LET US PREACH PEACE IN KENYA 2017 GENERAL ELECTIONS

I urge all religious leaders to stand with the Kenyan people I also want to take this opportunity to advice religious leaders to preach peace and warn politicians who will preach hate during this electioneering period do not take sides. By the way I’m sure you know the ten commandments Exodus 20:2-17,  Deuteronomy I want also to urge the Kenyan Police to protect all Kenyans do not be used by Politicians, the IEBC should also let the will of the people prevail.

NEWSPAPER ADVERT

 
PEACE IN KENYA 2017 GENERAL ELECTIONS
In case there is a dispute with the election results that ends up in the court the Judges should not show any bias let them be guided by the constitution.

DIGITAL RELEASE

let-us-preach-peace-in-kenya-2017-general-election

All the politicians should come together and preach peace this also applies to the citizens too I Dr. Sheikh Sharif Ayub shall stand with the Kenyan People and not Politicians. The media houses should not show bias let them report fairly.

The Almighty God is watching we all belong to God and to Him we shall return.

God Bless Kenya, One People , Peace, Love & Unity

PRESS RELEASE

let-us-preach-peace-in-kenya-2017-general-election

Embu Gubernatorial Race ASTROLOGICAL Insight


Governor Martin Wambora shall face stiff competition he shall still win the race come 2017 August, Cecil Mbarire should focus on her parliamentary seat. Lenny Kivuti cannot also win the Gubernatorial race unless he visits a famous Astrologer.

Please: I am not paid by any of the candidates to make this predictions.

Bungoma Senatorial Race!! Astrological Insight!!


Musikari Kombo has a good chance to be the Governor of Bungoma but he is making a huge mistake by running for the Senatorial Seat where he will face Moses Wetangula.
Moses Wetangula shall beat Musikari Kombo if He (Kombo) runs for the Senatorial seat in August 2017.
As a seasoned politician one would expect Musikari Kombo to run for the Gubernatorial seat since   Ken Lusaka (Current Governor) is not gonna be re-elected. Ken Lusaka is very weak politically right now and Musikari Kombo can beat him by a margin of over 70%.
Can Musikari Kombo change his mind and run for the gubernatorial Seat? Only time will tell but as things stand he is going to lose big time to Moses Wetangula.

COUNTY WOMEN REP. RE-ELECTION PREDICTION 2017

COUNTYWOMEN REPS.PARTYPROPBABILITY
BaringoGrace KiptuiURP100%
BometCecilia NgetichURP70%
Bung’omaReginaldaWanyonyiNFK70%
BusiaFlorence MutuaODM70%
ElgeyoMarakwetSusan ChebetURP70%
EmbuRose MitaruTNA50%
GarissaShukraGureWDM-K70%
Homa BayGladys NyasunaODM80%
IsioloAli Tiyah GalgaloTNA50%
KajiadoMary SenetaTNA70%
KakamegaRachel AmesoODM100%
KerichoHellen ChepkwonyURP100%
KiambuAnnah NyokabiTNA70%
KilifiAisha KatanaODM80%
KirinyagaWinnie NjugunaTNA40%
KisiiMary Sally KeraaODM47%
KisumuRose OgendoODM60%
KituiNyiva MwendwaWDM-K40%
KwaleZainab ChidzugaODM50%
LaikipiaJane MachiraTNA60%
LamuShakila Abdalla MohamedWDM-K55%
MachakosSusan MusyokaWDM-K75%
MakueniRose MumoWDM-K90%
ManderaMahbub FathiaURP80%
MarsabitNasra IbrenODM70%
MeruFlorence KajujuTNA50%
MigoriDennitah GhatiODM50%
MombasaMishi Juma KamisiODM50%
Murang’aSabina ChegeTNA70%
NairobiRachael ShebeshTNA30%
NakuruMary MbuguaTNA45%
NandiZipporah KeringURP60%
NarokRoselinda TuyaURP47%
NyamiraAlice ChaeODM60%
NyandaruaWanjiku MuhiaTNA50%
NyeriPriscilla KanyuaTNA50%
SamburuMaisonLeshoomoTNA60%
SiayaChristine OmbakaODM40%
TaitaTavetaJoyce LayODM45%
Tana RiverHalima Ware DuriWDM-K40%
TharakaNithiBeatrice NyagaTNA70%
Trans NzoiaJanet NangaboNFK58%
TurkanaJoyce Akai EmanikorURP65%
UasinGishuEusilah NgenyURP65%
VihigaDorcas KedogoODM48%
WajirFatuma Ibrahim AliODM80%
West PokotRegina ChangorokURP80%
     

 

