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NEW YEAR MESSAGE FROM WIPER PARTY CHAIRMAN AND KITUI SENATOR HON DAVID MUSILA

SENATOR DAVID MUSILA’S NEW YEAR MESSAGE
As we bid farewell to the year 2016,my family and i send,to all the people of Kitui County,and Kenya at large,New year greetings and best wishes for the year 2017.
During the year now ending, the people of Kitui County have received many blessings from God for which we must be most grateful. The above not withstanding, we have continued to face many challenges as a people. Challenges of joblessness, especially for our youth, poor services in several sectors including health, education, transport and security to name only a few. Further more, as we close the year we see signs of looming famine which may negatively affect the lives of the people of this County. I call on both the County and National governments to play their role fully and ensure that these challenges are fully addressed.
2017 will be the year of elections. And I will be asking the people of Kitui County to elect me as their governor this time round under the Wiper party. As National Chair of Wiper party, I pledge to do everything possible to ensure that our party nominations shall be free and fair. I urge all those seeking elective posts to preach peace and unity so that we have peaceful elections and allow the people of our great County to exercise their democratic right freely and peacefully. I wish all aspirants success.
MAY GOD ALMIGHTY
GRANT US ALL, A PROSPEROUS AND. BLESSED 2017.

Signed: DAVID MUSILA, SENATOR,KITUI COUNTY.

NEW YEAR MESSAGE FROM WIPER CHAIRMAN AND KITUI COUNTY SENATOR HON DAVID MUSILA

SENATOR DAVID MUSILA’S NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF KITUI COUNTY.
As we bid farewell to the year 2016,my family and i send,to all the people of Kitui County,and Kenya at large,New year greetings and best wishes for the year 2017.
During the year now ending, the people of Kitui County have received many blessings from God for which we must be most grateful. The above not withstanding, we have continued to face many challenges as a people. Challenges of joblessness, especially for our youth, poor services in several sectors including health, education, transport and security to name only a few. Further more, as we close the year we see signs of looming famine which may negatively affect the lives of the people of this County. I call on both the County and National governments to play their role fully and ensure that these challenges are fully addressed.
2017 will be the year of elections. And I will be asking the people of Kitui County to elect me as their governor this time round under the Wiper party. As National Chair of Wiper party, I pledge to do everything possible to ensure that our party nominations shall be free and fair. I urge all those seeking elective posts to preach peace and unity so that we have peaceful elections and allow the people of our great County to exercise their democratic right freely and peacefully. I wish all aspirants success.
MAY GOD ALMIGHTY
GRANT US ALL, A PROSPEROUS AND. BLESSED 2017.

Signed: DAVID MUSILA, SENATOR,KITUI COUNTY.

NEW YEAR MESSAGE FROM WIPER CHAIRMAN AND KITUI COUNTY SENATOR HON DAVID MUSILA

SENATOR DAVID MUSILA’S NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF KITUI COUNTY.
As we bid farewell to the year 2016,my family and i send,to all the people of Kitui County and Kenya at large,New year greetings and best wishes for the year 2017.
During the year now ending, the people of Kitui County have received many blessings from God for which we must be most grateful. The above not withstanding, we have continued to face many challenges as a people. Challenges of joblessness, especially for our youth, poor services in several sectors including health, education, transport and security to name only a few. Further more, as we close the year we see signs of looming famine which may negatively affect the lives of the people of this County. I call on both the County and National governments to play their role fully and ensure that these challenges are fully addressed.
2017 will be the year of elections. And I will be asking the people of Kitui County to elect me as their governor this time round under the Wiper party. As National Chair of Wiper party, I pledge to do everything possible to ensure that our party nominations shall be free and fair. I urge all those seeking elective posts to preach peace and unity so that we have peaceful elections and allow the people of our great County to exercise their democratic right freely and peacefully. I wish all aspirants success.
MAY GOD ALMIGHTY
GRANT US ALL, A PROSPEROUS AND. BLESSED 2017.

Signed: DAVID MUSILA, SENATOR,KITUI COUNTY.

H.E HON KALONZO MUSYOKA’S NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO KENYANS.

Fellow Kenyans,

As we bid farewell to 2016 and usher in 2017, I extend my heartfelt New Year wishes to each and every one of you.

Year 2016 has been a period of great challenges to the people of this nation. Kenyans have been ravaged by rampant corruption, causing severe socioeconomic hardship to wananchi. Insecurity has plagued different parts of Kenya. The Eurobond and NYS scandals remain unresolved. We are in the throes of a crippling doctors’ strike that is putting lives of many Kenyans in grave danger.

