Governance International

Black Tax Evasion now a Crime in Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso has become the first country in the world to criminalize black tax evasion. President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré signed the new bill into law, which will see every eligible person paying their fair share of black tax. The law will also ensure that there is minimal black tax avoidance. The black tax law […]


Kagwe Threatens to Forcefully Vaccinate all Kenyans by Drone Strike

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has threatened to vaccinate all Kenyans through drone strikes if Kenyans do not take his vaccination threats seriously. Speaking after Kenyans failed to heed the government’s vaccine mandate, Kagwe said that it was time that drones armed with vaccine launchers were dispatched for mass vaccination in all parts of Kenya, starting […]


NHIF to Pay for Self-Medication

The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) will soon start paying for your favorite form of healthcare – self-medication. In a major win for the people, NHIF will compensate you for using traditional forms of medical care instead of rushing to the hospital anytime you have a common cold or a strange pain that you are […]


EPRA to Regulate Cooking Oil Prices

The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) will from next month start regulating the price of cooking oil in Kenya. Following 12 months of rise in price of cooking oil, EPRA wants to regulate the price of the same to ensure that Kenyans are not over exploited by the cartels, considering that 2022 is an […]


Ngilu Launches Mandatory Swimming Lessons for all Kitui Residents

Kitui County Governor Charity Ngilu has launched mandatory swimming lessons for all the Kitui County residents in an attempt to protect them from current and future rainy seasons. Speaking after a deadly accident killed more than 20 people when a bus plunged into river Enziu in Nguni, Ngilu said that the rainy season had become […]


Uhuru Hands Over IEBC to the Salvation Army

The militarization of Kenya has moved up a gear after President Uhuru Kenyatta ordered the transfer of IEBC to the Salvation Army. Following the trends in Nairobi Metropolitan Services, Kenya Meat Commission, Kenya Prisons, Ministry of Energy and others, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission will directly be under the control of the Salvation Army, […]


Society of Idiots Grants Mutahi Kagwe a Category 6 Status

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has earned himself international recognition after the revered Society of Idiots (SoI) granted him a category 6 status, joining a group of select world leaders who have earned the coveted title. Kagwe, who heads Kenya’s health docket and has steered the country through the Covid-19 pandemic by sheer luck and guesswork […]


JSC Raises Minimum Bribe in the Judiciary to 1 billion

The Judicial Service Commission of Kenya has raised the bribe floor in the Judiciary to KShs 1 billion following an abuse of justice by allowing small bribe amounts. Responding to an expose by former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, JSC said that it is unfortunate that judges were accepting bribes as low as KShs 100 million, […]


Michuki Memorial Park to be Converted into a Slum for UoN Students

Plans are underway to convert the Michuki Memorial Park into a slum that will offer affordable housing to students from the neighboring University of Nairobi. According to a design by the University’s School of Built Environment, the Park will host more than 16,000 shanties that can potentially host 48,000 students, bringing the much-needed accommodation to […]


“Offshore Account is a Hedge Against State Collapse” – Uhuru

President Uhuru Kenyatta, also known as client 13173, has admitted that the small amount of money he stashed in an offshore account was to help his family survive just in case Kenya went the Somalia or South Sudan way. After calling for an audit of all the offshore accounts, Kenyatta said that every Kenyan needs […]