Mudavadi Mentioned in Yet Another Scandal a Day After KRA Allegedly Wrote a Tax Demand Letter to him
A file photo of Musalia Mudavadi with deputy president William Ruto. The Chief Administrative Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Transport, roads, Infrastructure and Housing Dr Chris Obure has mentioned Musalia Mudavadi in the multi billion Anglo Leasing scam. Obure, who is facing charges in connection with the scandal, told an anti-corruption court that it is Mudavadi, who initiated the Anglo Leasing project when he served as Transport minister in President Daniel arap Moi’s Kanu government.
Murang’a county gubernatorial Aspirant Irungu Nyakera who is a former senior govt official has said that the ground is shifting in the region as he seeks to vie for the top seat in the region come 2022. Photo courtesy Nyakera has said this after attending a church service in Kangema constituency where he has insisted that the ground in the county has really changed as the locals appreciate the emergence of new leadership.
Very sad news emerging from the transport sector as reports indicate 20 people have perished in a grisly road accident in Fort Tenan, Kericho County. This comes after seven people died and two others critically injured along the busy Kisii-Nairobi Highway last evening after the vehicle they were traveling in lost control and rolled several times.
Raila Odinga,with the help of Mount Kenya tycoons,is making attempts to gain popularity in Mount Kenya region, after many years of being treated as bogey man in the region. And yesterday, Raila Odinga held a meeting with influential Mount Kenya tycoons,with the agenda of the meeting being looking for ways to assist Raila Odinga to win the next presidency.
News just in is that another ghastly accident has occurred claiming four innocent lives in the process. This comes amidst rising road accidents with the Ministry of Transport urging road users particularly Motorists to take necessary precautions and guidelines to ensure safety. According to reports, the accident which claimed four lives occurred at a place known as Milihoi on the busy Lamu-Witu-Garsen highway when the car the affected were traveling lost control rolling several times with the occupants all losing their lives.
Road accidents have been on the surge with the Ministry of Transport warning of worrying times if road users particularly motorists do not adhere to the simple rules and regulations laid down for the safety of everyone. And before Kenyans can come to terms with the tragic accident that claimed eleven innocent lives after the bus they were traveling plunged into the nearby river at Kivwe village in Embu County with several other passengers severely injured.
Sad news emerging from the transport sector as several people are feared dead after a horrendous road accident on one of the major highways. This comes after another tragic accident was witnessed yesterday after an unspecified number of people perished when a matatu rolled several times at the Illoti area along the busy Eldoret-Nakuru highway
The number of road accidents has been on a surge with road users repeatedly being warned to take necessary precautions in order to curb the unnecessary loss of lives. Just after multiple roads accidents were reported yesterday where many lives were lost in the process, news emerging is that another accident has occurred in Nakuru County, this time involving students who were going back to school after a short holiday.
Kakamega Boys High School parents will incur a cost Ksh. 21.6 million for damages of the burnt dormitories following a fire that occurred on November 6, 2021. Each student will be required to pay Ksh. 9,823 to cover the damages, clear all outstanding school fees and present the banking slips on the reporting days.
Photo courtesy is used to report the news. Kakamega High School management has announced the resumption of learning at the institution following a fire incident that turned a dormitory into ashes on Saturday, November 6. Two dormitories were destroyed by fire on that morning Saturday, November 6.
Following the directions that was given by the ministry of education concerning the repair of the damages incurred during fire that have been burning dormitories in most schools, it is now clear that they will not fund the process and the parents have a great task to do. Kakamega High School students will pay a total of Sh21.6 million to repair the damages incurred during November 6 fire that razed a dormitory, in a letter to all parents dated November 11, the Sh21, 611,350 was reached after a board meeting on November 10.
In a Thursday, November 11 notice to parents and guardians of students, the school said Ksh 21.6 million is needed as the cost of meeting the expenses of damages incurred. The institution said that as per the Ministry of Transport Infrastructure, Housing, Urban Development and Public Works report on the burnt dormitory, the Bill of Quantities done as per assessment stands at Kshs 12, 185,540.
Night travel in the country has been reinstated by the Ministry of Transport following President Uhuru Kenyatta’s decision to lift the dusk-to-dawn curfew in his Mashujaa Day address. The transport sector was forced to scale down operations since last year, when the pandemic hit the country, in adherence to containment measures of the virus, thereby incurring financial losses in the process.
Students at Kakamega High School will pay Sh21.6 million to restore damages caused by a dormitory fire on November 6. After a board meeting on November 10, Sh21, 611,350 was obtained, according to a statement dated November 11. The actual damage, according to school management, is Sh12.1 million, as determined by the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Housing.
A dormitory on fire at Kakamega high school which welcomes more than 500 students on November 6. Students at Kakamega High School will pay 21.6 million shillings to repair damage suffered in the November 6 fire that razed a dormitory. In a statement dated November 11, seen by The Standard, Sh21,611,350 was reached after a board meeting on November 10.
Another sad news emerging from the transport sector after five people mysteriously lose their lives in a grisly road accident along one of the busy highways. This horrific incident just comes after another accident took place along the busy Nairobi-Nakuru highway involving North Rift matatu collision where five people suddenly lost their lives.
Following the latest directive from the Ministry of Transport to allow all the passenger service vehicles to carry full capacity, the Guardian Angel Bus services has now made a major announcement on there reduced fare rates which will take effect from Monday which will enable the passengers to have their travels more cheaper than the previous.
Sad news again emerging from the transport sector as a bus is involved in a grisly road accident along the Thika-Garissa highway. This comes just less than one day after another matatu belonging to the North Rift sacco was involved in a horrific road accident along the busy Kericho-Nakuru highway at Londiani which claimed five lives and in the process injuring seven others.
The government announces resumption of night travel following lifting of dusk to dawn curfew. According to TUKO.Co.Ke. on October 22, an official statement from James Macharia led docket affirmed that the travels would be allowed in line with president Uhuru Kenyatta's directive issued on Wednesday, October 20 during the Mashujaa day celebration.
Several Feared Dead After Four Vehicles Including Petrol Tanker Explode Along Eldoret-Malaba Highway
Latest news being reported is that several people are feared dead after a Petrol tanker collided with three other vehicles along Eldoret-Malaba Highway. The sad news has touched the hearts of many Kenyans with many sending their condolence messages to the family and friends of the deceased. NTV Journalist, Seth Olale has shared the sad news through his official tweeter handle.