But all is not lost.

On behalf of the Wiper Democratic Movement, the entire CORD fraternity, and on my own behalf, I urge you all, fellow Kenyans, to keep hope alive.  Walk tall! Good tidings are coming your way in 2017. WDM-K/CORD is determined to ensure that Kenyans get the kind of leadership they deserve — the kind of leadership that will steer and inspire Kenya to socio-economic prosperity.

I therefore call upon all Kenyans who cherish democracy and good leadership to ensure that they register in huge numbers and elect a Wiper/CORD Government. Were it not for CORD keeping Jubilee on its toes, Kenya would be in a far much worse state than it is at the moment.

To our Jubilee competitors, I urge you to avoid placing any bottlenecks against a free and fair General Election.

God Bless Kenya! God Bless You All!

H.E. HON. STEPHEN KALONZO MUSYOKA, EGH,

PARTY LEADER, WIPER DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT-KENYA

H.E. HON. KALONZO MUSYOKA’S CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF THE LATE MARTHA MWANGANGI

I have learnt with profound shock, grief and sadness of the tragic passing of Madam Martha Mwangangi, former Mayor of Kitui, who met the cruel hand of death after being run over by a fire truck in Kitui.

Madam Martha Mwangangi was a humble, committed and dedicated servant of the people of Kitui when she served as Mayor as well as in other capacities. She was also an astute and brave politician who never allowed her gender to limit her aspirations.

Let me, at this most trying time, join other Kenyans, and particularly Kitui residents, in condoling with the family, friends and relatives of Madam Martha Mwangangi.

May God the Almighty give her family the fortitude to bear this great loss.

H.E. HON. STEPHEN KALONZO MUSYOKA, EGH

IMMEDIATE FORMER VICE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA (2008 – 2013),

PARTY LEADER, WIPER DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT-KENYA,

AND CO-PRINCIPAL, COALITION ON REFORMS AND DEMOCRACY (CORD)

WIPER PARTY 24/7 PLAN IN NAIROBI COUNTY

Wiper Party Leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka (right), Amani party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Wiper Secretary General during wiper National Delegates Congress at kasarani.

Wiper Democratic Movement plans to win seven parliamentary and 24 MCA seats in Nairobi next years general elections

Wiper has already mapped out its strongholds in Nairobi, where it wants to capture elective seats.

The plan called “24/7” is spearheaded by Nairobi Deputy Governor Jonathan Mueke. Mueke is also the coordinator of the Wiper party’s activities in the city.

The party’s strongholds are in the four Embakasi constituencies (South, East, West and Central).

“That is where we are the dominant registered voters and can vote as a block,” Embakasi East MP aspirant Fred Musau said.

Mueke’s team wants ODM to support Wiper candidates in the selected constituencies.

The deputy governor wants to execute the plan to assert the party’s strength in Nairobi, as he prepares for his 2022 governor’s bid.

He is leading drives to ensure the party supporters register as voters.

“We have our supporters scattered in many constituencies, including Kibra, where we are not interested,” Musau said.

Other constituencies Wiper wants to take are Makadara, Lang’ata and Mathare.

Wiper will field Joshua Kitivi and nominated Senator Judith Sijeny for the Makadara and Lang’ata parliamentary seats, respectively. Sijeny will be running against ODM’s Joash Olum.

HIS EXCELLENCY STEPHEN KALONZO MUSYOKA’S ACCEPTANCE SPEECH DELIVERED TO WDM NATIONAL DELEGATES CONFERENCE AT SAFARICOM STADIUM, KASARANI ON DECEMBER 13, 2016

