Somebody on Facebook made up a story that a snake attacked Presidential candidate Raila Odinga's last rally at Kasarani Stadium. The online message appeared as the rally was getting underway in the stadium. The social media page also posts what appears to be a photo of a snake and several individuals causing a ruckus, alluding to the confrontation that took place at Kasarani. The report has been thoroughly examined by the fact checkers, and they have come to the conclusion that it is false and intentionally
2The spokesperson for the presidential candidate for Azimio la Umoja, Professor Makau Mutua, has come forward to correct a publication that was made by the Sunday Nation Newspaper stating that the United Democratic Alliance party has the highest number of elected MPs in the current elections. The Sunday Nation Newspaper stated that the United Democratic Alliance party has the highest number of elected MPs. After reading the article in the newspaper, Makau Mutua dismissed the allegations and stated that Azimio
The race for state house in Kenya now remains in the hands of the three contenders with wahiga Mwaure of Agano party having withdrawn on Sunday. While addressing the media, Mwaure said that from the results which had been tallied by the independent electoral and boundaries commission, he didn't stand a chance of emerging the winner whatsoever.
Spokesperson to Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Professor Makau Mutua has come out to correct a publication made by the Sunday Nation Newspaper saying that the United Democratic Alliance party has the highest number of elected MPs in the ongoing elections. Taking to his Twitter page after reading the newspaper, Makau Mutua dismissed the allegations and said that Azimio is leading in the number of elected members of parliament.
Friday 12th Uganda And Tanzania Newspaper Headlines On Ruto, Raila Tight Race, Hours To Declaration.
Kenyans from all walks of life are holding their breath as the independent electoral and boundaries commission does it's final touches on tallying of the presidential election results. Citizens of The neighboring countries too are anxiously waiting to see the white smoke from Nairobi as can be seen from newspaper headlines from Uganda and Tanzania.
As the verification and tallying of the presidential election results gather up speed amid the growing mistrust between the United Democratic Alliance party and Azimio coalition party, Bomas of Kenya and the IEBC are the focus of great attention. On Friday, as the 34B form verification process continued, the two parties made unsupported allegations of malpractice that resulted in brawls at the national tallying center (Bomas of Kenya).
Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji(photo courtesy) Burglars broke into Nairobi residence of the Director of Public prosecution Noordin Haji and stole electronics. It is reported that the incident occurred on Friday morning while Haji and his wife were away from home.According to the reports from the Star newspaper , the yet-to-be- identified thiefs made away with a TV set , a laptop belonging to Haji's son and assorted shoes.
Being a political season in Kenya, there is heightened use of propaganda among the members of Kenya's political class. The two main camps, deputy president William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza alliance and Raila Odinga's Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party camp are seemingly leaving nothing to chance as they aim to bring each other down.
Major Newspaper Headlines For Wednesday, 27th July 2022. The major daily newspapers, that is the Standard, Daily Nation, The Star and the People's Daily for Wednesday, 27th July 2022 are out and they reads as follows:- The Standard newspaper headline states that "Ruto tackles the hard questions"
President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged his fellow countrymen to abstain from voting for a candidate who does not prioritize the needs of the populace. In addition to urging them to support Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate for the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, he cautioned them against playing with fire.
Today's Major Newspaper Headlines. Today's major newspaper headlines are as follows:- Today's Standard newspaper headline reads that "New bid to block Ruto allies in race". The standard further states that "FRESH HURDLE: Can persons with cases in court or unresolved integrity questions be cleared to vie for public office?
Picture Courtesy: Today's Newspapers Headlines. The Standard. Headline: Ruto tackles the hard questions. With their main challengers Raila Odinga and George Wajackoyah skipping the debates, DP William Ruto and David Waihiga Mwaure hogged the air time, tackling hard questions posed by the moderators and explaining their vision for Kenya.
The Major Newspaper Headlines For 1st August 2022. With the country having just 7 day's to the general elections, all the major newspaper headlines are taking about the polls and the headlines are as follows:- The Daily Nation newspaper headline reads that "The shape of Mt Kenya" and then adds that "How Ruto wrenched the mountain away from an unsuspecting Uhuru, and why Raila presents an ever present danger .."
The Major Newspaper Headlines Review For Friday, 29th July 2022. The newspaper headlines for 29th July 2022 are as follows:- The Star newspaper headline for Friday reads as follows "Raila vs Ruto: The Mudavadi, Kalonzo factor" The star adds that "FINAL TOUCHES POLL VIEWED AS A DO OR DIE FOR TWO FORMER VPS" It further states that "They have many historical similarities, hope to resurrect careers..."
Newspaper Headlines For 2nd July 2022. Today's newspaper headlines are as follows:- The People's Daily newspaper headline reads that "Come out and vote!" The People's Daily adds that "Change of tactics: With six days to polls, and surveys showing tight race, top two presidential contenders Raila and Ruto have reviewed their strategies, urging supporters to come out in large numbers"
Saturday's Major Newspaper Headlines Review. The Standard newspaper headline reads as follows:- " Raila, Ruto seal fate of disputed form 34A." The Standard newspaper adds that "FOES UNITE: Electoral agency gives in to pressure and withdraws second presidential election results forms after Raila and Ruto representatives stand their ground and demand the sheets be abandoned."
People Daily Ruto fights alone as Raila Skips Debate-Azimio leader stays true to threat, leaves UDA candidate to sell Agenda, deflating highly anticipated face off. The Standard Ruto tackles The Hard questions- With their main challengers Raila Odinga and George Wajackoyah skipping the debates. DP Ruto and David Waihiga Mwaire hogged the air time, tackling hard questions posed by the moderaters and explaining their vision for kenya, will their performance sway undecided voters?
The Major Newspaper Headlines For Thursday, 28th July 2022. Today's newspaper headlines are as follows:- The standard newspaper headline reads that "Raila wants answers on 'extra' IEBC forms" It the adds that and I quote "ATHENS FINDINGS: Azimio leader demands urgent talks with commission on the printing of alleged two sets of Form 34A and state of Form 34B, which he says is pending."
Activist and blogger Boniface Mwangi has blasted Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate William Ruto.This is just hours after Ruto's solo debate on Tuesday evening. During the debate,Ruto had steered clear from any links of him having acquired any property by fraudulent means.Ruto said every property he has was acquired legally.
The Party leader of the National Unity Platform (NUP) Hon Robert Kyagulanyi ssentamu better known Bobi Wine, who currently the Opposition leader in Uganda. He has revealed how President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is planning to use the Parliament to pick his Successor for next Coming General Elections.