death toll in Kenya hit a 700 mark after nine more people succumbed to the
The deaths were
against 60 patients who recovered from the virus, raising the total recoveries
to 24, 681. 34 patients were from home-based care programme while 24 were from
various health facilities.
Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke together with his co-accused Grace Wakhungu have been released on Ksh30 million cash bail.
It is a temporary relief for MP Waluke who in the ruling, the Milimani Law Court Judge John Onyiengo ordered him to pay Ksh10 million, pending
Health care workers at the Kenyatta National Hospital Monday downed their tools, leaving medical services at the country’s largest health facility paralysed amid flaring coronavirus cases in the country.
Their rage to stage protest was occasioned by staffers who accused the Salary and Remuneration Commission (SRC)
Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Monday with Mkulima Young Market to enable free online service delivery of agricultural products.
The partnership will see the County residents connect with
the platform which is aimed at connecting buyers and sellers of agricultural
A court in the United States has put an injunction into an order by the US government which sort to block TikTok from being download in the country.
It is a temporary reprieve that will see the app continue
operating in the US amid growing trade war
The bail ruling application filed by Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu has been pushed to September 28.
The Milimani Law Courts Justice John Onyiego pushed the
hearing to next week due to the fumigation exercise that was taking place at
Kenya, the second country in Africa has now been given a green light to take part in human trials for the coronavirus vaccine.
The trials will be championed the Kenya Medical Research
Institute (KEMRI) which will be working closely with the Oxford University of
the United Kingdom.
The High on Thursday overturned an advisory by the Chief Justice David Maraga to dissolve the Houses of Parliament for failing to enact the two-thirds gender rule.
It is a major reprieve for Members of Parliament after the High Court Justice Weldon Korir temporarily suspended the
The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has come in full support of the advisory which was issued by the Chief Justice (CJ) David Maraga to dissolve Parliament based on the two-thirds gender rule standoff.
According to the LSK President, President Uhuru Kenyatta will
Start-ups in the country could see their efforts protected by
the government should the Bill being developed by Nairobi Senator Johnson
Sakaja come into force.
The Startup Bill 2020 being developed by Senator Sakaja, seeks to provide a formula to encourage growth and sustainable technology development.
It will be