President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to kick-off his three day tour of the Western region of Kenya today. The President landed in Kakamega in the evening of July 22 and is expected to inspect and commission various projects in Vihiga, Kakamega, Busia and Bungoma counties. Key of the developments projects Raila's handshake partner is expected to commission include the planned construction of of the Ksh100 million Kakamega Gold Refinery in Ikolomani constituency.
Man Who Secretly Followed Old Women And School Girls Before He Forcefully Slept With Them Faces This
Carey Akosa, a middle-aged man from Irenje, Ikolomani Constituency in Kakamega county faced it rough after the irate members of the public attacked him and beat him to death. It is alleged that the suspect has been chasing around school girls and old women before forcefully doing the act with them, and the behavior had irritated many.
Lady Whose Land Was Used To Lynch A Villager Surprises Many as She Demands The Government To Pay Her
Image: courtesy A middle-aged man has met his death after being lynched by angry residents in Kakamega County. According to reports, the man had a habit of assaulting young girls and women in the village. The incident which happened at Ikolomani constituency reportedly made the locals happy as this meant that the ladies are not going to face more problems.
The meeting comes following hue and cry from Luhya leaders who accused ODM leader Raila Odinga of using communities support to secure a handshake, only to lobby for development projects for his Nyanza Zbackyard. The three-day planned presidential tour has been firmed up, following a meeting at state house Mombasa between President Kenyatta and all five governors from Western Kenya.
Former Ikolomani member of parliament and Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale is a staunch United Democratic Alliance Party supporter having ditched Ford Kenya. His is Deputy President's pointman in western region and he has been tasked at wooing voters from the region ahead of 2022 general elections. Boni Khalwale unsuccessfully ran for Kakamega gubernatorial seat where he lost to Wycliffe Oparanya
Today former Kakamega senator Dr.Boni Khalwale was invited as the guest speaker for UDA.As the guest speaker for youth for Ruto Conference,Khalwale urged the youth to go into elective politics both at the party level and National level.He also reiterated that the youths will be the biggest beneficiaries of the bottom up economic formula.
In the next coming few weeks from the government has confirmed of the likely possibilities of several things that are going to happen. The happenings however also come at a time when the country is battling the covid-19 pandemic which has affected many Kenyans now. In a confirmation from the government through Devolution cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa, the president is supposed to lead through a series of occasions in the coming weeks.
Leaders from Kenya's Western Region are finalizing preparations for President Uhuru Kenyatta's visit in August 2021. Speaking to kenyans.co.ke, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala stated that he hopes President Kenyatta will help revive industries in the county, especially Mumias Sugar Company. "The president can help Mumias (Sugar Company) which has been put under receivership by paying part of its debt.
President Kenyatta has now made it clear to have a tour in western region after having toured Nyanza region,Kambaland and other regions.This simply calls for equality in conducting presidential visits and implementation of development projects across the country. According to the devolution cabinet secretary Eugine Wamalwa,he has called upon early preparations for the presidential visits in the region.Like what he has been doing in all presidential tour in other regions he is yet implement and initiate the same development projects in luhyaland.
President Kenyatta and Western leaders in the past moment After Kilifii County tour, President Kenyatta has landed in Western Kenya to launch several projects. Kakamega County governor Wyclife Oparanya confirmed President's visit in the region. As the President visits the region, there are several good things Western people are expecting from the Head of State.
Dr bonny Khalwale who is an ardent supporter of the current deputy President of Kenya Dr William Samoei Ruto has come out on his social Media account to lecture president Uhuru Kenyatta on the issue of Covid 19 vaccine. According to him, the president should lift the lockdown, ensure that coronavirus vaccines are procured in large numbers and ensure all public institutions are accessed by only those who are vaccinated.
Region in High Hopes as President Uhurus Next Stop After Ukambani is Unveiled, Mt Kenya West to Wait
After a his recent Ukambani tour that sparked a heated debate on the unity of the region's leaders, president Kenyatta will be heading to Western Kenya alias Mulembe nation in August. This is contrary to what many Kenyans were expecting, earlier news indicated that the president will only tour his home turf counties of East and West Mt Kenya and those in the Rift valley ( Nyandarua, Nakuru).
Speaking to kenyans.co.ke, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala stated that he hopes President Kenyatta will help revive industries in the county, especially Mumias Sugar Company. "The president can help Mumias (Sugar Company) which has been put under receivership by paying part of its debt. He should also set up programmes which will create employment for the youth," Malala said.He also stated that the president should also ensure that all infrastructure projects governments started by the national government are completed, citing the Lurambi-Bungoma Road.
Kenya's Western Region leaders are putting the finishing touches on plans for President Uhuru Kenyatta's visit in August 2021. Senator Cleophas Malala of Kakamega expressed his expectation that President Kenyatta will assist in the revival of the county's industries, particularly the Mumias Sugar Company. By paying a portion of Mumias' (Sugar Company's) debt, the president can assist Mumias (Sugar Company), which has been placed in receivership.
The presence of National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya at Kimuga polling station has sparked outrage among residents of Kiambaa constituency. The voters at Kimuga voting station confronted Honourable Kimunya, demanding to know why he was at the polling station, chanting the famous phrase 'Kimunya must go!'
The family in Ikolomani, Kakamega County, is in deep grief after their 20-year-old cousin committed suicide. Gabriel Shivachi, a secondary school student, allegedly hanged himself inside his bedroom shortly after writing to the Kenya National Examinations Council requesting that his KCSE exam be postponed. According to his grandmother, Sebenzia Shivachi, the young man left them in the sitting room and went to his bedroom, only to be discovered dead.
A family in Shisese village, Ikolomani constituency, Kakamega county is mourning the lost of their form three student who committed suicide. Gabriel Shivachi died after hanging himself in his bedroom. According to his grandmother Sebanzia Shivachi, Gabriel Shivachi left his family at the table after taking his supper and went to his bedroom where he was later found hanging from the roof.
In 2009, then finance minister resisted calls by MPs to quit due to his role in the sale of the Grand regency hotel know called the Laico regency in Nairobi, at a price most critics thought was way too low. KIMUNYA famously stated " I'd rather die than resign" but he beat a hasty retreat and resigned after boni khalwale then MP for Ikolomani moved one of the most dramatic censure motions in Kenya parliament history.
Hon. Kimunya previously in a meeting, Photo Credit: File The Kipipiri MP and National Assembly majority leader Amos Kimunya has been evicted in a polling station at Kiambaa, in Kiambuu county. In the video going viral, The Jubilee legislator was intercepted by voters at Kimuga voting station attracting confrontation between him and the voters.
Photo courtesy Cases of crime incidents in Kenya have increased at a higher rate across different counties here in Kenya.Majority of this crimes are spearheading due to some factors for example higher rate of unemployment among the youths hence leading them to adopt that act to cater for their needs.