A row is brewing between a section of traders in Sagana town and Kenya Railways Corporation workers over the impending demolition of structures built on land reserved for the railways. National Youth Service personnel acting on behalf of the Corporation on Thursday demarcated the section of the town whose buildings are on the corporation’s land. Today morning the NYS brought fencing material and started erecting concrete poles to cordon off the area, an act which…"Traders Petition State Over Demolition"
Jua Kali carpentry workshops in Lamu will benefit from a total of Sh10.5 million from the national government desk manufacture kitty. The initiative, which has been rolled out across the whole country, will cost the government Sh1.96 billion under the economic stimulus programme to improve livelihoods of the youth amidst the Covid-19 crisis. Speaking to KNA on Friday during the launch of the prototype desks in Amu Island, Lamu County Commissioner, Irungu Macharia revealed that…"Lamu Workshops Get Sh10.5 Million Desk Project"
A Moyale Court on Thursday presided over the destruction of bhang held as exhibit whose street value ran to tens of millions of shillings The 309 kilograms haul of estimated to cost a whooping ksh 12,360,000 was set ablaze after they were recovered from cross borader traffickers along the Moyale-Marsabit road Moyale Principal Magistrate Edward Too said the decision to destroy the cannabis sativa was to curb the drugs from getting back to the market…"Moyale Court Destroys Bhang Worth Over Sh12 M"
The National Government is currently undertaking projects worth about Sh50 billion in Mwea, area, Kirinyaga county. Mwea MP Kabinga Wachira said once the projects were completed, “the impact would be a very positive one and would forever change the dynamics of the area in terms of infrastructure, business and the well-being of the area residents.” Speaking in Mwea while launching the tarmacking of 13 kilometers of roads within Ngurubani town whose tender is worth Sh860…"Multibillion Roads Projects In Mwea Begin"
Plans are underway to support more than 500,000 youth in Busia County pending approval of the eight project proposals presented to the World Bank through Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project. Speaking to the press at Busia Agricultural Training Centre on Tuesday, a representative of Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project James Singe said that the secretariat has begun the process of verifying and appraising various projects being implemented by the County to be supported by the…"More Than 500,000 Youth To Be Supported By World Bank"
Laikipia County will benefit from a total of 9,150 desks in both secondary and Primary schools which will be procured in the current 2020/2021 financial year under the economic stimulus programme. The stimulus programme is aimed at addressing the social distancing protocal due to the presence of Covid-19 pandemic in the country when the schools re-open. “The implementation of economic stimulus programme is a clear sign that the government is working hard to ensure the…"9,150 Desks For Laikipia County Schools"