Navakholo constituency member of the national assembly Hon Emmanuel Wangwe, Titus Khamala of Lurambi constituency and Bernard Shinali of Ikolomani constituency met with President William Ruto in a secret meeting at State House. The meeting came behind the backs of other Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party leaders from the Western region who were planning for a meeting at Maanzoni lodge in Machakos county.
President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua today hosted a delegation of senior leaders from expansive Western region for a consultative meeting at State House Nairobi. Among the attendees per photo shared by TV 47 Kenya on its official Facebook page, are two elected members of parliament from the region.
Today, details have emerged that a section of Azimio MPs from western region which has been a political stronghold of hon Raila Odinga visited president William Ruto at State house Nairobi. According to these reports, these members of parliament were coming from Kakamega county where ODM party took almost all the elective seats during the last general elections.
Photo: Courtesy Lurambi MP Titus Khamala has pleaded with President William Ruto to allow him join the government. Khamala says he did everything with Ruto but was later on lied to until he found himself in Azimio. Khamala has pleaded with Ruto to welcome him in government so that they can work together as they have been friends in the past.
Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party is seemingly not over with counting of loses. The giant political formation has lost some of its key lieutenants who have since defected to the government side of Kenya Kwańza Alliance. The defectors include both elected and non-elected leaders. The above move even robbed Azimio of its initial numerical superiority in the National Assembly over Kenya Kwanza.
The Orange Democratic Movement party of former prime minister Raila Odinga is about to lose political clout after a number of Western region MPs who were elected on the party's platform announce that they will cooperate with President Wiliam Ruto's administration. The members of Parliament, led by Hon.
On Sunday, November 13, Lurambi Member of Parliament Titus Khamala stated that he had not left the Orange Democratic Movement after meeting President William Ruto at State House. After accompanying fellow Western-region politicians to the House on the Hill on Friday, November 11, the Bishop had to make amends.
President William Samoei Ruto's visit to western Kenya has caused a stir because that is Raila Odinga's stronghold. The President visited the region last week. The observers say the trip could change the region's Politics. "Look at the likes of Cotu secretary general Francis Atwoli and his former troops and you have the answer," says a political analyst Barrack Muluka.
Photo courtesy of President William Ruto and his Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua among other politicians. The Western Kenya region member of Parliament breaks the silence on ditching former prime minister Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party for President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party.
Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has said the ODM Party leader Raila no longer has the support and backing he has in the past in Western Kenya. Mudavadi revealed that it is true that that voters in western region have moved on and are taking a different political direction.
A group of senior leaders from the vast Western region were hosted by President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua for a consultative discussion today at State House in Nairobi. Two elected members of parliament from the region were present, according to a picture shared on TV 47 Kenya's official Facebook page.
Three senior government officials from the Azimio la umoja One Kenya alliance's Orange Majority rule Development (ODM) party met secretly with President William Ruto, it has as of late become known. Bernard Shinali of Ikolomani, Priest Titus Khamala of Lurambi, and different individuals from parliament from the Navakholo electorate all met with the president at his authority home (State House).
Today in State House Nairobi, President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua received a team of senior leaders from the vast Western region for a consultative discussion. According to a photo posted on TV 47 Kenya's official Facebook page, two elected members of parliament from the area were there.
ODM Member of Parliament has explained as to why he was recently seen in Statehouse with President William Ruto. According to Titus Khamala who is the Lurambi MP, he is still loyal to Raila Odinga and the ODM party but he was in statehouse to lobby for roads projects in his Constituency.
President William Ruto met with Western leaders on December 8th. Politically diverse elected officials attended the gathering. Wilberforce Otichilo, the governor of Vihiga, George Natembeya, the governor of Trans-Nzoia, and Fernandez Barasa, the governor of Kakamega were among the Azimio politicians present at the conference.
A consultative meeting between a delegation of senior leaders from the expansive Western region and President William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, took place today at State House Nairobi. According to a photo that was posted by TV 47 Kenya on its official Facebook page, there were two elected members of the region's parliament present.
Reports reaching our studios have revealed that some senior leaders elected under the Azimio la Umoja coalition paid a secret visit to president William Ruto at his residence at State House. The leaders are said to have been three in number. President William Ruto and former cabinet secretary for interior Dr Fred Matiang'i in a past event (photo used for illustration)
After a number of Western region MPs who were elected on the platform of the Orange Democratic Movement party, led by former prime minister Raila Odinga, declare that they will work with President Wiliam Ruto's administration, the party is about to lose political clout. The members of Parliament declared that they would work with the President on behalf of their respective constituencies, led by Hon.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) is in danger of losing another key legislator, just days after Lurambi MP Titus Khamala admitted to working closely with President William Ruto. Caroli Omondi, the Suba South MP, justified his friendship with the President in public on Tuesday, November 15.
Today, subtleties have arisen that a segment of Azimio MPs from western region which has been a political stronghold of Raila Odinga visited president William Ruto at State house Nairobi. As per these reports, these members from parliament were coming from Kakamega county where ODM party took practically every one of the elective seats during the last elections.