Raila Launching His bid in Nakuru Politicians are currently in a rush to make their stand known in regards to 2022. Today Raila has officially launched his 2022 presidential bid while Ruto was in Karen where he met leaders from Tharaka Nithi and also church leaders from the said region.
A section of Mps that attended the Karen Meeting. PHOTO COURTESY According to the Deputy President William Ruto, 147 MPs, 7 Senators, 9 Governors and several Religious Leaders attended the Karen meeting to deliberate on the Constitution amendment process. The Dp confirmed that the members of Parliament were from different political parties. According to Today's Standard Newspaper The Dp was expected to meet over 150 members of Parliament at his Karen Home. Going by the Numbers confirmed by Dp Ruto then the members
Deputy President today's Karen Meeting attracted few aspirants despite the fact that the meeting involved aspirants from 10 counties majorly from Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader Raila Odinga. Deputy President William Ruto today met a huge delegation of leaders, aspirants from ten counties: Kakamega, Bungoma, Busia, Vihiga, Kisii, Nyamira, Migori, Homabay, Kisumu, Siaya counties in his Karen residence in Nairobi.
Ruto in Karen Today Ruto today held a series of meeting in his Karen home. He held two separate meetings with leaders from Tharaka Nithi and church leaders from a different denomination. Yesterday he also held two meetings with over 50 leaders from Kisii. Raila on the other hand has officially launched his 2022 bid today in Nakuru which was attended by several party leaders.
Yesterday the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga held a crisis meeting with Siaya County senator James Orengo and Rarieda MP Dr Otiende Amollo to iron out some of their issues that threatened the unity of the party.This comes after Dr Otiende and Orengo disagreed with Raila on some issues on the Building Bridges Initiative constitutional amendment Bill 2020, something that almost divided the party.
On Monday 8th of January deputy president William Ruto hosted about 139 like minded members of parliament at his Karen residence where they discussed various political issues in the country. From the attendance it is possible that the deputy president William Ruto might be forced to resign as the dp before impeachment motion is tabled against him. Going by the numbers in the meeting,if an impeachment motion is presented in the parliament Ruto could be voted out,that is if only the people who were in Karen were
The long awaited speech by the deputy president Dr William Ruto was finally delivered at his Karen home! After a long discussion with more than 150 leaders allied to the Tangatanga wing, the deputy president finally issued their stand as far as the building bridges initiative (BBI) is concerned. Deputy President Dr William Ruto, Sen Millicent Omanga and MP Aisha Jumwa During the Karen Meeting. In a nutshell, the deputy president still held to his consensus shenanigans, one that political commentators have termed