Why IEBC chiefs are under Siege-Raila says no election without complementary manual voter register.
Aborted Sh115bn Eurobond leaves Treasury in Crisis- the move to cancel the sh115 billion Eurobond has plunged government into a cash crush, with the Treasury Unable to fund a number of requests. The star has established that requests from the national government agencies and counties amounting to sh90.3 billion were unfunded by the close of 2021-22.
Allow three PET scans a year, KU hospital tells NHIF- Medics are now asking NHIF to pay for three PET scans, instead of one, for cancer patients.The call comes after the fund increased reimbursements to hospitals by 12 per cent and rolled out new contracts. The fund had been paying about sh40,000 for the PET scan once a year on three hospitals
Is IEBC ready for elections- Azimio damands that elections boss must use manual register, independent aspirants have given him seven days to include them in ballot; courts are on his case; will he answer them today?
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