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Monday, July 17, 2017

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The presidential running mates debate is underway at Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).
Mr Muthiora Kariara, running mate to Independent presidential candidate Japhet Kavinga Kaluyu is the only candidate appearing for debate.

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  1. Kariara: The election is not a two-horse race, elections are for Kenyans. Voters should ask themselves if their living standards in terms of health, economy, corruption have improved or deteriorated. If you are tired of status quo, and want change, vote for our candidate, Dr Kavinga. We are ready for duty.
  2. Kariara: On corruption, the country loses about a third of its income to corruption. Corrupt individuals should be dealt with on the spot. My presidential candidate and I have no affiliation to any cartels. Kenyans have an opportunity to have their voices heard on August 8 by electing new leaders of integrity. Kenyans to regret tainted leaders. Jubilee government is tainted, I appeal to you to vote them out and vote for Mr Kavinga. Leaders of integrity will have a duty to pass legislation that will fight corruption, such as attaching their assets.
  3. Kariara: I tarmacked for a year looking for a job after graduating and I had to start farming to meet my expenses. I started pig farming. I did not have capital and got garbage for restaurants. I got someone to rent me space to put up a structure for pig sty. I got someone to give me piglets. I ask youth to see agriculture as outdated. There is modern technology for farming. We will deploy to the ground extension services to help them.
  4. Kariara: We plan to create jobs that youth want. By this we mean not having one line of jobs such as NYS, but give them jobs that they do with passion such as online jobs or accountancy.
  5. Kariara: On education, we plan to start mentorship program involving Kenyans in diaspora. We are committed to starting a conducive environment for businesses to thrive to create jobs. Youth in Kenya are treated like a problem that need to be solved and not as a resource that need to be harnessed. We will establish community resource centres to be run by fresh graduates. We will allocate Sh10 billion for these resource centres.
  6. Kariara: We will abolish VAT
    Kariara: If we win, we will limit borrowing. Before we go out to borrow, we will improve tax collection. In our six-point plan, we will reduce taxes. We will have an integrated database to have records of all working Kenyans so that we can be able to get taxes. We will abolish VAT.
  7. Kariara: Capping of interest-- Kenyan banks used to make abnormal profits from high interest rates. The profits they are making now are acceptable. They have made rules of borrowing difficult and government has helped them by borrowing from local financial markets. My Idea would be if we take power, we will look into how we will change capping to give banks room to play between low rate and upper limit and have tough rules to prevent exploitation. We will tax money that lie idle, that is, if banks hold money without lending, we will have rules that make it expensive for banks to hold onto money that should have been lent out.
  8. Kariara: Mr Kavinga went to the US, where he studied and worked at Wall Street and foreign governments. He is bringing that experience and knowledge he has from abroad home. As his running mate, I have been brought up in Kenya. He is ready for duty.
  9. Kariara: It is not bad for Kenyans to live in diaspora, which is one of the biggest income earner for Kenya.
  10. Mr Kariara says the current government has done good but not the best that Kenya deserves. The office of Deputy President has been blamed for "alot of things". If we win, we will not make it about power for leaders but for the people.
  11. Mr Kariara says most Kenyans shy away from contesting for positions that matter and that have ultimate responsibility. He says Deputy President should be a symbol of national unity and able to step in, if the President is not able to discharge his duties.
  12. Mr Kariara says he has managed a football team and is a banker. He is the running mate to Japhet Kavinga Kaluyu (below).
  13. Muthiora Kariara only candidate appearing for debate
    Mr Muthiora Kariara, running mate to Independent presidential candidate Japhet Kavinga Kaluyu is the only candidate appearing for debate.
  14. Running mates debate underway
    Debate moderated by Sophia Wanuna and Fred Indimuli.
  15. Running mates debate to start with one candidate
    First of the two running mates debate to start with one candidate.
  16. One running mate arrives for debate
    One running mate has arrived at CUEA for the debate. Organisers say debate to go on.
  17. Presidential running mates’ debate to go on, organisers say
    The debate for presidential running mates scheduled for today evening at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) will continue as earlier planned, organisers have said.
    This is despite half the candidates saying they will not participate.
    Mr Wachira Waruru (below), the chairman of the steering committee that is organising the presidential debates, says the debate is still on and that they will host the remaining four candidates.
    Deputy President William Ruto (Jubilee) is still campaigning at the Coast with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
    On the other hand, Nasa running mate Kalonzo Musyoka is out of the country.
    Click here to read full story.
  18. Uhuru issues title deeds in Lamu
    President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto have addressed residents of Kizingitini in Lamu.
    The President has issued 1,100 title deeds to locals.
    He has also promised Sh3 million to expand Kizingitini Secondary School.
    President Kenyatta has enumerated his administration's success in water, health and electricity supply in Lamu.
    President Kenyatta and Mr Ruto said the opposition including former Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka have nothing to show for the years they were in power.
    The duo accused Nasa leaders of spreading propaganda about Jubilee administration’s projects.
  19. Nasa leaders campaign in Homa Bay
    Nasa presidential candidate Raila Odinga and other opposition leaders currently campaigning at Kadongo in Kabondo Kasipul Constituency, Homa Bay County.
    The county is considered to be an opposition backyard.
    ~Photo by Barack Oduor
  20. Tana River residents ready to receive Uhuru, Ruto
    Locals arrive at Garden Grounds in Tana River County ahead of President Uhuru Kenyatta's visit.
    The President and his Deputy William Ruto are campaigning in three Coast counties.
    ~Photo by Kevin odit
  21. Waiting for UhuRuto in Lamu
    Jubilee supporters waiting for President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Uhuru Gardens in Mpeketoni, Lamu West.
    The President is currently in Kizingitini, Lamu West.
    ~Photo by Kalume Kazungu
  22. Three telecoms to transmit election results
    Communications Authority of Kenya Director-General Francis Wangusi has said that three telecommunications companies will transmit election results after voting on August 8.
    CA BOSS Francis Wangusi says 3 telecoms will transmit IEBC poll results; asks parallel tallying centres to announce outcomes after IEBC. pic.twitter.com/dOotd1hrvU
  23. Joho calls for peace before and after polls
    Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has called on Kenyans to maintain peace during and after the August 8 general elections.
    He was speaking at Siloam Church in Bamburi, Mombasa.
    Watch video below.

