Governance

JSC Commissioners Focusing on Per Diems Since CJ Interviews Won’t Matter

As the interviews for the next Chief Justice continue, the JSC commissioners tasked with identifying the best candidates have expressed their satisfaction with their allowances since it is the only thing that matters. Although it is a well known secret that the next Chief Justice will be determined by forces bigger than a JSC interview

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Governance Sports

Kenya to Repay Loans with Athletes’ Gold Medals

Kenya in a radical new suggestion is exploring possibilities of paying its high loans by collecting all the gold medals ever won and paying IMF with it. “We are unrivaled in the gold medals won…. Those medals are just not things for decorating bedrooms, they are national treasures.” Kenyan officials think all the Gold medals

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Governance

Sputnik V Okay if Imported by Approved Cartels – MoH

Kenya has once again changed tune on the use of the Russian made Covid-19 vaccine, allowing the use of Sputnik V vaccine only if imported by the right cartel. A directive from the Ministry of Health said that Sputnik V vaccine was welcome in Kenya only if it was imported by the government leaning cartels

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Governance

2NK Sacco Faults GoK over Slow Vaccine Rollout

The famous 2NK SACCO has lashed out at the Government of Kenya over laxity in the Covi-19 vaccine rollout. Arguing that even a garden slug would have performed better than GoK, the SACCO chair said that the government was causing Kenyans unnecessary pain, and it should have left the vaccination work to experienced hands such

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Governance

Kenya to Send 2000 Youths to Help Free Ever Given from the Suez Canal

Kenya has a workable solution to the Suez Canal crisis. According to a government officer, Kenya youths can be mobilized to help rescue the ship which has been stuck in the canal for five days now. “We are ready to send 2000 of very able youths to the canal to offload the cargo ship that

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Governance

Police Break into Dance as Cessation of Movement Jackpot Opens

Kenya Police officers in the five counties of Nairobi, Nakuru, Machakos, Kiambu and Kajiado counties broke into song and dance after Uhuru increased their salaries and allowances through the cessation of movement order. The men tasked with maintaining law and order will from tomorrow start collecting additional allowances once they start enforcing the cessation of

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Governance

Man who Received Free Tuition, Food, Boom and Ready Job Wants Graduates to Pay HELB Loans Quickly

A local old man has expressed his frustrations with the Kenyan graduates after it emerged most of them have not been paying their HELB loans due to the prevailing tough economic conditions. Terming it as the sure sign of irresponsibility by the recent graduates, the man said that he doesn’t understand why these people don’t

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KEMSA offices
Governance

KEMSA Spends 29m on Security after Passersby Increase by 1856%

The Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (KEMSA) has beefed up security on its premises after the number of pedestrian passersby increased by 1856% in the last three months. The unusual phenomena have forced KEMSA to hire an advanced security team to guard its premises as the intent and motive of the passersby is not clear. “The

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Governance Politics

MPs, Senators and MCAs to sit for a Mandatory Governance Exam

All elected leaders in Kenya will have to undergo a mandatory test to ascertain their suitability to hold public office. If the recommendation passes, MPs, MCAs and Senators will have to prove that they have above average understanding of the Kenyan constitution, government policies, legislative processes and prove that they can at least think. “We

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Governance

Kenyatta National Hospital to Build a Prison to Detain Patients Who Don’t Pay Bills

Kenyatta National Hospital is seeking funding from the exchequer to build a prison that will temporarily hold discharged patients who are unable to pay their bills. Seeking a permanent solution to a problem that has refused to go away, KNH said that the huge number of discharged patients being held at the hospital because they

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