Photo Courtesy. When parents send their children to school, they always hope that their young ones will put in a spirited fight to see that they achieve academically as they persue to make their day to day lives better. At school however, children are subjected to different environmental settings that lead them to behave more less than their elders expected of them.
Second term Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina is the new Senate Deputy Minority Whip. The Narok Senator replaces ODM Secretary General and Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna who had been announced earlier. Observers wondered how Sifuna, a first term senator, had bagged the powerful position leaving out more ranking members.
New Details Emerge Why Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna Given A Last Minute Shocker, Replaced By Olekina
New details emerged why Nairobi Senator Hon. Edwin Sifuna was given a last minute shocker and replaced by Narok Senator Hon. Ole Kina Ledama. The vocal legislator was replaced by his ODM partner in the latest announcement made by Hon. Amason Kingi, the speaker of the Senate.
Azimio Want Murkomen to Resign Claiming that He Should be Out of Parliament After Cabinet Nomination
Following the debate on who between Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition and Kenya Kwanza Alliance would take the majority side in senate, Raila's camp attempted to raise a case that Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen should be out of parliament after being nominated by President Ruto into Cabinet.
Fresh details emerged why Nairobi Senator Hon. Edwin Sifuna was given a last minute shocker and replaced by Narok County Senator Hon. Ledama Olekina. On Tuesday 4th October 2022, speaker of the Senate Hon. Amason Kingi announced a new list of leaders from Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition which replaced Edwin Sifuna with Ole Kina Ledama.
On Tuesday, during their second meeting since the start of the 13th parliament, members of parliament began debating President William Ruto' s joint address to the Senate and the National Assembly, which occurred last Thursday. A group of parliamentarians who are part of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp praised the president during their testimony for the accomplishments he has made in the first three weeks since becoming Kenya's fifth president.
After reading the most recent post made by a strong Rift Valley politician, the most pressing concern that has arisen is, "What's cooking?" This is Nick Salat, a former Member of Parliament for Bomet East. He is a close associate of Gideon Moi and currently serves as the Secretary General of KANU, a party that is led by Moi, who previously served in the Senate for Baringo.
This afternoon, President William Ruto paid a spur-of-the-moment visit to Parliament. According to reports, Ruto had lunch with the National Assembly and Senate Speakers, Moses Wetang'ula and Adam Kingi, in the members' lounge. Many Kenyans were moved by President William Ruto's action, among them Wambugu Ngunjiri, who shared his thoughts on his official Facebook page, as quoted below;
President William Ruto had lunch with parliamentarians on Wednesday after making an impromptu trip to the house precincts. The Head of State visited Parliament after initiating the shipping of Kenyan tea to Accra, Ghana, as part of the Guided Trade Initiative for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) (KICC).
Kenya Kwanza coalition Led by President William Ruto,have won in gaining control of both the National Assembly speaker and Senate speaker and the only thing that remains for them to fulfill so that Ruto can execute his duties without much resistance is winning the majority status in Parliament.
After every new members of the house of senate and Members of National Assembly, Depending on which party is in power, one party leader serves as majority leader and the other as minority leader. The majority leader serves as the spokesperson for the party that holds the most seats in the Senate.
Image: Ledama Ole Kina and Raila Odinga The names of the House leadership were officially announced by Senate Speaker Amason Kingi on Tuesday. Ledama Ole Kina of Narok, who was named the Senate's deputy minority whip, praised his party's leader Raila Odinga for the appointment after the announcement.
Curiosity enters Azimio One Kenya coalition camp as President William Ruto makes surprise visits to Parliament today, when legislators were on session. Courtesy Through his twitter publication, Senator Ledama Ole Kina claim President William Ruto today's visits in parliament is an indication he wants parliamentary system of government.
The names of the House leadership were officially announced by Senate Speaker Amason Kingi on Tuesday. Ledama Ole Kina of Narok, who was named the Senate's deputy minority whip, praised his party's leader Raila Odinga for the appointment after the announcement. The outspoken senator assured Raila in a tweet that he will follow through.
Kakamega county senator Honourable Boni Khalwale has now revealed the first major win Kenya Kwanza senators registered today during their first session in the Senate. Taking to his Twitter account on Tuesday night, the recently crowned Majority Whip who made a comeback after going to political cold since 2017 maintained that the dominating coalition in the Senate remains Kenya Kwanza.
Speaker Wetangula Reveals When He Will Deliver Ruling on Who is Majority Leader of National Assembly
The majority leadership of Parliament is still u for contention after the Members of The National Assembly debated over the matter the entirety of the afternoon when the resumed the house matters. The Senate on the other hand, with Speaker Amason Kingi, had no problems with identifying the leader and thus appointing the members to the various available posts.
The United Democratic Movement (UDM) party head has sent a brief statement to the Azimio coalition, which he utilized to run for Senate in the previous election in Mandera county and win. In spite of the political register still being firm that all parties on the Azimio side, including United Democratic Movement, Maendeleo Chap Chap, and Pamoja African Alliance, which had already joined Ruto's camp, are still intact, the UDM leader and his members decided to join the Kenya Kwanza coalition after the announcement of the presidential results and publicly signed an agreement with this coalition.
Shortly after breaking the deadlock over who holds the majority between the Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp and the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, the Speaker of the Senate, Amason Kingi, officially confirmed the house leadership. Photo Courtesy In a point of order, the Azimio claimed that the KKA had lost its majority status after President William Ruto named two of its senators—Soipan Tuya, a nominated senator, and Elgeyo Marakwet, a senator—to his cabinet.Kingi, who made the decision, stated that because he has not received a resignation from the two senators, KKA continues to have the majority.Introducing the majority leader of the parliament, Senator Aaron Cheruiyot of Kericho, who will be assisted by Senator Tabitha Karanja of Nakuru.Senator Boni Khalwale of Kakamega will take over as majority whip, and Steve Lelegwe of Samburu will serve as his deputy.
The senate speaker Amason Kingi has announced its majority and minority leaders after its first plenary sitting. Kericho senator Aaron Cheruiyot is the senates Majority leader. He has been deputized by Nakuru senator Tabitha Karanja. Kakamega senator Bonny Khalwale is senate majority whip and has been deputized by Samburu's senator Ltumbesi Lelegwe.
The fight for control of the National Assembly and Senate is over as Ruto's Allies defeated Azimio to capture the top seats. Who has more fans among Raila and Ruto has been the subject of debate. The old PM team believes that they are legally in charge of the Parliament, but the Kenya Kwanzaa Team was successful in gaining the backing of independent MPs, which allowed them to grow in numbers.