Several decades ago, Kenya underwent a trying moment during the tenure of late president Daniel Arap Moi when youthful Kenya Airforce soldiers led by Hezekiel Ochuka attempted a coup de tat on Moi's government before they were subdued by loyal soldiers. The result of the attempted coup de tat was that President Daniel Moi's government cracked a whip with the aftermath seeing both innocent and guilty kenyans facing the full wrath of the provoked government.
PS Ibrahim Mohammed. Photo/Courtesy The Principal Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Defence Ibrahim Mohammed has been jailed by the High Court of Kenya. This follows his failure to pay five former military officials a lumpsome of about Ksh 12.5 million following their illegal detention during the 1982 coup.
Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) is one of the security organs found in Kenya that play key vital roles of defending the country against internal and external attacks from terrorist groups.It's good news and new dawn to the KDF service members as the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced that it will probably collaborate with Public Private Partnership (PPP) to see that the service members from the rank of private to warrant officers benefit from 2340 housing units.
Today the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) moved its appeal to the Supreme Court this is after a ruling by the Court of Appeal that declared the BBI document unfit by a five bench judge and that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s attempt to change the Constitution through the BBI process was unconstitutional.
The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) Service Members are set to benefit from over 2340 housing units through a Public Private Partnership (PPP) at a cost of Ksh.7.5 billion.Service personnel from the rank of Private to Warrant Officers are earmarked for the first phase of this grand project whose pre-bid conference was held at the Villa Rosa Kempiski Hotel in Nairobi.
Defence Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma, PS Ibrahim Mohamed and Kenya Space Agency boss Thomas Chepkuto arrive for the launch of the strategic plan at a Nairobi hotel Photo/Courtesy The Principal Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Defence has been found guilty of contempt of a court order that had been issued against the Ministry.
President Uhuru Kenyatta Principal Secretary For Defense Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed has 🐝 sentenced for six months in prison. Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed was appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta on 6th September 2019 to Serve as Principal Secretary in the Ministry Of Defense but it seems the long hand of the law has finally caught up with him.
Barely hours after a 58 year old woman died due alleged negligence by Nakuru Teaching and Referral hospital nurses, another family is mourning the death of a 24 year old. According to her husband Ibrahim Mohammed, the deceased delivered their baby but her bleeding became uncontrollable prompting his relatives to donate blood for Njoki and also buy medicine outside the hospital but nurses said they don't work on holidays.
Dr. Ibrahim Mohamed, the Principal Secretary Ministry of Defence paid a courtesy call to Major General Jimson Mutai Commander Kenya Navy, at the Kenya Navy Headquarters, Mombasa. The PS held a brief consultative meeting with Maj Gen Mutai on Kenya Navy’s contribution to delivering maritime security in Kenya. Dr. Mohamed’s tour was also an opportunity to inspect the progress of the slipway project which currently stands at 70% complete. Upon its completion in 2021, the project will enable the Kenya Navy
Four Kenyans were on Tuesday morning arraigned in Nairobi and charged for receiving over Sh55 million through M-Pesa from unidentified people in South Africa. Warsame Abdi, Adan Noor, Ibrahim Mohammed, and Mohammed Hussein pleaded not guilty to a charge of acquisition of proceeds of crime. According to a report by the prosecution, the culprits received the money through registered Safaricom lines and the money is said to have been wired to them from South Africa. The state has maintained that the four knowingly
Latest news being reported is that a top government official has been sentenced to six months in jail by High Court. It is very rare for government officials to be sentenced to jail especially Permanent Secretaries. The latest ruling has been welcomed by majority of Kenyans. According to the Star Newspaper, the High Court has committed Defence Permanent Secretary, Ibrahim Mohammed to six months civil jail after he failed to pay ex-military officers ksh.
The Permanent Secretary for Defence Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed is facing a civil jail term of six months. This is after he had failed to pay five former military officers a compensation of ksh 12.5 million for illegal detention during the 1982 coup. The High Court through Judge Jairus Ngaa found that the PS was in contempt of court by not appeading before the court to explain why he had not implemented the court order.
Kenya is among member countries that pledged to keep peace in the neighbouring country of Somalia. Somalia has been facing political instability for ages. Kenya Defence Forces today have handed over four newly built classrooms and a sports stadium to the local administration in Ras Kamboni, Somalia.
Chief Justice David Maraga and his Deputy Philomena Mwilu are the latest high ranking government officials to take a pay cut in efforts to assist in crisis of combating Coronavirus epidemic in the country. In a press release to new rooms the CJ said he and his Deputy will take 30 percent pay cut for three months in a move aimed at helping in the emergency of the virus that has seen one person died and 31 others infected. Other Supreme Court judges, the CJ added have agreed to take 20 percent cut for the sim