A woman has moved to court seeking orders to allow her to visit her husband in prison for conjugal rights. The woman identified as Ogembo has sued Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki, arguing that although her husband - Erastus Odhiambo - is serving 20 years for murder, he retains all his other rights, including conjugal rights.
Murang’a County senator Irungu Kang'ata addressing residents of Mugoiri, Kihara (Photo Courtesy: Twitter) The time for massive campaigns ahead of the General elections has arrived which has got various leaders reach out to Kenyans for their support. Deputy president William Ruto is expected to continue with his intensive campaigns across the country.
The 2022 general elections approaching with speed and tension is building across the country. Kenyans are hardworking and they want leaders who will protect them and not leaders who will take advantage of the little they earn. Millions of Kenyans are jobless and many are languishing in poverty while cartels loot through government tenders.
Inside Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang'i has encouraged legislators to stop assaulting National Government Officers during public meetings. As per the CS, such assaults are ridiculous and they hazard dispiriting and dehumanizing guiltless local officials who do not have the chance to safeguard themselves. Alluding to last end of the week's political meeting in Eldoret, Matiang'i disagreed for certain legislators unified to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) who assaulted Uasin Gishu County Commissioner, Stephen Kihara.
All is set for the Supreme Court of Kenya to hear and determine the BBI appeals tommorow, Tuesday 18th January 2022. Parties who filed for an appeal include IEBC based on the Court of Appeal question on its constitutional mandate as well as Attorney General Kihara Kariuki. According to the source which could not be named,a question has arisen on why the Supreme Court is in hurry to listen to the appeals.
ODM leader Raila Odinga and the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Secretariat have once again moved to court seeing to revive the push. The constitutional changes initiative, which seeks to among others, expand the executive, was until recently dead after being twice rejected by the courts.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has hit out at the judiciary for what he has termed as judicial activism and authoritarianism. According to Uhuru in a statement ready by Attorney General Kihara Kariuki, Judiciary has become an impediment to the fight against corruption. Uhuru Kenyatta has made it clear that the judiciary is shielding itself from prosecution while prosecuting others.
Interior Cabinet Secretary, Hounerable Dr Fred Matiangi has finally responded to remarks made by Deputy president William Ruto allies while campaigning in Eldoret Town few days ago. While speaking today, Matiangi has warned Tangatanga allies not to attack public officers claiming that they are lowering their self esteem through profiling them.
The Court Compels Kihara, PS Kibicho To Pay 5.3 Million As Their 7 Year Old Case Comes To Haunt Them
The Interior PS Karanja Kibicho and AG Paul Kihara have been recently compelled to pay 5.3 million after allegations were made against them. The case was over a shooting incident that happened seven years ago. The two powerful men paid the amount in order to clear their names.
The Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang'i asked urged Politicians to stop attacking National Government Officers during the public rallies.According to Matiangi,such attacks are unwarranted and it demolished and dehumanized the innocent servants who lacked the opportunity to defend themselves. In the last weekend's Political rally in Eldoret,CS took issues with some allied it United Democratic Alliance (UDA) who attacked Uasin Gishu County Commissioner, Stephen Kihara.Politiciand led by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua accused Kihara of hosting secret meetings to wage ethnic divisions.
(https://citizen.digital/news/cs-matiangi-warns-politicians-against-attacking-public-officers-n290333) Cabinet secretary in charge of thr Interior docket Dr Fred Matiang'i has urged politicians to refrain from throwing accusations at government officers. He said this while referring to last week's attack by United Decomratic Alliance in Eldoret rally led by MP Gachagua of Mathira constituency who said that Uasin Gishu's county commissioner Stephen Kihara was secretly hosting meet ups that are ethnically incline in a rather cosmopolitan Uasin Gishu County.
United Democratic Alliance party which is associated with the deputy president William Ruto is getting popular especially in Mt Kenya region. Several politicians from different political parties are now joining UDA. Today, deputy president William Ruto toured Nyandarua County where he was accompanied by various politicians including Ndindi Nyoro, Aden Duale among other who mobilized the people to fully support deputy president William Ruto ahead of 2022 presidential race.
Over time, the president of the republic of Kenya hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta have been suffering some blows from the Judiciary of Kenya. This is coming from the constant ruling which doesn' t favour hon Kenyatta and his goverment at large. Of late, the high court Nullified the Huduma Card project which was being driven by Uhuru' s goverment.
The building bridges initiative came into existence after the famous March 2018 handshake between Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Amollo Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta. The initiative seeks to bring changes to the current constitution by introducing some clauses in wanty situations. The bill was heading to the referendum having gone through signatures collection and verification, voting by county assemblies, national assembly and senate before it was dealt a blow by the seven bench high court and court of appeal judges.
The Attorney General and the Inspector General of Police have been summoned in court over the disappearance of a lawyer and an exconvict. High Court judge Anthony Murima directed AG Paul Kihara and IG Hillary Mutyambai to appear before the Milimani Law Courts on Thursday at 2pm. The two will be required to confirm their positions on the disappearance of lawyer Hassan Nandwa on October 28.
With just nine months remaining for the next year's general elections to happen, different aspirants who have ambitions to lead the nation come 2022 continue with their campaigns to sell their manifestos. The presidential seat has a lot of pressure on who will inherit the presidency from His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta.
The Naivasha women representative Jane Kihara has urged Uhuru Kenyatta to stop talking anything bad against DP Ruto. Kihara has told Uhuru it's him who is the problem in this great nation and it's not DP Ruto. Here is a video link: https://youtu.be/dI3GdcGFB0w Kihara has remained clear the president just used Ruto to ascend to power knowing well he was a mobilizer.
Picture Courtesy : Attorney General Kihara Kariuki. Last week, DCI boss Kinoti was sentenced to four months in prison for contempt of court after failing to comply with court orders to return firearms seized from businessman Wanjigi. However, on Sunday, Kinoti said he would rather go to jail than return Wanjigi’s confiscated firearms, saying he does have custody of the firearms in question.
The court of appeal earlier declared the BBI unconditional due to mistakes that were witnessed in its formation process. It was declared unlawful becouse it did not follow the legal process . Attorney General kihara kariuki is now dissatisfied with the court of appeal findings that the structures which are basic to the constitution of kenya can be altered only through the primary constituent power which must include the four sequential processes.
Some of the deputy president William samoei Ruto ally has been on spot by the court over allegation of corruption. The team led by Ruto ,has been always blaming the court for charging his allies due to corruption because they are his supporters. Naivasha MP Jane Kihara has been targeted by the court as they are set auction her property ,this is after they throw out the petition by the lawmaker to stop the process.