Photo Courtesy With less than five months remaining before President Kenyatta's term comes to an end, the Jubilee leader has been very busy as he looks to leave behind a lasting legacy when he exits office in August. The President has spent most of his time focusing on infrastructure development, especially in Nairobi County.
It is a good news to the Nairobi residents after NMS announced to start a project that will cost approximately Kshs 1.4 Billion.The project was first carried out in Nairobi's CBD and now it will be extended to some estates in order to decongest the capital city and to enhance safety.
79 Sakaja has revealed of what he will do immediately he is elected into office as the next governor for Nairobi county. The senator is clear he will first above all disband NMS by denying it County funds to fund it's illegal activities yet they cannot be audited by the Auditor General.
The woman, who was captured in a viral clip claiming to be a police officer, is an enforcement officer at the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS), the National Police Service has said. A woman captured in a viral clip claiming to be a police officer while engaging in an altercation with a reveller at a club in Nairobi is an enforcement officer at the Nairobi Metro politan Services (NMS), the National Police Service has confirmed.
To help reduce traffic snarl up and facilitate quick movement of motorists within Kenya's capital city, the government of Kenya initiated the construction of a multimillion bus park terminal called the Green Park Terminal. Relevant sources of information shows that, the Green Park Terminal which has been built and fully dusted to modern standards consumed a total of KSh 250 million.
|Scenes At The Green Park Terminus In Nairobi/Photo Courtesy| As one of the ways of addressing traffic congestions in the city, Nairobi, the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) under Director General Mohamed Mbadi has constructed a new Green Park Terminus that stands along the Uhuru Highway just near the Uhuru Park along the Ngong road.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) has imposed Sh120,000 fees on relatives seeking the release of unclaimed bodies of their kin, erecting a fresh hurdle for poor families that wish to give their loved ones a decent send-off. The longer the families take to pick up the bodies for burial, the more the bill accumulates at a rate of Sh500 every 24 hours.
Police Affirms Lady Caught On Camera Threatening to Arrest A Reveller In Nairobi Club is an Imposter
The National Police Service though it's spokesperson Bruno Shioso has made it clear that the lady captured in a video threatening to arrest people in club is not a police officer. The lady is however an officer working with the Nairobi Metropolitan Services. Photo. Police Spokesperson Bruno Shioso
Nairobi Metropolitan Services has come out to clear the air following a confusion by the members of the public concerning which routes the Kenya Railway buses will follow. According to their recent updates, NMS has revealed that the buses will only ferry passengers between Nairobi Central Business District and the Green Park Bus Terminal.
Sad, See What Parking Boys Are Alleged To Have Done To A Car Driver In Loita Leaving Kenyans Talking
What happened on Loita Street has surprised many Kenyans after it was shared by a reliable source of information via ma3route. It is revealed that a vehicle owner met the wrath of rowdy parking boys after what he did to them. It is revealed that a car owner was beaten seriously by parking boys along Loita Street after it was alleged that the car owner instead of giving them(parking boys)money, tipping the driver decided to pay Nairobi Metropolitan Services,NMS.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) has chosen a new way to fix the situation after a series of misunderstandings about plans to remove matatus from the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD). According to the most recent strategy, NMS will now conduct a two-phased trial test prior to the operationalization of the Green Park bus terminal, which is set to open at the end of June.
It has emerged that the Wiper leader who announced on Monday is said to have demanded the inclusion of the portfolio offered to him in the coalition agreement to guarantee that the said office will be reserved for him. NAIROBI, Kenya, May 18 – The Nairobi Metropolitan Services has announced that Green park terminus will start operating on Tuesday next week.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) on Monday, May 23, announced that it had indefinitely postponed the launch of the Green Park bus terminus. In a statement, NMS, which is led by General Mohamed Badi stated that the terminus will not be opened to the public on Tuesday as earlier communicated.
Photo courtesy Nairobi railways bus station will be redeveloped into a bus rapid transport station for dropping and picking passengers from Green Park terminal has announced by NMS. Nairobi Metropolitan Services deputy director has said that vehicle which has been using the terminus will be moved to allow for it's development.
Johnson Sakaja is a Kenyan politician and the current serving Senator for Bungoma County. He announced that he will be vying for the Nairobi County gubernatorial seat in the fourth coming general elections to be held in August this year on Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party of Kenya.
Photos Of The Newly Constructed Mama Margaret Uhuru Level 5 Hospital In Mathare North. The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) have constructed the Mama Margaret Uhuru Level 5 Hospital (MMUH) that is located in Mathare North, Nairobi county. The 350 bed capacity hospital is expected to be completed soon and opened by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Beginning in April, matatus will be prohibited from operating in Nairobi's CBD.Green Park, Desai, and Park Road bus termini, according to Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS), will open by the end of April. According to NMS transport and Public Works Director Engineer Michael Ochieng, matatus plying the Ngong, Lang'ata, and Argwings Kodhek roads will be the first to be impacted.
Source: https//www.tuko.co.ke The Ministry of Health has announced the ban on feeding bottles from May 28. This comes after Parliament recently exceeded into regulation the Breast Milk Supplements (BMS) Regulation and Control Act of 2012 that listed the bottles used for feeding infants as targeted products, to mean gadgets which are within the scope of regulation by using the regulation.
Matatu operation within Nairobi County plays a great role as it employs many youths thus they are able to meet their daily basis needs. They operate in all estates and the business areas to ease the movement of residents to their destination. Today, the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) transport and Public Works Director Engineer Michael Ochieng says that Matatus are set to be barred from operating in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD) starting April, a progress set to ease traffic congestion.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services has announced a Ksh. 1.4 billion project to build new pedestrian and cycling lanes in estates surrounding the capital city. The project was first rolled out in Nairobi's Central Business District (CBD) which saw the lanes in Kenyatta Avenue, Wabera and Muindu Mbingu streets set up.