Eric Brian Nyaberi was born in Mwamosioma Sub Location – Location,kitutu central ward , Kitutu Chache South Constituency, Kisii County in 1988
Erick , one of the youngest MPs has joined Kitutu Chache South Member of Parliamentary race the race in a major political twist in the Constituency . Mr. Erick made the statement on his facebook account . ‘’ 2022 Member of parliament kitutu chache I will start my campaign from January next year, “ said. He also said he would be making a decision on which party to vie on in the next few days.
Who is Eric Brian Nyaberi?
I am a humble village boy, who dreamed of politics, a stable family and being an academic giant. I am voice of duty with a heart for the Society, servant leadership and positive transformation. I believe that visionary leadership is a wheel towards sustainable development.
What have you learnt as a young leader?
Leadership comes with responsibilities and personal sacrifices. The ultimate results are either blessings or curses judged on how you treated others when you were in the helm of power and authority.
WHY RAILA WON MADARAKA DAY
We all know the story of the physically insecure bully who leverages on his ‘older brothers’ or his home town gangs to waylay his hitherto tough opponents. Such a coward often lurches onto ‘dirt’ or other undue advantages to score meaningless points in a battle that if fought on a levelled playing field, they stand zero chance of winning.
And so the President and his deputy displayed such cowardice on a day that was supposed to be a day of celebrating national comity and what brings Kenyans together as a people.
That Raila Odinga chose to attend the celebrations in Nyeri comes as no surprise to nobody given his knack for putting Kenya first.
However, the ‘tough guys’ steering the national ship saw an opportunity to double down on chest thumping and relegated the next president of Kenya to the periphery.
The unforced political faux pas, not only yielded dividends for the enigma, but it also exposed the unbelievable naivete of the ruling duo. All the gobbledygook that they coughed on the occasion ended up being treated as political hokum that it was. On the contrary, everyone is talking about the enigma!
The humiliating show clearly proves that Jubilee is still in disbelief. How can a man that they thought had expired, still be on a national political rampage giving them sleepless nights? The only way that they could feel important was to lock out the enigma out of the program and in essence, commit a juvenile protocol blunder not seen since the ‘tawala Kenya’ days!
Not a single sentence from the bellicose duo could match the enigma’s total silence! Picture that! Put differently, the enigma dominated the function without uttering a single word! It was a classic case of a MAN teaching young boys some much needed lessons without moving a muscle!
But how long will these amigos use the state apparatus to score juvenile political points? When they are not using GSU with big guns to intimidate Governor Joho in Mombasa, they are busy making bone-headed maneuvers to silence RAO in a function that’s supposed to be about Kenya.
Any student of history knows that powers derived from officialdom are temporary and can easily warn any mammal with a fraction of a brain to go slow on pulling the trigger.
To make it worse, they cannot pin this on the pliable civil servants in charge of protocol because we all know that under a schizophrenic administration like Jubilee, orders come from ‘above’ and trust me, they are not from God.
Thank you for giving Raila and NASA more airtime and while at it, we regret that you had the guts to mangle a national holiday just to settle political scores. 8.8.17 can’t get here soon enough.
By ELGAR MACHUKA
More by this Author
Kisii University students burned a section of the administration block in protest over an order to clear school fees by Monday or postpone their studies.
But they opposed the directive, setting the section housing the fee collection department ablaze.
Last week, Vice Chancellor John Akama, issued a memo to all students to clear their fees or be automatically deferred by the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.
“Those who will not have cleared their fees by the October 17 will automatically be deferred by the ERP system and will have to wait for the subsequent academic year to register again,” the Vice Chancellor had said.
Police officers have been dispatched to quell the situation.
Maraga, 65, will take over from Willy Mutunga, who retired in June 2016 if approved by President Uhuru Kenyatta and the National Assembly.
The Judicial Service Commission announced on Thursday that the CJ will assume office with immediate effect.
The Kisumu-based judge was the third to be interviewed for the
position of the next Chief Justice .
He was among 11 judges shortlisted by the Judicial Service Commission.
During the interviews, Maraga found himself at pains to demonstrate his expertise in applying the law in conflicting suits .
Attorney General Githu Muigai, one of the panelists, put him to the test, seeking to know how he would pass judgment in suits where two or several laws were at conflict.
He used a case study of a surrogate mother who decided not to give a child to its separated biological parents, who were both seeking custody.
Maraga admitted that the question was tricky but answered: “In this scenario, the child’s interest is paramount.”