The Kenya National Examinations councils (KNEC) has now suffered a big blow over CBC as the ministry of education withdraws the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) in Grade 6. The Ministry Of Education is currently working hard to see that there will be enough classrooms to accommodate the junior secondary students by 2023, equally the Teachers Service Commission is fully committed to ensure that teachers who will handle the Junior Secondary School students will be enough.
The Kenya National Examinations Council is a government body that works to ensure learners get the required Certificates after completion of each course. The Kenya National Examinations Council examines learners on the content they have been given in each course. After successful completion of class eight, candidates sit for KCPE.
The Kenya National Examinations Council is the national body responsible for overseeing national examinations in Kenya. Today Kenya National Examination Council KNEC has informed all candidates that they can be able to confirm their registration details. To Confirm your registration details for the KCPE 2021 and the KCSE 2021 you have been asked to send a text that have your index number and the exam you will be sitting for.
As it approaches the kenya national examinations of both primary and secondary , the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) have come up with important alerts to the Principlals, teachers, parents and students on the 2021 national examinations. With just four months remaining , the KNEC released the following guidelines;
Lately something unusual has been happening in Kikuyu nation as pertaining restoration of the sinking cultural values. Kikuyu women of council of elders in a past event. Various councils of elders are coming up with strategies to ensure the relished traditions are passed on from one generation to the other.
Deputy President William Ruto has summoned five President Uhuru Kenyatta's iron men together with the council of governors to a meeting of IBEC. The IBEC (Inter-governmental Budget and Economic Council) meeting has been scheduled next week. This has however caused jitters as next year's politics continues to heat up.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Friday convened the National Security Council meeting at State House Nairobi. It is not yet clear if the deputy president William Ruto was present firing the meeting since he is a member of the National Security Council. After the meeting, the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has directed that all security agencies in the country must heighten vigilance.
Members of the Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC), which Deputy President William Ruto chairs, have slapped him in the face yet again after just nine governors, one Cabinet Secretary, and two Principal Secretaries showed up for a vital meeting that he chaired today.
Deputy president William Ruto has declined to discuss questions that were not related to the Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council meeting on Monday. When he allowed journalists to ask his questions on Monday afternoon, he noted that he would not answer any question that was not objective. "I think I can allow one or two questions.
The Inter-governmental Budget and Economic council has approved ksh. 370 billion for counties, rather than the proposed ksh. 751.45 billion, for the 2022-2023 financial year. The council, chaired by Deputy President William Ruto has instead supported the recommendation by the commission of the revenue allocation and National Treasury to have the monies capped at 370 billions as financial of 2021/2022 citing public debt and covid 19 situation.
Every political contender in the country is currently focused on securing the position they desire in next year's general election, which is rapidly approaching. Politicians and their supporters are renowned for leaving no stone unturned when it comes to obtaining public favor. Politicians are well-known for going to any lengths to win power.
As Kenya enters into the electioneering period, the intense political drama is slowly unfolding as politicians seek to outdo each other and woo voters to their side. Together with their allies, politicians are known to leave no stone unturned when looking for favor from the electorates. It is no secret that politicians can do anything for them to ascend to power, be it killing, torturing, or even seeking spiritual cleansing. In recent days we have seen several politicians moving from one shrine to another seeking
The Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has directed the security agencies to heighten vigilance in across the country in the coming days. This is in regard to the security situation in the neighbouring countries in the recent days over political and other related issues that has seen lapse of Security in the specific nations.
Deputy President William Ruto is currently chairing a meeting of the intergovernmental Budget and economic council (IBEC). People have been criticizing Dp for politicking without delivering his duties but look here is what he is currently doing. This council is composed of the Deputy President who is the chairperson, the Cabinet secretary of finance, a representative of the parliament service commission, the Cabinet secretary in charge of intergovernmental cooperation, and the chairperson of the council of governors.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Sends DP Ruto Alarming News Amid Kisumu Chaos, Reveals That Crowds Aren't Votes
Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto has taken his campaign trail in the Lake Side Region of Kenya. The DP who is eyeing the country's top seat in the fourth coming general elections will be drumming up support for his Bottom Up Economic Model and Hustlers Nation Narrative.
Five of President Uhuru Kenyatta' s iron men, as well as the council of governors, have been summoned to an Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC) meeting by Deputy President William Ruto. The next meeting of the IBEC is set for next week. However, as the political climate for next year begins to heat up, this has prompted some concern.
Five cabinet secretaries and the Council of Governors have reportedly been summoned to a meeting of the Inter-governmental Budget and Economic Council by Deputy President William Ruto. According to an exclusive story by the Daily Nation, the meeting will take place on November 22, 2021. National Treasury CS Ukuru Yattani, Education CS George Magoha, Agriculture CS Peter Munya, Transport CS James Macharia, and Devolution CS Charles Keter have all been invited by the second-in-command.
Deputy President William Ruto has summoned five Cabinet Secretaries including Education CS George Magoha and his Agriculture counterpart Peter Munya at his Karen Official residence for talks. The Cabinet Secretaries were summoned alongside the Council of Governors to a meeting of the Inter-governmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC).
The President of Law society of Kenya (LSK) and member of parliament aspirant of Westlands, Nelson Havi has today joined UDA party officially. (Deputy president William Ruto and LSK president, Nelson Havi, photo/courtesy) Havi has promised to bring development in Westlands by ensuring right laws and whatever the national government is doing is constitutional.
A girl from Tana River county by the name Rukia Harun has been awarded a scholarship to cater for her studies from her current class six level. The sponsorship has been announced by the Director of National Council For People With Disabilities(NCPWD)- Harun Maalim who has confirmed the award scholarship to the girl.