Division runs deep in the party, with various camps forming either in support of, or opposition, to the ambitions of Deputy President William Ruto, who has been traversing the country to popularise himself in readiness for the elections slated for 2022.
Even as he pulls out all the stops to ensure a legacy that midwifes critical and transformative national development, the URP camp, allied to Dr Ruto, only seems hell-bent on fighting to retain power — which they already have anyway.
Tuju who spoke to journalists at the party headquarters on Wednesday afternoon dismissed claims that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s outfit is on the verge of disintegrating due to the 2022 succession race.
Led by ex-Gatanga lawmaker Kimani Njuguna, under the Former Parliamentarians Association (FOPA) on Thursday expressed concern over high-octane politicking on the 2022 presidential election saying the debate could disrupt the government’s developme...
National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has kept unusually quiet even when it seemed the party he leads in Parliament, Jubilee, seemed to be on the brink of imploding due to infighting between the perceived allies of President Uhuru Kenyatta ...
Jubilee’s clasped hand that symbolised unity is rapidly giving way to a clenched fist in popular imagination as the new badge of resistance in the ensuing war for the hearts, minds and soul of the Mount Kenya vote ahead of the August 9, 2022 elect...
The presidential column enjoys an inclusive agenda for Kenya, especially after the consummation of a shared vision with the People’s President Raila Odinga.
The governor was reacting to remarks by the immediate former Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe and some leaders who have been speaking about who succeeds President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Close confidants of President Uhuru Kenyatta stopped Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria from quitting yesterday before he could deliver a resignation letter to National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi.
The factors that accelerated the collapse of NASA may be different in form from those of Jubilee but the circumstances that have ignited and catalyzed the death of the two are similar and unavoidable.
Speaking at the Joy Celebrations Centre in Naivasha, Nakuru County, on Sunday, January 13, Ruto said the Jubilee party was still very much intact and fully behind President Uhuru Kenyatta's unity and Big Four agenda.
The second group comprises a calculating lot that won’t show its hand too soon, waiting for a signal, possibly from the President, who has said his sole focus is on his legacy — the "Big Four" economic agenda, namely universal health, affordable h...
Furious, the URP read the petition as a clever ploy by Ruto’s detractors to get him out of Kenyatta’s succession line-up and Kamket’s Bill on referendum is seen as a move to test reactions to proposals
No region, community or Kenyan will be left behind now or in future,” he wrote on Twitter, in the wake of complaints that central Kenya, where the President comes from, had received little in terms of development projects.
He was responding to remarks by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria during New Year Eve where he said Uhuru has totally ignored the Mt Kenya region as he launches projects in perceived opposition strongholds.
The association's Chairman Ndung’u Gaiduma said as elders, they were perturbed and worried by the bubbling political temperatures experienced for the better part of 2019, terming the situation a disruption of social and economic progress.
Earlier, he had attended another church function with President Kenyatta at Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Parish-Ridgeways in Kiambu, where the two called for Kenyans to promote peace and unity.
, KISUMU, Kenya, Jan 12 – President Uhuru Kenyatta, his Deputy William Ruto and Opposition chief Raila Odinga have all called on leaders to shun divisive politics and embrace unity to ensure peace in the country.
The official launch of their manifesto at the Moses Mabhida Stadium today will mark the climax of the party’s activities since last week Friday.
Deputy President William Ruto was one of the dignitaries who graced installation ceremony of Reverend Philip Anyolo as Kisumu Catholic Diocese Archbishop on Saturday, January 12.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday launched the ANC's campaign for legislative elections in May, acknowledging the party's past mistakes and promising to restore democratic institutions and economic growth.