The military produces one of the most disciplined forces in the country mandated with better service delivery and taking instructions well from the superiors. President Uhuru Kenyatta has taken a bold step further to utilize the military personnel especially army generals to run agencies previously under civilian leadership. For instance, Uhuru appointed the former army commander General Julius Karangi to be in charge of NSSF after corruption scandals crippled the agency.
After the much anticipated State of the Nation address, the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta got a chance to get entertained. Several dancers had been organised to have the Head of State get entertained after having delivered his last State of the Nation address in parliament. He was also joined by the deputy president William Ruto who had received him earlier in parliament buildings for the noble function which has become a custom in the country.
Starting from around 7 November 2021, there were massive demolitions in the Mukuru kwa Njengas slums in Nairobi county, whereby thousands of residents were left out in the cold. Demolished Mukuru Kwa Njenga slums [Photo/courtesy] The purpose of the demolitions was to pave way for the construction of a road passing through the slum.
Photo: courtesy Tuko.new.ke Lt General Mohammed Badi, sitting behind the desk of a Commanding Officer (in yesteryears), would stare at the a serviceman, charged before him, with piercing eyes, firm and commanding look, and gently say, "Relax, soldier.
The last few years have seen Mohammed Badi’s rise through the military ranks speeded up at breakneck speed, raising questions and curiosity. A quick check at the trajectory of the career of the military man in the course of the last three years shows a very incredible and impressive rise.
Renown blogger Robert Alai has predicted that Nairobi Metropolitan Services boss Mohamed Badi is likely to be the next Chief of Defence Forces. According to him, the move will be determined by several factors among them his age dating that he is only 54 years of age which places him at a very probable position to take over the mantle of the Defence Forces in Kenya.
Huge fire engulfed stalls at the well-known Gikomba market in downtown Nairobi only days after Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) was allowed to evict a section of traders. A chain of shops were seen up on fire at the bustling busy market. The fire broke out in the wee hours of Monday morning and destroyed property of unknown value.
The fight for UDA tickets has begun in earnest ahead of the 2022 General Election. Incumbents and new entrants are on the campaign trail, with some seeking Deputy President William Ruto's attention. High Court bars NMS director Mohammed Badi from attending cabinet Lt. Gen. Badi also banned from attendance of cabinet sub-committees Lt. Gen. Badi was appointed to NMS after Nairobi county surrendered functions
A huge fire engulfed stalls at the famous Gikomba market in downtown Nairobi just days after Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) was allowed to evict a section of traders. Videos seen on Monday, November 8, showed a chain of shops up in flames at the busy market.
Debate whether Kenya shouldhold elections next year has been raging for a while. The African Court on Human Rights has now given member countries the green light to push forward elections to allow them ample time to fight covid-19 raising eyebrows in Kenya's political circles Deputy President Ruto is not amused.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) Director in charge of enforcement, Mark Leleruk, said the vehicles will help in the mobility of the officers and ensure quality service delivery. Leleruk said that the NMS Director, Major Gen. Mohammed Badi, rolled out a plan to purchase the vehicles at a cost of Ksh 1 million per unit.
Chief of Defence Forces General Robert Kibochi has defended military personnel running civilian agencies. In his interview with KBC on Wednesday, General Kibochi said that KDF has a role to play in aiding civilian authority as part of its constitutional mandate. He said KDF had a reservoir of expertise that the nation needs to tap.
Nairobi Metropolitan Services Director General, Lieutenant General Mohammed Badi, CS Health Mutahi Kagwe, and CS Interior Dr. Fred Matiang’i kick of Inspection tour and commissioning of 3 Hospitals: 1.Ng’undu Kamulu Hospital level 3 2.Ngomongo Hospital level 2 3. Zimmerman-Pickens Hospital Level 2
The first in command president Uhuru Kenyatta has today received warm reactions from Kenyans as he was re-opening a new hospital in Kibera alongside Orange Democratic movement party leader Raila Odinga where he was spotted holding a child naturally. According to the reliable source, President Uhuru Kenyatta has today opened the Nairobi Metropolitan Services in Kibra level 3 hospital in kibera, Nairobi county.
Big fire has engulfed Gekomba stalls this morning and many shops have been burnt down.The fire broke out in the morning and destroyed property of unknown value. It was the fourth fire breakout in a period of two months. It is not clear what caused the fire but as investigation goes on it will be known.It is believed that the affected shops were owned by the 174 trades facing eviction by NMS, which is led by Major General Mohammed Badi.
High Court has ruled that President Uhuru Kenyatta's decision to include NMS boss, Mohammed Badi, into the Cabinet is unconstitutional. Kenya establishes a second naval base in Lamu. President Uhuru Kenyatta presented presidential and regimental flags to the Kenya Navy Base. KANU Party leader Gideon Moi has revealed that KANU will declare its position on the 2022 presidential election later this month.
The First in Power, His Excellency Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta together with Right Honourable, Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga and Nairobi Metropolitan Services LT, Director General, Mohammed Badi have today melted the hearts of Kenyans as crucial details of what they were doing behind the curtains in Nairobi county today emerges.
One month after former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko handed over the power to Nairobi Metropolitant Services,president Uhuru Kenyatta appointed Badi as the head of NMS. NMS was constituted to help solve Nairobi county problems that by then governor Mike Sonko had accepted to be a challenge to him.
The Government has given a seven-day ultimatum to the contractor installing CCTV cameras in Nairobi's Gikomba market to complete the job. In a statement on Friday, August 7, Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho said the CCTV cameras will go a long way in curbing the perrenial fires that have left traders counting losses amounting to hundreds of millions of shillings.
Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) boss General Mohammed Badi has been put on the spot over rogue county askaris due to their brutality in the recent past to traders and hawkers. The issues were raised by the traders and Nairobi Deputy Majority whip Waithera Chege who condemned the recent actions allegedly carried out by the askaris.Recent reports reveal that a hawker was accosted by askaris after he allegedly failed to pay Ksh100 as he had Ksh20 at the time.