Information from the second in command DP Rigathi Gachagua's office has sparked mixed reactions after details of a bid to get him a new chopper were made public. According to the report published by Kenyans.co.ke, DP Rigathi Gachagua's office is seeking helicopter and fixed airwing services in the latest tender notice.
The Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) has finally let the cat out of the bag by disclosing the amount of money that outgoing IEBC head Wafula Chebukati used to take as his basic pay and home allowance, just one day before he officially quits his job. Photo used only as Thumbnail.
New Year, New Beginning! It is with great joy that Kenyans can now breath a sigh of relief after a drop of Unga prices from Ksh5000 to Ksh4800, a drop of Ksh200. As addressed to TUKO NEWS, KFA Director Kipkorir Menjo confirmed that farmers have released their produce to the market after unrestfull harvesting season.
Former Nairobi governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, announced a Ksh400,000 reward to any officers who would eliminate gang members who gouged out the eyes of a three-year-old boy in Kisii. In addition, Sonko offered Ksh200,000 to any member of the public who would offer police leads and assist in tracking the gang.
Good News to Kenyans as Fuel Prices Likely to Fall in the Coming Future Due to the Following Reasons
The new Kenyan President, William Ruto did away with the fuel subsidy that was put by the former president Uhuru Kenyatta a few months ago. This move saw petroleum prices increase significantly. Super petrol, for instance, now costs Ksh.175 per litre. This may have increased the cost of living, but it has also saved the country about 14 billion Kenyan shillings.
Kenyans living in Nairobi will have to dig deep into their pockets from next month after a recent move by City Hall that will see increase in charges of different commodities and their services. The Nairobi City government in its Financial Bill 2021, they have proposed new levies and increased charges of different services to raise money to finance its KSH.38.9 billion budget.
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has announced a Ksh400,000 reward for officers who can bust a gang member who blinded a three year old boy in Kisii. Sonko also offered Ksh200,000 to members of the public who would help the gang, suggested the police leader. “I am deeply saddened by this sad incident and that is why I am offering Ksh400,000 to the police officer who will bring down this notorious gang member,” Sonko said.
Mike Mbuvi Sonko a former governor of Nairobi offered a prize of Ksh400,000 to any officers who would kill the gang members responsible for gouging out the eyes of a three-year-old boy in Kisii. Sonko also made a Ksh200,000 reward offer to any member of the public who provided police with leads and helped them find the gang.
Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) loan recipients who missed payments can now breathe a sigh of relief after the High Court in Nairobi declared the interest rates charged to be unlawful. The Board is not allowed to reclaim interest that exceeds double the amount advanced, according to the entire judgment that was given on Friday, August 19.
According to the county Security and Compliance Chief Officer Dr Mark Leleruk, the move is part of ongoing reforms in the department. It is reported that the so called Kanjo askaris will soon be called the county constables, the name actually looks more presentable and displays some kind of respect as police officers.
The Honorable William Ruto, the head of state, is anticipated to reshuffle the National Social Security Fund's top management (NSSF). This occurs as the term of NSSF Chief Executive Officer Anthony Omerikwa, who has held the position for the entirety of his tenure, comes to a conclusion.
Preparations for the swearing-in ceremony of President-elect William Ruto have entered top gear after the Assumption of Office Committee was allocated Ksh 200 million for the event. In a pre-election economic and fiscal report, the Executive Office of the President (OP) was tasked with assisting the committee to organize the smooth handover of power.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga slammed President William Ruto over the series of foreign trips in his first month in office. Speaking while addressing a roadside rally in Nairobi on Wednesday, October 12, Raila stated that the government spent over Ksh200 million on Ruto’s maiden trips to the United Kingdom and the United States of America (USA).
There was drama in chaka Nyeri county when an armed Robber tried to steal from a passersby on Tuesday at 8 O'Clock The whole incident began when the victim by the name Irungu was going home in the evening after the day's struggles. On his way home, he was accosted by a gun-wielding thug who demanded Money from him.
Preparations for the swearing-in rite of President-sopt for William Ruto have entered pinnacle gadget after the idea of workplace Committee modified into allotted Ksh hundred million for the event. In a pre-election financial and economic document, the executive office of the President (OP) changed into tasked with helping the committee to put together the easy handover of strength.
More details have continued coming up following the Mwingi drowning incident which has left many in total disbelief. The rescue mission is still in progress since it's not clear how many people were in the bus at the time. This is because when the driver wanted to cross, he asked more people to join the bus in order to increase it's weight.
On average a small car wash business that has just started can handle 15 cars per day (weekends are peak days). The average price of cleaning a car is Ksh.200. In addition you can offer services like carpet cleaning, night parking and restaurant to bolster your margins.
Expelled Nairobi City County Governor, Mike Sonko, presently says his compensation of Ksh200,000 to whoever offers data that would prompt the capture of self-admitted chronic executioner, Masten Wanjala, will go to the gathering of youth who lynched him. Sonko, on Wednesday, October 13, declared that he would offer the token as an appreciation to anyone who might give solid data prompting the catch of Masten who got away from Jogoo Road Police Station where he was being held.
Ousted Nairobi City County Governor, Mike Sonko, now says his reward of Ksh200,000 to whoever offers information that would lead to the arrest of self-confessed serial killer, Masten Wanjala, will go to the group of youth who lynched him. Sonko, on Wednesday, October 13, announced that he would offer the token as an appreciation to anybody who would give reliable information leading to the capture of Masten who escaped from Jogoo Road Police Station where he was being held.
Internet sensation Bevalyn Kwamboka, a roadside chips seller, has sent a passionate message to the government over plans to expel her from where she runs her business. During a meeting with a local TV station on Friday, October 8, Kwamboka sent a poignant message deep from her heart appealing to the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) and the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) not to evict her.