Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has broken his silence over Citizen Television's guns galore story produced by journalist Purity Mwambia saying that police leaders have to do a lot of explaining concerning the same. On his twitter page, LSK President has said that both the Inspector General of police Hillary Mutyambai and the Cabinet Secretary for Interior and coordination of National Government Dr Fred Matiang'i have to vividly come out and explain what is exactly happening in the police service
Vocal president of the law society of Kenya (LSK) Nelson Havi has called out two top national leaders after a viral investigative report by Citizen TV Journalist Purity Mwambia. The LSK president singled out ministry of interior and Coordination of national government cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i and inspector general of police Hillary Mutyambai as the two men who should give kenyans answers. "The Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Co-ordination of National Government and the Inspector General of National
Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government has found himself on the Receiving end after issuing a public Gazette to extend the Nationwide curfew.Many Kenyans took on Twitter to vent their anger after the news which can be described as heartbreaking.The curfew in the five Counties under lockdown that begins at 8 pm and ends at 4 am has been extended until 29th of May.
Late last month President Uhuru Kenyatta issued a new order that affected five counties that were considered as Disease Infected Zone.The counties of Nairobi, Kajiado, Machakos, Nakuru and Kiambu were put under lockdown in an effort to contain the skyrocketing increase in the positive cases of coronavirus.
The Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government programs CS Fred Matiang'i has finally complied with a High Court order.Through a statement, the Super CS has gazetted advocates as essential service providers and hence will be given priority during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic crackdown.
The 2021/2022 Financial Year, Kenya Government budget deficit is estimated to be Ksh.386 Billion before BBI while Shareable revenue to 47 County Governments is Ksh.370 Billion.This means the National Government will have to borrow money to give to counties.If BBI will be passe the public get more pressure.
The Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has sent out a message to Kenyan police officers on how to handle citizens during Covid-19 adherence enforcement.
As governors continue to struggle with the lack of funds in their counties, Narok county senator Ledama Ole Kina has killed their hopes.Lama now says that the national government is broke and that it had no money to disburse to county governments.He says that Kenyans are not helping to have everything in place.
Combative Nandi Senator Wilson Cherargei has revealed that Nandi County is one among several counties in the country with a looming medical oxygen crisis.Senator Wilson Cherargei.Cherargei's claims follow closely on a shocking revelation by Health CS Mutahi Kagwe that over 20,000 oxygen cylinders are being hoarded in homes and private facilities.
The Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government Dr Fred Matiang’i has been revered for his exemplary service.He is remembered in Kenya as a no nonsense leader who brings sanity to every Ministry he is assigned.
Narok County Senator, Ledama Olekina causes a stir online to Netizens by sending a bold message to Kenyans stating that the Kenyan government is broke.(Photo courtesy) Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page, he said that, many of you have been wondering why National Treasury is not releasing money to the county government, reason being that, the government is broke.
Dr Fred Matiangi, is the current minister of Interior and Coordination of the National Government.With this docket, the minister has received state recognition for the kind of impact he came with in the ministry.
Mulot bridge funded by World Bank in partnership with National Government handed to KeRRA contractor
The controversial bridge connecting Bomet county and Narok county at Mulot market which was funded by the World Bank in partnership with National Government was handed over to KeRRA contractor Eng Nyakundi by the leadership of the two counties and its residents.
Busia Governor H.E Sospeter Ojaamong has raised concerns over rising foreign debt, calling on the National Government to check on the worrying trend.Addressing the press in his office on Monday, 12th April, 2021, the Governor said it's inevitable that the country continues to borrow money without elaborate plans. "
The tea sector is a source of livelihood to many families in Bomet County.In a bid to enhance the sector, we are supporting Tea farmers through completion and construction of new tea buying centers.
Taita Taveta County Residents have today threatened to frustrate Governor Samboja's wish to seek re-election during the upcoming 2022 general polls.
Residents of Marsabit And Mandera County are crying for the national government of Kenya to help them.In the picture above taken today in Marsabit County, they are several livestock that has died due to a lack of pasture and land to graze.
There has been a series of bandit attacks in various parts of the Rift Valley region for the last six months now.Few months ago, a top GSU officer was killed in an attack in Kapedo, and other top leaders left injured in the attack.
A video of a woman being dragged along tarmac road on a moving vehicle has caused an online uproar.According to the source, the incident happened at Kisumu's Central Business District (CBD).See the screenshot below.
Kakamega governor Centre.Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has thrown a lot of tantrums towards the National Government on its slow action of installing security towards Kakamega forest.