Raila publicly announced the formation of a new political formation called the Azimio La Umoja Movement after declaring his intention to run for President in next year's presidential election. With this newly formed political umbrella, it is widely expected that like-minded political outfits will join and be a part of Raila's August campaign team under the Azimio La Umoja Movement.
Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has on Thursday held a high profile leaders meeting in State House, Mombasa. He met with the Visiting Chinese Minister in charge of Foreign Affairs Mr Wang Yi who paid him a courtesy visit. President Uhuru Kenyatta was accompanied by several high profile government officials among them cabinet Secretaries and other top government officials.
Kenya is a sovereign nation that is guided by the Constitution that entails fundamental human rights and freedoms such as the right to access basic education. Education in Kenya is categorizes into three levels namely; primary, secondary and tertiary institutions. It's bad news to the tertiary institutions mainly the universities after the Treasury cabinet secretary Ukur Yatani has revealed that the state is planning to reduce the funding.
After a long delay of the second disbursing of Higher Education loan, the government has finally broken silence and revealed why the funds may further delay and reduced contrary to what many expected as according to publications on the Star newspaper. According to the paper, CS Yatani has made it clear that funds located to higher learning institution will reduce since many universities pay less funds.
Photo Courtesy. With less than 7 months remaining before the general elections, several candidates have already expressed their interest in different elective posts as they look to launch their campaigns ahead of the highly anticipated polls. Some of the candidates who have registered their interest are however still working in the government thus they will be required to quit before the elections.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi, senior counsel, has reacted to Cabinet Secretary for Treasury Ukur Yatani's endorsement of Raila Odinga's presidential bid. The outspoken lawyer argued that Yatani had the right to express his opinion while also advancing President Uhuru's agenda; however, he questioned the significance of this endorsement.
It has been confirmed that President Uhuru Kenyatta will be touring Mombasa County on Thursday, 6 Jan 2022. This has been confirmed by the Kenya Ports of Authority (KPA), who facilitated the inspection of key areas in the ports ahead of the planned visit. At the place, today for supervision ahead of the President's tomorrow's visit was Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury & Planning Ambassador Ukur Kanacho Yatani.
The Kenya's high education has been struggling financially in the recent years with a number of Universities running into billion of debts. This started when the government introduced double intake and partially crabbed self sponsored students to public universities. This reduced the amount of money that universities were making and thus throwing them into borrowing that has now come to haunt them.
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Cabinet Secretaries, Principal Secretaries, and other high-ranking government officials are set to resign by February 9 in order to pursue their political future. As indicated by the law, Independent Choices and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) requires public officials to deny something like a half year before the political decision.
Several Cabinet Secretaries are set to be relieved from their duties to comply with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) provision which requires anybody interested in an elective post to resign at least six months before general polls. Among the Cabinet Secretaries eying political positions include National Treasury's Ukur Yattani who is seeking to return to activate elective politics, with hope of recapturing the Marsabit gubernatorial seat he lost in the 2017 elections to the incumbent Ali Mohamud Mohamed.
Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju has opened up on the agenda behind the Azimio Coalition as details emerge what President Uhuru and his handshake partner former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are planning. According to the Jubilee Party Secretary-General, he has informed that the move to amend the Political Parties Bill to have coalition partners produce joint candidates for various elective posts ahead of 2022 is a way to promote unity in this country as it will bring Kenyans together.
Mass Exodus Looming As List Of Flamboyant Gvnt Officials Set To Resign Prior To August Polls Emerges
President Uhuru Kenyatta is likely to be left vacant as a mass exodus looms just months before the scheduled August 2022 General Election.PHOTO / COURTESY In February, a huge exodus is expected in government, as civil officials seeking elective positions must quit six months before the General Election on August 9.
Education CS Prof. George Magoha. Photo | People Daily Parents and learners from across the country have a reason to smile following Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha's new directive to school administrators. This is after he warned high school principals against sending students home because of their inability to clear school fees balances and other levies.
The ministry of education cabinet secretary Prof. George Magoha has not stopped warning the secondary School principal from sending the students home for school fees. Since the preparation to end the yard and the reopening of school for third term he has not stopped singing this. In support of this he said the National treasury had just released money amounting to Sh16.8 billion all public schools across the country for capitation.
The government has now broken its silence and stated why the money may be delayed and lowered further, contrary to what many expected. According to the report, CS Ukur Yatani has stated that funds allocated to higher education institutions will decrease because many universities pay less.Treasury CS Ukur Yatani said the state will no longer fund institutions to the tune they wish
Universities are now facing tough times as Treasury changes tune over the state plan in funding universities. According to Treasury Cabinet secretary Ukur Yatani, universities should be creative and innovative to fund for themselves. CS Yatani said during an interview with star that the state will no longer fund universities with the aim of meeting their standards and desires.
Ruto Ally Makes a Swift Move to Save Kenyan Farmers After KFC Ran Out of Imported Potatoes For Chips
Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) on Monday in a statement announced that it had run out of potatoes, adding that Kenyans loved their chips over the festive season, which they have now run out of. (Photo, Courtesy) Vocal Deputy President William Ruto ally Kimani Ichung'wa has made a swift move to save Kenyan farmers aftet the announcement made by KFC.
The country's real GDP is said to have grown 9.9 per cent in the third quarter of the year 2021, the National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani affirmed. He said the economic recovery is due to the uplift of Covid 19 containment measures. Ukur Yatani made this report on the New Year's Eve.
Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, and Raychelle Omamo, Kenya's foreign minister, signed six memorandums of understanding and agreements on trade, investments, digital innovation, and green development earlier today. The agreements were signed after bilateral discussions between the two leaders. Wang Yi stated that one method to restore peace to the Horn of Africa was for his country to assist countries in the region with infrastructure and other initiatives.
Baba Raila Odinga who was being hosted by governor Kuti. Met with the leaders of Isiolo and discussed on the way forward in fostering economic development in Isiolo. The approval rating of isiolo county Government has been excellent, governor Kuti has shown hardwork and dedication towards his people.