Thank you. And you. Thank you so much. I thank you all.
Before I deliver my speech, I request that we all rise and observe a minute’s silence in honor of the Kenyans who perished on the Naivasha- Nairobi Road on Saturday night. Thank you.
You have spoken. And I have heard you loud and clear. From Mombasa at the Coast to Moyale in the North. From Garissa in the East to Kakamega in the West, Wiper delegates and members have made their choice known. In one accord, you have decided to nominate your party leader to be the presidential candidate on a Wiper Democratic Movement ticket in the August 8, 2017 general elections. I accept your nomination.
Today I talk to you about my hope for the future and my vision for the kind of country we can build together.
I am speaking to you today against a backdrop of runaway corruption presided over by the Jubilee regime.
The task ahead for the next president of the Republic of Kenya has been made a lot more difficult by an administration that cares little, if at all, about the greater good of the ordinary mwananchi.
There is a widespread and growing feeling of mistrust of politicians. Most Kenyans believe that politicians are loud on promises but silent on delivery. Most Kenyans believe that the political class is intoxicated with power. Most Kenyans believe that the Jubilee regime spends most of the time plotting and plundering. Most Kenyans believe it is time for change. And most Kenyans are right.
There is an old saying that: “your words mean nothing if your actions do not match”. So, I want to assure all of you here and the millions watching on TV, the millions following us on Twitter, the millions liking us on Facebook and the millions listening to us on radio around our beautiful country, that my words today can and will be turned into action. But to succeed we must all embrace change. Real, revolutionary change. I, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, am the man with a vision for that change. I know what it means. I know what it looks like.
And this is my story. I was born and raised in a remote village by loving but poor parents. They and many others like them lived as forgotten people; a people in the wilderness, far removed from the attention of government and civilization. Sixty years later, too many Kenyans in a lot more villages, remain forgotten people, deliberately denied hope for their future through the selfish behaviour of the ruling regime. When I am President they will be forgotten no more.
Politics based on tribal arithmetic is evidence of deficit of thought on the part of the proponents of such brand of politics. Banking on the tribe as the only tool for political mobilization is an insult to a basic principle of democracy as enshrined in our Constitution; the freedom of choice and right of association. We must fight tribalism whenever and wherever it manifests itself.
We gather here today at a special moment in history. Freedom, democracy, individual rights and liberties are under threat across Africa and in many places around the world. In Kenya, Jubilee has poured ice-cold water fight for economic opportunity and social justice. But I have news for the forces of greed and defenders of the status quo led by the billionaire hustler: the writing is on the wall. It is time for change in Kenya. It is time to change Kenya. And I am the face of that change.
Today, many millions of fellow Kenyans have lost hope for a job and millions more work hard for low pay. Well, I believe there are at least two Kenyans who really deserve to experience a long period of unemployment and we all know who they are.
CORD is on a mission to ensure that Jubilee will be Kenya’s first one-term regime. And for good reason: they never won the presidency in the first place. They know it. We all know it.
The Jubilee regime has made corruption a way of life in its ranks. It continues to glorify impunity because its heroes take the trophy for the most corrupt state officers. It has taken tribal bigotry to new levels. The Kenyan people must rise up and reject the tyranny of Jubilee.
There is evidence all over that this country has been plundered by Jubilee strongmen who enjoy protection from the very top. When the full story of the blatant theft of public resources is finally told, the silent majority must be excused, indeed supported, should they elect to pitch tent outside every government office to demand accountability.
Next year’s election is about putting power back in to the hands of Kenyans. It is about putting people first.
You may be saying: “That sounds good. But you are a politician. Why should I trust you?” Today, as clearly as I can, I want to tell you who I am, what I believe in and where I want to lead Kenya.
As a small boy growing up in a poor and marginalized part of Kenya, I remember my dear mother teaching me about family and hard work and sacrifice. My father was working in Mombasa like so many other men from our village. My parents endured the pain of poverty, hunger and regular insecurity because they knew that their sacrifice was the only way they could support me and give me a better life.
My mother – may God rest her soul in eternal peace – held our family together through tough times. She taught me many lessons in courage against adversity. And always, always she taught me to fight for what is right. That is why I will fight to create jobs so that parents can afford to raise their children today and in the future. That is why I am so committed to make sure every Kenyan gets the education that changed my life and that my mother fought so hard to win for me. That is why I will fight to make sure women in this country receive respect and dignity – whether they work at home, away from home, or both.
When I think about opportunity for all Kenyans, I think about my father who still lives in the village where I grew up. With the money he saved from his work, he opened a small duka in our village. He discovered that, whilst he had never been taught to read, he could count. He turned this skill with numbers into a successful small business and with the money he made he was able to provide me, his son, with the educational opportunities that he himself had never known.
My father showed me that with hard work can come opportunities and I want the opportunities that were given to me to be possible for each and every fellow Kenyan.
I learned a lot from another person, too. A person who for more than 30 years has worked hard to help our children by being a wonderful loving mother. That person is my wife. Pauline showed me that all children can learn, and that each of us has a duty to help them do it. So if you want to know why I care so much about our children and our future, Pauline showed me the way.
Our families have values. But the Jubilee administration does not. That is why they lied to our children about laptops.
I want a country where all parents love and cherish their children. A country where children embrace and celebrate their parents. A country where every Kenyan child gets the opportunity to pursue and exploit his or her full potential. A country where everyone is someone. That is the Kenya we want. It is the change we all want.
And I want to say something important to every child and teenager in Kenya growing up in tough circumstances. I know how you feel because I lived your life.
I started with nothing except the love of my parents. Today, by God’s grace, I am a living testimony that with a family’s support and hard work you can make something of your life. I say to you, don’t let anybody tell you that you can’t become the person you desire to be. And if other politicians make you feel like you’re not a part of their family, come on and be part of the Wiper family
African leaders must take full recognition of the demographic advantage and sincerely address themselves to the needs and aspirations of our youth. In Kenya, about 65 per cent of our population is below 30 years. This group must be the catalyst for real growth. We must invest in them.
