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The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has written to the Head of Public Service Felix Koskei, seeking certified copies of former Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i wealth declaration.

The ministry of Information Communication and Digital Economy has been ranked the top-performing ministry in the Kenya Kwanza government in the last 100 days in office top-performing.

The National Assembly has approved the first supplementary budget that among others avails 15 billion shillings for the subsidized fertilizer program and 22 billion shillings for settling arrears owed to road contractors.

The Kenya Revenue Authority has halted payment of tax refunds amounting to 610 billion shillings with immediate effect to pave way to an audit of the tax refund claims.

The government is considering legislative reforms and amendments for the coffee sub-sector, to end the systemic issues that have been eating into farmers’ earnings.

Regional development authorities have been challenged to explore public-private partnerships to implement projects in a new plan by the government aimed at reducing reliance on exchequer funding.

The government has identified the leather, textiles, dairy, pharmaceuticals, and automotive sub-sectors as key focus areas to accelerate the growth of the manufacturing sector. 

I continue to follow closely the unfolding of the Nigerian election results. My prayer is for INEC to observe the highest levels of honesty and transparency, and for the Holy Spirit to bless Nigerians with patience and dignity during this process."- Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby

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