ASTROLOGICAL RE- ELECTION PREDICTIONS FOR MPS IN KENYA 2017

 COUNTYCONSTITUENCYMP ELECTPROBABILITYCOALITION
1MOMBASACHANGAMWEOmar Mwinyi60%CORD
2JOMVUBadi Twalip51%CORD
3KISAUNIJuma Rashid Bezimba57%CORD
4NYALIHezron Awiti Bolo45%CORD
5LIKONIMwalimu Masoud Mwahima71%CORD
6MVITAAbdulswamad Shariff67%CORD
7KWALEMSAMBWENISuleiman Dori50%CORD
8LUNGA LUNGAKhatibu mwashetani41%CORD
9MATUGAHassan Mwanyoha30%CORD
10KINANGOSamuel Gonzi Rai35%JUBILEE
11KILIFIKILIFI NORTHGideon Mung’aro21%CORD
12KILIFI SOUTHMustapha Iddi45%CORD
13KALOLENIGunga Mwinga28% 
14RABAIWilliam Kamoti50%CORD
15GANZEPeter Safari Shehe45% 
16MALINDIDan Kazungu35%CORD
17MAGARINIHarrison Kombe47%JUBILEE
18TANA RIVERGARSENIbrahim Ahmed sane35%JUBILEE
19GALOLEHassan Dukicha55%JUBILEE
20BURAAli Wario51%JUBILEE
21LAMULAMU EASTKariuki Julius35%EAGLE
22LAMU WESTAli Shariff Athman17%AMANI
23TAITA TAVETATAVETANaomi Shaban41%JUBILEE
24WUNDANYIThomas Ludindi Mwadegu51%CORD
25MWATATEAndrew Mwadime45%CORD
26VOIJones Mlolwa47%CORD
27GARISSAGARISSA TOWNSHIPAdan Duale30%JUBILEE
28BALAMBALAAbdikadir Omar Aden70%CORD
29LAGDERAShidiye Mohammed31%JUBILEE
30DADAABMohamed Dahir Duale55%CORD
31FAFIIlyas Bareshill28%JUBILEE
32IJARAAhmed Ibrahim Abbas47%CORD
33WAJIRWAJIR NORTHIbrahim Abdi Saley50%CORD
34WAJIR EASTAbas Sheikh Mohamed51%JUBILEE
35TARBAJMohamed Ibrahim Elmi41%CORD
36WAJIR WESTAbdikadir Ore47%CORD
37ELDASAdan Keynan47%CORD
38WAJIR SOUTHAbdulahi Zirie49%CORD
39MANDERAMANDERA WESTMohamed Mumad21%JUBILEE
40BANISSAMohamed Haji51%JUBILEE
41MANDERA NORTHMohamed Noor42%JUBILEE
42MANDERA SOUTHMohamed Adan Huka17%JUBILEE
43MANDERA EASTAbdiaziz Ali Farah61%JUBILEE
44LAFEYShaban Ali50%JUBILEE
45MARSABITMOYALERuba Duba41%AMANI
46NORTH HORRChachu Ganya47%CORD
47SAKUDido Ali Rasso48%JUBILEE
48LAISAMISJoseph Lekuton51%CORD
49ISIOLOISIOLO NORTHJoseph Samal65%JUBILEE
50ISIOLO SOUTHAbdullah Jaldesa Banticha58%JUBILEE
51MERUIGEMBE SOUTHFrankline Mithika Linturi47%JUBILEE
52IGEMBE CENTRALCyprian Kubai42%CORD
53IGEMBE NORTHNtoitha Mithiaru42%JUBILEE
54TIGANIA WESTDavid Karithi41%JUBILEE
55TIGANIA EASTMpuri Aburi48%CORD
56NORTH IMENTIRaheem Daud50% 
57BUURIBoniface Gatobu45% 
58CENTRAL IMENTIMwiti Gideon71% 
59SOUTH IMENTIKathuri Murungi65%JUBILEE
60THARAKA-NITHIMAARAKareke Mbiuki41%JUBILEE
61CHUKA/IGAMBANG’OMBENjuki Onesmus51% 
62THARAKAAlex Mburi Muiru35%JUBILEE
63EMBUMANYATTAJohn Muchiri40%JUBILEE
64RUNYENJESCecile Mbarire47%JUBILEE
65MBEERE SOUTHMutava Musyimi17%JUBILEE
66MBEERE NORTHCharles Muriuki19% 
67KITUIMWINGI NORTHJohn Munuve40%CORD
68MWINGI WESTBenard Kitunge45%CORD
69MWINGI CENTRALJohn Mutambu43%CORD
70KITUI WESTFrancis Nyenze45%CORD
71KITUI RURALCharles Nyamai45%CORD
72KITUI CENTRALMakali Mulu35%CORD
73KITUI EASTMutua Muluri40%CORD
74KITUI SOUTHRachael Nyamai28%JUBILEE
75MACHAKOSMASINGABenson Itwiku Mbai40% 
76YATTAFrancis Mwangangi47%CORD
77KANGUNDOKyengo Katapha35%CORD
78MATUNGULUStephen Mutinda41%CORD
79KATHIANIRobert Mbui50%CORD
80MAVOKOPartrick Makau40%CORD
81MACHAKOS TOWNVictor Munyaka47%CORD
82MWALAVincent Musyoka48%CORD
83MAKUENIMBOONIMichael Kesoi Munyao17%CORD
84KILOMERegina Ndambuki47%CORD
85KAITIRichard Katemi Makenga60%CORD
86MAKUENIDaniel Kitonga Maanzo50%CORD
87KIBWEZI WESTPatrick Musimba47% 
88KIBWEZI EASTJessica Nduku Kuko60%CORD
89NYANDARUAKINANGOPSamuel Kamunye Gichigi67% 
90KIPIPIRISamuel Gisigi47% 
91OL KALOUDavid Waiganjo Kiaraho51%JUBILEE
92OL JORO OROKJohn Murithi Waiganjo41%JUBILEE
93NDARAGWAFrancis Nderitu40%JUBILEE
94NYERITETUJames Githinji81%JUBILEE
95KIENIJames Mathenge55%JUBILEE
96MATHIRAPeter Weru Kinyua51%JUBILEE
97OTHAYAMary Wambui81%JUBILEE
98MUKURWEINIKabando wa Kabando47%JUBILEE
