• Sun. Aug 9th, 2020

Beatrice Muthoni

  • Home
  • PK FLIPS TO THE NEUTRAL ZONE

PK FLIPS TO THE NEUTRAL ZONE

President uhuru kenyatta and ODM party leader Raila Odinga have set a committee to make sure that the revenue sharing debate has been settled by next week by the senate,…

Theft syndicate behind Covid-19 cash exposed

The senate has asked the auditor general to undertake a special audit on what they are saying that some funds given to the county government concerning covid-19 prevention and management…

MORE COVID-19 CASES & DEATHS EXPECTED IN KENYA

Just as Kenya is at the peak of covid-19, the country is about to face serious health crisis as nurses and health workers threaten to strike on Monday. A research…

WILL CONCLUSION BE MADE ON REVENUE SHARING?

Yesterday in the afternoon the senate had a meeting where many Kenyans were waiting eagerly to know and to hear what the conclusion on the revenue sharing could be. Unfortunately,…

MUTHURI UMWE KUURAGA MWARI NI GUKOMA NJA.

Muthuri umwe niahurite mwana wake wa muiritu nginyagia kumuuraga nitondu wa gukoma kwa mwendwa wake mwena wa Kisumu,nyang,oma gicari gia Keti. Mware wa nyina na mutigaire nake arerikana nikuhonia arahionia…

MURATHE THREATENS THREE JUBILEE SENATORS

The revenue allocation formula has ignited mixed reaction in the senate. Recently a group of senators from the jubilee faction have opposed the proposed revenue allocation bill. The jubilee Vice…

COULD THIS BE THE END OF PRIMARY BOARDING SCHOOLS?

In the beginning of January 2019, the government was set to abolish boarding primary schools in the then new proposed education curriculum. A taskforce appointed by the Ministry of Education…

SMEs TO BENEFIT GREATLY

According to the Free Trade Agreement that is currently being negotiated between the government of Kenya and United States it states that Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) will be the…

COVID-19 Pandemic Updates

The outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic and the virus has now spread to many countries and territories. While a lot is still unknown about the virus that causes COVID-19, we do know that it is transmitted through direct contact with respiratory droplets of an infected person (generated through coughing and sneezing) Individuals can also be infected from touching surfaces contaminated with the virus and touching their face (e.g., eyes, nose, mouth). While COVID-19 continues to spread it is important that communities take action to prevent further transmission, reduce the impacts of the outbreak and support control measures.