President Uhuru Kenyatta.[Source/State House Kenya] A vocal legislator from Mt Kenya has responded to accusations that MPs allied to Deputy President William Ruto's Tanga Tanga camp have been disrespecting President Uhuru Kenyatta.A few months ago, Uhuru invited influential leaders from his backyard for a convention at Sagana State Lodge and asked them to support him as the region plans how it will fit in the next government.
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) have been conducting interviews for the past few days in a bid to find Kenya's next President of the Judiciary after Former CJ David Maraga retired.(Photo, Courtesy) Various candidates have been interviewed by the commission to see if they fit into the seat formally occupied by Justice David Maraga and Kenyans eagerly await the outcome.
Chaos has erupted among Mount kenya leaders who are now divided after their plans of have negotiations with the deputy president William Ruto took another turn.A section of politicians from the central region have claimed that the Saturday meeting planned by Mathira Member of Parliament Gachagua Ragitha, One of Ruto's Supporters is now said to have held the meeting only for individual profit.￼ However, Ngunjuri Wambugu the Nyeri Town Mp has today revealed that the leaders present in Ragitha's meeting were not from the mount kenya Region but Rather people who were already rooted in Ruto's Camp.
Mount Kenya region leaders have this morning announced that they didn't attend the said negotiation meeting with Deputy President William Ruto, in what has been perceived as another twist.As quoted by the star, the leaders led by Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Hon Kimani Wambugu have now revealed that those who maybe attended the meeting weren't sent by the Kikuyu elders, and theirs was only meant to achieve self political gains.
Divisions have now started forming after a section of Members of Parliament from the Mount Kenya region met the Deputy President William Ruto to negotiate the future of Central Region if he becomes the next president of the Republic of Kenya.The meeting is said to have involved a number of leaders from Mt Kenya as well as as Rift Valley regions.
There are no ongoing negotiations between Deputy President William Ruto and the Mt Kenya community with regards to the approaching 2022 polls, Kieni Member of Parliament Kanini Kega has said.This, however, comes amid ongoing talks between some leaders from the region and Ruto, with the leaders saying that they are pushing for the inclusion of the region in the next government.
Kikuyu constituency Member of Parliament Kimani Ichung'wa has finally spoken of a meeting that put him in trouble with the 'Power That be'.According to him, he met officials of the International Monetary Fund and that was the beginning of his troubles in the Jubilee government.By then, he was the chairperson of the powerful Parliamentary Budget and Appropriations Committee that would later be taken over by Kieni constituency member of parliament Honourable Kanini Kega.
Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu has dismissed a meeting called on Sunday by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua as not representative of the Mount Kenya region.Ngunjiri Wambugu.The meeting which brought together 48 Members of Parliament from the region was set up ostensibly to negotiate with Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto on the future of the region.
Division Hit Mt Kenya Politics Ahead of 2022 as Ngunjiri, Kanini Kega Put Records Straight to the DP
As president Uhuru Kenyatta is heading out through a retirement, Mt Kenya has been allegged not to have a stronger candidate to be endorsed for the country top job as the head of State successor.This has left them with choises to support an outside candidate, with deputy President William Ruto and Raila Odinga's names appearing to scramble for the support of the vote rich Region, with some eagerly waiting for president Uhuru's word on who to support.
Mount Kenya leader's plan to negotiate with Deputy President William Ruto concerning the future of the region's politics have created divisions from his allies and those MPs affiliated to President Uhuru Kenyatta's camp.A report by the Standard affirms, the Uhuru allied MPs did not support the idea claiming that it was too obvious the leaders have planned to ditch the Tangatanga political wing.
Constitutional Amendment Bill (2020) commonly known as Building Bridges Intiative is facing a new hurdles after it emerged that the two Justice and Legal Affairs Committee of Senate and National Assembly seem to have failed to agree on the way forward regarding the Bill and whether it should be reopened or not.
Photo: Nyeri Town Ngunjiri Wambugu.A section of Mt.Kenya region leaders have strongly distanced themselves with the supposed Region leaders negotiations with Deputy President William Ruto.According to them, the meeting held last weekend at Mathira's MP Rigathi Gachagua home in Nairobi was for personal gain and not for the gains of the entire region.
Cabinet Secretary of National Treasury and Planning, Ukur Yatani, waves before proceeding to Parliament Buildings to present the FY 2020/2021 Budget Statement.Photo/Courtesy [File] After so much public uproar over Kenya's decision to take a huge loan from the International Monetary Fund, the Kenyan MPs have listed to their cries.
Kieni member of parliament hon Kanini Kega took socal media with a storm when he revealed what his son got in the just released Kenya certificate of primary Examination.Kanini's son Imani Mathenge who schooled at Juja preparatory academy scored 408 marks out of five hundred.It was a happy day for the Legislator as netizens showered him with congratulatory messages hailing his son for scoring such high marks.
The ministry of education on Thursday released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education results for the 2020 candidates who sat for their exams last month following the disruption of the academic calendar last year by the pandemic.The ministry of education reports that about 1.2 million pupils did their KCPE exams this year.
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According to Dennis Itumbi social media post, two members of parliaments allied to Kieleweke faction from Jubilee party have now formed a rebellion against national assembly majority leader Amos Kimunya.Naming Nyeri town MP Wambugu Ngunjiri and Laikipia Women Rep Cate Waruguru."Nyeri Town MP Wambugu Ngunjiri and Laikipia Women Rep Cate Waruguru want Amos Kimunya shoen the door as Majority Leader.
Opinion: Dry Taps Will Be History In Kieni As Mp Kanini Prioritizes On Provision Of Clean and Reliable Water
Provision of clean and reliable water remains one of my key priorities in Kieni.We have embarked on drilling boreholes in institutions that will not only supply water to them but also the neighbourhood.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Kieni Constituency Member of Parliament Kanini Kega has been on the frontline enlightening Kenyans about the Building Bridges Intiative Report and it's economic impacts.Picture for illustrative purpose.