99NYERI TOWNEsther Murugi41%JUBILEE
100KIRINYAGAMWEAPeter Gitau65%JUBILEE
101GICHUGUEjideous Njogu41%JUBILEE
102NDIAStephen Muriuki Ongeri48%JUBILEE
103KIRINYAGA CENTRALJoseph Gachoki47%JUBILEE
104MURANG’AKANGEMATitus Ngahu40%JUBILEE
105MATHIOYAClement Wambugu38%JUBILEE
106KIHARUIrungu Kangata50%JUBILEE
107KIGUMOJamleck Kamau50%JUBILEE
108MARAGWAPeter Kamande47%JUBILEE
109KANDARAAlice Wahome41%JUBILEE
110GATANGAHumphrey Njuguna41%JUBILEE
111KIAMBUGATUNDU SOUTHMoses Kuria39%JUBILEE
112GATUNDU NORTHFrancis Kigo njenga48%JUBILEE
113JUJAFrancis Waititu Munyua65%JUBILEE
114THIKA TOWNAlice Wambui Ng’ang’a47%JUBILEE
115RUIRUEsther Gathogo42%JUBILEE
116GITHUNGURINjoroge Baiya50%JUBILEE
117KIAMBU TOWNJude Njomo41%JUBILEE
118KIAMBAAPaul Karuga Koinange71%JUBILEE
119KABETEFerdinand Waititu50%JUBILEE
120KIKUYUAnthony Kimani Ichungwag47%JUBILEE
121LIMURUJohn Kiragu Chege48%JUBILEE
122LARIJoseph M. Kahangara50%JUBILEE
123TURKANATURKANA NORTHChristopher Nakuleu41%JUBILEE
124TURKANA WESTDaniel Epuyo Nanok55%JUBILEE
125TURKANA CENTRALJohn Lodepe Nakara60%JUBILEE
126LOIMAProtus Ewesit Akuja51%CORD
127TURKANA SOUTHJames Lomeenen37%JUBILEE
128TURKANA EASTNixon Ngikolong31%CORD
129WEST POKOTKAPENGURIASamuel Moroto31%AMANI
130SIGORRotino Philip45%JUBILEE
131KACHELIBAMark Lomunokon51%JUBILEE
132POKOT SOUTHDavid Lusaiko42%JUBILEE
133SAMBURUSAMBURU WESTJohnathan Lelit37%JUBILEE
134SAMBURU NORTHMusa Lentoimaga31%JUBILEE
135SAMBURU EASTRaphael Letimalo40%JUBILEE
136TRANS NZOIAKWANZAFerdinand Wanyanyo40%CORD
137ENDEBESSRobert Bukofe58%JUBILEE
138SABOTIDavid Wafula Wekesa60%CORD
139KIMININIChrisantos Wakhunju40%CORD
140CHERANGANYWesley Kitur48% 
141UASIN GISHUSOYEdwin Barchilei70%JUBILEE
142TURBOElijah Busienei49%JUBILEE
143MOIBENSilas Kipkoech48%JUBILEE
144AINABKOISamuel Chepkonga50%JUBILEE
145KAPSERETOscar Sudi49%JUBILEE
146KESSESJames Kimaru Bett41%JUBILEE
147ELGEYO-MARAKWETMARAKWET EASTKangogo Bowen55%JUBILEE
148MARAKWET WESTWilliam Kisang41%JUBILEE
149KEIYO NORTHJames Murgor60%JUBILEE
150KEIYO SOUTHMoses Kiplagat Changwony51%JUBILEE
151NANDITINDERETMeli Julius Kibiwott48%JUBILEE
152ALDAICornelly Serem87%JUBILEE
153NANDI HILLSAlfred Kiptoo Keter61%JUBILEE
154CHESUMEIElijah Langat51%JUBILEE
155EMGWENAlex Kosgey40%JUBILEE
156MOSOPStephen Bitok70%JUBILEE
157BARINGOTIATYAsman Kamama80%JUBILEE
158BARINGO NORTHWilliam Cheptumu Kipkorir81%JUBILEE
159BARINGO CENTRALSammy Mwaita71%JUBILEE
160BARINGO SOUTHGrace Kipchoim51%JUBILEE
161MOGOTIOHellen Sambili60%CORD
162ELDAMA RAVINEMoses Lessonet49%JUBILEE
163LAIKIPIALAIKIPIA WESTWachira Kimani55%JUBILEE
164LAIKIPIA EASTAntony Mutahi51%JUBILEE
165LAIKIPIA NORTHMathew Lembakeu47%CORD
166NAKURUMOLOJacob Waweru41%JUBILEE
167NJORONg’ang’a Joseph Tiuna58%JUBILEE
168NAIVASHAJohn Kihagi51%JUBILEE
169GILGILNderitu Mathenge60%JUBILEE
170KURESOI SOUTHZakayo Cheruiyot50%JUBILEE
171KURESOI NORTHMoses Cheboi41%AMANI
172SUBUKIANelson Gachuiya81%JUBILEE
173RONGAIRaymond Kipruto Moi49%AMANI
174BAHATIOnesmus Kimani45%JUBILEE
175NAKURU TOWN WESTSamwel Arama50%CORD
176NAKURU TOWN EASTDavid Gikaria50%JUBILEE
177NAROKKILGORISGideon Konchella50%JUBILEE
178EMURIA DIKIRRJohana Kipyegon Ngeno60%EAGLE
179NAROK NORTHMoitalel Kenta71%JUBILEE
180NAROK EASTKen Kiloku65%JUBILEE
181NAROK SOUTHLemein Korei81%JUBILEE
182NAROK WESTPatrick ole Ntutu51%JUBILEE
183KAJIADOKAJIADO NORTHJoseph Manje45%JUBILEE
184KAJIADO CENTRALElijah Memusi51%CORD
185KAJIADO EASTTerris Tobiko40%JUBILEE
186KAJIADO WESTMoses Sakuda37%JUBILEE
187KAJIADO SOUTHJuda Katoo40%CORD
188KERICHOKIPKELION EASTJoseph Limo40%JUBILEE
189KIPKELION WESTJackson Rop37%JUBILEE
190AINAMOIBenjamin Langat51%JUBILEE
