On Friday, President Uhuru Kenyatta hosted a number of legislators from the Luo Nyanza allied to ODM party leader Raila Odinga. Uhuru's State House meeting with the MPs came just some few days to Madaraka Day celebrations expected to be held at Jomo Kenyatta Sports ground in Kisumu.
Kisumu is one of the cities in Kenya and it's located in the Nyanza Region. Kisumu is headed by governor Prof Anyang Nyong'o and the county senator is Hon Fred Ouda. Up to now, it's not known whether Ouda will be defending his seat or go for the county top seat to unseat governor Nyong'o who will be seeking votes for his 2nd term.
Kapseret Member of Parliament has now trolled a number of his colleagues who shed tears in the National Assembly explaining the sad situations brought about by corona virus pandemic. Seme lawmaker Dr James Nyikal while speaking during committee session broke out into uncontrollable tears as he urged the government to take action in the health sector among its citizens. "I wish we were having this meeting in State House with the President chairing then all those who he listens to can make their contribution.Those
Uhuru is required to lead the country in observing Madaraka Day at Jomo Kenyatta Stadium in Kisumu, on June 1. In the gathering with Nyanza MPs, the President guaranteed the administrators that he will follow through on projects in progress around there. Addressing the media at State House, Seme MP James Nyikal expressed that the activities incorporated the development of the Koru-Soin multi-reason dam and the multi-million Mamboleo-Muhoroni street.
Various politicians have been severally witnessed shedding tears and others scream while on podia. Male politicians are the ones fond of this strange behavior. It's said to be strange because it violates African culture which forbids men to cry in public. They cry for various reasons including political injustices, unfair treatment by their colleague politicians among others. Their critics however say they do it to receive sympathy from the public. 1. James Nyikal Seme Member of Parliament on 18th September
President Uhuru Kenyatta and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga today held a meeting leaders from Nyanza region ahead of Madaraka Day celebrations in Kisumu on Tuesday next week. According to capital news four governors were present. Others who were present include Senators, Members of Parliament, Women representatives, Kisumu County assembly Speaker and some MCAs.
The fight against the novel corona pandemic and the state of the Kenyan healthcare has finally found its path into the nerves of the Kenyan political elites who for a long time turned a blind eye to the situation. On November 18, 2020 the Kikuyu Member of Parliament led a section of Kenyans especially on social media in sending a strong message to President Uhuru Kenyatta after the video of an ODM MP literally shedding tears went viral. The Seme Member of parliament Doctor James Nyikal who is a medical doctor
Lake Victoria is fast losing its glory as the world’s freshest water lake. This has been occasioned by a myriad of problem that has continued to bedevil the lake. Top on the list is the unrelenting invasion of hyacinth weed, deposition of toxic chemicals by careless companies and lately the increasing water levels. Apart from this, Kaloka Beach in Seme Constituency, Kisumu County has gotten the bitter share of the dwindling lake fortunes. Crocodile infestation and attacks have been on the rise, barely a month
From DP Ruto to Senator Malala, Kenyan Politicians Who Were Caught on Camera Crying and Why (Photos)
Seme Member of Parliament James Nyikal on Wednesday broke into tears when he was explaining how Kenyan doctors have been frustrated yet they are the frontline workers in the fight against Covid19 pandemic. “You cannot do this to your doctors. It is not fair…it is not fair,” said Nyikal. James Nyikal is not the first politician to cry on camera here are other politicians who cried in public. 1. Uhuru Kenyatta President Uhuru was caught on camera crying during the funeral of the late Kamaru when a lady known
Raila Odinga yesterday met with Kikuyu council of elders led by their leader Wachira Kiago to rally his support for 2022 General elections.Moses Kajwang' Homabay senator, James Nyikal MP Seme and Migori women representative Pamela Odhiambo also attended the meeting,Jeremiah Kioni Ndaragua MP was accompanied by former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth.
