on Thursday, 26 February 2015.


The fate of Budalangi Member of Parliament Ababu Namwamba on the leadership at the parliamentary watchdog committee on public accounts could come to an end if a majority of committee members chose to have a change of guard. Already fifteen committee members among them three ODM Members of Parliament have signed a petition to have Namwamba dethrone over claims of mistrust, bribery and misuse of public office.


on Thursday, 26 February 2015.

Proposed Inspector General of police Joshua Boinet to be vetted today by members from both the national parliament and the senate to check on his ability to serve effectively. Earlier on Kenyans were expected to give their views concerning his selection as the Inspector General. Boinet will be taking over David Kimaiyo’s position. David Kimaiyo is a former Police Inspector general and resigned due to his personal reasons.


on Wednesday, 18 February 2015.

Faith Nafuna Wanyonyi a 10 year old from nzoia area Bungoma County fell into a newly dug pit latrine when in school way back in 2012 and broke both of her legs.

According to her mother, Peninah Nasimiyu Mwanga, she has been to different hospitals and was recently hospitalized at the Kitale District Hospital for about six months and left due to high hospital bills which she could not settle. All of her efforts bore no fruit and now young Faith has developed cancer. One of her infected legs is supposed to be cut off before the virus spreads to the other parts of the body. The operation is to be undertaken at Kijabe Mission Hospital.

However she cannot undergo the operation since her parent cannot raise the amount required. Faith and her family are now pleading with well wishers to help her raise funds to enable her undergo a successful operation and save her life.

Any willing well wishers to send their donations via 0715 205 611


on Thursday, 26 February 2015.

Kiminini member of Parliament Mr. Chris Wamalwa now wants Trans-Nzoia county director of Teachers service commission Sammy Marigat to reshuffle primary school teachers. Dr. Wamalwa blamed staff who have overstayed in stations for poor Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results. He said this at an Education forum for heads held in Kitale giving an example of a school he visited and found a teacher drunk and others absent. He therefore remarked that absenteeism and drunkenness among teachers are the contributing factors towards poor results. Meanwhile St. Anthony’s Boys High School principal Cosmas Nabungolo urged teachers to embrace teamwork for good results.

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