191BURETILeornard Sang39%JUBILEE
192BELGUTEric Keter28%JUBILEE
193SIGOWET/SOINKipsang Kemei48%JUBILEE
194BOMETSOTIKJoyce Cherono Laboso51%JUBILEE
195CHEPALUNGUPaul Bii47%JUBILEE
196BOMET EASTBernard Bett Kipkirui49%JUBILEE
197BOMET CENTRALRonald Tanui41%JUBILEE
198KONOINSammy Koech41%JUBILEE
199KAKAMEGALUGARIAyub Savula40%AMANI
200LIKUYANIEnock Kibunguchi45%CORD
201MALAVAMoses Malulu45% 
202LURAMBIRaphael Otaalo41%CORD
203NAVAKHOLOEmmanuel Wangwe39%AMANI
204MUMIAS WESTNiacca Johnston Manya47%CORD
205MUMIAS EASTBenjamin Washiali45%AMANI
206MATUNGUDavid Were41%AMANI
207BUTEREAndrew Toboso Anyanga35%CORD
208KHWISEROBenjamin Andola41%CORD
209SHINYALUSilvestre Lisamula50%CORD
210IKOLOMANIShinali Bernard30%AMANI
211VIHIGAVIHIGAYusuf Chanzu40%AMANI
212SABATIAAlfred Agoi40%AMANI
213HAMISICharles Gimose35% 
214LUANDAChris Omulele41%CORD
215EMUHAYAWilberforce Otichilo51%CORD
216BUNGOMAMT. ELGONJohn Serut65% 
217SIRISIAJohn Waluke40%CORD
218KABUCHAIJames Lusweti Mukwe51%CORD
219BUMULAOtsiula Boniface50%AMANI
220KANDUYIWamunyinyi Wafula41%CORD
221WEBUYE EASTAlfred Sambu50%AMANI
222WEBUYE WESTDan Wanyama60%AMANI
223KIMILILISuleiman Kasuti Mururnga41%CORD
224TONGARENSimiyu Eseli50%CORD
225BUSIATESO NORTHArthur Odera47%CORD
226TESO SOUTHMary Emaase41%CORD
227NAMBALEJohn Bunyasi47%AMANI
228MATAYOSGeoffery Odaga Makoha47%CORD
229BUTULAMichael Aringo Onyura50%CORD
230FUNYULAOtwoma Paul49%CORD
231BUDALANGIAbabu Namwamba30%CORD
232SIAYAUGENYADavid Ouma Ochieng47%CORD
233UGUNJAJames Opiyo Wandayi40%CORD
234ALEGO USONGAGeorge Omondi Muluany47%CORD
235GEMJakoyo Midiwo47%CORD
236BONDOGideon Ochanda50%CORD
237RARIEDANicholas Gumbo49%CORD
238KISUMUKISUMU EASTAhmed Shakil Shabir70%CORD
239KISUMU WESTJohn Alago Oluoch50%CORD
240KISUMU CENTRALKen Obura45%CORD
241SEMEJames Nyikal40%CORD
242NYANDOFred Outa50%CORD
243MUHORONIJames Oyoo48%CORD
244NYAKACHJoshua Aduma61%CORD
245HOMA BAYKASIPULJoseph Magwanga47%CORD
246KABONDO KASIPULOsele Onyango Silvance70%CORD
247KARACHUONYOJames Rege81%CORD
248RANGWEGeorge Oner60%CORD
249HOMA BAY TOWNGeorge Kaluma41%CORD
250NDHIWANeto Augustino55%CORD
251MBITAMillie Odhiambo51%CORD
252SUBAJohn Mbadi61%CORD
253MIGORIRONGODalmas Otieno49%CORD
254AWENDOJared Opiyo50%CORD
255SUNA EASTJunet Noor Mohamed61%CORD
256SUNA WESTJoseph Obiero Ndiege47%CORD
257URIRIJohn Kobado67%CORD
258NYATIKEPeter Adik Omondi71%CORD
259KURIA WESTMathias Nyamare Robi49%JUBILEE
260KURIA EASTShadrack Roger Mwita51%AMANI
261KISIIBONCHARIOroo Oyieko40%AMANI
262SOUTH MUGIRANGOManson Oyongo57% 
263BOMACHOGE BORABUJoel Onyancha47%JUBILEE
264BOBASIStephen Kengere49%CORD
265BOMACHOGE CHACHESimon Ogare47%CORD
266NYARIBARI MASABAElijah Musomi50% 
267NYARIBARI CHACHEChris Bichage47%CORD
268KITUTU CHACHE NORTHJimmy Angwenyi80%JUBILEE
269KITUTU CHACHE SOUTHMomaima Onyonka47%CORD
270NYAMIRAKITUTU MASABATimothy Moseti Bosire48%CORD
271WEST MUGIRANGOJames Ondicho48%CORD
272NORTH MUGIRANGOCharles Geni Makuti51%CORD
273BORABUBen Momanyi51%CORD
274NAIROBIWESTLANDSTimothy Wanyonyi Wetangula51%CORD
275DAGORETTI NORTHPaul Simba40%CORD
276DAGORETTI SOUTHDennis Kariuki61%JUBILEE
277LANGATAJoash Odhiambo Olum50%CORD
278KIBRAOkoth Kenneth48%CORD
279ROYSAMBUWahenya Ndirangu81%JUBILEE
280KASARANIJohn Chege91%JUBILEE
281RUARAKATom Kajwang40%CORD
282EMBAKASI SOUTHMohamed Sumra50%CORD
283EMBAKASI NORTHJames Mwangi Gakuyu50%JUBILEE
284EMBAKASI CENTRALJohn Ndirangu Kariuki47%JUBILEE
285EMBAKASI EASTJohn Ogutu Omondi49%CORD
286EMBAKASI WESTGeorge Theuri71%JUBILEE
287MAKADARABenson Mutura Kangara61%JUBILEE
288KAMUKUNJIYusuf Hassan35%JUBILEE
289STAREHEMaina Kamanda28%JUBILEE
290MATHARESteven Kariuki31%CORD

