The member of Parliament representing Geita constituency in Tanzania Joseph Musukuma has asked government agencies to restructure the hiring programs and consider the least learned people in society.While speaking in Parliament today, Musukuma was concerned about unemployment rates amongst school dropouts.He claimed that professors don't add much value and therefore school dropouts should be considered since they would work harder as compared to the graduates.
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Kenya is attracting attention from superpowers after the details emerged about a sophisticated space centre in Manyani, Taveta Taveta County. The project has been only operated by the kenyan local rocket scientist and selected government officials who have taken a special Oath whose main agenda for the project is to rival National Aeronautic Space Administration(NASA) and other agencies in space exploration. Its operation is no longer concern about nuclear programme as it might be thought. " A number of superpowers
Professor Patricia Kameri Mbote has indeed a very impressive CV.She is one of the country's most decorated legal scholars who made history by being Kenya's first female Professor in law.Only at 58 years old and having practiced law for the past 30 years, today she takes a hot seat before the Judicial Service Commission Panel as she seeks to become the next President of the Supreme Court and the head of the Judiciary.
(Courtesy photo) Hon Johanna Ng'eno who is a member of Parliament for Emurrua Dikirr constituency broke his silence over the state of Corona in the country while he was in the burial ceremony of Narok county road minister Hon John Marindany who died of Corona.He said the country has undergone several challenges since the onset of Corona pandemic ranging from deaths, disruption of learning and crumbling of the national economy as reported by the Redio Citizen news.
A building that was found to be structurally defective in Naka Estate was demolished by the Nakuru County Government. According to the CECM in charge of Lands,Housing and Physical Planning Mr Joseph Kiuna who supervised the exercise, the developer has for the last 18 months failed to heed to regulations and guidelines issued by the County and National Construction Authority (NCA) to ensure safety of the building. After he failed to do this, a demolition notice was issued to him to bring down the building
I was almost giving up on Anyan'g Nyon'go on the sensitive matter of the regeneration of Kisumu and the attendant demolitions that has left so much destruction in its wake. As a Human Right defender, I feel a lot of vexation in the face of human suffering. However, I have since benefited from certain insights after I engaged with Stingray Agutu Jakorayo who is involved in a number of projects not only in Kisumu but in Kenya as whole in a capacity I'll not delve in. Nothing much has been coming from the National