Unacceptable: Kenyans blast two IEBC commissioners who ditched their jobs but want to return


Two IEBC commissioners, who purportedly resigned, returned to the Anniversary Towers on Friday, raising questions on their mission.

Vice Chairperson Connie Nkatha and commissioner Margaret Mwachanya were at the Nairobi office to see chairman Wafula Chebukati.

“The two are here to see the chairman. I can only report the purpose of their mission after I speak with the chairman,” IEBC communications boss Andrew Limo said.

In April, Maina, Mwachanya and Paul Kurgat said they had left the commission citing lack of faith in the chairman’s leadership.

Kenyans have taken to social media to protest this move. The question is will IEBC chairman listen to KOT?


Martha Karua …Totally unacceptable ! Even if their resignations were not formal, they must be deemed to have absconded from duty! They cannot in good faith return to work and it is not healthy for the IEBC.

Kevinsimiyu….I’ve always failed to understand how Kenya defines what a law is if an independent commission like iebc commissioners play in and out games freely

Obunga Brian….These commisioners shouldn’t be allowed back to office. IEBC made some noteble mistakes. We all remember the 54% governors. This commissioners should give us a break.

Stephen Kyalo….True, where on earth would you abscond duty for 4months+ and purport to return to work like nothing happened. HR process and procedures.

Mac’ Botongore….The Chair needed to have reported to authorities about this absenteeism, in the absence of this he’s guilty as charged ! Human resources team in public sector can confirm this.

Saith….I’m Kenya people don’t resign the step aside to allow investigation – I guess they were cleared or repented their sins.

Kelvin M’mayi….Who on earth reverses their resignation?? This is madness, those three must be avoided like plague!!

Kiprotich Westu Sige…..dont take our patience for granted iebc….

Miriam Mwangi….This is totally unacceptable

Vincent Mbogholi Mwa…..they should just go

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PHOTOS: First Lady, Governors, Senators And Various Leaders Turn Up To Cast Their Votes

Kenyans from all walks of life woke up as early as 2am, braving the chilly conditions across the nation so as to make it in time to cast their votes in this year’s general elections.

With the presidential battle being regarded as one of the hotly contested races in Kenya’s history, Kenyans took the chance to vote in their preferred candidate.

The historic day also saw a number of Cabinet secretaries, governors as well as the First Lady Her Excellency Margaret Kenyatta join the long queues in a bid to exercise their democratic right.

IN PICTURES: Kenya 2017 Elections Kick Off In Style (PHOTOS)

In the photos below, Tourism CS Najib Balala is pictured shortly after casting his vote at Mwembe Tatari PHD,Mvita Mombasa county.

Honourable Ken Okoth Kibra MP voted at Ayany Primary School Polling Station, while Siaya senator James Orengo did cast his vote at Urenga in Ugenya Siaya county.

Busia county governor Sospeter Ojaamong and his wife Judy Onamu Ojaamong were pictured arriving at  Busia township primary, Busia town at around 8:30am.

Nairobi governor Evans Kidero is seen casting his vote at the Pumwani Social Hall in Kamukunji Constituency.

See photos below.


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‘Siombi Kura, Naomba AMANI!’ Cries Sexiest Kenyan Volleyballer

Today is the D-day to choose leaders to govern our nation for the next 5 years. Kenyans are ready to make a change but are they ready for any outcome?

Well, Kenyan sportsmen and women have come out to urge their fans to maintain peace during and after the election.

One of Kenya’s top female volleyball player Trizah Atuka has a message for the sports fans and Kenyans at large.

“Siombi kura. Naomba AMANI.  #PEACE.”

Here are messages from other sportspeople. Go through;

“I have had the opportunity to play for the two biggest football teams  (AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia)in Kenyan football and we are always brothers in and outside the football pitch thus lets do the same my brothers and sisters before and after elections,” Harambee Stars and AFC Leopards striker Paul ‘Modo’ Kiongera wrote.

Homeboyz defender Edwin Wafula wrote; “Don’t kill please let’s have a peaceful election.

Trizah Atuka

Veteran footballer Simon Mulama has also asked Kenyans to maintain peace adding, “Let us all work towards peace, love and understanding. An eye for an eye only gets everyone blind.”

“Elections are here once more, I am urging the voters to maintain calmness and peace and our leaders to accept the results and decision of the voters,” said Bamba Sports football analyst Innocent Mutiso.

Former Harambee Stars coach and Radio Jambo breakfast co-host, Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee is also calling upon Kenyans to exercise free and fair elections and maintain peace.

“Elections will come and go, vote wisely! Like they say, vote and go home. We need a peaceful Kenya even after elections there is Kenya.  I love Kenya with a passion it is a beautiful country. If you ever ask me which is the most beautiful country I have ever been to, I will tell you Kenya. For one good reason there is no country like Kenya. The people are great, the country is superb and we are a great blessing. After 8th let’s keep it intact let us keep Kenya, Kenya because this country is beautiful Peace guys!”

IN PICTURES: Kenya 2017 Elections Kick Off In Style (PHOTOS)

Today is the D-day. It’s the day we chose the next set of leaders to govern our nation for the next five years. Have you voted?

Well, voting has also kicked off and below are some of the photos from different polling stations in Kenya



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Madoido Pelekeni Mbali Priss! Here Are The Things Not To Wear Tomorrow As You Vote

The D-day is here. We are remaining with less than 12 hours to choose leaders to govern our nation for the next 5 years.

Are you ready to vote?

Well, to the slay queens and wannabes it’s time to ditch those smelly wigs and embrace your natural self.