 

KENYA GUBERNATORIAL RACE ALL COUNTIES PREDICTIONS 2017 -AUGUST

COUNTYGOVERNORPROBABILITY
   
1. MOMBASAALI HASSAN JOHO 70%
2. KWALESALIM MVURIA 40%
3. KILIFIAMASON KINGI 100%
4. TANA RIVERIN DADO 80%
5. LAMUISSA TIMANI  70
6. TAITA TAVETAJOHN MTUTA MRUTU 80%
7. GARISSANATHIF ADAM JAAMA 90%
8. WAJIRAHMED ABDULLAHI  80%
9. MANDERAALI ROBA 25%
10. MARSABITUKUR YATANI  70%
11. ISIOLOGODANA DOYO 80%
12. MERUPETER MUNYA  50%
13. THARAKA NITHISAMWEL MBAE 65%
14. EMBUNYAGA WAMBORA  70%
15. KITUIJULIUS MALOMBE 24%
16. MACHAKOSALFRED MUTUA 40%
17. MAKUENIKIVUTHA KIBWANA  40%
18. NYANDARUADANIEL WAITHAKA 45%
19. NYERINDERITU GACHAGUA 55%
20. KIRINYAGAJOSEPH NDATHI 50%
21. MURANGAMWANGI WA IRIA 60%
22. KIAMBUWILLIAM KABOGO 95%
23. TURKANAJOSEPH NANOK  80%
24. WEST POKOTSIMON KITELEI KACHAPIN  75%
25. SAMBURUMOSES KASAINE 49%
26. TRANS NZOIAPATRICK SIMIYU  55%
27. UASIN GISHUJACKSON MANDAGO  45%
28. ELGEYO MARAKWETALEX TOLGOS 70%
29. NANDICLEOPHAS LAGAT 60%
30. BARINGOCHEBOI CHESIRE 40%
31. LAIKIPIAJOSHUA IRUNGU 50%
32. NAKURUKINUTHIA MBUGUA 50%
33. NAROKSAMWEL KUNTAI  40%
34. KAJIADODAVID NKENDIENYE 65%
35. KERICHOPAUL KIPRONO CHEPKONY 40%
36. BOMETISAAC RUTO 80%
37. KAKAMEGAWYCLIFFE OPARANYA  70%
38. VIHIGAMOSES AKARANGA 50%
39. BUNGOMAKEN LUSAKA 30%
40. BUSIASOSPETER OJAAMONG 90%
41. SIAYA COUNTYCORNELL RASANGA 70%
42. KISUMUJACK RANGUMA 55%
43. HOMABAYCYPRIAN AWITI  70%
44. MIGORIZACHARY OBADO 45%
45. KISIIJAMES ONGWAE 85%
46. NYAMIRAJOHN NYANGARAMA 55%
47. NAIROBIEVANS KIDERO 55%

