He is a fourth President of the Rubulic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta is now ruling for his second time as a president of Kenya. Most of the time president is seen dressed in suits, but occasionally he can be seen rocking in military uniform and boots shoes.
Kiganjo National Police College administration has expressed their gratitude after the completion of the complex building within the institution.The building was officially opened by president Uhuru Kenyatta and it is meant to have multi-purpose benefits to the police trainees and the officials within this college.Indeed the leaders have thanked the president for his efforts in bringing developments at Kiganjo National Police College.People have expressed their joy towards the the president as they congratulate him via the social media platforms.However the president has been a great stakeholder in ensuring the welfare of police and security agencies in the country.He has also visited many police colleges especially during passing out of graduates.
Sports Cabinet Secretary, Amina Mohammed has announced that the Ministry of Sports is set release a report on the gender welfare in the sporting sector in the country. Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed who constituted a nine-member taskforce to oversee gender welfare in sports last year in July said the report is ready and will be released in a conference set to be held next week, 17-21 in Diani, Kwale County.
In his official tweeter account Professor Edward Waswa Kisiang'ani has sparkled a mixed reactions online after claiming that Raila Odinga is a project. According to him Raila Odinga is a project of the deep state who is there to ensure that the welfare of a few individuals who occupies the top seat in the country.Kisiang'ani accusations has elicited a mixed reaction especially from the supporters of Raila Odinga who feels that the former premier can never be a project of someone at any particular time.
Chief of the Defence Forces (CDF) General Robert Kibochi on Wednesday, 19th January 2022, presided over the ground-breaking ceremony for the Defence Forces Canteen Organization (DEFCO) Mall construction at Embakasi Garrison, Nairobi. The CDF said that such facilities were important for the soldiers’ welfare stating that, “the welfare and morale of the troops and their families is a key pillar in enhancing operational readiness and a major component of combat power.” General Kibochi encouraged DEFCO
The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga has today stir reactions by his tweet.He posted outlining that parts of agenda touched at Azimio Thika Rally.Enhanced protection and assistance for single moms.Increased access to healthcare a.k.a Babacare and Upholding the right of all Kenyans to reside and work trade anywhere. His statement has sparkles many reactions and comments from citizens within a short period implies that majority are interested in his plans thus deserves the name Baba.Here
President Uhuru Kenyatta stated on Monday that gender-based violence stifles women's potential in society and that the government will go to any length to eradicate the problem. The President, speaking via video link at a conference titled Leveling The Playing Field: Gender Inclusivity, which is taking place at the Diani Reef Hotel in Kwale County, said the government had given resources and put in place measures to empower women.
Kisumu Governor Anyang' Nyong'o has called upon the former Nasa principals to join hands with ODM leader Raila Odinga under the Azimio La Umoja, arguing that it is going to form the next government. Speaking in Kuria on Thursday during Raila's rally, Nyong'o said most Kenyans are now solidly behind Raila since they have realized he is the best person to make the country better.
Deputy President William Ruto has predicted that his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party will win the August presidential election. The DP also stated that no one, not even the "Deep State," would be able to stop him from winning. "We won by-elections in Musambweni, Juja, and Kiaamba, and the trend will continue in August, when I will be elected president.
United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Chairman Johnson Muthama on Wednesday morning, 19th January, sent a strong message to Kenyans ahead of Deputy President William Ruto's campaigns in Machakos County slated for Thursday 20th. (Photo, Courtesy) Muthama in his message stated that as the DP would be transversing Machakos County to popularize his bid for the presidency, one thing ought to be very clear in the minds of people.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has once again found herself on the spotlight after Kenya National Pressure Group officials today raised concerns over the way it handles teachers welfare. The commission has been mandated to register, employ, promotes, transfer and to discipline teachers. However, teachers have cried foul over the way the commission is handling teachers welfare.
In Summary. - The United Democratic Alliance UDA party chairman Johnson Nduya Muthama has asked Kenyans to embrace Ruto As the next President. - He say Ruto will be able to turn around the economy at our grassroot level. The United Democratic Alliance UDA party chairman Johnson Nduya Muthama has has promised the Dp William Samoe Ruto.
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President Dr William Ruto. (Photo courtesy). Deputy President Dr William Ruto, has blasted the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga by claiming that Raila's plan of issuing Sh6,000 social welfare programme to the vulnerable people is an insult to them.
Raila Says Wheelbarrow Politics Doesn't Make Sense To Him As He Educates Ruto How Bottom-up Can Work
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President Dr William Ruto. (Photo courtesy). Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, has today expressed his thoughts and reflections about politics and his life in general ahead of August 9 general elections, as he reveals why he is championing for the social welfare programme compared to Deputy President Dr William Ruto's wheelbarrow politics.
Kiraitu Murungi, the governor of Meru County, has changed his mind about supporting Raila Odinga's presidential campaign, just days after professing support for him while Raila was in Meru County for a burial ceremony. Kiraitu chastised both presidential candidate Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto during the launch of his Bus party ward officials, saying that their pledges are unattainable.
As the general election are nearing, presidential ambitious candidates have been running up and down the country promising Kenyans goodies if they are elected. Most of the promises have been termed as impossible by people while others are seen as workable and achievable. Here are some of the spectacular promises by the political bigwigs. 1. KSH. 6000 monthly stipend. ODM leader Raila Odinga has promised that if elected as the president, he will form a social welfare plan that will be in charge of giving Kenyans
Opposition leader Raila Odinga need to withdraw from the presidential election a head of the general election. Odinga who is a fifth time presidential loser need to take a break from the political arena across the country, this is because: 1. Age; Raila Odinga has run out of energy and strength to lead this country.
Raila Odinga, the leader of the ODM, has chastised Deputy President William Ruto for wishing him a happy birthday just hours before. The former Prime Minister warned Kenyans against the DP during his birthday party at the Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi. He challenged the DP to explain where the money he has been handing out to various groups across the country comes from.
Deputy President William Ruto has predicted that his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party would win the presidential election in August. The DP also promised that not even the "Deep State" would be able to stop him from winning. "We won the by-elections in Musambweni, Juja, and Kiaamba, and the trend will continue in the August polls, when I will be elected president.Don't let anyone tell you that if you vote for me, the so-called Deep State will steal your vote," DP Ruto said.
As the election day draws closer, the economic thinking of the leading presidential candidates is becoming clearer. Now we seem to have some meat to hang on. Today, I focus on some snippets from three candidates. The rest that I do not mention here is because there is nothing to talk about or their ideas are null and void ab initio–at least on matters of the economy.