Archive | November, 2019

Court nullifies Esther Murungi's appointment

Court Blocks Appointment of Murugi, Galgalo to Land Commission board

High Court judge, Justice Hellen Wasilwa, has squashed the nomination of former Nyeri Town MP Esther Murugi and former Isiolo Woman Representative Tiyah Galgalo as members to the National Land Commission. In her ruling, Justice Hellen Wasilwa said the appointment of Murugi and Galgalo was irregular and also stated that the selection panel for the […]

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Kisumu Port gets a face lift

Uhuru Set to Commission Revamped Kisumu Port

President Uhuru Kenyatta is soon set to launch the new revamped Kisumu Port after Transport Principal Secretary Esther Koimett on Wednesday confirmed the completion of the project. According to the PS, who spoke to journalists during a tour of the facility on Wednesday, the port is now ready for use and will be commissioned by […]

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ICPD25 opens in Nairobi

ICPD25 Summt Opens in Nairobi Amidst Criticism From The Church

The International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) christened, ICPD+25, has opened up in Nairobi, 25 years since the first… His President Uhuru Kenyatta, officially opened the summit on Tuesday, alongside Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Deputy Secretary-General of the UN and Dr. Natalia Kanem, Executive Director UNFPA. The ICPD Nairobi summit brings together 4000 delegates to deliberate […]

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Youth Employees Making a Difference in Public Service – DPP Nordin Haji –

By Winnie Kabintie Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji has acknowledged the role young people can play in transforming the Public Service. The DPP was speaking to youth participants with interests in the Public Service, at a round table forum, which was organized by the Emerging Leaders Foundation (ELF)  together with the Emerging Public Leaders […]

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Senate Gives Green light to raise Kenya’s debt ceiling to Ksh.9 trillion

The Senate voted on Wednesday, to raise the government’s borrowing ceiling to 9 trillion shillings ($87.29 billion). The motion to raise the government’s debt ceiling garnered the support of 30 of the 47 senators. The Ksh.9 trillion borrowing ceiling will replace the current threshold of debt in net present value (NPV) at no more than 50 percent of […]

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