International general of National Resistance Movement (NRM) Miguna Miguna will return to Kenya on May 16th 2018.
Confirming his return on facebook, General Miguna Miguna said on facebook that, “I AM RETURNING TO KENYA ON MAY 16, 2018. I am a Kenyan citizen by birth. The High Court has ordered Fred Matiang’i, George Kihalangwa, Joseph Boinet and Kinoti 13 times to issue me with a valid Kenyan passport and facilitate my return to Kenya as a Kenyan unconditionally.”
There were no no details on which plane he will be on when he finally touches down in Nairobi.
Earlier about a week ago, Miguna Miguna challenged Raila Odinga of facebook ” To Raila Odinga: If I committed TREASON for swearing you in, why haven’t you been arrested, detained and exiled like me? Why haven’t I been taken to court? If your HANDCHEQUE with Uhuru Kenyatta seeks to “reconcile” Kenyans, why am I not in Kenya? Be honest with Kenyans.” Miguna Miguna said on twitter.
There are reports Raila Odinga was part of an organized scheme which saw Miguna Miguna deported at night to Canada after he showed better organizational skills to take over the opposition from the legendary Raila Amallo Odinga. After Raila saw his base diminishing and afraid to get arrested for the oath, he joined forces with Uhuru Kenya.
Former opposition leader Kenneth Stanley Njindo Matiba is dead. Matiba died on Sunday while receiving treatment at the Karen Hospital.
Before his death he was paid Sh945 million by the state after a calculation error was noted in his torture case when Uhuru Kenyatta intervened to compensate him.
He has been ailing for the past 25 years following detention by Moi regime. He was detained with Raila Odinga in the early 1990s. For instance in July 1990, he was arrested and detained without trial at the Kamiti Maximum prison with Raila Odinga and Charles Rubia for demanding the re-introduction of multiparty democracy in Kenya.
The arrest came ahead of a planned political rally on July 7th that year by the opposition leaders that was to be staged at Kamkunji grounds in a bid to end former president Moi’s one-party state system.
Veteran politician Kenneth Matiba is famous remembered best for having burnt his voter’s card ahead of the 1997 election to protest the “lack of democracy” in the country.
It was not until 2006 that Matiba, also popularly known as Uncle Ken, announced that he had registered as a voter again fueling speculation that he would actively be involved in the 2007 elections.
He was on the ballot but his prowess had faded away only garnering some 8,000 votes in the disputed December 2007 elections.
The late Matiba is among politicians who fought the Kanu regime after resigning from the government in 1988 agitating for multi-party democracy.
Matiba also served as Minister of Transport and Communications under President Daniel arap Moi before resigning in December 1988.
At the time, Matiba joined other politicians to fight against the single-party state led by Moi and agitating for multi-party democracy.
As a result, Moi ordered their arrest on July 5, 1990, and Matiba was held in detention without trial alongside Raila Odinga and Charles Rubia.
It was while in prison that Matiba suffered a stroke which affected half of his body.
Matiba suffered a serious stroke on May 26, 1991, but remained in detention without medication for one week.
And for the torture in the hands of state agents, in August last year, the court ruled that the State pays the multi-party crusader half a billion shillings.
A month later, the court said that the compensation would be Sh945 million citing miscalculation in the earlier award.
He was later released after the repeal of Section 2A that made Kenya a multi-party democracy and joined other politicians to form FORD.
After the split of FORD in August of 1992, Matiba helped put together FORD-Asili on whose ticket he ran for the Presidency in that year’s elections.
He came second in the election with 26 per cent of the votes with Moi winning with 36 per cent of the votes.
Matiba boycotted the 1997 polls and burnt his voter’s card citing the lack of democracy in an election that Moi was re-elected for a final term.
Due to his political rivalry with retired President Mwai Kibaki, Matiba refused his party Saba Saba Asili to join the combined opposition coalition NARC at the 2002 elections.
Kibaki went on to win the election in which Matiba did not contest for either the Presidency or Parliament.
Matiba was born on June 1, 1932 to the late Stanley Njindo and Susan Wanjiku at Kahuhia in Murang’a County.
Matiba attended Kahuhia and Mariira Primary Schools between 1942 and 1950 before joining Alliance High School in Kikuyu.
During his days at Alliance High School where he took a keen interest in sport becoming hockey captain, playing volleyball and doing gymnastics.
Matiba proceeded to Makerere University where he attained and Diploma in Education and later a Bachelor Degree in History, Geography and Sociology.
He Married Edith Wanjiru in 1961 and they have five children – Susan, Raymond, Ivy, Julie and Gitau.
Matiba started his career as a teacher at Kangaru High School before moving to the Ministry of Education as a deputy officer in charge of higher education.
In 1963, he was appointed a Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education before being moved to the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Cooperatives in the same capacity the next year.
The late Matiba served as the chairman of the Kenya Football Federation from 1974 to 1978.
He was elected to Parliament in the 1983 general elections from the Mbiri Constituency (present-day Kiharu).
