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Anyone interfering with the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) in Naivasha will be charged with economic sabotage whose sentence is life imprisonment, Rift Valley Regional Commissioner ...
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Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu will repeal the county’s laws on alcohol and introduce stringent measures to control drug and substance abuse. In his first address to the new ...
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All protected areas will be declared plastic free in due course, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources has announced. Environment Cabinet Secretary Judy Wakhungu today said that ...
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First Lady Margaret Kenyatta won the hearts of many women in West Pokot when she made a surprise visit to a rural village in Kapenguria where she freely ...
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(PSCU) — President Uhuru Kenyatta today urged county governments to settle down quickly and embark on fulfilling their mandates to serve Kenyans. The President called on the county ...
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The ongoing SGR project, drilling of geothermal in Olkaria and the Suswa power station will positively change the lives of members of the Maasai community once complete. The ...
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The Kenya government in collaboration with the Africa Development Bank (AfDB) have signed an agreement of Sh. 51.3 billion to supply piped water and sanitation services to 33 ...
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Thousands  of children living with disability from across the country received a major lifeline today when  an outreach project was rolled out to offer a raft of solutions for their congenital ...
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National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) is calling for complementary support from County Governments in its bid to mop-up millions of tons of plastic waste. NEMA made the appeal ...
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Government has seized over a tonne of plastic bags so far in Migori county since the ban took effect. Major plastic bags users like supermarkets and wholesalers were ...
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