The Wiper Democratic Movement’s NEC/PG Resolutions On 20th March 2018

Following our Summit meeting at Stoni Athi, 8 days ago, The Wiper Democratic Movement’s NEC/PG has today met and resolved as follows:

1. As a Party, we appreciate the initiative by H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta and Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga on an all-inclusive and structured dialogue. As a Party, we are on record in promoting dialogue as a way of healing our country.

2. As a Party, we support a strong National Super Alliance (NASA) with all the four political parties holding together. We support the Bomas Constitutional Draft as the basis for a review of the 2010 Constitution.

3. As a Party, we do not support the purported removal of Sen. Moses Wetangula as the Senate Minority Leader. Indeed, our position is that Wetangula holds his position courtesy of a decision by the Summit leaders – Hon. Raila Odinga, Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka, Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, as well as Sen. Wetangula himself. Wiper fully supports the Summit’s position on this matter.

God Bless Kenya.

Zuma, Ethiopia PM resignations good sign of change coming to Kenya – Kalonzo

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Makueni's Kivutha Kibwana during the funeral of the governor's brother in-law Lenno Mbaga Mwambura at Bodoi in Kikambala, Kilifi county, February 17, 2018. /DENNIS KAVISU
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Makueni’s Kivutha Kibwana during the funeral of the governor’s brother in-law Lenno Mbaga Mwambura at Bodoi in Kikambala, Kilifi county, February 17, 2018. /DENNIS KAVISU
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has hailed the resignation of former South African president Jacob Zuma saying it is a sign of change coming to Kenya.

Kalonzo on Saturday said the current political events where long-serving leaders have had to exit is a clear indication that NASA’s quest for electoral justice is on the right path.

He spoke during the burial of Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana’s brother in-law Prof Lenno Mbaga in Kikambala, Kilifi county.

The NASA principal also cited the fall of Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe and the recent resignation Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemarian Desalegn.

“Mugabe left office after clinging to power for far too long. No life was lost during his exit because the people of Zimbabwe felt it was time for change,” Kalonzo said.

“Zuma tried to resist but he was forced to. In this country, the people shall also decide and push some people out of office.”

He said the developments in the African nations “should serve as an eye opener for Kenyan politicians who think they will rule the country forever.”

Kalonzo has been on the spot after skipping the swearing in of Raila Odinga as the people’s president on January 30.

But on this, he asked NASA supporters not to be distracted from the fight for electoral justice.

He has maintained that his absence at the fete, which was also skipped by Musalia Mudavadi (Amani National Congress) and Ford Kenya’s Moses Wetang’ula, was a strategy.

Dismissing claims that the coalition is on the verge of collapse, Kalonzo said the NASA team is united and focused to propel its agenda forward.

He said the coalition will hold its national summit to address on the pending issues before embarking on his swearing in as the deputy people’s president.


Kalonzo Musyoka outs another grand plan of rigging the August election

The NASA alliance has raised fears that Jubilee is planning to increase the number of polling stations in order to rig the elections in August – Kalonzo Musyoka observed that the number of polling stations in Kenya keeps increasing and the IEBC is not giving a definate number – He said that Jubilee was planning to increase the number of polling stations in opposition strongholds and give Jubilee an upper hand – Kalonzo also revealed that Jubilee used an underground cable to connect the TNA tallying centre to the National tallying centre that helped in rigging – Previously, NASA also contested the award of the ballot printing tender to the Dubai based firm Al Ghurair citing its links to Uhuru Kenyatta The NASA alliance has accused the IEBC yet again of working with Jubilee to rig the August General Election.


Wiper Democratic Movement Leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka cleared by the Wiper Party as the presidential candidate.

Wiper Democratic Movement Leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka cleared by the Wiper Party as the presidential candidate. Kalonzo was presented with a clearance certificate paving way for him to contest the Presidency on Wiper Democratic Movement. (PICTURES BY DENNIS KAVISU)

Ambassador Chirau Ali Mwakwere Joins Wiper Democratic Movement

H.E Dr Stephen kalonzo Musyoka together with Wiper Deputy Party Leader Farah Maalim and Secretary General Hassan Omar Hassan receive Kwale Governor aspirant ,Ambassador Chirau Ali Mwakwere and Tharaka Nithi Governor aspirant Kathee Wa Kathee and other defectors from different parties. Wiper Party leader later received Isaiah Nyaribo a North Mugirango  MP aspirant and Gabriel Amenya Nyamira Township ward aspirant both of whom defected from Jubilee.

2017 Nominations

In exercise of the powers conferred by the Wiper Democratic Movement-Kenya constitution and pursuant to NEC resolution dated 7th December 2016, the National Elections Board hereby notifies the general public and members of the party of its intention to receive applications, in prescribed forms, for the positions of President, Governors, Members of the Senate, Members of the National Assembly,
Members of the County Assembly and County Women Representative in the National Assembly.

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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.



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.