Photo courtesy of Kenya's Head of State Dr William Samoei Ruto. The Kenyan government has today the 15th of November 2022 declared an hefty amount for penalty for all kenyan citizens who be caught infringing a newly institutionalized law. The Kenyan Government has articulated that a penalty amounting to Ksh100k will accrue to all kenyan citizens who will be caught red-handed going against the demands of the drunk driving law.
What KANU's William Kamket Said about Raila Infront of President Ruto While Attending Church Service
Tiati member of parliament honourable William Kamket who was elected in the last general election was among the vocal lawmakers from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition team that attended a thanks giving church services in Baringo county that was attended by President William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza alliance coalition partners.
President William Ruto has hailed Tiaty MP William Kamket amid accusations of being connected to the banditry in Baringo county. Speaking on Sunday during a church service at Kabarnet in Baringo county, Ruto said Kamket has been very instrumental in ensuring that peace returns to volatile Baringo. He described Kamket as a true leader and a gentleman, adding that a section of people had been forcing him to aide them or risk losing votes, but has bluntly refused to corporate.
A section of Baringo County MPs took on each other in front of President William Ruto during Sunday Service at Kabarnet ASK Showgrounds in Baringo county. This was after the Kanu and Tiaty MP William Kamket, who had accompanied Ruto to the county, urged on the government to help in getting rid of roadblocks in his Tiaty constituency erected by security officers as one way of hunting down the bandits.
Photo Courtesy; Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga in a past event. Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga has taken a swipe at President William Ruto's led government as he took to comment on the deadly banditry attacks in the North Rift region. Photo Courtesy; Suspected Bandits in a past action.
Tiaty MP William Ruto has today caused laughter after he has asked President William Ruto to remove police officers from roads over the issue of bandits who have been rocking the area he comes from. While delivering his speech, Kamket has hilariously lamented about the idea of police officers standing on the roadside awaiting for the bandits to show up something that he believes is not right.
Tiaty Member of Parliament Hon William Kamket was at the subject of receiving shame on Sunday when a group of agitated locals who attended the interdenominational thanksgiving service heckled him badly after asking the Govt to withdraw police reservists who are currently waging war against bandit attacks in the Regions of Baringo County.
After spending months and years preaching the anti-Constitutional amendment gospel to the hustlers, it is now evident that the head of state had his political plans after winning in the just concluded 2022 general election. This follows the explosion of reports that, unlike the report to scrap the Presidential Term limit that was only supported by One Mp, the bid to amend the Constitution has received endorsement from several MPs in the UDA Party who want 5 more counties created to strengthen the devolution.According to the documents seen by the Nation Africa, the group of UDA MPs led by Kuria East Mp, Hon William Kamket, Mt Elgon MP among others is championing the creation of East Pokot (from Baringo and West Pokot, Mwingi (from Kitui), Kuria (from Migori) and Mt Elgon (from Bungoma and Trans Nzoia) counties.
Kuria East MP Hon. Marwa Kitayama Tom Odege, William Kamket and Fred Kapondi now says the current 47 Counties are not enough and now wants 5 more counties to be added which will make a total of 52. The new bill being proposed by Kuria East member of parliament Hon.
The Kenyan government has finally announced a significant fine for any Kenyan people who violate a newly entrenched legislation today, November 15, 2022. All Kenyan residents who are detected breaking the requirements of the intoxicated driving law would be subject to a fine of Ksh100k, according to the Kenyan government's official position.
President William Ruto has made it clear the bandits in Tiaty Constituency must stop for they have no other option. The president made it clear that the member of Parliament for Tiaty Constituency, William Kamket must talk with his people and ensure they return their guns to government.
Tiaty Member of parliament honorable William Kamket surprised many after joining President William Ruto for Inter-denomination service in Kabarnet, Baringo county. Several of the leaders who spoke in Baringo today before president William Ruto concentrated on two things; hunger and security. William Kamket asked president William Ruto and his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua to help them solve insecurities in the region.
The Kenyan government announced a significant fine for any Kenyan people who violate a newly entrenched legislation today, November 15, 2022. All Kenyan residents who are detected breaking the requirements of the intoxicated driving law would be subject to a fine of Ksh100k, according to the Kenyan government's official position.
The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has told off the member of Parliament for Tiaty Constituency over his request to have police officers removed from Tiaty. According to Gachagua, police officers must never be removed in Tiaty until all the guns are returned. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/StandardKenya/status/1591813538833747970?s=20&t=hJo8ERXxJmYR5OnyhW5KXw
Tiaty constituency member of parliament honourable William Kamket has urged president William Ruto to withdraw security officers from the region. According to him, the people are living in tension since the officers were deployed in the area. The KANU party member is among the people who joined Kenya Kwanza after they won elections.
Honorable William Kamket, a member of parliament from Tiati who was elected in the most recent general election, was one of the outspoken representatives from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition team who attended a thanksgiving church service in Baringo county that was attended by President Ruto and his coalition partners from the Kenya Kwanza alliance.
Tiati member of parliament honourable William Kamket has today laughter in Baringo county where when he alleges that he was losing a lot while he was in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya alliance coalition where they were attending church service. He said that while in the Azimio La Umoja coalition, they were not going to church as the coalition believed that going to church was the work of the Kenya Kwanza which was believed to be a coalition of thieves.
In response to the robbers who have been terrorizing the area where he is from, Tiaty MP William Ruto today sparked hilarity when he urged President William Ruto to withdraw police officers off highways. Kamket made a funny comment during his speech about how he thinks it is wrong for police officers to stand by the side of the road waiting for bandits to appear.
Deputy President Ragathi Gachagua accompanied by his boss president William Ruto among other leaders attended a thanksgiving church service in Baringo today Sunday 13th November. During his address to the congregants, the DP had to put things straight regarding the issue of insecurity in Baringo. Mr. Gachagua said that as president Ruto's government had promised the people of Baring to curb insecurity, held a meeting with the leaders from the region which resulted in sending police officers for a peacekeeping mission in the area.
When Willy Mutunga commented on the deadly banditry attacks in the North Rift region he took a shot at President William Ruto's government. Yesterday, banditry was a topic of discussion at an interdenominational service in Baringo where President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua were present.