The truth is now slowly emerging after a crucial meeting between Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party officials and Jubilee Party senior officials yesterday that had left more questions than answers. The meeting was attended by Jubilee party vice chairperson David Murathe, secretary general Raphael Tuju, ODM party secretary general Edwin Sifuna and Suna East member of parliament Junet Mohamed.
Junet Mohammed courtesy Facebook Suna East member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohamed has responded after he attacked by senior counsel lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi. SC Ahmednassir while reacting to Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka's ultimatum to President Uhuru Kenyatta's and Raila Odinga over their calls for NASA re-union. Ahmednassir who has shown openly the desire to support deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto had lauded Musyoka's conditions saying he was being bold and not like other Odinga allies like Junet Mohamed who cannot dare speak against their ODM boss.
Suna East Member Of Parliament Hon. Junet Mohammed has revealed finer details about a meeting held today between Jubilee's Part leaders and of leaders. While speaking to KTN News on Thursday night to Sophia Wanuna, Junet Mohammed told kenyans to expect big things to be announced soon.
Suna East Member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohammed and a close ally to Raila Odinga has viciously attacked Deputy President Wiliam Ruto as Mathira Member of Parliament plead with President Uhuru to spare his Deputy and allies. In a report via the Star, Junet Mohammed has informed that if DP Ruto feels that he has no confidence in his boss, instead of penning down criticism via his social media then he should humbly resign.
Earlier Today, A section of President Kenyatta allies with those of Raila Odinga held close door meeting. Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju, Deputy Chairman David Murathe met ODM's Junet Mohammed. While speaking to KTN television, Suna East Legislator revealed that the agenda of the event was to history of hanshake since 2018.
Section 22 of the Elections Act, 2011 requires all candidates vying for Parliamentary and County Assembly positions to hold a Bachelor's degree. Collage Photo of Oscar Sudi(top), Kimani Ngunjiri(bottom left) and Junet Mohamed(right) [Photo/The_Corridors] It has been revealed that a total of 40 Members of Parliament and Thousands of Members of County Assemblies are not resting easy over the requirement that has now put their political careers in jeopardy.
Suna East MP Junet Mohamed said ODM and Jubilee need to improve their relationship in front of the 2022 General Election. President Uhuru Kenyatta and previous PM Raila Odinga's partners held a gathering at a Nairobi inn to create an alliance bargain As per reports, Uhuru proclaimed that he will pick his 2022 replacement from among the NASA chiefs in the event that they join together and concur on a solitary applicant.
Suna East MP Junet Mohamed courtesy Ksnt.com Suna East member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohamed has broken silence after President Uhuru Kenyatta launched a scathing attack at Judiciary following their decision to declare constitution amendment process through BBI drive unconstitutional. Senior counsel lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi had in his earlier reaction bashed the president speech of attacking the president saying it was uncalled for.
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has changed tune on the Building Bridges Initiative revealing why the document is illegal. According to Cleophas Malala, he has said that the BBI is not a popular initiative as alleged by some leaders explaining that the reason why most of the Senators, as well as Members of Parliament, passed the document is due to their Party's pressure.
Suna East Mp Junet Mohammed, a very close ally of ODM leader Raila Odinga has claimed Deputy president William Ruto will not win 2022 general election . According to Junet , Ruto can't beat Mr Odinga in 2022 and also no presidential candidate has ever won the elections on his first attempt .
There are a lot of reactions on social media about president Uhuru's Madaraka day speech. A section of Kenyans have a feeling that the president was lecturing the Judiciary an the BBI bill. The president today focused his speech on BBI and asked the judiciary to consider Kenyans before making a ruling.
Suna East Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohamed has penned a powerful message shortly after a meeting at State House ahead of the 1st June Madaraka Day expected to take place in Kisumu County. This year, Kisumu County will be hosting the National holiday occasion which comes after the 11th Annual Mashujaa day 2020 celebrations that took place at Gusii Stadium, Kisii County.
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The world is set to celebrate the international albinism awareness day tomorrow on 13th. Albinism is an issue that most people in the society need to be educated on. Mwaura, the Chairperson of Albinism Society of Kenya has opened up about the challenges he faced for being an albino.
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Suna East constituency member of parliament Hon. Junet Mohamed a vocal Orange Democratic Movement party member and an ardent supporter of the former prime minister Hon. Raila Odinga, was among those who accompanied president Uhuru Kenyatta to Ethiopia to witness the issuance of the operating licence to Safaricom.
Suna East member of Parliament Honerable Junet Mohammed has shared a screenshot of Elgeiyo Marakwet senator Honerable Kipchumba Murkomen Tweet some years back. From the tweet, Murkomen typed something on the judiciary after Justice David Maraga nullified president Kenyatta win in 2017. He claimed that there will be no time again that the suprime court will never have luxury will to overturn people wish.
Courtesy Suna East Member of Parliament Honorable also Raila Odinga close ally,Junet Mohamed has made a remark following President Kenyatta's meeting with Luo elected leaders ahead of this year Madaraka Day Celebration in Kisumu at newly constructed Kenyatta international Stadium. Courtesy The meeting held at the state house bringing together leader including, President Kenyatta, Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi, Cs Education Magoha, Senate Minority leader James Orengo among other nyanza regional Governors
Suna East member of parliament Junet Muhammed has once again issued fresh details alleging the reason why DP Ruto will not win the next general elections. Via a report by the daily nation the national assembly minority leader and close ally of Raila Odinga has alleged that Ruto has no possibility of winning the presidential election saying that no presidential contender has ever won in his first attempt.
Shortly after president Uhuru met with Nyanza leaders for the preparation of the 1st June Madaraka Day, Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Muhammed sent a very powerful message to the leaders and the nation as a whole. Even though the building bridges initiative bill is still pending awaiting the court of appeal to decide on its case, Junet has remained optimistic that everything is possible but more importantly issued an encouraging and inspiring message saying that no national remains at war with itself and prosper.
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Suna East Member of Parliament honorable Junet Mohammed was among the leaders who accompanied Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga in Ukambani region Makueni county to attend the requiem mass of former Kibwezi member of Parliament late Richard Kalembe. While delivering his last speech, the flamboyant politician said that he remembers late Ndile as a true leader who always stuck to his principles.
Today elected leaders from Nyanza region were hosted by president Uhuru Kenyatta in State House Nairobi. The leaders held consultative discussion about the region's development. The meeting was presided by president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga. Leaders from the region were also given an opportunity to air their issues and opinions to the head of state.