The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission’s (EACC) Chief Executive Twalib Mbarak has been elected to the executive committee of the International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities (IAACA).
Mbarak will hold this position for a period of three years alongside his colleagues from Mauritius, Senegal and Morocco.
The nomination will
Kenya has jumped six positions up from 12 back in 2013 with a Ksh.4.74 trillion Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to Ksh.11 trillion, positioning itself as the sixth richest economy in Africa.
This is according to President Uhuru Kenyatta when he made his State of The Nation
Kenya has received a donation of 945 tonnes of relief food from China consisting of rice to drought-hit Kenyans.
Minister Counselor of Chinese Embassy in Kenya Zhang Yijun, said that the humanitarian assistance is the seventh of its kind since 2017 when China promised to donate
Kenyans have been challenged to invest more in China in a bid to
increase their presence in the East Asian Country.
Speaking on Wednesday during the official launching of a 3-day 4th
Kenya International Industrial Expo in Nairobi, Erick Rutto, the first Vice
President of the Kenya National Chambers
Legislators have threatened to shoot down a military
cooperation deal between Kenya and the UK until British soldiers involved in
the murder of Agnes Wanjiru in Nanyuki are brought to justice.
Defence Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa pleaded with the MPs to ratify the military pact after the existing
As the country heads into the festive season, with corporates and businesses releasing staff, business on the other hand is beginning to boom for event organisers with much expected live concerts lined up.
There is, however, a mind-blowing difference in pricing for sourcing an artist to
The Kenyan government has denied reports circulating in media that the United Kingdom Health Department has dropped the recruitment process for Kenyan nurses.
Media outlets in the country, including Nation Media, had reported early Friday that the UK had dropped the exercise due to existing workforce
Controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna will be forced to
postpone his return trip to Kenya after High Court declined to lift red alerts
that have impaired his return.
High Court judge Hedwig Ongudi dismissed the application on
grounds that it cannot rely on speculation to grant the orders sought by
Kenyan legislatures have threatened to wind up the Kenya-UK
military agreement should the perpetrator in Agnes Wanjiru’s case fails to
surrender and be prosecuted under Kenyan law.
This comes at a time when Kenya is supposed to renew the
agreement for another five years after expiry.
This would mean
The fishing acrimony between Kenya and Uganda escalated
Monday when traders from the Kenyan side claimed that they were stuck with at
least 300 tonnes of fish destined for export at the Ugandan Border.
This comes just two months after Uganda’s High Commissioner to Kenya, Amb Dr