A photo of people being rained on during heavy rains. Photo file The Kenya Metreological department has Forecasted Seven-Day weather forecast for the period between 28th July – 3rd August 2020. Heavy Rainfall above 70 mm is expected over some parts of Baringo, Elgeyo-Marakwet, West Pokot, Uasin Gishi, Laikipia & Kwale Counties. A map showing distribution of Rainfall in different parts of the country within the period from 28 July to 3 August. The rest parts of the counties especially for Nairobi, Machakos,
Party primaries in various parts of the country are currently going on smoothly without any hitches, thanks to the introduction of digital voting, the first of its kind in the history of the existence of political parties in Kenya. On Monday this week, the exercise was held in Taita/Taveta and Kwale Counties where registered party members took part in the exercise and nominated their candidates for various elective seats to be contested in the August 9, 2022, general election.
Transporters, traders and commuters in Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale Counties are appealing to the county and national governments to cushion them with food as well as other daily essentials as they brace for the Thursday partial lockdown. The residents are further appealing to the government to review the inter-county travel ban, consolidating the three counties to one to allow ease of business. Meanwhile the government has erected 14 roadblocks across the 3 counties to enforce the president's directive. Half
Kenya is highly-reliant on electricity and the Kenya Power and Lighting company does an incredible job in contributing to this. KPLC is an important public limited company in the economy of this country. As per rule number 27 of the Electric Power Rules, KPLC is mandated to issue out public notices to inform Kenyans on scheduled blackouts and maintenance. There are a number of places that will be under maintenance and thus not receive electricity on Thursday, 5th November 2020. The cause of this maintenances
Today is a crucial day for all Kenyans as the president is going to address the nation during the day when Kenya got independent and among the agendas which Kenyans are yawning for are measures of COVID-19 which has course alot of constraints among Kenyans. The whole nation is under uncertainty since we don't know what will be the next step our president is going to give to flatted the Corona virus curve since the ongoing measures haven't be enough to flatted the curve since each day the curve is rising up.
Mombasa county is on the spotlight after 12 more Coronavirus positive cases were reported in 24hrs. Mombasa Governor Ali Joho Photo (Courtesy) This is the highest number of individuals to test positive for the virus in a single day. Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho is calling for a total lockdown to help curbing the spread of the Coronavirus. Mombasa is in partial lockdown including Kilifi and Kwale Counties in a move by the government to curb the possible spread of COVID-19 to other counties. For the fir
During today's presidential speech concerning coronavirus, the president addressed issues on how the measures put in place to control the spread of the virus had helped to contain the disease. In his speech, the President gave statistics on how the measures helped and said that many people would have been infected if the measures were not in place. In his message, the President said that the time for the nationwide dusk to dawn curfew had been extended. He stated that the curfew was going to start from 9
Today health cabinet secretary Hon Mutahi Kagwe said that the government has tested more than 600 samples and out of these samples 14 people have tested positive. Among the 14 cases, kisii machakos and mandera counties have recorded their first case. It should also be noted that the ministry announced 3 more recoveries making the number 7. As per now the virus has killed 6 people in Kenya. Yesterday president Uhuru Kenyatta announced a cessetion in Nairobi, Mombasa. Kilifi and Kwale Counties as a measure of
Millions of Kenyans were today disappointed by the decision of the president to extend lockdown for another 30 days. Speaking at state house, the president extended Countrywide carfew for another 30 days. Seccasion of movement for Nairobi, Mombasa and Mandera was also extended for 30days. The dusk - down carfew hours was reviewed and will now begins at 9pm to 4am effective from 7th June. President Kenyatta however, lifted lockdown in Kilifi and Kwale Counties after successful controlling of the spread of th
Just after having a three day tour in Costal Region, that is in Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale Counties, the deputy president William Ruto has today held a major meeting at his residential home in Karen. The meeting itself has been attended by almost all the Members of Parliament and Senators who are mostly allied to him and those supporting his 2022 presidential bid. From there it has been noted that the DP has less that 150 Members of Parliament who are loyal to him. This is out of 416 total members of Parliament.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced new guidelines as the country faces Coronavirus. Uhuru has announced the cessation movement in Eastleigh and Old Town Mombasa to end on June 7, 2020 by 4am. Uhuru also announced that the cessation movement in Kilifi and Kwale Counties will lapse as at 4am June 7, 2020. His Excellency has announced the extension on the ban of all forms of gatherings including bars which has been extended for another 30 days.Curfew hours were also extended for another 30 days however, th