Kesses Member of Parliament Dr. Swarup Mishra now says he is confident of reelection in Tuesday’s general election. Speaking to the press he says he will garner over 75 percent of the votes. “After campaigning for over three months and reaching the electorates I am confident that I will be reelected for my second term in office, will get over 75 percent support from my electorates,” said the Kesses Member of Parliament.
Despite an attempt from section of tangatanga trying to paint him as a bad Dr Mishra continues warming hearts of many Kenyans. The first time MP has left many talking after fulfilling his pledge of implementing the second phase of one cow initiative. The project that is funded by his own kitty has seen families who are unable to own a cow having a privilege to own it.
With less than 13 days to go before the country heads to the polls some politicians are busy putting their houses in order. This latest bid to consolidate their strongholds has seen independent candidates bear the brunt of brutal attacks. The independent candidates are allowed to participate and should not be threatened nor intimidated.
Notable Kesses constituency Member of Parliament Swarup Mishra, his team and his supporters have been drawn into a sombre mood following the sudden death of the MP's bodyguard who was involved in a grisly road accident. The security personnel who has been identified as Joel Koech met his death on Saturday night after he was involved in a road crash.
Kesses parliamentary aspirant on UDA party ticket Julius Ruto has been involved in a road accident. Through his official Facebook page he wrote "I got involved yesterday with my crew in car accident along the Kabore / Moi University route. We escape with minor injuries and we are recuperating well.
Kesses member of parliament Dr. Swarup Mishra has refuted claims by his competitors that CDF funda has been embezzled. Speaking to the press during the burial ceremony of Emmanuel Kiprop Sawe one of his staff the Kesses legislature said no single cent has been stolen. “It is sad that some people are peddling lies that the CDF funds have been embezzled, I want to say here categorically that I can account for every single cent and that residents should just take it as mere lies,” said the Kesses legislator while speaking to the press.
Kesses Member of Parliament Dr Swarup Mishra has finally reacted after the deputy president William Ruto asked his constituency residents not to vote him on an independent party ticket and vote the UDA candidate Julius Ruto. Mishra said that he has no grudge with the second in command and therefore urged netetizens to vote him and Ruto as the fifth of Kenya.
DP William Ruto is one of the politician known for attracting huge crowd that has seen him giving other politicians sleeples nights . In Uasin-Gishu County politics Kesses MP Dr Swarup Mishra is one aspirant causing political earthquake in Uasin-Gishu politics following his prowess in pulling huge crowd. As election is expected to be held in fews days Dr Mishra is proving to be darling to many residents following his standing performance records .
Taifa leo Analysts have weighed in on The accusations and counter accusations between the director of criminal Investigations and independent electoral and boundaries commission. According to pundits, the trend whereby the DCI has cast aspersions on the IEBC's ability to deliver on a credible poll isn't anything new because it has happened in the previous elections where one side always doubts the ability of IEBC.
Troubled Kesses Member of Parliament Swarup Mishra today on the 6th Wednesday launched a series of campaigns across the constituency in a bid to strengthen his journey of defending his parliamentary seat. Mishra conveys made of heavy guzzlers, trucks, influencers, and top Kalenjin songbirds and he traversed the areas of Lemololok, Ketiplong, Kesses town and Chepkoiyo villages to meet and speak to the residents to vote for him in the upcoming August 9th general polls.
Kesses MP Dr Swarup Mishra has dismissed allegations that he has swindle CDF funds in his constituency. Speaking recently in his constituency the first time legislator claimed the CDF are safe under his leadership. "I want to assure the residents of Kesses to dismiss the propaganda going on alleging the funds has been embezzled I want to assure you that your funds are in safe hands"said Dr Swarup Mishra.
Deputy President William Samoei Rutto has urged Uasin Gishu residents to vote UDA party cand9idates in the August polls. Speaking during his tour in Moiben and Kesses the deputy president warned residents against voting for independent party candidates. “I want to urge Uasin Gishu resident that come August lets vote leaders from our UDA p[arty since it will be easier for me to run our Kenya Kwanza government since we will have the numbers but if you give me independent MPs our government agenda will be stalled,” said the deputy president while addressing Kesses residents.
With less than 65 days to the August 9 General Election, a titanic political showdown is looming in Kesses Constituency in Uasin Gishu County as aspirants jostle for votes to represent the residents in the next 13th Parliament. The constituency is currently being represented by Hon Swarup Mishra Kiprop Chelule who was overwhelmingly elected in the 2017 general elections after flooring 5 aspirants.
It is indisputable that the April United Democratic Alliance(UDA's) party's preliminaries will play a major role in the Rift Valley 9th August elections outcome as a result of Deputy President William Ruto's political supremacy in the region. Although the majority of those awarded the party's ticket will find it easy sailing through the main contest, a section of their counterparts will find it rough after IEBC recently cleared some powerful and influential figures as their opponent candidates.
Embattled Kesses Member of Parliament Swarup Mishra has completely tossed himself into the battleground as he campaigns hard to defend his parliamentary seat on an independent party ticket. Mishra who is believed to have been propelled to the current legislative house by Deputy President William Ruto fell out with the second in command during the bitter Jubilee party wrangle where Ruto and his allies were forced out of the party.
Even after the flag bearer of Kenya's president, Kwanza, advised supporters in his constituency not to vote for him again on August 9, Kesses MP Dr Swarup Mishra claims he has no animosity against Deputy President William Ruto. Dr Mishra asked Kesses citizens to vote for Dr Ruto as President and as a Member of Parliament on an independent ticket when speaking to his electorates.
Kesses Member of Parliament Swarup Mishra. (Photo courtesy). Kesses Member of Parliament was first elected to the National Assembly in the 2017 general elections. The legistor who is a career doctor contested on a Jubilee Party ticket and was backed by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Samoei Ruto.
Political temperatures in the country have continued to rise and all the politicians who are eyeing various seats in the country are doing everything to be elected in the August polls. In Uasin Gishu County which is perceived to be DP Ruto's stronghold hold, things are turning hot as Kesses MP Swarup Mishra launch his campaign in style.
With less than 13 days until the country goes to the polls, some politicians are busy cleaning up their houses. Independent candidates have been subjected to vicious attacks in their latest attempt to consolidate their strongholds. Independent candidates are welcome to run and should not be threatened or intimidated.
Dr. Swarup Mishra says he has no malice against Deputy President William Ruto, even though he advised voters in his constituency not to re-elect him on August 9. Dr. Mishra asked Kesses voters on Sunday to vote for Dr. Ruto as President and him as their MP. "Ruto and I are OK.