Governance

NTSA Wants all PSV Passengers to Wear Helmets

All public service vehicle passengers will now be required to don helmets, according to the new regulations released by the National Transport and Safety Authority. In a bold new move to tame the rising cases of road accident fatalities, passengers will be required to wear helmets while the vehicle is in motion, lack of which

Read more
Education Governance

“If Only we had 9 Months to Prepare for School Reopening” – Magoha

It was chaos as usual as schools reopened in Kenya following an extended Covid-19 break. Parents, teachers, students and the government were seen making last minutes efforts to get the education machine running once again. Teachers were looking for notes, parents were desperately seeking for loans to pay school fees, and students were on the

Read more
Governance

Mombasa County Hurriedly Recruiting Anybody Who Ever Watched Grey’s Anatomy

After firing most of the doctors and with the few remaining going on strike, Mombasa County has taken desperate measures to curb the health crisis that has rocked the Covid-ravaged County. County executives were seen desperately trying to recruit anybody who has ever watched Grey’s Anatomy to help deal with the crisis, with only qualification

Read more
Governance

Kenya Reports Zero New Covid-19 Cases in line with the Government’s New Year Resolution

Kenya has today reported 0 new Covid-19 cases out of total of 8,391 samples that were tested in the last 24 years, bringing the total number of cases to the same number it was in 2020. This is in line with the government’s New Year Resolution that there will be no new Covid-19 cases in

Read more
Governance

Uhuru Admits that He Does Not Remember Ever Talking About the Big Four Agenda

President Uhuru Kenyatta has denied claims that he has some four agendas that his government is focusing on, terming the suggestion outrageous and saying that his government is keen on all the agendas of the nation. Speaking shortly during the launch of BBI signature collection, President Kenyatta said that there were misleading media reports claiming

Read more
Governance Social

KRA to Start Taxing all Dowry Payments from 2022

The taxman in Kenya is on steroids and this time round, no coin will be left unturned. Starting January 2022, Kenya Revenue Authority will start taxing all dowry payments in an attempt to check the budget deficit that has been widened by the runaway corruption in Kenya. This is also in line with the government’s

Read more
Governance

Government Pleads with Dennis Okari to end the Second Wave of Covid-19

Covid-19 has struck back with a lethal strategy in Kenya – sparing no one and showing no mercy. Just as we had warned you, the virus chose to wait until we are all tired of social distancing and keeping clean. It waited for our politicians to get tired of acting concerned, and also for Kenyans

Read more
Governance

Home Guards seven times more successful Today than Mau Mau Fighters

A study done over a 50 year period involving 3000 Mau fighters and home guards has shown that home guards and their descendants are seven times more successful than Mau Mau fighters. The findings which are obvious to everyone who can count shows that while the Mau Mau paid the ultimate price fighting for independence,

Read more
Governance International

Britain Considering Recolonization of Nigeria after 60 Years of Failed Independence

Nigeria could be handed back to its colonial masters – the British – after 60 years of independence failed to produce anything more than jollof and a unhealthy obsession with North America. In what would be the first case of a country losing independence because they were better off without it, Britain is considering resuming

Read more