It is now barely 35 days to the general elections. The presidential race becoming tighter day by day. Truly, it's a two horse race. However, Gorge Wajackoya's recent influence in retrieving some votes from both William Ruto and Raila Odinga. Most youth now are determined that Wajackoya is the right man for the top job, this is attributed to his Manifesto.
The race for the presidential seat is becoming competitive each day as the election date draws closer. The top political factions, that is, Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance, Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Roots party have been campaigning across the country popularizing their bids and explaning their manifesto.
All is set in Kasarani stadium for Deputy Presidrnt William Ruto's manifesto launch today. From the photos shared from the venue, Kasarani stadium which will host Kenya Kwanza btigade this evening starting fro 6pm has already been painted with UDA's yellow colours. Photos of DP Ruto's campaign posters have already been mounted on the sites of the stadium as the country awaits KKA manifesto.
Photo Courtesy Senior Council Ahmednassir Abdulahi has sent a worrying message towards Azimio La Umoja side presidential candidate Raila Odinga with some 36 days to the election. In his statement, Ahmednassir has argued that the Manifesto that was launched by Deputy President William Ruto on Thursday has now put the presidential race out of reach for Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga.
On June 30, 2022, in Kasarani, deputy President William Ruto finally led the founders of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance to announce their manifesto. This event coincided with that of the leader of the Roots party, George Wajackoyah. As expected, its supporters hailed the manifesto as a game-changer, while the opposition continued to punch holes in it.
The 2022 political race is already at its peak as the political contenders from all corners of the country Kenya are seen running up and down campaigning hunting votes for their various elective political positions as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps and Governors ahead of the polls.
Kindiki speaks on Ruto being kicked out Gov't, accuses Uhuru & Raila on economic woes facing Kenyans
IN SUMMARY. - He says Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila are to blame for economic crisis facing Kenyans. - He says Ruto was kicked out Gov't and his role handed to other people. - His remarks come one day after Ruto launched his Manifesto. The Tharaka Nithi Senator Hon.
Professor Wajackoyah hit the headlines few weeks ago after declaring his presidential bid, furthermore, he launched some of the Manifesto that got the attention of many Kenyans including attracting criticism from religious groups. However, the Roots Party presidential candidate has come under fire from Bishop James Maria Wainaina of the Muranga Catholic Diocese, who claimed that Professor George Wajackoya is not fit to rule this country.
After Deputy President William Ruto ended his statement at the Manifesto Launch ceremony in Kasarani, Citizen TV cut the program short. A question-and-answer session followed Deputy President William Ruto's remarks. Rigathi Gachagua, DP Ruto's running companion, spoke afterward as well. After switching to Roots Party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah's manifesto launch on Citizen TV, DP Ruto's Manifesto Launch was not aired.
Soon after Deputy President William Ruto completed speaking at the Manifesto Launch ceremony in Kasarani, Citizen TV abruptly terminated coverage of the event. After William Ruto, the Vice President ended his address, the Q&A session began. Rigatoni Gachagua, DP Ruto's running companion, spoke thereafter.
Kenyans from different diversities took to the comment sections in different social media platforms to express their opinions towards the Kenya Kwanza's unveiled manifestos. With mixed reactions, some of the Netizens pointed out some of the few agendas that they wished Ruto's government should touch once they win the election.
The ROOTS PARTY Presidential Candidate George Wajackoyah has issues conditions for him to participate in this year presidential debate. He says that he will only attend if he is included in Raila and William Ruto's tier. He wants to challenge the two prime leaders in terms of Manifesto to Kenyans.
|Current Scenes At Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi Ahead Of Kenya Kwanza's Manifesto Launch/Photo Courtesy| The Deputy President Dr. William Ruto and his team are anytime from now expected to appear at Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi to launch the much awaited Kenya Kwanza's manifesto. The Ruto's big moment comes after culminating a series of economic forums across the county that were aimed at collecting and putting down all the needs the Kenyans wants Kenya Kwanza to give high priority in the event they get into power as from the next 39 days.
Deputy president William Ruto has finally responded back to his opponents on claims that his manifesto were too detailed to be called a manifesto as he alleges why Azimio's manifesto is not too detailed. According to William Ruto who was speaking at Marimanti, Tharka Nithi County, his manifesto is too detailed because he wrote it with Kenyans.
1. Existence of Roots party lead by Prof George Wajackoya. Roots party leader may divert votes that could have been for Raila. Most of his supporters ate from areas that used to support Raila.Most of kenyans are still undecided on who to vote for and may end up voting for roots party leader Prof George Wajackoya on 9th august.
The Kenya Kwanza Alliance launched its Manifesto on Thursday, 20 July in an auspicious event at the Kasarani National Stadium. The event was attended by the Kenya Kwanza principals, top ranking politicians and supporters of the political outfit. The Manifesto is as a result of months of consultations in the county economic forums where Kenya Kwanza engaged close to 95,000 Kenyans.
With less than seven weeks before the upcoming August 9th general election, the Kenya kwanza coalition party led by presidential flagbearer William Ruto will launch their manifesto on thursday 30th june at the Kasarani stadium in Nairobi. The Manifesto launch comes after a team of three which comprised of six governors, Mps and some Kenya kwanza affiliates steered up the campaigns across the country.
With only thirty-eight days to go to the next general election of Kenya, various political parties have shown their interest in the presidential race. Today we are going to talk about the Kenya Kwanza's Agenda which they unveiled yesterday. Here is what is inside the Kenya Kwanza's Agenda.
The country is still experiencing a high level of political tension despite the daily revelation of new details. There is a lot going on all throughout the country, and politicians are doing everything they can to save themselves in advance of the 2022 election. As we speak, the situation is becoming increasingly precarious as DP Ruto attempts to sow discord in Raila's camp in an effort to make them feel disheartened.
Deputy President William Ruto and his boss Uhuru Kenyatta have not been reading from the same script in Jubilee's second term. The two have not held back from verbally attacking each other in public functions and have even failed to shake hands in national celebrations. The rivalry between Ruto and his boss has been compounded this year because of the coming General Elections.