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July 22, 2017

Seven police officers promoted in Nakuru East ahead of polls

Seven police officers in Nakuru East have been promoted from police constables to Corporals, corporals to sergeants and sergeants to senior sergeants. Addressing media on Friday morning in his office,Nakuru county deputy commandant of the Administration police Superintendent Barnabas Kimutai said this was one way of intensifying security operations in the county ahead of the


Allocate more funds towards climate change mitigation,counties told

There is need for counties to increase budgetary allocation in order to address challenges that come with climate change. Addressing media in Gilgil,Nakuru County last weekend during a consultative workshop that brought together staff from the county government of Laikipia,Groots Kenya-NGO,representatives from British army and international partners,the Director Groots Kenya Fridah Githuku said rising temperatures,Flash

Politics & Current Affairs

Vote-a-Dada program benefits Nakuru women candidates

Women vying for various seats in Nakuru have received a major boost after a two-day caravan around the county encouraging voters to elect women in the forthcoming elections through the vote-a-dada. The program dubbed “Vote-a-Dada” is a partnership between Oxfam, Fida Kenya and Youth agenda. According to the Nakuru County Program Coordinator Ms Jackeline Chebet,

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Nakuru East DCC to lead in Peace Walk

Nakuru Town East will today, Saturday 15th July, hold a Peace Walk to sensitise people on the importance of maintaining peace during the electoral period. The walk is also meant to encourage politicians to engage in peaceful campaigns.   The walk is a culmination of deliberations that have been taking place between the office of


County Government of Bomet in court to stop execution attachment of property by auctioneers

County Government of Bomet have moved to labor and employment relations court in Nakuru to block the attachment of their property by auctioneers over deductions of Sh4.6m damages award d by court to two suspended employees. The county through Lawyer Rogers Mugumya told justice Stephen Radido that the county complied with the judgment awarding Sh8million

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Avoid drugs to succeed, Mututho tells youths

Independent Gubernatorial candidsate Hon. John Mututho has challenged young people to emulate fallen heroes Joseph Nkaissery, GG Kariuki and Nichalas Biwott if they are to make history as having made great contributions to the nation. Speaking in Nakuru, the former Nacada Chair John Mututho said youths can only succeed if they desist from drug and