He said Jubilee’s administration will not stop securing forests across the country.
- Wiper party's Julius Mawathe lost his Embakasi South seat following a successful election petition by former MP Irshad Sumra - Sumra vied for the National Assembly seat on Orange Democratic Movement party ticket - Sumra's party had called on National Super Alliance party not to field a candidate in the by-elections - Wiper has dismissed sentiments by ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna saying Raila Odinga's party owes them after they supported them to get various MP positions in Nairobi - Jubilee party announced it would not field candidates in Embakasi South and Ugenya in the spirit of President Uhuru Kenyatta's and Raila's handshake Heated sibling rivalry between Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and Wiper, all from the National Super Alliance (NASA), is set to be witnessed in the run-up to Embakasi South by-election.
Another handshake, this time between Mombasa governor Hassan Joho and Jubilee politician Suleiman Shahbal.
During the Bungoma meeting, secretary general Simiyu Eseli warned Jubilee against rocking the party.
- Mvurya was promised the CoG chair's job by Jubilee following the 2017 General Election - He was to be deputised by Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru - However, when time to pick new CoG leaders came, both Mvurya and Waiguru were left out - Mvurya said he did not take part in the election after the CoG changed its earlier position - Wycliffe Oparanya became new chair whereas Governor Mwangi Wa Iria was picked as deputy - The handshake between Uhuru and Raila is suspected to have tilted the scale in Oparanya's favour Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya is a very disappointed man following the Monday, January 14, Council of Governors (CoG) Executive Election that saw his Kakamega counterpart Wycliffe Oparanya land the coveted CoG chair's job.
Jubilee will be seeking a ‘second term’ of sorts, with the high anticipation that the 2013 dream of 20 years in power will come to pass.
- The DP said Jubilee party is committed to the building bridges initiative to unite all Kenyans - He asked Jubilee leaders to rally behind the president and support party's development agenda - Ruto's remarks came amid reports of infighting and rift within the party triggered by 2022 succession politics Deputy President William Ruto has called on leaders allied to the Jubilee party to shelve 2022 politics and redirect their energies towards promoting unity and development agenda as stipulated in the party's manifesto.
Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday moved to stop an implosion in the ruling Jubilee Party over his 2022 State House bid, even as he dismissed claims of divisions in the party and insisted he is fully supportive of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“We know the press is in business, but they should stop lying to Kenyans about the perceived differences in Jubilee,” he said.
Jubilee politician Suleiman Shahbal has lifted the lid on the 2017 chaotic Jubilee campaigns in Mombasa that bungled their chances of victory in the race for the county’s top seat.