ALL 47 COUNTIES SENATE RACE ASTROLOGICAL PREDICTION 2017- AUGUST

COUNTYSENATORPROBABILITY
1. MOMBASAHASSAN OMAR50%
2. KWALEBOY JUMA BOY70%
3. KILIFISTEWART MADZAYO60%
4. TANA RIVERALI BULE80%
5. LAMUABU CHIABA50%
6. TAITA TAVETADAN MWAZO70%
7. GARISSAYUSUF HAJI70%
8. WAJIRABDIRAHMAN ALI50%
9. MANDERABILLOW KEROW17%
10. MARSABITGODANA HARGURA50%
11. ISIOLOMOHAMMED KUTI30%
12. MERUKIRAITU MURUNGI17%
13. THARAKA NITHIKITHURE KINDIKI65%
14. EMBULENNY KIVUTI17%
15. KITUIDAVID MUSILA80%
16. MACHAKOSJOHNSTONE MUTHAMA80%
17. MAKUENIMUTULA KILONZO80%
18. NYANDARUAMURIUKI KARUE70%
19. NYERIMUTAHI KAGWE70%
20. KIRINYAGADANIEL KARABA50%
21. MURANGAKEMBI GITURA65%
22. KIAMBUPAUL KIMANI50%
23. TURKANAJOHN MUNYES50%
24. WEST POKOTJOHN LONYANGAPUO70%
25. SAMBURUSAMMY LESHORE70%
26. TRANS NZOIAHENRY NDIEMA50%
27. UASIN GISHUISAAC MELLY45%
28. ELGEYO MKWTKIPCHUMBA MURKOMEN25%
29. NANDISTEPHEN SANG60%
30. BARINGOGIDEON MOI45%
31. LAIKIPIAG.G. KARIUKI60%
32. NAKURUJAMES KIARIE55%
33. NAROKSTEVEN OLE NTUTU80%
34. KAJIADOPETER MOSITET70%
35. KERICHOCHARLES KETER17%
36. BOMETWILFRED LESAN60%
37. KAKAMEGABONNY KHALWALE50%
38. VIHIGAGEORGE KHANIRI45%
39. BUNGOMAMOSES WETANGULA55%
40. BUSIAAMOS WAKO60%
41. SIAYA COUNTYJAMES ORENGO17%
42. KISUMUANYANG NYONGO50%
43. HOMABAYMOSES KAJWANG45%
44. MIGORIWILFRED MACHAGE65%
45. KISIICHRIS OBURE30%
46. NYAMIRAKENNEDY OKONGO50%
47. NAIROBIGIDEON MBUVI50%

 

PREDICTION ON AFRICA’S POLITICAL LEADERSHIP

I have a dream on Africa’s political leadership and economic affairs, Africa is the sleeping giant and if the political class could unite we can form a very formidable block which can rival the European Union & The United States of America.

According to my vision the capital city of this new block will be in Harare, Zimbabwe a federal system of government will amplify Africa’s influence across the World.
As the lyrics of  “We’re The World” by Michael Jackson famously stated “We can’t go on pretending day by day That someone, somewhere will soon make a change”; this means that we as  Africans are the ones to take charge of our own future.

As the leading East African Astrologer I urge you my African brothers and sisters we need to stop killing one another and unite behind a common goal of making our lives better.

Africa is endowed with vast amount of wealth in mineral resources and yet it’s the poorest continent on earth this is majorly due to poor governance.

Poor Governance is to blame for this problem but there are other underlying issues which I shall point out below;

 1.Security: Foreign investment can thrive within this continent if investor are assured that they will not loose their investment due to political instability for instance.

The African heads should not shy away from seeking help from International Community we can benefit from  cutting edge technological knowledge which can help has fight crime.

2.Education: The continent as a whole needs to invest heavily in education we need the developed countries to partner with us in creating curriculum that promotes entrepreneurship. This can only happen if we show accountability by fighting corruption and ensuring that there is transparency in this sector. Our Kids should be able to get the best Education in Africa without having to travel abroad.

