Days after Parliament voted to overwhelmingly pass the BBI Bill, a member of parliament from the North Rift region has come out to claim that Suna East MP Junet Mohamed threatened him to vote for the bill.Speaking on Tuesday in parliament, Turkana Central ODM MP Nakara Lodepe, revealed how the pro-BBI MP threatened him on the voting day to vote for the bill or risk facing unspecified consequences.
ODM party leader Raila Odinga is a man of the people.For a very long time, Raila Odinga has been fighting for the rights of many vulnerable tax payers.He has been doing a lot and he is still doing a lot.The only bad thing is that as times keeps on moving, the powerful politician keeps on ageing.
It is not a secret that there is trouble inside the Orange Democratic movement (ODM) party paradise as two camps have openly come forward, one camp is led by Siaya senator James Orengo, Rarieda constituency member of parliament Otiende Amollo among other politicians.On the other hand, Junet Mohamed, John Mbadi and Opiyo Wandayi seem to be pulling in the opposite direction.
As the Senate and the National Assembly discuss the BBI Bill, things are getting much more difficult.Except for the violent scenes, sounds, rage, and various dramas, there has been no quiet.Raila Odinga's allies James Orengo, Otiende Amollo, Junet Mohamed, and others have been at the center of debate during this period, while others such as Kipchumba Murkomen, Amos Kimunya, and others have also been extremely vocal.
Rarieda member of Parliament Atiende Amolloh courtesy Ksnt.com Rarieda member of Parliament Hon Otiende Amolloh has been praised following his move just a day after Orange Democratic Movement ODM party whipped him out of a strong parliamentary position.The ODM team reportedly led by Junet Mohamed and John Mbadi are said to have masterminded the onslaught against Amolloh whom they accused of disloyalty.
The ODM Party leader Raila Odinga.The ODM party leader Raila Odinga, has been having hard time with his party members in the recent days, having fallen of with one time his most trusted generals.Orange party is quickly losing its attraction, considering the number of people who have walked out of the part, while others stayed by are now the descending voices.
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party has registered her celebrations hours after a section of legislators and lawmakers voted YES to the controversial Building Bridge Initiative (BBI) at the National Assembly, sending a demeaning message to Deputy President William Ruto and his camp ahead of the looming 2022 polls.
Photo of Junet Mohamed, John Mbadi and James Orengo Allegedly Fighting for Kenya's Second Liberation Emerges
A throwback photo of Suna East member of parliament Junet Mohamed,ODM party chairman John Mbadi and Siaya senator James Orengo has surfaced online.In the photo that was taken back in 1990 the three are said to have been fighting for the second liberation in Kenya which saw them spend the better part of their lives in jail seeking democracy in the country during Moi's reign.
After suffering a humiliating defeat in the national assembly on Thursday where some of his loyal Footsoldiers joined team Uhuru and Raila to vote in the favour of the Building Bridges Initiative constitutional amendment Bill 2020, DP Ruto's camp is reportedly hopeful that Tomorrow's vote g in the senate assembly might turns tables around for him.
Things are getting even tough in both the Senate and the National Assembly as the two Houses debate the BBI Bill.There haven't been peace witnessed except from the violent scenes, noises, anger and all sorts of dramas.Among those who have been at the centre of discussion in this time are Raila Odinga's allies James Orengo, Otiende Amollo, Junet Mohamed and others while some other people like Kipchumba Murkomen, Amos Kimunya and others have also been extremely vocal.
Junet Mohammed, one of the strong proponents of Building Bridges Initiative, says that they can use the numbers they got on the floor to impeach the Deputy President William Ruto.While speaking to a press conference, Mohamed said that the way people are leaving Ruto speaks a lot about him.
Unease has once again rocked the camp of Deputy President William Ruto over the anticipated impeachment motion.This is after the Orange Democratic Movement Party leader of Elections Hon Junet Mohamed hinted at reviving the motion after claiming that they have what it requires to impeach him.Addressing Kenyan from parliament building on Friday afternoon Junet Mohamed who had joined other BBI leaders to celebrate the last night's victory regarding the BBI vote announced that it is now evident and clear that the "we have numbers" slogan by DP William Ruto and his allies is useless and baseless.
Yesterday building bridges initiative emerged victorious after a section of members of Parliament voted yes late at night in Parliament to pass the BBI bill.Building bridges initiative narrative has been dominating the headline for the longest time now.Junet Mohamed and other BBI supporter have revealed how the numbers might put the deputy president career in trouble.
The Narok County Senator Hon.Ledama Olekina has taken to his Twitter account cautioning the health minister Dr. Mutahi Kagwe MPs may move a motion to the parliament for his removal.Senator Ledama says Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has refused to allow private companies to import covid vaccines and yet the government of Kenya does npt have the vaccines already.
"The National Assembly voted on the Constitution Amendment Bill and so will the Senate.When the people's turn comes they too will vote and we will march on.We should respect everyone's decision and accept. "Said Dp Ruto.Yesterday after several MPs who are usually on Ruto's side voted a yes for the BBI document it astonished many.
Photo|Courtesy Following the unanimous votes that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) document received from Members of the National Assembly, there have been talks about Deputy President William Ruto’s influence in Kenya's political landscape.The Bill was passed by more than 235 Members of Parliament including political leaders allied to the DP.
The overwhelming vote of the BBI Bill in the National Assembly on Thursday night made the pro-BBI MPs rejoice.After the voting, Hon.Junet Mohamed came out clearly to claim that the massive voting of the document is a sign of the death of deputy president, William Ruto's Tangatanga movement.
It's merely a day after MP's passed the Constitutional Amendment Bill (BBI) but the temperatures have turned out extremely high after ODM and Dp Ruto staunchs have been witnessed throwing thwacks against each other.This comes after ODM's sturborn staunch and Suna East Member Of Parliament Junet Mohamed's yesterday statement whereby he alleged that DP Ruto has no numbers (supporters) as compared to their principal, Raila Odinga.
Hon.Junet Mohamed has hinted that Tangatanga is dead after their defeat in Parliament yesterday.According to him after 237 Members Of Parliament voted yes to the Building Bridges initiative BBI Bill that is the end Deputy President William Ruto's wheelbarrows Narrative, because BBI Bill was between Weelbarrow Narrative and Kenya Prosperity.
Mp Junet Mohamed photo/file Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed has said the burial date of Tangatanga movement is 2022 during the next general elections since they will be defeated.Addressing the media on Friday the lawmaker said Tangatanga movement died on Thursday in the national assembly when they failed to oppose the BBI bill during voting exercise.