Muranga senator and former senate majority leader Irungu Kangata has finally revealed the conditions that must be met if he were to Support the BBI bill.Kang'ata was a former allies to the president and even supported the bill at one point.He however, changed tune after he did a survey on the acceptance of BBI bill in Muranga county and wrote a letter of recommendation to the president, a letter which saw him loose his majority leader seat at the senate.
The mourners of a deceased person were forced to carry the body of their deceased in a coffin on their shoulders for 3 kilometers due to impassable roads in that area.When a loved one dies, the process of burying them and saying goodbye to them is immensely painful.
A few months ago, the BBI proponents were in a celebratory mood after the BBI bill was passed by more then 24 county assemblies.This was a major win for them because it meant that the Initiative could now move to the Parliament and finally to a Referendum regardless of the outcome in the August House.
Lenana school is a top boy's national school founded in the year 1949 by Governor Sir Philip Mitchell.It is located in Dagoretti South subcounty, Nairobi county near Karen.Standing on about two hundred acres,the school was named after the famous Maasai leader who collaborated with the British,Chief Laibon Lenana.The school is not only known for producing impressive grades but also great men in Kenya and Africa at large.
When you stroll into Rev (rtd) Daniel Kindiki’s home in Irunduni village, Tharaka Nithi County, traffic are suggested in opposition to calling out the title ‘Professor’ carelessly as 5 heads will turn at as soon as due to the fact five siblings are professors.
The search for a Chief Justice is currently ongoing at the supreme Court.Today Justice Marete Njagi if facing the panel.Judge Marete who hails from Tharaka Nithi holds over 35 years experience in the legal profession.Currently he is working in the labour court as a judge.
The building bridges initiative has suffered a major set back after it has been reported that 34 counties voted for the wrong document that explained how 70 constituencies would be created and only 13 devolved units had the correct version of the report which quoted the correct article 89(7) of the constitution.
The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) course is now facing turbulent times after it emerged that 34 out of 47 Counties voted for erroneous BBI document.The emerging reports now means only 13 devolved units voted for the right version of the document.This developments have sparked massive debate within the political curcles as claims emerge of a possible plot to sabotage the process.
The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report has faced a new huddle after it has been revealed that only 12 out of 47 counties received the original document.This means that there are two versions of the constitution amendment bill with one being counterfeit.According to the Joint Legal Affairs Committee, only the counties of Siaya, Mandera, Embu, Meru, Tharaka Nithi, Nyeri, Nyandarua, Murang'a, Kiambu, Turkana, Nakuru, Elgeiyo Marakwet and Laikipia debated the certified document.
Joint Justice and Legal Affairs Committee revealed that only 13 counties received the correct Format of the BBI and passed it.The document that is currently on the senate it is the correct document but that which is in parliament is not the correct document.The counties that revealed the correct BBI bill include Mandera, Meru, Tharaka Nithi, Embu, Nyandarua, Nyeri, Murang’a, Kiambu, Turkana, Elgeyo Marakwet, Laikipia, Nakuru, and Siaya.
It is not common to locate more than three professors who come from the same family. However, a family in Tharaka Nithi has beaten all odds to have 5 siblings achieve this prestigious status.The household of Tharaka Nithi Senator Prof Kithure Kindiki has produced 5 professors. The Jubilee Senator has 4 brothers who are all professors. Kindiki, who is the fifth born in the household of nine, holds a PhD in Law from the University of Pretoria in South Africa (SA).His elder brother, Prof Jonah Nyaga Kindiki is
Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki has finally paid his last respects to his relative Edon Murimi Mbungu who was laid to rest at his Igamatundu home in Itugururu.He joined family members and friends in bidding farewell to the deceased.He vented his sympathies to the family and asked God to comfort and strengthen them as they come to terms with his death.
Residents of Gituya village in Tharaka Nithi County are living in fear of being attacked several times by intolerant dogs that have already bitten at least two locals.Locals told popular journalists on Tuesday 20th April 2021, that the rabid dogs have also attacked a big number of livestocks and other dogs and they call government officials to intervene and vaccinate the dogs.
The joint committee of both the Senate and the national assembly on Justice legal affairs are grappling to harmonize two varying BBI documents transmitted to them by the county Assemblies.According Citizen Tv, the insider of the committee has intimated to them that there two varying copies of the BBI Amendment Bill transmitted to both houses.
The ongoing Chief Justice search in the Country has shown Kenyans the various legal minds available to contest for the much after sought seat.The exercise taking place at the Supreme Court has been the latest attractions to Kenyans screens with the different characters and personalities presented.On Thursday, April 15, 2021 Justice Marete Njagi was the one facing the panel of judges.
As it approaches 2022 general elections, several political leaders are in the race trying to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta and among them is The Deputy President Dr. William Ruto. However, the Deputy President has a difficult task to choose his running mate partner. According to the newspaper of the star, the DP is prepared to select a running mate with its potential choices are individuals from the Western regions and the MT Kenya. The newspaper reveals that Mt Kenya Guide will be for the former Agricultural
The Battle To Fight Locust In Northern Counties May Start As Farmers Face Threat Of New Locust Swarm
The battle to fight swarms of desert locusts that have continued to affect several counties in Northern part of kenya might take longer following the ongoing long rains which provides favourable conditions for insect hatching and laying of eggs.It has been reported that the second wave invasion of of locusts in more than 15 counties will create tension since the cold conditions may allow room for multiplication of the insects and may reault into heavy destruction.
- Revelations of contradicting reports emerge.- County Assemblies passed different reports.The country has been shocked to learn of the new hurdles facing the BBI report following the revelations that county Assemblies may have passed the uncertified copies of BBI.The revelation by the Justice and Legal Affairs committee discovered that only thirteen county assemblies received the certified copy while the rest passed the wrong copies.
It now emerges that only thirteen County Assemblies received the correct format of the Building Bridges Initiative Report out of the 47 counties.The senate is the only house that received the correct version of the BBI Bill certified by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
Justice David Marete was born in 1959 in Tharaka-Nithi and is currently 61 years old.He has 35 years experience in the legal profession.He was a lecturer at the Africa Nazarene school of law that is in 2012.He has defended the state of his mental health while appearing for an interview for the position of chief justice at the supreme court.