A former driver at Jaramogi Oginga University was a happy man after he was awarded over three hundred thousand in Kisumu County.The incident comes months after he was said to have been dismissed from his job in an unfair manner by the management of the prestigious institution.According to The Standard digital news platform, Jaramogi University adversely breached Edwin Mutanda's contract by summarily dismissing him against his terms of employment.
The hero behind Njiiri High School, Teachers marking 2020 KCSE down tools over reduced compensations and KUPPET writes to KNEC demanding better terms for markers - are some of the education news making headlines this today.1.Teachers marking 2020 KCSE down tools over reduced stipends Exactly when they were going to mark the last paper being English with the goal that KNEC officials might release them this Wednesday fifth of May, the teacher examiners rose into turmoil over decreased allowances.
It is the end of an era at the Kenya national examination council (KNUT) as John Matiang'i who is the blood brother to ministry of interior and coordination of national government cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i has resigned from a powerful position in KNUT.As The Standard reports, Matiang'i has resigned as the national treasurer of the Wilson Sossion led teacher's union after writing a resignation letter to the top body of KNUT through the secretary general Wilson Sossion.
The Eldama Ravine Senior Magistrate John Tamar today found Meshack Kosgei responsible for killing a five year old boy.The shocking incident which happened in Mogotio Town was a culmination of several other deaths directly linked to the suspect after he was found to have killed two more victims.
The late senior video editor was murdered at her residence in Ngong, Kajiado county.This happened after she was accosted at the gate late in the evening by gangsters.They later went on shooting her dead in her bedroom upstairs while some of the family members were held hostage downstairs.
How the 8-4-4 education system has been a thorn in the flesh since its inception, Help those who fail their exams not to fall into drugs and Private schools now want raw marks before standardization made public - are the top education news making headlines today.1.Help those who fail their exams not to fall into drugs The biggest purveyors of the false narrative that people’s destiny is defined through one-off assessments and grades in the name of the National Exams, has left many low performers in KCPE and KCSE nursing their injuries from the media’s prying eyes while the top performers celebrated and congratulated everywhere.
The hunt for a primary school headteacher who fled after allegedly setting a five-month-old baby on fire has escalated in Baringo County.The search had been extended to the neighboring counties of Nakuru and Uasin Gishu, according to Baringo North Sub-county Police Commander Fredrick Odinga, who spoke to The Standard on Monday, May 3.
A man and a woman in Siaya County have been to hell and back over the last three months after the couple lost their youngest son in unfortunate circumstances at a Siaya based hospital.Mary Akinyi narrates that together with her infant, she had taken her two year old daughter for treatment at Gem hospital when a stranger who appeared to be in distress approached her and requested for help to get her treatment card.
The following are the top stories on Education today.Varsity students face delays as lockdown disrupts exams, Mistaken notion that only those who score high grades in KCPE or KCSE tests will make it in life and TVET tutors ordered back to class to gain new skills in line with emerging trends in the industry.
Several people have been injured today following a confrontation between police and squatters over disputed communal land at Kwa Mulinge Scheme in Mlolongo.Residents come out carrying placards and protesting against the contractors who were putting up a road in a land which is disputed.The residents attacked the police officers who were guardian the area, this led to ugly confrontations as police were forced to lobby teargas to disperse the residents.
DP Ruto's Defacto Spokesman Breaks His Silence After James Orengo was Chased Away by a Mob in Nyanza
A video shared by The Standard digital yesterday showed rowdy youths in Alego Usonga roughing up Siaya senator James Orengo and a delegation of politicians that had accompanied him as the leaders made their way into a chopper.In the clip that has since gone viral on social media, the angry mob can be seen hurling harsh words at Orengo and his delegation, throwing chairs at the chopper that was carrying Orengo and his team even as authentic details of their motive remained unclear.
Two children killed as family house collapses in Bondo sub county.They were with their father, Fredrick Achieng’, who survived the tragedy.He told The Standard that the incident happened at around midnight.Mary Achieng’ 12, and her younger sister Juliana Achieng’ 2 died on Saturday after their family house collapsed in Bondo.
Delegate President William Ruto flagged a significant takeoff from President Uhuru Kenyatta's monetary model when he carried out one that looks to guide away from the nine years of Jubilee government financial choices.Quick to take advantage of poor people, provincial society and the jobless, Dr Ruto said he would lead a discussion that would come full circle in a public financial contract that exemplifies goals of Kenyans at the grassroots.
Kilifi governor Amason Jeffa Kingi could soon join the list of top politicians abandoning the Raila Odinga-led Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party for other outfits, it has been revealed.The governor, who is serving his second and last term in office, is among the Coast leaders pushing for the formation of a Costal party, a move that will further weaken the already suffering ODM in the region.
Three people have died, five have been injured after matatu flies over barrier and rams oncoming truck on Thursday morning.The 14-seater matatu was headed towards Changamwe from Makupa, when the accident occurred after a matatu flew over a concrete barrier and collided head-on with a truck.
Obuong, Benjamin Amache Imbai (30 years old), Brian Oduor (36) and Jack Onyango Ochieng (37) went missing on April 19th, 2021 in Kitengela.It was reported that the four had gone to Club Enkare for lunch and had some few drinks before they left the joint, that's when they were reported missing.
On Monday, Donholm was brought into a standstill after A young man collapsed and died outside a wines and spirits shop under unclear circumstances.According to the some witnesses who were interrogated by The Standard, "the unidentified man had entered Jawa Wines and Spirits at 0900 hours before he collapsed Outside the liquor store at around 1300 hours."
Spurnser provoked and feeling betrayed as a First-Year student at KMTC, Kisii branch on Monday night stormed his girlfriend’s house unannounced, hoping to catch her cheating with another man."True to his suspicion, he found his girlfriend in the arms of another man," neighbours said.
Residents of Maili Mbili along Naivasha-Mai Mahiu road were treated to a bizarre incident where a middle aged man was crushed to death by a truck that had veered off the road.The Wednesday's mid morning incident led to on lookers to scamper for their safety.This is according to The Standard newspaper According to eye witnesses, two trucks heading to Naivasha had an accident.
Residents of Madala village in shinyalu,Kakamega County on Monday woke up to a shocking incident in which a 46 years old man allegedly killed his wife and stayed with her body inside their house for five good days.Neighbours claimed that they saw virginia khavakali 35 years old woman last week on Monday.