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BY ODHIAMBO JERAMEEL KEVINS OWUOR Worth Noting: The word ‘madoadoa’ has been in the past used in political hotspots of Molo, Mt Elgon, Nakuru, Naivasha and dominantly during the 2007 post-election violence to target persons who are not from the dominant tribe ostensibly because they don’t support the leader of the tribe. In 1992 the …

GOOD DEEDS GALORE IN THIS SEASON OF GOODWILL Worth Noting: Over the past two years, the Foundation has raised funds through raffles, auctions of donated gifts, and cash donations from well-wishers among the diaspora and local Britons. A grand Gala event was organised on 4 December at the 4-star Aubrey Park Hotel, in Hempstead Road, …

By: Elijah Maingi Worth Noting: “Take notice that the Authority has commenced regulatory actions against the following listed broadcasters and applicants of broadcasting service provisioning licenses for failure to comply with the relevant requirements as provided for in the Act,” said Chiloba. “In accordance with Section 46C of the Kenya Information and Communications Act, 1998, …

PSCU Worth Noting: On NFDK’s achievements over the years, the President commended the fund for giving hope to millions of Kenyans with disabilities through its various programmes. “In word and in deed, the fund has aided in giving voice to a once-neglected part of our society. The fund has made visible those who were too …

By: PSCU Worth Noting: The Head of State said he was confident that the housing project will be fast-tracked and completed on schedule and within budget, saying the project is part of the fulfilment of the affordable housing pillar of the Big 4 Agenda. “I am confident that this project will be implemented according to …

By: PSCU Worth Noting: “When the Open Government Partnership was launched ten years ago, the goal was to renew democracy for and with citizens. This is critical because when our citizens demand progress and service, it is our duty as heads of states and government to respond in practical and concrete ways,” President Kenyatta said. …

Worth Noting; Mr Janak warned politicians against harassing journalists or denying them their rights to inform the public. “We have received cases where various politicians through their sycophants harass or beat journalists while in their line of duty. We are not going to allow this to happen anymore,” Janak said. Additionally Janak castigated attempts of …

By: Yvonne Atieno  @MountKenyaTimes Worth Noting: Noorani through lawyers Danstan Omari and Shadrack Wambui argues that since he launched his complaint with the DCI who forwarded it to DPP, but the latter had failed to take any competent action, or give direction to offenses committed by the borrower. Instead, he says, the DPP proceeded to …

By: Kimathi Nduru @mountkenyatimes Worth Noting: “If you look at the constitution, there is no provision that says the President must swear in the judges. This are conventions that exist from the old constitution in terms of relationship between the three arms of government,” he added. According to him, the Constitution is only clear that …

By: Kamande Muchiri @mountkenyatimes Worth Noting: “This period has underscored the importance of a collaborative approach. It is important that this momentum is maintained,” she added. The Strategic Plan recognises that all agencies in the justice sector have distinct mandates and underscores that the justice chain can only operate at optimum efficiency and effectiveness through …