The relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta of the Jubilee Party and his counterpart in the ODM Party Hon Raila Odinga has once again landed in the intensive care unit bed and could soon start to travel to the world of no return. This is after Jubilee Party Vice Chairman Hon David Murathe has today dropped severe political bombshell ahead of the upcoming 2022 general poll, demanding if Raila want to Enjoy President Uhuru Kenyatta's support, the Mt Kenya Battalion must be included in the mix.According to the news done by KTN News on Friday Night, Hon David Murathe has for the first time delivered signals that the anticipated Jubilee-ODM merge could be in Limbo after claiming that the Mt Kenya region cannot and won't be taken for a ride come 2022.
Worried Rift Valley Politician Allegedly Reveals What Is Causing Kenya's Poor Performance In Olympic
Worried Rift Valley Politician has expressed his frustration and discontentment with the way Kenya is performing at the Olympics currently taking place at Tokyo, Japan. This poor performance being delivered by kenyans at the event has attracted mixed reactions from leaders and kenyans across the country. However, according to Jubilee Party's nominated Youth Representative in the Senate Assembly Hon.
The ruling Jubilee Party currently appears to be treading through a charred political path as it openly emerges that deputy president William Ruto and his party boss president Uhuru Kenyatta don't read from the same political script anymore, a contrast to the situation that existed prior to the merging of the URP and TNA parties.
The One Kenya Alliance has been hit by a setback after a member, KANU, refused to sign a political deal with the new outfit that brings together Mudavadi's ANC, Wetangula's FORD-KENYA, and Kalonzo's Wiper Party. On Thursday, Kanu Secretary General Nick Salat declared that KANU will not be signing a deal with OKA anytime soon.
Mt Kenya spokesman: The 2022 succession politics are rapidly coming, and politicians appear to be focused on playing a key part in determining who would succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, who will be stepping down after spending two terms in office as stipulated by the 2010 Constitution.And one of the issues that has arisen is the President's succession in Mt Kenya, with several politicians stepping forward.
Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi has advised the Jubilee Party not to spend energy and resources in the upcoming Kiagu Ward by-election, arguing the winner has already been determined by the people of the Kiagu Ward. The Meru Boss stated the people of Meru shifted long time ago from Jubilee when they saw the party had lost direction.
Another Jubilee's Stronghold Turns Yellow as Ruto Receives Some Good News Ahead of 2022 Today- VIDEO
Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 Presidential Bid has once again received another major boost on Tuesday. This is after residents from the North Rift Valley through their local leaders have now ditched the Ruling Jubilee Party under President Uhuru Kenyatta to support the newly Formed UDA Party. According to the news done by NTV on Tueday, leaders have now claimed that President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee Party has completely lost support even in his backyard, and if that behavior continues unchanged, then things will be out of control.But throwing scanner into the works, Political Leader who was initially holding some grassroots leadership in the Jubilee Party have allegedly resigned and agreed to support DP Ruto's hustler nation movement alongside his 2022 Presidential Bid since he has shown interests in using the UDA Party Ticket come, 2022 General, election.
Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Hon Kinani Wambugu an ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta's Kieleweke Camp has finally surprised DP Ruto's Tangatanga camp after dropping some political bomb shells. According to the news by the standard on Thursday, the Kieleweke Allied MP has announced that DP Ruto's team cannot afford to celebrate thinking that he (Ruto) has marshalled enough votes from the Mt Kenya region, because Uhuru's bedroom has remained united and it will vote as a region.
Bottom-up economics, a business concept championed by Deputy President William Ruto in his bid to become Kenya's fifth President, has become the punchline of all jokes. Some were not so hilarious, such as being compared to a human's backside being elevated in an imprecise Swahili translation, according to Jubilee Party Secretary-General Raphael Tuju.
Friday 30th July 2021. Politicians are back to the grounds to look for support and popularity from the people ahead of the august 2022 general elections. With formation of new political coalitions and dismantling of the previous ones. NASA coalition is dead after the two strongest parties Wiper And ODM announced official exit from the alliance.
(Photo File/Blogger Mutai & DP Ruto) On Thursday morning, Blogger Abraham Mutai bomshelled DP Ruto camp with asserstions citing DP Ruto allies don't have a clue what bottom-up approach means or even entails. Mutai whom is believed to be a Jubilee Party component after teaming up with Pauline Njoroge, Wahome Thuku among others in campaigning for Kariri Njama over the just concluded Kiambaa By-elections on social media allegedly claims Dp Ruto camp doesn't have a clear picture of what bottom-up approach looks like despite of them selling the agenda to Kenyans.
On Tuesday, ODM party Leader Raila Odinga was hosted by Royal Media Services boss SK Macharia for the Kenyan musicians’ musical event at Hhis Ndakaini home in Murang'a. The event dubbed Skiza Thanksgiving Luncheon program was meant at highlighting the plight of musicians in the region as well as seeking solutions to the same.
Raphael Tuju, the Secretary-General of the Jubilee Party, sarcastically mocked DP William Ruto's bottom-up economic model, which is at the heart of his presidential campaign message for 2022. Tuju attempted to define the bottoms-up economic model in Swahili and left everyone in stitches while speaking at an event in Murang'a County, which was attended by former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju has questioned Deputy President William Ruto's 'Bottoms-up economy' approach. In what has been seen to be hitting directly at the second in command, Tuju sarcastically asked what the approach meant in Swahili version. He went ahead and asked the former Presidential candidate peter Kenneth to translate it for him.
Nairobi county senator Johnson Sakaja has come out strongly to share his piece of mind on what is really happening inside the ruling Jubilee Party that has led to the fallout between the two national leaders and their allies. According to Sakaja, Jubilee Party leaders are using a lot of force to bulldoze their way on critical issues without adequate consultations saying that the party should allow discussions and consensus building instead of the current approach.
The Deputy president and his main rival Raila Odinga have recently been visiting the Mount Kenya region to lure the residents of their Votes ahead of 2022.This is the region which both Raila and Ruto are battling for. The business tycoons in the region on weekend headed by SK Macharia hosted the former Prime Minister in Muranga.
On Tuesday, Deputy President William Ruto's bid for the presidency in 2022 gained a huge boost. This comes after citizens of the North Rift Valley, led by their local leaders, abandoned President Uhuru Kenyatta's ruling Jubilee Party in favor of the newly formed UDA Party.
Barely a day after the former Prime Minister who happens to be the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader-Raila Odinga visited the Royal Media Company owner SK Macharia residence in Gatanga, Muranga County, politicians from the region who are affiliated to Jubilee Party and the Deputy president William Ruto have dismissed the claims that the region will rally it's political support behind the former premier.
Indeed this will give deputy President William Ruto headache as Tuju questions his bottom up economy
Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju has scoffed at Deputy President William Ruto’s political rallying call of a ‘bottoms-up economy’ approach. Speaking today at a local musicians fete in Gatanga, Murang’a County, Tuju made a tongue-in-cheek remark wondering whether ‘bottoms-up’ refers to a person’s behind or the economy.
Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju has scoffed at Deputy President William Ruto’s political rallying call of a ‘bottoms-up economy’ approach. Speaking on Tuesday at a local musicians fete in Gatanga, Murang’a County, Tuju made a tongue-in-cheek remark wondering whether ‘bottoms-up’ refers to a person’s behind or the economy.