DP Ruto expected in Nakuru for burial of Edith Ngunjiri

Deputy President William is expected in Bahati today for the burial of the late Edith Wanjiku Kimani(Mother to MP Kimani Ngunjiri.

According to one of the steering Committee member Dr.Peter Mbae,the cortege of the late Edith Wanjiku Ngunjiri will leave Umash Funeral home at 7.30am.

Upon arrival at St. Michael’s Catholic Church MailiSita at 8.30am, Service starts at 9am.

DP Ruto is expected to arrive at the church any time from 9am.

The Steering Committee states that there shall be messages of condolences from friends.

Family tributes will follow before mass commences at 11am.

The Mass is expected to be presided over by Catholic Diocese of Nakuru’s Bishop Maurice Muhatia Makumba.

The committee has directed that due to COVID-19 only family  and few friends will leave for Kabatini home for final rites and burial.

The late succumbed last week after illness.


Why MP wants President to convene PG meeting with all Jubilee Legislators

Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to convene a Party meeting with Jubilee MPs before the suspected reshuffles in the party leadership at the National Assembly.

Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri at a past media address in Nakuru. [PHOTO/Pristone Mambili]
Ngunjiri says the PG might be the cure to the current Jubilee Party divisions.

Speaking in Nakuru, Ngujiri said that before making changes similar to the ones that were done at the senate, President Kenyatta should tell the Jubilee MPs the main reasons for the party wrangles and the reason behind his political break up with his Deputy President Dr. William Ruto.

“We are calling on President who is also the party leader to convene a party meeting with all Jubilee MPs before the reshuffle that is coming soon on party leadership at the National assembly. This will help solve some of the problems”said Ngunjiri.

This even as Ngunjiri accused the Senate house over the ouster of Meru Senator Kithure Kindiki as the Deputy Speaker.

He has termed as acrimination mode of voting that was used instead of the electronic mode that both National and senate assemblies have been using.

The legislator has said that corruption might have been involved to ouster the Meru Lawmaker from his position saying the said acrimination was used for senators to please corrupt forces that were behind to influence the ouster of Kindiki.

Kuresoi MP weighs in on ongoing Jubilee wrangles

Kuresoi South MP Joseph Tonui at a past media address.PHOTO/Courtesy.

Kuresoi South MP Joseph Tonui has weighed in on the ongoing leadership wrangles within Jubilee terming the recent changes regrettable.

According to the Legislator,any political formation mostly in Riftvalley region must be through consultations with all leaders led by Deputy President William Ruto.

“We are not happy with what is happening and how things are turning out in the Jubilee administration” he said.

The MP says if the President has an issue with anyone,he should not use such to cause.suffering to the people of the Riftvalley Region.

While noting that  Riftvalley Region overwhelmingly voted for Jubilee,Tonui said they residents should not be left to suffer.

The Legislator maintains that the DP is the political spokesperson for the region hence should be consulted whenever there is any political formations.

“Our spokesperson is Dr.William Ruto and should be consulted onnajy political formations” said Tonui.



Uhuru promises to complete stalled Kabarak Mission Referral Hospital in honour of Moi

The government has promised to ensure completion of Kabarak referral Hospital hospital in honor of the late retired President Daniel Arap Moi.

The late retired President had commenced the project but was yet to complete it.

Addressing at Kabarak University during funeral service for the late retired President Moi,President Uhuru Kenyatta said the government will complete the project in honor of the good work that Moi did for the nation.

According to President Kenyatta,the government will install solar energy plant at Kabarak to generate resources that will in turn facilitate the completion of the Kabarak Mission Referral Hospital.

“There is a health facility that Mzee had started here but he went to be with the Lord before he completed it.As government we shall ensure the project is complete” said President Kenyatta.

The move was lauded by Baringo Senator Gideon Moi who said it will go long way in addressing the challenges of health sector facing people.

The late retired President Daniel Arap Moi was later to be laid to rest at his Kabarak Home next to his late wife Lenah Moi.

Ruto allies maintain BBI report should be people-centered

A section of MPs loyal to Deputy President William Ruto have maintained that their support for BBI report is to ensure that the issues within the report are people-centered.

The Legislators who retreated in Naivasha for the last two days faulted the manner in which the BBI popularization rallies are being done.

In a statement read by Bungoma Woman Representative Catherine Wambilianga, the MPs argued that the discussions in the past rallies in Kisii and Kakamega have been centered on personalities and positions of the political class rather than issues touching on common Kenyan.

“We commit to actively participate and ensure the issues therein are people-centered” read part of the statement.

The Naivasha retreat also saw the MPs loyal to Deputy President William Ruto resolve to participate, mobilize and encourage all Kenyans to attend the BBI rallies as announced.

The resolutions read by Saku MP Ali Rasso Dido also revealed that they will ensure mainstreaming of other stakeholders among them the business people, farmers, religious people, youths, professionals and civil society in the whole process.

The leaders have also proposed additional BBI rallies so that Kenyans have opportunity to air their views.

“We have resolved to participate, mobilize and encourage all Kenyans o attend the BBI rallies” read the resolutions.

But just after the Ruto allies released their report, Jubilee Party Secretary-General Raphael Tuju has dismissed the resolutions as not binding to the party because it was not a Parliamentary Group meeting.

Tuju said the meeting attended by more than 100 MPs and Senators does not qualify to be called a PG because it was not convened under the party’s constitution, and was not called by the party leader President Uhuru Kenyatta or a person delegated by him.

“For the avoidance of doubt, such a meeting cannot and will never be referred to as a Parliamentary Group meeting of the party,” Tuju said in a statement to media houses late Monday.

For a meeting to qualify as the party’s Parliamentary Group, he said, it has to be convened under article 9 part 7 of the Party Constitution.

PHOTO/Pristone Mambili:A section of MPs loyal to Deputy President William Ruto addresisng media in Naivasha on Monday after holding a reatreat over BBI.

Tarmacking of Mawanga – Murunyu road starts in two months

For several years now, Nakuru residents living in Mawanga have been complaining about the poor state of the Mawanga – Murunyu road.

In every meeting with the elected leaders, this road has always cropped up. It impassable during the rainy season, and extremely dusty during the dry season.

As she campaigned for Senate, this is one road that the Nakuru County Senator promised to look into. It’s close to her heart and at every meeting in the area, she has promised the people to have the road repaired.

Users of the road were almost giving up. Earlier this year, residents took to social media complaining about the road. The complained about the dust. They called on the government to act. Finally, their cry has come to an end.

Today at a church fundraiser at Tabuga PCEA church in Bahati, the Deputy President promised that work on the road will start within the coming two months. The tarmacking of the road will be among the 400KMs that the Jubilee government will do in Nakuru this term.

Before inviting the DP William Ruto to address the congregation, Nakuru County Senator had made a request to the DP about the road.

“Mr DP, allow us to make this one request to you. We have had a huge challenge with the road connecting Murunyu and Mawanga to the main road. Please, we are asking you to get the road done and save us the stress,” said the Senator as the residents cheered.

Susan Kihika asking the DP to ensure work on the Mawanga – Murunyu road is hastened. The Deputy President has promised work will start in two months.

Residents are now hopeful that transport from the interior to Nakuru town will ease. The area is a major agricultural area and this will increase income for the residents.

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