Photo Courtesy. In the last few days, we have witnessed a growing feud between Citizen TV of royal media and Ruto's Tanga Tanga group. Politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto have been Accusing the station of being biased against the Deputy President. Problems started after Citizen TV ran a headline claiming that the Deputy President's motorcade had been stoned during his visit to Nyeri over the weekend.
Citizen Tv journalist Trevor Ombija held an interview with Gladys Shollei, Chris Wamalwa and senator Sylvia Kasanga concerning the politics in the country. The Uasin Gishu County Woman Representative Gladys Boss lamented that they were kicked out of Jubilee but she believes in their agenda that was let down in March 2018 after the Handshake when the focus became constitutional change
The best retirement one can ever get is to invest. Once you invest in real estate you can rest assured that your future is secured. The 24-story show that sits on a 1.8-part of land top-notch property group in Nairobi's Westlands area, overwhelming its neighbours is an unbelievable sight. Individuals who have had the enjoyment of entering the monster Ksh4 billion Le Mac summit would battle that the view from inside is twice as amazing. Right when Mark Properties Limited brought forth entering Westland's horizon
[Photo/Courtesy] Tension have been high since the reports by a local daily that President Uhuru Kenyatta declared he will support one of the NASA chiefs if they unite ahead of the 2022 election. Deputy President William Ruto and his allies have been in the forefront expressing their disappointments and concerns about the reports.
Kiminini member of parliament Hon Chris Wamalwa has added his weight on the NASA politics as he claim that NASA is coming to an end. Speaking in an interview at Citizen TV alongside Nominated Senator Sylvia Kasanga, Senator Moses Kajwang and their host Sam Gituku he alleged that he can't rule out that they can't work with Odm but claims they have arrears with CORD.
Kiminini Member of Parliament, Chris Wamalwa was today hosted by Trevor Ombija of Citizen TV alongside Uasin Gishu woman representative Gladys Boss Shollei and nominated senator, Sylvia Kasanga. They were in for a discussion on the upcoming general elections and generally the country's politics. The Ford Kenya staunch supporter had the following in store for the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta toured Ukambani region this month for a development tour. He launched Thwake multipurpose dam in Makueni and Konza Technology city. He also visited Machakos county where he launched several mega projects. The president didn't visit Kitui county despite been part of Ukambani region.
Justice And Legal Affairs Committee Co-chair Okongo Omogeni has informed about slight changes in the Building Bridges Initiative revealing the name of the team that will make corrections.In an interview with TV 4, Senator Okongo Omogeni has said that it's true that the BBI bills that were served in the Counties had typing errors.
Eloquent and outspoken Homabay senator, Moses Kajwang, was hosted today by Sam Gituku on Citizen TV morning, and was in the presence of fellow leaders, Chris Wamalwa and Sylvia Kasanga. Wamalwa gave a strong proposition concerning ODM'S involvement in political coalitions. According to him, the Orange party has always caused stirs and disagreements within fellow parties by refusing to share parties' fund and failing to honour deliberations agreed upon.
A few days ago, the Star reported that President Uhuru Kenyatta has agreed to endorse one of the NASA principal for the 2022 presidency. The announcement created an outburst among DP Ruto's allies, with even the second in command himself feeling affected by Uhuru's declaration.
Nominated senator Sylvia Kasanga, presented her share of views on Citizen television today morning while being hosted by Trevor Ombija, the moderator. Her view was that no economic model championed by different political leaders will worth bring solutions to our divergent problems, if there are no mechanism put in place to curb corruption which is 'the elephant in the room, in Kenya'.
Senator Sylvia Kasanga has hinted through her official facebook page reacting the the court of appeal ruling that has finally stopped the reggae music. According to senator Sylvia Kasanga the court of appeal has decided, it is a wrap for the building bridges innitiative bbi bill, the reggae must stop, we must move on.
Deputy President William Ruto.PHOTO/COURTESY News surrounding Kenyan politics today indicate that Jubilee party have removed the Deputy president William Ruto from the party leadership and only NEC and president Uhuru's signature is waited to stamb this.
Mithika Linturi who is the Meru senator, Sylvia Kasanga who is a nominated senator and Opiyo Wandayi who is the Ugunja MP had a live interview hosted by CitizenTV on the Daybreak program.
The Coronavirus pandemic is currently spiking in Kenya as the country expects it's second wave. More over, there is a political heat in Kenya whose temperatures are at the optimum. This has made it harder for the Ministry of Health as they are suffering a major blow. The bad news to Kenyans comes from Joe Mutahi who has confirmed with the KTN News that when a country is not stable politically, it cannot grow economically. Further unpleasant updates comes from Sylvia Kasanga. In an interview with the K24 TV this
Kiambu County Member of Parliament Senator Paul Wamatangi has indirectly told President Uhuru Kenyatta and his administration to rethink the decision If reopening schools, arguing that the government has focused on other areas such as BBI (which are not necessary) compared to the wellbeing of Kenyans. Speaking during the Citizen TV's Day Break Program with Trevor Ombija, the lawmaker said, "We are reacting & giving in to other pressures other than focusing on maintaining COVID-19. Decisions we have made on reopening
Although President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto are currently in a strange relationship, the fact that they are still the leaders of the ruling party still stands.
In an exposé done by NTV termed as "Covid 19 Millionaires" published on the media platforms exposed how billions meant help the country fight Covid 19 were squandered and stolen by dubious schemes fronted by cartels with connection in the Ministry of health. The report exposed how China's Billionaire Jack Ma generous Covid-19 Personal protective Equipment (PPE) donation were stolen immediately the consignment arrived at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport(JKIA). The President Uhuru Kenyatta in his address
Nominated Senator Hon. Sylvia Kasanga has hinted this morning while speaking on KBC station alleging that the Wiper separation from the NASA coalition doesn't mean that they cannot work with former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga. Who is Senator Sylvia Kasanga? Sylvia Kasanga is a nominated Senator and chair of the Senate Ad hoc Committee on Covid-19.
What next for BBI after Senate's approval?The document which seeks to amend the constitution will be presented to the Head of State Uhuru Kenyatta by the speaker of National Assembly for assent after which a referendum will be conducted within 90 days.Kenyans will be allowed to exercise their democratic right by voting in favour of the document or against it.