The anticipated amendment to the 2010 Constitution entails a raft of laws which once endorsed by Kenyans through a referendum will establish innovation hubs at the ward level, Education Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Zack Kinuthia has announced. Mr. Kinuthia, while officiating the Kenya National Innovation Agency (KeNIA) roadmap at a Nairobi hotel has asked Kenyans, particularly the youth to fully support the amendment process. His remarks come after the two handshake partners, President Uhuru Kenyatta…"Proposed Changes To Establish Innovation Hubs At Wards, Says Kinuthia"
A supermarket in Murang’a town that was destroyed by fire a year ago has resumed operations. Mathai Supermarket opened its doors to customers on Friday after it was rehabilitated and restocked. The supermarket was reduced to ashes by a mysterious inferno in October last year. The cause of the fire has not been established to date. The Director of the company Victor Maina Ngunjiri said the fire destroyed property worth more than Sh 200 million.…"Murang’a Supermarket Re-Opens A Year After Inferno"
A Kiambu County MCA is nursing head and ribs injuries after he was assaulted by former Thika Mayor David Njihia for questioning him over a piece of public land that he has allegedly grabbed in Thika’s Ngoingwa estate. Thika town MCA Andrew Kimani said he got injured from a flurry of kicks and blows from the former councilor before he fled for safety. The MCA was in the company of the county planner and had…"MCA Assaulted By Former Mayor Over Grabbed Public Land"
A huge chunk of the recently released Siaya county government bursary may be benefiting ghost students, Central Alego member of the County Assembly, Leonard Oriaro has said. Raising the red flag, Oriaro said the Siaya county government stands to lose millions of shillings meant to benefit bright but needy students should its administration fail to harmonise the list of purported beneficiaries to the ones held by the 30 wards. He was speaking Tuesday at Pap…"MCA Raises Red Flag Over Bursary Funds"
Heavy rainfall of more than 30mm in 24 hours is expected over the North Eastern parts of the country on Thursday 26th November 2020. The heavy rainfall is expected to intensify to more than 40mm in North Eastern and spread to the Southeastern, Coastal regions, Western and Central highlands including Nairobi area on Friday 27th November, 2020 and Saturday 28th November 2020 respectively. The heavy rainfall is expected to continue on Sunday over Western, Southeastern,…"Weatherman Warns Of Heavy Rainfall, Floods"
County Governments have been urged to adopt the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) to improve good governance and sell Kenya’s competitiveness as an investment destination. Director to the National Governing Council to the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD)/ APRM secretariat, Dr. Elias Mbau said good governance was necessary in promoting prudent resource utilization, enhancing economic growth and eradicating poverty. While speaking in Nakuru during a meeting on dissemination of Kenya’s Second APRM County Peer…"Governors Urged To Adopt APRM Mechanism To Improve Service Delivery"