Former Ikolomani Member of Parliament Dr Boni Khalwale is this Tuesday a happy man after welcoming a new member into his family. Khalwale took to social media where he announced the arrival of a cute baby by the name of Candice Shikanga Khalwale. Baby Shikanga was born last night at the Nairobi Hospital.
Photo courtesy of former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale. Former Senator and the United Democratic Alliance senatorial Candidate of Kakamega county in the Western Kenya region is pleased to welcome another newborn to his family. However, Boni Khalwale rarely shies away from sharing the family matters that give him praise.
The late Mama Adelaide Shikanga Khalwale and her son Tigana Khalwale at their Malinya home in Ikolomani, Kakamega County [Photo courtesy: Tigana Khalwale/Facebook] Close to three years after the unfortunate demise of Mama Adelaide Shikanga Khalwale who was first wife of the former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale, her "replacement" on this earth or so to say has finally entered this world and the bullfighting fanatic is over the moon about it.
(Photo courtesy, from right is Dr. Boni Khalwale and ANC party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi.) By Fredrick Ameka. Former Kakamega senator Dr. Boni Khalwale has dismissed reports that their is disagreement between UDA and ANC candidates in Kakamega. The report indicates that aspirant Boni Khalwale has stirred up the coalition’s campaigns.
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Kakamega County Senator aspirant Boni Khalwale has stirred up Kenya Kwanza coalition campaigns after reports that he made a demand that Hon Musalia Mudavadi denounces his Amani National Congress (ANC) party’s candidates in favour of those of Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
Former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale, has this morning expressed excitement over the arrival of a newborn baby into his family. Taking to his social media pages, the United Democratic Alliance party senatorial candidate revealed that the mewborn is his grandchild and has been named after his late wife.
In spite of the fact that political power struggles are still spreading havoc across the country, Kenyans are looking forward to the general elections that are slated to take place in 2022 with great enthusiasm. The year 2022 has been designated as the time for the ensuing election.
Deputy President William Ruto and Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga are embroiled in a cut-throat competition on how to garner votes on the August 9 poll. Kenya Kwanza leaders from Western region promised to deliver 70 per cent of votes to Ruto's busket in bid to defeat ODM leader Raila.
In order to ensure that he controls his key areas, Raila Odinga is traveling the nation. Year after year, the former premier has been receiving millions of votes in Western Kenya, even when Musalia Mudavadi himself was on the ballot. This time, Raila hopes to receive similar votes as well.
United Democratic Alliance party senator aspirant Boni Khalwale has woken up to a mornings shocker after residents reacted differently to his morning post. Boni Khalwale posted a pic of a billboard erected in Kakamega that has pictures of Kenya Kwanza Alliance flagbearer William Ruto, Amani National Congress party governor hopeful Cleophas Malala and him.
Three recently conducted Twitter opinion polls are showing that if Presidential Election is held today, the Deputy President William Samoei Arap Ruto could be ultimate winner with 50 percent+1. In several opinion polls exposed by United Democratic Alliance, UDA Western region ally who is eyeing the Kakamega Senatorial seat, Dr. Boni Khalwale, the three opinion polls conducted by three different people on different days shows that DP is ahead of Raila.
Bonnie Khalwale has hit hard on Musalia Mudavadi asking him to rise up above local politics and be a national leader. According to Khalwale, it's evident Mudavadi is concentrating on local Western Kenya politics to know of who is elected MP and MCA instead of focusing at the bigger picture of campaigning for Ruto.
As the next general elections expected to take place on August 9 approaches, the temperatures in the Country's political arena continues to rise each day with every candidate yearning for any elective position now busy doing their campaign rallies in search for majority votes that will enable them to win the elections.
Details have emerged revealing why Musalia Mudavadi backed down his bid for presidency to allow William Ruto to vie as well as why Boni Khalwale stepped down for Cleophas Malala to vie for Governor. As it stands out right now under the Kenya Kwanza coalition arrangement, William Ruto is vying for presidency together with Rigathi Gachagua and Cleophas Malala for Governorship been supported by Musalia Mudavadi.
Boni Khalwale has celebrated the milestone that is the Nairobi express way. This is after he manouvered through the express way from town in about six minutes.He has narrated that he was missing his flight due to a pressing afternoon meeting in the city center but then in six minutes via the Express way he made it on time.
Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate for the Azimio La Umoja coalition, and deputy president William Ruto were locked in a competitive race for votes in the elections on August 9. Western Kenyan Kwanza leaders pledged to deliver Ruto Busket at least 70% of the vote in order to defeat ODM leader Raila.
In an effort to unseat ODM leader Raila, Kenya Kwanza leaders from the Western region pledged to cast 70% of the ballots in Ruto's favor. However, the ANC party led by Musalia Mudavadi and the UDA party led by Ruto do not get along well, particularly in Kakamega county.
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi with Kakamega senator aspirant Bonnie Khalwale(photo courtesy) Kakamega senatorial aspirant Bonnie Khalwale has revealed why he decided to step down in the Kakamega governor race. Taking to his verified account ,Khalwale has admitted that he unconditionally allowed senator Malala to vie for governor of Kakamega for the single reason that the people of Western cannot afford to be locked out of government for one more time.
Kakamega county senatorial aspirant has now revealed a strong reason why the Amani National congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi strapped down for William Ruto in the race to state. The ANC party leader decided to join Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate and support him to the highest office of the republic.
(Photo courtesy, Dr Boni Kahwale) By Fredrick Ameka. Former Kakamega senator Dr. Boni Kahwale displayed his bull on social media. From his statement, the bulls which he names 'Li-Beast' is used for a bull fighting events in Kakamega County. Dr. Kahwale noted that anyone ready with another bull to go and challenge his 'Li- Beast.'