President Ruto toured Raila's political bedrock in Homa Bay, where he presided over the second Homa Bay County International Investment Conference, a move seen as cementing and extending his cooperation with the opposition leader.
While presenting his budget policy statement before the National Assembly Security and Administration Committee, Ole Metito stated that renovation works for Nairobi and Nakuru State House were long overdue.
The opposition argues that there is lack of a clear mechanism to measure the gross income of non-salaried Kenyans, while also claiming that Parliament is being used to hurriedly pass Bills that serve the interest of government.
The clash of opinions reportedly arose after Waiguru rejected a proposal to allocate Ksh.391 billion to counties for the fiscal year 2024- 2025, instead of the budgeted Ksh.424 billion, resulting in a Ksh.33 billion deficit.
The Bill which falls under the Category of a Money Bill under Article 114 of the Constitution, reflects recommendations and views from the public contained in the National Dialogue Committee Report that include Electoral Injustice and Multiparty Democracy among others....
The autopsy report, confirming that Kiptum's Rwandese marathon trainer died as a result of a head injury, was consistent with the police report on the car accident.The late Hakizimana's family rejected the autopsy report, stating that the nature and degree of the injuries are inconsistent with the i...
An audit query by the Auditor General has revealed how billions of shillings were extended as loan to Kenya Airways without any paperwork authorising the disbursement, or opening of a government of Kenya loan designated account, to which the funds could have been repaid....
Auditor General Nancy Gathungu says that the non-sanctioned withdrawals captured under Article 223, escalated from Ksh.1.1 billion requested during the 2014/2015 financial year, to Ksh.147.3 billion requested by the current administration in the 2022/2023 financial year.
While making submissions to the joint National Assembly committees of Housing and Finance, Otachi revealed that there are serious gaps in the acquisition of county-owned land.
Raila extended his criticism of the government's housing agenda, while at the same time directing Azimio constituent parties to intensify their grassroots recruitment for a mother of all battles come the 2027 General Election.