County Feuds Escalate As Deputy Govorner Disagree With UDA Boss Over Power Share Only Days In Office
In Kericho county the deputy governor has spilled beans at his boss concerning how the boss was running the county with only few days in office. UDA Govorner Erick Mutai And deputy governer Frank Kirui are not reading from the same page, as far as county activities are concerned.
Kericho DG Fred Kirui addressing press at his official residence. Kericho deputy governor Fred Kitui has today broken his silence on his sour relationship with Governor Mutai who were both elected on a UDA party ticket in 2022 polls. While a press release at his official residence, deputy governor Fred Kirui cited pre- election betrayal and county appointments exclusion as sources of his sour relationship with Governor Mutai.
Grief hit Kefogo village of Kericho county on Thursday evening after the body of a famous musician arrived after weeks in the morgue. The reality of her death hit many among them other musicians who accompanied the body from the Kapkatet hospital morgue. After battling cancer for a short while, Kalenjin artiste Chebokitolek melodies died on September 4th, logistics and huge medical bills delayed her burial but was today cleared and will be laid to rest on Friday at her Kericho home.
Source: https://youtu.be/1JrmDPz3f8M Kericho county residents come out now to utterly announce that Raila's absence from the government leaves them insecure and that Raila also stands a chance to be a good leader. Newly sworn president William Ruto has a lot of expectations from Kenyans following his pledges and promises that he made to Kenyans during his campaigns.
Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot, has finally responded to former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka's attacks on President William Ruto. Speaking today at a press, Kalonzo, who was in support of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's presidential bid, blasted the Head of State for failing to reduce the cost of living which was in his manifesto.
Just one month after taking office, there are rifts between Kericho Governor Erick Mutai and his Deputy Fred Kirui. On Tuesday, October 4, Kirui issued a lengthy statement informing Kericho residents that he is dissatisfied with the way his employer is handling the county's business.
Shortly after breaking the deadlock over who holds the majority between the Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp and the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, the Speaker of the Senate, Amason Kingi, officially confirmed the house leadership. Photo Courtesy In a point of order, the Azimio claimed that the KKA had lost its majority status after President William Ruto named two of its senators—Soipan Tuya, a nominated senator, and Elgeyo Marakwet, a senator—to his cabinet.Kingi, who made the decision, stated that because he has not received a resignation from the two senators, KKA continues to have the majority.Introducing the majority leader of the parliament, Senator Aaron Cheruiyot of Kericho, who will be assisted by Senator Tabitha Karanja of Nakuru.Senator Boni Khalwale of Kakamega will take over as majority whip, and Steve Lelegwe of Samburu will serve as his deputy.
Residents of Kericho county have now publicly stated that they feel unsafe because Raila is not in the government and that Raila has an opportunity to be a successful leader. Following his vows and promises to Kenyans throughout his campaigns, newly minted president William Ruto has a lot of expectations from Kenyans.
Senator Bonny Khawlale in a past event. Senator Bonny Khawlale has been nominated by his Kenya Kwanza counterparts as majority chief whip in the Senate house. He will be deputized by Samburu senator Lelegwe. Khawlale and other house leadership nominees were announced today by president William Ruto after a two- day parliamentary group retreat in Naivasha.
Kericho Governor, Dr Mutai has been elected by Governors as their chair for Education Committee. After contesting and winning for the first time in the recent gubernatorial race, the former lecturer has moved a step further after being elected by Governors as their Chairperson in the Council of Governors' Education Committee.
Police officers In Kericho are currently investigating an incident that where a 25-year-old man allegedly died after an Altercation with his father in law. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the deceased who has been identified as Godwin Kipkirui was arguing with his wife before the woman's dad decided to get in between them.
The Kenya Kwanza coalition is currently a happy camp because the several months of campaigns and struggle paid off as they managed to have President William Ruto elected. In a latest message, Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruyiot has today opened up on how the long months of campaigning had a bad effect to his personal life.
United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party has rewarded some of their workers who worked at their offices as cleaners, chefs and even store keepers with nominations into the government. Everlyne Korir who is one of beneficiaries claims that after finishing school, he decided to volunteer and work at the UDA party headquarters on Makindu Road, Nairobi.
Photo Courtesy; President William Ruto. Close confidant of President William Ruto and Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot has now told off ODM politician and Senator for Narok County Ledama Ole Kina over his recent remarks targeting president William Ruto. Earlier, Ledama had alleged that the promise by Ruto to Judiciary of extra Kshs 3 Billion was not feasible as the president did not have money to give the judiciary.
Following the pledges and promises he made to Kenyans during his campaigns, the nation has high hopes for the newly sworn-in president, William Ruto. Kenyans would be able to live decent lives thanks to the fifth's promise to revive the economy. Ruto stated that he will do all within his power to bring down the price of necessities so that the majority of Kenyans can manage during the first days of his administration, in accordance with his bottom-up economic philosophy.
Aaron Cheruiyot who is the Senator for Kericho county and one of Kenya Kwanza allies today tweeted on his twitter page that Back in the day when we warned Azimio on the dangers of a Coalition political party as opposed to coalition of political parties. Had they listened to @SenMutula they wouldn't be in the mess they are in right now.
The cost of living in the country has gone high since President William Ruto and his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua were sworn in. The rise in prices of fuel and electricity tokens has caused numerous complaints among Kenyans who had hopes that the cost will drop following Ruto's promises to cut the cost of living in the country.
What Kericho Residents Have Done Today That Shows President Ruto A Clear Picture Of What Will Happen
The people of Kericho County are now going to fully announce that Raila's absence from government makes them insecure and that Raila also has an opportunity to be a good leader. Newly sworn in President William Ruto has received high expectations from the Kenyan people following the promises he made to the Kenyan people during his election campaigns.
The Kenya Kwanza coalition is currently in a happy camp good place because their months-long efforts to elect President William Ruto were successful. Aaron Cheruyiot, a senator from Kericho, has recently opened up about is how the protracted months of campaigning negatively impacted his personal life. Senator Cheruyot, acknowledged in a tweet on his twitter page that spending months campaigning had a negative impact on his fitness.
Following the commitments and promises he made to Kenyans throughout his campaigns, newly minted president William Ruto is subject to high expectations from his countrymen. The fifth pledged to revive the economy and give Kenyans the chance to live decent lives. Ruto claimed that, based on his bottom-up economic theory, he would exert every effort in his first days in office to bring down the price of necessities so that the majority of Kenyans could make ends meet.