The ODM leader Raila Odinga and his Azimio team took its campaign in Kwale, Msambweni in a bid to strengthen their position ahead of 2022 polls and also sell the agenda of the Azimio coalition. Raila Odinga has been campaigning in various parts of the country to ensure that he sells the agenda of the Azimio coalition and also to strengthen his position ahead of the 2022 polls.
The ODM leader and his Azimio brigade hit the ground in Kwale, Msambweni today where he cajoled the area residents to support his presidential bid in the upcoming 9th August 2022 general elections. He revealed the Azimio game plan as the nation dives into a period of high octane politics.
"Hatutaki Aibu Tena Apa" Raila Tells His Camp in Kwale Over What Awaits Them if They Don't Work Hard
The defeat of the ODM party in Msambweni Constituency by-elections in December 2020 is still fresh in Raila Odinga's mind, and he used it to on Friday May 13 to send a warning to his allies in Kwale County ahead of the August polls. Raila who was addressing the leaders and other aspirants in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance said that it would be a bad show for what happened in Msambweni to be repeated in the August polls when they ave time to hit the ground and ensure that the parties under the Azimio Camp are get more support.
IN SUMMARY. - Amason Kingi has been delt a huge blow days after joining Kenya Kwanza. - Msambweni Mp Aisha Jumwa say his Bad record will affect the Kenya Kwanza popularity in the region. The Msambweni Mp Aisha Jumwa has declared that she is opposed to the deputy President William Ruto's appointment of governor Amason Kingi as one of the Kenya Kwanza Coordinators in Kilifi County.
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The ODM pioneer and his Azimio detachment hit the ground in Kwale, Msambweni today where he persuaded the region inhabitants to help his official bid in the impending ninth August 2022 general races. He uncovered the Azimio blueprint as the country jumps into a time of super charged governmental issues.
A political showdown is looming in the Msambweni Constituency Parliamentary seat as we edge closer to the polls scheduled for August 9th 2022. The race is still going to be a tight one just like it was during the by-elections that took place on 15th December 2020. The seat fell vacant when area Member of Parliament Hon Suleiman Dori died.
Deputy President William Ruto has finally responded to his competitors who have been accusing him of reporting the country to international community of rigging claims in the forthcoming presidential poll. Photo courtesy Ruto was responding to his critics as he engaged the Kenyan Diaspora in the UK during his three-day stay.
Here is the Candidate Who Clinched the ODM Ticket in The Nominations for the Msambweni parliamentary Seat
Raila Odinga’s Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party has announced the results and winner of the party nomination exercise it conducted on Monday 4th April in Msambweni Constituency, Kwale County.The party has named and unveiled Mr Hassan Mwakulonda as the aspirant who clinched the ODM ticket in the nomination exercise it concluded yesterday despite chaos erupting at the main tallying centre in Msambweni.
While addressing Msambweni residents, Deputy President William Ruto declared that because he is a government insider, the August 9 General Elections cannot be rigged against him. He claims that his position as second in command puts him in a unique position where he can notice vote-rigging attempts.
Looking uncharacteristically tired Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto addressed Wanainchi at the Sawa Sawa Grounds in Msambweni on Monday. As usual, the DP spoke about the bottom-up economic model but without the enthusiasm and verve of earlier days. Instead, he addressed himself to President Uhuru Kenyatta pleading that even if he did not want to support his [Ruto's] bid for the presidency he should stop maligning him.
Deputy President William Ruto told Msambweni locals that the August 9 General Elections could not be rigged against him since he is a government insider. He believes that as second in command, he is in a unique position to spot vote rigging schemes. The DP voiced confidence in a victory in the next elections after victories in Msambweni, Juja, and Kiambaa constituencies.
It is now Less than six months to election day which will be held on ninth of August 2022 as announced by the IEBC chairman Wafula chebukati. There has been a series of campaign rallies held by political contenders. Today, the Kenya kwanza team held their campaign in Msambweni led by the deputy president William Ruto who is the presidential candidate for Kenya kwanza Alliance.
Ghosts of the December 15, 2020 defeat in the Msambweni by-election appear to be still haunting the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) at the Coast, barely nine months to the 2022 elections. In his three-day tour of the Coast, ODM leader Raila Odinga repeatedly made reference to the defeat as he implored party aspirants to stick with him even if they lose in the nomination.
The deputy President William Ruto has reminded Uhuru Kenyatta of previous by-elections defeats in Kiambaa, Juja as well in Msambweni constituency. Ruto is clear he will still win the August 9th polls and the president will do nothing as what he is doing today is only issuing empty threats.
Msambweni Constituency in Kwale County, where they were greeted by a huge number of citizens who assured them of their support, was visited today by Deputy President William Ruto and a section of his Kenya Kwanza team, who are now in the coastal region. Following their election victory, they promised to implement their bottom-up economic plan, claiming that it will significantly improve citizens' quality of life if they are elected to office.
Elections are around the corner, and every politician is giving their best to win, and Ruto is no exception. He is facing heavy competition from his opponent Raila Amolo Odinga. The race is tight, and he has strategies to win him the top seat. DP Ruto's campaigns began two years ago and started by visiting the grassroots areas where he spent time with Kenyans and won the love of the places he visited.
Raila Odinga has been in the spotlight again after dismissing the UDA party's victory in a by-election in Msambweni last year. Feisal Bader, an independent candidate supported by Dp Ruto, defeated Boga of the ODM. Msambweni is a stronghold of Raila Odinga, and the victory gave Ruto a strong foothold on the ground.
Earlier on today, Students sitting for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams officially started following a morning session of exam officers with the Cabinet Secretary of Internal Affairs Fred Matiang'i. With over 1,225,693 candidates expected to sit for the exams (a 2.86 per cent increase from last year's KCPE candidate population), it was revealed that these exams would take place across 28,248 exam centres and monitored by 242,406 teachers selected by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
Deputy President William Ruto has finally answered his rivals who have accused him of informing the foreign community about allegations of vote manipulation in the next presidential election. Ruto's was reacting to his criticisms during his three-day visit to the United Kingdom when he interacted with the Kenyan Diaspora.
ODM Party leader Raila Odinga known as the political enigma will be running for presidency next year. Due to his Narratives and parables he will not seize to amaze Kenyans. He has elicited reactions After He dismisses the defeat in Msambweni by-elections He claimed that by the time elections were held in Msambweni there was quarreling in the ODM party, saying that it was the main cause of the defeat.