Blogger turned politician Robert Alai who successfully vied for the Kileleshwa ward seat on the Orange Democratic Movement party, has hit out at the National Hospital Insurance Fund over what he terms as underpayment of the cover. The vocal politician claimed that the scheme only paid 2000 when his wife delivered a baby boy at a Nairobi hospital yesterday.
National Hospital Insurance Funds, has dismissed reports doing rounds on the social media platforms that their last three years database have been deleted from their system. NHIF clarified that the system is intact and all members contributions are still intact and members can still get details of their contributions through their mobile application and USSD code.
President//during church service//Photo editor;operanews President RUTO is not shy of publicly professing his faith and has been vocal on issues like gay rights and abortion, which are likely to come up during his tenure. Ruto promised the speedy establishment of the Ksh 50 billion Hustlers Fund.
Police officers In Nairobi have arrested a man who allegedly attacked and stabbed his lover in the NHIF elevator. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the suspect who has been identified as Allan Musili attacked and stabbed the victim who has been identified as Alsheba Nduta after a Misunderstanding.
Huduma Kenya is a government company that is meant to help Kenyans whenever they want services such as passports, ID Cards replacement and inquiry details, pension, KRA application, good conducts, NSSF, NHIF, HELB among other important documents that people need. Apparently, we have the Huduma center institutions in almost every town in Kenya and this has made it easy for people to get services close to where they actually live.
3 Corruption Cases in Court This Week Including That of Former Governor, NHIF CEO and David Mwiraria
The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission has been ensuring that it does its job well under the President Ujuru Kenyatta administration and some results have been achieved during this period. Picture courtesy. Former Finance Minister David Mwiraria. A lot of assets that belong to the Kenyan people which had been stolen, have been returned by the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission sleuths who have been doing a lot of work.
DrPhoto of National Hospital Insurance Fund headquarters on Ngong Road, Nairobi. Photo/PD/FILE. A period of 3 months have been given to the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) to provide medical cover to police and prison officers. Through the Ministry of Interior, the Government had signed the contract for a duration between 1st July to 30th June 2022 for comprehensive life insurance and work injury benefits for Kenya Prisons Service and the National Police Service.
The Government has been in the frontline in making sure that the students get what they deserve.The outgoing education CS Professor George Magoha has left a legacy as far as his constant protection of the children are concerned.It will be remembered that the tough talking Professor always put School heads to task as far as sending students home for illegal fees is concerned.On the CBC debate, he has urged the Government not to abolish the curriculum.Besides the Free Primary and Free Day Secondary Schools fundings, the Government has also been providing textbooks and exercise books in schools free of charge.Today, a secondary school student only reports to school with an empty bag and only pens.More importantly, the secondary school students are entitled to free medication under the NHIF insurance cover.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) has broken the silence after President William Ruto announced new rules a few minutes after being sworn in as the 5th President of Kenya. President Uhuru announced that NHIF will now be restructured to reflect the income of Individual contributors. “Contributions to NHIF will now be graduated and will depend on people’s income,” the new head of state announced in his first and electrifying speech to the Nation.
Incidents of jilted lovers going berserk have been on the rise in the recent past with the government urging Kenyans to abstain from this vice with many people losing their lives as a result. The cases usually involve men who feel that they should not have been left and thus go berserk and stab or shoot their lovers who have left them.
President William Ruto's first speech came with a lot of hope and promises to kenyans who have been suffering under the previous administration. He has now given ten key directives he is set to work on immediately, these are among the agendas he had promised to the hustlers during his campaign period.
Today meeting marks the last day. Today's meeting aimed at deciding who is going to be Majority Leader in the National Assembly ,the Majority Leader in the Senate and their deputies. Meeting is also expected to decide who will be members of various important committees in the Senate and the National Assembly besides those seats set aside for the opposition government.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) has denied rumors making the rounds on social media that member data was deleted. The state corporation confirmed that its database has not been compromised and that the data is intact in a message published on Sunday, September 18. "The NHIF database for the previous three years, according to social media posts, has allegedly been erased.
His Excellency the President has started his duties in style despite just being in office for a month. He already reduced the cost of fertilizer from Sh. 6500 to Ksh. As promised, this improves agriculture and food security. Along with paying off some agricultural enterprises' debts, he will soon resurrect faltering industries like Mumias to advance and nurture technology in agriculture.
It's relief and Good News to Patients using National Health Insurance Fund as government has made a major announcement, directing all Health facilities. The government has been operating through National Hospital Insurance Fund to ensure that the health standards of the country is effective. However, as People's Daily reports, it's good news to patients using National Health Insurance Fund,NHIF as the government through NHIF has directed hospitals to allow several guidelines to ease admission and discharge of patients.
Leading healthcare insurance policy, National Hospital Insurance Fund, (NHIF) has finally broken silence on social media posts alleging that their database for the last three years had been deleted. NHIF assured Kenyans that this database is intact and has not been altered in any way, as alleged by the various misleading social media posts.
Angry scene was witnessed from a commonly known National Health Insurance fund building in the city when a man,23, identified as James Kamau stabbed her girlfriend nine times on the neck for conflicting him over her laptop before attempting to commit suicide. According to the security man who was present at the time of the incident, the gentleman who works as an inturn of Kenya Music Copyright Rights Board was hiding a knife in his bag indicating that he had planned to commit the animosity.
President Ruto has issued directives touching on the Judiciary, CRB, Mombasa port, NHIF contributions and more. The president said he will appoint the same judges of high court by next week who were rejected by jubilee government. Ruto said he will check issues with CRB listing as he commanded Mombasa port to remain Mombasa so that the economy of Mombasa can be increased.
President William Ruto will today be meeting Kenya Kwanza allied members of Parliament in Naivasha. Not only will the caucus deliberate on house leadership issues but also key bills that need to be changed. Ruto is also expected to communicate to the members the key bills that he wants changed or revised to streamline the implementation of his manifesto.
Kenyans are anxiously awaiting the promises made by the fifth president Dr. William. The promises include; housing and settlement care, a creative economy, a service economy, Agriculture, and micro and medium enterprises. Kenyans are expecting the president to revive the economic policy with the cost of living choking Kenyans, Ruto promised to bring down the cost of living within 100 days of office.