With 32 days now remaining for the August polls, uncertainty has gripped the country after Raila's Azimio alleged of plans to steal the August polls. Speaking yesterday during a series of rallies in Kiambu, Raila and his team alleged that there were plans to sneak in marked ballot papers in polling stations.
The Kenya Private Schools Association (KEPSA) has assured the government that they will put more efforts in construction of 5,000 classrooms by January next year to ensure the transition to Junior Secondary School is fully effected. The High Court has dismissed a petition by Denis Gakuu challenging the credibility of Johnson Sakaja's academic credentials in his bid for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat.
Her name is Carole Kariuki Karuga.She is one of the most successful CEOs and chairpersons of different boards both nationally and internationally. She is the current CEO of Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), a body of the private sector in Kenya that helps influence the economic and development agenda of the country through public-private sector dialogues.
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The deputy president His Excellence William Samoei Ruto has been on the Frontline revealing why some of the Jubilee projects failed leading to more Troubles to Kenyans as he directs his blame to the handshake state. He has continued to express his emotions and how the two came to part not only politically but also in terms of government projects with his boss the head of the nation His Excellence president Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC on Thursday, July 7, gave a brief presser at a meeting with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance, KEPSA concerning the state of the electoral process 32 days before the election. The chairman, Mr Wafula Chebukati told off critics noting that the commission is not answerable to any individual or entity but the Kenyan law and constitution.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission boss Wafula Chebukati today received the first batch of ballot papers at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport under tight security. Political parties handed over lists of their nominated candidates for various positions to the Commission only a week ago. The commission gave a four day window for parties to make any changes to the list until last week Tuesday.
Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Polycarp Igathe has disclosed that he refused to be appointed a Cabinet Secretary (CS), among the highly coveted positions in government and parastatals in Kenya. Speaking during a recent meeting with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), Igathe, who was selling his manifesto for the top county seat noted that he could do a better job as an elected person on behalf of Kenyans, rather than as a government appointee.
Interior CS Fred Matiang'i has now revealed the tactic which Kenyan politicians always apply in the times of elections to get their campaign fund from business people and corporate societies. Speaking at a KEPSA event, CS Matiang'i has stated that such politicians whom he refers to as rogue politicians do issue threats to these corporates that they would protect them and their businesses during and after the elections.
Photo courtesy of Ministry of Education Officials in a meeting earlier today. Ministry of Education officials held a crucial consultative meeting today at the eminent Jogoo house strategically placed at the heart of the Kenya's capital of Nairobi. Giving kenyans a glimpse of what ensued at the meeting, the ministry of education via its Twitter account articulated that the pivotal agenda of the meeting was to discuss on the current status of competence based curriculum in Kenya.
The 2020 KCPE candidates are expected to join form one on 2nd August.This will mark the commencement of their term one studies.Parents are now on with their budgets as others are rushing to change schools for their children.This is after majority of the students got admitted in schools that they never chose.
The country is in a state of uncertainty with 32 days till the August elections after Raila's Azimio reported that there were plots to rig the vote. Raila and his group claimed that there were intentions to smuggle marked ballot papers into polling places yesterday during a series of rallies in Kiambu
The IEBC chairman, Wafula Chebukati, has refuted rumors that ballots will be brought into the country illegally from Uganda through the Bungoma border. Chebukati spoke during a meeting with KEPSA on Thursday. "All ballots will be collected at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Voting paper deliveries won't take place in Uganda.
Wafula Chebukati, the head of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, has declared that the first shipment of ballots for the election in August will arrive in the nation on Thursday, July 7. Speaking at a Kepsa seminar, Chebukati again denied suggestions that the ballots were coming from Uganda or any other country.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) maintains that it is an unbiased organization that cannot be swayed by significant gifts. Today, IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati responded on Raila Odinga's claim that there will be no election on August 9 if the electoral commission does not present both manual and electronic voter registrations.
he new form one students are set to report to schools on 2nd August.At the moment,the parents are trying the best they can inorder to buy the necessary items required per school of admission.However,they had been relieved from buying the school textbooks which the Government currently provide in schools free of charge.
The 24th of May, 2022 – Dr. Fred Matiang'i, the Interior Cabinet Secretary, has urged affluent Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) not to support presidential candidates with questionable backgrounds.Tuesday, during a meeting with members of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), Matiang'i stated that his office has received reports that wealthy CEOs back a criminal presidential candidate.
Orange Popularity based Development Party pioneer Raila Amolo Odinga is one of the Conspicuous political characters in Kenya. Raila who has served the country as an Individual from Parliament, a Bureau Pastor and Prime Minister, is expected to have his fifth conceivable wound at the presidency. This comes after four ineffective past endeavors by the resistance supremo.
The Senate and the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) have warned that double taxation and the rising cost of energy could kill the manufacturing sector.The two institutions noted that investors who were yet to recover from losses made during the coronavirus period were recording high cost of production.
The President of the great Republic of Kenya and Commander - in - Chief of Defense Forces His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta is currently in United States where he held talks with different leaders. The Head of State witnessed the signing of a detailed private sector agreement that seeks to expand trade and investments between Kenya and the he United States of America.
The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (Kepsa) is partnering with the government to boost Covid-19 vaccinations. The lobby is coordinating the private sector to raise funds for the vaccines and says 263 companies have so far committed to the payments. "This will accelerate the pace of vaccinations and get us closer to herd immunity by the end of the year and get the economy to rebuild back bet ter" said Carole Kariuki, the Kepsa chief executive, in statement.