Leaders assure Garissa TTC students over security concerns

on Saturday, 23 May 2015.

 Leaders assure Garissa TTC students over security concerns

Garissa County government officials Thursday evening went to Garissa Teachers Training College to assure students of their security.The county security team headed by the newly appointed Garissa county commissioner James Kianda and education officials, led by the county education director Mr Adhan Sheikh, visited the institution to assure the students who have been living in fear of their security.

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Budget hands State firms Sh558bn

on Thursday, 21 May 2015.

Budget hands State firms Sh558bn

State corporations were allocated Sh558 billion in the next budget without an explanation by the Treasury how to spend the cash.This comes even as parastatal reforms appear to have stalled, with the Government Owned Entities Bill stuck somewhere between Cabinet and Parliament.

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More study time as solar power lights up manyattas in Kajiado

on Saturday, 23 May 2015.

More study time as solar power lights up manyattas in Kajiado

Dorcas Seneta and her sister Ann Saning’o are having less trouble with their teachers at Eroret Primary School.For several years now, the sisters have had to fetch loads of firewood to light up their hut after supper to do their home work. But the flickering light of the fire is not good enough, forcing them to abandon their work and wait for daybreakto finish the work.

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Waiguru feted for her role in steering devolution

on Saturday, 23 May 2015.

Waiguru feted for her role in steering devolution

Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru has been awarded by an international business organisation for spearheading Kenya’s transition to a devolved system of government.In awarding the Devolution and Planning CS, the Middle East Africa Business Council (MEAFRIC) noted that Africa and “interested investors’’ recognised the unique challenges and opportunities that the new devolved system of government presented.

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Young nun’s long journey to Africa that ended in honour

on Saturday, 23 May 2015.

Young nun’s long journey to Africa that ended in honour

The beatification of Sister Irene Stefani, popularly known as Nyaatha (mother full of mercy) is the culmination of 30 years of thorough investigation and expansive research covering Africa and Europe.

It is also the first ever such event on African soil and an experience of once in the lifetime of a Christian, if ever at all.

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