From crop tops to high heels, here are the things you shouldn’t wear to tomorrow’s election.

To save you time, here is a tried and proven starter pack for slay queens on election day.

  1. Crop Tops 

Hoeny, this is not a Barbecue Live event where you wear crop tops leaving your bellies popping like jelly given to patients in hospital. It’s time to ditch them. This is where you might meet your mother-in-law, father-in-law or even your future bae. Please, let’s dress decently.

Crop Tops

2. High heels

This is not a fashion show event. It’s a serious event in the history of Kenya. A lot can happen and you need to be ready for anything. Dress in flat shoes if possible akala/avunja so that so can you can be able to run in case of anything.

Also you will be queueing for a long period, you cannot comfortably do that in heels, now, can you?

Heels crazy

3. Miniskirts

This is not a beauty contest event where Team Mafisi are going to salivate at your luscious and sexy thighs and give you credit.  Hii sio My Dress My Choice campaign! Dress like a well brought up woman. Also, after voting please go home straight. This is not the best time to idle around polling stations and look for sponsors. ‘..woiye nibuyie lunch, nipige picha..”

4. Make up

Did the head of IEBC announce that polling elections are going to be fashion show events? No one wants to see you with makeup. Team Mafisi will not even recognize you! Just apply Aramis and go to your polling station. Voting won’t take long, just a few minutes and you’re gone. No one wants to see your make up get washed away by the rains or the sweat from the burning sun. Save yourself the embarrassment.

5. Political branded merchandise

You had five years to rock those free t-shirts, wrist bands, caps and even underwear you were gifted at campaign rallies. But on election day, don’t wear them. No one is allowed to wear a political branded merchandise because this can trigger violence at polling stations. Please adhere to this.

Wavinya Ndeti


Voters are also expected to remain silent at polling stations and exercise their rights in peace. Do not ask people about their opinion on who they are voting for.

Kura Yako Siri Yako!

Smoking is also prohibited because you will be at a public venue. Please don’t make other voters uncomfortable. Have some manners.


HAPA KATANUKA! Here Are The Famous Politicians Set To Tear Each Other Apart In Next Week’s Election #KenyaDecides

The D-day is almost here. Aspirants vying for various seats are busy finalizing their campaigns trying to woo voters to vote for them come August 8th, which is 5 days away.

Well, there are some top positions that are considered highly sought after with those battling for these posts flexing their political muscles and the question is, who will carry the day.

From the presidential seat to the Nairobi and Machakos gubernatorial seats, here are the political seats which have attracted attention in Kenya.

1. Presidential seat

Incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta is hoping to retain the seat in a few days time. Former PM and NASA flagbearer Raila Odinga, who’s his closest competitor, are said to be in a tight race, according to various polls. Who is going to blink first?

Uhuru Kenyatta

Raila Odinga

2. Nairobi Gubernatorial seat

The seat has attracted four veteran politicians with Kidero and Sonko said to be the preferred candidates. But who will carry the day?

Evans Kidero

Mike Sonko

Mike Sonko

Peter Kenneth

Miguna Miguna

Miguna Miguna

3. Kiambu County

Not so long ago, Ferdinand Waititu aka Baba Yao trounced current Governor William Kabogo in the party nominations, prompting Kabogo to run as an independent candidate. Hapa nyasi itaumia!

William Kabogo

Ferdinand Waititu


4. Machakos County

The yaliyopita si ndwele legend is giving the current governor Alfred Mutua a run for his votes. Let’s wait and see the outcome when the results are announced.

Alfred Mutua

Wavinya Ndeti

5. Makadara constituency

The Makadara parliamentary seat has attracted four political big wigs Robert Momanyi, former Nairobi Mayor George Aladwa, incumbent Benson Mutura and former MP Reuben Ndolo. Hapa watu watatoa jasho!

Robert Momanyi


6. Starehe Constituency

Singer Charles Kanyi aka Njagua, activist Boniface Mwangi and flamboyant businessman Steve Mbogo are the top three aspirants for this seat. The question is who will emerge the winner come August 8th?

Singer Jaguar

Steve Mbogo


Boniface Mwangi

7. Homabay County

Incumbent Awiti the dancer and Oyugi Magwanga, who is an independent candidate. Is it time for Awiti to adjust his trousers and start tailoring a size smaller because he might be going home? Who knows.

Cyprian Awiti

Cyprian Awiti

Oyugi Magwanga

Oyugi Magwanga

8. Siaya County

Cornel Rasanga and Gumbo don’t see eye to eye. Recently, Rasanga told Gumbo to blame his mother for marrying a poor man. Who do you think will carry the day?

Rasanga vs Gumbo

9. Kisumu County

The Kisumu County gubernatorial seat has attracted political veterans Professor Anyang Nyongo and Jack Ranguma. The two have been campaigning day and night and at one point, their daughters Lupita Nyong’o and Tasha Ranguma were involved in an online fight trying to woo voters to vote for their fathers.

Jack Ranguma

Anyang Nyong’o

Anyang Nyong'o


10. Meru County

Incumbent Governor Peter Munya is vying against legendary politician Kiraitu Murungi and I kid you not.. Hapa kuna kibarua!

Petet Munya vs Kiraitu

11. Mombasa County

The battle is between Ali Hassan Joho and Omar Hassan.

Joho aka OO1

Omar Hassan

Hassan Omar

12. Kakamega County

Incumbent Wycliffe Oparanya will go head to head with current Senator Boni Khalwale.

13. Busia County

It’s either Sospeter Oojamong or Paul Otuoma.