ODM party candidate could win Bungoma County senatorial seat By-election (Opinion)
The Ford kenya boss Hon. Moses Wetangula was fronted by the Kenya Kwanza Alliance (KKA) for the National Assembly speaker's seat, which he won after bagging 215 votes against his opponent, former Speaker Kenneth Marende who was fronted by the Azimio coalition, garnerd 135 votes of the lawmakers.
SportPesa CEO Ronald Karauri Issues Crucial Announcement Following Ruto's Swearing In
Kasarani MP Ronald Karauri. [Source/Nation] Out of the 12 Independent Members of Parliament, Kasarani legislator Ronald Karauri and Migori Woman Representative Fatuma Mohamed were the only ones not supporting President William Ruto. During the voting of the National Assembly Speaker last week, the duo backed Kenneth Marende who was being sponsored by Raila Odinga-led Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party.
"We Are The Majority Party No Need Of Interpretation" Funyula Mp Alleges Numbers They Have In NA
There have been claims by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance led Raila Odinga that they have higher numbers in National Assembly than Kenya Kwanza Alliance leader by President Dr William Ruto. Each side of coalitions is bragging about majority party Funyula Member of Parliament, Wilberforce Oundo Mudenyo have alleged the exact numbers Azimio and Kenya Kwanza have National assembly.
Moses Wetang'ula and Amason Kingi at Parliament ahead of official opening of 13th Parliament
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula and his Senate counterpart Amason Kingi at parliament buildings to ensure all is set for tomorrow’s official opening of the 13th Parliament. The former Senator of Bungoma County Moses Wetangula was elected the Speaker of the National Assembly following a voting exercise conducted inside the Parliament.
"Our Coalition Is The Majority All Stories Are Just Hot Air" Mp Alleges
David Kiplangat, Member of National Assembly for Soy Constituency in Uasin Gishu county have shared his view on who has majority and minority party in the national assembly . He is die hard supporter of Kenya Kwanza and one of President William Ruto allies. Both Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Alliance and Kenya Kwanza coalition are still differences on which party is majority.
The Rise of Wetangula: From Being a Magistrate, MP, Minister, Senator to National Assembly Speaker.
Hon Moses Masika Wetangula currently is the 8th Speaker of the National Assembly of Kenya since independence. He was elected as a speaker on Thursday 8th September 2022 in a race pitting him against the former Speaker of the National Assembly Hon. Kenneth Marende. Hon. Wetang’ula emerged as the winner having garnered 215 votes against the Hon.
Azimio coalition could win Bungoma county senatorial seat By-election (opinion)
At least eleven candidates have shown their thirst in Bungoma county senatorial seat.The seat fell vacant after Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetang’ula quit to contest the National Assembly Speaker’s position, which he won, paving the way for a by-election. Mr Wetang’ula defended his seat on August 9 for a third term, bagging 286,146 votes and trouncing five other contestants who were eyeing to unseat him.
IEBC Announces Date for Bungoma By-Election
Today, Thursday October 6, Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) makes huge announcement by gazetting a by- election in Bungoma to replace FORD Kenya party leader, Moses Masika Wetangula and Bungoma Senator. FORD Kenya party leader, Moses Masika Wetangula was elected to represent speaker of the national assembly and he is deputies by Uasin Gishu Women Representative in National Assembly, Gladys Boss Sholei.
"I Fiercely Competed" MP Sudi Finally Discloses What Forced Him To Withdraw from Speaker Race
The Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has finally admitted that he had aspirations of serving as Speaker of the 13th parliament. In terms of the national political leadership, he would essentially be the third person in the pecking order. He claims that he abandoned his campaign in favor of Moses Wetang'ula, a senator from Bungoma at the time who now holds the prestigious position.
Ledama Ole Kina Tells Raila a Strategy They Must Use to Win Bungoma And Elgeyo Marakwet By-elections
Ford Kenya's Moses Wetangula, left his position as senator for Bungoma in order to run for speaker of the National Assembly. The Kenya Kwanza alliance, in accordance with their pre-election pact, fronted Wetangula to be its candidate. To win the Speaker election conducted in the National Assembly chambers, Wetangula defeated Kenneth Marende, who had been backed by Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya.
