Hard Time for PS Karanja Kibicho as Deputy President-elect Rigathi Gachagua Sends Him Another Message
Speaking in Karen, Deputy President-elect Rigathi Gachagua objected to the government printers' delay in gazetteing Moses Wetangula as the new National Assembly speaker. The delays, according to Rigathi Gachagua, are the result of directives not to publish Wetangula in the gazette, according to Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho.
Speaking in Karen, Deputy President-elect Rigathi Gachagua protested government printers' delay in officially publishing Moses Wetangula as the new Speaker of the National Assembly. According to Rigathi Gachagua, the delay was the result of directives not to publish the Wetangula in the official gazette, according to chief secretary Karanja Kibicho.
The recently concluded elections at the senate has opened a new conversation in the political arena. The election of Amason Kingi as the speaker of the Senate has been met with objections and opposition from the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Alliance coalation. Moses Kajwang has revealed that she intergrity reports if the candidates were not issued to them before commencing the election.
"You Think This's a Fish Farm?" ODM Senator Castigated as KKA Carries The Day During Today's Sitting
Homabay County Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kanjwanga was at the receiving end following his decision to call for the Dissolution of Today's Senate Sitting after Wiper Party Democratic Movement Party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka secretly bolt out of the Speaker Race. This is after Kakamega Senator Hon Boniface Khalwale came out guns blazing to tell the Leader to accord the House the Respect it deserves, saying that it was sad that Kajwang was equating Senate with his Fish farm words that didn't sit well with the Lawmaker.
Moses Kajwang, has left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after he accused the clerk of senate for rushing to declare Amason King as the winner of senate speakership. According to Kajwang, the clerk operated like the way Chebukati allegedly did at the Bomas of Kenya on the other day.
Dramatic moments have been witnessed today September 8th at the Senate after Moses Kajwang led other Azimio Senators in walking out following Kalonzo Musyoka's withdrawal from contesting for the position of the speaker of the senate. The clerk tried to make the senators stay and finish the process peacefully but they walked out one by one as they shouted.
Azimio La Umoja Politician Honorable Moses Kajwang has called out the Clerk of the Senate acted like the IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati while announcing the winner of the elections. Photo :Courtesy Speaking to the media, the renowned politician has claimed that they are not going to be part of what happened at the senate due to the fact that they allegedly didn't believe that the elections was done in the right manner.
Kenyans are chatting about Kajwang on various social media sites. He had previously stated that Wetang'ula was unable to run for the position of speaker of the national assembly. Kajwang claims that Wetang'ula resigned from the Senate in late days, stating the following: The revelation that Wetang'ula submitted his resignation later than required by law has since gone viral on various social media platforms and is receiving varied reactions from Kenyans.
After Kalonzo Musyoka withdrew from the race from Senate speaker, Stewart madzayo who was being fronted by Azimio has again withdrew his candidature. Coming as a shock, Kenya Kwanza candidate Murungi Kathuri was declared the deputy speaker. The Azimio team staged a walk out of the senate during the first sitting just after taking oaths of office, the sudden change of tune has thrown the country into serious questions about what the Raila-led group is thinking of doing.
Ruaraka Member of Parliament T.J Kajwang' could not hide his anger after one member of parliament interrupted him as he tried to oppose Moses Wetang'ula's speaker candidature at the National Assembly claiming it was his constitutional fundamental. While rising on a point of order, TJ Kajwang claimed that Wetangula was not eligible to contest for the seat as he was still considered a member of the Senate hence prompted a MP who is yet to be known to oppose his point.
The two houses of the Legislature arm of Government are back to business days after the 2022 general elections. This is both the National Assembly and the Senate whereby Thursday saw the two houses to elect in their Speakers and Deputy Speakers. In the Senate, former Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi won the Speaker post with a landslide
Kajwang, has left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after he said that Wetang'ula is not eligible to compete for national assembly speaker seat. According to Kajwang, Wetang'ula tendered his resignation as a senator on late days where by, he said that:
Kalonzo Musyoka has surprised many Kenyans after he decided to bolt out of the Senate Speaker race.Kalonzo's move to bolt out comes after he had also applied for the National Assembly Speaker. Kalonzo's next move is yet to be known since his decision to bolt out of the Senate speaker race is a big blow to the Azimio brigade.After Kalonzo decided to move out of the Senate race,former Kilifi Governor Amazon Kingi,won in the race for speaker of the Senate by garnering 46 votes out of the possible 67 senators.
Through a letter, Mr. Musyoka withdrew his name, according to Senate Clerk Jeremiah Nyegenye. After the announcement, senators who support Azimio left the building and held a press conference outside the chambers to declare they would not be voting because they lacked confidence in some of the contenders for House Speaker.
Stewart Madzayo, who was being fronted by Azimio, dropped his candidacy for Senate Speaker after Kalonzo Musyoka withdrew. Murungi Kathuri, a Kenya Kwanza candidate, was unexpectedly elected as the deputy speaker. After taking their oaths of office, the Azimio team staged a walkout during the first sitting of the senate.
The show was on Thursday seen at the Public Gathering in the number one spot up to the decision in favor of the House Speaker after Azimio la Umoja One Kenya administrators went against the candidature of Kenya Kwanza frontman Moses Wetangula. Wetangula was chosen to serve for one more term as Bungoma Congressperson at the August 8, 2022 surveys, yet has since left the situation to run for Speaker of the Public Gathering.
"Those Are Standing Orders of Trading Fish" Khalwale Causes Commotion in Senate With First Utterance
Kakega County Boni Khalwale caused commotion in the Senate with his first utterances after 5 years in the cold before his election on August 9th. (Photo, Courtesy) Khalwale caused commotion with his first remarks when he launched an attack on Homa Bay County Senator Moses Kajwang, accusing the Senator of attempting to suspend the sitting.
The leader of FORD Kenya and the former senator of Bungoma county Moses Wetangula has been elected as the speaker of the National Assembly of Kenya after attaining 215 votes while his main competitor Kennedy Marende got 130 votes. Earlier Ruaraka Member of Parliament TJ Kajwang rose a question of whether Wetangula qualify to vie for that position but the question was answered by the clerk elect of the National Assembly Madam Serah Kioko who approved Wetangula's qualifications.
Kenyan Union Senator Azimio la Umoja-One protested in the Senate on Thursday afternoon before voting for Speaker of the House began.At a press conference held outside the National Assembly in Nairobi, the senators argued that some of the House candidates had integrity issues. Homa Bay Senator Moses Kajwang has previously spoken out on the issue but said he was "impeached" by Senate Secretary Jeremiah Nyegenye.“We want a report and a decision from the staff of the House of Representatives on whether the accused is qualified to be the president.
Pioneers united to the Azimio la Umoja alliance have made sense of why they left a continuous sitting in the main Senate's perched on Thursday. The group, driven by Nairobi Representative Edwin Sifuna, left the house after neglecting to agree on how the Speaker races ought to be held.