3.Health: There is a saying that goes “Health is Wealth” the current state of the African health sector is depressing from lack of the required drugs, personnel, equipment and to unpaid wages of the doctors and nurses.

Seeking specialized treatment is very expensive in Africa that’s why the ruling elite choose to fly abroad for treatment, majority of the African people cannot afford to fly abroad thus they end up dying of illness that could be treated.

This sector needs thorough overhaul and investment  which can only be  done effectively if we collaborate with developed nations and by fighting corruption ruthlessly.

2017 ELECTION BREAKDOWN

raila will win the presidency

raila

Raila Odinga – Former Prime Minister of Kenya
He has a good chance of winning the Presidential Elections coming up in 2017. The political scene is going to be very tense in the coming months but I urge him to use a more subdued tone in his campaigns.
The leadership of this beautiful country, Kenya is in Raila’s hands; considering the role his father the Late Jaramongi Oginga Odinga played in the early days of our independence the British colonial masters. Mr. Jaramongi Oginga Odinga let the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta take the reigns of power instead of leading the country himself his son the former Prime Minister of Kenya Raila Odinga took the same honourable step by endorsing the former President H.E Mwai Kibaki for the presidential campaign of 2002 which he won.
Whatever the results of the 2017 Presidential elections will be Raila Odinga should urge all his supporters to continue being peaceful. Raila Odinga should continue fighting for the rights of ordinary people he needs to protect the Kenyan democracy. (new Constitution, Multiparty democracy.etc).
I urge the former Prime Minister to consult African elders and Religious leaders on his leadership. I also want to prophesy that Raila Odinga’s family shall be in leadership position from 2030.

uhuru-kenyatta

H.E Uhuru Kenyatta – The President of the Republic of Kenya
He is the son of the first president Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, from his birth. Mr.Kenyatta has benefited tremendously from the support of older politicians who worked with his father. President Moi initiated him to politics in 2002 ever since he has proven to be a very fast leaner from his time as a minister in Kibaki’s administration to his first four years as the current President of Kenya.
I expect President Uhuru Kenyatta to have a different approach in the coming 2017 general election he is becoming one of the politician who is in touch with the citizens.
As long as the Kenyan presidency is concerned leadership is still going to come from the Kenyatta’s, particularly one of his son shall lead this country from 2030.
My advice is that he be kind to Kenyans and also urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.

kenyan-vp-kalonzo-musyoka

Kalonzo Musyoka – Former Vice President of Kenya
The former Vice President of the republic of Kenya has a chance of assuming the leadership of this country.
According to my Astrological insights the highest office he can assume is that of the being a running mate or the deputy president of this great country and not the Presidency.
The only way he can win the presidency only if he can get support from leaders in other communities which is highly unlikely at the moment. I see him as a good and honest leader something that our country needs. I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.

joho

Ali Hassan Joho – Governor, Mombasa County
He is a young firebrand politician who hails from Raila’s school of politics from his time as a Member of Parliament to him winning the Gubernatorial Race Joho has risen very fast.
According to my Astrological insight Ali Hassan Joho can make a formidable vice president and later president.
The coastal region should give him unwavering support he may turn out to be their savior.
My Astrological insight shows me that he will be in the Kenya politics for a long time. I want to urge Hassan Joho to seek Islamic advice from Sheikhs for his campaign.

moses-wetangula

Sen.Moses Wetang’ula – Senator for Bungoma
Honorable Wetangula can have a huge political impact in the country if he can join hands with politicians such as Mudavadi in their quest to secure the western vote for CORD.
He has presidential ambitions too but that cannot come easy he will need to work alot harder to build his image as someone who can be trusted by all Kenyans although he is a good God fearing man.
I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.

mudavadi

Musalia Mudavadi – Former Deputy President of Kenya
Mr. Mudavi shares Presidential ambitions with other politicians but for him the road to State House will need a lot more work a huge support from his political base (Western) which currently he does not have. Also there is the Raila factor for him to get the Nyanza vote he needs to work with leaders form that region. I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.

gideon-moi

Gideon Moi – Senator Baringo County
Son of the second president of the republic of Kenya H.E Daniel T. Arap Moi from 2020 he will have a good shot at the Presidency.
He his a very luck man in many way, comes from the Moi’s School of politics whether he can fit in his fathers shoes is another thing.
I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.

Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto addresses a special inter-religious prayer service for the people killed and injured in the recent Westgate shopping mall attack in the capital Nairobi, on October 1, 2013. The International Criminal Court on September 27 briefly extended Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto's absence from his trial to allow him to attend a prayer meeting for victims of the Nairobi shopping mall attack. "The sitting will resume on Wednesday, October 2," presiding judge Chile Eboe-Osuji said. AFP PHOTO / SIMON MAINA (Photo credit should read SIMON MAINA/AFP/Getty Images)

William Ruto – Deputy President of Kenya
I had earlier pointed out in my previous predictions that he does not have a good chance of being the commander in chief of this great nation. The reason to this conclusion is that H.E the Deputy president he is betting on support from politicians he is backing now to back him when he runs for presidency in 2022 which is highly unlikely. He is enjoying great support from his political base which is good for him. I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.

