As official countrywide campaigns are expected to end by tomorrow, Narok County UDA gubernatorial candidate Patrick Ole Ntutu has already culminated his exploits in style at his home town in Narok West constituency. Addressing a mega rally in Naikarra Ward, Narok West in the company of outgoing governor Samuel Ole Tunai who is also a senate candidate, Ntutu offered his final submissions to locals urging them to turn up for the voting exercise in masses and ensue he prevails in the race pitting him against ODM's Moitalel Ole Kenta.
The Maasai and Kalenjin are the two main ethnic groups of Kenya's Narok County, which is expected to have a large population. It is also led by Hon Samuel Ole Tunai and has Narok as its capital and largest town. Both are located in the southern portion of the Great Rift Valley.
Today dignitaries from the Maa community congregated at Olopirik Farm, Narok West to bid farewell to the late mother of former labour chief administrative secretary and UDA gubernatorial candidate Patrick Ole Ntutu. The late centenarian, Nataana Enole Ntutu who was born in 1927 breathed her last on 13th at Nairobi Hospital where she was receiving medical treatment.
Narok governor yesterday faced a rough time while trying to address the Narok locals. Samuel Ole Tunai is also an aspiring Senator for the county. In a video that has been circulating online, the vocal governor is seen to have just arrived at Olorropil center and the heckling immediately begins.
Narok County is a county in Kenya with an estimated population of 1,157,873 in 2019, with the dominant ethnic groups being the Maasai and Kalenjin. Its capital and largest town is Narok, it is also situated in the southern part of the Great Rift Valley, It is also led by hon Samuel Ole Tunai.
The two major ethnic groups in Kenya's Narok County are the Maasai and the Kalenjin, and it is anticipated that this county would have a sizable population. Along with having Narok as its capital and major town, it is also presided over by Hon Samuel Ole Tunai.
The president, governors, senators, women representatives, members of Parliament, and county assemblies will all be up for election in the general elections on August 9, 2022, which will take place 38 days from now. Kenyans will use this opportunity to exercise their democratic right to vote for the political leaders they want to lead their nation for the ensuing five years, beginning in 2027.
The incumbent Ledama Olekina plans to run for reelection on the Orange Democratic Movement party ticket, making the campaign for the Senate seat representing Narok county fiercely competitive. The incumbent governor Samuel Ole Tunai, who will fly the banner for the United Democratic Alliance party, will be a formidable rival to him.
Senator Ledema Olekina is seeking reelection into the office of Senator in Narok County. Senator Ledama was elected into office in the last General elections that were conducted in 2017. Senator Ledema has been busy traversing different parts of Narok County in his bid for a senatorial position.
Deputy president William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza team have started their day by touring Narok county for an important event. This county was earlier believed to be a strong hold of former prime minister Raila Odinga despite being in Rift valley but deputy president William Ruto also enjoys massive support in the area.
National assembly speaker Justin Muturi is scheduled today to lead county economic forum in Narok county. This forum will bring together all stakeholders from the county for a consultative meeting. Muturi who doubles as Democratic party of Kenya party leader has already touched down in the county ready for today activities.
The race for Narok county senatorial seat will be a highly contested one, with the incumbent Ledama Olekina eyeing his reelection via Orange Democratic Movement party ticket. He will face a fierce competition from the current governor Samuel Ole Tunai who will fly the United Democratic Alliance party flag.
The Kenya Kwanza team was today headed to Narok county for campaigns led by their party Leader William Ruto. Ruto, the UDA presidential flagbearer was accompanied by ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Moses, Samuel Ole Tunai, Soipan Tuya among others. Ruto, being Raila's competitor in the presidential elections, was selling his political agenda in Narok during the launching of Mheshimiwa John Ololtuaa's parliamentary bid in Kilgoris.
Today in the evening, the president of the republic of Kenya hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and the Ethiopian prime minister Dr Abiy are. Said to have made an impromptu visit within Nairobi county. As seen from the publication shared by Emoo fm through their official facebook page, hon Uhuru Kenyatta drove himself to Uhuru gardens where he Joined thousands of Kenyans who had gone to witness the majestic airshow which was performed by the KDF soldiers.
Ledama Ole Kina Alleges that DP Ruto Todays Rally in Narok Had Hired Crowd Ferried From Other Places
Today, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto toured Narok county in the move to woo Maasai community to support his presidential bid. Ruto was accompanied by top politicians and government leaders allied to him such as Aden Duale, governor Samuel Ole Tunai, Isaac Rutto, speaker Justin Muturi, Amason Kingi among many more.
Chama cha Mashinani party leader and former bomet county governor has today accompanied the Kenya Kwanza coalition to Narok county today. Ruto who is seeking for gubernatorial seat in his party has drum up the support of the Kenyan Kwanza aspirants in Narok county. He asked the people to support William Ruto's bottom up economic model.
The Narok senator has claimed that Narok county is fully locked in the Azimio coalition. This was after he led a battery of Azimio leaders in Olchorok, Narok county. The leaders who had accompanied him included Junet Mohammed, Peter Kenneth, and Maina Kamanda. Senator Ledama olekina also took time to ask the Narok people to elect him to the senate in the August polls.
Hon Ole Ntutu, Woman Representative Soipan Tuya & DP William Ruto. (Photo courtesy). Political analysts argue that Narok County will be a battleground ground during the August general elections. This is to mean that Deputy President William Ruto and Hon Raila Odinga are equally popular in the area and so anyone of them can outweigh the other.
Politicians are burning nighttime oil in campaigns as they seek voter support in the approaching general elections, with the polls in August only two months away. Some people are now campaigning into the wee hours of the morning in order to cover as much territory as possible. Narok County governor Samuel Ole Tunai, who is seeking re-election to the Senate after serving two terms as governor, had a horrible day in office yesterday.
With two months until the highly anticipated August elections, the William Ruto-led UDA party is expected to win all of the senior elective seats in Narok county, according to the most recent opinion surveys conducted by Mizani Africa. According to the market research firm, UDA gubernatorial candidate Patrick Ole Ntutu has a lead of 59.5 percent over his major competitor, seasoned politician Moitalel Ole Kenta (37.8%), who is running on an ODM party ticket for the same seat.