The Kenya Meteorological department has never failed to update Kenyans concerning the weather in the country. Today on their official verified Facebook page they have sent a crucial message to all Kenyans on the expected rainfall in the country today. According to the Kenya Meteorological department heavy rainfall is expected to continue the whole of this new week.
The ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has termed Uhuru Kenyatta as a shameless leader who neglected Western Kenya in his entire term only to come now seeking votes. According to Mudavadi, it's shameful to see Uhuru Kenyatta seeking the votes of Raila Odinga in Western Kenya. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/MusaliaMudavadi/status/1554747270490476544?s=20&t=M5TfmQmHY3NsioE0BtPP8A
Christopher Khaemba: Former Alliance Principal Who Owns Multi-Billion Schools in Kenya and S. Africa
Education has been one of the most profitable ventures in the country hence the mushrooming of private schools all over in the country to fill the gap left by the limited resources in public institutions. This was the field Christopher Situma Khaemba decided to venture into when he retired from public service as, you guessed that right, a teacher.Khaemba joined hands with others and founded the Nova Pioneer Group of Schools and on Wednesday, December 11, 2019, they opened their sixth school in Kenya apart from having seven of them in South Africa.
Erick Omondi with makeups. Most comedians go wrong by thinking that it's all about trying too hard. That's not the case because it's about being natural and being a storyteller and being the underdog in some way. Erick Omondi, a Kenyan comedian- self-proclaimed president of comedy in east Africa, has tried many ways to beguile his fans online up to the extent of wearing women's outfits.
Today, we examine Yoweri Museveni and Bobi Wine, two influential leaders from Uganda. Bobi Wine Bobi Wine, a former music icon who is now a politician, was born and raised in Uganda's capital city of Kampala. Many thousands of residents experience financial hardship and sense a lack of attention from the 76-year-old president Museveni's administration.
Today on tuesday, president uhuru Kenyatta has toured the counties of western and nyanza to finalize his 3 working days in office. President uhuru Kenyatta who met the luhya leaders at the kakamega state lodge for a series of public engagemens includiy issuance of charters to eight universities, half of them public and rest being private institutions. Among the institution include the kaimosi friends university in vihiga county, alupe university in busia, tom mboya university in homa bay and tharaka nithi university.
Recently, President Uhuru Kenyatta showed up in Moses Wetang'ula's backyard in Bungoma, who is the leader of the ANC party and a senator for Bungoma. He brought a bag full of gifts with him. The president of state made the claim that he had resurrected the Nzoia sugar factory and issued a phony check in the amount of 500,000 Kenyan Shillings to cover the arrears that were owed to sugarcane growers.
Ex-Tanzanian president Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete on Wednesday led a team of foreign observers in an election preparedness forum held in Nairobi. The National Police Service participated in the forum as a key stakeholder in the provision of election security. Mr. Dominic Kisavi, Commissioner of Police and the NPS' Head of Election Security Secretariat briefed the delegation of Eminent Persons from the East African Community. It was one among many such fora held in preparedness for the 9 August poll. The delegation
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Coming from Kisumu where he commissioned several projects upon landing there yesterday on August 1st, President Uhuru Kenyatta has arrived at the Kakamega State Lodge in Kakamega County to preside over the issuance of Charters to new Universities in the Country. President Uhuru who is on a working tour of the Western Kenya region for a series of public engagements will be issuing Charters to the Universities which comprise of four Public Universities and four Private Universities.
Voting process in the country has started week where a huge number of turnout has been recorded in different parts in the country as Kenyans elect their preferred members of county assemblies, members of parliament, senators, women representatives, governor's and their preferred president in the country.
Prsident Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has greatly opened the Western and Nyanza regions in a big way in terms of development and legacy projects. One of the major legacy projects that is a real gift is the Port of Kisumu and the ship building industry. The port of Kisumu coupled with other major projects like the refurbished railway line and railway station will see the region being opened to the rest the great lakes region and the world.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is remaining with less than a week for his term of ruling to end. According to the Constitution, the head of state should rule for only two terms in office. Yesterday, the head of state during his western tour to launch various projects, President Uhuru Kenyatta awarded charters to eight universities while in Kakamega county.
Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress party, has warned President Uhuru Kenyatta that his impromptu excursions to the western Kenya region with a variety of presents could backfire. According to the guiding concept of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, the president of the country is supposedly trying to convince residents of the Western region with a lot of presents yet during his ten years in government, he never gave the area any thought for development.
The Kenyan politics have been of much essence more so for the presidency race which seems to raise the country's concern.Today from what Ruto demanded that Amani National Congress party boss honourable Musalia Mudavadi has raised more concern.Ruto demanded that Mudavadi is expected to deliver ninety percent of the total votes from western so that he can have better share of their government.
Just five days before the August 9 general election, the presidential candidate is renewing his campaign across the country to consolidate his support. President Uhuru Kenyatta is touring the country to launch new projects and is urging people to vote for former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga. Musalia Mudavadi sends President Uhuru a strong message that excite Kenyan Kwanzaa supporters.
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With exactly five days to August 9 general election, presidential candidates intestifies their campaigns across the country to consolidate their support. President Uhuru Kenyatta has been moving across the country to launch new projects as he urge people to vote for Former prime minister, Raila Amollo Odinga who is running on an Azimio-OKA ticket against Deputy President William Samoei Ruto among others.
With just 8 days shy away from the August poll, the race to the country's top seat has been narrowed down to be between Raila and Ruto. The two leaders have increased the intensity of their campaigns as they try to consolidate votes across the country. Today, the deputy president took his campaigns to the western Kenya region while Raila Odinga was in the Rift Valley regions.
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