Lake Agro to invest Ksh 20bn in Yala Swamp in Siaya

The National Land Commission NLC has allocated Lake Agro Farm 17,048 acres of land at the Yala Swamp in Siaya county for commercial agricultural use. The NLC commissioners Esther Mathenge, Reginald Okumu, Tiya Galgalo and James Tuitoek made the determination after holding a series of public hearings of the intended

Reprieve for Kenya as FIFA lifts ban on FKF.

World governing body Fifa has confirmed lifting the indefinite ban previously slapped on Kenya following government interference. In a letter addressed to Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Secretary General Barry Otieno, Fifa Secretary General Fatma Samoura said the world football governing body arrived at the decision to lift the suspension following the

“Unlawful constructors will be stopped” Says Wamatangi

Kiambu governor Kimani Wamatangi has cautioned those constructing buildings unlawfully. Wamatangi said those caught constructing buildings unlawfully will be stopped, their buildings demolished and charged in court. He was speaking in Ruaka where a five-storey building under construction collapsed near Fortune Club on Thursday morning. "The solution to this

“No need to raise alarm on Covid19 infections”, says Health Ministry.

Kenya's health ministry has ruled out reintroduction of restrictions imposed in curbing the spread of corona virus disease in the country. The ministry of health, on Monday14 said that the increase in Covid-19 infection rates in the country should not be a cause for alarm. Acting Director for Health Dr. Patrick

Government seeks public opinion on ‘Hustler Fund’

The Government has rolled a three - day event ,seeking views from the members of public on the 'Hustler Fund', which aims at offering small enterprises affordable loans. The National Treasury and Economic Planning said the event, which commenced on Monday 14, will be conducted in Nairobi, Kitui, Mombasa, Nakuru, Meru,

Fear of HIV increase as condom shortage hits Busia border.

Authorities in the border district of Busia have expressed concern that cases of HIV/Aids and other sexually transmitted diseases may increase following a shortage of condoms  on the Kenyan side of the border.The crisis has reportedly forced sex workers in several parts of  western Kenyan towns of Busia, Kisumu, Bungoma,