Nairobi informal settlements set to benefit from funded water projects

Nairobi informal settlements set to benefit from funded water projects

An estimated 90,000 people in Korogocho, Kawangware, Kibra and Mathare are set to benefit from Safaricom Foundation-funded water projects geared towards prevention of the spread of Covid-19. The water projects are being implemented in partnership...

EACC obtains orders to seize Ksh 35M property linked to Obado

The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) has obtained orders to seize a 35 million shillings property in Loresho owned by Jared Kwaga who is suspected to be Migori Governor Okoth Obado’s proxy. According...

Kamukunji officers charged with aiding suspect escape from custody

Three police officers were on Thursday charged at a Milimani Court for aiding a suspect to escape from police custody. The officers based at Kamukunji Police station in Nairobi were each released on a bond...

1,000 offenders in Nairobi processed for breach of Covid-19 regulations

Milimani Chief Magistrate Criminal Courts have established two courts at Kasarani Stadium to handle cases related to breach of COVID-19 regulations. The temporary courts which began operating on May 7, 2020, deal with cases from...
Chair Senate Ad Hoc committee Nairobi Senator Johnston Sakaja

Senate wants Kenyans stranded abroad evacuated

Senate is asking the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to request for money from the Kenya COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund to evacuate Kenyans still stranded abroad. Senate Ad Hoc Committee on coronavirus said the ministry should...
Govt to scale up involvement of parents in e-learning

Govt to scale up involvement of parents in e-learning

The government is working on modalities to scale up the involvement of parents in the learning of their children who are at home due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The team is expected to come up...
Students

KNCHR to probe human rights violations since outbreak of Covid-19

Investigative agencies have set in motion an inquiry into reported human rights violations committed since the outbreak of Covid-19 in the country. To expedite the exercise, the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) disclosed...
KUPPET proposes partial reopening of schools by June 15th

KUPPET proposes partial reopening of schools by June 15th

The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) has proposed a partial re-opening of schools by June 15. In its proposals before the National Education Emergency Response Committee, the union’s Deputy Secretary-General, Moses Nthurima,...
Over 26,000 youth recruited to support Kazi Mtaani programme

Over 26,000 youth recruited to support Kazi Mtaani programme

The National Hygiene Initiative dubbed ‘Kazi Mtaani’ has taken off with about 26,000 youth recruited as cohorts in the informal settlements in various parts of Nairobi County. The programme spearheaded by the State Department for...
Sasumwa Dam to resume supplying water to Nairobi

Sasumwa Dam to resume supplying water to Nairobi

Water supply from Sasumwa Dam to Nairobi is expected to resume next week. According to Water and Sanitation Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki contractors are already at the site repairing transmission pipelines  that were damaged...
162,987FansLike
0FollowersFollow
217,251FollowersFollow
107,000SubscribersSubscribe

Latest News

error

Follow us on Social Media