How lacuna in law is aiding misuse of billions under emergency expenditure

Nairobi, Feb. 28 -- Auditor General Nancy Gathungu has decried how Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) misuse provisions of Article 223 of the constitution to withdraw billions of taxpayers' ... Read More

Inside William Ruto's fresh plot to capture hearts and minds of hustlers

Nairobi, Feb. 25 -- President William Ruto has hatched a plan to go back to the 'hustlers', a group that that propelled him to the presidency in 2022, but who surveys now say are the most disillusione... Read More

Emergency spending? Audit report reveals how Uhuru, Ruto 'wasted' taxpayers' Sh147bn

Nairobi, Feb. 24 -- A special audit report on the decade reign of the Jubilee government under former President Uhuru Kenyatta and his then deputy William Ruto has lifted the lid on how the Executive ... Read More

Relief food billionaires? Questions over Sh21bn expenditure meant to feed starving Kenyans

Nairobi, Feb. 22 -- At least Sh21 billion meant to buy relief food during the famine in the last three years cannot be accounted for. Auditor General Nancy Gathungu has lifted the lid on how the said... Read More

Why Knut wants teachers' pension handled by TSC and not Treasury

Nairobi, Feb. 21 -- The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) has called for an amendment to the Pensions Act to shift the handling of pensions from the National Treasury to the employer. The union... Read More

Shape up or ship out, Wetang'ula warns 'lazy' committee

Nairobi, Feb. 21 -- A year-long backlog of petitions from Kenyans to Parliament has put members of the Petitions Committee in the firing line for the second time. Speaker Moses Wetang'ula has called ... Read More

US to spend Sh13m to train 131 Kenyan students in entrepreneurship, technology

Nairobi, Feb. 3 -- A total of 131 students at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology will benefit from a partnership between the United States government and the institution to imp... Read More

What professionals want changed in Ruto's housing levy

Nairobi, Jan. 31 -- The Affordable Housing Bill, 2023 continues to face opposition from stakeholders. This is after five organisations, including the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (ICPAK)... Read More

Court refuses to extend life of 1,000 laws creating 200 State agencies

Nairobi, Jan. 28 -- At least 200 State entities, including key parastatals, are now operating in limbo after the law that created them expired this week and the Court of Appeal rejected an application... Read More

Hustlers want President Ruto's affordable housing rent lowered

Nairobi, Jan. 25 -- Reduction on the rent payable, building of social amenities and reservation of 10 per cent of the affordable houses ranked top among concerns that stakeholders from the informal se... Read More