The United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) has reported that more than 300,000 children have died and over one million pushed out of school in 12 years of an insurgency in Nigeria’s North East region. With kerosene and cooking gas prices having risen sharply over recent months, many poor households that had switched to using cooking gas are scrambling back to their jikos, which has increased demand for charcoal and in turn pushed up its price.
Employment and Labour Court has suspended the scheduled lecturers’ strike that was to kick off today monday awaiting the determination of a case lodged by public universities. Justice Nzioki wa Makau signed the case lodged by Inter-Public Universities Councils Consultative Forum (IPUCCF) and suspends the lecturers’ union from striking to demand of Sh8.8 billion salary deal.
The impending impeachment motion has temporarily been stopped by the court until s case filed by the governor is heard and determined. Justice Nzioki wa Makau has ruled that MCAs should not proceed with kicking the Nairobi governor out of office pending hearing and determination of a case filed by the governor. This follows a notice filed by Minority Leader Michael Ogada with the support of 82 MCAs who intend to impeach the Governor over Sh37.2 billion county budget. The Minority Leader wants Sonko ejected based
Nairobi County governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has finally won big after a ruling by the court on his impending Impeachment motion by the Nairobi city county Assembly. Justice Nzioki wa Makau has ruled that MCAs should not proceed with kicking the Nairobi governor out of office pending hearing and determination of a case filed by the governor. Nairobi MCAs last week tabled a notice of motion for Sonko's ouster. They listed four key grounds for the removal of the governor: a gross violation of the law; committing a
A city-based court on Tuesday today ordered the Nairobi County Ward representatives to drop a motion seeking to kick the County boss Governor Sonko out of office. Justice Nzioki wa Makau stated that the ouster motion should be put on hold until a case filed by the County CEO will be heard and determined. Ward representatives had on last week tabled a motion seeking to expel their boss. Among the accusations presented were crime commission under national and international law, incapability to run the county,