Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko is a happy man after the court awarded a company linked to him Sh358million in a corruption case that involved City Hall. This was part of the money that Hardi Enterprise was awarded after it failed to pay the remaining amount of Sh940million. According to Kenyans.co.ke, the company won a tender in 2018 to supply City Hall with modern vehicles and heavy-duty equipment worth Sh940million.
The Nairobi County Government named one of its roads after Francis Atwoli, the secretary of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU). The Nairobi county government, led by deputy governor Anne Kananu, facilitated the naming of a road near Kenya high in Kileleshwa, after the witty politician on May 27, 2021.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) has today renamed one of the renovated city hospitals after President Uhuru Kenyatta's wife, Margaret Kenyatta, after undergoing a Ksh400 million upgrade. The hospital identified as Mathare-Korogocho Level V Hospital which is located within the outskirts of Nairobi city has been named Mama Margaret Kenyatta Hospital after approval by NMS Director General, Mohamed Badi.
The turbulent political landscape has risen in the country with many leaders showing how powerful they can be. Several issues in the country have forced many leaders to show their political muscles. Recently, Hon. William Kabogo delivered another powerful message that has made many Kenyans to react.
One of the aspects that restrains many Kenyans especially those in the capital city Nairobi from starting up a business within the city is high rate of taxes and other legal statutory fees and requirements. For instance, if you want to own a shop in Nairobi, you'll have to pay for business permit which is not less than five thousand shillings then subscribe to all other licenses.
A file photo of president Uhuru Kenyatta greeting CEC Hitan Majevdia Members of the Senate Health Committee were stunned when a Nairobi County Government Cabinet Member attended a committee meeting via Zoom network "inside the bathroom". The CEC, Mr Hitan Majevdia, who was present at the meeting, appeared in a bathing suit.
The former Nairobi County Government flamboyant Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has stirred online reactions from Kenyans following his video clip that he posted on his twitter account on Saturday which was recorded while driving on the busy city highway. Mike Mbuvi Sonko wrote saying, "Stress free life is good.
Roads and highways are named after politicians and other prominent people as a remembrance. Nairobi County Government had named one of its roads after the Central organization of trade Union secretary( COTU), Francis Atwoli. On 27th May 2021, the county government of Nairobi under deputy Governor, Anne Kananu, facilitated the naming of the road near Kenya high along Mandera Road, in Kileleshwa after the hilarious politician.
Francis Atwoli the COTU secretary-general has not been a happy man, this comes after a sign bearing his name was vandalized after a road was named after him. Mandera Road in Kileleshwa was named after him to honor the veteran's unionist for his efforts in agitating for workers' rights.
Renowned activist Boniface Mwangi as revealed the drastic measures taken by COTU boss Francis Atwoli to ensure that the Francis Atwoli Road sign remains in place. Mwangi who went to the scene where the road sign was mounted last week shortly after unknown goons vandalized it and brought it down divulged that Atwolis has taken matters into his own hands.
The road sign was put up by Nairobi County Government as a sign of honouring the COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli. The sign was put up in Kileleshwa in the road that was previously named Dik Dik road. Not long after it was put the post was removed.
“Celebrate Me When I’m Alive”, Atwoli Disputes Dik Dik Residents' Stand Against Naming A Road After Him
For the past two years, the Nairobi County Government has taken up a role of beautifying the streets of Nairobi through renaming roads amongst other activities. Many roads have been named after legendary people of this nation including Mama Ngina Kenyatta, Ronald Ngala and many other roads.
Mbagathi Road Renamed Raila Odinga Way. Kenyan's in Nairobi have woken up to a new begining on Friday with the Renaming of the Mbagathi Road after the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga and it will now be called "Raila Odinga Way" This is a big honour to the ODM party leader Raila Odinga and it will go down into the historical books in the country as he played a great role in the wellbeing of the country and was a great Statesman too.
A road sign in honour of Francis Atwoli has elicited mixed reactions after it was vandalised a few days it was installed. The road sign placed at Kileleshw Road has again been reinstalled and a CCTv camera placed near it to safeguard from being uprooted. Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli has warned those who are planning to uproot the sign will face the music.
COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli. The political Supremacy battle is intensifying like storm across the country. Few days ago Nairobi road was named after Francis Atwoli only Kenyans to wake up today with the sighn post dismantled. The sigh post was re-installed today with CCTV camera put to catch anyone who will be found destroying the post.
When some functions were transferred from Nairobi County Government to Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS), the majority were pessimistic that the services would be improved. NMS headed by Director Major Badi, vowed to improve the livelihood of all Nairobians without the favor of political affiliations. Since he took over, the health sector department has improved tremendously.
Atwoli's Threatening Message After His Road Sign Was Re-installed, Havi Weighs in on The Sign Post Drama
It was a bad day for COTU Secretary-General Francis Atwoli after his road signage was vandalized this morning in Kileleshwa. The incident was rebuked by many leaders who are allies of Atwoli while some Kenyans made claims that it was David Ndii who did the nasty work. Later Ndii reacted to deny the allegations made against him.
COTU secretary General Francis Atwoli thought that his legacy was secure after he put up a security camera whose purpose was to watch over the Francis Atwoli road sign. However, despite the Nairobi County Government's efforts to ensure that the sign was not tampered with, the controversial road sign appears to have finally met it's end after a group of vandals allegedly set it alight in the middle of the night.
"If You Think You Came from the Moon Go Try to Remove It Again," Atwoli Sends a Harsh Warning Over His Road Sign Post
The Nairobi County Government has reinstalled the sign for Francis Atwoli Road in Kileleshwa estate. In addition to cementing the sign to the ground, the county also installed a CCTV camera for the security of the area. "If you think you came from the moon go try to remove it again," Atwoli warned.
Internet has been set ablaze as Kenyans spotted the sign placed on the road named after Cotu SG Francis Atwoli was taken down just days after it was officially unvailed. The COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has responded after the road sign that was named in his honour was pulled down by unknown people.