Table has turned unexpectedly in Azimio La Umoja's coalition following the move by leaders allies to the coalition to work with Kenya Kwanza Alliance. This comes as Azimio la Umoja's presidential Aspirant Raila Odinga lost election to Kenya Kwanza President William Ruto. Some of Azimio La Umoja's allies have vowed to work with President William Ruto despising their Azimio La Umoja's leader and chief Opposition leader Raila Odinga.
General elections in Kenya take place after every five years, the last election was held on 9th August 2022 and the next election will be held on August 2027. After the conclusion of the elections, plans for the 2027 general elections seem to be in the offing, the head of state is busy reconciling with allies of the Azimio One Kenya Alliance who were against his bid.
Thank you again my dear readers and welcome warmly to my daily news updates. Kisii County Governor Simba Arati won the seat in the August 9 polls. He succeeded Governor James Ongwae who had finished completed his two terms. Governor Simba Arati has started his work seriously and it has been revealed that he wants to do an interrogation and find out whether all his staff members are qualified.
The president William Ruto during the campaigns was experiencing alot of challenges after the top leaders who were in power tried to stop him from contesting in the general election. According to the Taifa Leo newspaper today, over four leaders have realized their mistakes and agreed to work with the president William Ruto.
Details have emerged that former President Uhuru Kenyatta, despite being the chairman of the coalition, secretly contributed to the widening of the rift in Azimio. The former Head of State seems to have forgotten to mention the ongoing rift over Azimio's position as Messenger of Peace in a statement on Twitter via Nation.
The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2027 general elections already as plans to have both UDA party and Azimio Team control IEBC gets messy. President William Ruto confirmed being a no nonsense leader after making tough moves against Hon.
More than 5000 youths from Kisii County have denounced the recent a nnoumcement by the former Woman Representative Janet Ong'era and James Ongwae to ditch the ODM party.photo:James Ongwae. In their joint statement at Kisii town yesterday the duos announced their decision to abandon the party because it does not have the interest of the community at heart.
The two leaders who recently left the ODM party have now been accused of betraying the outfit in the concluded general elections. The two, former Kisii governor James Ongwae and ex-Woman Rep Janet Ong'era, have since resigned from the party, claiming the party ignored them. But their colleagues from the Gusii region have dismissed their allegations, claiming that they were never with the party by heart from the start.
Today, the former prime minister of Kenya hon Raila Odinga who is also the ODM party leader as well as the official opposition chief has been handed some bad news. This came in after details leaked on what president William Ruto is secretly planning to do that might affect him politically.
Former Kisii governor James Ongwae and Ong'era has officially left the Orange Democratic Movement based on various reasons. The move comes in moment when the ODM party has been sounding their opposition drums louder since they are now left with oversight role to the government. Mr Ongwai claimed that what has motivated his move is how the party has been treating his community despite the immense support they do offer.
Today in the afternoon, Raila Odinga and the entire Orange Democratic Movement party, ODM has suffered a huge blow. This came in after reports emerged that two powerful leaders from the Nyanza region have officialy quited this party. As reported by the Tuko News, these two leaders are hon James Ongwae and hon Janet Ongera.
Since President William Ruto was named the victor of the presidential elections on August 9, his Kenya Kwanza Alliance has gathered political figures from every region of the nation, with the majority of the defectors coming from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, which ran Raila Odinga for president.
Former governor for Kisii County Hon. James Omariba is no longer a member of ODM party. This is after sending his resignation letter to the party executive organs yesterday November 3 2022. Ongwae has served as a loyal ODM party member since 2012. He worked as Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance point man during the just concluded general elections.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga seems to be facing a hard time since his defeat by President William Ruto in the presidential race. The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader was hoping to take over from Uhuru Kenyatta but that did not happen. On Tuesday, former senator Beatrice Kwamboka left ODM party saying that she wanted to create room for others to grow.
James Ongwae; a former governor of Kisii, severed connections with the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM). Mr. Ongwae blamed the defection on mistreatment of him and his followers throughout the General Election time; which led to their decision to join other leaders in a message to newsrooms today.
As he assumes his positions as the head of the opposition in the nation, Raila Odinga is under pressure as important leaders from his backyard region take action to disassociate themselves from him. This comes after Dr. Evans Kidero, a past candidate for governor of Homa Bay County and a former governor of Nairobi, led a group of leaders from the Nyanza region to congratulate Dr. William Ruto for picking officials from the Nyanza region.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition has been dealt a major blow after one of its longest serving members cut ties with the coalition. Former Kisii county governor James Ongwae on Thursday addressed the press officially announcing his defection from ODM where he has been a member for years. Ongwae stated that his defection comes after he and his supporters received an ill treatment during the past general elections. For this reason they have decided to join other leaders. After announcing his exit from
Former Kisii Governor James Ongwae and Women Representative Janet Ongera have announced their resignation from the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM). The two cited ‘unfair treatment’ as the reason for their departure. “It has been an honour serving in ODM. We regret nothing, but we move to the next phase with a clear mind on how better as a country we can manage our political affairs before and after elections,” the two leaders said in a joint statement.
Today, the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Movement fraternity was taken aback by the announcement that the Orange Democratic Movement party Deputy Chairperson and its seasoned politicians have decided to ditch the party. According to news circulating the media houses and social platforms, is that the former Kisii County Governor James Ongwae and the former Kisii County woman representative Hon Janet Ongare have decided to ditch the party and will give their way forward later. Different Kenyans have reacted differently
A further setback has been dealt to the former prime minister Raila Omolo Odinga as a result of the resignation of the chairwoman of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), Janet Ongera. The presidential candidate for the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya coalition party in the general elections on August 9 has taken a significant hit as a result of this development.