ngilu

Charity Ngilu – Minister of Health 2003-2007 and Water and Irrigation 2008-2013.
She has the potential of being the first Woman Deputy President, given that she ran for the top job in 1997 against the then President Moi finishing fourth.
In 2017 she will win the Kitui Gubernatorial race, because when she was the health Minister she brought in a lot of new policies to the docket that have transformed the health industry. I urge her to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.

anne-waiguru

Ann Waiguru – Former Cabinet Secretary for Devolution and Planning
She is the Former Cabinet Secretary for Devolution and Planning, her eyes are set on the Kirinyaga 2017 Gubernatorial race which according to my Astrological insight is that she has a good chance of winning.
She is has a kind heart and i urge the people of Kirinyaga to consider her.

=========================================================================
My Previous Predictions Over 20years
=========================================================================
1997 – I predicted that President Moi would be re-elected, which happened.
2002 – I predicted that the opposition Led by H.E Mwai Kibaki.
2007 – I carefully predicted that the election would be followed by chaos.
2013 – I predicted that the election was going to be peaceful.

2017 GENERAL ELECTION PREDICTIONS
The 2017 General Election will be very sensitive but I urge Religious leaders to unite Kenyans of all walks of life.
I also urge all politicians to encourage their supporters to exercise and preach peace in the country, the politicians on the other hand should not make utterances which could spur tension in the country.
The politicians should be on the fore front of uniting Kenyans no matter the results, so that we do not end up with two capital cities.
The Electoral Commission and Security Agencies should do their job in a non partisan since the constitution protects their independence including that of the Judiciary.
All citizens should be peaceful and reject all the politician who want to incite them against each other.
GOD BLESS KENYA: LOVE PEACE & UNITY

East African Leaders Future Generations Predictions

UGANDA

Former President Milton Obote – In his family there are some of the offspring who can become president of the  Republic of Uganda.

Milton_Obote

Kabaka Mtesa– His family  will only rule the Buganda Kingdom but will never see the Presidency.

mutesa_ii

President Yoweri Museveni– his descendants will have a hard time in securing the Presidency unless they use military powers to capture the seat.

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni

Iddi Amin Dada – This is one of Uganda’s most known dictator during his rule he killed alot of innocent civilians in his family no one else will ever become the president of Uganda, the highest position they shall hold will be that of the member of parliament.

00d/39/huty/14796/07

Kizza Besigye –  Mr. Besigye will be last in his family to rise to such prominece. Also on capturing the Presidency  he will have a hard time doing so due to the control of  the military.

Ugandan Oposition Leader Kizza Besigye

Ugandan Oposition Leader Kizza Besigye

TANZANIA

 

Mwalimu Julius Nyerere – He was the last to be the president, from his descendants none of them will rise to the popularity or the position of power that he held, the highest seat his descendants will hold will be that of member of parliament.

17 Sep 1976, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania --- Pres. Julius K. Nyerere of Tanzania at news conference at State House in Dar es Salaam. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

17 Sep 1976, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania — Pres. Julius K. Nyerere of Tanzania at news conference at State House in Dar es Salaam. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

Ali Hassan Mwinyi– He will be the last in his Family  to be the President of Tanzania.

Ali Hassan Mwinyi

Benjamin Mkapa – Mr. Mkapa’s family & descendants will not have the pleasure to lead lead the Tanzanian people again as president his descendants will only hold Member of Parliament Position.

-Benjamin-Mkapa

Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete – He is also the last in his family to be President.

JAKAYA

H.E Dr. Jonh Pombe Magufuli – Mr. Magufuli will have a leader rise from his descedants he is the first of his to be President in his family but will not be last.

Tanzania's ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) presidential candidate John Pombe Magufuli addresses a campaign rally at Jangwani grounds in Dar es Salaam, October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Sadi Said

Tanzania’s ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) presidential candidate John Pombe Magufuli addresses a campaign rally at Jangwani grounds in Dar es Salaam, October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Sadi Said

RWANDA

Paul Kagame – He is the last in his family & descendant to be the President of Rwanda although he has been exemplary in his leadership for the past decades after the genocide, he is becoming unpopular so fast.  According to my Astrological insight his descendants will not hold the position of  a member of parliament.

paul-kagame

 

BURUNDI 

Pierre Nkurunzinza – He is the last in his family to be the President of  Burundi none  of  his descendants will ever rise to be President of Burundi.

NKURUNZINZA

CONGO

Joseph Kabila Family – There is a chance for  Joseph Kabila family to be in power  as (Presidents) for a long time. Once they concede the presidency to another family it will never go back to Kabila’s family.

Joseph-Kabila

SOUTH SUDAN

Salva Kiir Mayardit- He has been in power since the independence South Sudan in 2011, there has been turbulence in his leadership and none of his descendants shall ever be President again.

Salva-Kiir

Riek Machar – He has chance to rule South Sudan when the opportunity knocks let him use it properly.

Riek-Machar

 

× WhatsApp Me