Photo Courtesy. With less than 12 months remaining before next year's general elections, ODM leader Raila Odinga has been very busy in the campaign trail as he looks to take over from President Kenyatta when his term comes to an end in 2022. This has looked rosy for Raila in recent months with the former Prime Minister enjoying increased popularity in the Mt Kenya region thanks to his newfound friendship with President Kenyatta.
Current National Identification cards will be phased out by December 12, 2021, according to ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru. They will be replaced by Huduma Namba cards, which will be issued starting December 1, 2020. Mr Mucheru stated that without the new document, it will be impossible to obtain government services .Speaking from the Machakos Golf Club, where he presided over the unveiling of the Huduma Namba cards.
The Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology CS Joe Mucheru is among the cabinet Secretaries who have experienced tough relationship status. The top CS has had his wife divorce him over domestic issued among them allegations that he was not fair in their marriage while still together.
The government through Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has disclosed a plan they intend to do ahead of 2022 elections as a way of curbing political leaders who likes intimidating their contesters using hate speech. The Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i while speaking during the launch of a local station in Ol Kalou, Nyandarua County, he stated that he is ready to invoke the Public Order Act by shutting down all media outlets that will be used by politicians to spread hate speech and tribalism ahead of the elections.
The Cabinet Secretary for Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Joe Mucheru has asked the adolescent to take up online positions utilizing accessible assets by the public authority. He asked the adolescent to create utilization of the open doors accessible through Ajira Digital Program to try not to be abused by legislators.
ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru impressed and surprised his audience in equal measure when he narrated a story of how he made a super profitable investment back in 2014 even before becoming a CS. Explaining in great detail, he shared how each single unit cost him only Kshs 20, 000, and how currently, each is going for roughly five million.
Newly appointed Secretary General for the Communication Authority of Kenya Ezra Chiloba has vowed that he will shut down e commerce firms that operate in the country without valid licenses. Ezra Chiloba has stated that the move will get rid of rogue traders in the industry. This move will mostly affect my online stores that use Whatapp, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to market their products online.
Kenya is going to the general election on August 2022. Political leaders are reorganizing so that they can be on the winning side. Some civil servants are also eying for elective seats. According to the Kenya's election Act, they are supposed to resign few months before the election.
ICT CS Sends Warning to Parties, Coalitions Ahead of 2022; Predict What Awaits if Youths Not Engaged
The cabinet secretary ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Innovations and Youth Affairs Joe Mucheru has today highlighted the importance of youth engagement in formation of political parties and coalitions in Kenya ahead of 2022 general elections. Speaking on Ktn news, Mucheru confesses that these parties and coalitions are getting more and more important as we approach the general elections.
Fierce Ruto’s critic in Uhuru’s cabinet and cabinet secretary for ICT Joe Mucheru has admitted that there are no personal differences between him and deputy president William Ruto. His confession coming only weeks after he called out the deputy president over his wheelbarrow narratives saying that it was unhealthy in the current world.
The Minister of Information, Technology and Communication (ICT) Joe Mucheru and Governor Hassan Joho accused and attacked Deputy President William Ruto, saying he was pursuing a false policy of deceiving young people to support his cause. The two said Mr Ruto was motivating the youth instead of providing a framework for the challenges they face.
At least 1.2 million Kenyans earn their income through online platforms, the latest government report revealed. The report released on Monday, September 20 by the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) indicated that five percent of the adult population in Kenya have found jobs on digital platforms.
ICT and Youth Affairs Cabinet Secretary Joseph Mucheru yesterday accused Deputy President William Ruto of sabotaging the government. Mr Mucheru portrayed the DP as an economic saboteur who is determined to capture power by anymeans. "Our young people should not be reduced to spectators. They should be active participants in political processes.
''Cabinet secretary Mucheru and Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka remember we belong to the same league, there will be no response from Deputy President William Ruto, or Kikuyu member of Parliament Kimani Ichung'wa or Elegeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen. For this particular one, the only response you get is, fragmentation"
Cabinet Secretary for ICT Joe Mucheru has denied reports that he is opposed to Deputy President William Ruto's bid to become Kenya's fifth President in August 2022. Responding to public questions in a QnA published by Nation, Mucheru stated that he has no personal animosity toward the DP or his presidential ambitions.
ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru said he was not interested in running for governor of Nyeri in the 2022 general election. Mucheru was reacting to reports that he and his health counterpart, Mutahi Kagwe, were monitoring the positions. “I think that before I continue, let me first of all clarify the question of interest.
Joe Mucheru, the Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of ICT, has denied claims that he opposes Deputy President William Ruto’s aspiration to become Kenya’s fifth President in August 2022.In a Q&A published by Nation in response to public questions, Mucheru stated that he has nothing personal against the DP or his presidential ambitions.
CS Mucheru warn the Youths against Politicians who are using Colonisers' Tactics. ICT Cabinet Secretary, Joe Mucheru has some of Politicians using same tactics which were used by White Settlers during the Colonial period. He had attended a Youth Meeting which was organised by Youth Advisory Board at Swahilipot.
The Cabinet Secretary for Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Joe Mucheru has urged the youth to take up online jobs using available resources by the government. He urged the youth to make use of the opportunities available through Ajira Digital Program to avoid being misused by politicians.
ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has discouraged the youths from falling prey to political leaders who are giving them false hopes just for their own selfish gains of getting into power. He spoke about this at Swahili port in Mombasa county during a youth meeting last Sunday. The Cabinet Secretary compared the political leaders to the colonialists who used the Bible and guns to take away African's wealth.