Speaking when they appeared before the Senate Finance and Budget Committee, Governors led by CoG Chair Anne Waiguru pleaded with the Upper House to protect devolution by making sure they get resources.
All the amendments proposed by the joint committee sailed through the Wednesday session while opposition MPs were frustrated and stormed out of the House after their amendments were defeated on the floor.
A special audit conducted by the office of the Auditor General flagged several irregularities in the programme since its inception.The audit has already recommended that 15 universities refund Ksh.219 million that they irregularly received from the public coffers.
The MPs lambasted President William Ruto accusing him of high-handedness in forcing through the Bill despite the fact that it’s unpopular with Kenyans who are facing a myriad of problems.They wondered why the proposals they had made on the Bill were rejected in a wholesale manner, accusing their col...
Kenya Kwanza leaning MPs toed the line and followed the command by President Ruto and voted for the Bill to sail through.Efforts by the opposition MPs to thwart the passage of the Bill failed as the government side carried the day getting 141 votes against 58.
While making pitch for his office to be independent, AG Muturi said PSC has been making appointments of senior officers in his office without his knowledge.He said many of his officers have been resigning to take up positions in other well-paying government institutions....
Speaking when he appeared before the joint committees of Finance and Planning and Housing and Urban Planning, Muturi said the bill also concerns counties contrary to the majority leader Kimani Ichungwa’s assertion.
According to housing committee chair Johana Ngeno, they intend to finish the debate on the Bill next week and forward it to President William Ruto for assent.The committee said it will consider all opinions that were given during public participation to make the Bill agreeable to all stakeholders....
The demonstrators, comprised of plumbers, surveyors, electricians, and engineers, who argue that the court's ruling has negatively impacted their livelihoods