President Uhuru Kenyatta has moved to consolidate and unite leaders from the region ahead of the 2022 general elections, following Jubilee's loss in the Kiambaa by-election. Kenyatta had become concerned that he might be losing influence in his own backyard, which is one of the country's wealthiest voting blocs, and the president had moved to curb his deputy's growing power.
The loss in the Kiambaa by-election by Jubilee has evoked a reaction from President Uhuru Kenyatta who has moved to consolidate leaders from the region and unite them ahead of the 2022 general elections. Kenyatta had become concerned that he could be losing influence in his backyard which is one of the richest voting blocks in the country and the head of state had now moved to tame the growing influence of his deputy.
Mount Kenya leaders are divided on which route to take one year before the next general elections knock in. The leaders allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta's political divide are going different directions, a move that seems 'as a boost' to the Deputy President William Ruto. According to sources who spoke to K24 yesterday, the Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya who has been a major critic of National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi refuted calls to invite the presidential hopeful in a closed-door meeting slated to take place tomorrow in Meru.
The president Uhuru Kenyatta convened a meeting with My. Kenya Leaders to discuss on a major agenda on 24th this month at the Kenya Methodist University The major agenda that is to be discussed is to bring unity amongst the leaders of My. Kenya region and the president himself.
Governor Kiraitu Murungi is facing a lawsuit over his new book which has caused a buzz in the Meru political scene. East Africa Legislative Assembly member Mpuru Aburi demanded that the governor remove his name from the book, stating that Kiraitu's actions pose political damage. According to the Standard, the MP declared he was in the process of suing Kiraitu to have his name expunged from the book dubbed Beyond Politics: A Conversation with Kiraitu Murungi.
As the next year's General Election gains momentum and becomes a daily topic of discussion, political leaders are assessing their chances of winning anything in the highly anticipated elections. Several political heavyweights have expressed interest in succeeding President Uhuru when his second term expires in August of next year.
In a bid to consolidate the vote rich Gema Mt. Kenya region and avoid the the invasion of intruders in his b President Uhuru Kenyatta has moved in to unite the region, ahead of the much awaited 2022 general election. The commander in chief has reportedly asked the leaders of the Mt.
It is still not clear what Mt Kenya region plans to do as next year’s General Election is fast approaching and President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to retire. There have been claims that the region will field a candidate in the presidential election after talks that Uhuru’s exit may leave a leadership void in the vote-rich region.
The deputy president William Ruto has been making in roads into the vote rich My. Kenya region. He has won a section of voters to his camp while there are those opposed to his narrative. The deputy president has been popularizing his UDA party through a section of legislators allied to his camp.
In today's dailies, reports emerged that half of the Cabinet Secretaries in Uhuru's government were planning to resign early next year,so that they could run for elective seats in 2022. Among those mentioned were powerful cabinet secretaries Peter Munya of Agriculture,Fred Matiang'i of Interior and Najib Balala of Tourism and Widlife.
While President Uhuru Kenyatta is battling to remain politically relevant and unite his government after severing ties with his Deputy, William Ruto, another stunner may be on the way, rendering his efforts futile. This comes after it was revealed that more than half of his cabinet intends to quit in order to prepare for the 2022 elections.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has moved to consolidate leaders from Mt Kenya as he seeks to unite the divisive vicinity in advance of the 2022 General Elections. The head of country directed the leaders to satisfy and speak demanding situations going through the vicinity. This consists of Deputy President Wiliam Ruto's developing influence, the cut up vote impact and Speaker Justin Muturi coronation.
The misfortune in the Kiambaa by-political decision by Jubilee has evoked a response from President Uhuru Kenyatta who has moved to combine pioneers from the area and join them in front of the 2022 general races. Kenyatta had become worried that he could be losing impact in his patio which is one of the most extravagant democratic squares in the country and the head of state had now moved to tame the developing impact of his delegate.
Prior to the 2022 General Election, President Uhuru Kenyatta has moved to consolidate his Mt. Kenya support base and keep it safe from Deputy President William Ruto's intrusion. According to sources, Uhuru has summoned the leaders to meet and discuss the region's challenges, which include Ruto's growing influence, the split vote effect, and the coronation of Speaker Justin Muturi.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has moved to consolidate leaders from Mt Kenya as he seeks to unite the divisive region ahead of the 2022 General Elections. The head of state directed the leaders to meet and discuss challenges facing the region. This includes Deputy President Wiliam Ruto's growing influence, the split vote effect and Speaker Justin Muturi coronation.
Governor Kiraitu Murungi is facing a lawsuit over his new book which has caused a buzz in the Meru political scene. East Africa Legislative Assembly member Mpuru Aburi demanded that the governor remove his name from the book, expressing that Kiraitu's actions present political harm. As per the Standard, the MP confirmed he was currently suing Kiraitu to have his name erased from the book named Beyond Politics: A Conversation with Kiraitu Murungi.
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East Africa Legislative Assembly part Mpuru Aburi requested that the lead representative eliminate his name from the book, expressing that Kiraitu's activities present political harm. As per the Standard, the MP pronounced he was currently suing Kiraitu to have his name canceled from the book named Beyond Politics: A Conversation with Kiraitu Murungi.
The Ministry of Agriculture has appealed the court’s decision to lift the ban on slaughter of donkeys. Livestock Principal Secretary Harry Kimtai said one of the reasons the Ministry appealed is public complaints. “There have been many public complaints. Members of the public have reported an increase in the cases of donkey theft since the abattoirs were reopened,” said Kimtai.
The government has allocated 700 million shillings to buy more than 100,000 bags of rice from the Mwea irrigation scheme in Kirinyaga County. Rice has been sleeping in the store for several months for lack of a market. According to Peter Munya, Secretary of the Agricultural Cabinet, 100 million shillings has already been disbursed to allow the Kenya National Trade Corporation (KNTC) to start buying produce from farmers.
Tourism CS Najib Balala has come out clearly to address speculations about his political ambitions. CS Balala,In a statement released on Wednesday refuted the claims that he would soon step down to pursue a seat but only focus on discharging his duties "For the avoidance of doubt, I want to categorically state that my focus is to continue to serve the country in my current position as Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife and that I have no plans to vie for any elective position anywhere in Kenya," he said