Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PSC, and Office of President Are Biggest Spenders 3 Months to Elections
The August General Elections have come and gone with the winner of the Presidential Polls being Deputy President William Ruto who won the sit on a United Democratic Alliance party ticket. However, sharp focus on the spending habits of the Office of the President and the Deputy President have come into sharp focus and scrutiny by the Controller of Budget who says the two spent a lot three months to the elections.
Deputy President William Ruto may have to wait longer to take the oath of office due to recent reports that the four IEBC commissioners who are at conflict want to propose their own ideas. Last could imply that the group has chosen to disagree with Chebukati, who this week also published a debunking of Raila's assertions that the IEBC committee erred in naming Ruto the victor of the recently held presidential election in Kenya.
Some State officers whose Positions are now likely to shaken up by William Samoei Arap within his first weeks after taking over from Uhuru Kenyatta is finally out. According to the Nation Newspaper, some position that William Ruto will be free to shake at will especially after taking over are those that are not protected by the Constitution, do not have a security of tenure, include the Interior and Defence CSs, just like all Cabinet secretaries, Principal Secretaries and Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) bos George Kinoti.
Fuel Shortages have hit the President William Samoei Arap Ruto's turf today with several regions in the vast Rift Valley Reportedly lacking the vital commodity. Reports made by Nation Newspaper reveal that several regions in Rift Valley are missing with vital product with motorists had to abandon their vehicles from the road as a result of the shortages, which had lasted two days with some witnesses claiming that some petrol Stations run out of fuel on Sunday night.
Due to current information that the four IEBC commissioners who are at odds want to present their own solutions today Deputy President William Ruto might have to wait longer to be sworn in. Last could mean that the group has decided to disagree with Chebukati who this week also issued a refutation in response to Raila claims that the IEBC committee made mistakes by declaring Ruto the winner of the just concluded presidential election in Kenya.
Source link:https://nation.africa/kenya/news/politics/ruto-to-meet-kenya-kwanza-leaders-ahead-of-naming-cabinet-3950280 Fresh details have emerged on what William Ruto will allegedly do today just a day after the former prime minister Raila Odinga returned to the country from his visit to Zanzibar. According to Nation Newspaper, William Ruto will hold a meeting with Kenya Kwanza Alliance and later on make announcements on his cabinet secretaries.
The Nation Newspaper analysis has finally Revealed that several sampled Forms 34A from several polling Stations have shown several numerical errors on several results transmission forms that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) used to determine the votes candidates got in the ended General Election. According to the Nation analysis, several forms 34A sampled from several counties indicated that there are votes that cannot be accounted for, and which could mean that the polls body’s final tally may be erroneous.
The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition led by President-elect Dr. William Ruto has been accused of plotting an evil deed against it, similar to what previous President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi did to his rivals to weaken them and maintain his position of power. In a report published by Nation Newspaper this afternoon, President-elect Dr. William Ruto has been charged with hatching a scheme to weaken his rivals, the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party, by pursuing the regional kingpins within Azimio in an effort to win them over and overthrow Azimio entirely so that he could continue to hold a superior position to them.
Kenyans have reacted to the claims which has been made by Deputy President and Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate Dr William Ruto camp, today that the Cabinet Secretary for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru, is currently setting up a hacking centre in Nairobi to hack the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) system on election day to rig the polls for Azimio flagbearer Raila Odinga.
Kasarani Stadium is already full to capacity with seats reportedly occupied ahead of the President-elect, William Samoei Arap Ruto's arrival. Pictures live from the stadium shows that Kenyans trooped into the Stadium so early with the Nation reporting that all the seats had been occupied by 7am.
Good News To Chebukati & Ruto After 4 IEBC Commissioners Instruct Lawyers To File Individual Response
According to recent sources, the four IEBC commissioners who disagree want to express their own opinions. As a result, deputy president William Ruto would have to wait longer to take the oath of office.The fact that the group chose to disagree with Chebukati, who this week also released a denial of Raila's assertions that the IEBC committee erred in naming Ruto the winner of the just-concluded presidential election in Kenya, would show that the group has made up its mind.As required by Kenyan law for anyone seeking an injunction in the case, the four commissioners, according to Nation Newspaper, have already asked their counsel to expedite the procedure and present the documentation in court by today's end.Furious, the four commissioners insist that the chairman always excluded them from the selection procedure that resulted in Ruto being appointed as the new chairman of the IEBC board, which is presently in disarray.
President elect Dr William Ruto speaking during his past political meeting. Photo courtesy. President elect Dr William Ruto has been accused of planning something bad against the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition under his leadership, which is similar to what former President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi used to do against his opponents in order to weeken them and continue being more powerful than them.
Kiharu Member of Parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro speaking to the members of the press conference. Photo courtesy. Kiharu Member of Parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro who is a staunch ally of Deputy President and Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate, has alleged two tactics which are being used by their competitors Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party, to frustrate Deputy President's presidential bid in this year's general elections since they have realized that Ruto is going win the polls by a landslide.
Good News To Ruto And Chebukati After 4 IEBC Commissioners Instruct Lawyers To Files Individual Rejoinders
The four IEBC commissioners who are at odds want to put out their own views, according to recent sources, thus deputy president William Ruto would have to wait longer to take the oath of office. Last would suggest that the group has decided to disagree with Chebukati, who this week also published a refutation of Raila's claims that the IEBC committee erred in declaring Ruto the winner of the recently held presidential election in Kenya.
Deputy President William Ruto would have to wait longer to be sworn in as a result of recent information that the four IEBC commissioners who are in disagreement are planning to submit their own responses today. Last could imply that the team has chosen to oppose Chebukati, who this week also submitted a rebuttal in response to Raila's allegations that the IEBC committee committed errors by designating Ruto as the winner of the recently concluded election for president of Kenya.
Dr Lukoye Atwoli who's the elder son of Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Dr Francis Atwoli. Photo courtesy of Facebook. Contral Organizations of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Dr Francis Atwoli's son Dr Lukoye Atwoli, has been appointed an Honourary Professor at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party leader Raila Odinga and his running Martha Karua during the Presidential elections petition filing on 25 August 2022. Photo courtesy. Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party presidential running mate Martha Karua, has reacted after the Supreme Court of Kenya concludes the hearing of 2022 general elections presidential petition, by saying that as the petitioners Azimio coalition will accept the Supreme Court ruling which is scheduled to be delivered on Monday 5th September.
Due to recent indications that the four IEBC commissioners who are at odds want to put out their own suggestions Deputy President William Ruto would have to wait longer to take the oath of office. Last could imply that the group is at odds with Chebukati,who last week also produced an expose refuting Raila claims that the IEBC committee erred in declaring Ruto the winner of the just-concluded presidential election in Kenya.
Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition leader and President elect Dr William Ruto and his wife Mama Rachael Ruto. Photo courtesy. A United Kingdom based Kenyan Professor Awino Okech who is a Lecturer at the SOAS University in London, who is an associate of Nation Media Group in Kenya has today said that Kenyan women might not be safe under the presidency of Kenya Kwanza Alliance leader Dr William Ruto.
Deputy President and Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate speaking during a past political rally. Photo/courtesy. Kenyans have reacted to the report that Deputy President who is the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate, has been barred from using the Nyayo National Stadium on 6th August 2022 which is the final campaigns day to hold his final rally.