Jubilee and Kanu Party officials in Kirinyaga Branch have joined the impeachment motion against Governor Ann Waiguru calling on the Senate to ensure fairness and justice. The Kanu’s Branch Organizing Secretary, Moses Waweru said it was unfair for leaders in support of the embattled governor to bring the gender issues as her defense saying the charges against her should be dealt based on merit. “We are not against women leadership but we are behind our…"Jubilee, Kanu Officials Join In Waiguru’s Impeachment Debate"
The Construction of the Sh.350 million Wote Stadium that stalled three years ago has resumed and will be complete by October, Sports Cabinet Secretary (CS), Amb. Amina Mohammed. Amb. Mohammed said that the construction had stalled due to lack of funds but disclosed that money had been availed to complete the project. The CS made the announcement on Monday at the Stadium when she inspected the progress of the works that commenced three weeks ago.…"Construction Of The Wote Stadium Resumes"
Top Security Officials will be reshuffled in Nyandarua County as a measure to beef up security in the area, the Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS), Fred Matiang’i has said. Dr. Matiang’i, while regretting a series of murders particularly in Ol Jororok Constituency, where eleven lives had been lost to hackers in six months, said the changes would be geared to bringing the culprits to book and affording the residents the much sought sleep. “There is a…"Special Homicide Team To Unravel Murders Amidst Reshuffle"
Murang’a County will experience extreme cold weather for about three months, the County Meteorological Director (CMD), Paul Murage has said. He observed that temperatures for many parts of the county will be quite low especially in July and residents should come up with ways to protect themselves from cold. The cold weather which started in June, Murage noted, will continue up to the better part of August. Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, Murage noted…"Brace Yourselves For Cold Weather, Murang’a Residents Told"
The Government has introduced an E-voucher programme in an effort of helping farmers to get subsidized farm inputs. The Agriculture Cabinet Secretary (CS), Peter Munya has said farmers will be issued with smart cards with which they can be able to access farm inputs at subsidized prices. Speaking when he visited Murang’a on Thursday, June 11, 2020, the CS noted that with the E-voucher programme the farmers will be able to pay only 70 percent…"Introduction Of E-Voucher To Help Farmers Get Subsidized Inputs"
Flood victims in Garissa returning to their homes have called on the national, county governments and other partners to assist them rebuild their homes as they recover from the effects of recent floods. The Flood victims’ Chairman, Abdille Bille said that most of them are returning to their shattered homes and collapsed latrines. “The kind of destruction we have witnessed is devastating. Over 150 pit latrines have collapsed in Bulla Sheikh alone. The same scenario…"Flood Victims Returning To Their Homes Request For Assistants"