As per political intellectuals, Deputy President William Ruto is confronted with an intense decision on picking his running mate for the 2022 official races. While top pioneers from the Mount Kenya district and furthermore political intellectuals guarantee DP Ruto should pick his running mate from the vote-rich Mount Kenya locale, his Tangatanga chiefs from Western Kenya and furthermore Coast area needs a running mate to be picked from their areas.
The 2022 succession politics is gaining momentum and top politicians are making moves and forming coalitions to help them clinch the presidency. Despite being fought by the government,and the dynasty, deputy president William Ruto is a strategic man has this has been seen in some of his allies who are making sure they secure a place in hustlers government.
Tension is reportedly mounting in the deputy president Dr William Ruto's hustler as the Muranga county Senator Hon Irungu Kangata Reveals the name of Ruto's ally to be Arrested today by the so called deep state as he alleges the main reason behind his planned arrest. Speaking to the NATION newspaper today, the outspoken Senator revealed that there is a warrant of arrest of Moses Kuria.
Deputy President, William Ruto and Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria The 2022 succession talks are on a higher gear as different camps lay out strategies on how they will take over power after the retirement of president Uhuru Kenyatta. Alignments have already started to take place and as it stands now, there are three camps which are have a higher likelihood of forming the next government.
Much has been said in almost all social media platforms following the latest 'cover picture' by one Senator Irungu Kang'ata.Picture for illustrative purpose. He just decided like any other person to update his 'cover picture' and, the photo he posted on his facebook timeline elicited mixed reactions, where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Early Drama In The Kiambaa By-Election Kangata Reveals What's Going On, Police Chase Drunk Voter Away
Kiambaa by Election is underway and the voting process is going on as the people are set to elect their leader. Jubilee's Kariri WA Njama and UDA's Njuguna Wanjiku face each other in politics which might shape the politics of the Mountain in 2022 elections. As the expected drama has started to be witnessed at several polling stations as Ruto's allies have started to express their concerns about what's happening in several polling stations.
Photo for illustration purposes Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata is among the leaders who accompanied Deputy President William Ruto to Murang’a. In his hard-hitting speech, the defiant Ruto supporter revealed that the Kiambaa polls were a wake-up call to Jubilee that the ground has shifted and that they should expect tough times ahead as the region prepares for a twist in the leadership of the region.
The capture of Mathira Mp Rigathi Gachagua has kept on drawing in sharp responses from deputy president Dr William Ruto partners. Deputy President Dr William Ruto was among the principal chiefs to denounce the capture of the UDA united pioneer as he guaranteed that the capture was political inspired.
Photo: Mathira Mp Kimani Ichungwah The arrest of Mathira Mp Rigathi Gachagua has continued to attract sharp reactions from deputy president Dr William Ruto allies. Deputy President Dr William Ruto was among the first leaders to condemn the arrest of the UDA allied leader as he claimed that the arrest was political motivated.
Guests at SK Macharia's Home. [Source/Waiguru] Billionaire businessman SK Macharia's home in Ndakaini in Murang'a county was a beehive of activities on Tuesday. From dancing Firirinda to making 2022 political statements, the expensive home of the media mogul was where politicians, musicians and businesspersons mixed freely for the better part of the day.
County government administration is usually given the mandate to offer basic services to the public.This include the infrastructure, health services, security among others.In addition some projects are established to improve the general lifestyles and improve the standard of living.Today Muranga county senator Irungu Kang'ata have addressed the issue of the hospital that is yet to be completed in Kandara constituency.While talking to people in a burial event, Kan'gata revealed that it is the responsibility of Muranga county government to ensure the completion of the health centre so that residents can avoid travelling far distances to seek medical attention.Residents also seconded his proposal on followup to be made so that the unfinished project can be fulfilled.This means that the county treasury should revisit it's plan so that to identify the amount of funds to be directed to the health project.However Kang'ata added that the stable health among people is an essential and therefore strategies to cater for medical services should be embraced.
Tomorrow, the Kiambaa parliamentary by-elections and those of Muguga are to be held.Jubilee and UDA party will be hotly contesting for the seat. And now Irungu Kang'ata has raised eyebrows after revealing that some of the Jubilee leaders, were having a meeting in one of the polling stations in Kiambaa.
Rigathi Gachagua is set to take plea today in court and defend his name from the accusations that led to his arrest which are corruption related. Among the powerful Lawyers representing him are Kipchumba Murkomen, Kioko Kilukumi and Irungu Kangata. It's a fact lawyers like Kioko Kilukumi,Kangata and Murkomen are some of the prominent lawyers in the country who are fully determined to exonerate the powerful MP from cases before him.
Tension within the tanga tanga camp a group of legislators allied to Deputy President William Ruto as DP Ruto's private Secretary reveals what will happen to Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria. Farouk Kibet has announced that today [Monday 26th] there are plans to arrest Moses Kuria adding that it is the government's comprehensive plan to continue intimidating the allies to a second chief.
Hours after Rigathi MP Rigathi Gachagua was arrested and taken to DCI headquarters for questioning, a section of UDA allied leaders have come out to claim that Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria is set to be arrested on Monday as well. While addressing the press on Friday afternoon, the Tangatanga allied leaders led by Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata, said they are all going to stand with their arrested colleague Rigathi Gachagu.
The Murang'a senator and former governing Jubilee party whip Irungu Kang'ata gestures while making a point at a past interview. [Source Courtesy] The Murang'a senator and former Senate majority whip Irungu Kang'ata has called the Kiambaa by-election before the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
Confusion has loomed the deputy president's party UDA after it has been reported that the government of Kenya is set to arrest the vocal outspoken Hon Moses Kuria. This has been revealed by the Murang'a county senator honorable Irungu Kang'ata who revealed that his arrest will be made today at any time from now.
The Gatundu South member of parliament Hon Moses Kuria has surprised many kenyans today after he said that he will not join United Democratic Alliance party which is associated with Deputy president William Ruto. This has come after he introduced his new party to kenyans. His party is called people empowerment party where he is the party leader.
Gatundu South Mp Hon Moses Kuria seems to be throwing DP Ruto's UDA party under the bus in Mt Kenya region. Speaking yesterday in Muranga, the PEP party leader told the congregation at the event that it was time Mt Kenya fronted theit very own candidate for presidency.
Residents of Kiambaa Constituency have expressed their wrath by chasing away a chief who was allegedly deployed as n agent to represent a political party in the ongoing by-election in the area. In a short video clip shared by the Senator for Murang'a County Honorable Irungu Kang'ata this Thursday afternoon, a crowd is seen chasing a woman who is believed to be a chief away from one of the polling stations while shouting demanding her to vacate the center.