Street Families Trust Fund Board holds Public participation in Nakuru on policy document

The National Government through Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund in partnership with stakeholders is developing a national policy document to help address the challenges of street families in the country. The document once finalized will help address the numerous gaps in terms of policy and legal framework, knowledge, culture and change of mindset as well as gaps in coordination and management of street families. According to the Acting CEO Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund Ms Caroline Towett, since establishment in 2003 through a gazette notice 1558 there has never been…

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Government launches internship program for youths

The process of filling 3600 advertised internship opportunities in government ministries, agencies and boards has been launched. Speaking on Tuesday during the launch at the Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology in Nakuru, Public Service Commission Commissioner General Dr. Reuben Chirchir revealed that the commission was overwhelmed by high number of youths adding up to 18,000 who applied for the limited positions and only 8,000 youths were shortlisted for the interviews. “There is overwhelming number of youths who applied but unfortunately only 8,000 were shortlisted for the interviews” he…

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Meet Kenyatta- a 6 mins actor in Film ‘Sanders of the River’

A mention of the film Sanders of the River brings to memories Mzee Jomo Kenyatta as an actor in the film.Many have never known that the First President of Republic Of Kenya Mzee Jomo Kenyatta took part as an actor in the film. But the truth is that indeed Mzee Jomo Kenyatta took part in the film Sanders of the River (1935) and had a bit part in this movie as a tribal chief. According to Owaahh publication, it was a 6-minute role Mzee never talked about, and with good…

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Activisit now want Founding fathers’ spirits to intervene in ongoing political stalemate in Kenya

A Nakuru based activist is now calling on President Uhuru Kenyatta and Nasa leader Raila Odinga to put down their pride and political interest and agree to dialogue in order to save the country from the ongoing political stalemate. Moses Gitonga from National Citizen Engagement Forum says Kenya is sovereign state and the two leaders must now listen to the voice of all stakeholders. The activist was categorical that if the two leaders cannot sit down to solve the political stalemate then there is need for the spirits of the…

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