We'll be talking about the highly credentialed pastors in Kenya in this piece. The following are just a few of the anointed pastors who also happen to have impressive academic credentials. Pastor Natasha Lucy She received her elementary schooling at an Umoja estate school in Nairobi before continuing her study in South Africa.
Former Mathare MP Steven Kariuki is said to have led a team of goons to demolish houses belonging to residents over a land dispute involving the Bishop. The locals who had their property destroyed in the melee informed police officers who arrived at the scene and arrested Steven Kariuki and a few of the goons comprising of young men.
The Kenyan pastors with good academic degrees will be covered in this article. Here are a few pastors who, despite being called to ministry, have strong academic records. Pastor Lucy Natasha. Before moving to South Africa to continue her studies, she attended a primary school in Nairobi's Umoja Estate for her elementary schooling.
In few days remaining to election poll set to be conducted on August 9, details have Emerged on the possible candidates who stand at high chance of winning in next week's election. This comes as political Aspirants work on preparedness to face off the forthcoming general election.
United Democratic Alliance party politician Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, who just lost to the Orange Democratic Movement party candidate Edwin Sifuna in the Nairobi senatorial race, has conceded defeat and congratulated him together with other elected leaders. Taking to her social media pages, Wanjiru, a former member of Parliament of Starehe constituency noted that the residents of Nairobi have already expressed their rights and this has to be respected.
Margaret Wanjiru Breaks Silence Reveals There are People She Will Not Vote for in UDA Ahead of Polls
One week is remaining before the general elections are held. The independent electoral and boundaries commission of Kenya is on the forefront of ensuring that it holds free and fair elections. Today, Bishop Margaret Wanjiru who is eyeing Nairobi senatorial bid on United Democratic Alliance has said that she will not vote for UDA candidates who have questionable characters and zero service delivery track record.
Kenyans participated in the general elections on Tuesday, August 9 this year. Kenyans chose their leaders who will lead them in the next five years starting from the President, Governors, Senators Members of Parliament, Women Representatives, and Members of County Assemblies. Results started streaming on the following day in various constituencies and counties.
Kenyan bishop Margaret Wanjiru has called upon kenyans to make sure they keep calm Amid the ongoing Presidential Vote Counting Process that is currently taking place in different parts of the country. Photo :Courtesy According to the reports given by the renowned Bishop , she claimed that she was okay with the fact that renowned Orange Democratic Movement party member Edwin Sifuna had defeated her in the race of becoming Nairobi Senator.
"In My Campaign I Never Mentioned Any Of My Opponents" Edwin Sifuna Speaks After Winning Senator Race
Edwin Sifuna who is the secretary general of Orange Democratic Movement part of Former prime minister Raila Odinga has been announced has the next Nairobi Senator.photo courtesy Edwin Sifuna beat Bishop Margaret Wanjiru of United Democratic Alliance party of Deputy president William Samoei Ruto who was his close competitor in the race.
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru has said that there are UDA Politicians She Can't vote for despite them sharing the same political affiliation and them being under one political roof(UDA party).She said that the Kenyan voters had , however adopted the 'six piece ' voting trend where they elect people of their own political party.
Ruto's hopes of winning the Nairobi Senatorial seat have been squashed following the big win by Sifuna in the the race. The news having been received by jubilation from a section of Kenyans who are pro Azimio and who are eagerly waiting the results for the gubernatorial seat.
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) member Simon Mbugua, is among the many politicians indignant about the conduction of the concluded general elections in his delineate of interest. The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) nominee for the Starehe member of parliament seat has today come out to reveal part of the plans within the UDA and the rulling Jubilee party that was responsible for the unfair conduction of the election process and further denial of his earned win.
Latest Opinion Poll Results by Mizani Africa is Alleging that Hon. Edwin Sifuna is the most popular Senatorial Candidate in Nairobi County ahead of the August 9 general elections. According to the Mizani Africa latest Opinion Poll Results the ODM Senatorial Candidate Hon Edwin Sifuna is commanding the highest Popularity ranking with 52.9% while Bishop Margaret Wanjiru comes second with 34.5% going into the August 9 general elections.
The farewell parade ceremony is happening in Lang'ata at Ulinzi sports complex . This is going to give room to the new president William Samoei Ruto who will be sworn in on 13th September year 2022. The armed forces are giving president uhuru his last respect in his presidency as he is going to his retirement.
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru has today raised doubts on who she would support come the 9th of August after she declared publicly she would not vote for some Kenya Kwanza aspirants on Spice FM. Bishop Margaret appeared not to be in good terms with Nairobi's gubernatorial candidate (Sakaja) since they attacked each other during a campaign rally.Bishop Wanjiru was afterwards convinced to step down for Sakaja so that Kenya Kwanza can have one candidate to compete with Polycarp Igathe of Azimio La Umoja coalition.
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, a candidate for senator in Nairobi, has called for the replacement of the Starehe constituency Returning Officer because of delays in the tallying of ballots. Wanjiru, who is running for president on a UDA ticket, has claimed that the RO is attempting to postpone the announcement of the presidential vote.
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, a senatorial candidate from Nairobi, has claimed that not every member of her party, the UDA, is deserving of her vote. Wanjiru believes that regardless of one's political membership, one should base their vote on a person's character and record of accomplishments.
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru the senatorial candidate for the United Democratic Alliance party (UDA) for Nairobi County has emerged details that has caused mixed reactions of not voting for some people in her UDA party. Margaret Wanjiru during a morning interview in one of the local radio station that is Spice FM on the Situation Room Show today 1st August, 2022 said she is a committed Christian who cannot tolerate practices of integrity saying that,
It is now one week towards General Election as politicians are winding up their campaigns by convincing people to vote their Political Parties. However, United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Nairobi Senatorial candidate Margaret Wanjiru has come clear that there are people in her party whom she will not vote for.
Bishop Wanjiru has been calling on city citizens to adopt the bottom-up economic model as part of his campaign to reform the city with an emphasis on service delivery. After declaring she won't vote for some members of her own UDA party, the Nairobi County senatorial candidate for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) has sparked conflicting emotions.