Non-compliant agencies put on notice

President William Ruto has directed all State agencies with non-compliant reports from the Auditor-General and the Public Service Commission to submit corrective action within the next 21 days.Raising concern over the level of non-compliance with constitutional mandates uncovered by the two institutions in their annual audits, President Ruto disclosed that

We’ll end human-wildlife conflict, Ruto assures

President William Ruto has launched a compensation scheme for damages arising from human-wildlife conflict.The President said in 2022, the compensation claims stood at KSh7 billion for the period 2014-2023. The government has since paid KSh4 billion.The compensation claims are for deaths, injuries, crop destruction, predation and damage of property caused

KU supports families of deceased students

Kenyatta University has provided financial assistance to the families of 11 students who tragically lost their lives in a recent road accident.The 11 students were among a group of 58 who were heading to Mombasa for an academic trip when one of their school bus collided with a trailer at

Hustler fund to be Sharia-law compliant – Ruto

The Hustler Fund will be recalibrated to allow Muslims consume the product, making it a Sharia-law compliant.President William Ruto said packaging the Fund to be Shariah compliant will deepen financial inclusion in Kenya.He said so far more than seven million Kenyans are benefiting from the Hustler Fund that is barely

Manufacturing sector to boost exports, says Ruto

The government is rolling out incentives to attract investors to the manufacturing sector, President William Ruto has said.The President said the goal is to grow the country’s manufacturing sector to an ambitious 20 per cent of our GDP by 2030.He pointed out that strategic investment in manufacturing will increase exports,

We’ve fertilizer for all farmers, Ruto assures

William Ruto has assured famers that he is satisfied with the ongoing distribution of fertilisers.However, he noted that the process must be accelerated on account of increased rains across the country.He assured farmers across the country that there is sufficient stock to meet the demand of each and everyone of

American moonshiners and their thievery trickery

During the Prohibition era in the United States (1920-1933), American moonshiners faced the challenge of evading law enforcement while producing and distributing illegal alcohol. To outsmart the police and navigate through fields undetected, these resourceful bootleggers came up with a clever invention known as "heifer-heels." Heifer-heels were specially designed shoes

Kenya and Guinea-Bissau renew trade ties

Kenya and Guinea-Bissau are implementing far-reaching policies that will boost trade between the two countries.President William Ruto said while the current trade volume between the two countries is low, there is potential for improvement.He cited the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement that is poised to enhance commerce.President Ruto said