Yesterday HE President Uhuru Kenyatta joined the KDF in marking one decade (10 years) since the Kenya Defense Forces sent troops to Somalia in the Operation Linda Nchi. During the KDF Day, the head of state also laid a wreath on a monument that was built in memory of the many Kenya Defense Forces soldiers who lost their lives in Somalia during the Operation Linda Nchi.
Courtesy As the calls to end the ongoing dusk to dawn curfew increases, President Uhuru Kenyatta has finally breaks his silence as he jokes about lifting curfew. Speaking to Kahawa Garrison residents in Kiambu county after unveiling new level 4 , 150-bed capacity military hospital at Kahawa as part of the activities to commemorate this year KDF day, the head of state breaks silence for increasing calls to lift curfew.
President Uhuru has responded to Kipchumba Murkomen who asked the president to stop hypocrisy and lift curfew. Speaking at Kahawa Garrison during the 10th anniversary of the Kenya Defence Forces, Uhuru Kenyatta responded to what Murkomen had said before asking president to remove curfew. Murkomen has earlier on said that those suffering as a result of curfew are more than those benefiting.
Today president Uhuru Kenyatta embarked on his development tours after his international tour. He first presided the official launch of the first public molecular imaging centre at Kenyatta university teaching and referral hospital in Kiambu county. Afterwards the president headed to Kahawa baracks in Kiambu county to lead the country in marking this year's Kenya defense forces day.
Today, the president of the republic of Kenya, hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta embarked on his local duties just a day after jetting back from the USA. The head of state together with the first lady visited Kahawa Garrison barracks where he launched a level 4 hospital inside the kdf barracks.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted that he might be compelled to extend dusk to dawn curfew after his visit to the Kenya Defence Forces. Speaking during the 10th anniversary of the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) day on Saturday, October 16, the Head of State joked that he might not lift the curfew after noticing an increase in newborns.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted that he might be compelled to extend dusk to dawn curfew after his visit to the Kenya Defence Forces. Speaking during the 10th anniversary of the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) day on Saturday, October 16, in Kahawa Garrison base in Kasarani, the Head of State joked that he might not lift the curfew after noticing an increase in newborns.
President Uhuru Kenyatta jetted back into the country after his official tour to the United States of America came to an end. The President has come back to a busy schedule which has taken all his concentration. Earlier today, Uhuru Kenyatta together with First Lady Margaret Kenyatta arrived at Kenyatta University teaching and referral hospital where they presided over the official opening of the Intergrated Molecular Imaging and Hospitality Center (IMIHC).
Following his overseas tour, President Uhuru Kenyatta began his development travels today. He first presided over the ceremonial opening of Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital in Kiambu County, which was the country's first public molecular imaging center. Following that, the president traveled to Kahawa Barracks in Kiambu County to lead the country in commemorating Kenya Defense Forces Day this year.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and First lady have today launched East Africa’s first public integrated molecular imaging center (IMIC) at the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital (KUTTRH) as part of the UHC pillar of the Big Four agenda. “The ultra-modern IMIC is the first of its kind in Kenya and the region, and was developed as part of Govt efforts to expand access to cancer treatment in the country,” read a statement by the president.
Kenya's defense force is thrown into mourning after the sudden death of two of their senior soldiers who passed away in the line of duty. The late Dr. JR Edga on the right side and his colleague Dr. Tonoket were senior officers in the KDF, they were medics and they were attached at Kahawa barracks.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has spoken today hinting that he might extend the curfew. Speaking on saturday octomber 16th at the Kahawa garrison during the 10th annivesary of Kenya Defense Forces KDF day Uhuru jockingly said that he might nationwide extend the curfew. (President Uhuru Kenyatta) " According to what i have seen here at Kahawa today, the nationwide curfew should just go on.
President Uhuru Kenyatta broke his silence on the cusp of curfew, hinting that he could extend house arrest nationwide. Speaking on Saturday October 16 at Kahawa garrison on the 10th anniversary of Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) day, Uhuru jokingly said he could extend the curfew nationwide.
Former Nairobi Governor Hon Mike Sonko has today returned to Kahawa law court where he is expected to shed more light regarding his earlier allegations that another senior government official grabbed a certain land in the Kamukunji area of Nairobi which belongs to the public. According to the video clip shared by K24 via its official Twitter account handle, the flamboyant Governor who has been fighting hard to terminate the case is now expected to tell the court more about the alleged land grabbers.At the same time, heavy security outside the court premises has been highly maintained over fears that anything mag happens during or after the ongoing court proceedings.
Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the Highways to avoid some of the accidents that we have to report on on a daily basis. The accidents can be avoided if strict adherence to traffic rules is maintained and care from drivers is also emphasized. Accidents involving school buses have been on the rise in the country and the Ministry of Education needs to act.
Military personnel inspecting a repair and maintenance facility at Kahawa: image credit| COURTESY. Various forms of assets are very integral to the operations and functionality of the Kenyan security forces. Security assets can be in terms of machines, finances or trained personnel. According to article 239of the constitution, Kenyan security forces includes the Kenya Police, Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) and the National Intelligence Service (NIS).
A few days ago, the Kenya National Highways Authority demolished stalls that were illegally erected at Kahawa West, to pave way for the expansion of the road. The demolitions were met with demonstrations which ended up claiming the life of one TukTuk driver through a bullet by the police.
Sportpesa Kenya linked company SPS sportsoft limited which is based in Liverpool, UK is at risk of loosing assets worth 2 billion after UK government failed to renew its operation license. The government failed to renew license of the company over allegations of failing to remit millions in taxes.
Kiambu Women Rep Gathoni Wa Muchomba has criticized Mt Kenya Foundation members for endorsing ODM leader Raila Odinga in the race for succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta. In a social Media post, Wamuchomba says the Mt Kenya Foundation is apolitical and therefore does not represent the view of the people in the region.
Quick mart supermarket was founded in the year 2006 by the late businessman John Kinuthia. Later after the death of John Kinuthia his son, Duncun Kinuthia who is the managing director,took over the operation of Quick Mart supermarket. It started as a small supermarket but now is one of the largest and fast growing supermarket in Kenya.