Moses Nandalwe arriving in Lilongwe, Malawi last week on August 11th [Photo Courtesy: Moses Nandalwe/Facebook] Upon coming third in the Sirisia Parliamentary race behind Jubilee's John Waluke who won the seat and Ford Kenya's Kasembeli Nasiuma who came second, ODM's Moses Nandalwe flew out of the country to Malawi to probably cool his mind.
It's possible to get away with election theft, ODM Director of Communications Philip Etale now says. Etale says that one can get away with rigging, provided that those sarrounding them know how to hide their tracks after committing the act. In reference to the concluded presidential poll, he states that it's numerical inconsistencies that usually give the one rigging the other out, and sealing such loopholes can help them get away with it.
ODM leader Raila Odinga is well known in the country. Further, Raila Odinga has lost more than four elections and at the same time he has been rejecting the results. On Tuesday, this week, Raila Odinga rejected the presidential results and revealed that he will move to court.
Unfortunately DP Ruto is under increasing pressure as the election for 2022 approaches. He has been up against opposition from within his own camp, particularly from his allies in the Mount Kenya area who have persistently urged him to form a coalition to improve his prospects of winning the 2022 election.
Najib Balala was first elected to national leadership when he vied for Mvita parliamentary seat in the year 2002 on NARC Coalition. He successfully dethroned renowned coast political heavy weight the late Sharrif Nassir, a life member of KANU. Today, he is accredited the longest serving minister still holding office.
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has a better chance of being the next President if he goes against President-elect William Ruto, political analyst Edward Kisiangani has advised. Kalonzo is at the moment at crossroads on what to do, after the ODM boss Raila Odinga-led Azimio La Umoja, which was promising him the Chief Cabinet Secretary job, failed to secure the government.
David Ndii a renowned economist has explained of why most elected leaders are dumping Azimio for Kenya Kwanza. According to him, it's a fact that most people are switching camps because they were taken hostage in Azimio by the jubilee and the, ODM party. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/DavidNdii/status/1560268418804502528?s=20&t=M6NPCge6UwNoF98Z2H5nNg
There are 12 positions for nominated Parliamentarians in parliament. In the coming Parliament, 10 of the 12 positions have been confirmed. The positions are divided by to parties depending on the number of MPs they secured. UDA party won 139 MP seats for members which is the highest number of seats and will therefore have more nominated MPs.
Vocal Lawyer Reveals The Mistake That Raila Odinga Did 4 Years Ago That Costed His Presidential Seat
The ODM party leader Raila Odinga will be heading to Supreme Court on Monday after he was defeated by the current deputy president William Ruto. Raila claims that the IEBC commissioners were split on the day they pronounced the winner. Raila Odinga has also claimed that the results that were announced by chairperson Wafula Chebukati are not the real results that kenyans were expecting.
A Photograph of Police Officers at the Karen House of Raila On Friday, police officers were dispatched to the Karen residence of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga after some demonstrators attempted to gain access. In a video that Joramogi Alan Ofula posted to social media, you can hear protesters singing while police watch from a distance.
1.Millie Odhiambo. Millie Odhiambo is a seasoned Kenyan politician known for her outspoken personality. She is a vocal member of the Orange Democratic Party (ODM) and a staunch supporter of Raila Odinga-the party leader. For more than 10 years, she has served as a member of parliament in Kenya.
After some demonstrators tried to contact the former Prime Minister at his Karen home on Friday, police were stationed there. Photo: Police In Raila's Karen Home Protesters could be heard singing in a video captured by social media user Joramogi Alan Ofula, who also captured police officers watching from a distance.
In the nation Raila Odinga, the ODM's leader, is well known. In addition, Raila Odinga has been challenging the results of more than four elections while also losing them. This week's election results were rejected by Raila Odinga on Tuesday and he declared he would file a lawsuit.
Source: Daily Nation newspaper Just a day after the presidential results were declared officially by the independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) chairman honourable Wafula Chebukati, ODM boss honourable Raila Odinga rejected the results as he alleges there was many election malpractices in the just concluded general election and lack of transparency in the final tallying process.
Outgoing President of Kenya, President Uhuru Kenyatta has today for the first time talked about the recently concluded election that his deputy, William Ruto beat ODM leader Raila Odinga. DP Ruto beat Raila by earning more than 50 per cent of the total votes cast before IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati declared him the winner and gazetted him as the president-elect.
Powerful Azimio Member of Parliamnet, MP elect Mwengi Mutuse from Kibwezi West has joined Deputy President William Samoei Arap Ruto's team, Kenya Kwanza Alliance. The former Machakos Chief of Staff Mwengi Mutuse who clinched the Kibwest West parliamentary seat, after garnering 30,821 votes is among leaders who had been appointed to spearhead the Azimio la Umoja presidential campaign in the Ukambani region.
The International Human Rights Foundation now urges Raila Odinga, the Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate, to accept defeat following the August 9th general elections. The Foundation asserted that the ODM leader must accept the results democratically because the electoral body held an open and honest election. The electoral authority (@IEBCKenya), which has named William Ruto president-elect, has declared the Kenyan election results to be accurate and reliable, the rights organization tweeted.
In Kenya's bicameral Parliament, there are 290 elected members of national assembly and 47 elected senators. However, the law dictates that there has to be nominated members to represent special interest groups like the women, people with disabilities and youths. After this year's election, the president elect William Ruto's party united democratic alliance party has reaped big after getting a Lion's share of the nomination slots.
The election for governor of Kakamega County was postponed by the electoral commission on August 17 due to staff member harassment. The elections scheduled for August 23rd have been further postponed, according to the chairman, Mr. Chebukati, to a date that will be published in the commission's gazette.
ODM Candidate for the Gubernatorial post Hon Abdulswamad Sharif Nassir has today taken to street to protest against Chebukati's decision of postponing Elections in Mombasa. With his Supporters showing their Grievances. They fearlessly addressed Chebukati as a Project, who is being used to achieve a Certain Political Objectives for a certain Individual.