The political battle of words between the government supporters and those against it have continued taking a bad route especially at the current times when Laikipia is going through ethnic wars as bandits fight for land. People have been displaced from where they call home and some have even lost their lives.
Former NASA Coalition strategist, David Ndii has thrown a bombshell against the former Prime Minister, attacking him against sentiment he made that he would jail all politicians who engaged into corruption and stole public money.Former NASA strategist David Ndii. PHOTO: NMG David Ndii was Speaking in his Twitter account, where he was responding to a tweet from one Kenyan who said that Raila is the only politician who explains how he will tackle his government.
2022 presidential contest is highly gaining momentum.The two most fiercest contenders seem to be Deputy President William Ruto and ODM party leader and former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga.Despite other leaders also salivating for the same seat,the two lead the pack as far as presidential tussle is concerned.
Orange Democratic Movement party's membership and popularity could shoot up after presidential hopeful Jimmy Wanjigi announced his major plans for the party in the Mt. Kenya region and Nairobi county. Billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi who is eying the ODM's ticket to vie for the Presidency in 2022, has announced that he will launch party membership registration drive in the region that has over the years been perceived as inaccessible for former prime minister Raila Odinga.
After officially exiting NASA Coalition, former vice president Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka is swiftly making various moves to strengthen Wiper Party and inspire hope within the party members and supporters across the country. While speaking in Mombasa county where he met thousands of Wiper delegates, Kalonzo rallied members to work in unity and stay put ahead of the 2022 campaigns.
2022 general election debate in Kenya is continuing to take new shape.Various political players are in haste to identify their best political vessels that would see them through to leadership helm come 2022. As the political terrain continue to be abuzz with hightened political activities,the Registrar of Political Parties has made a new revelation in Kenyan political scene.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga who is also an ODM party leader seems to be loosing support from his strongholds with only one year remaining before general election. This began after division in NASA Coalition and his agreement to work with president Uhuru Kenyatta without informing his former allies including Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka.
Though yesterday's statehouse meeting between the president and members of the former NASA coalition was short in details, it has emerged that the need for unity of purpose was at the epicenter of the discussion. Seemingly, the president is determined to push for a united front that would face off his deputy in the next year's presidential contest.
Mutahi Ngunyi the man behind 2017 election's tyranny of numbers is back in the political scenes again. Mr. Ngunyi in 2017 came with an artical that he labeled as the tyranny of number in which he said that the Jubilee Alliance of Uhuru Kenyatta would win the 2017 presidential election in the first round with a substantial majority over the NASA Coalition of Raila Odinga.
(David Ndii and Raila Odinga photo source:courtesy ) Political Analysts and former NASA Coalition strategist David Ndii has challenged former prime minister Raila Odinga to explain what happened to the public enquiry of the Eurobond heist. Ndii alleged that together with Raila they had been pursuing the case but he went mute on him after he received a hand cheque.
Yesterday was another day critical day the Kenyan Government as the President Uhuru Kenyatta held a secret meeting with major Politicians from One Kenya Alliance (OKA)and ODM Party Leader Raila Amolo Odinga. From the meeting the President is seen trying to mediate their union as 2020 general election approaches.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday held a meeting with all the NASA Coalition members and discussed of strengthening their coalition before the general elections. They also talked of the economic situation of the country among other things. President Kenyatta has spent over a week in Mombasa meeting delegates from the region, on Sunday he held a meeting with former prime minister Raila Odinga and discussed about the succession plan.
The Kiminini legislature on Ford Kenya party ticket Dr Chris Wamalwa while hosted on Citizen Tv earlier this morning has exposed that NASA died long time ago because of continued mistrust and that the official burial will take place tomorrow. He noted that for any coalition to be formed, equal partners come together, conduct thorough scrutiny and consultations before deciding on who should be the most preferred Presidential candidate.
(Photo File/Elections Process) With merely 12 months to 2022 General Elections, a number of speculations have been emerging of whether 2022 polls might be postponed or not. Rumours has it that Jubilee Government headed by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his close allies including David Murathe, Raphael Tuju and their BBI cohorts (ODM) might be planning to corrupt the General Elections slated for August 9,2022 with personal motives.
The NASA Coalition has finally dissolved after the Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu confirmed the reports. This happened after the Chama Cha Mashinani, Ford Kenya, Wiper Part and ANC wrote to her office announcing their withdrawal from the coalition. According to their coalition agreement, the withdrawal of any three parties from the coalition would result in its dissolution.
Once vibrant NASA coalition has been left a shell in a span of one week with all member parties quitting in a huff quoting mistrust among it's partners. Ironically they all want to coalesce around One Kenya Alliance under new terms and conditions. Probably you have heard of the black death insect that nobody wants to come across commonly known as Bubonic plague.
Former NASA Coalition Strategist David Ndii has broken his silence after the BBI Report Appeal. The world_class Economist has taken a joke at his old Political ally the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. The Economist was among the people who had filed a petition at the High Court challenging the Constitutionality of the whole BBI process and how it was initiated.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga in one of his national campaigns promised a political tsunami warning his competitors that he will sweep all votes in the republic. According to Raila, his political legacy is well defined in Kenya and does not need to remind Kenyans on what he is capable of doing.
Today ANC WIPER and FORD-KENYA Party leaders met at Hermosa Garden to sign a formal resignation letter from National Super Alliance NASA. Initially the leaders were reluctant to make the move thinking they would reconcile with ODM which they accused of mistrust especially in allocation of money. Kalonzo Mudavadi Wetangula and Gedion Moi are ready to work together in Okoa Kenya Alliance.Their main ambition is to come up with a presidential candidate who will outdo William Ruto who is favourite to win the 2022 Election.
Three principals of NASA Coalition have resolved to dissolve ANC ,FORD Kenya and WIPER.The wiper leader Hon stephen Kalonzo Musyoka said that the coalition of One Kenya Alliance are ready to take leadership comes August 2022.Musyoka said that they don't have envy in their body and they believe that Kenyans will support them.