NASA supreme leader Raila Odinga today paid former president Moi a courtesy visit being the first Kenyan political dignitary to visit Kenya’s second president after his hospitalization in Israel.
Raila Odinga was accompanied by Vihiga Senator George Khaniri and Mvita MP Abdulswamad Sharriff Nassir. He then proceeded to a closed door meeting with the former president. The contents of the meeting were however not disclosed to the media.
Speculations are that the purpose of the meeting is to cement the Uhuru-Raila handshake. The handshake just reinstated the legacy of the three families and that the meeting between Raila Odinga and Moi are an affirmation that Raila’s position will not be assumed and will be respected. They termed it as a visit to make a political statement and that nothing affecting Kenyans was discussed.
Machakos governor Alfred Mutua on Tuesday, April 10, threatened to take legal action against his former rival Wavinya Ndeti after a series of sensational claims were leveled against him. In a statement seen by kenyapoa, Mutua’s lawyers issued Wavinya with a seven-day ultimatum to issue a public apology otherwise she would be sued.
Wavinya stands accused of allegedly making “wild, malicious, unfounded, deceptive and misleading allegations” against Mutua.
“Unless you comply with this demand within seven days from the date of this letter, our mandatory instructions are to institute legal proceedings against yourself, without any further reference to you whatsoever, at your peril as to costs, damages and other incidentals arising therefrom,” the letter from Mutua’s lawyers read in part.
The former Machakos gubernatorial aspirant had earlier on made some sensational accusations against governor Mutua.
Through her Facebook account, (see below) Wavinya expressed fear over her safety while pointing an accusing finger at the governor.
She had cited the shooting of her 100-year-old father back in 2013 as one of the statements of intimidation from her rival.
“My dad (100 years old) was shot just two days before I launched my gubernatorial bid in 2013. The day I served Mutua with court papers for my petition in 2013, my neighbor’s Range Rover which was similar to mine, was shot as they entered the gate. In early 2017, my opponent opened his MCCP offices 100m from my home in an attempt to intimidate me,” Wavinya alleged on her social media.
She further alleged that Mutua had deliberately set up a Maendeleo Chap Chap party office near her home in early 2017 to intimidate her.
Further, she claimed the governor was spotted driving around her gate on Monday, April 9.
The latest development marked yet another episode of rivalry between the two politicians whose battles have gone on well beyond the August 2017 polls.
The conflict is expected to last more than five years as relatives of the Wavinya Ndeti family overseas and elsewhere are now involved full time to ensure justice is done. So far huge chunks of land acquired illegally in Athi River by the Ndetis is fair game with Dr. Alfred Mutua eyes wide open for a piecemeal to shut Wavinya down.
Former Kathiani MP Wavinya Ndeti now claims her life is in danger.
Ndeti says Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has been trailing her for ‘unknown’ intentions.
She says Mutua should be held accountable if anything happens to her.
Ndeti on Monday night posted on her Facebook page that the governor has continuously been stalking her and monitoring her movements.
She gave a series of attacks that happened to people close to her which she says aren’t accidental or normal.
“My dad was shot just 2 days before I launched my gubernatorial bid in 2013. The day I served Mutua with court papers for my petition in 2013, my neighbor’s Range Rover which was similar to mine was shot at entering our gate. In early 2017, my opponent opened his Maendeleo Chap Chap Party offices 100m from my home in an attempt to intimidate me,” read her post in part.
Ndeti claimed the governor was seen driving slowly by her gate in a white VX Land Cruiser car tailed by a Grey Subaru on Monday at around 4.00pm.
She said it was not the first time for Mutua to be seen around her home.
Ndeti said one of her workers recently confessed he had been offered Sh3 million by persons known to him to relay information regarding her movements.
The former legislature who unsuccessfully rallied for the Machakos gubernatorial seat in 2013 in her post said she had reported the matter at a police station.
“I have reported the matter to the police, if anything happens to me hold him responsible,” Ndeti said.
Ndeti said she will appeal Mutua’s win on April 16th next week.
Mutula Kilonzo Junior reportedly paid a lady named Victoria Ndunge Musyoka 150,000 shillings to terminate her pregnancy almost four years back. There are reports he has since given up almost Kshs 10 million if not more to keep everything under wraps.
The politician and the said woman are in a legal deadlock after the Senator refused to take care of the baby girl who is now 3 years old.
According to reports, Junior says that the child resembles another man and he will not be duped into paying for her upkeep.
In a witness statement, the Senator admits that he gave Victoria some money to terminate the pregnancy. She allegedly declined to terminate and carried the baby. To make matters worse, she refuses to take a paternity test.
There are confirmed reports that Victoria Ndunge Musyoka works for jubilee. That, Mutula Kilonzo jr might have been set up as a punishment to embarrass him into submission as a Senator for Makueni.
It seems that the matter will remain unresolved for some time, we will keep you posted as the matter evolves.
Finally, the professional and humane side of the United Arab Emirates exhibits itself.
A senior government official, Sheikh Khalid, is escorting me to go get proper medical tests and treatment arising from the barbaric assault, torture and chemical poisoning by the tyrannical Jubilee regime.