Senior counsel Fred ngatia.The search for chief justice of the republic of Kenya is entering homestretch as various top legal minds put their best foot forward to see if they can be chosen to steer Kenya to another height on matters justice.So far, seven out of ten shortlisted candidates have appeared before the judicial service Commission for Interviews.
Yatani wrote to the SRC claiming that the ministry will not release the full amounts.The final phase of the teachers and Civil Servants CBA perks was on 2017- 2021, as they were warming up of the charming Salary Increment in the 2021/2025 CBA unaware of Yatani unethical intentions.Among the excuses given by the Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Ukur Yatani of the government not obeying the July Salary pledges to teachers and civil servants are,Next year general elections and the Covid 19 pandemic effects.
"My Prominent Dad Was Last Seen by Mother The Day I Was Conceived" Man Searching For His Father Says
A youthful man has turned to social media to search for his father alleged to be a prominent man from Kiambu County.The 26-year-old Eric Githae reached out to Nairobi based human rights activist Boniface Mwangi and asked him to amplify his search.He said he has never seen a man said to be his father, although he was told by his mother that he is a prominent person.
The long-awaited salary rise for teachers and Civil Servants starting July 1st this year has turned out to be a pipe dream.This comes after the National Treasury rejected Kshs68 billion Salaries and Rumenration Commission's (SRC)request that would have seen teachers and civil Servants enjoy pay rise.
The last phase of CBA was to see teachers and civil servants salary increase. However the SRC proposal was turned down by the government. Treasury CS Ukur Yatani has said that there are budget constraints. This due to the upcoming elections and the effects of Corona Virus. Hence they won't honour the deal. KNUT secretary Wilson Sossion, has issued a warning to the government. "The government and employers should prepare for a stiff resistance from Unions. Treasury and government cannot undermine what has been
Teachers through KNUT's chairperson, Wilson Sossion have said that the government's plan to put on hold the implementation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement will be a big challenge to them.This is after the government's move to cut all civil servants' allowances and salary increment plans as a way of cutting the its wage bill.
President Uhuru Kenyatta had a meeting with some political leaders at the state house today.The meeting was held at the state house where several matters were discussed."We discussed several issues of national and regional interest, among them the progress of government development projects in the region.
Having an identity is a very special thing in Kenya since information of where where you are from is important while seeking Government documents like a passport.However, not all people have an identity, due to the high rate of single female parents in Kenya.This was the case with one Eric Githae, whose father disappeared when he was concieved.
The International monetary fund is pushing forward for the fuel tax.Currently Treasury department is under pressure from IMF to double the value added tax on the petroleum products in an attempt to reduce budget deficit in the country.Introduction of 16% VAT from current 8% on the petroleum products in the midst of Covid 19 pandemic is a total burden to the Kenyans.Most of the Kenyans are already struggling with the rising number of unemployed cases in the country.
The Teachers Service Commission is mandated to register and employ teachers on permanent and pensionable terms.The hired teachers are posted to public schools to implement the curriculum and other educational programmes designed by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development.The Commission pays teachers salaries and allowances which are way below the roles and responsibilities played by tutors.
The government turned down 68B request to finance increment of allowances and salaries for civil servant and teachers which was expected to take effect as from July 1st 2021.National Treasury has written to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission SRC turning down the request that was to avail money for next phase to pay reviews, which teachers would 2021 - 2025 CBA.
Kenya's public debt burden has become extremely huge and it currently stands at ksh 7 trillion or 62.5% of the economy.During the Covid 19 pandemic period, the Kenyan debt situation worsened as the Kenyan government incurred more debts in the name of responding to the Corona Virus Pandemic.
oxygen scandal, At face value, a decision by several county government to install oxygen plant to wean themselves off commercial suppliers is a stroke of genius.On the ground, however, things are different Breakdown and Technological challenges are denying patients the life saving gas.State deal with fuel dealers keep oil from rising.
Today President Kenyatta hosted leaders from Garissa county ad he continues to push for his big four agenda.The head of state has a width talk with the elders from Somali community as they delegated and regional matters and enhance relations with the national government.President Uhuru Kenyatta today met Somali community elders from Garissa County who paid him a visit at State House, Nairobi.
Cabinet Secretary of National Treasury and Planning, Ukur Yatani, waves before proceeding to Parliament Buildings to present the FY 2020/2021 Budget Statement.Photo/Courtesy [File] After so much public uproar over Kenya's decision to take a huge loan from the International Monetary Fund, the Kenyan MPs have listed to their cries.
Photo Courtesy.Former Statehouse operative Denis Itumbi has grown to become one of the most vocal critics of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government.The vocal journalist today changed the tune and praised Uhuru for a genius move that will be received well by many Kenyans.Earlier today the country had woken up to sad news after reports emerged that the Price of Fuel was set to Skyrocket starting on Wednesday night.
It has come to our attention and so many other people's that Kenya's debt is reportedly bigger than recently announced.Kenyan debt is unsustainable and has reached a crisis level.What precisely is the size of Kenya's public debt?As per the 2021 Budget Policy Statement, Kenya's public obligation as of June 2020 remained at Sh7.06 trillion, which is identical to 65 percent of GDP.
For the past few years, Kenya has been borrowing lots of money from different investors in order to carry out its development projects. However, it has been a problem paying back the money in time and the most devastating thing is that the government is still borrowing, accumulating the debt more and more. The loans started to accumulate when the country was constructing the standard gauge railway which consumed a lot of cash. The total debt right now stands at about KES7 trillion which is 62.5% of our economy.
Were it not for the Energy Petroleum and Regulatory Authority (EPRA), together with Treasury and Energy Ministries, Kenyans would have today woken to a rude shock of increased fuel prices.However, the late-night meeting on Wednesday between the trio ended up resolving that fuel prices be not revised for the next one month.
Kenyan debt is currently reported to be rising now and then.What exactly is Kenya’s public debt?According to the 2021 Budget Policy Statement, Kenya’s debt as of June 2020 stood at 7.6 trillion, which is equivalent to 65 percent of GDP.