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CAREER-JOBS

How To Apply For 134 Government Job Vacancies, From Cooks to Marketing Officers

The Parliamentary Service Commission declared 134 job vacancies with applications opening on 26 November 2021 and the deadline being 10 December 2021. The Jobs are as follows; 1.Senior Marketing Officer - 1 vacancy. 2.Legal Counsel II - 28 vacancies. 3.Sales Officer II - 1 vacancy. 4.Media Relations Officer III - 7 vacancies.

  5 days ago ago
How To Apply For 134 Government Job Vacancies, From Cooks to Marketing Officers

CAREER-JOBS

Good News to Unemployed Youths As Parliament Announces mass Job Opportunities

Parliament is seeking to recruit over one hundred individuals to serve in different capacities and help the Members of Parliament carry out their duties with ease. In the latest job advertisement notice released on Friday, November 26, the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC), which is tasked with making recruitments in the August House, is seeking to hire 136 individuals.

  9 days ago ago
Good News to Unemployed Youths As Parliament  Announces mass Job Opportunities

CAREER-JOBS

National Government Is Seeking For Mass Recruitment On The Following Post; Here Is How To Apply

The National assembly of Kenya is seeking to recruit about one hundred unemployed individuals to fill up these positions and help members of legislature to carry out their daily activities. According to the latest job advertisement notice circulated on Friday, November 26, the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC), that is solely mandated with the task of making recruitments in the August House, is looking for about one hundred and thirty six individuals to hire.

  9 days ago ago
National Government Is Seeking For Mass Recruitment On The Following Post; Here Is How To Apply

TRAVEL

How Kenyan Government Officials Splashed Ksh3 Billion on Foreign Trips Despite Covid-19 Travel Ban

Despite Covid-19 travel restrictions, State officials reportedly spent Ksh3billion as expenditure on foreign trips this year. The huge expenditure comes at a time when the government has been struggling to fund key projects. According to a report by the Controller of Budget (COB) for the 2020/21 fiscal year, Foreign Affairs' Ministry topped in the list of spenders consuming 40% of the total travel expenditure.

  1 month ago ago
How Kenyan Government Officials Splashed Ksh3 Billion on Foreign Trips Despite Covid-19 Travel Ban

POLITICS

Nelson Havi Dealt a Huge Blow After This Official Gazette Notice From President Uhuru Kenyatta

President of the Law Society of Kenya is among the casualties of the production of an official Gazette Notice notifying of the appointment of a select committee that will recruit new IEBC commissioners.According to the official notice issued by the Kenyan government through the Office of the president, one of the candidates that Nelson Havi has proposed to be a member of the committee was not included.

  7 months ago ago
Nelson Havi Dealt a Huge Blow After This Official Gazette Notice From President Uhuru Kenyatta

POLITICS

Big Blow To MPs? Angry Nelson Havi Reacts After Parliament Failed To Comply With LSK Directive

The president of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi has reacted to parliament due to it's failure to comply with the directive by Law Society of Kenya.The Judiciary and Legislature are two distinct arms of government but move by the law.Expressing his concern in social media via his Twitter handle, LSK President Nelson Havi has stated that Parliament service commission was notified of the nomination by the Law Society of Kenya of Kimuli Morris to the selection panel for the appointment of commissioners of IEBC.

  7 months ago ago
Big Blow To MPs? Angry Nelson Havi Reacts After Parliament Failed To Comply With LSK Directive

POLITICS

Malala Lectures The Government On Tribalism, Reveals Areas Where Other Communities are Marginalised

The Kakamega County senator who doubles as the Senate Deputy Minority whip has today left members of the senate assembly in stitches after openly lecturing the government for marginalising other communities in the government and development.At the same time, Senator Malala has pointed out some of the areas he feels the government has marginalised other communities.

  7 months ago ago
Malala Lectures The Government On Tribalism, Reveals Areas Where Other Communities are Marginalised

POLITICS

The End Is Near For Justice Pauline Nyamweya As Petition For Her Removal Is Filed

High Court Chief Justice Pauline Nyamweya seems to be on the verge of losing her position as a petitioner has today written to the Judicial Service Commission accusing her of incompetence and impartiality.The petitioner Florence Kanyua Lichoro who wants Justice Nyamweya removed from office, accuses her of bias, gross misconduct, biased rulings, and also failing to discharge her judicial duties.

  7 months ago ago
The End Is Near For Justice Pauline Nyamweya As Petition For Her Removal Is Filed

POLITICS

Bad News To All Kenyans As MPs Decide On The Following Things

The Members of Parliament have done it again after taking full control of their pension payments from the Treasury. The move gives them a perfect avenue to determine what they will take home when their term expires on August 9th 2022. The MPs unonimously approved changes to the Parliamentary Pension (Amendment) Bill yesterday, transferring the management of their retirement benefits to the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) and stripping off the National Treasury of the powers.

