Inspector General of national police service has urged kenyans to observe the ministry of health Kenya directives to fight Corona virus spreading. Yesternight, people slept on the roads in and outskirts of Nairobi for flouting Covid 19 containment measures. It's directed that after 8pm nobody should be found outside. In thika superhighway and waiyaki, motorists were forced spent their night on the cold upto 4am. "@IG_NPS urges Kenyans to observe @MOH_Kenya protocols on Covid-19 and adhere to curfew hours in
President Uhuru Kenyatta received a warm reception when he landed to flagg-off the Kenya Malaria Army where he unveiled the Kenya-Cuba Malaria Vector Control Programme "His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday morning in Kilifi County flagged-off the Kenya Malaria Army and unveiled the Kenya-Cuba Malaria Vector Control Programme | @MOH_Kenya @ALMA_2030 @governorkingi"https://t.co/y3djcYv8Er
The Citizen Television Network of Kenya has reported that it will broadcast another special program today in the evening starting at 5pm to 7pm. Through its social media accounts handles, the media station reported that, "The teen pregnancy conversation must continue as 2021 beckons with @MOH_Kenya revealing that 30,000 girls sought antenatal care January-June.How bad is the Covid-19 situation in our hospitals & what more can be done? Also, don't miss as we dig deep on "? #Covid-19Millionares. Share your views
Photo of the Inspector General of Police Mr Hillary Mutyambai while addressing the officials of the National Police Service. Photo/Courtesy. On his social media platform, the Inspector General of Police Mr Hillary Mutyambai has revealed details in his Thursday meeting with officials of the National Police Service.
The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic is here and we are in the 3rd wave where Kenyans have been returned to dark days of suffering.Life has become increasingly difficult and unbearable.Many Kenyans are now going for the vaccination after president Uhuru Kenyatta vaccinated yesterday.
The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic is tearing the country into pieces with Kenyans being put on watch especially those breaking covid-19 protocols.There has been vaccinations going on where section of Kenyans got vaccinated.
A statement from a medical doctor has been circulating in Twitter causing a stir. A few minutes ago, the Kenya Medical Practitioners, and Dentist Union, which is the trade union representing medical doctors in employment and labour relations shared a tweet revealing the hard time medical practitioners are going through. "A Colleague of mine who was working under UHC in one of the Covid centers is currently in HDU fighting for his life with no pay in four months and medical cover and bills of 880k as of today."
The ministry of education's decision to reopen schools has received several critiques from parents, teachers, activists, and even politicians. Many blamed the education ministry for reopening schools when there are no proper measures to ensure learners' safety. Others believe the move by the ministry was ok since students have lost a lot of time at home and have suffered the effects of Covid-19 while at home. I tend to believe the two schools of thought make sense. Teachers In Kenya Online wrote on their Twitter
Heartbreaking Details Why Kenya is Possibly Recording Many COVID-19 Deaths Emerge, CS Kagwe Asked to Resign
On Friday, 21 August, Kenya's COVID-19 deaths rose to 532 after 16 more patients succumbed in the past 24 hours. A total of 31,763 cases have so far reported in the country. The Health Ministry Cabinet Secretary has been asked to resign from the ministry because of the deaths that have been recorded so far. CS Kagwe is being blamed for the deaths. Kamilili lawmaker Didmus Barasa has asked has said some deaths that have resulted from COVID-19 would have been prevented if the CS Mutahi utilized the funding that
Former Secretary innovations,Digital and diaspora communications in the office of the President,Digital strategist and Blogger Dennis Itumbi has challenged Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe to lift a Bible and swear that he has not asked for Tender favours to be extended in the Ministry Tender Process during The COVID19 pandemic period saying that the Time for holding back information is gone and that the Covid Billionares, real names behind the proxies are loading. In a post on his Twitter page,Itumbi
As Kenya marks 1 year Corona Virus anniversary,things as far as the pandemic is concerned are not good."The Covid19 infection rates have become a serious source of concern making it necessary for GoK to take remedial measures to manage and contain the pandemic.
Kenyans have a reason to smile after President Uhuru Kenyatta ordered that the National Treasury should consider retaining the tax as it is currently at 14% until the next financial year. The president has also pleased with the National treasury to consider retaining other taxation as has been throughout the coronavirus pandemic period. President Uhuru Kenyatta has also extended dusk to dawn curfew for further 60 days but varied it from 3pm-4am to 11pm-4am.The President has also opened bars and hotels to operate
Dr Mercy Korir has revealed this through her tweeter handle saying that there is evidence showing the copse cannot transmit the virus she wrote; "There is no evidence that bodies transmit Coronavirus causing COVID-19. MOH_Kenya is to revise body handling and burial protocols. Families have been traumatised by not being to send off their departed in a dignified manner, this will be a relief." Now Kenyans will have the enough time to mourn their loved ones and give them a dignified send off. But many Kenyans have
CS Fred Matiang'i on twitter shared information that they asked Officers to be understanding when dealing with kenyans so that we can move together as a family during this tough times.
A viral Picture of a guy wearing a mask on his head has sparked conversations on social media. The viral Picture captioned 'Kenyans have given up on Corona' has left Kenyans talking and it surely is a scene to behold. It has been over six months since the first Corona Virus case was reported in the country. However, there seems to be a steady decrease in the number of cases in the past few weeks with experts saying the curve could be flattening. President Uhuru Kenyatta has however warned Kenyans not to drop
Narok County senator Hon Ledama Ole Kina has raised a worrying concern on the rate at which Kenyans are consuming the AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine which is targeting a population of over 1 million.
William Ruto, the Kenya's deputy president has finally reacted to push and pull moves by both Mutahi Kagwe and the medics unions over the ongoing strike by doctors and the nurses in the country. While expressing his opinion, the second in command appeared unhappy on the way the strike is being handled by both parties, saying in the end, millions of Kenyans will be the ones to suffer. According to William Ruto, instead of the push and pull between the parties, the government (implying to ministry of health) and
Hundreds of Kenyans queued outside the one of the centers of vaccination for long hours told there are no vaccines. Formerly people were being told to avail themselves for second dose only to be disappointed when they do. Long queues have been observed since the morning of Kenyans who wanted to receive the second dose.
Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has raised alarm over the usage of Covid-19 vaccine.
President Kenyatta has ordered that all cabinet Secretaries and Executive Officers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 Virus.The announcement has been made by the president's chief of staff Nzioka waita, where he took to his Twitter account and posted the directive.