Interior cabinet secretary doctor Fred Matiangi has issued a stern warning that the government will be forced to shut down media houses. Interior cabinet secretary was speaking in Ol Kalau Nyandarua county during the launch of a local station.Matiangi further stated that his ministry was ready to invoke the public order act by shutting down media outlets that will be used by politicians to spread hate speech and tribalism ahead of next year's general elections.
Photo Courtesy. Giant electricity company KPLC has been making the headlines for the past few days at least for the wrong reasons. There have been lots of accusations on the ongoing looting within the company that has left it a shell of its former self. The struggling company has also been accused of increasing electricity prices with each passing day as it tries to recover the daily losses being incurred through the ongoing looting.
Citizen TV news anchor Trevor Ombija is a role model for many, in the recent post that she has shared with the youngest chief Administrative officer, in the ministry of ICT, innovation and youth affairs, Nadia Ahmef Abdallah. And it looks like they are good friends as they were sharing a moment of fun.
Dr Fred Matiang'i is the incumbent Cabinet Secretary (CS) Interior and Coordination of the National Government. His performance track record portrays him as a hardworking and self driven individual, something which has made him a close ally and Uhuru's confidant. The CS was recently crowned as the Super CS and now oversees implementation of all government projects.
ICT utilisation in the country is very crucial but it has exposed companies to more fraud. This is due to the speed of execution of ICT trends to increase the chances of identity theft due to the fact that transaction are online and real time. Therefore small and midsize businesses are more vulnerable to fraud than larger organisations and the effects can be more damaging.
Yesterday rowdy youths blocked and stoned deputy president William Ruto motorcade in Busia town. The youths also vandalized vehicles of senior UDA officials from Nyanza region. The deputy president condemned the incident and called for political tolerance in the country. Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi has broken his silence after the yesterday's incident in Busia county.
Current National Identification cards will be phased out by December 12, 2021, according to ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru. They will be replaced by Huduma Namba cards, which will be issued starting December 1, 2020. Mr Mucheru stated that without the new document, it will be impossible to obtain government services .Speaking from the Machakos Golf Club, where he presided over the unveiling of the Huduma Namba cards.
Nyeri county residents are happy as their governor has sped up his development plans. For instance, plans are underway to construct an ultra-modern cinema theatre at Wangari Maathai Arts & Cultural Centre in Nyeri town. The theatre is being constructed by the County Government of Nyeri through the Department of Trade, Tourism, Culture and Co-operatives Development in partnership with Kenya Film Commission (KFC) and Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs.
1. Lack of parental support Basically the majority of the parents of learners who are currently undergoing the competence based education were products of the outcome based education (844 curriculum) therefore they have very little knowledge of the new curriculum apart from the who are in the education sector and have undergone training as part of their jobs.
Hon Musalia Omwami Mudavadi, who is the ANC party leader, and also among the hopeful Presidential aspirants in the country ignited a hot debate online when he posted this immediately after attending the homecoming ceremony of ANC Party's secretary general Mr Gikuru. (Courtesy photo) According to his recent post, he said the time for the youth to be part of Government, and leadership is now; the proverbial tomorrow will wait no more.
Newly appointed Secretary General for the Communication Authority of Kenya Ezra Chiloba has vowed that he will shut down e commerce firms that operate in the country without valid licenses. Ezra Chiloba has stated that the move will get rid of rogue traders in the industry. This move will mostly affect my online stores that use Whatapp, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to market their products online.
CS Mucheru Wants Kenyans Allowed To Use Their ID Cards During Voting, Reveals What is in Their System
ICT Boss Joe Mucheru has issued contentious remarks about the ongoing voters registration demanding use of National Identification during the voting exercise in 2022. As the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is pushing for the mass voter registration exercise hoping to register at least 6-7 million new voters. ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has said that Kenyans should be allowed to use their identifications to vote in 2022 instead of voters cards.
A more decentralized governance structure of 47 county governments with increased county capacity in public expenditure management and enhanced public participation. Roads are a key infrastructure in the economy of this country, President Uhuru has been keen in improving the infrastructure and you can clearly see that by the works he is doing.
ICT CS Sends Warning to Parties, Coalitions Ahead of 2022; Predict What Awaits if Youths Not Engaged
The cabinet secretary ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Innovations and Youth Affairs Joe Mucheru has today highlighted the importance of youth engagement in formation of political parties and coalitions in Kenya ahead of 2022 general elections. Speaking on Ktn news, Mucheru confesses that these parties and coalitions are getting more and more important as we approach the general elections.
The Communications Authority of Kenya has announced that it will be seeking to shut down e-commerce firms operating in the country without valid licenses. The authority's new Director-General, Ezra Chiloba, stated that the move is aimed at restoring order in the e-commerce industry and getting rid of the rogue traders.
The youth in Kenya form about seventy five percent of the total population. As 2022 general election getting closer, different political parties been drafting on ways to ensure they win the trust of the youth. The youth have also been advised severally to take advantage of the numbers and ensure they vote for the right person who will ensure that their issues are given a priority.
Communications authority of Kenya has annouced that it will be seeking an approval to shut down e-commerce firms that are operating in the country without valid licences. As reported by Kenyans.co.ke,director general Ezra Chiloba said that the move is aimed at restoring order in the e-commerce industry and getting rid of the rogue traders.
ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has on Sunday October 3 cleared the air over the allegations of back fighting the Deputy President William Ruto. According to the reports by a local source, CS Mucheru has said that he has nothing to do with Deputy President William Ruto.
Cabinet Secretary for ICT Joe Mucheru has denied reports that he is opposed to Deputy President William Ruto's bid to become Kenya's fifth President in August 2022. Responding to public questions in a QnA published by Nation, Mucheru stated that he has no personal animosity toward the DP or his presidential ambitions.
As the world is transitioning after the Coronavirus pandemic, the economy around the world was at the brink of collapsing, India which reported massive deaths due to the same has revealed how it maneuvered through the trying moment. Speaking at the UNGA ICT meeting, first secretary Sneha Dubey said India had brought over 200 million women into the mainstream financial system.