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UHURU SIGNS TRAFFIC BILL

The national transport and safety authority has now been given the mandate to check and take safety measures on vehicles that will be found to be unroadworthy. Speaking after implantation of the traffic act, President Kenyatta said the rule will help to maintain sanity on roads following the upsurge of road accidents in recent years.

EDUCATION CS, QUESTIONED OVER CORRUPTION
  Education Cabinet secretary professor George Magoha has been questioned by the auditor General Nancy Gathungu over Ksh 1.9 billion. The A.G questioned on how the money was spent saying some money might have been squandered as not all primary and secondary schools received the 70 desks and 50 lockers.
KENYANS SET TO BENEFIT FROM FREE SOLAR POWER INSTALLATIONS
   About 1.3 million Kenyans are set to benefit from free solar panels installation program after the government through world bank agreed to install for them free solar panels.
   The 1.3 million people from 65000 families are from Mandera, Wajir, Garrissa, Tana River, Lamu, Kilifi, Kwale, Taita Taveta and Narok counties.
BY:CORNELIOUS WANJOYA

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