Former President Uhuru Wakes Up To A Morning Surprise As He Receives A Coded Message From Poghisio
His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta is the immediate former president of the Republic of Kenya. He is a Kenyan politician and the son of the former first president of the Republic of Kenya, the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. He served for two terms as per the 2010 Kenyan Constitution that allows one to serve for a maximum of two terms only.
Judge Whose Name Was Rejected By Uhuru After Sending BBI Parking Named Jurist Of The Year
Kenyan Court of Appeal Judge, Justice Joel Ngugi who was among the High Judges that Uhuru Kenyatta failed to promote to the Appellate Court has been crowned the Jurist of the Year by the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ). Joel Ngugi who was also among the judges who declared the famous BBI Unconstitutional, null and void while issuing his acceptance speech said that the award is meant the many faceless Kenyans who, daily, fight for the Kenyan Constitution and Constitutionalism.
A Sigh of Relief to Unemployed Teachers As Cause of Confusion over Recruitment Exercise is Revealed
A lot of bad news have been surrounding the recruitment of 35,000 teachers as it was directed by the president of the repulic of Kenya, Dr. William Ruto. The head of state had directed the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to employ more teachers to help bridge the gap of teacher shortage in various schools in the Country.In Kenya, the number of unemployed teachers is huge than the number of employed teachers.
TSC Teachers to Retire At the Age of 55 Years - Popular Mt Kenya Region Politician Tables
More than 30,000 instructors in Kenya work with students in both primary and secondary institutions. Most of these experts work in private schools, but some also work in public schools. Private school administrators look after their staff of teachers, while the government, through the Ministry of Education and Teachers Service Commission, looks after those employed by public schools (TSC).
Havi Comments On Ruto's Attempts to Change the Constitution
Lawyer Nelson Havi has supported president William Ruto in his latest attempts to change the constitution to include gender issue. According to Havi, the Kenyan Constitution of Kenya is not entirely perfect hence some issues must be amended. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/NelsonHavi/status/1601850308669366274?s=20&t=kwjoxKNa4lttEXUpULLsEA
Good News For Top 10 KCPE Candidates From All Sub Counties As The Following Details Emerge From MOE
The Kenyan Constitution stipulates that basic and compulsory education is one of every Kenyan child's fundamental rights and freedoms. The cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu is in charge of the ministry of education. The first week of classes begins next week, and form one students are expected to enroll in the secondary schools of their choice.
Latest Details Emerged Reveals CJ Koome & JSC Are Under Pressure Due To Delay In Doing This
The Chief Justice Martha Koome-led Judicial Service Commission (JSC) is under fire for holding up the publication of the names of qualified judges who successfully completed the interview process. According to the law, the names were supposed to be revealed on November 18 but JSC has kept silent.
List of Top Government Officials President William Ruto Can't Fire Directly
Whereas the head of the Executive, President William Ruto has powers to employ and fire top government officials like cabinet secretaries, ambassadors, board chairs, heads of parastatals and principal secretaries. However, article 248 and Article 251 of the Kenyan Constitution offers the security of tenure to some government employees.
Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu Summoned By UDA Earlier Today In Relation To The Dubai Drama
The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party disciplinary committee summoned Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu for in the aftermath of her Dubai scandal. In a notice dated Monday, December 19th, the Chairperson of the UDA Disciplinary Committee; Charles Njenga, accused Nyamu of bringing shame to the party and harming its name.
TSC Latest Crucial Circular that Teachers Should Check in order to Avoid last minutes Rush.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC), is an independent body provided for under Chapter Fifteen of the Kenyan Constitution (Article 248). The commission was formed in order to give teachers one employer and uniform terms and conditions of service. It is charged with the mandate of registering, employing, promoting, disciplining and paying teachers.The commission had been directed by the head of state to recruit 35,000 teachers to help in bridging the gap of teacher shortage in the country.
Concern To Parents With Students In Private Schools As The Following Details About Fees Emerge
The right to basic education is included in the Kenyan Constitution's bill of rights as an inalienable basic freedom. Teaching and learning are provided by both public and private institutions that fall under the purview of the Ministry of Education. Ezekiel Machogu is in charge of the education docket at the moment, and he is doing everything he can to make sure the new education system, Competency Based Curriculum (CBC), is completely implemented.
Huge Blow For Widows As High Court Declares A Ruling Against A Share Of Property
High Court has declared that a woman is not entitled to inherit a share of properties owned by the parents of her husband in a ruling in which a widow was staking claim to a share of her father in law's estate. In Kenya, women are legally entitled to inherit property from their husbands.
Bad News For Grade 6 Candidates As They May Fail To Seat KEPSEA Next Week, Manyasa Reveals
In both primary and secondary schools in Kenya, there are more than 300,000 teachers. A larger portion of these experts work in public schools, while only a small number work in private institutions. While teachers working in public schools are compensated by the government through the Teachers Service Commission, those working in private schools are paid by the owners of those institutions (TSC).
Miguna Reacts After Ruto Proposed Constitutional Amendments On Raila's Office, CDF And Other Issues.
Controversial Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna publicly challenged the president William Ruto's proposals to change the constitution and make numerous modifications when he wrote to the speaker of the national assembly and the Senate. In his letter, President William Ruto argued that several concerns, including the creation of a state office for Raila Odinga, required a modification to the constitution.
Azimio Spokesperson Gang Up With Miguna To Slam Ruto's Alleged Efforts To Mutilate Constitution 2010
Professor Makau Mutua has used a Bible verse to rebuke Ruto's attempt to alleged intention to change the Kenyan Constitution of 2010. According to the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya alliance Spokesperson, Ruto's attempt to mutilate the current constitution raises more questions than answers. His remarks come after the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto said that he was writing to the Parliament to amend a few sections of the Kenyan constitution.
"I Don't Believe in Written Constitution" UDA Politician Says
The First MP Salah Yakhub, who is also an UDA member, has told the Star Newspaper that he doesn't believe in the new Constitution and has described it as useless. "I don't believe in a written Constitution, a voluminous document that does not help us.
Proposal to Scrap The Presidential Term Limits REJECTED by UDA Chairmanship
The Kenyan Constitution since amendment, offers any Presidential aspirant to vie and be elected Democratically into office and rule for two-five year terms without any further re-election. However, a UDA lawmaker has revealed plans to seek the scrapping of the presidential term limit, noting that the cap should be on age, not period of service.
JUST IN: Judge Who Threw Away the BBI Case Now Crowned the Best Judge of the Year
Photo Courtesy; Justice Joel Ngugi who is popularly known for throwing away the BBI case was crowned the Jurist of the Year by the International Commission of Jurists,ICJ. Photo Courtesy; Ngugi in his acceptance speech of the award dedicated the award to Kenyans who continue to fight for the rule of law.
"We are watching you" -Defenders Coalition Tells President Ruto On Matters Human Rights
President Dr. William Samoei Ruto, who benefited from succeeding outgoing leader Uhuru Kenyatta, who had served two terms, as required by the 2010 Kenyan Constitution. However, the president started his term by exacting vengeance on anyone who had opposed him during the previous administration as well as on those who had disagreed with him.
Details Emerge On How Section Of UDA MPs Are Planning To Extend Ruto's Term.
The Kenyan Constitution only allows for the seat of the President to be held for only two terms of 5 years each before retirement to allow for the succession. However details have emerged on the possibility of amending the constitution of Kenya by section of the UDA Members Of Parliament to allow the President William Ruto to rule for four terms.