Work with civil society organizations to hasten economic development Governors told

    An Non Governmental Organization (NGO) official has asked governors to work with civil society organizations to hasten economic development in their areas. Sam Nyandoro, Sacred Centre for Orphan and Widow Programmes chairman says that the civil society organizations play a great role in development and complement the county government’s effort. READ:   Read more

ODM condemned for ejecting Wetangula

A section of NASA allied Leaders from Kisii  county have condemned ODM Senators for ousting Ford Kenya party leader and the senator for Bungoma Moses Wetangula from minority leader in the senate.

Led by the Gusii Governance Watch  secretary Rachel Otundo they said its wrong for what took place for the nasa team has been fighting for all inclusive government thus doing the opposite to their co-principal.

“It’s really bad for troops of the co principal Raila Odinga  who is also the ODM leader to think that they can now run the race alone moreover after the handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta, Rachel said insisting that that the ouster was ill advised and untimely.

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Kenyans urged to be peaceful as Church applauds Uhuru and Odinga applauded for meeting  

A section of the clergy from Southern Nyanza have applauded President Uhuru Kenyatta and Nasa Leader Raila Odinga for their surprise meeting last Friday at Harambee house. The pastors under the Pentecostals Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa [PEFA] church of Kenya has urged all political leaders other Kenyans to embrace one another and jointly preach peace, harmony and co- existence with a view of creating a united nation where everyone feels included. READ: Church told to be neutral on National issues The have also recognized with satisfaction the efforts made by the President Uhuru Kenyata and NASA leader Raila odinga in allowing national interests to take precedence over personal issues to meet. In a joint press statement, the leaders hailed the two leaders saying that their prayers has been answered after seeing the President shaking hand with the NASA leader Raila Odinga . “We take this opportunity to applaud the bold and selfness decision by  the tow… Read more

Why Gusii Mps oppose Raila’s swearing in as the ‘peoples president’

A section of MPs drawn mainly from Kisii and Nyamira Counties have distanced themselves from the swearing in of Nasa leader Raila Odinga as the “‘People’s President” slated for January 30.
The eight lawmakers led by Richard Onyonka (Kitutu Chache, Ford-K) said they recognize President Uhuru Kenyatta as duly elected and therefore no other person should assume the office. READ: Read more

Nyagarama denies opposing Raila Swearing in as the ‘peoples president’

Nyamira County Governor John Nyagarama has disparaged claims that has been circulating on social media that he is opposed to the swearing in of the NASA leaders Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka.  Last week local media quoted Nyagarama in a function hosted by Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi opposing Nasa leaders swearing in slated for January 30th. READ: County Government officials pledge to Make Nyamira a regional Business Hub He said he was misquoted by the media alluding to his remarks in Meru. "What I said  and it is on  record was that, let the two  leaders  come together  and have a dialogue  to discuss  issues facing the country," he said. Mr Nyagarama  who addressed the media in his office said that the economy of the country is at a mess  and its good for the two… Read more