Stephene Letoo is a reknown and one of the most celebrated journalists in Kenya as at now. He was born in a village in Kilgoris, Narok county. The 31-year-old man holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass communication from University of Nairobi. He is very passionate about what he does and he has been a reporter at Kiss 100 and classic 105 radio stations but currently, he is a political reporter at the most watched television in Kenya, Citizen TV.
A section of Jubilee Party Leaders from Kilgoris in Narok County have today welcomed President William Ruto back to his former Party saying that they are tired of being political orphans. Speaking during a media briefing as reported by KTN News on Wednesday, the group of leaders led by their Area Member of Parliament wants the Head of State to quickly salvage the Political party that is almost collapsing now that it is evident that President Uhuru Kenyatta has retired from active politics.
Citizen TV journalist has joined the club of big boys after showing off his newly constructed mansion in the village. The senior political journalist posted a photo of his white mansion in Kilgoris, Narok County, leaving fans mesmerised. The multi-talented journalist he was inspired by American movies like White House, and House of Cards for his house's design.
The country is eagerly waiting for the general elections to take place in a couple of hours from now. This is after the last election in the country was held back five years ago. Every candidate is waiting for their fate which will depend with the people's votes at the ballot box.
Azimio One Kenya Alliance coalition of Raila Odinga and Kenya kwanza coalition of the president-elect William Ruto will be flexing their muscles to ensure they managed to get seats in both houses of the parliament. However, Kilgoris MP Julius Sunkuli revealed that it is good to be back in the parliament after 20 years and he will make sure that he fulfills his promises to the people of kilgoris.
Citizen TV senior political reporter Stephen Letoo has hinted at joining Kenya's political arena in the forthcoming General Elections that will be conducted in August 2027.L etoo is considering vying for the Kilgoris parliamentary seat in Narok County. Kilgoris Constituency is currently being represented by Julius Sunkuli who made a comeback on the political arena after a 20-years.
President William Ruto was once in Jubilee Party before things started falling apart between him and former President Uhuru Kenyatta. William Ruto joined another party called United Democratic Alliance, and he used his ticket to run for a presidential seat. According to reports by KTN News, a section of leaders from Transmara led by Kilgoris MP have said that they wish President William Ruto could return to Jubilee Party.
The incoming President gave journalists Letoo and Goin a special mention while responding to the questions from the media after the Supreme court upheld his victory on Monday, September 5. Citizen TV senior political reporter Stephen Letoo has spoken up after President-elect William Ruto recognised him. While reacting to the news in an interview with YouTuber Vincent Mboya, Letoo thanked the president-elect for the warm gesture.
Two police officers have been arrested while escorting a car which was transporting marked ballot papers from Deputy President William Ruto's Rift Valley turf. Narok County Police Commander Kizito Mutoro said the suspects, two police officers and a civilian were arrested at 6:30pm in Kilgoris after members of the public trailed the car and raised an alarm.
Police officers in Kilgoris are holding three people, a civilian and surprisingly two police officers. The three were apprehended for allegedly transporting marked ballot papers together with some other election materials. While speaking in a press statement, the Police Commander for Narok County, Kizito Mutoro said that the suspects were arrested today on Tuesday 9th August at 6:30pm after members of the public followed the car and raised an alarm.
While escorting a car carrying marked voting papers from Deputy President William Ruto's Rift Valley territory, two police officers were detained.The suspects, two police officers, and a civilian were apprehended at 6:30 p.m. in Kilgoris after members of the public followed the car and called the police, according to Narok County Police Commander Kizito Mutoro.
"I Have Nobody to Compete With Me" When questioned about the allegations, Uhuru Kenyatta maintains his stance of denial. Uhuru Kenyatta voted on election day's big day. This is Uhuru Kenyatta's last vote as Kenya's president. Raila Odinga hasn't voted yet on this historic day.
Photo: Courtesy (Image used for illustration purposes only) A morning drama has ensured after two police officers were nabbed transporting marked presidential ballot papers among other IEBC materials. According to news hitting the headlines, two police officers by the names, Michael Cheptoo, a sergent and Daniel Chepkwoy a constable were nabbed while refilling their vehicle at shell petrol station.
Vowing to preserve the status quo, the legislators unanimously claimed that the 2013 CDF, and not the current National Government Constituency Development Fund, was found to be in breach of the law (NGCDF). During the two-day orientation of Parliament prior to its reopening next month, members asserted that they will ensure the reintroduction of the fund.
Vowing to protect the fund's status quo, the legislators asserted in unison that the 2013 CDF and not the current National Government Constituency Development Fund was determined to be in violation of the law (NGCDF). During the two-day orientation of Parliament before to its reopening next month, the legislators maintained that they will assure the fund's reinstatement.
Results in the contest for governor of Narok county were scheduled to be announced this evening, but were delayed until an unspecified later date due to security concerns. When supporters of two candidates threatened to overrun the county tallying center at Maasai Mara University, it caused tension.
Kenyans are playing a very crucial role in the ongoing August general elections to ensure that the elections is conducted in a free and fair manner. The residence of Kilgoris constituency in Narok county have done a good job by reporting an incidence where a civilian and two police officers were ferrying marked ballot papers.
Two police officers and a civilian have been arrested with marked ballot papers in Kilgoris. The three were nabbed after members of the public trailed their car and raised an alarm. Among the materials recovered include a voter register for Kilgoris Prison, election results booklets and 12 packets of presidential ballot papers.
Two police officers have been detained while seizing a vehicle that was transporting marked ballplayers from the Rift Valley property of Deputy Resident William Rutto. In Kilgoris about 6:30 p.m., suspects, two police officers, and a civilian were detained when members of the public flagged down a car and raised an alarm, according to Narok County Police Ombudsman Kizito Mutoro.
The big day is here, it is the 9th of August 2022 and Kenyans are out to cast their votes to determine the next commander in chief. In every good thing, there must be people who would want to spoil the fun. In Kilgoris constituency, Narok county, some residents did good work by reporting some spoilers who had carried marked ballot papers to the police.