Bad News to Shoe Shiners in Eldoret Town After Sources Reveal What The County Govt Has Directed
The Uasin Gishu county government has taken a decisive step by instructing over 200 shoe shiners operating in Eldoret town's Central Business District to immediately start paying an annual license fee of Sh3,760. Failure to comply with this directive will result in a significant crackdown on the non-compliant shoe shiners.
Bad News to Parents After Principals Threaten to Close Schools Before Time, Here is Why
A file photo of students going back home after closure of schools. Principals and school heads in the country have threatened to close schools before the time. In what could be bad news to parents, the school heads have lamented that they do not have enough funds to run the institutions over failure by the government to remit the capitation to schools.
Man United suffers a huge transfer blow as their main target reveals his preferred club to join.
European transfer window was officially opened at the beginning of the month of June. This allow clubs to sign the players they want to improve their squad as well as releasing those that do not suits their system. One of the clubs who are likely to have a busy summer transfer window is Manchester United. The manager would like to have a squad capable of challenging for titles. In the Eric ten Hag first season as the club manager he has been able to guide the club back to the champions League football after
"Kenyans are Overcharged for Passports" New Report by a Top Government Official Reveals
The Kenyan ombudsman has revealed that Kenyans are normally overcharged when seeking to obtain a passport. In a new report by the ombudsman who is an independent government official, right from the application process to the time that a passport is produced and delivered to the customer, Kenyans face exorbitant charges.
BREAKING: Shoe Shiners in Ruto's Uasin Gishu Backyard Set to Start Paying Kah 3,760 Levies
It has emerged that show shiners in president William Ruto's Uasin Gishu county backyard will start paying levies. In a new directive that has been issued by the county government, the shoe shiners who operate within Eldoret town will be levied Ksh 3,760. Failure to comply with the new directive will see the shoe shiners face a major crackdown from the county government which will see their items of work get confiscated, their arrest and charge in court.