Mouthwatering Salaries And Benefits Wetangula Enjoys Being The Third In Command
National assembly speaker Moses wetangula in Parliament. Members of the national assembly Elected former Bungoma senator Moses wetangula as their new speaker who took over the outgoing Justin Muturi. Wetangula Defeated former speaker Kenneth Marende fronted by azimio la umoja one Kenya coalition by garnering 214 votes against 130 for Marende who had to withdraw to avoid a second Round.
Atwoli, Jirongo, Murathe, Marende Among 6 Under Probe Over Ksh.250M Land Saga
Atwoli, Jirongo, Murathe, Marende among 6 under probe over Ksh.250M land saga. The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) is probing Jubilee Party Vice-Chairman David Murathe, former Lugari MP Cyrus Jirongo, COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli and former Speaker Kenneth Marende in connection with a Ksh.250 million land saga.
What Francis Atwoli, Kenneth Marende, and David Murathe Told EACC After Being Summoned
COTU boss, Francis Atwoli, Former National Assembly Speaker, Kenneth Marende, and Former Jubilee Vice Chairperson, David Murathe heeded EACC's call after being summoned. The three did not give much detail on why they were summoned but speaking to the nation, the EACC acting CEO, Abdi Muhamud revealed that the three were among six prominent individuals who received money that is suspected to have been part of a fraud investigation.
Opinion: Hon. Wamunyinyi could succeed speaker Wetangula
The looming by-election for Bungoma's senatorial seat has been scheduled to take place on December 8, 2022, according to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) through their chair Mr. Wafula Chebukati. This is after Hon. Moses Wetangula's appointment as National Assembly speaker on September 8, 2022, which left the seat vacant.
NA speaker Wetangula shares a light moment at Kasarani Stadium with fellow senator Speaker Kingi
Former Bungoma County Senator and new Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula arrived at the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani this morning to attend the inauguration ceremony of President-elect William Ruto and Vice President-elect Rigathi Gachagua. Wetangula was captured while sitting next to his Senate counterpart, Amason Kingi, the former governor of Kilifi County.
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula Meets A High Profile Visitor In His Office.
It's less than a week after the election of former Bungoma senator as the National Assembly Speaker and things seem to be turning brighter for him. Today the Bungoma kingpin hosted a high profile visitor in his office at parliament buildings. Wetangula held a meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister of Cuba, Mrs Ines Maria Chapman Waugh.
Wetangula Excited As Twitter Account Finally Verified And Boosted With Over 933k Followers
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula's official Twitter account has finally been verified.The account, which boosts over 933,000 followers, got Twitter's verification blue badge on Saturday. Wetangula made the announcement thereafter with excitement, coming barely three weeks after the former Bungoma Senator assumed his new role as Speaker of the National Assembly.
Huge Blow to Moses Wetangula's FORD KENYA as UDA Decides to Field Senatorial Candidate in Bungoma
The seat fell vacant after FORD KENYA leader Moses Wetangula quit to contest for the National Assembly speaker's position, which he won, paving way for a by-election. Wetangula was elected Senator on August 9 general election for a third term bagging 286,146 votes and trouncing five other contestants.
Murathe, Atwoli and Jirongo Summoned By EACC in a Ksh 250M Land Saga.
Concerning a Ksh. 250 million land dispute, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) is looking into Jubilee Party Vice-Chairman David Murathe, former Lugari MP Cyrus Jirongo, COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli, and former Speaker Kenneth Marende. Albino Abuog and George Khaniri are among those allegedly involved in the scheme to cheat the Kenyan government.
Kenyans React After Wetangula Assures Mps of Getting Their Car Allowances, Mortagage
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula has assured MPs that their car allowances and mortgage privileges shall be retained after talks Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC). Speaking on the first day of a week-long MP induction retreat in Safari Park hotel, Wetangula said that he will seek audience with SRC and deliberate on restoring the benefits MPs were enjoying.