James Nyikal the member of parliament to Seme, clearly indicated the agony that doctors in Kenya have to go through by shedding tears in the presence of other members of parliament. Now these are the reasons why he cried for Kenyan doctors:According to Murgor, 1 billion Kenyan shillings were set aside to help the medics but now nobody can explain where the funds have gone from, since the situation in hospitals is becoming hard to endure.For certain, the situation in the hospital has become very hard to handle.
President Uhuru Kenyatta held a meeting with luo Nyanza leaders ahead of Madaraka day in Kisumu county. The overwhelming meeting attended saw the leaders discuss the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) and the fate of the sugar industry. The sugar industry which had been an economic earner for Nyanza and Western regions has been facing extinction due to previous poor management and increased importation of cheap sugar from outside countries such as Uganda.
The Parliamentary Committee on Health, led by Member of Parliament Sabina Chege, want the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, to take the Covid Vaccine first.The committee said that the low turnout being witnessed is due to the bad publicity surrounding the vaccine abroad.
The Kenya's former prime Minister and who is also the ODM leader Raila Odinga has hosted several Kikuyu elders at his Karen home in Nairobi yesterday on Friday.The leaders who attended the meeting have been identified as, the Kikuyu Council of Elders in which had been led sitting by Mr. Wachira Kiag-the Chairman of the group.
A Video Interview With the Disabled Sculptor Who Carved the Models of Heads of State Makes Headlines
The sculptor who sparked debate online after carving images of Kenya and other African leaders including President Kenyatta and the first lady Margaret Kenyatta has today been interviewed. Mr. Samwel Otieno who is now a renowned disabled sculptor whose work is to model images of leaders while sitted at his village in Seme, Kisumu County now trends in video posted by The Standard Digital. Otieno said that he models the sculptures of common figures using a clay soil which makes hard and decorated images. In a
This is Samuel who is physically challenged and gets to be financially independent through sculptures
Samuel Otieno from Kisumu County has challenged many and proved the proverb that says disability is not inability. The physically challenged father of three has molded various people and objects. Among his work is are prominent leaders all over the continent which have made him famous and avoid depending on other people as many of the physically people does. He has utilized his creativity in arts of molding into the fullest. His work was not received well at first as it described the real characters of the
Covid-19 disease has become rampant. Daily infections is alarming. To add salt on the injury, medics are planning for industrial strike over lack of protective gears, unpaid salaries, insurance cover, risk allowances among other things. According to Mwachonda, some medics have gone for more than six months without pay. They gave twenty days strike notice. The health cabinet secretary Honourable Mutahi Lager has asked medics to be patriotic as they give demands. Today Seme MP James Nyikal broke down and cried
Hon. James Nyikal, a National Assembly Rep. for Seme Constituency broke down on Wednesday yesterday while telling his fellow legislators the challenges endured by doctors while on their duty. Nyikal noted how medics have been facing victimization and frustrations, yet they risked themselves to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. "Everyone says medicine is a calling and doctors have to be patriotic; patriotism is not suicide," noted Hon. Nyikal also a professional doctor. The meeting also featured the Kenya Medical
Meet Samson Otieno the man behind sculptures which hit headlines Photo|Courtesy A 48-year-old man Samson Otieno from Seme in Kisumu County became known after his hand work made rounds on social media. In an interview with KTN, Samson Otieno a Sculptor living with disability said to have dropped out of school to pursue Art after he was incapable of coping up with life in school. Otieno's light shone in December when he took to display his sculptures in an exhibition known as 'Utamaduni Day' which was held in
Three days since the doctors gave their strike notice, the doctors had their chance to take their protests to the parliament. "No PPEs, no treatment " was the statement of the day from the doctors union when they gave their 21 day strike notice to expire on 7th December. Dr. Mwachonda on an interview on punchline blamed the Cabinet secretary for declining the union's need for a meeting on the issue of health safety. Some MPs got emotional and broke into tears as the doctors narrated their ordeals in the covid-19