Ruto promises 25,000 free WiFi hotspots around the country

President William Ruto (laughing), in Embu University The Government is committed to delivering 25,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots across the country, said President William Ruto.President William Ruto said the free WiFi will help micro, small and medium-sized enterprises to engage in e-commerce.The President said the free wireless network will also give young

Government to digitally register Kenyan citizens for service delivery

The Government is committed to documenting all citizens to enhance service delivery.President William Ruto said effective and inclusive governance of public services requires accurate citizen data.The Government, he added is working towards the implementation of a vital statistics system that meets the demands of a new digital era.He said

President Ruto: We will end vice in Lands Ministry

President William Ruto has directed the Lands Ministry to take over duties of valuation of land from the National Land Commission (NLC).The President said the move is meant to bring to an end the unfair and corrupt era of the Commission in land compensation.He said it is improper for Lands

Murder suspect arrested while trying to cross border

Crude weapons recovered after murder suspect Mr Denis Ondara was arrested by detectives. Detectives have arrested the murder suspect believed to be behind the gruesome death of a couple in Nyamira County.The 40-year-old suspect Denis Ondara, who was armed with a ceska pistol loaded with 14 rounds of ammunition, was arrested

Kenya to use Singapore to access Asian markets

President Ruto (right), with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. President William Ruto has said that Kenya will consider Singapore’s strategic location in South East Asia as a gateway to its products.President William Ruto said the move is guided by the Government’s commitment to expanding lucrative markets for its agricultural produce.He