Justice David Maraga has called on the President to dissolve parliament.
following what the CJ has said is parliament’s failure to enact laws to achieve
the two-thirds gender rule.
his address to the president, CJ Maraga said despite six petitions for over 9
years and four court
By Vincent Odhiambo | Naivas Supermarket and The Waterfront Mall Karen have signed an agreement that will see the retail chain set up its 66th branch, promising the creation of 120 new jobs at the Mall.
The store which is
scheduled to open in mid-October 2020 will
Milimani Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi on September 17, ruled that cash withdrawals from Housing Finance Corporation of Kenya, Barclays Bank of Kenya and Nyaga Stock Brokers (NSB), ended up in Njeru’s bank accounts.
Turkana County will be hosting national
celebrations for this year’s World Tourism Day as the region banks on improved
security and infrastructure to spur tourism and investment opportunities.
According to the County Governor Josphat
Nanok, ease of access to the region courtesy of improved infrastructure, good
security and the coming
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha
has directed teachers to return to school by Monday, September 28, 2020 for
preparation for school reopening.
CS Magoha, however, stayed a back from
giving specific dates for schools reopening but said stakeholders have agreed
on a new schools timetable.
He made the announcement on
The Kenya Revenue Authority’s (KRA) tax collections in the month of August fell short by 18 percent, to Ksh93.5 billion.
It is a one percent drop from the July
record, according to the National Treasury’s statement of Actual Revenues and
Net Exchequers published on Friday last week.
Following the passage of the
third revenue allocation formula by the Senate, 24 counties are poised to
receive at least Ksh1 billion in extra funding from the share of revenue from
the national government.
We take a look at which
counties got the most and which got the least. But
The National Treasury has said it would disburse Ksh60 billion to Counties by September 21, 2020 after the Senate unanimously agreed on a revenue division formula after long months of battle in the House.
Treasury Cabinet Secretary,
Ukur Yatani said the funds will be released on Monday
President Uhuru Kenyatta
is set to issue more title deeds and leases to property owners in Nairobi.
The initiative is
being undertaken a joint programme between the national government and the
Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) to fast-track registration and issuance of
Last month, the
programme, which was launched in 2018,
Kapseret Member of
Parliament Oscar Sudi has been freed on a Ksh500,000 cash bail.
Nakuru High Court judge Joel Ngugi overturned its decision as it had ruled that the legislature be detained for a further one week pending investigations.
In the Friday ruling,
the judge said the fact that