Makueni county governor Kivutha Kibwana has left many kenyans guessing his moves every now and then especially on the building bridges initiative (BBI).At first, Kibwana was a fierce critic of the building bridges initiative (BBI) constitutional ammendment bill 2020 and said that it was not a priority.
Death has been striking not only the nation but also the whole universe so sad in recent years.Things have not been normal.The world has been losing plenty of very important people and again as we are speaking, another hero fell today thus leaving ODM party leader Raila Odinga in mourning.
Makueni, Kajiado, Machakos and Kitui Counties are set to plant at least 2 million trees ahead of the the devolution conference.The conference which is set to be held in Makueni county in August this year is expected to bring together the 47 counties across the country.
After suddenly deciding to support BBI, Makueni governor Kivutha Kibwana has once again made a U-turn on the document.This time round, the governor is questioning the timing of the upcoming referendum.According to Kibwana, It's not wise for the country to conduct a reconstitution of IEBC,hold a referendum and a general election within just 12 months.
The county governor of Makueni, Professor Kivutha Kibwana found himself at the receiving end after he tried to cover up the county finance cabinet secretary Mary Kimanzi.This was after the member of Makueni county assembly brought up a bill to vote her out for what they claimed was misuse of office and delays in salaries and allowances.
Fake BBI? Blow To Raila And Uhuru Kenyatta As Samson Cheragei Calls For Investigations Over BBI Document
Few months after Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga launched the Building Bridges Initiative, there has been a lot of reactions through social media platforms.Today, Samson Cheragei has paused a certain question as to why 12 counties only received the original copy of BBI.He has urged the DCI to investigate the matter, which now becomes a huge blow to Raila and Uhuru Kenyatta.
The ODM party has once again stated that it is not involved in any political talks with any other potential partners for now.This, however, comes at a time when the party is being said and seen to be involved in the same, including with Makueni governor Kivutha Kibwana, ahead of the fast approaching 2022 general elections.
Although he has not declared his presidency bid publicly, all actions shows that the former prime minister Raila Odinga is still interested in making a fifth stab to the presidency in 2022 general elections. The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) chief is determined to become president Uhuru Kenyatta's heir apparent with deputy president William Ruto seeming to be his stumbling block due to his influence to the youths as and women. However, the Star has established how the president Uhuru's handshake soulmate
Makueni county Governor Kivutha Kibwana has once again changed his mind on the Building Bridges Initiative Amendment Bill (2020).Governor Kivutha Kibwana [Photo/Courtesy] In the earlier stages, he joined hands with the likes of Martha Karua, Jerotich Seii, David Ndii and Boniface Mwangi to form Linda Katiba, which vowed to campaign against the BBI.
Former opposition leader Hon.Raila Odinga is peering the services of Makueni county Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana.This is in a bid to replace wiper party leader Dr Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka from the region.According to private sources, the ODM leader has staged a huge bid that is going to woo Prof. Kibwana to join his ODM party before the next elections.
The Makueni governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana has come out to declare that the BBI referendum is not necessary at the moment.Kibwana was one of the team which is currently opposed to the Constitution amendment through the BBI before he changed his mind and asked the Makueni MCAs to pass the bill when it was taken to their county assembly.
Makueni's Governor Kivutha Kibwana has given out his views on when the constitutional review should be conducted.Communicating via a tweet ,Kivutha said that the constitutional review should take place after the 2022 General elections.He also added that after that is when they will handle the Bombs draft.
On February 2021, Makueni Governor Prof Kivutha Kibwana, who among a section of politicians and constitutional experts opposed to the Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Bill 2020 under the banner of Linda Katiba abandoned his stand and supported the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).“I have listened to the voice of the people in the just concluded BBI public participation forums.
Makueni governor Kivutha Kibwana has now changed tunes regarding to the proposed amendments of the 2010 Constitution.The governor said that it'll not be knowing effect the changes within the few months remaining before subsequent General Elections.Via a tweet sent on Monday, April 19, Kibwana proposed that the changes need to be considered immediately after the 2022 general vote.
The Makueni governor, Kivutha Kibwana has changed his tune on the BBI document ahead of the referendum.In his remarks he said that Kenyans must protect the Supreme Constitution of Kenya and any amendments to it should come after the 2022 elections.He claimed that in February 2021 he deferred to the public participation ( PP) held under the Makueni County Assembly where the county organ was mandated to consider the BBI bill.
With the current wave of politicians wanting to Change the constitution, Kivutha Kibwana has urged politicians and other stakeholders to consider that. "In my considered opinion, we should consider constitutional review untill after 2022 general election.After that we should review the Bomas draft.It is not judicious to handle reconstitution of IEBC, delimitation of constituencies, referendum and general election inside 12 months" Kivutha Said.
Rt.Hon.Kivutha Kibwana is a Kenyan politician and also the Makueni County boss.According to the source, he has made a U-turn concerning the BBI Initiative.Kivutha Kibwana has just said that the BBI process should be postponed until the country is done with the the 2022 general elections.
KCPE results were released yesterday by the education cabinet secretary Prof. George Magoha.In this year KCPE examination, female candidates performed better than male candidates.The best candidate nationally was Mumo Faith Kawee from KARI Mwailu primary school in Kiboko Makueni county.Today the county Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana released a passionate congratulatory message to the best country KCPE candidate.
ODM leader Raila Amollo Odinga has for the past few days portrayed undecided politics which is not only unpredictable move but also a trickster game.Two weeks ago ODM party deputy leader Wycliffe Oparanya met Deputy President William Ruto at a park which Oparanya claimed that the meeting was a coincidence.
Kivutha Kibwana, the governor of Makueni, intends to enter former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's campaign ahead of the 2022 general elections.On Wednesday, April 14, Kibwana announced the development following lengthy talks with Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leaders from the South Eastern branch.