I was raised to believe that hard work would be fairly rewarded. But we have seen corrupt politicians turn governance into a giant game of theft and plunder. This means that “who you know” and “where you come from” matter more than “who you are” and “where you’re going”. We must say NO to that narrative.
For too long, ordinary Kenyans who try to play by the rules and keep the faith have been trodden down, laughed at and exploited, whilst those who cut corners and cut deals have been rewarded.
If you are lucky to have a job, you are working harder than ever, spending less time with your children, relatives and friends, working nights and weekends. Your income seems to be going down, as commodity prices go up. For example, only yesterday the price of sugar went up from KSH133/kilo to KSH145/kilo. The cost of education, health care, housing, fuel and food are going ever higher. More and more of our people are facing poverty.
Our people want change, but corrupt government is in the way. The march for change has been hijacked by privileged interests. We must condemn and stop the horrible politics of corruption and give our people the government they deserve: a government that works for them.
It is time for change. Real, revolutionary change.
By all the indicators for economic and social development, Kenya is going backwards, fast. How is it possible that this beautiful country, so rich in human and natural resources, is fast becoming a poor country? How is it possible that our country, which should be a shining beacon of opportunity and hope, has become a country of despair for so many?Life is a lot harder and a lot less hopeful than it was before the Jubilee regime was put in office by a Supreme Court ruling.
The Jubilee regime has gone on a borrowing spree; literally auctioning our country and our people to international lenders. And then they steal almost every penny that they borrow. I promise you, that when I become President, we must renegotiate some of these loans to avoid a total collapse of our economy. And that we must do in good faith.
So if you are fed up with a Government that doesn’t work to create jobs, if you’re fed up with a government system that seems to work against you not for you, if you’re fed up with watching the government increasing our debt pile and failing to invest in your future, then work with me to return Kenya to the path of progress for the benefit of us all.
For those of you who believe in the rich diversity of our motherland, for those of you who refuse to be profiled on the basis of tribe and region and religion, for those who sincerely pay allegiance to the words of our national anthem and believe in the deeper ideals of the black and the white and the red and the green of the flag of our republic; I offer myself to you as a true servant leader; ready, willing and able to unite all Kenyans from all walks of life in pursuit of the ideals of a new Kenyan dream.
Jobs. Education. Security. Healthcare and the environment. These are not just words from my lips. The priorities of the government I will head must be right and clear: I will put the people first again. For example, the CORD leadership is truly united and committed to the eradication of extreme poverty in accordance with Sustainable Development Goal Number One.
But priorities without a clear plan of action are just empty words. To turn these priorities into reality,we must change the way Government works, fundamentally.
Jubilee has no motivation to fix Government. They are unwilling, but worse still they have no clue. They simply want to use Government to display raw power and ill-gotten wealth.
It is time for us to realize that if we keep doing the same things over and over, we cannot change for the better. If we really want to use government to help people, we have got to make government work again.
Now, I don’t have all the answers to the many challenges we all face. But I know and you know that the old ways are not working.
Bureaucracies at both national and in some of the devolved levels have failed you. That is why we need a new approach to government. A government that offers more empowerment and less entitlement. A government that is leaner, not meaner. Agovernment that expands opportunity, not the bureaucracy.
When elected President, my Government will pursue and facilitate a review of the Constitution to restructure devolution and allocate more resources to the devolved units. I shall personally champion the introduction of cabinet secretaries to the Legislature and creation of deputy cabinet secretaries. To ensure inclusion and cohesion, I shall push for the reintroduction of premiership in a new structure of Government that truly returns power to the people. This will be done within the first 180 days of my presidency.
Now is the time to choose a government that is based not on what each of us can take, but on what all of us must give to our nation.
I offer our people change based on Kenyan values. The choice is not Kamba. It is not Kikuyu. It is not Luo. It is not Kalenjin. It is not Luya. It is not Meru. It is not Kisi. It is not Maasai. Neither is it Gema nor Kamatusa. It is Kenyan. It is different. It is new. It is change that will work for all of us.
It is time for the long-anticipated revolutionary change. Nothing will stand in the path of change that is sweeping across the globe. It happened in the U.K. with Brexit. It happened in the US with the election of Donald Trump as President. Closer to home, it happened in Gambia (never mind his unacceptable change of mind) and most recently it happened in Ghana.
It is time for change. Jubilee must be crushed at the ballot on round one of the 2017 presidential poll and I am ready to lead my country through that change.
I want to see a Kenya that says to our talented and young entrepreneurs and business people: We will give you more incentives and more opportunity than ever before to develop the skills of your workers and create Kenyan jobs and Kenyan wealth in the new African and global economy.
A Kenya in which healthcare is a right, not a privilege. A Kenya that is at peace with its neighbors. A Kenya that takes her pride of place among the community of civilized States. A Kenya with a strong military, ready and able to use force to protect and defend our people and our interests when and where necessary. A Kenya playing its part in the global efforts to preserve and protect our common environment – indeed our common heritage.
At the weekend, the President said his Government would pursue a Motion in the National Assembly to disengage from the International Criminal Court. For what Mr. President? It is these kinds of statement that alienate us from the community of civilized states. It is a retrogressive move. It is endorsing impunity. It is embracing the rule of the jungle. It must not happen in Kenya. In fact, I call on all African leaders to desist from pursuing this course of action.
Now is the time for real, revolutionary change.
To my brothers and sisters in the opposition, take note that we carry the hopes and dreams and aspirations of millions of Kenyans spread across our country as well asKenyans, working and studying abroad. These Kenyans struggle every daywith the burden of Jubilee misrule.
We must save our people. We must save our country. We must secure the destiny of future generations.
Now we must come together and dispassionately agree on a single presidential candidate for the 2017 elections; a candidate who is acceptable in all corners of the country and one who will decisively vanquish Jubilee from power.
I have just gratefully received and very proudly accepted your nomination to be your presidential candidate. I believe I am the best candidate to face Uhuru in the campaign and to defeat him on the ballot in the next elections.
I thank all of you for your support and I say to every Kenyan today:
Ninakufeel! Tubonge! Nasikiza!Let’s Talk! I’m Listening!
I will be proud to serve you. Twende kazi.

