Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 presidential bid has received a major boost following a move made by an influential Jubilee party Chairman of the entire Narok County Joseph Ole Njore, today Monday 22nd November. Mr. Joseph who also adds up as the Chairman of a political group from Olopito, Narok North said that he has decided to throw his full weight behind DP Ruto's presidency.
Moi secondary school is the best performing school in Narok County.The school is located in Naikarra division,Narok North constituency.This secondary school is designated as a mixed public institution.It only provides the students with a boarding option of learning only. This prestigious school is categorized by the ministry of education as an extra county level School.The school enrolls about one thousand students every year.The admission is done by the government through the ministry of education.It is headed by the principal and managed by a board of governors and parents teacher association.
The country again has entered into another mourning session after the reports came that the widow of the late former minister has passed on. Former Cabinet Minister William Ole Ntimama's widow is dead, the family has confirmed, Pedelai Ntimama died on Saturday morning while receiving treatment in one of the health facilities in the country.
Raila odinga hosted Jubilee party defectors in Jogoo house Nairobi county. Leaders from five different regions joined the former prime minister after ditching Jubilee party. Elders from mandera, tharaka nithi, embu county and Narok county who were accompanied with elders in the official residence of the orange democratic movement party.
Amani National Congress ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi is among the high profile leaders who graced the burial of the late businessman Samuel Masikonde. When the ANC party leader arrived in Kisiriri area, he was received by among others the Narok county senator Ledama Ole Kina and Bahati constituency member of Parliament Honourable Kimani Ngunjiri.
Students sometimes become violent and uncontrollable. Police officers were involved in order to keep peace and order in the school. According to the Daily People newspaper, Olkurt mixed boarding school in Narok North sub county has been closed indefinitely after students went on rampage. Scores of residents including a senior police officer who had lead a security team to quell the unrest, were injured in the melee after the rowdy students pelted the law enforcement agents with stones.
The ODM leader Raila Odinga is set to make his fifth stab at the presidency having been unsuccessful in four previous occasions. In his bid to take over power from president Uhuru kenyatta who is finishing his second term next year, Raila banks on Support from various parts of the country.
A section of political leaders and elders from the Maasai community has come out to warn Deputy President William Ruto and his Tanga Tanga brigade to keep away from Narok and Kajiado politics as the approaching 2022 politics take over the country. The leaders who were addressing a press conference on Tuesday morning were also responding to DP Ruto's meeting with his allies from the Rift Valley region held on Monday in Kajiado county.
(Screenshot grab) The ODM party leader and former prime minister of the republic of Kenya, Raila Odinga has turned the late Dorcas Pedelei Ntimama, wife of former Narok North Member of Parliament, Heritage Cabinet Minister and Maa Spokesman's final farewell event into a laughing zone for some minutes as he stirs mourners with a little history of him with the late.
Leaders from the Maasai community have warned the Tangatanga members who are associated with deputy president Dr. William Ruto who are trying to penetrate to the region. The Member of Parliament for Narok North constituency Moit Alel Kenta, the leader of Maasai community (MCC) Kalena Nchoe and nominated MCA Christine Lemein declared openly yesterday when asked about the region being a stronghold of DP Ruto.
Our Kenyan national government is really trying very hard to give us the best. This is evident right from ensuring that there are enough Covid 19 jabs and all development being done nationwide. Don't forget what our lovely president did most recently of course by getting job opportunities for our nurses in the UK.
Leaders from the Maasai community have warned DP William Ruto's group of ‘Tangatanga’ politicians against trying to infiltrate Narok County saying the area is a handshake stronghold. Tangatanga is backing Deputy President William Ruto to run for president next year.The warning comes amid political tensions between the group and pro-non-aligned politicians between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, which continue to gain momentum.
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi has sunk the 'Hustler' narrative song bottom-up economy, saying it promotes poverty among Kenyans. He dismissed Deputy President William Ruto's economic model saying that it is not relevant to Kenya's problems. "How will the bottom-up model lower taxes so that prices of commodities come down and citizens have markets for farm produce?"
Narok North member of parliament, Hon. ole kenta, Richard Moitalel, says that ODM party has accepted the Friday's court ruling and decision made. The court of appeal termed the building bridges initiatives unlawful. Soipan Tuya, Narok woman representative acknowledges the court's decision saying the building bridges initiatives was against the 47 woman rule, and would have locked up many women from leadership.
The Wife to the late Narok North MP Hon Ole Ntimama has died while undergoing treatment at Nairobi Hospital. According her daughter Hon Lydia Naseu Ntimama who confirmed through a friend Jane Mugo, the former Maasai Kingpin and veteran politician's wife Dorcus Pedelai Ntimama has passed away today morning at Nairobi Hospital after long sickness.
Kangema member of Parliament muturi Kigano has recommended that Mbagathi road in Nairobi should be named after former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. According to the legislature the stability of the road can be credited to Raila. Narok North MP Moitalel Kente has backed up the proposal claiming that Raila is an iconic leader and deserves such recognition.
The Constitution of Kenya clearly states that the country should conduct the general elections after every five years to give citizens democratic rights of voting and contesting for political seats. Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga and deputy president Dr. William Ruto have been seen to be pointing fingers on each other on matters of corruption over the weekend.
Leaders drawn from the Maa community have disowned Deputy President William Ruto with his Tanga Tanga brigade. Led by Narok North MP, Moitalel Ole Kenta, the leaders made it clear that divisive politics have no place in Narok. The faulted the DP Ruto camp for resorting to divisive politics, sowing seeds of discord among various communities to gain an upper hand.
The MP of Kangema, Muturi suggested that Mbagathi Road in Nairobi to be named after the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Muturi made the suggestion while contributing to a petition filed at the house proposing the renaming of Karura forest after Nobel Laurelte Wangari Maathai. In his submission, Muturi claimed that Raila Odinga was responsible for the stability of Mbagathi roads since the former Prime Minister was the MP of lang'ata for more than a decade.
Mutuku Mwenga, the Narok North Deputy County Commissioner (DCC), has urged residents to share food and other basic commodities with the needy in the community. Mwenga stated that while many festivals, including the Madaraka Day fete, have not been celebrated as usual in recent years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, residents still have the opportunity to visit the less fortunate in society, particularly the elderly who fought for independence.