Former Funyula MP Dr. Paul Otuoma has asked Busia county governor Sospeter Ojaamong to keep off the 2022 gubernatorial politics, asking him to finish his remaining days in office and retire peacefully.Otuoma has expressed his displeasure at efforts by Ojaamong to endorse some leaders in the county to succeed him when he finishes his second and final term in office next year.
The clock is ticking each and every second as Kenya has only 16 months before citizens head to the ballot to elect their new leaders.One race to watch come 2022 is that of the Busia Gubernatorial race which has attracted political heavyweights, a sign that it will be very contentious.
Former Vice President Moody Awori ( Photo Courtesy) He came.He conquered.Then suddenly, he disappeared into the political oblivion.Today, he is languishing in the cold.
Sombre mood engulfed Muruka village in Butula when the Busia county deputy governor laid his son to rest. Mr. Moses Mulomi lost his son engineer Dan Were Opoba. The late was a student at Masinde Muliro university of science and technology pursuing a masters degree in computer engineering. Many who flocked the funeral eulogized the late as a hardworking young man who helped in developing computer engineering sector. He was also eulogized as an industrious man. Several county leaders were present led by Busia
Conjestina Achieng is a Kenyan female boxer who has been nicknamed "Hands of Stone" and is ranked number five in the world.She became the first African woman to hold an international title when she beat Ugandan Fiona Tugume to take the vacant WIBF Middleweight title. Conjestina took to the ring in 2000 after graduating through the youth soccer ranks in Nairobi's Makongeni Estate, inspired by her elder brother who was a member of the national boxing team. Since then she went on to beat heavy weights by Knock
Kenyans have taken to their different social media accounts to express their fears and disappointment due to the increasing number of misbehaving learners who are currently beating and even stabbing their teachers. Photo :courtesy Video Content In a video that has since gone viral all over the internet, students could be seen cheering and jumping up and down while heading to the scene. A clear footage is then seen where a female student is caught fighting with a male teacher as the rest cheer and shout. Another
The politics of inheritance in Busia county are taking shape. Busia county governor Sospeter Ojaamong has come out to endorse his deputy Moses Mulomi. Speaking on Wednesday during the burial of Mulomi's son engineer Dan Opoba,the governor said it's only Mulomi who can succeed him . The governor reiterated that he is going to assign about 80% of county duties to the Deputy governor the remaining part of his term so as he can feel the heat of the office has he prepared to take over. The governors defended his
After orchestrating systematic ousters in the Senate and the national assembly to rid off perceived deputy president William Ruto's allies, President Uhuru Kenyatta is reportedly not finished yet in his ruthless mission to send DP Ruto allies packing in most sectors of the government. A report by the Saturday standard indicate that the president is planning to overhaul his cabinet in the coming days as he sets his eyes towards sacking or demoting cabinet secretaries allied to the deputy president Sources to
People rise from low to high levels in their lifetime. Governor Ojaamong of Busia county is no exception. He was born in Teso South District, Busia county. He is a trained science teacher majoring in biology and chemistry from Kenyatta university. He held the profession until 2003 when he was elected to Parliament. In 2003, he successfully defeated the then Amagoro constituency Mp Albert Ekirapa on ballot thus becoming the next Mp after him. He served successfully for two terms as the Mp for Amagoro constituency
Today the activities in matungu constituency came to a go slow when 2017 senatorial aspirants for kakamega county honourable Stanley livondo,Seth Panyako and Cleophas Malala took their campaigns to koyonzo ward in matungu constituency.
A Governor in Western region has already endorsed his deputy for the top seat two years to general elections. Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong has declared to support his deputy governor Moses Mulomi for the gubernatorial seat in August 2022 general elections. Speaking in Busia County on Friday , Ojaamong said that Mulomi will continue to implement his agenda to the people of Busia. "I will support my deputy for the gubernatorial seat in coming elections and anyone who will contest for seat should prepare since
Former Funyula MP Paul Otuoma at ODM Offices. Ahead of the 2022 General Elections, legislators are aligning themselves in various teams they believe will make them victorious. The latest move by former Funyula Member of Parliament (MP) Paul Otuoma to join Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party has had many people talking. Otuoma ditched the party in 2017 after losing the party nominations to Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong. He ditched the party and vied as an Independent candidate, a race that he lost to incumbent
Paul Nyongesa Otuoma is a Kenyan politician who hails from the Western region in Busia County. He is a member of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party. Otuoma was born on 15th of September 1966. This means by 15th of September this year, Paul turning fifty four years old. Paul Otuoma attended Khalsa primary school in Nairobi. He then joined Eastleigh High School for his secondary education. He completed his secondary education at Sigalame High School. Thereafter Paul joined University of Nairobi for further
ODM leader Raila Odinga and former Funyula MP Paul Otuoma ( Photo Courtesy) With exactly two years remaining to the next general election, some of the countries political heavyweights who faced humiliating defeats in 2017 are keen to stage major political comebacks come 2022. They include: 1. Paul Otuoma The former Funyula MP lost in his bid to unseat Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong in 2017. While vying as an independent candidate after losing in the controversial ODM nominations to Ojaamong, Otuoma ended up
Kenyans have taken to their social media platforms to express their concerns and fears after a video footage of two teachers teaching two different classes in the same class went viral. Photo:Courtesy Video Content In a video clip that has since gone viral, two female teachers could be seen teaching two different classes to different Pupils in the same class room. Kenyans Reactions This has sparked alot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have been disappointed by the fact that these kids might have
Deputy President William Ruto camp in Western Kenya is slowly getting setbacks,this was after Sirisia Member of Parliament John Walukhe and Paul Otuoma decamped from his camp.Otuoma and Walukhe were both close allies to deputy president Ruto but lately they have distanced themselves from hustlers nation brigade,Just in a span
Ex-Funyula MP Paul Otuoma has returned to his former Party ODM which he ditched following claims of fraud during their party primaries in the last general elections. He made the disclosure when he visited the Orange House today Thursday February 17 where he took time to interact with the staff. “Today I visited our party headquarters in Lavington Nairobi. It was a pleasure interacting with staff at Chungwa House #TukoTayari,” Mr. Otuoma wrote on Twitter page. Political analysts now think the ex-MP was positioning
Kenyan politics have reached a period where politicians realign themselves with political bigwigs who could help them secure seats come 2022 general elections. It has seen many political leaders shifting from one party to another where they think could suit and favor their political ambitions. Earlier today the former Funyula MP and Fisheries Minister Paul Otuoma jetted back into Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party 3 yrs after quitting in April 2017 following disputed Busia ODM gubernatorial primaries in
Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has reiterated that at no time will he allow violence to mar the 2022 gubernatorial elections.
Succession politics dominated the burial of Engineer Daniel Were Okhoba, the son to Busia Deputy Governor Moses Mulomi in Butula on Wednesday, with leaders burying the hatchet to give discussions a chance. Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong, Senator Amos Wako, MPs John Bunyasi, Oundo Mudenyo, Joseph Oyula, Engineer Vincent Sidai and former Funyula MP Dr Paul Otuoma said infighting will only help divide the county and derail its gains. The Governor said he was happy to see the burial of Eng Daniel bring leaders