  24. President Uhuru Kenyatta says Jubilee will defeat Nasa by a landslide
  25. We are ready for you on August 8, Ruto tells Nasa

  26. Mombasa is stinking, Uhuru tells Governor Joho
    President Uhuru Kenyatta has hit out at Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho saying he has failed to deliver on the promises he made to residents when he was elected the county boss.
    Mr Kenyatta says Governor Joho has failed to clear garbage from the city with mounds “becoming mountains”.
    As a result, the President says, Mombasa is stinking.
    Uhuru to Joho: Mombasa is stinking - Daily Nation  http://bit.ly/2uqCOSW 
  27. IEBC says it’s ready for the August 8 elections
    The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has made an assurance that it is ready for the August 8 general election, reports Juma Namulola.
    Speaking at the Mkenya Daima stakeholders' meeting at the Hotel Intercontinental, IEBC Commissioner, Dr Roseline Akombe, has said that everything is set for the election day.
    We are going to have presidential ballots and elections shall be on August 8.
    Our technology will not fail.
    If this kit worked for one month, why should it fail in one day? - Dr Roseline Akombe
  28. UhuRuto take Jubilee campaigns to Lamu, Kilifi and Tana River
    Lucas Barasa and Kalume Kazungu report that President Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto today intensify vote hunt in the Coast counties of Lamu, Tana River and Kilifi.
    They are seeking to get a slice of 1.7 million votes in the region.
    The UhuRuto duo start their campaigns with a rally in Kizingitini in Lamu then head to Mpeketoni.
    Lamu residents expect the President to address insecurity in the region.
    There have been renewed attacks by suspected Al-Shabaab militant in the area which have left several people dead.
    Read full story here.
  29. Nasa campaigns head to Homa Bay County
    Barack Oduor reports that Nasa principals Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetang’ula and Isaac Ruto are today headed to Homa Bay for camapigns in a bid to erase possible gains made by last week’s visit by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto.
    Suba North MP Millie Odhiambo says Mr Odinga will explain to residents how the Jubilee administration is “taking mileage” on projects he helped initiate during the grand coalition government when he was prime minister.
    He is also expected to urge residents to vote for ODM in a six-piece pattern.
    ODM candidates in the region are facing tough challenge from independent candidates.
    Read full story here.
  30. Kilifi Women Representative Aisha Jumwa has claimed there is a plot to lock her out of the ballot in the August 8 elections.
    Ms Jumwa is vying for the Malindi Parliamentary seat.
    Watch video below.

  31. UhuRuto campaigns go to Lamu, Tana River and Kilifi
    Lamu, Tana River na Kilifi - Tuko Pamoja! pic.twitter.com/vTun7uVOdl
  32. Welcome to the Daily Nation live blog.
    It is now 21 days to the August 8 election day.
    Politicians continue campaigning as each seeks to consolidate their votes before the election day.
    Today, Jubilee leaders Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto continue with their campaigns at the Coast.
    Nasa leaders on the other hand, are pitching tent in Homa Bay after campaigning in Nyamira County yesterday.
    At the same time, today running mates for various presidential candidates hold a live debate in the evening

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