Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha today visited Kwale county’s first teacher training college under construction. Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya and his deputy Fatuma Achani conducted the CS on the tour of the facility in Puma ward Kinango sub-county. The CS visit comes on the backdrop of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s directives earlier in the week, when he made an impromptu visit at the Sh300 million upcoming college, which caught his eye. The Head of State…"Magoha Tours Kwale Teacher’s College"
The Ministry of Education has been asked to offer learners some form of counselling before allowing them back to class. A PCEA cleric Rev. Godfrey Jomo stressed that the long and unprecedented closure of learning institutions had exposed most scholars to serious psychological challenges and added they are thus not ready to resume classes before they are accorded adequate psychosocial support. “The long academic break though necessary, had dire consequences on learners. Some of them…"State Urged To Counsel Learners Ahead Of Reopening"
Siaya county police commander Francis Kooli today called on law enforcement officers to embrace integrity and focus on effective service delivery to climb the career ladder in the National Police service. Kooli said that the National Police service was now going for the best officers to head various cadres in the service hence the need for all officers to up their game. He was addressing officers of various ranks who are scheduled to appear before…"Police Focused On Quality Service Delivery"
A section of religious leaders drawn from various evangelical churches in Murang’a want leaders to stop political rallies and heightened campaigns witnessed in the recent past. Speaking on Thursday in Murang’a town, the evangelical bishops urged those engaged in early campaigns to direct their energies in fighting the coronavirus and serving Kenyans in various development platforms. They said Kenyans have been mesmerized by huge political rallies spearheaded by a section of leaders in different parts…"Murang’a Clergy Want Political Rallies Stopped"
More than 175 health workers contracted by the Kisumu County government downed their tools today demanding over Sh100 million in salary arrears. Inside sources revealed that the funds had been budgeted for and sanctioned by the county assembly, and so they could not understand why the County Government was changing the goal posts. Geoffrey Muga, a Clinical Officer who spoke on behalf of the striking workers said they include clinicians, nurses, obstetricians and lab technicians…"Kisumu Health Workers On Strike Over Salary Arrears"
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