Later today , PS Harry Kimtai opened a 3 storey Hostel for rabbit feeding and training institute at Ngong Veterinary farm.The institute provides knowledge on commercial rabbit production to individual farmers who can start rabbit breeding business after training. The Institute currently provides in service training to extension officers in the national and county governments . During his remarks, PS Kimtai advised that the management for rabbit breeding and training institute should develop a process…"PS Harry Kimtai opened a 3 storey Hostel for rabbit feeding and training institute at Ngong Veterinary farm"
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohamed’s opening remarks at the Ministerial Roundtable on the Impact of COVID-19 on the Africa Energy Sector: Challenges and Opportunities, today: Let me start by thanking His Excellency Minister [of Petroleum and Energy of Senegal] Mouhamadou Makhtar Cissé and Executive Director Fatih Birol of the International Energy Agency for hosting this timely discussion. The COVID-19 pandemic is causing human suffering, destabilizing the global economy and upending the lives of…"Stressing Clean Energy Is Key for Covid-19 Response, Eventual Vaccine Supply Chain, Deputy Secretary-General Urges Investment in Renewables Across Africa"
NAIROBI, President Uhuru Kenyatta has this evening at State House, Nairobi signed into law the 2020/21 Budget, the 2020 Finance Bill and the 2019/20 Third Supplementary Budget. The 3.2 trillion 2020/21 Budget contains a Ksh 56.6 billion post Covid-19 economic stimulus package and an allocation of Ksh 128.3 billion to the Government’s Big Four agenda. The 2020 Finance Bill which is now law has several amendments targeted at cushioning Kenyans from the adverse effects of…"President Kenyatta Signs Into Law The 2020/21 Budget, 2020 Finance Bill And 2019/20 Third Supplementary Budget"
NAIROBI, President Uhuru Kenyatta has commended the Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) for its efforts in improving service delivery in Nairobi and its catchment. The President expressed satisfaction with the progress made by NMS in implementing the directives he gave to the new agency at its launch on 18th March this year. “I issued several directives to NMS to achieve within the 100 days, which period ended on Saturday, 28th, June this year. “The directives were…"President Kenyatta Applauds NMS For 100-days Achievements"
The Newly appointed Turkana University Council led by chairman Prof. Solomon Muchina has expressed optimism that wrangles at the varsity will be a thing of the past. Muchina who led the board members in tour at the campus after convening his first council meeting reassured that all senior positions would be advertised and filled competitively. “Most staff at senior positions have been in acting capacity which has been the cause of jostling for positions sparking…"New Turkana Varsity Council Chair To End Wrangles"
The Kakamega Senator, Cleophas Malala has urged the national and county governments to come up with a more sustainable way of supporting talent even after the covid-19 pandemic. Malala said there was need for both levels of government to invest in talent through nurturing and financially supporting them. The Senator suggested that there should be at least one cultural centre in each of the 47 counties to complement the Kenya National Theatre in Nairobi for…"Western Region Artists Receive Sh.100 Million From The Government"