Kihika: Kenyans not interested in handshake or BBI, but grassroot service delivery

Kenyans are not interested in handshake or Building Bridges initiative but service at grassroot-Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika has stated. Addressing media in Nakuru, Kihika said despite the many wrangles facing Jubilee Party and administration, the Jubilee elected leaders have a legacy to leave behind, that of service to the people. “Regardless of the many problems here and there within Jubilee Party, there must be a legacy of some kind and that is to ensure our counties have equitable allocation for service delivery” said Kihika. Senator Kihika argues that the ongoing…

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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. 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…

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MP Ngunjiri:Jubilee Party is firm despite teething problems

Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has admitted that there are few teething problems in Jubilee Party. Speaking on Sunday afternoon when he was hosted on Nakuru based Radio Yetu however said the party is still firm. According to Ngunjiri,there are few individuals who are trying to mess up the party. “Jubilee is still firm but with afew teething problems” said Ngunjiri. On the issue of Tharaka Nithi Senator being ousted from his seat as deputy Senate speaker,Ngunjiri faulted the Jubilee Politics. According to Ngunjiri,politics played a role in the event.…

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Kuresoi MP weighs in on ongoing Jubilee wrangles

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 …

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Jubilee Party Secretary General calls for independent postmortem to establish cause of MCA Karanja’s death

Nakuru Jubilee Party Branch Secretary General Mtumishi Kiplangat Cheruiyot has called for immediate independent post moterm to establish the cause of Lakeview Ward MCA Karanja Mburu’s death. Through a phone interview immediately after the body was transferred to Umash Funeral Home in Nakuru, Cheruiyot says the immediate investigations into the matter is crucial. He says this can not just be treated as a mere accident as many leaders are best drivers on the roads. While terming the deceased a brilliant leader who always spoke spoke out his mind in matters…

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Jubilee leaders-affiliated to DP vow to rally against BBI move

Jubilee leaders affiliated to the Deputy President Dr. William Arap Ruto on Saturday vowed to rally their support against the push by the Building Bridges Initiative that came after the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM chief Raila Odinga. Speaking at All Saints Catholic Church in Kabazi Subukia Sub County in Nakuru, the leaders led by Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika said that the public participation that was conduct by BBI is wanting saying that they never reached out to get the opinion of the common mwananchi. Kihika has appealed…

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Ngunjiri calls on political leaders to shun divisive politics that may derail peace

Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has called on political leaders to shun divisive utterances that may derail the good working relation between President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Speaking on Monday at his home in Bahati when he met over 50 religious leaders from the Kenya Assemblies of God, the vocal legislator while commending the new development where the trio has shown interest to work towards bettering lives of Kenyans said all politicians should emulate the same and focus on development and unity…

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Jubilee party to borrow a leaf from Chinese Communist Party School

The Jubilee Party will borrow a leaf from the Chinese Communist Party School in strengthening its structure from the grass root level with Nakuru county being the first to implement such. Speaking after holding a meeting with a delegation from China, officials from Jubilee Party Headquarters as well as officials from Nakuru Jubilee office, Nakuru Deputy Governor Dr.Erick Korir said the move is paramount as far as the party structure is concerned. While noting that Nakuru was the centre of Kenya’s politics, the DG said there was need to borrow…

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