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The government grants Kenyatta University Ksh.741 million and 30 acres for the construction of a WHO regional hub.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has been given Ksh.741 million (USD 5 million) in government funding as well as 30 acres of land at Kenyatta University to facilitate the creation…

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Njuguna Ndung’u, the Treasury CS, faces a Ksh. 500K fine for ignoring parliamentary summonses

Prof. Njuguna Ndung'u, the Treasury Cabinet Secretary (CS), may be fined Ksh. 500,000 for ignoring a summons to appear before the National Energy Committee in the National Assembly. The CS…

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Moses Kuria “apologizes” for comments he made on fuel price increases until February

Moses Kuria, the cabinet secretary in charge of trade, has replied to criticism leveled at him following remarks he made last week warning Kenyans to prepare for significantly higher gas…

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File photo of Immigration and Citizen Services Principal Secretary Julius Bitok during a past function.

Government to spend Ksh. 1 billion on Maisha Card, a unique form of identification

All Kenyans will receive Unique Personal Identifiers (UPIs), for which the government has allocated Ksh 1 billion. The UPI will be given to all citizens upon birth, according to immigration…

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