Raila Odinga on Friday night finished his campaigns by meeting the youth where he had a bonfire meeting with them. In the meeting Raila asked them to speak out whatever they wanted to know and ask him any questions. They youth were open and asked him various questions to which he responded.
Without any doubt, it is now official that the Kenyan long awaited next general elections will be held on ninth of August 2022 as it was scheduled. This follows the latest remarks that were made by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries (IEBC) chairperson Mr Wafula Chebukati during his briefings.
Deputy President William Samoei Ruto has finally broken his silence on why he will never go and campaign in Nyanza region ahead of August 9th general elections. While speaking in Eldoret town while drumming his support for Presidency, Ruto told off the residents of Uasin Gishu that he will not campaign in Nyanza Region because he fears humiliation and fights among the people of Nyanza.
As Kenyans are now counting only days to the long awaited next general elections, political contenders are seen roaming across the streets of the country Kenya campaigning hunting votes for their various elective political positions as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps, Governors and in Presidency post.
The long-awaited general elections are quickly approaching, and Kenyans can't wait to exercise their democratic right by picking the leaders they want for a variety of elective political positions, including MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps, Governors, and the Presidency. In contrast, political candidates can be seen running around town campaigning in an effort to gain the aforementioned political offices in the forthcoming general elections.
With only two days until the next general election, political candidates have until midnight today to campaign for their various elective political positions. Kenyan official campaigns are scheduled to end at midnight on August 6th. This means that any politician found campaigning after midnight may be barred from running by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
The academic credentials of Kenyan politicians have come under increased scrutiny in recent months ostensibly as a result of the country’s new electoral regulations. Although some politicians have had to persuade the public that they are academically eligible for the role, others have outstanding academic credentials that place them head and shoulders above their peers.
With only 20 days away from the next general elections, politicians are seen roaming across the streets of the country Kenya campaigning hunting votes to ensure they inherit their preferred elective political positions in the forthcoming general elections. Leaders will be elected in different elective political positions as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps, Governors and the Presidency seat.
Deputy President Dr William Samoei Ruto has again delivers another sharp message only 4 days to August general elections. According to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate, he has revealed that they don't want favours from IEBC. He said that he only wants them to run a free and fair elections.
0 popKenyans are only 19 days away from the next general elections that is set to take place on ninth of August as it was scheduled. This is the golden opportunity that Kenyans are going to use to ensure they elect leaders of their choices that will rule them for five years in different elective political positions as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps, Governors including the Presidency post.
There are now only seven days until the long-awaited upcoming general elections on Tuesday, August 9th. Kenyans will vote for their preferred leaders in various elective political offices including as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Representatives, Governors, and the Presidency. Those leaders who succeed in assuming the aforementioned political posts will rule for a period of five years.
It is now official that the next general elections will be held on ninth of August as it was scheduled. This follows the latest remarks that were made by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries (IEBC) chairperson Mr Wafula Chebukati who confirmed this during his briefings. This is the rightful time when Kenyans will be expected to exercise their democratic right through voting in leaders of their choices in different elective political positions as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps, Governors including the Presidency seat.
Kenyans are now counting 20 days away from the long awaited next general elections that is set to take place on ninth of August as it was scheduled. Politicians are already seen out in a mission of ensuring that they inherit their preferred elective political positions as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps, Governors and the Presidency seat included.
The much anticipated upcoming general elections, which will be place on Tuesday, August 9th, are now just seven days away. Kenyans will participate in this election by choosing leaders for a variety of elective political offices, including MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps, Governors, and the Presidency.
Raila Odinga, a former Prime Minister of Kenya, has stated his intention to step down from the race for president in the event that Deputy President William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza are successful in their bid to win the election in August. He has announced his intention to do so.
It is now obvious that the upcoming general elections in Kenya, which are slated for August 9th, will go place as planned. This comes in response to recent comments made by Mr Wafula Chebukati of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), who confirmed this during his briefings.
After the naming of running mates and clearance by the indipendent electrol and boundaries commission, it's now the time for the presidential candidates to officially present what they bring onboard upon elections. Manifesto laughing is what is in the political air at the moment. Raila Odinga was the first to unveil his manifesto on Monday, 6th of June.
Raila Amolo Odinga is the party Leader of Orange Democratic Movement and the presidential flagbearer of the giant Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Political party. Having unsuccessfully ran for Presidency for a record four times, Mr Odinga is expected to have his fifth possible stab at this highly coveted seat in the Republic of Kenya.
The Deputy President of Kenya, William Ruto today appeared before the Independent, Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC to seek clearance for his first shot at the Presidency. He was accompanied by his running mate, Rigathi Gachagua and a number of Kenya Kwanza Alliance members to Bomas of Kenya.
With only 63 days to general elections political players are busy traversing the country in a bid to drum up support at the same time political alignments and realignment are taking shape. Top front-runners for Presidency are eying the vote rich region of Mount Kenya. Unlike previous elections, going into this year's elections, there is no candidate from Mt Kenya.