2022 political season is officially on and Kirinyaga has not been left behind as the county is likely again to produce another female governor come 2022. Although Anne Waiguru is seen as the top contender, Women representative Purity Ngirici has also shown signs of vying for the top seat in the county.
Few days ago, Amani national coalition (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi left many kenyans talking after his high profile event with influential businessmen and audience from Mt Kenya region when he started oozing praises for a popular politician. Mudavadi was praising NARC Kenya party leader and former justice and Constitutional affairs cabinet minister Martha Karua indicating that the Mt Kenya region is lucky to have a leader like her.
Former Gichugu constituency member of parliament Hon. Martha Karua, the party leader for NARC Kenya is the most popular candidate for the running mate position from the larger Mount Kenya region. This is according to the latest opinion poll conducted by Radio Africa group. The former Powerful minister in Kibaki era emerged victorious at 10.6 percent, she was closely followed by former agriculture cabinet secretary Hon.
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has elicited massive mixed reactions on social media after making an allegations on ambitious voter registration targets they were planning to achieve in the coming days in Mt Kenya region. This follows after Kuria, who is in hospital, alleged he, together with other leaders from the region among them NARC-Kenya leader Martha Karua and former devolution Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri were planning to register 3 million more voters, in a bid to top up 7 million who were already on Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) register.
As the country prepares to hold general elections next year on 9th August, the most heated race is that of the president as Uhuru Kenyatta gears up to exit office come 2022. The race to succed him will be so tough and key aspirants are Political darling Raila Odinga, deputy president William Ruto, OKA principals among many other leaders.
Ruto Or Raila? Hon Karua Names The One With A High Possibility Of Controlling The Mount Kenya Region
Over time, the NARC-Kenya party leader hon Martha Karua have been leaning towards president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake brother hon Raila Odinga. It all started after it became very clear that president Uhuru Kenyatta may not support his deputy Dr William Ruto. Though she was leaning towards uhuraila's team, Karua always maintains that she will vie for presidency come 2022.
Currently in the country, Raila Odinga and William Ruto have been engaging in a battle for supremacy ahead of 2022 general election. They have been campaigning seriously around the nation while doing everything possible to attract more popular allies to their camp. One of the most sought after leader is Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua.
2022 is around the corner and we need to be ready for it. Deputy President William Ruto is one of the most foremost presidential contenders ahead of the 2022 Elections. William Ruto is still leading as the preferred presidential candidate of choice in the Mt Kenya region. According to the recently released polls by Mizani Africa, a statement made public on Monday, Ruto came first in the popularity polls with a percentage of 58.2.
Fresh details now point at a divided camp with regards to Mt Kenya bigwigs' decision on who to pick as the next possible Deputy President of Kenya. Already, leaders and tycoons from the populous region, have settled for the DP post, as it doesn't have a serious presidential candidate for 2022.
National rainbow Coalition (NARC) Kenya party leader Martha Karua has been in the limelight over the last couple of weeks following her recent political moves with several Mt Kenya region leaders who have been championing for the region's unity. And now, the NARC Kenya party leader has taken to social media to make two crucial announcements at the same time.
Kenyans React As Iron Lady Martha Karua Responds To Calls By Ruto For Them To Dissolve Their Parties
Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions following retaliation by NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua about calls for them to fold their political parties. This comes days after Martha Karua was made the spokesperson of the Mount Kenya region after a meeting in Naivasha that was held by the likes of Mwangi Kiunjuri, Moses Kuria and Willam Kabogo
Martha Karua courtesy Ksnt.com The National Rainbow Coalition NARC Kenya leader Martha Karua has finally broken silence after the Pandora Papers expose. The expose saw president Uhuru Kenyatta's family listed as among top families having offshore accounts. The reports saw president Uhuru Kenyatta's family being put on the receiving end with a majority of Kenyans led by deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto allies questioning the source of the huge finances being stashed away from the country.
As days to the 2022 general elections keep closing in, heavyweight politicians are doing their best to make something out of the remaining time before August 2022.Recently, the NARC-Kenya leader Martha Karua was appointment to be Mount Kenya's convenor and interim spokesperson by Central Kenya leaders.Moreover, it has been established that honorable Martha Karua has gone vote hunting in Musalia Mudavadi's political bedroom and at the same time witness the endorsement of Mukhisa Kituyi's presidential bid at his home, Tongaren.The endorsement of Mukhisa Kituyi by Western elders might challenge Musalia Mudavadi's political muscle in the Mulembe Nation.
Ndaragwa Member of Parliament has stated that Mt Kenya as a region and community now considers their interests as their priority in the coming general elections slated for August 9th 2022. The Kieleweke legislator who is a staunch supporter of President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Jubilee administration claims they will not engage in discussing positions before the regional interests are discussed.
President Uhuru Kenyatta The Mount Kenya region is headed to next year's general election without a formidable presidential candidate. Efforts to unite the region have been underway even as foremost presidential contenders continue making inroads. The unity talks are spearheaded by NARC Kenya leader Martha Karua, the Service party leader mwangi Kiunjuri and chama Cha Kazi's Moses kuria.
Photo: Courtesy Renown City Advocate Ahmednasir Abdullahi broke his silence on the heavy taxes imposed on Kenyans by the reigning administration. He talked on the matter a couple of days after the price of petroleum among other fuel rose with respect to Uhuruto's directive. The experienced advocate alluded that Kenyans should brace for tough moments ahead of the 2022 electioneering period thanks to the conjunction and collusion between the reigning coalition and the former Opposition Chief.
As the 2022 General Election continues to gain momentum, political leaders are busy realigning their camps and political parties to increase their political bases. Several leaders have expressed their interest to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when he finishes his term next year in August. And now, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has revealed what Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga should do if he wants to win the much-awaited 2022 General Election.
The poster photo which has been roaming online pages showing that the Deputy President and United Democratic Alliance(UDA) party boss William Ruto has chosen his presidential running mate in the upcoming general elections Is declared false. The poster had the NARC-Kenya party leader Martha Karua and the DP Ruto with a logo of the UDA party.
NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua has today issued out a stern warning to leaders for not be so much keen on their parties. According to reports, NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua has urged all leaders to be very careful with the decision they make over their parties by considering the outcomes.
The well known politician from mount Kenya who is Kenya party leader . This has rise alot of questions among kenyans.Martha Karua her view is, William Ruto is surrounded by many issues, some of which revolves around chapter six of the Kenyan constitution. The Martha karua also reiterated her earlier sentiments that the second in command is the least qualified compared to all the other presidential aspirants.