Senator Malala reveals the positions he will give Khawlale, Kutima and Savula after his 2022 victory
Kakamega gubernatorial seat has attracted several influential leaders from the county. The leaders are competing to succeed the incumbent governor Wycliffe Oparanya who is serving his last term in office. The leaders includes Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala, deputy governor Philip Kutima, Lugari legislator Ayub Savula and former Kakamega senator Bonny Khawlale.
Kakamega gubernatorial race has heated up. Various candidates in the county are competing to succeed the incumbent governor Wycliffe Oparanya who is serving his last term. The leaders have been campaigning in the county. Today Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala brought Kakamega to a standstill as he intensified his gubernatorial campaigns in the county.
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya ( Photo Courtesy) With Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya about to exit office after serving a maximum of two terms, the race to succeed him is heating up with the county's political heavyweights rolling up their sleeves ready for a face-off. Besides Senator Cleophas Malala and his predecessor Boni Khalwale, Deputy Governor Philip Kutima has also declared his bid for the seat.
Presidential race has attracted various candidates. One of the candidate is ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi. The party leader enjoys massive support of youthful leaders led by Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala and Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja. Today Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala brought Kakamega to a standstill as he intensified Musalia Mudavadi presidential campaigns.
Oparanya deputy governor Prof Philip Kutima has sent a coded message to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) lieutenants over his next political move ahead of 2022 general election. This follows after the county deputy boss met Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi on Saturday in Kakamega.
Kakamega gubernatorial race is heating up day after day. Various influential leaders in the county are competing to succeed the incumbent governor Wycliffe Oparanya. Some of them includes deputy governor Philip Kutima, senator Cleophas Malala, Lugari MP Ayub Savula and former senator Bonny Khawlale. Today vocal Kakamega senator has revealed ODM party secret plans in Kakamega gubernatorial race.
Governor Wycliffe Oparanya yesterday chaired a consultative meeting on the County Annual Development Plan for the Financial Year 2022/2023 urging Ministries to prioritize key projects that will benefit residents. Deputy Governor Prof Philip Kutima who chaired the morning session said the one year ADP focuses on the priority areas, planning and resource mobilization to the achieve the development agenda for the County.
Kakamega Deputy Governor Philip Kutima in the past. Photo/Courtesy Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya is among a host of County Chiefs expected to leave office in 2022, after serving for two terms. Several politicians are lining up in a bid to replace the outgoing County boss, among them his deputy Philip Kutima and former Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale.
We are 14 months away from the general elections. All Kakamega gubernatorial candidates are each propping up their voting blocks ready for war on August 8th 2022. However, it's the gubernatorial voting block factor/subtribe factor that will give the candidates an edge. Today I construct and deconstruct each candidate and divulge on the influence of voting blocks in a gubernatorial race.
Kakamega gubernatorial race is heating up day after day. Various candidates have shown interest in succeeding the incumbent governor Wycliffe Oparanya. Some of them includes Kakamega deputy governor Philip Kutima, Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala and former Kakamega senator Bonny Khawlale. Deputy govenor Philip Kutima is allegedly said that he fell out with Governor Wycliffe Oparanya due to Kakamega gubernatorial succession politics.
Kakamega Deputy Governor Philip Kutima ( Photo Courtesy) The battle to succeed Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has gained momentum with some of the region's veteran politicians lining up for the top seat. One of those eyeing Oparanya's seat is his deputy, Philip Kutima. A career academic, Prof. Kutima is one of the only two Deputy Governors with an academic rank of a professor.
Kakamega governor Hon. Wycliffe Oparanya, held a consultative meeting with the Amani National Congress party member of parliament, Hon. Peter Oscar Nabulindo who was elected a few months ago. The governor met with the Matungu constituency member of parliament together with his deputy prof. Philip Kutima and Khalaba ward member of the county assembly Hon.
As the country prepares for the next general election, realignments are seen in Kakamega and Vihiga counties with politicians sitting at a crossroads over whether to defend their seats through their current political parties or get re-elected on other political vehicles. It comes as Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) boss Raila Odinga is expected in the region to save the party from political loss after a major split was observed in the top leadership of the ODM branch.
Kakamega gubernatorial race heats up as Kakamega deputy governor Prof. Kutima launches his campaigns
Kakamega gubernatorial race is becoming competitive day after day. The incumbent governor Hon. Wycliffe Oparanya is serving his last term. Various influential leaders from the region have already declared thier interest in the gubernatorial seat. Today Kakamega deputy governor Prof. Philip Kutima launched his gubernatorial campaigns.
Western leaders have being divided for a long time. The region is divided into two political factions. One group is led by ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and FORD Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and the other by Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya. Today ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi reunited with Western leaders during the burial ceremony of the late retired major general George Agoi.
Leadership is service to all people regardless of your political affiliation.Today Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya hosted Musalia Mudavadi close Hon.Ayub Savula for a consultative discussion in his office.The two leaders belong to different political parties and have differed on different political issues.The vocal legislator is a close friend and supporter to ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi.
Photo: Governor Wycliffe Oparanya With his Deputy, Philip Kutima in Bushiangala.Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya today at noon visited the site where a total of five hardworking residents/miners died while mining for gold in Bushiangala village.Accompanied by his deputy Governor Professor Philip Kutima, the Governor said that the county government of Kakamega will fully support families of the bereaved together with those who narrowly escaped death.
The County Government of Kakamega has commissioned a medical waste microwave equipment that will incinerate medical waste from all hospitals in the County. Speaking during the commissioning at Kakamega County General Hospital, Deputy Governor Prof Philip Kutima said the plant can shred and microwave 400kg of waste per hour and clear 60 tons of waste per month.
Deputy Governor H.E Prof Philip Kutima has asked the County's Department of Health Services to investigate claims that some hospitals in the County lack essential drugs.Speaking during the funeral service of Mr Enosh Lugonzo, a member of the County Budget and Economic Forum (CBEF) in Munyuki village, Lumakanda in Lugari Sub County, the Deputy Governor asked the CECM for Health Services Dr Collins Matemba to visit the affected hospitals to ascertain and address the problem.
Education Cs George Magoha during the launch of The Elimu Scholarship for 9000 KCE candidates from ASAL and marginalized areas at KICD. Hours ago after the Education Cs Prof.George Magoha launching the Elimu Scholarship for 9000 KCPE candidates from ASAL and marginalized areas at Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development( KICD ) and announcing a reduction in secondary school fees due to the short nature of the 2021 school calendar, James Mwangi, Equity bank Chief Executive Officer has challenged the Cabinet secretary by giving full scholarship to 670 primary learners from the entire Western province while at Kakamega Secondary school a few minutes elapsed as a reward and word of encouragement to children from the needy background.