The people’s watchman who fought for the poor
Kenya’s history would be incomplete without mentioning former Butere Member of Parliament Joseph Martin Shikuku popularly known as ‘People’s Watchman’.
By By LUKE ANAMI 10 years ago
The people’s watchman who fought for the poor
CORD, Amani nail each other on bribery claims
Two coalition rivals have engaged in a show of might as campaigns closed for the Bungoma Senatorial by-election to be held on Thursday.
By By Luke Anami and Grace Wekesa 10 years ago
CORD, Amani nail each other on bribery claims
Bungoma poll renews Raila, Mudavadi supremacy battle
Campaigns for the Bungoma senatorial by-election come to a close this week.
By By LUKE ANAMI and DANIEL PSIRMOI 10 years ago
Bungoma poll renews Raila, Mudavadi supremacy battle
Kikwete: Tanzania will not cause EAC’s collapse
The path towards full integration of East African economies has been bumpy, with fears at various points that some member states would pull out of the five-nation trading bloc.
By BY LUKE ANAMI 10 years ago
Kikwete: Tanzania will not cause EAC’s collapse
Shebesh: Give Uwezo cash via saccos, not politicians
Kakamega County: Nairobi County women representative Rachel Shebesh wants five per cent of the Uwezo Fund channeled to women and youth through Saccos and micro-finance institutions that operate at grassroots level.
By By LUKE ANAMI 10 years ago
Shebesh: Give Uwezo cash via saccos, not politicians
County to establish own tax collection agency
The County Government of Kakamega has unveiled a bill that, if passed, will allow it to form an agency with similar mandate as the Kenya Revenue Authority.
By By LUKE ANAMI 10 years ago
County to establish own tax collection agency
Manufacturers welcome EAC plan to cut business costs
Kenyan Manufacturers have termed this year’s East Africa Community budgetary proposals as good for future business.
By By Luke Anami 10 years ago
Manufacturers welcome EAC plan to cut business costs
Petition seeking to nullify MP’s election struck out
A High Court in Eldoret has struck out a petition seeking to nullify the election of Hon Grace Kipchoim, Member of the National Assembly for Baringo South.
By By Luke Anami and Micheal Wesonga 10 years ago
Petition seeking to nullify MP’s election struck out
Uganda opens door for more goods from Kenya
Kenyan manufacturers will now be able to export most of their commodities to Uganda following a decision by Kampala to reduce the list of goods that should not be exported to the country.
By By LUKE ANAMI 10 years ago
Uganda opens door for more goods from Kenya
What MPs considered in accepting SRC’s pay
Details of a meeting that led to Members of Parliament abandoning their crusade for more pay have emerged.
By By Luke Anami 10 years ago
What MPs considered in accepting SRC’s pay
FKE trains women for the boardroom
Employers have introduced a programme aimed at improving gender equality in the workplace.
By By Luke Anami 10 years ago
FKE trains women for the boardroom
Experts discuss plans to set up EAC region’s Central Bank
Plans are underway to create a regional Central Bank, a meeting in Arusha was told.
By By Luke Anami 10 years ago
Experts discuss plans to set up EAC region’s Central Bank
Poor ICT training impacting negatively on graduates
Lack of a structured training for Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector has led to lack of skilled ICT manpower in the country, Labour PS Beatrice Kituyi has said
By By Luke Anami 11 years ago
Poor ICT training impacting negatively on graduates
IG Koome missed a point on how officers should respond to crisis
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