Amidst the ongoing tussle and quarrel in the IEBC commision that saw four of the seven commissioners walk out of Bomas and hold a separate press conference disputing the presidential results, the chair Mr. Chebukati has hit out on the four commissioners. In a statement released today by the independent commission, Mr. Chebukati has said that the four commissioners who were against the results wanted him to change the results so as to facilitate a re-run. In his press release, the commission boss reiterated that
The Inspector General of the National Police Service Mr Hillary Mutyambai has broken silence hours after His Excellency the deputy president William Ruto was declared the President elect. In his statement on behalf of the NPS, Hillary Mutyambai has noted that Kenyans need to ensure that they maintain peace now that election results have been released by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
The National Police Service's Inspector General, Mr. Hillary Mutyambai, finally spoke up after His Excellency the deputy president William Ruto was elected the country's next leader. Speaking on behalf of the NPS, Hillary Mutyambai said Kenyans must make sure they uphold peace now that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has declared the election results.
Gachagua In Trouble As Residents Invade Gov't Land While Chanting Ruto's Name Forcing Police To Inter
While chanting the names of William Ruto, the incoming president, and Rigathi Gachagua, his running mate, police in Karatina Nyeri pushed away locals who had entered official property. The locals, who number close to 100, asserted that Gachagua had made a pledge to provide the plot of land allegedly owned by Kenya Railways Corporation.
Police chased away residents who had invaded gov't land while chanting the names of Ruto and Rigathi
Police in Karatina Nyeri chased away residents who had invaded government land while chanting the names of President-elect, William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua. In a group of almost 100 members, the residents claimed that Gachagua had promised them the piece of land reportedly owned by Kenya Railways Corporation.
Hours after His Excellency the Deputy President William Ruto was declared the winner of the presidential election, Mr. Hillary Mutyambai, the Director General of the National Police Services, broke the silence. Hillary Mutyambai noted in his statement on behalf of the NPS that Kenyans must make sure they maintain peace now that election results have been announced by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Residents in Karatina Nyeri were chased away by police while chanting the names of President-elect William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua. Residents in a group of nearly 100 claimed that Gachagua had promised them a plot of land allegedly owned by Kenya Railways Corporation. They demanded that the land be transferred and title deeds be processed immediately, claiming that Ruto and Gachagua assured them that the exercises would be carried out once they took office.
After His Excellency the deputy president William Ruto was named the next president, Inspector General of the National Police Service Mr. Hillary Mutyambai finally spoke out. Hillary Mutyambai, speaking on behalf of the NPS, stated that now that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has announced the election results, Kenyans must make sure they maintain peace.
Hours after His Excellency the Deputy President William Ruto was declared the victor of the presidential election, Mr. Hillary Mutyambai, the Director General of the National Legal Services, broke the silence. Hillary Mutyambai noted in his statement on behalf of the NSS that Kenyans must make sure they maintain peace now that election results have been announced by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
After His Excellency the deputy president William Ruto was chosen as the nation's new leader, Mr. Hillary Mutyambai, the inspector general of the National Police Service, finally raised his voice. Hillary Mutyambai, speaking on behalf of the NPS, urged Kenyans to maintain calm now that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission had announced the election results.
Azimio leaders keeping vigil at the Bomas of Kenya – the national tallying center for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) are at it again. The leaders, this time, want the Commission to use Ultraviolet (UV) light to verify presidential constituency results (forms 34B) in the ongoing verification exercise.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has been busy with preparations to hand over power to the next Government which is in the next few days as the August 9th General Elections draws nigh. Picture courtesy. President Uhuru Kenyatta has arrived at the Kamangu Primary School grounds in Kikuyu. The President has also been busy with commissioning projects as well as launching others in the next few days that he is in office as he hopes to ensure that there is a smooth transition.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) head Wafula Chebukati announced that deputy president William Ruto has been named the president-elect of the Republic of Kenya. According to the proclamation made at the Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi County, Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party, George Wajackoyah of the Roots Party, and Waihiga Mwaure of the presidential candidate Waihiga Mwaure have all been beaten by the deputy president.
Voting in the country presents Kenyans with an opportunity to elect their preffered candidates for various leadership seats in the country without feeling intimidated or pressurized.Tomorrow Kenyans from all walks of life will be in different queues all over the country to take into power their preffered presidential aspirants.It will however be a sad day in office for you tomorrow if you do not have the following documents and requirements.
As election nears Kenyans need to remind themselves on the basics and guidelines to follow before going to cast their votes. When marking the ballot paper you should not include your name or initial in the ballot paper. The independent and boundaries commission has made it clear that any ballot paper that will have any mark that identifies the voter by containing the name, initials or the signature of the voter should be counted as a rejected vote.
Makueni County governor, Hon. Kivutha Kibwana has marked an important milestone in his county by issuing close to one thousand title deeds, promising to finalize a further one thousand and forty one in a bid to settle land issues in the region. Kivutha Kibwana said, "Since the year 2015, my government has facilitated the National Government and the National Land commission to work with my staff in Nguu Settlement Scheme in Kibwezi West.
Outgoing Mombasa Governor honourable Hassan Ali Joho and his Suna East Member of Parliament counterpart Mr Junet Mohamed have landed themselves in hot soup after United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party decided to take tough action against them. As per news making headlines, UDA party has decided to report the two Azimio faithfuls to National Cohesion and Integration Commission for editing and sharing a video clip which according to UDA was intended to spread tension across the country which could easily lead ethnic discrimination and disharmony.
Azimio la Umoja – One Kenya has written to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) requesting for log in credentials that will enable its agents access electronic results transmitted to the National Tallying Centre at Bomas of Kenya. Raila Odinga has said he doesn't need any assistance at the ballot and told DP Ruto to stop shadow boxing President Uhuru and face him head-on.
In the parliamentary debate on Sunday, July 31, Felix Odiwuor, widely known as Jalang'o, and Nixon Korir, the incumbent Lang'ata Member of Parliament, went for each other's throats. Among the controversial issues discussed were allegations that certain powerful politicians were planning a scheme to take over Uhuru Gardens.
Veteran Machakos journalist Jennifer Itumbi Wambua has gone missing since March 12, 2021.