Chelsea were humbled at Amex Stadium after being held into a 1-1 draw by Brighton to drop two important points in the Premier League title race. Chelsea only goal was scored by Hakim Ziyech in the first half while Brighton equalized in the second half through Webster to denie the visitors a clean sheet victory & snatch a vital points.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has appointed board chairpersons of over 30 state corporations for a period of between three to six years. List of Kenyans President Kenyatta appointees to chair over 30 state corporations for the time frame of about three to six years. The report are published in the Kenya Gazette Volume CXXIII—number 208 dated October 8.
Pharmacy and Poisons Board is a body that regulates the Practice of Pharmacy, Manufacture and Trade in Drugs and Poisons.Today,the Board in conjunction with the Kenya Police Service shuts down illegal chemists in Rift Valley and Western Regions. The Board Drug Inspectors together with the Kenya Police Service are currently conducting an intensive surveillance and enforcement regulatory operations in the regions mentioned above.
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has asked the County Public Service Board to be vigilant during recruitment to deal with job seekers using fake papers. Oparanya said the Board should set up a Unit that will probe job applicants to root out those presenting fake papers to secure employment. "You should have a Unit that keenly examines academic documents presented by job seekers.
Kenyans are faced with multiple challenges that ranges from high taxation on the basic consumer goods and services such as food and fuel, loss of jobs due to Covid 19 and corruption. However, some of these problems would have been solved if their would be good governance and a strong opposition system.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is an independent commission in Kenya that is mandated to recruit, promote and remunarate teachers. The commission which is currently under the leadership of Dr. Nancy Macharia as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is also responsible with teachers discipline. With the introduction of Teacher Professional Appraisal Document (TPAD), teachers have been finding it challenging to balance between teaching and filling online TPAD.
Many university students have been eagerly waiting for the Higher Education Loans Board to release the money into their accounts. This is after the loan disbursement has been delayed by many days. Today the Higher Education Loans Board member held a meeting to discuss on this matter of disbursement delay.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the only body in Kenya that is mandated with hiring, promotion and renumeration of teachers. The Commission which is currently under the leadership of Dr. Nancy Macharia as the serving Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is also in charge of administering discipline to teachers who go contrary to the commission's expectations.
The Kenyan Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) has announced the redundancy of positions in the organization within the next month. Amid what it terms as organizational restructuring, the authority has further directed its staff to work from home in that period, except for staff tasked with essential services.
Kenya Medical SuppliesAuthority has directed all non-essentialmembers of staff to work remotely, as it reviews its organisational structure.This follows the submission of a report and recommendations to the board by the Kemsa Immediate Action Plan and Medium-Term Reforms Working Committee. In a statement on Thursday, board chairperson Chao Mwadime said the core operating team will work under a care taker management that has been appointed to ensure smooth operations.
Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother Paul Ndichu are on the public domain after a video of the two assaulting women at Ole sereni hotel went viral. Eddie gave a statement saying that he is extremely saddened by the incident but would not give a comment as the matter is being handled by the police.
Board Chairperson Mary Mwadime said the changes will be carried out legitimately in a series of meetings with key stakeholders in Nairobi and Kisumu, and urged KEMSA debtors to consider paying their due bills first. She revealed that the Authority is due more than Kshs 6 billion, but expressed hope that the outstanding bills will be paid quickly so that normal operations may continue even while changes are implemented.
Nakuru Municipal Board, under the leadership of H.E Governor Lee Kinyanjui, collaboratively with the Department of Environment have partnered with the local business community to install public benches in the Municipality. The exercise is geared towards transforming the Municipality through enhanced urban aesthetic as well as creating a more conducive and walkable environment for the public.
The former chief justice David Maraga has warned the government on the allegations that the 2022 general election might be postponed. Maraga said that it is only possible to extend Uhuru Kenyatta into power if under unavoidable circumstances such as wars or any other calamity. According to David Maraga, the government cannot just decide to postpone the election only because the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI)is yet to be contacted.
A Kenyan documentary directed by Peter Murimi has been prohibited by the Kenya Film Classification Board because it encourages same-gender marriages. The film regulator issued a statement to newsrooms explaining why the documentary will not be broadcast in the country. The following was part of the statement sent out this morning:
Mercy Wambua, CEO of the Embattled Law Society of Kenya (LSK), dismissed the allegations of the president of the society Nelson Havi as false and fabricated that she was foiling plans for a planned audit on the use of funds . In a letter to LSK members detailing the company's financial statements and the status update on the forensic auditor appointment on Monday, Wambua accused Havi of failing to do due diligence before releasing what she said.
The Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) has de-registered three Collective Management Organisations (CMOs) for failure to meet its licensing conditions. According to a notice issued on Tuesday, August 24, KECOBO Executive Director, Edward Sigei, announced the de-registration of the Kenya Association of Music Producers (KAMP), Performers Rights Society of Kenya (PRISK), and the Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK).
Kenya Copyright Board Warns Kenyans from Participating in The Cadbury Competition. Here’s The Reason
Kenya Copyright Board recently warned Kenyans not to participate in the ongoing Cadbury Competition called ‘In our own words’ Edward Segei, the Managing Director, said that the terms of the competition are unfair to the participants. He added that the competition requires participants to give up their right of ownership without receiving compensation for their creativity.
Ezekiel Mutua is yet to confirm his removal as KFCB boss. Sources say that Mutua has been sent on “terminal leave” and no reason has been given. Christopher Wambua from Communications Authority of Kenya has been appointed as the acting CEO until a replacement is found.
A government publishing newspaper in Tanzania has been suspended for a week due to its allegedly published false news concerning the president of the nation Samia sulfur Hassan today The accusations were proposed by CCM Party which is the party in power in the country "Uhuru newspaper is ours we can't deny it, the words are written in our newspaper, let me start by apologizing to our President for feeding her words that she did not say, all interviews if you follow no one said what was written in the Uhuru headline today"