Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has found himself in yet another scandal involving Millions of Kenyans Tax money. Sonko was impeached by the senate over 6 months ago over office misuse and corruption scandals during his tenure. He had issues with the new Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS)further propelling his impeachment.
Director-General of Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) Mohammed Badi has issued an ultimatum to Nairobi landlords to repaint their properties or face a daily fine of Ksh1,500. The landlords have sixty days to comply with the decree or face fines, according to Badi. He added that the order is consistent with county ordinances and the public health cap, which require property owners to repaint their structures every two years.
Since assuming control of Nairobi City, Mohammed Badi, the NMS boss, has been at the forefront of efforts to make Nairobi County a better place than it was previously. There is currently a bid to beautify Nairobi City, and in order to do so, he has instructed landlords to paint their houses every two years.
Renown analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has claimed that the judiciary will allegedly reinstate Nairobi County governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko to his initial position. According to him, the courts will also kicked out the Nairobi Metropolitan Services that is under the leadership of Mohammed Hadi. The courts will allegedly order president Uhuru Kenyatta to obey court orders.
Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has unveiled a new digital system aimed at revolutionising revenue collection in Nairobi County. Some of the services expected to be tackled by the system dubbed Nairobi Revenue System (NRS) is parking fees payment as well as the applications and renewals of Trade Licence.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services has relocated several major bus stops that were initially in the CBD. This is a test run of the newly built Green Park bus terminus that was scheduled to run throughout Friday. In the wake of the relocation, the city has shown it's hidden beauty.
Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) builds a Level 5 Hospital in Korogocho. The Mathare Nyayo Hospital, which started in the 1980s and stalled, is currently 87 percent complete and will have 60 housing units within the facility for staff. This is among the projects undertaken by NMS in such a short time to improve access to healthcare services for Wananchi in low-income neighbourhoods and slums within Nairobi.
Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi, has predicted that the courts will this week declare that the Nairobi Metropolitan Services was created illegaly and will reinstate former governor Mike Sonko as the governor of the city. Ngunyi has claimed that this will happen following the trend in the Judiciary where most of Uhuru's orders and appointments have been declared Illegal.
A renowned political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has claimed that the judiciary will allegedly kick out Nairobi Metropolitan Services this week. Taking to his Twitter account, Mutahi Ngunyi has claimed that the judiciary will reinstate former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko, kick out Nairobi Metropolitan Services and go ahead to order President Uhuru Kenyatta to obey the law which he says it is a joke which is not even funny.
It's Tough Being One, Woman Wails As Popular Media House Attributes Uhuru's Arrogance To Luo Support
Assertions by the Star online that President Uhuru Kenyatta is making arrogant decisions because he enjoys the support of the Luo and the military has sparked a heated debate on Twitter. The Uhuru-Raila camaraderie is genuinely close. The gist of the article is that without members of the Luo community (for long identified with the opposition movement) rioting against the Government on the streets then the president could make unpopular decisions and nobody would care.
A portion of the administrations expected to be handled by the framework named Nairobi Revenue System (NRS) is stopping expenses installment just as the applications and reestablishments of Trade License. Different administrations are client enlistment and record creation, market cess, just as Applications for Food Handlers Certificate for both individual and non-person.
The Judiciary once again is under fierce criticism by the outspoken political scientist Mutahi Ngunyi who is popularly know for his hypothesis of 'tyranny of numbers' and a unapologetic supporter of President Uhuru Kenyatta. This is after the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) director general Mohammed Badi has received appraisals from Kenyans on Twitter for the tremendous transformation of the capital city.
More than 18 illegal building approvals were made early this month after Nairobi County’s online development plan system was hacked into, Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) has said. NMS Director-General Mohamed Badi said the hackers were City Hall staff who collude with outsiders to do the illegal approvals.
There has been confusion and chaos in Nairobi city today, as Nairobi Metropolitan Services launched the second green park terminal test run. Passengers were seen to be full of frustrations as they walked to the Central Business District from the terminus and back. Most of the city residents seems unsatisfied with transportation services being moved away from town as this is something that they are not used to.
Nairobi metropolitan Services (NMS) is constructing the GreenPark Terminus to decongest the city The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) has in a surprise move postponed the thirds test run at Greenpark bus terminus. The Test run has been rescheduled to 18th June 2021, from 16th June 2021.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) will conduct a third test run on Wednesday, June 16 from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Green Park terminus. During the trial period, all matatus will be prohibited from driving and parking in the capital's Central Business District, including passenger drop-off and pick-up.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services is still an illegal entity, Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has insisted. This comes after the Solicitor-General Kennedy Ogeto dismissed a court ruling that declared NMS unconstitutional. According to Havi, the solicitor General based his argument on Executive Order no.
The Nairobi metropolitan services (NMS) has announced that it has postponed the third test run that was scheduled at Green Park bus terminus tomorrow. In a statement issued on their twitter handle on Tuesday afternoon, NMS stated that the third test run that was set for tomorrow on Wednesday 16, has been postponed to Friday 18 June, 2021.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) is prepared to open 12 new hospitals within a fortnight as it steps up access to moderate medical care in casual settlements in Nairobi. The 12 health facilities are part of 24 hospitals being set up by the Major General Mohamed Badi-led administration in the lower-income residential areas.
Mohammed Badi, the CEO of Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS), has announced that 12 new hospitals will open in the city in the next two weeks. On Sunday, June 13, Badi told the Senate Health Committee that the facilities' construction was already finished and that President Uhuru Kenyatta had yet to approve them.