Consumers have a reason to smile to after the issuance of another cordial directive, which presently permits them to exchange their empty gas cylinders with some other refilled brands. This was made possible after members from the Energy Dealers Association (EDA) were permitted to exchange various gas cylinder brands as long as the size is the same since all of the containers are fitted with universal valves.
A Gazette Notice that was advertising the position of Chairperson of the Public Service Commission, indicated grounds on which applicants would not be hired for the position. The Notice that was issued on, October 15, indicated that a person was not eligible for an appointment as a chairperson of the Public Service Commission if they are undischarged bankrupt.
0Fews hours President Uhuru Kenyatta has made a major announcement that concerns Some workers in the country. According to the report from Kenyans.co.ke, President Uhuru Kenyatta through his senior government has announced that the office of the chairperson is now vacant. Uhuru Kenyatta is required to organise and manage all the agencies and organizations in Kenya through the authority of the Constitution.
The Kenya Revenue Authority announced that taxpayers will now get full or partial relief on penalties and interest on the undisclosed taxes. KRA said that the programme is part of providing relief to taxpayers, due to the hardships brought about by the Covid 19 pandemic. The type of relief a taxpayer get will, however, depend on how soon they pay, with the first ones most favoured.
A Gazette Notice advertising the position of Chairperson of the Public Service Commission, indicated grounds on which applicants would not be hired for the position. According to the Notice issued on Friday, October 15, a person is not eligible for an appointment as a chairperson of the Public Service Commission if they are undischarged bankrupt.
IEBC Chairman, Wafula Chebukati in a Gazette Notice dated Monday, August 9 pegged the highest figure at Ksh17.7 billion for political parties. The new law indicates that a maximum of Ksh11.8 billion should be spent on transport while a maximum of Ksh1.8 billion should go towards media and advertising from the budget allocation.
Kenyans are set to enjoy billions from Members of Parliament among those aspirants who will be contesting in next year’s General Election as the Parliament of Kenya block the recent move by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to limit the overspending during campaigns. MPs, Senators among aspirants who will be seeking elective posts are now free to spend billions of shillings in their campaigns after lawmakers yesterday opposed guidelines that sought to limit the amount of money one could spend on their campaigns.
Chief Administrative Secretary in Charge of Sports Zachariah Kinuthia has sworn an affidavit to change huis name. Photo: Nairobi News. The CAS who was born Zachariah Kinuthia Magure changed his name to Zack Kinuthia Mugure and officially announced it to the public in a move that makes him a top public official to have changed his name.
According to the authority given by section 196 (A) of the Insurance Act, the commissioner of insurance shall notify in the Gazette and at least two daily newspapers of national circulation, names of the persons whose registration is cancelled. In light of the above, the commissioner through Kenya Gazzette dated 30 July 2021, published the following Insurance Brokers as having failed to acquire registration under the Insurance Act.
Dr. Fred Matiangi, the Secretary of the Interior Cabinet, has declared Tuesday, 2021, a public holiday. Matiang'i announced the public holiday in a gazette notice, noting that Muslims will be commemorating Idd-Ul-Adha. This is in accordance with the constitution public holiday act that gives him the power to do so.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission released the campaign expenditure limits for political aspirants and parties for the 2022 general election. It prescribed via a Gazette notice the limits of permissible expenditure to be applied to the six elective posts in efforts to ensure a fair playing field for political contests.
According to the report, consumers are now having a reason to smile after the issuance of a new friendly directive, which now allows them to replace their empty gas cylinders with any other refilled brand. Members of the Energy Dealers Association (EDA) have been allowed to exchange different gas cylinder brands as long as the size is the same.
The Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government programs CS Fred Matiang'i has used his powers to create a new sub county in Laikipia county. The new sub county will be made up of two divisions being Olmoran and Ng'arua which have been hived off from Laikipia west and Nyahururu subcounties respectively.
IG Hillary Mutyambai. The area designated for the safety of Laikipia remains a no-go area for political meetings without police permission, IG Hillary Mutyambai said. In a notice released on Sunday, Mutyambai said those areas were classified as disrupted by an ongoing multi-agency operation and would remain until canceled.
The Goverment through Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiangi has imposed 6am-6pm Curfew on two counties. Following the recent fighting cases in Tot Area, Interior CS Matiangi has imposed 6am to 6pm Curfew in parts of Elgeyo Marakwet, Baringo East and West Pokot Counties to atleast the cases of violence around the region.
'According to the Gazette Notice, a presidential candidate will be allowed to spend a maximum of Ksh.4.4 billion for their 2022 campaigns.' said by IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati during a workshop of the Kenya Media Sector Working Group (KMSWG) in Mombasa. The chairman clarified more for those aiming for the gubernatorial, Senatorial or Woman Representative seats, he said that their spending will also be regulated with Turkana County having the highest spending limit at Ksh.123 million followed by Nairobi (Ksh.117 million) and Marsabit (114 million).
The major reason for president Uhuru suspension reason for the senior judge Mary Muthoni Gitumbi has been finally revealed.President Uhuru has suspended Environment and Land Court judge Mary Muthoni Gitumbi following recommendation for her removal by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) on grounds of mental incapacity. According to a Gazette Notice dated August 23, 2021 the Head of State has further formed a tribunal to inquire into the petition by JSC on the removal of justice Gitumbi.
President Suluhu of Tanzania has finally bowed to the threat of Covid-19 and is expected to launch a nationwide vaccination campaign. Covid-19 immunization programs have been upset by an intriguing bit of information from Tanzanian president Madam Suluhu Hassan. According to the Gazette notice dated 26th July, the government of Tanzania is expected to launch a nationwide vaccination campaign to curb the current unstoppable and resilient covid-19 pandemic in the world in conjunction with Covax facility.
Road closures to Nakuru have been announced by Interior CS Fred Matiang'i ahead of the upcoming rally championship. The CS stated in a Gazette notice dated Friday, June 18, that the Kikopey–Elementaita Village road will be closed to all vehicles between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Interior cabinet secretary Dr. fred Matiangi has declared Tuesday 20th public holiday to celebrate Iddul Adha. "It is notified for the general information of the public that in exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 (2) , as read with section 3 of the public holidays act, the cabinet secretary for interior and coordination of national government declared that Tuesday, 20th July, 2021 shall be a public holiday to mark iddul- Adha, 2021," he said in a Gazette notice on Friday.