Dr. Ekuru Aukot has blasted President William Ruto's two-day working tour in Nyanza Region, terming the tour as ill-intended. The Former Presidential aspirant, claimed that, Ruto is after benefiting from the National Pension Fund by using the housing programme launch as a cover up. According to Aukot, Ruto's move to launch the mortgages in Nyanza Region is so questionable hinting out that the residents in Region of the launch have no income and therefore cannot afford such bills. He, therefore, called upon Kenyans
Image: Courtesy. President William Ruto and his cabinet has taken a bold step to forgo their one month salary and channel the money towards mitigating the effects of drought across the country. The president and the other Kenyan workers took the bold step days after government launched a pay bill number where Kenyans are urged to contribute part of their salaries to address the drought situation.
Meru governor Kawira Mwangaza has today launched a new programme that she says will benefit a number of youth's especially those from informal settlements. She narrates that they have began a three day training program for over 500 youth beneficiaries involved in the construction of road's. She says that they will be using Do-Nou technology under the improved Livelihood Opportunities and Accessibility for underserved urban communities project.
In 2018, the Jubilee government headed by Kenyatta established the National Integrated Identity System programme. The programme was to replace identification cards and help ease access to government services. The programme was called Huduma Namba. However, the programme met several controversies until it was ultimately declared unconstitutional by the court.
The government of Kenya through the leadership of His Excellency President William Ruto has made many promises to Kenyans. Some of the promises have already been fulfilled as others are still being fulfilled. According to information shared by KTN media house through their official Twitter page, the government of Kenya has put a plan to promote feeding programs in Kenyan schools.
Statehouse spokesperson Hussein Mohammed today morning had a press briefing at the Kisumu State Lodge State House spokesperson Hussein Mohammed outlines the results of the affordable housing programme by President Ruto Hussein Mohammed – Spokesperson, Statehouse: The affordable housing programme is not only about low-cost and descent housing needs but also meant to create jobs for thousands of youth and stimulate the economy
Manchester United are currently on position fourth in English Premier league standings. Following a poor start to EPL first games of the season, the red devils have manipulated things and turned things around under Ten Hag and are currently on position four. The Red Devils resilience is due to how they changed their mentality and treat each game as a final for them hence emerging with crucial points in even tougher games.
Yesterday afternoon Nyaribari masaba mp Dr. Daniel manduku together with other elected leaders from kisii county, held a meeting with the cabinet secretary for interior prof. Kithure kindiki to discuss matters security and general administration in their specific constituencies and the county in general Security of our nation plays a significant role in the success of our development agenda.
Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has reacted through his official facebook page minutes after his meeting with Wajir Governor Hon. Ahmed Abdullahi. According to him they discussed pertinent issues around the current drought situation and areas of collaboration between the National Government and the County Governments in combatting the ongoing drought.
Earlier today, I held discussions with the French ambassador to Kenya Mr. Arnaud Suquet who paid a courtesy call on me at Harambee House Annex Offices. France and Kenya have a long history of cooperation across multiple fronts that date back to 1966. During the courtesy call, Mr. Suquet and I discussed a wide-range of issues that touched on infrastructure projects supported by the French government such as the Rironi-Mau Summit Road project as well as the Nairobi Commuter Rail Project.
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have the potential to help address food shortages in African countries in several ways. One potential benefit of GMOs is that they can be designed to be more resistant to pests and diseases, which can help increase crop yields. In addition, some GMOs are engineered to be more drought-resistant, which could be particularly useful in areas prone to drought.
Kenya's Major Issues Kenya is a country located in East Africa that has a diverse range of political, social, and economic issues. Here are some of the most trending issues in Kenya today: Corruption: This is a major issue in Kenya, with the country ranking 145 out of 180 countries in Transparency International's 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index.
You understand how drought recently brought manace to the country. Many cattle died in eastern and North Eastern region and even Rift valley because of drought. The animals were lost and it was a big loss to pastrolists who sold their animals upto sh 400 only for a bull to avoid total loss.
Kawira Mwangaza has kick started the first 3-day training program for over 500 youth beneficiaries involved in the construction of roads, using Do-Nou technology under the improved livelihood opportunities and accessibility for undeserved urban communities project. "We have began the first 3-day training program for over 500 youth beneficiaries involved in the construction of roads, using Do-Nou technology under the improved livelihood opportunities and accessibility for undeserved urban communities project", Kawira Mwangaza.
Kenya is home to some of the best universities in the region. The country has a number of public and private universities that offer quality education and research opportunities. Here are some of the top universities in Kenya: 1. University of Nairobi: This is the oldest public university in Kenya and is one of the leading research universities in Africa.
As more and more doctors are recommending seafood, it has become difficult to take into consideration the sustainability and ecosystems associated with fishing. What is a sustainable fish? Does the risk associated with fishing exceed the health benefits of fish? What one should eat, raised fish or wild fish?
Just one day after transferring his responsibilities to Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua today skipped an important ceremony at the Kiganjo training facility in Nyeri that was attended by President Ruto and other officials. According to the sources, Gachagua was busy talking to Ahmed Abdullahi, the governor of Wajir, about the drought situation and how the national government would work together to fight the ongoing drought.
Under the leadership of President William Ruto and his Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, the Kenya Kwanza government is facing a true litmus test, and things are not looking good for the two. In addition to his pledge to cut living expenses, President William Ruto moved swiftly to raise money from Kenyans to end the hunger that is scaring millions of people.
President William Ruto has today commissioned the Homa Bay Municipal Market in Homa Bay County. President William Ruto holds that small markets like the Pier fish market in Homa Bay is central to the economic transformation from the bottom. He promised to work with County Government to grow this sector that is a source of livelihoods for millions of Kenyans.
The department of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries in partnership with Drought Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods Programme (DRLSP) today distributed assorted vegetable seeds, seedlings and inputs to more than 400 Barwessa irrigation Scheme farmers in order to boost productivity along Kerio valley region. The programme aims at building resilience of communties against drought and hunger related effects as well as improve on nutritional levels particularly among women and children. While flagging off