Nairobi’s independent gubernatorial candidate Peter Kenneth has waded into the thorny issue of IEBC asking the electoral team to put its house in order to deliver a free and fair elections come August while speaking in Landimawe on Tuesday morning in Starehe constituency.
Lawyer Gitobu Imanyara says he will support President Uhuru Kenyatta and even cast his vote for him in next month’s polls, while at Katheri market, Central Imenti constituency on Wednesday where he held a vote hunting rally to recapture the seat he lost in 2013.
Former Meru Governor Peter Munya has said his 2022 presidential bid will depend on the job, President Uhuru Kenyatta will give him as he will review the decision when it is clear where he will be appointed to serve.
Nairobi senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko has blasted cord leader Raila Odinga over the ongoing discussion of besieged devolution CS Anne Waiguru. The senator who was attending a fund raising at Mwanambeyu girls in Kwale County asked Raila to respect President Uhuru Kenyatta since his “unworthy” work are known and on record.
The MP said he was confident of winning the polls as he had delivered to the electorate for the one year he has been in office. He condemned the youths for the chaos and assured his supporters that there was adequate security.
In an event attended by Jubilee nominees and other affiliated party, the launch dubbed #JubileePlan4Kenya is based on free secondary education starting January 2018, creation of jobs for the youth, expansion of infrastructure and a free medical cover for the elderly aged 70 years and above.
Meru Senator Kiraitu Murungi on Monday launched his manifesto to climax his bid for Meru governors seat in next month polls. He launched the manifesto at Meru National polytechnic grounds where he met youths.
Mike Sonko’s Nairobi governor bid received a boost as the Matatu Owners Association endorsed him six days to the general election. They threw their weight behind the Jubilee candidate and promised to mobilise conductors and drivers to vote for him.
Jubilee Party brigades in Kilifi County have divided the presidential campaigns in three clusters to ensure they deliver a big number of votes to President Uhuru Kenyatta in the repeat presidential polls set for October 26