Member of Parliament of Mathira Rigathi Gachagua has broken the silence concerning what Junet Mohamed declared ahead of the 2022 presidential seat. According to Junet, he declared that as soon as Raila Odinga wins the presidential seat in 2022 all the officers will belong to the people of Nyanza and he will be among themselves simply because he is from that region.
Fresh details are coming up following President Uhuru's speech yesterday where he lifted the curfew rule. However, his address brought some inconveniences to bar and restaurant owners. This happened as most were confused on whether they should operate accordingly to the new system after the removal of curfew that brought relief to most Kenyans.
Kenyans are now expecting hard times in the future following recent announcement by Uhuru, which was clarified by Kagwe. Speaking during yesterday's press briefing, CS Kagwe said that Kenya is planning to come up with a campany to manufacture vaccines. He said that Kenya has been experiencing tough times importing vaccines from abroad.
Despite delivering an order to lift the dusk-to-dawn curfew during his Mashujaa Day address, President Uhuru Kenyatta did not provide details on other limitations, such as bar closures. This has left Kenyans confused as to whether they should still be out of bars by 7 p.m., as they were before, or if the entertainment venues can now offer their services overnight.
The ODM leader Raila Odinga's state House race seems to have picked momentum and is making headway against the Deputy President. It's now clear that Raila will be vying for the country's top seat if the current situation is anything to go by. The Nyamira tour has uncovered the inexpressible political duel between the former Prime Minister and Dp Ruto.
Barely a day after president Uhuru Kenyatta lifted dusk to dawn, ministry of health has come up with protocol to be followed by bars, restaurants and entertainment joints. According to the cabinet secretary of health Mutahi Kagwe all bars and restaurants will close at 11pm. "We are reverting to closure of bars, restaurants at 11pm; sanitising and handwashing rules remain in place," said CS Kagwe.
President Uhuru Kenyatta ( photo courtesy) President Uhuru Kenyatta's camp has been trying its level best to protect Kenyans. However, Kenyans are too reluctant to follow all the rules and containment measures that were imposed by the ministry of health. Political leaders are supposed to lead as an example but they have been attracting a multitude of crowds on their rallies and campaigns trails as they expose poor Kenyans to the deadly disease.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has announced that all drinking joints selling liquor will be operational until 11 pm. The announcement came a day after the National Police Service directed bar operators countrywide that their premises will be required to shut operations by 7 pm despite President Uhuru Kenyatta's directive on the listing of curfew.
"This question goes to RAILA supporters ONLY! I know there are various options out there, but today let’s first look at these 3 gentlemen. If you were to pick Baba’s running mate from among the three, what would be your choice?"
Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has issued a new directive concerning the closing time for bars and restaurants after the 10pm-4am curfew was lifted. This comes after a statement was issued by the National Police Service on Wednesday evening saying that the joints are supposed to be closed by 7pm.
Despite president Uhuru Kenyatta announcing on Wednesday that the duak to dawn curfew had been done away with, Kenyans should celebrate early because new developments have come along. CS Mutahi Kagwe has seen the need to intervene and being back rules to ensure that the hours that bars and restaurants can operate are limited.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has announced that bars and restaurants will close at 11pm beginning today. Kagwe, who was clarifying the time which the joints should close their businesses following the lifting of the curfew said all other health protocols should be adhered to keenly. Speaking to journalists on Thursday, October 21 at Afya House, the health CS said though the time has been extended, all the facilities will still undergo inspection to ensure they are observing the required sitting capacity at all times
Cabinet secretary for health Mutahi Kagwe has broken silence on eying running mate position in the race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta. Kagwe who has been mentioned as one of those who could deputise leading presidential hopefuls, he was linked to Interior and coordination of national government cabinet secretary Dr. Fred Matian'gi.
In our country, there are more than 40 millions people. Furthermore, there are government hospitals and private hospitals which have been treating many Kenyans. Unfortunately, many innocent Kenyans have been retained in different hospitals after failing to raise some money. These cases has been reported in the country and many innocent people are still in hospitals.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has revealed that he is tired of dusk to dawn curfew that has been in place for one and half now since the first covid-19 case was reported in Kenya. Addressing the nation about civid-19 on Wednesday afternoon, CS Kagwe said that despite him wanting life to go back to where it was before the deadly disease hit Kenya, it would take a while for the country to get back normally.
Health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe has opened up on his frustration with the current situation in Kenya, Kagwe revealed that just like other Kenyans, he is also fed up with the nationwide curfew that has restricted operations within the boarders of the country. He further revealed that government is committed to fully contain the virus and once the number of those contracting the virus drops, the country will be reopened.
Hospitals have been dealt a major blow after CS Kagwe sounded a warning today. He put private hospitals on warning saying that they have proved to be on business and not helping people. He said that they are going ahead to regulate the amount of prices private hospitals are charging.
The Government of Kenya through Health Cabinet Secretary (CS) Mutahi Kagwe has extended the ongoing Dusk to dawn curfew for another 30 days. The Health CS said that the extension of the 10:00 pm to 4:00 am curfew is aimed at containing the spread of Covid-19. CS Kagwe announced today during the launch of the Covid-19ninformation Portal in conjunction with the Media Council of Kenya.
CS Mutahi Kagwe has announced the 10 pm - 4 am nationwide curfew has been extended for another 30 days to curb the spread of Corona Virus. The ban on political gatherings and public meetings across the country has also been extended. "Nationwide 10pm to 4am curfew extended for another 30 days to curb the spread of Covid-19, Health CS Kagwe says ban on public gatherings and political rallies also extended. "
Photo CS Mutahi Kagwe To combat the spread of Covid-19, a nationwide curfew from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. has been extended for another 30 days, according to Health Cabinet Secretary.The ban on public gatherings and political rallies has also been expanded, according to Mutahi Kagwe. The period would be used to vaccinate as many individuals as possible, according to CS Kagwe.