President Uhuru Kenyatta is free to vie for presidency in 2022 if the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill is passed, Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli has said. Atwoli said even though the aim of the bill which seeks to amend the 2010 constitution is to unify Kenyans and end post-election violence that has over the years destabilized the country, once passed the president was eligible to vie again. The President,…"Uhuru Free To Seek Presidency Once BBI Is Passed, Says Atwoli"
As the December 15 by-election for the Msambweni parliamentary seat fast approaches, candidates are getting busy with their campaigns to woo voters. Msambweni, established for the 1988 general elections, is one of the four constituencies in Kwale county, others being Lunga-Lunga, Matuga and Kinango. It has 69,377 registered voters spread in the four wards of Ramisi, Kinondo, Bongwe-Gombato and Ukunda. Several candidates are vying for the seat in the mini poll to replace the late…"By-Election Fever Hots Up In Msambweni"
Indigenous hotel chain PrideInn Hotel Group has reported a surge in demand for hybrid conferences barely two months after piloting and launching the real and virtual conference innovation dubbed “RevMeet”. The innovation owned and operated by PrideInn Hotel Group has attracted over 100 conferences and events that have been held and some scheduled to be held before the year ends. A press statement to news rooms on Monday indicates that this solution enables participants attend…"Hotelier Report A Surge In Hybrid Conferences"
WASHINGTON/MINNESOTA – Oballa Oballa’s trek to Election Day was a long and improbable one. He grew up in the Gambella region of Ethiopia, where he witnessed mass killings that took the life of his uncle and hundreds of others. He survived a two-week trek across treacherous terrain to reach a refugee camp in Kenya. He spent 10 years in camps where he often didn’t have enough to eat. Now he has been elected to the…"From Refugee to Representative, US Candidates Celebrate Election Victories"
Kwale County Deputy Governor (DG) Fatuma Achani has called on the society to end the stigma associated with drug addiction in the region. Achani said drug addicts were not to blame for their plight and underscored the need to stop the widespread stigmatization of drug users. She said those people abusing hard drugs and other banned substances needed love, care and rehabilitation in order to be useful members of the society again. The DG was…"Kwale Residents Urged To Stop Stigmatization Of Drug Users"
The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has urged the media to be at the forefront in enlightening the citizenry in matters cohesion and the understanding of national values as enshrined in the Kenyan constitution to promote harmonious coexistence. Addressing members of the press in Kapsabet during a sensitization forum on hate speech management, Commissioner Eng. Philip Okundi said the media has the power to influence the populace positively or negatively through agenda setting. “You…"NCIC Urges The Media To Spearhead Cohesion For Harmonious Coexistence"