From the President's Speech Today, You Can Tell Who he Wants to Support as his Successor-Kisiang'ani
Political Analyst Edward Waswa Kisiang'ani has sparkled a mixed reaction online after claiming that form president Uhuru Kenyatta's nation address one can deduce his position on his preferred successor comes 2022. He however poses a question to kenyans on whether they will play the ball but quickly claims that it's time that will tell.
Kikuyu Member of Parliament was recently fired back after he made controversial remarks. Kimani Ichung'wah who is a vocal Tangatanga ally was attacked after allegedly making stinging remarks on Presidential Uhuru Kenyatta's speech. Members of the Parliament and Sentaors had been summoned by Uhuru to deliver a speech on the State of the Nation.
While addressing the country on the State of the Nation from Parliament buildings, President Kenyatta hinted on the possible revamping of the Building Bridges Initiative. Birthed by the president and the Former Prime Minister, the duo believed that it was important for the country to adopt its recommendations so as to attain the famous constitutional moment.
What Aden Duale Did Outside Parliament as Uhuru Walked by His Side After State of the Nation Address
Garissa Township MP Aden Duale was on Tuesday forced to pause his interview with NTV after President Uhuru Kenyatta walked by his side outside parliamentary buildings. Duale was giving his view on the President's state of the Nation address, when the president walked past where the vocal Tanga Tanga MP was being interviewed.
The revival of an economy battered by the Covid-19 pandemic, response to fresh threats from the virus, national security, succession and actions against climate change are expected to feature in today's address by President Kenyatta to Parliament. According to a report by Daily nation newspaper, in his annual address, the President will report on the progress in achieving national values, devolution and good governance.
Ahmednasir who is among top lawyers in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that H.E Uhuru Kenyatta as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces has a solemn constitutional duty to ensure that former CID Director Kinoti serves his Prison sentence. As his subordinate in the chain of command the buck stops with H.E Uhuru.
Garissa Township's representative at the National Assembly daringly poked holes on Uhuru's last State of the Nation Address in his presence. Journalist were awed by his courage as he called off the President for his failure to touch on matters that pressed the nation. First of all, the President belittled the Executive by arriving late at the National Assembly's premises.
"Sit At Home And Enjoy The Huge Retirement Perk" Former CJ Mutunga Badly Destroyed By Mudavadi's Man
After Willy Mutunga retired as the Chief Justice of the nation, David Maraga took over the position. During that period of Maraga's reign as the CJ, Mutunga was never vocal, he never criticized, attacked and insulted Maraga but instead, he supported the Judiciary whenever he spoke but things changed just after Martha Koome took over the CJ position.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has pulled out of the election preparation team boycotting its meeting. Wafula Chebukati, the commission chairperson today morning, wrote to Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho Chebukati stating that the commission was an independent body and was not subject to direction or control by any person or authority.
Former CJ Willy Mutunga has escalated his onslaught against CJ Koome, saying she lacks the courage to face the Executive led by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Speaking yesterday, Mutunga criticized Koome for trying to shed off activism in the Judiciary, noting that it is the reason the Judiciary is acting timid.
For years now, President Uhuru Kenyatta has not been in good terms with the Judiciary. Things Fell apart after former CJ David Maraga nullified the 2017 presidential results and from that time, the two arms of government have been frustrating and humiliating each other. While many Kenyans thought that after Martha Koome took over from Maraga things would be good, it seems like it will actually take years for things to be good.
The United Democratic Alliance brigades attacked the judiciary headed by the Chief Justice Martha Koome. This is after the CJ joined the election preparedness committee. The UDA camp led by Aden Duale told Chief Justice to practise functions that are stipulated in the constitution. While responding to the attack, the first lady justice told them that she is here to stay.
According to latest report from Chief Justice Martha Koome she reported that her involvement in the election preparedness will not affect in any way the duty of the Judiciary in the elections. It was reported that Chief Justice Martha Koome was fighting back the allegations from the UDA party.
Chief Justice Martha Koome has today attended an event at the Kamukunji Police Station, where the Judiciary was launching the National Children Service Week, with the theme being 'A justice system fit for children'. In her speech, Martha Koome said that it gave her great pleasure to be a part of such important conversations looking to secure the future of children and ensure that they also have access to justice.
Chief Justice Martha Koome now claims a section of the United Democratic Alliance attacked her when she held a meeting that featured the Intergovernmental preparedness on matters, the 2022 general elections. CJ Koome, while speaking on the Standard Newspapers on Thursday, November 25, 2021, confirmed that her role in the committee does not in whatsoever lane, link up with the 2022 general elections, adding that she will not leave the committee.
Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko has refuted claims that he has been barred by the courts from posting exposes on his social media pages. Sonko had in the recent weeks released videos and call recordings that implicated High Court judge Justice Said Chitembwe, Nairobi governor Anne Kananu and his former lawyer Cecile Miller in a web of underhand dealings to influence outcome of court cases.
Chief Justice Martha Koome has finally spoken following calls from William Ruto's allied camp who have been voicing their concerns calling on her to resign for fear she may be dragged into election rigging in the 2022 general elections. The allies to the Deputy President had urged CJ Koome to resign from her role in the committee overseeing the 2022 election preparedness and in a strongly worded statement, Koome has hit back.
2022 journey to succeed President Uhuru is taking new shape each day and Kenyans have not been left behind from airing their views on which leader they will vote for as their next President. Several opinion polls have narrowed down the succession race to be a two-horse race between Deputy President William Ruto and ODM boss Raila Odinga.
A few days ago the cheif justice held a meeting with intergovernmental committee on election where they discussed many issues in the coming general elections. They shared their resolutions to public and the position of the judiciary in the whole process . The united democratic alliance condenmed the presence of the chief justice in the committee ,that it would have been better if she appointed the registerer to represent the judiciary.
Chief Justice Martha Koome has faulted the United Democratic Alliance for asking her to surrender from the Technical Working Committee for Election Preparedness. The CJ, who spoke in the course of the Annual Devolution Conference in Makueni County on Thursday, November 25, said the committee isn't always made from politicians who could compromise Judicial independence.