Governance Politics

Uhuru: ‘Corruption is a Devolved Function’

The death of the war on corruption in Kenya has come sooner than expected after the government announced that only county governments have powers and the mandate to deal in and with corruption. Shocking as it might sound, President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated that corruption is a devolved function and that the National Government has

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Economics

CBK Warns Traders Against Receiving Payments in form of Exposure

The Central Bank of Kenya is now warning traders that exposure is not a legal tender and may not be accepted universally as a form of payment. This comes after the number of young people who have been insisting that they can pay in form of exposure at the supermarkets and shops increased gradually. This

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Governance

Kenya Police to Introduce Unpaid Internships

The Kenya Police has announced plans to offer internships to people interested in becoming police officers so that they can test the waters before committing to a full-time career as police officers. The one year program will see Kenyan youths work as police officers for up to one year after undergoing a two week crash

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Education

Secondary School Students to Receive Monthly Allowances

The Government of Kenya will soon start paying high school students for simply being in high schools! Secondary school students in Kenya will start receiving monthly allowances as the Ministry of Education comes up with innovative ways to instill money skills and also deal with the long absence from schools as a result of Covid-19.

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Economics Governance

Broke GoK Banking on Senate’s Stalemate on Revenue Sharing Formula

We are not saying that it is a crime to be broke, but the Government of Kenya currently has only 27 bob on M-PESA, an Mshwari loan that is overdue, 202 shillings at the treasury and 19 missed calls from China. We know that you are also in the same boat. We are all together

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Politics

Government Planning to Reduce Corruption by 50%

The government of Kenya has come up with an ambitious plan to reduce the amount money lost to corruption by 50%. The new initiative will see the government scale down on corruption and switch to the less lucrative activity of taking care of the welfare of the citizens. This marks a major policy shift where

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Politics

Ten Key Points from Uhuru’s Speech

The president has spoken. As usual, nobody knows for sure what he said because that is how it is meant to be (Relax, it is not because you are stupid). That is why PostaMate breaks it down for you. KeyWords Deescalation, Pandemic, experts, fellow Kenyans, unprecedented, Surge, However, normally, alcohol, 21 days, responsibility, Important Points

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Politics

Sonko: Preexisting Cannabis Made Me Sign the Nairobi Deal

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko is now blaming a preexisting condition that made him surrender the city to Uhuru Kenyatta. After some soul searching, the clown governor of Nairobi has realized that it was the marijuana that he smoked many years ago that influenced his decision and now he regrets both the signing and the too

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Governance

Uhuru: “Otieno’s Bed is too Cheap for Government Use”

The Office of the President has defended a decision to ignore a local artisan manufacturing hospital beds in Juja, citing the low prices that the artisan was offering. Following social media outcry that Meshack Otieno was sidelined because his second name starts with a small letter instead of a capital letter, the office of the

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