On Wednesday during the Mashujaa Day celebrations held at Wang'uru International Stadium, the Head of State, President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta delivered good news to Kenyans. He lifted the dawn to dusk curfew which had been effected by the government in 2020 when the Covid-19 pandemic started wreking havoc in Kenya.
CS Mutahi Kagwe in the past function When Corona virus entered the Country last year March, the ministry of health came up with different protocols to prevent the spread of the virus. Most of the measures that were put in place affected the economy negatively. People were not able to do normal business activities beyond certain times that were set.
Cabinet Secretary for the ministry of health Hon. Mutahi Kagwe on Thursday, October 21, has announced new directives on Covid-19 restrictions to all bars and restaurants amid recent president Uhuru Kenyatta's speech during Madaraka day celebrations which took place in Wang'uru stadium. According to CS Mutahi Kagwe the closure of bars will revert to the earlier set time of 11pm.
Mumias equity bank Officials at St Mary's hospital Kenyans are being requested to continue living by the eradicated measures by the ministry of health in fighting coronavirus. This has been advised by Mumias branch manager of equity bank Mr Cleophas Wanjala Nalianya while at St Mary's mission hospital today afternoon while handing out covid-19 fighting equipment to the hospital.
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
Health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe on Monday, October 4, 2021 announced the extension of all Covid-19 containment measures. The CS announced the extension of Curfew, Ban on public gatherings and rallies among other measures from Afya House. Mutahi announced that the Nationwide Curfew starting from 10pm to 4am will be extended further for 30 days.
Kakamega Senator Hon Cleophas Malala has sparked a mixed reactions online after predicting that ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi will defeated DP William Ruto and Raila Odinga to be the fifth president of Kenya. Cleophas claimed so in his official twitter account shortly after Narok Senator Hon Ledama Ole Kina made a similar allegations about Raila OdingaMusalia is amongst the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals alongside Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetangula and Gideon Moi.
Two of the most powerful cabinet Secretaries serving the Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet met on Tuesday during a top event. The two are the Cabinet Secretaries Mutahi Kagwe in charge of the Ministry of Health and his colleague who is incharge of the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government programs CS Fred Matiang'i.
Cleophas Malala Makes A Big Statement, Reveals What He Will Do To His Competitors In Kakamega County
Cleophas Malala is the current sitting Senator for Kakamega County. He is the second Senator for Kakamega County after Dr. Boni Khalwale who tried his luck in Kakamega County gubernatorial seat but failed to incumbent Governor Wycliffe Oparanya of the Orange Democratic Movement party in Kenya. Senator Cleophas Malala will be facing off with among others Dr. Boni Khalwale in the race to succeed the incumbent Governor Wycliffe Oparanya who is serving his last term in office.
Bodaboda Operators have been known for the wrong reasons. However,today,CS Health,Mutahi Kagwe has given them a rare praise in their work in the health sector and especially in the fight of the Corona Virus. Kagwe even went further to note that they are also Frontline officers in the fight of the corona Virus.
As the country heads to the 2022 general election, political temperatures have been going up. Many leaders have been in a rush to lure the people to support them in their aspiration for various seats while others have been tearing each other apart to showcase their supremacy. Today, Western region governors Wycliffe Oparanya, Otichilo, Ojamong and Wangamati made a surprise move to declare Francis Atwoli as the Western region coordinator but as things seem to be, that move did not go down well with everyone as Kakamega County senator Cleophas Malala warned them of undermining Musalia Mudavadi.
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.
Photo Courtesy (Google Chrome) :Kakamega's Senator Cleophas Malala Kakamega's Senator Cleophas Malala has promised to offer lucrative job to his opponents in the Kakamega Gubernatorial race in 2022 General elections. Malala who has been advocating for ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi presidency will face United Democratic Alliance Party flagbearer Boni Khalwale,Kakamega's Deputy Governor Savula and Dr Philip Kutima in the race for Kakamega County top seat.
The Government of Kenya through the Ministry of Health has made announcements on the Nation wide curfew. Health Cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe made the announcements which Kenyans have eagerly been waiting for. Photo Courtesy/ Health CS, Mutahi Kagwe Health CS, Mutahi Kagwe has announced that nationwide Curfew has been extended by another 30 days.
Photo courtesy// Health CS Mutahi Kagwe The government of Kenya through the Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has extended the Covid-19 containment measures further for 30 days, new reports indicate. As per the reports by Citizen TV, curfews that are currently running from 10 PM to 4 AM nationwide were extended for further 30 days.
The national wide curfew that has been in place since March last year may finally be lifted in a months time. "We are very optimistic that in a months time or so we will be able to open up," hinted Tourism and Wildlife CS Najib Balala at a media forum during the Magical Kenya Travel Expo.
Bad news to all Kenyans as health cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe announce worrying news concerning curfew restrictions. According to reports, CS Mucheru this morning joined CS Mutahi Kagwe and Prof. Hubert Gijzen at the Media Council of Kenya launch of the Covid-19 information portal, aimed at aiding the media to disseminate factual and verifiable information to the public and curb the rise of disinformation.
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.
The government has yet again extended curfew by another 30 days, dashing the hopes of many Kenyans were hoping that the country will fully be opened as the nation heads into the festive season. Health CS Mutahi Kagwe announced that containment measures will remain in place for the next 60 days.
The recent ban on shisha smoking by Health CS Cleopha Mailu undoubtedly dealt a big blow to businessmen who dealt in the product. However, many people still don't know about shisha- which is vaporized and flavored tobacco. Here are 5 things you may not know about shisha.