The Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB) has warned qualified pharmaceutical operators against colluding with the quacks.
It comes against the backdrop of an intensified crackdown by PPB to tame irregular pharmaceuticals in the country.
The board raised concerns over the emerging trend of unregulated chemists accessing drugs
Motorists in Nairobi city will experience heavy traffic this Friday starting at 7 am ahead of the funeral service of former President Mwai Kibaki.
Highways which have been pointed out are Uhuru Highway between Nyayo House and Lusaka Roundabout and Aerodrome Road.
Motorists driving to the city
Stocks trading on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) will remain shut for three days starting April 29, 2022.
This will stretch until May 3, 2022, the NSE said.
The closure is due to the five-day-long weekend which starts on April 29 that has been declared a public
Phylis Wakiaga is exiting the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) after nine years of reign.
She has already served an exit notice and will vacate office effective June 30, 2022.
“Under her management, the Association has established itself as the go-to adviser to Government and other high-level
Elon Musk says he wants to buy Coca-Cola and put cocaine in it.
He jokingly said this on Twitter after he spent Ksh.5 trillion to buy the social media network on April 25.
“Next I’m buying Coca-Cola to put the cocaine back in,” said Musk.
As per National
The Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) have appeared less hawkish over fuel supply in Kenya following the government’s announcement that it would directly import oil from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to end fuel shortage.
In a meeting Wednesday with top government officials from Energy Ministry, OMC
Kenya will start importing oil directly from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to do away with the fuel shortage crisis.
This will mean bypassing Oil Marketing Companies (OMC) that have been hoarding the commodity for close to two months now at the expense of Kenyans.
A donor conference organized in Geneva has raised 1.39 billion U.S. dollars for the Horn of Africa, where an ongoing drought threatens millions of people with severe food insecurity, the UN announced Tuesday.
The money raised will go towards humanitarian and development projects in Ethiopia, Kenya
Kenya and Cuba have launched a joint effort aimed at eradicating malaria causing mosquitoes in a bid to reduce high incidents of the disease within the Lake Victoria region.
Siaya County Commissioner Jim Njoka in a speech read on his behalf by Bondo deputy county commissioner
The European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operation (ECHO) drought response programme has been extended by two months.
The programme dubbed the ASAL Humanitarian Network's (AHN) humanitarian assistance provides three rounds of multipurpose cash transfers (MPCTs) to vulnerable populations in drought-affected counties in Kenya.
The early action-