WIPER PARTY TO HOLD NATIONAL DELEGATES CONGRESS ON 13 th DEC

Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka (left), Secretary General Hassan Omar and David Musila with party members during National Executive Council, Wiper Movement meeting Wiper Democratic Movement will on Tuesday 13 th December 2016 hold its National Delegates Congress (NDC) expected  to be attended by CORD co-principals Raila Odinga and Moses wetangula The delegates will converge at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani to officialy endorse Kalonzo’s presidential candidature. On Wednesday , Wiper held a National Executive Council (NEC) meeting and announced that the party would ratify its resolve to okay the party leader Kalonzo Musyoka to run for president for the second time. After the formal nomination, Kalonzo is expected to outline his vision. The Opposition leaders are separately stepping up their presidential bids even as they mull over talks to form the "national super alliance". Wiper Executive Director Dr. Siso said preparation are on top gare for thousands of delegates from various destinations upcountry are expected in that day.

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Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka (left), Secretary General Hassan Omar and David Musila with party members during National Executive Council, Wiper Movement meeting

Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka (left), Secretary General Hassan Omar and David Musila with party members during National Executive Council, Wiper Movement meeting

Wiper Democratic Movement will on Tuesday 13 th December 2016 hold its National Delegates Congress (NDC) expected  to be attended by CORD co-principals Raila Odinga and Moses wetangula

The delegates will converge at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani to officialy endorse Kalonzo’s presidential candidature.

On Wednesday , Wiper held a National Executive Council (NEC) meeting and announced that the party would ratify its resolve to okay the party leader Kalonzo Musyoka to run for president for the second time.

After the formal nomination, Kalonzo is expected to outline his vision.

The Opposition leaders are separately stepping up their presidential bids even as they mull over talks to form the “national super alliance”.

Wiper Executive Director Dr. Siso said preparation are on top gare for thousands of delegates from various destinations upcountry are expected in that day.