Makueni gubernatorial seat is attracting new candidates day after day. The leaders are keen on succeeding the incumbent governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana who is serving his last term. Two renonwed leaders from the region have publicly announced their gubernatorial bids. Today former KMTC chairman Philip Kaloki joined the race and publicly declared his gubernatorial bid.
National leaders across the country are making intensive tours in Mount Kenya region in a bid to woe the region's votes. Various presidential candidates have toured the region to popularize their bids led by deputy president William Ruto and ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi. Today Kirinyanga leaders snubbed the governor Anne Waiguru meeting with Wiper leaders led by their party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
Leaders in Makueni are now calling in the Council of Governor to compensate business people who had already supplied material ahead of the Devolution Conference. The leaders now claim that after the conference was suspended, business people who had already made supplies are in the verge of making losses if they will not be paid.
Kenya Medical Training Colleges board chair Professor Philip Kaloki has lauded President Uhuru Kenyatta for opening up five counties.The president had imposed Cessation of movement in and out of the five counties following the upsurge of Covid-19 in the zoned area.Kaloki has noted that the move by the president will help grow the country's economy by opening up business opportunities.
Former Kibwezi MP Philip Kaloki ( Photo Courtesy) He is one of those politicians who have paid a heavy price for disobeying Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, the undisputed Ukambani region political kingpin. Though he had one of the most promising political careers, former Kibwezi MP Philip Kaloki now finds himself in the cold after suffering a heavy defeat during the 2013 general election.
Early this week, Kenya's news headlines were focusi on the death of the former Kibwezi Member of Parliament Richard.His burial will be Today in his local village Mbui Nzau Location in Kibwezi west Constituency of Makueni county. His body has taken from Lee funeral home.Several leaders are expected to attend.Most of the leaders eulogize him as democratic leader who fought for the rights of the less.During his reign,he won the hearts of bagging the name,"son of squatter".
The residents of Makueni have something to smile at after the fourth Kenya Medical Training College campus is set to constructed in Kaiti. This is after the County Government of Makueni donated 10.5 acres of land where a new Kenya Medical Training College campus will be constructed. Makueni have three colleges that include Makindu, Wote and Tawa campuses. Speaking while addressing residents of Kaiti sub-county in Kilungu ward where the new campus will sit, the KMTC’s national board chairman Philip Kalok
Presidential campaigns are becoming intense day after day.Several candidates have declared their interest in the seat.One of them is Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.Kalonzo Musyoka enjoys massive support and influence from Eastern region.Today former KMTC chairman Prof. Philip Kaloki said that Kalonzo Musyoka will be the next president.
Kenya Medical Training Colleges Board Chairman Professor Philip Kaloki has called on Kenyans to take Covid-19 serious. The Professor has asked Kenyans to highly take precautions and adhere to the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health to help do away with the health crisis. Kaloki's call comes a time when the country is staring at the second wave of the Covid-19 cases. "Kenya and the whole world is experiencing Upsurge of Covid-19 cases; Covid-19 is a bad disease, it's taking people's lives, there are
Kenya Medical Training Colleges Board Chairman Professor Philip Kaloki has lauded the start of a Cancer Care Centre in Makueni County. Kaloki says that cancer is growing roots in the country with more people succumbing to the disease due to lack of enough care facilities. The chair says the establishment of the care facility in the county is a big achievement in the fight against cancer in the country. Makueni County, in conjunction with the County First Ladies Association together with other partners launched
Kalembe Ndile served as the Member of Parliament for Kibwezi from 2002 to 2007. He nicknamed himself as 'Mwana wa squatter' who fought for the landless. Despite all the hurdles, when he got a chance to serve as a counselor, he used his influence to impact the lives of many Ukambani residents but in his subsequent attempts to win back the seat; he lost the seat to ODM’s Philip Kaloki in 2007 and to Wiper's Patrick Musimba in the 2013 general election and later in a by-election.
Mutula Kilonzo Jnr first came to the political limelight in July 2013, after his father, Mutula Kilonzo, passed on while in office and serving as the then Senator of Makueni County. He was selected as the Wiper Party flagbearer after his sister,Lawyer Kethi Kilonzo, who was the initial and first choice to take after their father, was barred by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission from contesting the elections on the grounds that she was not a registered voter, affirmed by a three-judge bench of
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) sleuths have started investigations in relation to corruption reports at the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC). Detectives will seek to establish the truth ranging from office abuse, college property misappropriation, corruption, and unlawful recruitment in the KMTC board headed by Prof. Philip Kaloki. KMTC reportedly has over 41,000 trainees in about 65 campuses nationwide. This makes it among the biggest contributors to the nation's health sector. Investigations
Kenya Medical Training Colleges (KMTC)Board Chairman Philip Kaloki has appended his signature in support of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report. The former Kibwezi MP announced that he had appended his signature to show his support for the BBI. "As a Kenyan, I have appended my signature. I want to be among the one million people who sign in support of the document, as Kaloki I support the amendment of the constitution," Kaloki announced. Speaking in Mbuvo, Makueni county, when he was inspecting the
Makueni gubernatorial seat is attracting high profile leaders across the county.The leaders are preparing themselves to succeed the incumbent governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana.Some of the candidates who have shown interest in the seat includes Makueni senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior, women representative Hon.Rose Museo and Prof. Emmanuel Mutisya.
Kalonzo Musyoka will be the next president, according to KMTC chairman Prof. Philip Kaloki.He was talking to a local radio station during an interview where the professor said Kalonzo is the most favored successor to President Uhuru Kenyatta.Governor Kivutha Kibwana's presidential bid was rejected by the leader.
Political pundits predict a two-horse race between Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in the presidential election set to be conducted next year. DP Ruto has publicly shown interest in succeeding his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila is yet to announce his interest in succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta but political analysts claim that he might be on the ballot paper to try another stab at the presidency. Well, today, the two political heavyweights held separate meetings.