“This is the reason I directed the Attorney General to suspend the regulations on the proposed Religious Societies Rules 2015 so that we can have wider consultations on the best way to implement it,” the President said.
Officers from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission officers stormed City Hall in Nairobi on Wednesday, raided the Chief of Staff George Wainaina’s office and arrested his secretary only identified as Rosline.
The guards said they had reached an agreement with their employers to increase their commuter allowances. They added that a court order directed their employer to honour an earlier agreed upon collective bargaining agreement and barred the firm from victimising or intimidating the workers.
Activist Boniface Mwangi is alive and in good health, his lawyer Gitobu Imanyara has clarified following a social media rumour. Mwangi tweeted on the same on Tuesday after hash tag #RutoMurdersBonifaceMwangi trended.
In an event attended by Jubilee nominees and other affiliated party, the launch dubbed #JubileePlan4Kenya is based on free secondary education starting January 2018, creation of jobs for the youth, expansion of infrastructure and a free medical cover for the elderly aged 70 years and above.
Nairobi’s independent gubernatorial candidate Peter Kenneth has waded into the thorny issue of IEBC asking the electoral team to put its house in order to deliver a free and fair elections come August while speaking in Landimawe on Tuesday morning in Starehe constituency.
Security arrangements in Nyanza have been completed and all is set for the Tuesday’s elections. Nyanza Regional Commissioner Wilson Njega on Sunday said police are set to maintain peace during the polls.