  4 months ago ago
Bad News To All Kenyans As MPs Decide On The Following Things

POLITICS

Blow To MPs As The Attorney General Rejects Their Request in Court

Attorney General, Kihara Kariuki, told the court yesterday that MPs will go home owing Kenyans more than a billion shillings debt if the High Court orders in which they had sought favour on the remittances are suspended. According to AG, the MPs will have no option other than getting their salaries deducted to repay what they unconstitutionally acquired. Photo: Courtesy The AG, in his issue with MPs' supplication that they be permitted to keep acquiring remittances which had been pronounced illicit by the High

  11 months ago ago
Blow To MPs As The Attorney General Rejects Their Request in Court

POLITICS

Another Blow For President Uhuru After High Court Overrules His Executive Order (Photos)

[Photo courtesy] The President has been dealt with another big blow after Justice James Makau, a High court judge dismissed an executive order by the President that sought to place the Judiciary, commissions and independent offices under ministries and government departments. Justice Makau termed the order as unconstitutional as he is not legally allowed to transfer functions of constitutionally established institutions.

  5 months ago ago
Another Blow For President Uhuru After High Court Overrules His Executive Order (Photos)

POLITICS

Audit Report Reveals How MPs Pocketed Ksh11 Million Through Illegal Mileage Allowances

An audit report by the Auditor-General Ms. Nancy Gathungu has unearthed how national assembly legislators earned upto Ksh11 million in unlawful mileage allowances. Some even went to an extend of earning the mileage allowances as well as foreign subsistence allowances. Tabled recently before the national assembly, the report also questioned Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC)'s inability to recover millions paid illegally to the lawmakers.

  5 months ago ago
Audit Report Reveals How MPs Pocketed Ksh11 Million Through Illegal Mileage Allowances

POLITICS

Revealed: The Trick Used By The MPs to Squander Huge Taxpayers Money

A financial audit report has exposed how Members of Parliament (MPs) squandered taxpayers money amounting to Sh11 million using a trick on mileage allowance. The MPs are said to have illegally claimed the huge amount in form of mileage despite some of them travelling abroad and also receiving perks for the same.

  5 months ago ago
Revealed: The Trick Used By The MPs to Squander Huge Taxpayers Money

POLITICS

MPs Say Room In Parliament Buildings Should Be Named In Honour Of The Late Jakoyo Midiwo

The members of Parliament say room in Parliament Buildings shound be named in honour for the late former Gem legislator Jakoyo Midiwo. Naming the room would be the first in Kenyan history for the outstanding contributions and performance of the late Gem Member of Parliament who succumbed to a heart attack on June 14.

  5 months ago ago
MPs Say Room In Parliament Buildings Should Be Named In Honour Of The Late Jakoyo Midiwo

POLITICS

Here is a List of Your MPs Who are Always Vocal in Rallies But Have Never Spoken in Parliament

Parliamentary Service Commission during a past file photo. A list of the most silent Members of Parliament in Kenya has emerged after a survey was conducted and a report released by Mzalendo Trust. Among those who have found themselves in the list are Vocal Members of Parliament who have always found themselves talking loudly on the floor of the parliament.

  5 months ago ago
Here is a List of Your MPs Who are Always Vocal in Rallies But Have Never Spoken in Parliament

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Is This The IEBC We Are Relying On?

The Treasury has allocated Sh84.5 million to finance the selection of commissioners to fill vacant posts at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). The Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) has been allocated the cash in the mini-budget. Additional funding amounting to Sh84.5 million has been factored to cater for the Selection Panel for commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.

  5 months ago ago
Is This The IEBC We Are Relying On?

POLITICS

List Of Proposed IEBC Officials

After President Uhuru Kenyatta received the list of nominees to the selection panel who will recruit 4 electoral agency commissioners Parliamentary Service Commission now settles on names to the selection team.PSC to recognize LSK nominee forwarded by the CEO Mercy Wambua.LSK president Nelson Havi nominated Dorothy Jemator Kimengech to the selection panel for the appointment of Commissioners of IEBC.

  7 months ago ago
List Of Proposed IEBC Officials

POLITICS

Local Mwananchi set to pay higher tax as MPs Demand Laptops

Lawmakers have launched a new campaign to get laptops for their virtual committee sessions. A National Assembly select committee has requested that management consider purchasing laptops for MPs. The Assembly's Broadcasting and Library Committee also wants the House leadership to finish upgrading the House's ICT infrastructure by October.

  4 months ago ago
Local Mwananchi set to pay higher tax as MPs Demand Laptops

POLITICS

Kenyans to dig deep on taxes to cater for MPs TV station set up

Kenyan Government consists of the Executive, Judiciary and Legislature. One of the sources of revenue for the government is through taxes which is paid by citizens. These taxes include corporations tax, income tax, value added tax etc.Kenyans are expected to dig deep into payment of taxes to cater for MPs setting up of TV station. The set up will take two phases of approved by the Parliamentary Service Commission The first phase of the implementation will require 524.6 million which will be used to upgrade the

  11 months ago ago
Kenyans to dig deep on taxes to cater for MPs TV station set up

POLITICS

Court Orders Kenya MPs December Pay To Be Slashed As PSC Found In Shs 1.2 Billion Allowance Scam

A Nairobi court has ordered the Parliamentary Service Commission to deduct from the salaries of each Member of Parliament an amount for the next twelve months in order to return a Shs 250,000 monthly house allowance that the legislators "illegally" awarded themselves. Before the court order today the Parliamentary Service Commission had propagated the idea that the media was misquoting the increased house allowance. Earlier on the Salaries and Remunerations Commission had taken issue with the PSCs extraenous

  11 months ago ago
Court Orders Kenya MPs December Pay To Be Slashed As PSC Found In Shs 1.2 Billion Allowance Scam