Persons with disabilities in Kirinyaga County have been advised to register with the National Council for Persons with Disabilities to enable both national and county governments plan for their needs. Council regional officer in Kirinyaga Mrs. Mary Mwangi said failure to register locks persons with disabilities out of government programmes intended to benefit them. Mrs. Mwangi said the council has made important strides in ensuring persons with disabilities are well supported noting that there are…"Call For Persons With Disabilities To Register With The County Government"
Kirinyaga Woman Representative Wangui Ngirichi has said she is ready to support the youth and women in Kirinyaga to register companies for business. Wangui said that many of the youth and women in Kirinyaga cannot benefit from government tenders since they do not have the necessary documents to enable them get the jobs. “I am asking such groups to urgently come to our Kerugoya office where they can receive the support and be assisted to…"Support For The Youth And Women To Register Companies"
Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has told off leaders who are politicizing reopening of schools slated for Monday next week. Magoha on Wednesday said the government has done everything possible to facilitate resumption of learning in the country despite persistence of afew challenges. He observed that some leaders are citing lack of attaining social distance as one major challenge that should halt reopening of schools saying the problem is not only in Kenya but…"Stop Politicizing Reopening Of Schools, Magoha Tells Off A Section Of Leaders"
Agriculture CS Peter Munya now says the ministry is happy about the efforts put in place by county locust coordination team to control and curb the emerging risks. Munya said though the insects pose real threat to countrywide food security, the necessary mitigation measures were already in place to curb the impact of the deadly pests. Speaking when he paid a visit to Garissa Governor Ali Korane at his residence yesterday, the CS said his…"Munya Pleased With The Efforts To Control And Curb The Emerging Risks"
The government has been challenged to shoulder the responsibility of providing students with masks and sanitizers as schools re-open in January, Ugunja MP, Opiyo Wandayi has said. Wandayi said that it was the duty and responsibility of the government to ensure that pupils and students from both public and private schools are provided with the basic protective facilities against the coronavirus. He was speaking at Rang’ala Catholic Mission yesterday during a Deanery Family Day occasion…"Government Told To Shoulder Responsibility Of Providing Learners With Masks."
VICTORIA, Seychelles, Dec. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OKEx (www.okex.com), a world-leading cryptocurrency spot and derivatives exchange, is thrilled to announce the launch of OKExChain mainnet. Unlike other exchange chains, OKEx wanted to embody blockchain’s core qualities of openness and decentralization in OKExChain. After more than 10 iterations on the testnet and exhaustive ongoing development, this vision […]"OKEx announces mainnet launch of OKExChain – and how to earn its native OKT token"