sakaja as the new governor after defeating Hon Polycarp Igathe. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the orange democratic movement party candidate Hon Polycarp Igathe conceded the defeat. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, Hon Polycarp Igathe congratulated Hon Johnson Sakaja for winning the Nairobi seat.
The independent electoral and boundaries commission officers have finally announced the former Nairobi senator Hon Johnson Sakaja as the new governor of the city. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, Hon Johnson Sakaja garnered over eight hundred thousand votes defeating his worthy competitor Hon Polycarp Igathe.
Delighted Independent candidate in Nairobi gubernatorial contest Agnes Kagure received three fully-branded trucks from city residents to spearhead her rigorous campaigns within the county for vote hunting missions. On Saturday, Kagure was humbled to receive the third fully branded truck for her campaigns from locals, adding to already 11 trucks traversing the city while banking on her candidature. "I'm humbled by the continued support by those who believe in our cause to bring better leadership in Nairobi. This
Independent candidate for Nairobi governor's office Agnes Kagure received significant boost in her quest of ascending to the city hall top position after netting Raila's Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) grassroot coordinators and Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) resourceful mobilizers in the county. Kagure claimed that vying for any elective seat as independent candidate doesn't subject the candidate to antagonism political portrays to bigwig parties.
Nairobi Women Caucus have congratulated Azimio - One Kenya partners (Uhuru and Raila) for considering a women running mate in August presidential contest. The y affirmed their unwavering support for Independent Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Agnes Kagure despite losing Jubilee party ticket to corporate executive Polycap Igathe. "We will vote for Agnes Kagure on date 9th August, 2022.