Archive | January, 2019

Chief Justice David Maraga

JUDGES AND MAGISTRATES TO BE BOUND BY NEW JUDICIAL CODE OF CONDUCT

Chief Justice David Maraga has said that all judges and magistrates will be required to subscribe to the new Judicial Code of Conduct and Ethics once it’s approved by parliament. Maraga, who was speaking on Monday at the Supreme court when he presided over the induction of 47 newly recruited magistrates said the code aims to foster independence, […]

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KNUT JOINS COTU

KNUT JOINS COTU

The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has joined the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) led by Francis Atwoli. According to Knut Secretary General Wilson Sossion, the unity will improve the welfare of all workers. “We are joining to improve all the economic and social conditions of all workers, to encourage the principle of good relations between […]

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WHATSAPP LIMITS “FORWADS” TO CURB FAKE NEWS

WHATSAPP LIMITS “FORWADS” TO CURB FAKE NEWS

Popular messaging platform WhatsApp has put a limit to the number of times a message can be forwarded, in an effort to curb the spread of fake news and also boost privacy. Users will now only be allowed message forwards to only five chats at once, which according to whatsApp, will also help users focus […]

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KDF repulse al shabaab militia in Garissa attack

FAILED AL SHABAAB ATTACK IN GARRISSA

The Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) has repulsed a group of suspected Al shabaab militia, who had launched an attack at a Chinese construction  camp  in Shimbirey  Garissa county. The gunmen were reportedly targeting construction workers working on a road in the area. KDF responded promptly and exchanged fire with the militants, forcing them to retreat. […]

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Lake Region Economic Bloc and Kisumu County acquires  a dredging ship to remove water hyacinth from Lake Victoria

ODINGA TO LAUNCH PROJECT TO REMOVE HYACINTH IN LAKE VICTORIA

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is today set to commission a project to dredge Lake Victoria in an effort to remove water hyacinth and other sediments in a move aimed at easing the navigation of vessels for optimisation of the blue economy. The project will also see the shoreline drilled to at least six metres to […]

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