Photo courtesy of Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika. Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika reacts to a widening gap from the most recent mizani polls for Nakuru gubernatorial race ahead of the August general election. Conceivably, She is among the top contestants for the seat as she faces off against the incumbent governor of Azimio la Umoja Coalition Lee Kinyanjui, and other competitors.
Susan Kihika and Kimani Ngunjiri, who both belong to the UD Party, have recently had disagreements. This is because Lee Kinyanjui, Susan Kihika's opponent for the Nkuru County governorship, and the Bhuti Member of Parliament have not bothered Susan Kihika in any way. For this reason, Susan Kihika and Kimani Ngunjiri have been at war with one another, and it came to a head when Ngunjiri asserted that Kihika was unfit to manage a nation like Nkuru, which now had a metropolis.While that is true, there has been
Susan Njeri has narrated her painful story of how she became a surrogate for a gay couple and they later turned against her and gave her abortion pills without her consent which almost led to her death. Susan was born and brought up in Nyahururu,when she was still schooling she lost a biology book that she said led to her marriage.After loosing the book she had lost,she was sent home to get a new one.
Although both Kimani Ngunjiri and Susan Kihika are members of the UDA party, they have not been getting along well in recent days. That is because the Bahati Member of Parliament has been meeting Kihika's competitor in the Nakuru county gubernatorial race Lee Kinyanjui, something that has not been impressing Susan Kihika.
With prominent politicians doing everything in their power to woo supporters to their camp, Kenya's political arena is already buzzing with political activities.On the same note, Nakuru County has not been left behind as Senator Susan Kihika, DP Ruto's close ally, is leaving no stone unturned to try to outmaneuver incumbent Governor Lee Kinyanjui who is an affiliate of Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja.In that context, Nakuru residents were looking forward to a bruising battle when KTN's Ken Mijungu organized a
Latest opinion poll results is showing that Susan Kihika is the most preferred Gubernatorial Candidate in Nakuru County ahead of this year's general elections. According to the Mizani Africa latest Opinion Poll Results If elections are held today, Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika would win gubernatorial contest with 58.1% ratings, followed by Incumbent Lee Kinyanjui with 35.1%
Susan Kihika is a Kenyan politician who is one of the country's most powerful women. After a successful performance in the Nakuru county senate seat, Susan Kihika believes she is more suited and ready to take the next step and become governor of Nakuru. Susan Kihika hasn't been as vocal lately, and she hasn't been as involved in previous campaigns in support of Deputy President William Ruto. This has prompted conjecture about her future, but she finally spoke out today in a late-night announcement, announcing
Susan Kihika, a senator from Nakuru, replies to a widening gap in the most recent mizani surveys for the race for governor of that city before the general election in August. She may be one of the top candidates for the job as she faces off against Lee Kinyanjui, the current governor of the Azimio la Umoja Coalition, and other opponents.
Being an electioneering period, politicians from different political divides have hit their respective grounds in a bid to drum up support for their political ambitions On Friday 17, hopeful Governor and incumbent Nakuru County Senator Susan Kihika took her campaigns to Kuresoi North Constituency(Kamara) in a bid to drum up support for her gubernatorial bid ahead of the August race.
According to the most recent opinion poll data, Susan Kihika is the candidate for governor in Nakuru County who is most popular ahead of this year's general elections. According to the most recent results of the Mizani Africa Opinion Poll With 58.1 percent vote, Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika would defeat incumbent Lee Kinyanjui, who would receive 35.1 % vote, to win the governor's race if voting were to take place today.
The latest poll results show Susan Kihika as the most preferred candidate for governor in Nakuru County ahead of this year's general election. According to the results of the latest Mizani Africa poll, if the elections are held today, Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika would win the race for governor with 58.1% of the vote, followed by incumbent Lee Kinyanjui with 35.1%.
Nakuru Gubernatorial race is between five candidates; United Democratic Alliance candidate Honorable Susan Kihika, Jubilee Party candidate Lee Kinyanjui, independent candidates Gitau Ibrahim Karanja, Stanley Karanja and James Kiarie Mungai. However, the two major candidates are honourable Susan Kihika and Lee Kinyanjui. According to the latest report by the Mizani pollsters, the UDA Candidate Honorable Susan Kihika is leading the race by 58.1% while her closest competitor, Lee Kinyanjui, has settled in the 2nd position with 35.1%.
Photo courtesy of Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika A petitioner writes to IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati to halt Nakuru county senator Susan Kihika's gubernatorial bid ahead of the August general election. Susan Kihika is a United Democratic Alliance (UDA) brigade from the Rift Valley region and she strives to defend her ambition. This petition comes a few days after Senator Johnson Sakaja was involved in the same incident on allegations against their bids. However, the Deputy President's United Democratic Alliance
Susan Kihika, a senator from Nakuru, has run into a new roadblock in her campaign to become the county's governor after a petition was filed to stop her. In a petition to Chairman Wafula Chebukati of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, Joseph Njuguna wants Susan Kihika stopped in her tracks since she is not a Kenyan citizen.
If you frequently visit social media pages you must have come across Moses Kuria at some point. He is a social media influencer and a politician who is well grounded to be distracted by neysayers. Moses is the leader of chama Cha kazi political party which is under kenya kwanza coalition lead by deputy president William samoei ruto.
Ken Mijungu of KTN held Nakuru gubernatorial debate.As usual Kenyans expected to listen to her highness Susan Kihika who is UDA gubernatorial candidate for Nakuru county.Unfortunately she missed the debate. Kenyans have been disappointed after she missed it and as usual Susan Kihika took her wars to Ken Mijungi who she claims laid to Kenyans about Susan attending the debate.
Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Hon Moses Kuria joined Nakuru County Senator Susan Kihika at Nakuru County. The meeting was concentrating on vote hunt and popularity gain by United Democratic Alliance (UDA) team. Rigathi Gachagua, the UDA deputy presidential candidate was also in attendance.
Susan Kihika is working as a senator, and she is representing Nakuru county. She is doing well in leadership, and many people are happy with her. She will be contesting for gubernatorial seat, if we reach election day on August 9th. She wants to unseat governor Lee Kinyanjui, so that she can head her county.
Joseph Kimani Njuguna has brought a complaint to Independent Electoral and Bountaries Commission Chairman Wafula Chebukati. He wants IEBC to stopped Susan Kihika Gurbanatoral bid because she claimed that, Kihika is not a Kenyan Citizen. According to Citizens News, Njuguna claimed that Susan Kihika renounced her Kenyan citizenship in 2003 and acquired the United States of America citizenship.
Media Personality Jane Ngoiri has lit up the Internet after sharing a photo of a man's Obituary on a news paper, showing the deceased had a Wife, a Dedicated Partner as well as the love of his life Online.In a post on her Twitter page on Monday evening, the former ntv kenya Swahili news anchor shared the photo where the deceased named Robert Mbuthia Gichuru is indicated to have had a Wife named Stella Mbuthia, a decidated partner named Susan Githogo as well as the love of his life named Olive Githogo, Details which have left Netizens in surprise.