Kakamega County Senator Boni Khalwale through his official Facebook account he has posted a photo together with former presidential candidate George Wajackoya and Mumias East MP Peter Salasia. Boni Khalwale wrote as follows "A happy moment at Parliament with Prof George Wajackoya and Hon PK Salasia, the MP of Mumias East".
For a long time, there has been complaints over the duration taken to process, receive and renew a passport. Those who have applied for the passport stay even more than 2 months before they receive them. Unfortunately Kakamega Senator, Hon Boni Khalwale has a different experience.
Famous political analyst Herman Manyora has on Tuesday night Reacted to Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale's Post. Photo courtesy: Herman Manyora at a past interview in a local TV station This is as Khalwale showcased his attendance in the induction of members of the 4th senate earlier in the day.
"Internet Never Forgets" Says Khalwale As He Reveals Prophesy He Made On Raila That Has Come To Pass
Kakamega Senator Bony Khalwale has revealed about a prophesy he made on Azimio- One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga that has come to pass. Courtesy Penning to his twitter publication, Dr Boni Khalwale states what he advised on back in 2020 on Uhuru succession, claiming internet never forgets.
Kakamega County Senator Boni Khalwale has finally congratulated Susan Wafula after being nominated Cabinet Secretary for health by president William Ruto. Boni Khalwale through his Facebook account he said as follows " Good morning my sister, Susan Nakhumicha Wafula, congratulations on your appointment as the Cabinet Secretary for Health".
The competency Based-Curriculum (CBC) could have suffered another setback after Kakamega county Senator Boni Khalwale vowed to fight it and reverse back the 8-4-4 system. According to Khalwale, the new CBC system was only designed to help kids from rich backgrounds at the expense of their counterparts from poor grounds.
Kakamega County Senator Boni Khalwale has again caused stir online. This comes after he said that "Vaida" song is a good song from luhya land. Khalwale wrote as follows on his official Facebook account "Good Song from luhya land". Here is a Facebook link with full evidence of what Boni Khalwale said.
The Senator for Kakamega County Bonnie Khalwale has reminded CS Fred Matiangi that power is transient and temporary. According to Khalwale, Matiangi used police force at some point against him and it's a matter that makes him regret to date. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/KBonimtetezi/status/1574710170491523078?s=20&t=9xE36wPujMVJg612GOz68Q
Sen. Boni Khalwale of Kakamega, who reacted to President Ruto's meeting with cabinet secretaries, had a lot of Kenyans discussing online. He is one of Kenya Kwanza Alliance's strong allies who actively supported Ruto in the Western region. Khalwale claimed on Twitter that Matiangi had been treated unfairly under the previous administration and that he should not be given another chance.
The current Senator for Kakamega County Hon Bonny Khalwale has indicated that he is on a mission to quash the competency-based curriculum (CBC) few days after the country's top in command honourable William Samoei Ruto stated that he will form a committee to help review the curriculum implementation.
Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has strongly disagreed with Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua after the latter called for the return of the Shamba System. Taking to his social media accounts on Sunday, the vocal Kakamega senator issued a veiled response to DP Gachagua who had said the Kenya Kwanza government intends to issue an order allowing farmers to start farming in forests.
Kenyans have reacted after Kakamega senator Bonny Khalwale posted this about the Shamba systems proposed by deputy president Rigathi Gachagua," This comes a day after the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua proposed the reintroduction of the Shamba system. Through his official official Facebook page he posted "Am the Senator of Kakamega, home to Kakamega Forest, the only REMAINING, indigenous tropical rain forest out side the Congo of DRC & the Amazon of Brazil.
The newly elected Senator Kakamega county, Dr Boni Khalwale, express his strange feelings over the CBC learning system which was recently introduced to all learners within the Republic of Kenya by the Jubilee government. Senator Khalwale stated that the CBC which is already in this nation was meant to deny the children of the poor residents to access education so as to suppress their great expectations in future. " I will fight the CBC learning system that runs the risk of denying the children of the poor Kenyans
Kakamega Senator Dr Boni Khalwale yesterday conducted a poll on his twitter account. This poll was all about the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) being abolished or implemented. Today he has revealed the results of the polls. According to the results, 21,000 people participated in this and on the look of things, it seems a good number of people want the Competence Based Curriculum to be implemented.
Rigathi Gachagua's views on allowing people to farm in forested areas continue to elicit conflicting responses. During the burial of Nandi deputy governor on Saturday, the DP promised the people that they would implement a plan to use Kenyan forests to improve food production. "In the forest, we had the Shamba System, where citizens were assigned land to plant maize while ploughing the trees."
Today, Kenya Kwanza and Azimio camps have unveiled a list of names for the two houses officials. The two camps have named their majority leaders and the minority leaders both in the national and senate assemblies. Today, president William Ruto who belongs to Kenya Kwanza Alliance that won the August polls, has appointed Kakamega senator Dr Boni Khalwale to be the Senate majority chief whip.
Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale and Governor Fernandes Barasa during the latter's swearing-in on Thursday ( Photo Courtesy). Senator Boni Khalwale was conspicuously present during the swearing-in of Kakamega Governor Fernandes Barasa on Thursday at Bukhungu stadium. Barasa was elected as the second Kakamega Governor during the delayed election held on August 25.
Senator Boni Khalwale has sent out a message to outgoing Cabinet secretary for Interior Fred Okong'o Matiang'i.The sentiments come after president William Samoei Ruto today held his first cabinet meeting with all ministers who served in the last regime of former president Uhuru Kenyatta. The Kakamega senator could no longer hold his emotions as he wrote a message intended for Matiang'i.He told him to remember the many times he was teargassed in the streets for supporting the candidature of president William Ruto in the past election.Boni Khalwale took a swipe at the former interior minister and claimed he jad excessive pride and thought he would be in power for eternity.
Photo: Courtesy A number of leaders have been commenting on the declaration made by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua that Kenyans will be allowed to do farming in forests. The practice which is referred to as Shamba system allows farmers to practice their farming in forests to increase farmlands.
The late Mama Adelaide Shikanga Khalwale and her son Tigana Khalwale at their Malinya home in Ikolomani, Kakamega County [Photo courtesy: Tigana Khalwale/Facebook] Close to three years after the unfortunate demise of Mama Adelaide Shikanga Khalwale who was first wife of the former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale, her "replacement" on this earth or so to say has finally entered this world and the bullfighting fanatic is over the moon about it.