The move by Uhuru Kenyatta to rally Mt.Kenya behind Raila Odinga seems not enough to pay the political debt between the Luos and the Kikuyu communities. In a deep and emotional narration and take by Raila Odinga's right-hand MP and ODM long-serving legislator. Their community have continued to suffer serious impacts of unwarranted political hate for Raila Odinga by other communities.
Photo Courtesy; Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo was missing when Ruto's CS arrived in his constituency for a key event attended by a number of leaders. CS ICT Eliud Owalo arrived in Aram Market, in Rarieda Sub County in Siaya County under tight security for a food distribution programme.
Today in the national assembly, when the parliamentary proceedings were going on, Millie Odhiambo the legislature for Suba North shocked many parliamentarians after he turned up in a fancy dressing that cought the attention of the rest of the members. The outspoken Mp had worn a tight fitting pair of jeans that seemed detriment to the house code of conduct.
Suba North lawmaker Millie Odhiambo is an elated woman after being elected to an international committee.Millie Odhiambo confirmed that she has been elected to the Human Rights Committee of the Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU). She says that the Kenya Parliamentary team at Kigali(both the senate and national assembly) lobbied for her in absentia.
Suba North member of parliament Millie Odhiambo has hit at those questioning her for not carrying a Bible during swearing in. She told them that she has never carried a Bible in all the five instances she has been in parliament. She was a nominated lawmaker once, she has also been an elected MP in the Pan African parliament and has been elected thrice as Suba North member of parliament.
Millie./courtesy. Suba North constituency member of Parliament Millie Odhiambo is one of the most influential female politician in Kenya, and she has a very interesting story. Millie was born in the year 1966 on 1st of November, therefore she is growing older. She was born in Homa bay county, and she is the fourth born in a family of eight children.
Suba North member of parliament Millie Odhiambo has revealed that she has not watched news in months and that it was finally refreshing for her to watch one of the channels today. You are probably wondering why not watching news becomes such a big deal? Well, a number of supporters allied to ODM party leader Raila Odinga confessed that they lost interest in politics and news after the August loss to William Ruto.
Juliana Cherera and other dissenting commissioners are likely to be removed from office. The justice and legal affairs committee has 14 days to make recommendations on their fate. The National Assembly received four petitions seeking the removal of the four dissenting IEBC commissioners. The four commissioners are those who disputed the presidential results announced by IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati.
Kenyans have reacted after Mbita member of parliament Millie Odhiambo posted this on her Facebook page. Through her official Facebook she wrote "I have never used the Bible for swearing all the 5 times in Parliament. 1 as nominated. 3 as elected MP Suba North and 1 as elected MP Pan African Parliament.
As a result of her decision to forego carrying a Bible at her oath-taking today, Millie Odhiambo has responded to assertions that she is an atheist. In her five instances of taking the oath of office, Millie of Imagine emphasized that she never carried a Bible. Millie has been elected to the Pan African Assembly once, nominated to the legislature once, and elected to the Suba North legislature three times.
Suba North lawmaker Millie Odhiambo has hit out at those who are using the Bible to justify polygamy. He has urged them to remember the story of the woman at the well in the Bible who had seven husbands. He then finishes by telling them to zero graze.
Kidero Win For The First Time After Latest Court Directive About Disputed Homa Bay Gubernatorial Race
On Tuesday, the 22nd, the High Court in Homa Bay made its first major directive concerning the petition that was filed before it by former Nairobi governor Evans Kidero challenging the victory of Gladys Wanga in the August gubernatorial election. The petition challenged the victory of Gladys Wanga in the August gubernatorial election.
The reality TV show Miss President just like the normal election is getting serious backing from the political class. The program is molding and bringing out refined politicians, as 3 of the season one nominees got elected to different positions in the general election. One of the top 6 finalists in the Season two program has received overwhelming backing from top politicians increasing her chances of going home with the crown.
The petition Evans Kidero, a former governor of Nairobi, brought before the High Court in Homa Bay, challenging Gladys Wanga's victory in the August gubernatorial election, received its first major directive on Tuesday, the 22nd. The petition questioned Gladys Wanga's victory in the gubernatorial election in August.
Suba North member of parliament Millie Odhiambo has sounded an alarm over a post made on Wycliffe Oparanya's Facebook page. She has warned the public that unknown persons have gained access of the ODM party leader's Facebook account and made a post urging the people to elect Kenya Kwanza's Cleopas Malala as governor.
In contrast to Jubilee MPs who were ruthlessly ousted, a handful of ODM MPs gained favor with their constituents and were granted the opportunity to serve once more. The winners of the MP seats have already begun to be announced by returning officers across the nation, and more results will continue to come in throughout the day.
Hounerable Moses Wetangula, a former senator for Bungoma County, has now spoken out after being elected speaker of the National Assembly. Wetangula, who was battling with Kenneth Marende of Azimio La Umoja to seize control of the house, is ecstatic that he has finally given Kenyans access to his speech.
Gladys Wanga who is a former area member of parliament for Suba south constituency has just won the gubernatorial seat for Homabay county.Gladys Wanga who was endorsed by Azimio la Umoja's Orange Democratic Movement party has triumphantly won the seat against her closest rival Mr Evans Kidero who came second.
Moses Wetangula, a former senator for Bungoma County, has now spoken out after being elected speaker of the National Assembly. Wetangula, who was battling with Kenneth Marende of Azimio La Umoja to seize control of the house, is ecstatic that he has finally given Kenyans access to his speech.
Yesterday took the wrangles in the Orange Democratic Movement party to a notch higher, this is after some of the party members claimed that their counterparts are being awarded positions that were reserved for them. Embakasi East member of parliament Babu Owino took it to social media to complain that nominated member of parliament John Mbadi has come down from the position of the leader of majority to take that of PAC chair which was reserved for him, he promised to fight for it and youths to get their rightful share in the party after sacrificing much and spent much resources.