Political Analyst Ambrose Weda has argued that the former Finance Minister Musalia Mudavadi has emerged as the most stubborn presidential aspirant among the leaders who have since announced their 2022 political ambitions. Speaking on KTN News, Weda added that it is most likely that the Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader will go straight to the ballot even if OKA collapses.
President Uhuru Kenyatta. (Photo courtesy). Political analyst Ambrose Weda, has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to avoid engaging in political process in 2022 in luring voters to elect somebody else to succeed him. Speaking on an interview with KTN news television, Weda said that the Head of State should not try to organize on whom should succeed him next year and allow Kenyans to elect their leader of choice.
The decision by the Law Society of Kenya President, Nelson Havi to join the deputy president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party is still eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans. Havi is eyeing Westlands constituency parliamentary seat to succeed the incumbent, Timothy Wanyonyi who is eyeing Nairobi governor seat.
After CS Fred Matiang'i publicly declared to support Prime Minister Raila Odinga's presidential bid, much has been said across the country and from all political camps. Renown political analyst Ambrose Weda was not left behind and while speaking to one our local televisions, he hinted how Matiang'i is hardworking though not popular.
Renowned lawyer and socio-political commentator Ambrose Weda poses with his son in his house. Source Courtesy The Ministry of Education cabinet secretary Professor George Magoha officially released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education results this week. Kenyans have been celebrating the performance of their mom in the national examinations. Among those who joined in the celebrations was renowned lawyer and socio-political commentator Ambrose Weda. In a Facebook post on Saturday, Mr Weda revealed what his
On that day, he was warmly welcomed in the 'mountain', he came closer to the business tycoons that control much of Kenya's economy. Raila's climbing of the 'mountain' came under tight media coverage, first, there were criticisms that he can't ascend to the top, but on that fortunate day, he clearly shocked his critics and openly showcased his prowess in 'mountain climbing' as he went close to 13 hotspots the major one being the meeting with business community.
KANU National Chairman Gideon Moi and Deputy President Dr William Ruto. (Photo courtesy). Political analyst Ambrose Weda, has revealed out the huge political blunder which the Kenya African National Union (KANU) party Chairman Senator Gideon Moi, has done and is continuing to do which is working on his disadvantage ahead of 2022 general elections as a presidential aspirant.
It's not yet clear whether Deputy President William Ruto's UDA and Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Odm party, will hold national party nominations to let the members elect their 2022 preferred flag bearer. The issue of nominations has widely been discussed across the mainstream and social media platforms.
"Raila Odinga Is Trying To Come Up With Something To Counter DP William Ruto's Bottom-Up" Claims Weda
Following the bold promise of Kshs6,000 to jobless youths by Odm presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, much has been said across the mainstream and social media platforms. Popular and prominent political analyst, Ambrose Weda, confidently argued that Raila is only trying to counter Deputy President William Ruto's 'Bottom-Up Economy Approach Model'.
Seven bench of the Court of Appeal judges/Courtsy Barely three days after the hearing of BBI submissions by petitioners and respondents ended following a four-day legal 'fight' in the Court of Appeal, different opinions are being weighed in about the court sessions. Reacting to the issues raised by both teams before the seven judge bench, political expert Ambrose Weda predicts that the the fight is still on, and this will culminate to the Supreme Court.
President Uhuru Kenyatta at work in State House. (Photo courtesy). Political analyst Ambrose Weda, has alleged why President Uhuru Kenyatta is very keen on who will succeed him next year as the next President, and he is likely going to fight so hard in order to ensure that his man wins.
According to Weda, the next stop for the Building Bridges Initiative is the Supreme Court which is the highest judicial court in the land. He confidently says this as he points out some major setbacks that might affect the Uhuru-Raila lead initiative whose hopes of having an early referendum have been shuttered.
Ambrose Weda who is a top Political Analysit and a Iawyer by Profession had an Interview with on Ktn News.And he revealed much concerning the Current State of the Country.Weda also went further stating that President Uhuru Kenyatta has totally failed Kenyans."President Uhuru Kenyatta has failed the Citizens of this Country.
Ahead of the much awaited August 2022, General Elections, it's very clear that youths are going for elective seats. MCAs are some of the youngest representatives that we have in our country. But looking at the current political situation where almost all the 2022 presidential candidates are above the youth bracket 'legal age', 35 years, you wonder when our Senior politicians will give youths a chance to vie for Presidency.
Yesterday on a popular show, '#checkpoint' on KTN NEWS, the hosted panelists were, advocate Ambrose Weda and Gabriel Muthuma. The discussion centered on politics, and particularly the just concluded by-election on Kiambaa which raised eyebrows among many as the much impossible was made possible in the very own eyes of the president's rock in the region.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader and former prime minister Raila Odinga gestures while making a point during a past interview. [Source Courtesy] Renowned lawyer and socio-political commentator Ambrose Weda has broken his silence on the list of judges who are going to hear the appeal of the proponents of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
The political temperature is increasing as two flamboyant leaders face off in the run-up to the 2022 national elections. For a long time, they've been communicating in a separate language and calling each other names. Ahead of the 2022 national election, the race between ODM leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto is heating up.
With less than 17 months before the country welcomed the 2022's General Elections, speculations have been made every time on who is the best to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta once his term ends.
Conflict between two rival factions over ownership of 100 hectares of land in Rabai, Kilifi County has left five people seriously injured.The bloody war in the N Reserve on Sunday morning marks an increase in the number of landslides and evictions that are suspected to be political infighting in parts of the Coast in recent days.
Lawyer Ambrose Otieno Weda has shown his fear in voting in the former Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, following his weekend utterances in Mombasa county. Image courtesy: Ambrose Otieno Weda. Speaking during an interview on KTN on Sunday night, Mr Weda claimed that now that the former prime minister is threatening to jail everybody who is having any corruption issues when he gets to power, he is afraid that Raila will act like the late John Pombe Magufuli of Tanzania.