The National Social Security Fund, NSSF, is a Kenyan government agency responsible for the collection, safekeeping, responsible Investment and distribution of retirement funds of employees in both formal and informal sectors of Kenyan vast economy. It offers social protections to all Kenyan workers. The agency provides various schemes for members who are registered hence entitled to its benefits.
In Kenyan law, unfortunately divorced women are not considered from inheritance under the Law of Succession Act, Cap 160. A divorced woman has no rights to a deceased's husband's estate when they pass away intestate meaning without a valid will or without a will at all.
Have you ever been in situations where you feel your rights as a tenant have been deprived?Worry no more because by the end of this article you will have known all your rights as a tenant.There are several Acts in the Kenyan Law that protects your rights as a tenant.
Kenya is a proud democratic country in africa due to its progressive constitution promulgated in the year 2010. Kenyan Law has stipulated clearly on who should take over as the president and commander in chief of the armed forces. For one to win the seat a) He or she must get at least 24% in half of the 47 counties.
Yesterday, on Sunday four people in Kisii were lynched to death by the irate mob on suspicion of carrying out witchcraft operations in the area. This was after a secondary school student was found conscious on the path which drove to one of the suspect's homes after he was abducted the previous night.
CS Amb. Amina Mohamed Photo courtesy: Amina Mohamed/Twitter There is a saying that education is a lifetime experience which has no end and that no one is too old too go to class. These words may have been proven right by Kenya's Sports, Culture & Heritage CS Ambassador Amina Mohamed who was admitted to the bar today on July 3rd. Born on October 6th 1961, Ambassador Amina Chawahir Mohamed who will be celebrating her 59th birthday this year holds a Masters Degree in International Law and post graduate diploma
You see it happen squatters who get rattled after every couple of years after which they settle back on the same land for several more years before they are disturbed yet again. What's the reason for this? Why is the land owner only interested in rattling them but not entirely chasing them away? The answer lies within the doctrine of adverse possession. What is adverse possession? Adverse possession actually allows a person who has unlawfully occupied another person’s land for a continuous period of at least