Government Announces Penalty To All Kenyans Who Will Default Paying Hustler Fund
After dismissing allegations that the government will slap a ten million fine on all hustler fund defaulters, the cabinet secretary for the National Treasury and Planning has set the records straight on how defaulters will be penalized. Through a gazette notice, the National Treasury has communicated that defaulters of the fund will be slapped with a 150 basis points fine on interest charged on the loans advanced.
Uhuru's Goverment Makes Two Major Appointments
Today in the morning, reports emerged that Uhuru's goverment has made two major appointments as per the law. As reported by the Nation Africa, the goverment through the ministry of Finance has appointed hon Joseph Kibwana and John Ngumi as the chairpersons of the KPA and ICDC respectively.
Ukur Yatani Comes Out Breathing Fire After Alleged Misinformation On Servicing Of Loans By Gov't
Ukur Yatani Cabinet Secretary for National Treasury and Planning has come out to condemn the circulating information on Business daily claiming that Kenyan Government has defaulted in servicing their loan with the Chinese Government. Ukur through a statement for a Press release has boldly said that the Government that he serves and has served for years now has never defaulted on servicing the loan.
Government Announces Penalty To All Kenyans Who Will Default Paying Hustler's Fund
The cabinet secretary for the National Treasury and Planning has clarified how defaulters will be punished after denying claims that the government will fine all hustler fund defaulters ten million dollars. The National Treasury has announced through a gazette notice that fund defaulters will be hit with a 150 basis point fine on interest charged on the loans advanced.
As Day 2 of the CS Vetting begins, Kindiki and Jumwa are among the 5 expected in Parliament.
On Tuesday, the National Assembly will begin the second day of vetting the 22 Cabinet Secretary nominees announced by President William Ruto last month. Five nominees are scheduled to appear before the 15-member Appointments Committee, which is chaired by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Moses Wetangula.
Aisha Jumwa tops the list of 5 Ruto's CS nominees rejected by the Azimio team after their vetting.
The suitability of four of President William Ruto's Cabinet nominees has divided the National Assembly committee that vetted them last week, as it races against the clock to present its report by Thursday. Members of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya House Committee on Appointments (CoA) are uneasy with former Meru Senator Mithika Linturi (Agriculture), Ms Penina Malonza (Tourism), Zacharia Njeru (Lands), and former Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa (Public Service).
4 Cabinet Nominees Who Are at Risk Of Being Rejected By The National Assembly
The National Assembly's nominations committee can reject four of President William Ruto's cabinet picks. The four nominees' honesty and ongoing legal matters have been questioned by the members of the vetting committee from the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party. The coalition is concerned that several nominees' cases were withdrawn by the Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji, for political rather than meritorious reasons; as a result, a question mark over their integrity still looms over them, creating a favorable environment for their rejection.
How rich? Ruto’s 10 CS nominees lay bare their wealth
President William Ruto’s Cabinet nominees have revealed that their wealth arose from the shares they hold in various listed companies, the value of their property, side hustles, pension and income from farming. Appearing before the National Assembly Committee on Appointments at County Hall, Nairobi, the 10 Cabinet Secretaries revealed their net worth which varied from Sh100 million to Sh4 billion.
Full List of President Ruto's Cabinet Secretaries
President William Ruto on Tuesday, September 27 unveiled his Cabinet, just hours after meeting Cabinet Secretaries appointed by former President Uhuru Kenyatta. Here is the full list of the new Cabinet... Prime Cabinet Secretary - Musalia Mudavadi Interior and National Administration - Prof. Kithure Kindiki National Treasury and Planning - Prof. Njuguna Ndung'u
Uhuru's government sends a message to Kenyans through office of the minister of National Treasury.
Uhuru Kenyatta's government has sent strong information to the citizens of Kenya. through the office of the Minister of National Treasury and Planning. A Public Notice delivered by the Treasury Cabinet Secretary Honourable Ukur Yatani informs the nation that the Budget announcement for the financial year, 2022/2023 will be delivered on 7th of April, 2022 by the Cabinet Secretary at 3:00 pm.
Former CSs Peter Munya And Ukur Yattani On The Spotlight Over KPCU Listing.
Former Minister of National Treasury and Planning Ukur Yattani along with former Agriculture CS Peter Munya got into trouble with a section of MPs under the Coffee Parliamentary Caucus, after it emerged that they had listed themselves as trustees of the Kenya Farmers Cooperative Union, (KpCU) The caucus formed by MPs from the coffee-growing districts met on Monday in Maanzoni, Machakos District led by their president and Githunguri Member of Parliament Gathoni Wamuchomba, where they said it was inadvisable for two ex-CS to be included in the list of shareholders.